Social Care & Welfare jobs in North West England

Found 8 jobs

  • Finance Manager

    • Greater Manchester
    • £38,000- £40,000 pro-rata plus attractive pension offer
    • Pharmacist Support

    We're seeking a Finance Manager with experience of running the financial operations of a small to medium sized charitable/not for profit organisation

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  • Community Fundraising Manager

    • Home based, ideally in Manchester / Preston / Liverpool.
    • Circa £27.5k dependent on experience
    • CHM

    Our client is seeking a Community Fundraising Manager for the North West area, ideally in Manchester, Preston or Liverpool.

  • Digital Advice Coach

    • Stockport / Rochdale / Trafford
    • £18,070 per annum
    • Citizens Advice Trafford

    You will direct people towards the advice resources they need to resolve their problem with a focus on empowering them to access self-help information

  • Community Safety Officer

    • Greater Manchester
    • £27,789 – £29,589 per annum
    • networx

    you will develop preventative measures and work within the communities to ensure they are safe and secure for our tenants.

  • Money Advice Worker

    • St Helens, Merseyside
    • £19,134 - £21,324 per annum doe + up to 5% pension contribution
    • Citizens Advice St Helens

    You will provide an effective and comprehensive casework service to people living in St Helens, to access grants from the British Gas Energy Trust.

  • Independent Mental Health Advocates (IMHAs)

    • Manchester, M25
    • £22,000 - £24,000 pa pro rata, dependent on experience/qualifications
    • Mind in Salford

    Could you help promote the integration of independent rights-based support within mental health services, including criminal justice and social care?

  • Early Years Coordinator

    • Denbighshire
    • £28000 - £28000 Per Annum
    • NFP People

    An exciting opportunity to join a national charity as an Early Years Coordinator on their government funded project in Wales.

  • Executive Director

    • London and Liverpool, UK
    • Circa £60,000
    • Prospectus

    James Wentworth-Stanley took his own life, aged 21, in December 2006. Like so many young men and women who choose to end their lives, James had so ...