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Joseph Lappin Centre Manager

Merseyside Expanding Horizons is inviting applications for the post of:

Joseph Lappin Centre Manager

 

Funded in partnership between Liverpool City Council CRU Programme and DeafActive

We are looking for an experienced Project Manager to provide day-to-day Operational Management and Development of the Joseph Lappin Centre. This person will have experience of project management and development and be committed to work within and for the community to identify community needs, project development, and fundraising applications and maintain an up to date knowledge of funding available within this sector.

This is an exciting opportunity for an innovative and creative person who is able to create a shared vision with a variety of stakeholders and community members

Salary for the post will start at £23,000 pa

 

Post initially funded until end of March 2017

For a job pack please email joehemington@expandinghorizons.co.uk or phone 0151 330 0552.

Deadline for applications: Friday 5th August 2016

 

 

Merseyside Expanding Horizons is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

 

 

 

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Internship in NGO - Project Management

WITH THE SUPPORT AND SUPERVISION OF THEIR TUTOR, STUDENTS WILL BE IN CHARGE OF : -Planning, implementing and successfully achieving Project goals and policies for MEH - Conducting field research regarding design and implementation practices in the UK - Contacting members of the local community about upcoming events and services by telephone, email and post - Evaluating the local partner meetings - Coordinating of local events such as the monthly Community Makers Market -Representing the organisation at networking events -Advocacy: Planning and implementing activities in order to raise awareness of social issues THE IDEAL CANDIDATE WILL - Be professional, enthusiastic and enjoy working with a team - Be organised and detail oriented with great people skills - Have experience working with social media platforms and tools such as google docs, doodle, etc. - Have an Intermediate High Level in English - Have good IT skills - Have volunteering experience in the Third Sector STUDENTS WILL GAIN: - Key skills in Project Management: how to plan, coordinate, execute, finalise and evaluate projects. - Fund raising skills - Partnership building skills - To be a member of a team - To learn a diverse range of abilities from consultation to management and communication. - Improving development and implementation strategies in accordance with overall goals and objectives of the organisation and with the different European programmes - Reporting skills - Linguistic skills HOW WE SUPPORT STUDENTS: The unpaid internship will be supported through provision of the following items: - Transport : one bike (plus helmet and lock) and a monthly bus pass - Meals : Lunches and all meals and hotel during transnational project meeting Commitment : Minimum commitment: 3 months, 6 months+ preferred If you’re interested in an internship at MEH, please send your CV and covering letter to annabellan@expandinghorizons.co.uk MEH strives to be an equal opportunities employer. MEH is committed to equality of opportunity and to non-discrimination for all job applicants and employees, and we seek to ensure we achieve diversity in our workforce regardless of gender, race, religious beliefs, nationality, ethnic/national origin, sexual orientation, age, marital status or disability.
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2 Placement positions in NGO : 1. Project Management 2. Translation & Interpreting

Are you willing to gain a work experience in a multicultural and international context? Are you looking for an organisation where to carry out the internship envisaged by your University curriculum? 1. INTERNSHIP IN PROJECT MANAGEMENT With the support of the team, interns will gain key skills in Project Management and will improve their knowledge in : - Planning, coordinating, executing, finalising and evaluating projects. - Fund raising - Partnership building - Developing and implementing strategies in accordance with overall goals and objectives of the organisation and with the different European programmes - Reporting and accountancy 2. INTERNSHIP IN TRANSLATION (mostly French/English and English/French) With the support of the team, interns will gain key skills in Translation and will improve their knowledge in : - Translation and interpreting for NGOs - Cooperating with professionals coming from different countries (mostly French/English and English/French) and interpreting - layout, editing documents THE IDEAL CANDIDATE WILL - Be professional, enthusiastic and enjoy working with a team - Be organised and detail oriented with great people skills - Have experience working with social media platforms and tools such as google docs, doodle, etc. - Have an Intermediate High Level in English (and French for Translation placement) - Have good IT skills - Have volunteering experience in the Third Sector HOW WE SUPPORT STUDENTS The unpaid placement will be supported through the following items: - Transport : one bike (plus helmet and lock) and a monthly bus pass - Meals : Lunches and 3 meals + accommodation during transnational project meetings. Commitment : Minimum commitment: 3 months, 6 months+ preferred If you’re interested in an internship at MEH, please send your CV and covering letter to annabellan@expandinghorizons.co.uk MEH strives to be an equal opportunities employer. MEH is committed to equality of opportunity and to non-discrimination for all job applicants and employees, and we seek to ensure we achieve diversity in our workforce regardless of gender, race, religious beliefs, nationality, ethnic/national origin, sexual orientation, age, marital status or disability.
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EXPIRED - Tender opportunity - website design

We are seeking tenders for an expert in webdesign.

This is part of the project EQUIL, which is a two Year Erasmus+ project, focused  focused on the development of learning resources which support the professional development of  Employment practitioners/Educators in the field of mental health.

EQUIL will create training packages using a co-production model, where professionals and people with lived experience are equal partners in designing interventions and training.

The subcontractor will be an expert in web design to ensure an appropriate, informative and coordinated external web presence for the EQUIL Project which will also be a platform for the online learning resources and mentoring platform for Adult Educators. The main areas of the website will be available in all partner languages as will the online training resources A link to partner’s website home pages will be put on the home page site.

Other features of the website include: project summary, rationale, aims and objectives, partnership, work plan, project events, news, downloadable documents (dissemination material such as the project brochure and public deliverables), links, contacts, Q&As, guestbook.

Deadline : 06/07/2016

For more Information or a copy of the specification contact Anna Bellan at Expanding Horizons.

Tel : (+44 )  0151 330 0552

annabellan@expandinghorizons.co.uk

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Equil - 1st Newsletter

EQUIL - 1st Newsletter

 
EQUIL - Equality in Learning, which promotes the inclusion of people with mental health issue in labour market, is a project co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme - Key Action 2 Strategic partnerships for Adult Education. In the two years of project, partners will develop four training modules for practitioners with the aim to increase their skills for supporting people with mental health issue into work.
 
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