3FF's Internship Programme is designed to give plenty of valuable skills and experience by working closely with one of 3FF's teams.
Interns work alongside 3FF's dedicated staff members at the Kentish Town offices on one of their many projects. Interns play an active role in the organisation and are given the the opportunity to become involved in all aspects of the work, from organising workshops and events, facilitating the arts activities, to helping run leadership programme.
To find out more about the experience and skills interns can expect to gain from the programme, go here.
3FF are now recruiting for internships starting 23 September 2014. The deadline for applications is 9am on 9 September 2014. Shortlisted candidates will be invited to attend an assessment day on 16 September 2014.
More info here: http://www.3ff.org.uk/internships/apply.php
The Feast is looking for an experienced and motivated individual to join our charity, to manage and develop the delivery of our youthwork nationally.
The purpose of the role is to manage and develop the delivery of The Feast’s distinct approach to youthwork in each of our UK locations.
We are seeking an experienced and dynamic candidate who will:
join the leadership team of The Feast;
supervise our team of youthworkers;
lead on the expansion of our training initiatives and resources;
explore ways to enhance our service to schools.
The position is full time (37.5 hours/week), based at our Sparkhill office in Birmingham, with regular travel to regional locations.
More information on The Feast and the role, including a Job Description and Person Specification can be downloaded here.
To apply, please send a CV and Covering Letter BY POST, to ‘FDM Vacancy, The Feast, The Faithful Neighbourhoods Centre, 10 Court Road, Sparkhill, Birmingham, B11 4LX’. Emailed applications will not be accepted.
The closing date for applications is 5pm Friday 5th September. Interviews for shortlisted applicants will be held on Monday 15th September.
With a theme of 'Doing the right thing' Locality's annual convention looks at how Community groups are in a stronger position than ever to create enterprising, vibrant places where people want to live. Attendees will get practical tips and a chance to meet others who are changing communities for the better.
Join the team at Community Matters – we are enthusiastic and committed to be the voice of grassroots community organisations and to delivering tools and services that help them to make a difference in their local communities.
Job Reference CM-CSM2014/07
Finance and Membership Officer (21 hours per week @ £13+ per hour)
Community Matters (The National Federation of Community Organisations) is seeking an experienced administrator to work on
Finance: invoice and payment processing, payroll
Accounts: keeping QuickBooks up to date, downloading reports and assisting with the annual accounts
Membership: applications and renewals and the Access membership database
This is a part time post (21 hours) and our preference is for the hours to be spread over 4 or 5 working days, but we will also consider equally candidates who prefer to work 3 full days.
The job is based at our London office at 12-20 Baron Street, London, N1 9LL, close to Angel tube station. Salary £14,400 for 21 hours or about £13.20 per hour (based on full time annual salary £24,000) plus 3% pension contribution.
The closing date for applications to reach us is Friday 15th August.
Interviews are planned for Friday 25th August. Please confirm your availability for interview on that day when applying.
Don’t forget to include details of two recent referees as requested on the application form.
An evening of dialogue and discussion with input from Francis Davis and Rabbi Natan Levy. Aimed at younger adults from Jewish and Christian backgrounds but open to all ages and all faiths and none too.
The Department for Communities and Local Government and Voluntary Sector Civil Protection Forum have been working together to develop a short guide for Local Resilience Forums and faith communities engaged in civil protection.
The Department of Psychosocial Studies at Birkbeck, University of London announces a new three-year postdoctoral position and a PhD studentship in Ethical Monotheism, funded by the Exilarch’s Foundation.
Running since 2005, the People’s Millions is an annual TV competition run by the Big Lottery Fund and ITV News which awards Lottery funding to community projects that improve the lives of local people.