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Support Staffordshire Job Vacancy: ESF Voluntary Sector Advisor

ESF Voluntary Sector Advisor

14 hours a week (2 days) – £22,000 pro rata

Main base Stafford.

If you are a highly organised individual with experience of providing advice and support on funding, performance management and effective record keeping to voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations, ideally specific to European funding, then this could be the job for you.

North Staffordshire Advice Partnership Network Meeting Re: Updates to Tax Credits & Universal Credit

The North Staffordshire Advice Partnership would like to invite you to a Network Meeting to discuss The Benefit Cap and the Two Child Limit for Tax Credits and Universal Credit.

Autumn 2016 - The benefit cap will reduce to £20,000 a year for families in North Staffordshire

April 2017 – There will be a two child limit for most families making new claims for Tax Credits or Universal Credit

They will be discussing who will be affected by these changes and how they can work together to help them.

Refugee Awareness Training Sessions 2016

Staffordshire North and Stoke Citizens Advice Bureau (SNSCAB) and Refugee Action are working in partnership to roll out a number of free training sessions to raise awareness of refugee issues and the Syrian Resettlement Programme. Sessions will be running from June until the end of September.

This invitation is open to all voluntary sector, community organisations and statutory agencies who come into contact with refugees during the course of their work or for anyone who wishes to broaden their knowledge on the rights and entitlements of refugees in the UK.

Chief Executive's Health Comment - June 2016

It’s been a while since I offered a health-related comment piece and in truth I still don’t have a lot of new news. There have been some changes at the health and care transformation team, but still no public, patient or VCSE opportunities to engage; and the Health and Wellbeing Board remains just out of touch. That said, with our new county council role about to kick off, I am hopeful of making some headway in both these key areas of engagement very soon.

The Library Service's Summer Reading Challenge & Reading Well Shelf Help

School Readiness:

Staffordshire Libraries is committed to ensuring that all young readers have the opportunity to become fluent and confident readers who enjoy and appreciate fiction. The Library Service supports this aim by participating in the annual national Summer Reading Challenge. This initiative encourages children aged 4-11 to read six books during the long summer holiday. There are incentives along the way and a certificate and medal for every child who completes the Challenge.