Reaching People is recruiting for a new Moneywise Plus Project Manager. Please see attached documents for full details. Application pack can also be requested by phone to 0116 2552071 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Closing date is noon, Tuesday 15th May 2018. Interviews on 18th May
LAMP are advertising 2 part-time Mental Health Advocate posts. 21 hrs p.w. Closing date 5pm Fri 11th May. Please see attached for details
Please find below details of a part-time office administrator vacancy at LAMP
If you wish to become a member of Reaching People and work with like-minded not-for-profit organisations in making a difference locally, please print off, complete and submit the form below.
The Bridge east-midlands,is advertising for two generic support workers for the Rutland Access Partnership in which they are partnered with Shire Homes and Citizens Advice Rutland. The full advert and job descriptions are shown below. Closing date 26th February 2018.
RAP Job Advert
Shama Womens Centre is hosting a Creative Minds Interfaith Happy Hour this Wednesday from 10.30 – 11.30am. There will be a range of activities taking place. For more details, please see the poster attached
- Reaching People wish you all a Happy, Healthy and fruitful 2018!
The following RP members are Currently recruiting. Details below:
Engagement Officer Job Ad
Closing Date: Fri 12th Jan
The Bridge East-Mids
Closing Date: Mon 15th Jan
The Michael Wood Centre will be putting on 30 wellbeing days between December 2017 and July 2018. Funded by Awards for All, we will offer skills-based classes, exercise classes, crafts and the chance to learn new things, as well as providing a warm and welcoming place to have coffee or pop in for a light lunch.
The project is based on the “five ways to wellbeing” which demonstrate that people’s mental and physical sense of wellbeing increases and can be maintained if they; connect; are active; take notice; keep learning and give. We want to include all five of these in every wellbeing day as well as a communal lunch in our café. We hope that this will appeal to a wide range of people; maybe some come all day and some just pop in for a class – all are part of the community.
This project will be service user lead, so that people can identify what activities, events and support, helps them to achieve and support a sense of wellbeing. It will be led by a service-user group that will guide the development of the activities.
We are launching the project on 15th December with a theme of winter/comfort/warmth and have put a varied programme together for the day. Subsequent Wellbeing days will have different themes chosen by the service users. We will also use the various national campaigns to bring information to service users on health and social care issues such as stopping smoking, keeping warm in winter or bowel cancer awareness.
To help raise the profile of these events, we would ask you to circulate this poster, and either print off or ring 0116 255 9995 and ask Sylvia to send you some. Alternatively, you could pop in and collect some if you are passing.
We hope that you will pop down for afternoon tea with us on Friday 15th December at 3pm to help celebrate this new project.