Knowsley Community & Voluntary Services


Leadership. Ingenuity. Sector Social Growth

Fundraising Regulator Event – 8th March 2017

Fundraising Regulator Event

Hosted By: Liverpool Charity and Voluntary Services (LCVS)

Date: 8 March 2017

Time: 12.00-13.15

Location: LCVS, 151 Dale Street

Cost: Free

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Review – KMBC Short Break Service for Children and Young People

Knowsley Council are currently reviewing their Short Break Service for Children and Young People and would like you to tell them what you think works well and what they could do better.

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Mark McQueen Foundation

The Mark McQueen Foundation has been set up by the McQueen family in loving memory of their son Mark.

The Foundation provide grants for activities that aim to support young men struggling with emotional and mental health issues.

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Lord Chancellor’s Advisory Committees on Justices of the Peace for Merseyside

If you are a person of integrity, have common sense, the ability to listen to both sides of an argument and make decisions, and you want to give...
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The Women’s Room Project – Volunteer Required!

The Women’s Room Project compliments and strengthens its vision to provide empowerment and support to all women who are in need. The groups aim is...
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We are Knowsley CVS.

We provide leadership to the voluntary, community, social enterprise and faith sector to influence local sector social growth.

On this website you will find information about our full range of services, on-line links and resources to help you from starting up your group to helping you grow and develop, advice on funding, news from across the sector to inspire and encourage joint working, a jobs board if you are looking to change and something for the weekend in our events section, as well as much more besides.

Financial Capability Worker

Salary:               £20,456 – £23,166 (dependent on experience)
Offered for:          Full time 35 Hours per week
Annual Leave:         25 days + bank holidays
Pension:              Employer will match employee’s pension contributions up to a maximum of 4%
Contract type:        Funded until October 2018

Working as part of the Better Off Finance project funded by the Big Lottery Fund and European Social Fund, we are looking for a Financial Capability worker, with the purpose of developing people’s skills, knowledge and confidence to enable them to make the financial choices that are right for them and to help them to avoid financial crises.

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Closing date: 12noon on Friday 24th March 2017

Interview date: Tuesday 28th March 2017

Advice Skills Academy Project Manager

Salary:     £30,479
Offered for: Full time 35 Hours per week
Annual Leave: 25 days + bank holidays
Pension:     Employer will match employee’s pension contributions up to a maximum of 4%
Contract length: It is envisaged that this project will continue until Oct 2019

The Advice Skills Academy is a 3-year ESF-funded project to be delivered across the Liverpool City Region by a consortium of local Citizens Advice services, managed by the Women’s Organisation.

The project will develop and deliver an integrated curriculum of accredited and non-accredited training to expand and develop the workforce for specialist advice services within voluntary and private sectors. It will deliver interventions that:

  • Address higher level skills shortages in specialist advice services
  • Provide training and support for people within the workforce to improve skills, progression, knowledge and productivity
  • Provide training and a support route way for disadvantaged groups seeking to access further job opportunities in the sector
  • Improve management, leadership and progression capacity
  • Promote equality by improving the progression prospects of women within the workforce

Create a positive, innovative and sustainable culture of learning and development in local Citizens Advice Services across the Liverpool City Region

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Advice Skills Academy Project Manager Job Pack_Mar2017
Halton vacancy application form 2017

Closing date: 12 noon, Friday 24th March 2017

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