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  • Helpline Adviser for Substance Misuse Charity
    Surrey Drug and Alcohol Care
    Surrey
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    Helpline Adviser for Substance Misuse Charity

    Deadline: 15th April 2024
    Salary: Voluntary
    Contract: Volunteer
    Location: Surrey

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    Can you spare 3 hours or more a fortnight to help us provide a confidential helpline for people with mild to moderate mental health problems, drug or alcohol problems, Monday to Friday from 9am to 7pm? You will be part of a dynamic team of volunteers.

    We answer calls, SMS and webchats, predominantly from people in Surrey:

    • Providing listening and emotional support that is confidential.
    • We are non judgemental and signpost to other agencies.
    • Refer callers into treatment services.

    No qualifications are needed as full training will be provided, but you will need a friendly and calm telephone manner with the ability to communicate effectively. We welcome volunteers from all backgrounds.

    Our next training course is taking place online via Zoom on 20th & 27th April 2024.

    Shift times are 9am to 12 noon, 12 to 3pm, 3 to 6pm and 6 to 7pm.  We require a minimum of one shift per fortnight. The Helpline is operated from your own home, at no cost to you.

    For further information or an informal chat, please call our Co-ordinator, Emma on 07554 991055.

    How to apply?

  • School Caretaker in leading independent Prep School in Surrey
    Hall Grove School
    Surrey Heath
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    School Caretaker in leading independent Prep School in Surrey

    Deadline: 19 January 2024
    Salary: Competitive depending on experience (likely starting salary £20-25,000 per annum)
    Contract: Permanent
    Location: Surrey Heath

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    HALL GROVE SCHOOL 

    JOB DESCRIPTION – SCHOOL CARETAKER 

    Reporting to: Headteacher 

    Hours: Term-time and 10 weeks in the holiday
    1100 – 1900 Monday to Friday

    Salary: Competitive depending on experience (starting salary likely £20,000 – 25,000 per annum).  Package includes meals. 

    We are seeking a proactive, adaptable, enthusiastic and trustworthy individual to join our team to help maintain an attractive, clean, safe and secure school environment.  This role is key to the smooth running of the school. 

    Hall Grove is a family-owned school with a family ethos at its heart. Our school values are the foundation of everything we do. We encourage children to ‘have a go’ and challenge themselves, and to explore the full curriculum to find out the things they love in life, and what they can achieve.  We benefit from extensive grounds and make use of the outdoors as much as the indoors. To better understand the unique learning environment that is Hall Grove School, all applicants are strongly encouraged to visit our website www.hallgrove.co.uk prior to applying. 

    The successful candidate will be working in the heart of the school.  Hall Grove is committed to safeguarding, keeping children safe from harm and promoting their welfare. The post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (as amended) and full safeguarding checks will be undertaken prior to appointment. 

    The school is committed to equal opportunities, welcoming applications from all those who meet the essential requirements of the role. 

    Responsibilities: 

    • Conduct regular inspections of the school premises to identify areas in need of maintenance, repairs or improvements. 
    • Respond promptly to any maintenance requests or emergencies throughout the day 
    • Carry out general repairs, including plumbing, painting, carpentry and electrical tasks. 
    • Assist with and/or take responsibility for specific DIY projects within the school. 
    • Ensure safe use and storage of DIY equipment and materials. 
    • Keep accurate records of maintenance activities, including competed tasks and inventory management. 
    • Liaise with external maintenance contractors where necessary. 
    • Assist with the set up of classrooms, meetings and events, including furniture arrangement and equipment set-up. 
    • Monitor and maintain the cleanliness of all school areas, including classrooms, hallways, bathrooms, offices, halls and outdoor spaces. 
    • Respond promptly to any cleaning requests or emergencies throughout the day 
    • Liaise with the team regarding the replenishment of cleaning supplies.  Ensure safe storage of cleaning equipment and materials. 
    • Be responsible for water safety checks, flushing the system at intervals, keeping records. 
    • Perform duties in line with Health and Safety Regulations. 
    • Traffic and parking management duties as required. 
    • Turning on and off of lighting to ensure the premises are sufficiently well-lit. 
    • Such other tasks as arise and are appropriate to the role. 
    • Attend training courses and INSET as required 
    • Safeguarding. All staff have the responsibility for safeguarding children and this is a key part of the role. 

    Requirements: 

    • Knowledge of general repair and maintenance tasks, including carpentry, plumbing and electrical work. 
    • Strong problem-solving skills and the ability to work independently. 
    • Flexible work approach and ability to prioritise tasks effectively. 
    • Good communication skills and the ability to interact with staff, pupils and external contractors. 
    • Knowledge of health and safety regulations and willingness to ensure compliance. 
    • Physically fit and capable of performing manual labour tasks as required. 
    • Willingness to work additional hours as required, by agreement. 

    Personal characteristics required: Determined. Selfless. Self-starter with the ability to manage own time and prioritise tasks given. Careful and safety conscious, with attention to detail. A team player.  Energetic. Organised. Trustworthy. Happy to work indoors and outdoors. Loyal. Fit and healthy. Ability to compromise.  

    How to apply?

  • School Housekeeper in leading independent Prep School in Surrey
    Hall Grove School
    Surrey Heath
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    School Housekeeper in leading independent Prep School in Surrey

    Deadline: 19 January 2024
    Salary: Competitive depending on experience
    Contract: Permanent
    Location: Surrey Heath

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    HALL GROVE SCHOOL 

    JOB DESCRIPTION – SCHOOL HOUSEKEEPER 

    Reporting to: Headmaster 

    Hours: Term-time only (plus 8 weeks in the holidays)
    1100 – 1900 Monday to Friday

    Salary: Competitive depending on experience 

    We are seeking a proactive, adaptable, enthusiastic and trustworthy individual to join our team to help keep all areas of the School at a high level of cleanliness to provide an attractive, clean, safe and pleasant school environment.  This role is key to the smooth running of the school. 

    Hall Grove is a family-owned school with a family ethos at its heart. Our school values are the foundation of everything we do. We encourage children to ‘have a go’ and challenge themselves, and to explore the full curriculum to find out the things they love in life, and what they can achieve.  We benefit from extensive grounds and make use of the outdoors as much as the indoors. To better understand the unique learning environment that is Hall Grove School, all applicants are strongly encouraged to visit our website www.hallgrove.co.uk prior to applying. 

    The successful candidate will be working in the heart of the school.  Hall Grove is committed to safeguarding, keeping children safe from harm and promoting their welfare. The post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (as amended) and full safeguarding checks will be undertaken prior to appointment. 

    The school is committed to equal opportunities, welcoming applications from all those who meet the essential requirements of the role. 

    Responsibilities: 

    • Monitor and maintain the cleanliness of all school areas, including classrooms, hallways, bathrooms, offices, halls and outdoor spaces. 
    • Ensuring that key school areas are cleaned daily, including toilets, halls, School Office, and other specific areas. 
    • Ensure that other areas of the school not requiring a daily clean are cleaned at appropriate intervals. 
    • Ensure that cleaning is carried out to a high standard. 
    • Vacuum carpeted areas and washing floors. Sweep uncarpeted areas. Empty and clean bins. Spot cleaning of spillages. Clean desks, seats and skirting boards. Clean sinks and toilet areas, and replenish toiletries. Mix and dispose of all cleaning materials appropriately and in accordance with health and safety regulations. Report any defects/hazards immediately. Ensure corridors and outside walkways remain clear and free of debris. (Non-exhaustive list) 
    • Assist with the cleaning of the boarding house as required, including laundry. 
    • Respond promptly to any cleaning requests or emergencies throughout the day 
    • Liaise with the team regarding the replenishment of cleaning supplies.  Ensure safe storage of cleaning equipment and materials. 
    • Perform duties in line with Health and Safety Regulations. 
    • Such other tasks as arise and are appropriate to the role. 
    • Safeguarding. All staff have the responsibility for safeguarding children and this is a key part of the role. 

     Requirements: 

    • Awareness of health and safety procedures, knowledge of cleaning materials (use, proper storage and disposal methods). 
    • Ability to manage time effectively, proactive with the ability to complete tasks to a high standard without direct supervision. 
    • Punctual, reliable and trustworthy. 
    • Flexible work approach and ability to prioritise tasks effectively. 
    • Good communication skills and the ability to interact with staff, pupils and external contractors. 
    • A reasonable level of fitness, ability to bend, push, pull and lift repetitively during working hours and to handle equipment or containers used for cleaning. 
    • Willingness to work additional hours as required, by agreement. 
    • Attend training courses and INSET as required 

    Personal characteristics required: Determined. Selfless. Self-starter with the ability to manage own time and prioritise tasks given. Careful and safety conscious, with attention to detail. A team player.  Energetic. Organised. Trustworthy. Happy to work indoors and outdoors. Loyal. Fit and healthy. Ability to compromise. 

    How to apply?

  • Grassroots Campaign Manager
    Zero Hour
    Remote
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    Grassroots Campaign Manager

    Employer: Zero Hour
    Deadline: 27 August 2023
    Salary: £30,000 FTE
    Contract: Full Time
    Location: Remote

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    • Salary: £30,000 FTE
    • Term: Fixed-term contract (1 year)
    • Commitment: 4 to 5 days per week
    • Flexibility: Flexible and largely remote (including the option to job-share)

    Overview:

    • Zero Hour is searching for a Grassroots Campaign Manager to maximise the impact of the grassroots arm of the campaign for the Climate & Ecology Bill, which is currently before the UK Parliament.
    • This is a critical role at the heart of the CE Bill campaign at a vitally-important moment in Zero Hour’s history. If you want to be part of the movement that brings about the legislation we need to tackle the climate and ecological emergency, this role is for you.
    • Experience working for an environmental NGO or charity isn’t essential. What we’re looking for is someone who can inspire people, organise effectively, with a flair for creative campaigning on the biggest issue facing us today.

    Key purpose:

    • We’re looking for someone to help Zero Hour galvanise mass public support for the CE Bill—because that’s how we’ll bring about a serious, science-led, legally-binding plan to tackle the climate-nature crisis, head on.
    • With a Westminster election looming, we need to inspire UK-wide uptake of our campaign actions by the public—inspiring a critical mass of campaigners to proactively evangelise about the CE Bill, with more people leaning on their local MPs—because that’s how we’ll win this campaign. More people, more pressure, more MPs (calling for and) working to bring about the systemic changes we need.
    • A big criticism of the UK environmental movement is that it only inspires a small section of society to take action. We want to bring everyone with us, and demonstrate how an inclusive and diverse movement can make real change happen.

    Key responsibilities:

    • You’ll be responsible for developing (with the campaign Co-Directors) and delivering Zero Hour’s grassroots strategy.
    • This means you’ll lead on how Zero Hour recruits, excites, and activates a wide, diverse group of people across the UK nations under the CE Bill banner at this crucial moment for the future of UK environmental policymaking.
    • Reporting to the Co-Directors, you’ll work closely with Zero Hour’s Digital Campaign Manager, Engagement Coordinator, and Political Communications Manager, alongside other members of the central Zero Hour team.
    • You’ll also work closely with Zero Hour campaigners and campaigning organisations, plus leading environmental policymakers, influencers, scientists and partners; including purpose-driven organisations such as The Co-operative Bank, Zoological Society of London, Ecosia, National Education Union, Greenpeace, Natura & Co., Triodos Bank, Lush, Friends of the Earth, and hundreds more.

    Areas of responsibility:

    • Overseeing the development and delivery of Zero Hour’s grassroots strategy (to achieve campaign targets), including the use and refinement of tactics to win over MPs to the CE Bill campaign through constituency pressure and promoting the case for the CE Bill at local and regional levels.
    • Networking within target constituencies, including mobilising campaigners and key members of local communities—such as councillors, other local politicians, networked environmental organisations, and businesses—to build a groundswell of support.
    • Working with the Political Communications Manager, developing communications regionally to connect the experiences of people on the ground to demonstrate and promote (in the local media) how the CE Bill would positively impact people’s lives and livelihoods.
    • Acting as the principal point of contact for members of the public who have signed up to the CE Bill campaign—including supporting campaigners’ efforts—such as setting up local meetings, facilitating campaigners’ sessions online and in person, and communicating through email, WhatsApp, Telegram, Facebook and other platforms.
    • Empowering campaigners across the UK nations, making sure they have easy access to up-to-date materials, information and intelligence required to lobby MPs, councillors, and other politicians effectively; including facilitating Zero Hour’s grassroots events, drafting grassroots communications, and liaising with regional (volunteer) coordinators.
    • Making sure that grassroots activity is incorporated into Zero Hour’s wider work, including creating key campaign moments to better engage the public through exciting and creative activities; including by connecting (and building stronger partnerships) with environmental NGOs and other Zero Hour partners.
    • Working closely with Zero Hour’s (1) Engagement Coordinator to ensure that the campaign connects meaningfully with groups who are often locked out of environmental campaigns; (2) Digital Campaign Manager and Political Communications Manager to excite and help grow our database of 35,000 (signed-up) campaigners; and (3) Co-Directors to develop and deliver bespoke strategies for key constituencies and regions.

    Your experience:

    • We’re looking for someone who’s passionate about environmental action, with a flair for mobilising, who can hit the ground running in this crucial year for UK environmental policy-making.
    • You’ll have managerial experience and you are good at managing volunteers and competing projects or priorities.
    • You’ll have experience setting up and keeping track of large databases of information, in order to send and monitor mail merges and mass communications.
    • Ideally, you’ll know your way around a customer relationship management system. Zero Hour uses NationBuilder (which is unique to political movements) although experience on this platform isn’t essential.
    • Ideally, you’ll also have a practical understanding of the UK’s local, regional, and national political systems and processes, although an in-depth knowledge of the UK Parliament isn’t essential.
    • Ideally, you’ll have experience of working in a grassroots campaigning or a community organising organisation, with experience of developing and implementing a grassroots mobilisation strategy at a regional or national level, but we welcome applications from people who haven’t previously worked in an environmental role.

    Personal specification:

    • Ideally, you’ll have experience working on campaigns in the environmental, sustainability or human rights sectors, as well as the following.
    • The ability to develop, execute, monitor, and evaluate grassroots strategies, including an interest in understanding how to adapt and improve campaign tactics.
    • Confident and professional written and verbal communications skills, with an ability to engage and activate a range of people.
    • A keen eye for detail and an ability to manage projects and prioritise tasks.
    • Excellent problem-solving skills and ability to find creative solutions.
    • The ability to lead projects independently, and manage volunteers, interns, and placement students etc.
    • An interest in the key issues surrounding the climate-nature crisis (globally and at a UK level).
    • Knowledge about the interconnections between social and racial justice and the environmental emergency.
    • An understanding or interest in UK politics as well as demonstrable, good political judgement.
    • Competency of IT systems, such as Google and Microsoft applications, and particularly Excel, as well as, ideally, knowledge of how to build, inspire and activate a campaign database.

    Further details:

    • This work will be largely remote, with occasional travel to London for Zero Hour meetings, and occasionally some travel to meet existing/prospective campaigners or partners across the country.

    Application process:

    • To apply, please submit a two page CV and a two page covering letter by email to [email protected] by 23:59 on 27 August 2023.
    • If you’d rather record a (2 to 3 minute) video or an audio recording in place of a covering letter, that’s also fine.
    • Interviews will take place in the week commencing 28 August 2023. An immediate start in early September is possible.
    • In your covering letter, please (1) referring to the experience and personal specification, explain your suitability for the role of Grassroots Campaign Manager, using examples from your previous work and voluntary roles, and (2) propose how you think Zero Hour should grow and activate a successful grassroots strategy between summer 2023 and autumn 2024 (i.e. the likely period of the next Westminster election) as part of maximising the impact the CE Bill campaign.

    About Zero Hour:

    • Zero Hour is the grassroots-led campaign calling for the Climate & Ecology Bill; a groundbreaking, science-led legislative proposal that’s bold enough to tackle the climate-nature crisis. The CE Bill would put us on the right path to restore nature, decarbonise fairly, and include citizens in deciding a fair way forward.
    • Zero Hour is a mass-mobilisation campaign that’s rapidly building a grassroots movement of citizens, local groups, NGOs, businesses, councils and scientists; alongside almost 200 cross-party MPs and Peers.
    • By working for Zero Hour, you’ll be helping bring the CE Bill ever closer to passing into law, helping to secure a liveable future for generations to come.
    • You can find out more at zerohour.uk or via our Twitter account, @cebill_now.

    Additional notes:

    • Zero Hour is committed to providing equal opportunities for everyone, regardless of their background.
    • We acknowledge that people from certain backgrounds are under-represented in environmental campaigns—and we are committed to doing what we can to correct this.
    • We are particularly keen to receive applications from people of colour, people with disabilities or other health conditions, people who identify as LGBTQIA+ and people who identify as working class (or have done so in the past).

    How to apply?

  • Ultrasound Clinic Admin & Secretary
    Phoenix Ultrasound
    Epsom & Ewell
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    Ultrasound Clinic Admin & Secretary

    Deadline: 15 June
    Salary: £12 per hour
    Contract: Part Time
    Location: Epsom & Ewell

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    About us

    Aviseena International Healthcare Limited is an established sonography clinic in Banstead SM7 1HL. We are inclusive, professional and customer-centric, and our goal is to To enhance the health and well-being of the people who come to us for support. Our corporate social responsibility is gifted to us by the people whom we care for; our structured approach to the provision of superior care is the way we work here; we are entrepreneurial and yet ethical. Focused on offering the most appropriate care for everyone is a way of life for our founders. We care for all our stakeholders, value equality and diversity in all its shapes and forms and welcome constructive feedback from all who wish to be active participants in our continued success.

    Our work environment includes:

    • On-the-job training
    • Growth opportunities
    • Safe work environment

    Company description

    We are a newly established company, with expertise in healthcare and specifically, screening services. We are an equal-opportunity organisation and understand the value of diversity. The organisational values are based on respect for one another, value diversity and equality of opportunity, and an ethos to empower and enable individuals; to be an active participant in our immediate community and beyond. We care for the health and well-being of all people and have made that our organisational objective.

    Job description

    Job Specification for Service Administrator

    • The candidate should be a resident of the UK with a current work permit
    • Have knowledge, experience and a certificate of medical phlebotomy (taking patients’ blood for sending to a medical lab) is an advantage but is not essential.
    • Administration of all activities relating to a sonography clinic environment
    • Client care & communication within the clinic as well as excellent after-care client service
    • Work strictly within Care Quality Commission (CQC) requirements and compliance with relevant Social Care Acts
    • Comply with organisational policies such as Infection Control; Consent Form; Health and Safety and others
    • Deal with website & in-person client appointments and queries
    • Call clients to make an appointment
    • Ability to learn our in-house IT system specific to sonography
    • Take instructions from the office manager & sonographer and update medical records

    Qualities Desired for Service Administrator

    • Highly motivated and self-reliant administrator
    • Demonstrable effective communication skills and a team-player
    • Knowledge and experience of using MS package and willingness to learn other software specific to sonography clinic
    • Previous experience working in a clinic/hospital environment is a clear advantage
    • Possession of health-related certificates e.g., First Aid; Health & Safety; Infection Control; safeguarding a clear advantage
    • General knowledge and understanding of Data Protection; Information Security and others relating to the work of a confidential service provider
    • Ensure availability of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) & clinic cleanliness and hygiene
    • Readiness to welcome and act positively on constructive criticism
    • Excellent telephone manner
    • Ability and attention to note details and retain relevant significant information
    • Flexible approach and ability to adapt quickly to meet the demands of a busy environment
    • Be willing and prepared to undergo cyclical internal/external training and any other additional training which is identified by the manager
    • Understand the meaning and the need for confidentiality and adhere to it without fail
    • Understand the Duty of Care to self and others

    Wednesdays/ Saturdays/ Sundays in Banstead clinic

    Remaining hours from home answering calls

    How to apply?

  • Marketing Manager – Maternity Cover
    Dorking
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    Marketing Manager – Maternity Cover

    Deadline: 13 March 2023
    Salary: 30-40K pro rata
    Contract: Temporary
    Location: Dorking

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    This is an opportunity to cover a key role in the venue’s senior management team, marketing live events, as well as films and other income generating areas of the operation.

    • Salary: £30k-£40k (pro-rata)
    • Hours: 29.5 per week
    • Artform: Theatre
    • Role: Marketing & Digital
    • Contract: Temporary
    • Closing date: Mon, 13 Mar 2023

    Job Description

    Part Time Temporary Contract: 29.5 hours.

    Post Objective:

    • Devise and implement marketing strategies to promote Dorking Halls events and facilities
    • Maximise income from live event ticket sales and all other income streams
    • Ensure the appropriate representation of the Dorking Halls brand and image in all situations.

    Main Duties:

    • Co-ordinate all marketing activity within the Halls
    • Devise marketing strategies for all live events, to maximise ticket sales & ensure growth in income & audience numbers.
    • Set the schedule for the production of event brochures and arrange the design, print and distribution of these.
    • Lead on the maintenance and development of the Dorking Halls website, addressing any issues promptly and continually seeking to improve online services and functionality.
    • Ensure the prompt collation of marketing materials and print for all events and ensure that print is distributed in a cost effective and timely manner.
    • Liaise with promoters to agree marketing plans for their events, confirming any recharges when agreed.
    • Further develop use of social media platforms including creating content by working while events are taking place, which may be in the evening or at weekends.
    • Write press releases, check and proof read copy produced by others. Maintain the highest standards in copy writing for all printed or digital material generated by Dorking Halls.
    • Work with Event and Business Development Manager on marketing of hire events and facilities, applying appropriate charges for services as required.
    • Actively promote other income generating areas of the business, including the caf , cinema and event screenings.
    • To ensure that all necessary data is provided in an accurate, reliable and timely manner, and is fit for purpose in accordance with the Council’s Data Protection Policies.

    Job Requirements

    Essential Experience and Knowledge:

    • Experience of successfully marketing live shows
    • Experience of all media used in modern day marketing.
    • Ability to prioritise work and set and stick to strict deadlines.

    Desirable Experience and Knowledge:

    • A passion for, and understanding of, live arts and entertainment.
    • Knowledge of current GDPR guidelines

    Education and Qualifications:

    • Educated to degree standard or equivalent, ideally in Marketing.

    Skills:

    • Excellent communication and people skills.
    • Highly organised with an eye for detail
    • Ability to work well under pressure and manage own workload.
    • Proficient in all standard office software as well as publishing/editing software.

    How to apply?

  • School Minibus Driver
    Hall Grove School
    Surrey Heath
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    School Minibus Driver

    Deadline: 6 March 2023
    Salary: £15 to £20 per hour
    Contract: Permanent
    Location: Surrey Heath

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    Hall Grove is a family-owned independent Prep School with a family ethos at its heart, providing education to children aged 3 – 13. Set in 40 acres of parkland in Bagshot, it is an enriching environment in which to work and play.

    We are seeking a competent, friendly, dependable and trustworthy person to drive school vehicles and transport pupils.  A clean car driver’s licence is an essential requirement of the job.  A licence with category D1 or PCV licence enabling the driving of  a 16 seater minibus would be an advantage but is not essential.  Safeguarding of children is of paramount importance to us and is everyone’s responsibility at Hall Grove. Full safeguarding checks will be undertaken prior to appointment.

    The Application Form is available on request by email to [email protected].

    Applications to the Headmaster via email ([email protected]) should arrive by 10am on Monday, 6 March 2023 enclosing the completed Application Form and a covering letter.

    The post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (as amended). The school is committed to equal opportunities, welcoming applications from all those who meet the essential requirements of the role.

    £15 to £20 per hour depending on experience

    No agencies please.

    How to apply?

  • Service Manager
    Surrey
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    Service Manager

    Deadline: 21st February 2023
    Salary: £28,336.13 to £31,525.69 per annum (pro rota)
    Contract: Permanent
    Location: Surrey

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    As a Service Manager, you are part of Rethink Mental Surrey Support After Suicide Service.

    You must have lived experience of bereavement by suicide, if this is from a close personal experience, at least three years must have elapsed since the bereavement.

    Ideally you will have experience working with people bereaved by suicide or bereaved by other means. 

    Our Surrey Support After Suicide Service, aims to enable people who have been bereaved by suicide or suspected suicide to improve their resilience, functioning and wellbeing.

    We provide support to people aged 18 and over who are bereaved by suicide who live in Surrey.  The service will support people who are under 18 who are bereaved by suicide to be signposted and referred onto suitable children and young people’s bereavement support services.

    You will work on a permanent contract – 21 hours per will leading a staff team to ensure that we are delivering high-quality, safe and person-centred care and support in line with contractual requirements – most importantly delivering great outcomes for people bereaved by suicide using our services.

    Caring for our people.

    We offer a wide range of support. Some of our benefits include:

    • PULSE – your rewards, wellbeing, and benefits platform. Providing access to thousands of discounts and benefits including cashback; reloadable cards; savings etc.
    • Wellbeing support: Our Wellbeing hub that gives physical, and mental health support. We also have an Employee Assistance Programme with access to appointments
    • Taking time for you: we work flexibly –you get to choose where you work, managing your own diary. We have generous annual leave, starting at 25 rising to 30 days, plus bank holidays, as well as your birthday off.
    • Planning for the future: We have a contributory pension scheme.
    • Structured Induction: Onboarding you into the Charity supporting your wellbeing along the way.
    • £300 when you introduce a Friend: receive up to £300 when you introduce a friend or family member

    How to apply?

  • Suicide Bereavement Worker
    Surrey
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    Suicide Bereavement Worker

    Deadline: 21st February 2023
    Salary: £25,053.50 to £28,336.13 per annum (pro rata)
    Contract: Permanent
    Location: Surrey

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    As a Suicide Bereavement Worker, you are part of Rethink Mental Surrey Support After Suicide Service.

    You must have lived experience of bereavement by suicide, if this is from a close personal experience, at least three years must have elapsed since the bereavement.

    Ideally you will have experience working with people bereaved by suicide or bereaved by other means. 

    Our Surrey Support After Suicide Service, aims to enable people who have been bereaved by suicide or suspected suicide to improve their resilience, functioning and wellbeing.

    The service is a peer led service with staff and volunteers having some form of personal experience of bereavement by suicide. For those with close personal experience, at least three years must have elapsed since the bereavement.

    We provide support to people aged 18 and over who are bereaved by suicide who live in Surrey.  The service will support people who are under 18 who are bereaved by suicide to be signposted and referred onto suitable children and young people’s bereavement support services.

    This role is part time – 28 hours

    Caring for our people.

    We offer a wide range of support. Some of our benefits include:

    • PULSE – your rewards, wellbeing, and benefits platform. Providing access to thousands of discounts and benefits including cashback; reloadable cards; savings etc.
    • Wellbeing support: Our Wellbeing hub that gives physical, and mental health support. We also have an Employee Assistance Programme with access to appointments
    • Taking time for you: we work flexibly –you get to choose where you work, managing your own diary. We have generous annual leave, starting at 25 rising to 30 days, plus bank holidays, as well as your birthday off.
    • Planning for the future: We have a contributory pension scheme.
    • Structured Induction: Onboarding you into the Charity supporting your wellbeing along the way.
    • £300 when you introduce a Friend: receive up to £300 when you introduce a friend or family member

    How to apply?

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Our team have answered your frequently asked questions about Go Surrey, and our featured events, jobs, directory, and news articles, if you cannot find the answer below then please reach out to our team who are happy to help.

  • What is Go Surrey?

    Go Surrey is an online project run by a small, local team that’s working to build an online space where Surrey can connect. Its aim is to support, showcase, and celebrate the very best of Surrey.

    That means giving businesses, charities and organisers a place to list on our Surrey directory, boost their visibility on search engines through Surrey advertising, promote their Surrey job vacancies, feature their Surrey events, and get the word out about their latest updates where they can publish their press releases.

    To do this we have been building Go Surrey from the ground up since 2016. That means countless hours of painstaking work to develop their website and our social media channels to help Surrey businesses, charities and organisations connect with Surrey residents and visitors.

    We’ve still got a long way to go to make sure we’re truly a hub for everything Surrey! Thank you for supporting our journey.

  • How does Go Surrey make money?

    Good question. To be completely honest, we currently don’t make a profit from running Go Surrey and we haven’t since we started in 2016. That’s not really the aim of the project. We’re focussed on putting any of the revenues we generate from ads, commissions, and membership fees into running and growing our platform. Go Surrey is a project run by the team at Codesauce Limited, a small digital agency based in Surrey.

  • I would like to advertise on Go Surrey, how do I do this?

    It's simple and easy to advertise on Go Surrey with our Surrey advertising service called Boost.

    Surrey business? Advertise on our online Surrey business directory, plus you can boost your visibility on search engines, promote your job vacancies, feature your events, and publish your press releases. Discover our Surrey advertising service for businesses.

    Surrey charity, voluntary organisation, or good cause? You can get free advertising on Go Surrey as our way of say thank you for the good work you do in our community. You get all the same perks as Boost for businesses but it's completely free. Advertise your charity or organisation on our online Surrey directory, boost your visibility on search engines, promote your job vacancies, feature your events, and publish your press releases. Discover our free Surrey advertising service for charities.

    If you need any help then please contact our team by email on [email protected].

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For Businesses: Advertise your business in our directory, promote your job vacancies, feature your events, and publish press releases on Go Surrey, find out more here.

For Charities: Contact us to set up a free account to advertise your charity in our directory, promote your job vacancies, feature your events, and publish press releases.

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