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Job vacancies across community chaplaincy

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Vacancies across community chaplaincy

Vacancy for Chair of Trustees at Feltham Community Chaplaincy Trust

Feltham Community Chaplaincy Trust is seeking a Chair of the Board of Trustees to take the organisation forward whilst also continuing its work in providing help and advice for those leaving prison to carry through a decision not to reoffend. 

For more information go https://www.charityjob.co.uk/volunteer-jobs/feltham-community-chaplaincy-trust/chair-of-trustees/601655

 

Campaigns officer

The Howard League has a vacancy for Campaigns officer.

The role involves working for positive change through policy development and public affairs work to help disseminate our ideas and influence the government agenda.

Salary: £24,200
Location: London, N1
Closing date: 5pm Monday 28 January 2019

More information from the Howard League website https://howardleague.org/about-us/vacancies/campaigns-officer/

Resettlement Caseworker

Irish Chaplaincy is recruiting a Resettlement Caseworker.

This role is part of a new project, assisting Travellers in selected London prisons into post-release employment. The candidate will be responsible for organising training, publicising the project in prisons, liaising with the correct people, identify both suitable candidates for the project, and suitable employment opportunities, amongst other tasks. They will need to have familiarity with the prison system, and a strong commitment to social justice issues and ability and willingness to learn about new issues, approaches and areas of work.

Salary: £26,360 (3 year fixed-term contract, with continuation dependent on further funding).
Location: London
Closing date: 30th January 2019.

For more information go to the Irish Chaplaincy website - http://www.irishchaplaincy.org.uk/news/

Trustees at CCA

We have vacancies for Trustee positions at the Community Chaplaincy Association Board which meets 4 times a year in London.

The Board manages the National Secretary with line management delegated to one of its members. It is responsible for strategic decisions and for ensuring that the CCA’s work meets its members’ needs. It guides and supports the National Secretary and anyone else, who may carry out CCA work.

To widen its representation the CCA particularly welcome nominations from the non-Christian faiths, BAME backgrounds and those who have served prison sentences.

Please contact emmawells@communitychaplaincy.org.uk for nomination forms and further information.