Strategic Lead – Health Inequalities We are seeking to recruit an individual with knowledge and skills in health and care: to help us embed moving more into wider health and care pathways supporting the Integrated Care Partnership Strategy.  Hours: 37 hours per week Salary: NJC Point 30 -37, Band F, £38,223 – £45,441 p.a. pro rata (salary to be at entry level except for exceptional circumstances) Contract: Fixed term until 31 March 2025 (potential for extension subject to funding and open to flexible working arrangements e.g. secondments, job share, etc). Full Details

Resources Coordinator Location: Hybrid United Kingdom (multiple locations)
Edinburgh, Salford, Cardiff, Belfast, London
Contract: Full time, 5 days a week. Permanent
Salary: £28,000 – £35,500 per annum plus benefits Our client is the UK’s leading charity for film in education and the community. They provide screen industry careers information and advice, support young filmmakers and bring the power of moving image storytelling into classroom teaching. Full details

CEO This is an exciting opportunity for a values-led and dynamic leader to join the team as CEO and guide the organisation towards fulfilling its mission and making a positive impact on the mental health and well-being of our community. Salary: £57,000 to £62,000 per annum – dependent on experience Hours: 37.5 hours per week Location: Manchester (opportunities for hybrid working after an initial embedding period) Closing date: 03-05-2024 Full Details

Projects and Partnerships Manager Location London or Bolton/Hybrid (2 days a week in the London or Bolton office) Salary£39000 – £44000 Per Annum Closing date13 May 2024 We are looking for a Projects and Partnerships Manager to join the team in this exciting role, working with a network of youth charities, where no two days are the same. Full Details

Position: Community Empowerment and Collaborations Lead Hours:  Part Time 28 hours per week Contract:  2 Year Fixed Term Salary: £35,411 pro rata 28 hours At Irish Community Care people matter. We work with communities to build strength and resilience, nourish independence, break down barriers and change lives. We are recruiting a dynamic individual with a track record of community empowerment, leading collaborations, influencing policy and effecting change For informal discussion, contact Breege McDaid or Win Lawlor: 0151 237 3987 For an application pack, please contact