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Talent Match Job Vacancy: Team Leader (Lichfield based)

Fri 15 Apr 2016

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Talent Match have a vacancy for a Team Leader based in Lichfield.

Hours: 37 hours per week

Salary: £26,000

Main base: Mansell House, Lichfield

If you have experience of leading an enthusiastic team of staff and volunteers, including achieving targets and you are committed to helping young people aged 18-24 years in overcoming multiple barriers to find paid employment, then this could be the job for you.

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Curborough Community Centre: What's On April - June 2016

Wed 13 Apr 2016

Curborough Community Centre has released a What's On schedule for April to June 2016. (Please see the attached schedule.)

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Staffordshire Women's Aid Feature in Countryfile's Article on Domestic Violence in Rural Areas

Wed 13 Apr 2016

Dickie James, the Chief Executive of Staffordshire Womens Aid, featured on Countryfile on Sunday 10 April in an excellent piece on domestic violence in rural areas, following the recent Archers storyline.

You can watch the episode here (item starts at 7.50 minutes and 27.55 minutes).

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Relate Shropshire & North Staffordshire - Projects Officer Vacancy

Tue 12 Apr 2016

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Announcement from Relate:-

We have a vacancy for a Projects Officer.

35 hours per week, flexible working hours, based in Shrewsbury.

£17,290 p.a. fixed term 1 year.

We’re looking for someone with strong organisational and administrative skills – project management skills would be a bonus – to provide project support for the implementation of a Local Sustainability Fund business change plan, and contracts administration support for our counselling and training services contracts.

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Relate - Administrative Vacancies in Hanley & Shrewsbury

Tue 12 Apr 2016

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Relate in Shropshire and North Staffordshire are looking to fill Administrative vacancies in two office locations – Hanley and Shrewsbury.

The roles will support all centre operations encompassing administrative tasks as well as answering the phone and booking appointments and providing reception cover for client appointments.

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SNSCAB Survey to Assist Resettlement of Syrian Refugees in Staffordshire

Mon 11 Apr 2016

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Announcement from Staffordshire North and Stoke-on-Trent Citizens Advice Bureaux (SNSCAB)

Resettlement of Syrian Refugees in Staffordshire

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NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme Update

Mon 11 Apr 2016

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Update from NHS DPP Director, Dr Jim O’Brien

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Change of Venue for The Stafford Monthly Alzheimer's Support Meeting (MASE) Group

Mon 11 Apr 2016

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The Stafford Monthly Alzheimer's Support Meeting (MASE) Group are changing venue starting from Monday 25 April 2016. Their new address will be Castlefields Church Hall, Newport Road, Stafford, ST16 1DP.

This is an evening for Carers, and those cared for with Alzheimer's/Dementia, to come along and meet others who are in a similar situation.

The MASE Groups help Carers to talk openly about the illness, build up vital networks of support, and enables them to form their own friendship groups outside of the MASE which helps to reduce social isolation.

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Healthwatch Staffordshire Newsletter - March 2016

Mon 11 Apr 2016

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Read what Healthwatch Staffordshire have been doing these last few weeks via the latest edition of their newsletter.

Included in this issue are an article and pictures from their engagement activities, volunteer recruitments, Careers Hubs surveys and much more.  

The newsletter is attached below or you can read it here.

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Quotes Welcome for Positive Futures Coach Service, East Staffordshire FIP

Mon 11 Apr 2016

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Announcement from Staffordshire County Council

An opportunity has arisen that you may be interested in to quote to provide the following service:

Positive Futures Coach Service, East Staffordshire FIP

Rationale.

The National Evaluation of Troubled Families identifies FIP teams as being as strength in turning around vulnerable families and being key in ensuring that change is sustainable, in the Staffordshire BRFC model.

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