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Job | Full Time

Skills Coach General, with mobile duties (Fixed Term to 31/03/2019)

Action Mental Health

£21,210-£23,735
Newtownards
Job | Part Time

Skills Coach IT (Job Share)

Action Mental Health

£21,210-£23,735 (pro-rata)
Belfast
Job | Temporary

Social Care Administrator

Camphill Community Glencraig

£17908 per annum pro rata based on a 40 hour week
Holywood
Job | Full Time

Skills Coach IT & Business Administration

Action Mental Health

£21,210-£23,735
Antrim
Job | Full Time

Youth Outreach Mentor - Lower North Belfast/Newtownabbey

Ashton Community Trust

£24,799
Belfast
little boy paints older disabled womans face at street party  held as part of The Big Lunch
News

Eden Project Communities

The Big Lunch is a day to celebrate community, and to mark the 10th year its giving away presents to help you get the party started anywhere you want. Join in 1-2 June and take time to talk.
Job | Full Time

Receptionist Administrator

Corrymeela Community

Ballycastle
Job | Part Time

Refuge Worker (21 hours per week)

North Down & Ards Women's Aid

£17,333 pro rata, Actual £9,838.92, £9.01 per hour
Bangor
Job | Full Time

Evidence and Impact Lead

Inspire

£26,954 - £34,702 per annum
Belfast
Job | Part Time

Floating Support Worker (20hours per week)

North Down & Ards Women's Aid

 £17,333 per annum pro rata (£9,370.40 per annum - 20 hrs p/w, £9.01 per hour)
Bangor
Event
Training/Advice Workshop

Association for Real Change NI

The aim of this course is to equip managers and team leaders with effective skills and knowledge for managing and communicating change to their staff. It will provide clear insights on how to effectively motivate people through organisational change.
Belfast
Nov 13 2019
Event
Training/Advice Workshop

Association for Real Change NI

Practitioners working within any health and social care settings, can be required to write statements and reports in relation to adverse incidents or accidents or in reply to complaints. Knowledge of good practice in relation to completion of these key legal documents is very important for every grade of staff.
Belfast
Mar 24 2020
Job | Part Time

Family Support Worker

Sense

Circa £19,512 per annum, pro rata
Newtownabbey
Job | Temporary

Trainee Assistant Youth Support Worker

St Mary's Youth Club

JNC Point 2 £8.4208ph
Derry
Event
Training/Advice Workshop

Association for Real Change NI

Record keeping and Documentation is an essential part of every practitioner`s role within health & social care settings. Accurate and comprehensive record keeping is vital in the provision of safe and effective care to every client.
Belfast
Jan 22 2020
Event
Training/Advice Workshop

Association for Real Change NI

One of the most frequent challenges in any health and social care setting is when a complaint is received about that service. Complaints should be treated with a positive approach and after careful investigation, any learning should be shared with everyone in that service, as appropriate.
Belfast
Nov 14 2019
Student placement

Trainee Youth Support Worker

Ashton Community Trust

BT14 8LB
Belfast
Job | Full Time

Night Duty Support Worker, West Belfast

Autism Initiatives

Newtownbreda
Job | Part Time

Events Coordinator, Young at Art Events

Young at Art

£18-20k pro rata (based on experience)
Belfast
Job | Full Time

Support Workers, West Belfast

Autism Initiatives

Newtownbreda

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