APPOINTMENTS

Closing date: Friday 3rd July 2020

The Employers Network for Equality and Inclusion (enei) is the leading employer network promoting equality and inclusion in the workplace. Our role is to promote practical improvements in equality and inclusion by employers across the whole spectrum. We do this by sharing ideas across our growing membership network, promoting best practice, providing training and consultancy ,and seeking to influence government, business and Trade Unions to deliver practical change. Launched in 2011 we are the UK’s leading employer network covering all aspects of equality and inclusion in the workplace.

Closing date: Friday 26th June 2020

Engage Britain is a new organisation focused on tackling our country’s most difficult and divisive challenges. Our mission is to show that we can be optimistic about the future by putting people at the heart of finding ways forward on the biggest challenges facing our country. We will chart a new course for policymaking that bridges divides and will support all those who wish to be involved to develop ways forward that are politically sustainable and make a real difference.

Closing date: Sunday 21st June 2020

Starfish Search is working in partnership with a well-established care provider in the South West. With a history that spans more than half a century of providing excellence in care to vulnerable individuals, they, like all organisations, need to ensure they evolve and adapt to the current needs and challenges facing our communities at present. Viewed as a national leader in supported care, they also offer a strong and powerful voice for continued improvement and innovation within their field across the UK.

Closing date: Monday 15th June 2020

The Asthma UK and British Lung Foundation Partnership was formed on 1st January 2020 from the merger of the UK’s two leading respiratory charities. Last year we raised c £17m. We are ambitious about our plans to raise more now we have joined forces, so that we can have an even greater impact on people with Asthma and other lung diseases. The roles that both organisations play have been brought into even sharper relief as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Closing date: Tuesday 9th June 2020

The British Red Cross helps millions of people in the UK and around the world to prepare for, respond to and recover from emergencies, disasters and conflicts. Our volunteers and staff help people in crisis to live independently by providing support at home, mobility aids and transport. We also teach first aid skills. We are part of the global Red Cross and Red Crescent humanitarian network.

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At the Centre for Ageing Better we want everyone to enjoy later life. We create change in policy and practice informed by evidence and work with partners across England to improve employment, housing, health and communities. We are a charitable foundation, funded by The National Lottery Community Fund, and part of the government’s What Works Network.

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I CAN is the leading children’s communication charity in the United Kingdom, originally formed in 1888. Its mission is that no child should be left out or be left behind because of a difficulty speaking or understanding. Its vision is a world where all children have the communications skills they need to fulfil their potential. Children and young people’s communication needs are at the centre of everything I CAN does and its values are designed to enable all parts of the organisation to come together and be the most effective and influential organisation it can be. 

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Clergy Support Trust is an Anglican clergy support charity governed by Royal Charter and with origins dating back to 1655. Our Patron is Her Majesty the Queen and we are managed by a board of trustees, known under the Royal Charter as the Court of Assistants, and by a senior leadership team led by the Chief Executive. Our purpose is to promote, sustain and renew the wellbeing of Anglican clergy, whether serving or retired, and their dependents, so that they can flourish and be fruitful as they seek to serve God’s people and their wider communities.

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Our vision at Marie Curie is a better life for people and their families living with a terminal illness. Everyone will be affected by dying, death and bereavement, and they deserve the best possible experience, reflecting what’s most important to them. Marie Curie is the UK’s leading end of life charity and we lead in making the end of life experience the best it can be, allowing patients and their families to make the most of the time they have together by delivering expert care, emotional support, research and guidance.

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Too many people accept the daily pain, fatigue and isolation that arthritis causes. Too many dismiss it as ‘just a bit of arthritis’. But we don’t accept it. Alongside volunteers, healthcare professionals, researchers and friends, we do everything we can to push back against arthritis. From challenging and influencing Government to get the big decisions right, to working with people with arthritis and our supporters we are making real headway. But there’s still a long way to go, and we won’t stop until no-one has to tolerate living with the pain, fatigue and isolation of arthritis.

CLOSED

Too many people accept the daily pain, fatigue and isolation that arthritis causes. Too many dismiss it as ‘just a bit of arthritis’. But we don’t accept it. Alongside volunteers, healthcare professionals, researchers and friends, we do everything we can to push back against arthritis. From challenging and influencing Government to get the big decisions right, to working with people with arthritis and our supporters we are making real headway. But there’s still a long way to go, and we won’t stop until no-one has to tolerate living with the pain, fatigue and isolation of arthritis.

CLOSED

Too many people accept the daily pain, fatigue and isolation that arthritis causes. Too many dismiss it as ‘just a bit of arthritis’. But we don’t accept it. Alongside volunteers, healthcare professionals, researchers and friends, we do everything we can to push back against arthritis. From challenging and influencing Government to get the big decisions right, to working with people with arthritis and our supporters we are making real headway. But there’s still a long way to go, and we won’t stop until no-one has to tolerate living with the pain, fatigue and isolation of arthritis.