The Big Life group – latest updates
The Big Life group of social businesses and charities work together to provide people with opportunities to change their lives.
The group is made up of 7 businesses and 3 charities which deliver a range of support and services across the North of England including services for children and families, health and social care services, mental health and wellbeing; alongside housing support, education, and employment services.
Find out more about us here.
- Community Development Worker: 25/06/2018 June 12, 2018
Reporting to: Community Services Manager
Salary: £21,074, pro rata, point 22 on the NJC scale
Working hours: 28hrs (pro rata to WTE 37.5 hours)
Annual Leave: 25 days per annum (rising to 30 days after 5 years’ service with the Big Life Group)
Contract Length: Fixed term 1 year initially
Based at: Zion and Kath Locke Centres, Manchester
Big Life Centres enables people to live their best lives. It does this by developing health and wellbeing centres that deliver holistic services to improve the quality of life for people living in disadvantaged areas. It enables people to make choices for themselves.
Big Life Centres offer:
- A place in the community – high quality, welcoming, helpful
- Improving access to health and wellbeing services for all residents
- Supporting people and providing opportunities for them to achieve their goals and aspirations
- Offering tenants a high quality, competitive service with added value linked to our shared values
- Improving health and wellbeing outcomes
We are looking for a motivated and experienced Community Development Worker, to develop and support community-based and volunteering activity, to encourage engagement, and to develop activities and services with and for local people.
For an informal conversation about the role please contact Andrea on 07508 340772.
Completed application forms can be sent to Andrea Lyons, Community Services Manager via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mental Health Co-ordinator – Inspiring Change Manchester (ICM) – 29/06/2018 June 8, 2018
Location: Multi-site as part of ICM
Hours: 37.5 hours per week
Length of contract: Fixed Term until 31 March 2020
Are you passionate about improving the lives of those living with mental health problems? An exciting and unique opportunity has arisen for a Mental Health Co-ordinator in our Self Help Services as part of the muli-agency partnership Inspiring Change Manchester.
The Mental Health Co-ordinator will focus on the implementation of Self Help Services’ work to ensure coordinated, timely and transformative mental health interventions are available.
To find out more visit the Self Help website.