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 Participate in various events and activities organised by the charity.  Interact with individuals, families, or communities benefiting from the charity’s services.  Show empathy, compassion, and respect towards all beneficiaries.  Build positive relationships with stakeholders, including staff, volunteers, and donors.  Act as an ambassador for the organization and positively represent its values.  Arrive on time and be reliable in fulfilling your volunteer commitments.  Show respect towards fellow volunteers, staff, and beneficiaries.  Follow instructions provided by the charity’s staff or coordinators.  Ask for clarification or help when needed.

Posted 30-May-2024

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Address Line 1 Penny Appeal Campus
Address Line 2 Thornes Park
State/Province/Region West Yorkshire
City Wakefield
Website https://pennyappeal.org
Closing Date 30-Jun-2024
Interview/Start Date 18-Jul-2024
Job Position: Volunteering
Gender Any
Number of Vacancies 50+ People
Qualification Not Required
Years of Exprerience 142
SalaryNegotiable
Language: English
Eligible to work in: United Kingdom
Work Time Flexible and variable must be available weekends and evenings
Pension Provision no
Accomodation no

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 Participate in various events and activities organised by the charity.  Interact with individuals, families, or communities benefiting from the charity’s services.  Show empathy, compassion, and respect towards all beneficiaries.  Build positive relationships with stakeholders, including staff, volunteers, and donors.  Act as an ambassador for the organization and positively represent its values.  Arrive on time and be reliable in fulfilling your volunteer commitments.  Show respect towards fellow volunteers, staff, and beneficiaries.  Follow instructions provided by the charity’s staff or coordinators.  Ask for clarification or help when needed.

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Join the Team Orange Family as a Volunteer
MUST BE OVER 18 YEARS OLD
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We do charity differently here at Penny Appeal – we are bright and bold in everything we do, and very proud of it! Through innovative thinking, incredible teamwork, and a unified commitment to serving those most in need, we have transformed lives around the world - and our mission continues!

Are you passionate about making a difference in the lives of others?
Do you have a desire to give back to your community and help those in need?

If so, then volunteering for Penny Appeal may be the perfect opportunity for you. By dedicating your time and skills to a charitable organization, you can contribute to various causes, support vulnerable populations, and make a positive impact on society. 

Joining us as a Volunteer offers an opportunity to make a meaningful difference in the lives of others while gaining valuable experience and personal fulfilment.

When it comes to making a difference in the world, volunteering for a charity organization is one of the most rewarding and fulfilling ways to contribute. As a charity volunteer, you have the opportunity to support causes that you are passionate about, help those in need, and create a positive impact on society.

Your role will be varied, responsibilities will include:

    Participate in various events and activities organised by the charity.
    Interact with individuals, families, or communities benefiting from the charity’s services.
    Show empathy, compassion, and respect towards all beneficiaries.
    Build positive relationships with stakeholders, including staff, volunteers, and donors.
    Act as an ambassador for the organization and positively represent its values.
    Arrive on time and be reliable in fulfilling your volunteer commitments.
    Show respect towards fellow volunteers, staff, and beneficiaries.
    Follow instructions provided by the charity’s staff or coordinators.
    Ask for clarification or help when needed.

The Requirements:

    Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate effectively and empathically with diverse groups of people.
    Attention to detail and strong organisational skills.
    Passion for community service and a genuine desire to make a difference in the lives of others.
    Flexibility in availability including evenings and weekends.


We believe difference makes us stronger. We want our workforce to build a culture of inclusivity that makes colleagues feel welcome, valued, and empowered to bring their whole selves to work every day. We are an equal opportunity employer committed to fostering an inclusive work environment throughout our organisation. We embrace all types of diversity.

Becoming a charity volunteer is a rewarding experience that allows you to make a meaningful difference in the lives of others. By embracing this job description, you can contribute effectively to the charity’s mission while developing your own skills and personal growth.

OUR VISION

Small Change Big Difference
Transform small change into a big difference for those who need us most

OUR MISSION

Inspired by the universal values of the Islamic Faith, Penny Appeal’s, mission is to service all those in need at home and abroad

 

Charity Functional Manager, Global Aid Trust
Full Time

Charity Functional Manager, Global Aid Trust

Make a Difference as our Charity Functional Manager! Are you a compassionate and detail-oriented professional looking to contribute to a cause that truly matters? We are on the lookout for a dedicated and organized individual to join our team as an Office Manager for Global Aid Trust, a well-known charity organization in the UK. If you’re passionate about supporting a noble cause and possess excellent organizational skills, we invite you to be a driving force in our mission! The post holder will be responsible for managing day to day activities of GAT office. The post holder will maintain excellent relationships with internal and external stakeholders and will be passionate about the positive impact, good quality of services and adherence of the regulatory compliances. The post holder also to organize and supervise all administrative activities of Global Aid Trust (GAT) in order to facilitate the smooth and efficient running of the organization.

Global Aid Trust

Posted 08-May-2024

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Address Line 1 Unit 10, 80A Ashfield St,
City London E1 2BJ
Website https://globalaid.org.uk/
Closing Date 20-Jun-2024
Interview/Start Date 25-Jul-2024
Gender Any
SalaryNegotiable
Language: English
Eligible to work in: United Kingdom
Hours Per Week 37.5 Hours
Pension Provision no
Confidential no

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Make a Difference as our Charity Functional Manager! Are you a compassionate and detail-oriented professional looking to contribute to a cause that truly matters? We are on the lookout for a dedicated and organized individual to join our team as an Office Manager for Global Aid Trust, a well-known charity organization in the UK. If you’re passionate about supporting a noble cause and possess excellent organizational skills, we invite you to be a driving force in our mission! The post holder will be responsible for managing day to day activities of GAT office. The post holder will maintain excellent relationships with internal and external stakeholders and will be passionate about the positive impact, good quality of services and adherence of the regulatory compliances. The post holder also to organize and supervise all administrative activities of Global Aid Trust (GAT) in order to facilitate the smooth and efficient running of the organization.

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PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 1. Fund-Raising Excellence: Manager would be main responsible for the fund raising through various means. Recruit volunteers to join the GAT causes and events. Managing digital fundraising platform provided by GAT. Thriving to explore new ideas and opportunities for fund-raising. Motivating people to contribute either donation or providing volunteer time and efforts. Eventually, demonstrate the excellent fund-raising skills to take the GAT into new level of turnover. Meeting the target and KPIs. 2. Administrative Excellence: Maintaining all records of GAT office, maintaining all types of files up to the highest standard, ensuring that all policies and procedures are up to date and communicated properly with all stakeholders and donors. Archiving all media files. Managing day-to-day administrative tasks, ensuring the smooth operation of our charity office. 3. Efficient Organization: Implement and enhance organizational systems, both digital in particular Office 365 [Teams, Forms, Share-points] and physical, to streamline operations. Keeping updated all the organizational information Maintaining all GAT administrative systems and equipment; Support maintaining website. Archiving previous paper-based documents in one drive. Maintaining GAT donor database systems. Oversee inventory and supplies, optimizing resources to maximize the impact of our charitable activities. 4. Donors engagement and feedback: Provide feedback to donors with a high standard as per their donation in varied projects. Attract and retain donors and GAT supporters. Build a strong relationship with all stakeholders. OTHER DUTIES 5. Carrying out any other duties reasonably determined by the GAT 6. Undertaking minutes of the GAT trustee meetings and others. 7. Working flexibly and undertake any other duties agreed between you and your direct line management. 8. Maintaining and develop organizational culture, values and reputation with all staff, associates and external stakeholders. 9. Attending staff and committee meetings when required. 10. Undertaking additional duties commensurate with the post as requested by the line manager. 11. Working hours will be agreed with the line manager which may include some evenings and weekends. 12. Be available for urgent events or meetings outside normal working hours.
Full Time

Events and Operations Administrator

As the Event Operations and Administrator, you will be responsible for supporting our fantastic events and programs in the Werneth Suite and at EIC. The ideal candidate would be a self-motivated and results driven individual, is personable and presentable, customer focused, has an eye for detail and proven organisational skills.

European Islamic Centre

Posted 19-Jun-2024

Negotiable

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Address Line 1 Werneth House 79 Manchester Rd Oldham, OL8 4LN
City Oldham, OL8 4LN
Website https://www.eic.org.uk/
Closing Date 25-Jul-2024
Interview/Start Date 30-Jul-2024
Gender Any
SalaryNegotiable
Language: English
Eligible to work in: United Kingdom
Work Time Full time, 38 hours per week, including weekends
Hours Per Week 38 Hours
Pension Provision no
Confidential no

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As the Event Operations and Administrator, you will be responsible for supporting our fantastic events and programs in the Werneth Suite and at EIC. The ideal candidate would be a self-motivated and results driven individual, is personable and presentable, customer focused, has an eye for detail and proven organisational skills.

Exprerience Details

Essential Responsibilities: • Assisting the Events Manager and team with a high number of events, ranging from small meetings, programs to large weddings and conferences. • Taking calls and bookings and responding to mail/emails • Accompanying the Events Manager to both internal and external events • To ensure the stock holding is tracked, replenished and kept in order • To identify areas of increasing revenue generation for Werneth Suite such as targeting corporate clients public sector and charities. • Promoting events across all social media platforms • Supporting with logistical and administrative support for EIC programs and events. • Maintaining records of all bookings e.g. venue and catering and taking payments where necessary. • Assisting with creative decisions • Attending all meetings to act as a second point of contact • Ad-hoc duties at events. • Helping with set up and dismantle events efficiently through to completion. Personal Attributes • Creative and used to thinking outside the box • Be calm and able to problem solve in a fast pace, high pressured environment. • Excellent networker • Passion for events • Able to work independently as well as part of a team • Personable and presentable • Eager to contribute new ideas Essential Required Qualifications • Educated to A-Level standard. A degree is desirable, but not essential. • Proven organisational and Administrative skills. • Strong commercial acumen • Excellent communication skills • Confident with all Microsoft Office packages • Whilst not essential, it would be desirable to have previous experience within a Hospitality position.
Full Time

Quran Teacher

Dawat-e-Islami, a renowned global Islamic charitable organisation with centres throughout the UK, is looking to recruit a Quran teacher to join their enthusiastic and highly motivated team. Dawat-e-Islami is growing rapidly and needs highly skilled and motivated individuals to further its aim of self-rectification. We offer a vibrant mix of cultures within the organisation which promotes community cohesion. Being part of Dawat-e-Islami will help you develop your spirituality to lead your life harmoniously and make a significant contribution to the society. You will get the opportunity to work for one of the largest Islamic Charitable Organisations in the United Kingdom. The charity is led by individuals with high level of experience and expertise in their field. We have very supportive management team who will look after you very well. Safeguarding Statement: Dawat-e-Islami is committed to safeguarding children and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We will ensure that all our recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment. All successful candidates will be subject to Disclosure Barring Service checks along with other relevant employment checks. The procedures include questioning at interview stage, verification of appropriate qualification, acquiring references, and necessary safety checks.

Dawat e Islami

Posted 05-Dec-2023

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Address Line 1 Dawat-e-Islami UK Head office Maudsley Street, Bradford, BD3 9LE
City Bradford
Website https://dawateislami.co.uk/
Closing Date 01-Jan-2025
Interview/Start Date 02-Jan-2025
Gender Any
SalaryNegotiable
Language: English
Eligible to work in:
Hours Per Week 3.25 Hours
Pension Provision no

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Dawat-e-Islami, a renowned global Islamic charitable organisation with centres throughout the UK, is looking to recruit a Quran teacher to join their enthusiastic and highly motivated team. Dawat-e-Islami is growing rapidly and needs highly skilled and motivated individuals to further its aim of self-rectification. We offer a vibrant mix of cultures within the organisation which promotes community cohesion. Being part of Dawat-e-Islami will help you develop your spirituality to lead your life harmoniously and make a significant contribution to the society. You will get the opportunity to work for one of the largest Islamic Charitable Organisations in the United Kingdom. The charity is led by individuals with high level of experience and expertise in their field. We have very supportive management team who will look after you very well. Safeguarding Statement: Dawat-e-Islami is committed to safeguarding children and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We will ensure that all our recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment. All successful candidates will be subject to Disclosure Barring Service checks along with other relevant employment checks. The procedures include questioning at interview stage, verification of appropriate qualification, acquiring references, and necessary safety checks.

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The Role: • Plan and deliver innovative and engaging lessons in Tarweed and Islamic Studies • Ensure provision of high-quality education in line with the organisation’s expectations • To children between the ages of 6-13 • Using our textbooks, course books and other learning materials • Complete regular progress sheets and compile a summary for feedback for parents • By following the prescribed teaching timetable Essential Requirements: • Excellent knowledge of Tarweed and Islamic Studies • Passionate about raising achievement and providing the best possible Islamic education for all children • Ability to work on own initiative and identify new opportunities • Ability to relate well to young people and adults • Excellent written and oral communication skills • Good standard of IT skills • Participate in ongoing training for continued professional development (organizational & professional) • Self-motivated, organised and professional • Portray a positive attitude Desirable skills: • Successfully completed Alim/Alima course or a similar Islamic course • Successfully completed Hifz course • Successfully completed Qiraat course Benefits: • Ongoing training will be provided • A team of highly enthusiastic individuals will be working with you to assist, support and guide • Opportunity to work for an organisation with sound grounds and well known presence in the community • Highly competitive remuneration package available for the right candidate Selection Process: • Candidates will be shortlisted using the job description and personal specifications • References will be taken up (at least one from the previous employer) • Clarifications will be sought on any discrepancies • Either face-to-face or telephone interview will be conducted • Any offers made will be subject to a clear enhanced DBS check and completion of mandatory e-modules prior to starting the job Education: GCSE or equivalent (Preferred) Language: English (Required) Hours of work: This role involves working Monday to Friday from 4:30pm - 7:45pm. Pay: Negotiable depending on experience and qualifications Holiday entitlement: 28 days holiday per annum (pro rata) Next Steps: After receiving the application, strong candidates will be interviewed. Successful candidates will be given a conditional offer. Start Date: As soon as clear enhanced DBS is received, and Mandatory online modules have been completed by the candidate. Application packs will be e-mailed to interested individuals.
: Quran and Islamic Studies Tutor
Part Time

Quran and Islamic Studies Tutor

Redbrick Academy Oldham is a unique Ofsted-registered childcare centre providing Islamic and academic education as part of our service.

Redbrick Academy

Posted 20-Nov-2023

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Address Line 1 Redbrick Academy Longsight Business Park Hamilton Road Manchester M13 0PD
City Manchester
Website https://www.redbrickacademy.co.uk/
Closing Date 01-Jan-2025
Interview/Start Date 02-Jan-2025
Gender Any
SalaryNegotiable
Language: English
Eligible to work in:
Work Time Monday to Friday
Pension Provision no
Confidential no

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Redbrick Academy Oldham is a unique Ofsted-registered childcare centre providing Islamic and academic education as part of our service.

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Role & Responsibilities: Promote and guide the students to achieve their full potential in all Islamic subjects. Expected to maintain and prioritise own workload in line with the centres objectives. Effectively achieve set targets in line with the centres expectations. Comply with all policies, legislation and all codes of practice of Raising Explorers. Establish ground rules that underpin appropriate behaviour and respect for others. Qualifications and Skills Person specification Essential qualities: Excellent knowledge of Tajweed (Necessary) Excellent knowledge of Islamic Studies Experience of working in a teaching role at Masjid, Maktab or Madrassa, exceptional candidates with less experience are also welcome to apply. Passionate about raising achievement and providing the best possible Islamic education for all children. Ability to work on own initiative and identify new opportunities. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Self-motivated, organised and professional. Portray a positive attitude. UK candidates only Desirable: Successfully completed Aalim/Aalimah/Hifz course or a similar Islamic course.
School Administrator
Part Time

Quran & Islamic Studies Teacher

Al-Ehsan Academy is a dynamic and vibrant institute for children and adults. The Academy has been associated with Hounslow Jamia Masjid and Islamic Centre for over fifteen years and has a distinguished history. Children have the opportunity to experience the widest range of enriching opportunities providing them with a broad and balanced Islamic education. We want our boys and girls to develop into model citizens and Muslims according to the traditions and teachings of Islam. Our Aims are to provide: a challenging and stimulating Islamic education. a friendly and supportive environment . To develop a helpful and committed attitude to their School and the community. respect for self and others . involvement in co-curricular activities skills for life at school and beyond. We are always looking for qualified male and female Quran teachers who have ijaza to teach and speak fluent English.

Al-Ehsan Academy

Posted 30-May-2024

Negotiable

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Address Line 1 367 Wellington Road South, Hounslow
City Hounslow
Website https://www.hounslowmasjid.co.uk/al-ehsan-academy/
Closing Date 30-Jun-2024
Interview/Start Date 23-Jul-2024
Gender Any
SalaryNegotiable
Language: English
Eligible to work in: United Kingdom
Pension Provision no
Confidential no

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Al-Ehsan Academy is a dynamic and vibrant institute for children and adults. The Academy has been associated with Hounslow Jamia Masjid and Islamic Centre for over fifteen years and has a distinguished history. Children have the opportunity to experience the widest range of enriching opportunities providing them with a broad and balanced Islamic education. We want our boys and girls to develop into model citizens and Muslims according to the traditions and teachings of Islam. Our Aims are to provide:
  • a challenging and stimulating Islamic education.
  • a friendly and supportive environment .
To develop
  • a helpful and committed attitude to their School and the community.
  • respect for self and others .
  • involvement in co-curricular activities
  • skills for life at school and beyond.
We are always looking for qualified male and female Quran teachers who have ijaza to teach and speak fluent English.

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Al-Ehsan Academy is looking to recruit a male and female Quran & Islamic Studies teacher in our school in West London (TW4). We are seeking highly motivated teachers with experience of teaching Quran & Islamic Studies to join our team. The applicant must possess the following: Ability to read and teach Quran with Tajweed (Preferable have a sanad) Fluent in English Experience of teaching adults and youngsters Good communication skills Excellent interpersonal skills Strong initiative, negotiation and influencing skills Ability to encourage and inspire the students to love the Quran and the religion. To teach children to learn about the basics of Islam and to inspire them to be better Muslims. Punctual and reliable Manage children’s learning and behaviour following the Academy’s policy and procedures. Ability to deliver sessions in a creative and engaging manner.
Quran / Islamic Studies Teacher (Saturday only, East London)
Full Time

Quran / Islamic Studies Teacher (Saturday only, East London)

Fussilat Academy, established in September 2017, is an online and onsite Islamic school (maktab) providing classes for children (5+) and adults (18+). We have a unique approach to teaching with a focus of instilling Tarbiyah through practical and engaging lessons. We create bespoke content and provide development opportunities for students and teachers.

Fussilat Academy

Posted 20-Nov-2023

Negotiable

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Address Line 1 Warren Sports Centre Warren School, Whalebone Ln N, Romford, RM6 65B
City Ramford
Website https://fussilatacademy.co.uk/
Closing Date 01-Jan-2025
Interview/Start Date 02-Jan-2025
Gender Male
SalaryNegotiable
Language: English
Eligible to work in: United Kingdom
Hours Per Week 3.5 Hours
Pension Provision no
Confidential no

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Fussilat Academy, established in September 2017, is an online and onsite Islamic school (maktab) providing classes for children (5+) and adults (18+). We have a unique approach to teaching with a focus of instilling Tarbiyah through practical and engaging lessons. We create bespoke content and provide development opportunities for students and teachers.
Imam & Community Liaison
Full Time

Madrasa Teacher

Darul Ummah Goresbrook

Posted 01-Jan-2024

Negotiable

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Address Line 1 36 Maplestead Road
City Dagenham RM9
Website https://darulummahgoresbrook.org.uk/
Closing Date 01-Feb-2024
Interview/Start Date 02-Mar-2024
Gender
SalaryNegotiable
Language: English
Eligible to work in: United Kingdom
Pension Provision no
Confidential no

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Imam & Community Liaison
Full Time

Imam & Community Liaison

*YOU MUST HAVE PERMISSION TO WORK IN THE UK TO APPLY* We are looking for an inspirational qualified scholar who will be leading on the development and delivery of a comprehensive range of new and exciting services to meet the religious, spiritual, and educational needs of our new centre with special focus on young people. You will have excellent people skills and have the confidence and ability to engage with people from all walks of life. SKILLS & REQUIREMENTS Have a strong understanding of Islam and Muslims in the UK. Have experience of developing religious services. Be a graduate in Islamic Sciences and fluent in English and Arabic. Have experience of public speaking and charisma. Be flexible in working hours, which will include some weekends and public holidays. Any offer of employment will be subject to safer recruitment checks including satisfactory enhanced DBS clearance and references. This post is open to men only and is exempt under the Sex Discrimination Act 7(2) (d) and (e). For any enquiries or more information please contact us. *YOU MUST HAVE PERMISSION TO WORK IN THE UK TO APPLY* Please only apply if you are able easily travel to and from the location. Any applications from candidates that do not have permission to work in the UK will be automatically rejected. Job Types: Part-time, Full-time Salary: £22,000.00-£25,000.00 per year Schedule: Monday to Friday Weekend availability Application question(s): Would you be able to reliably commute to Dagenham, London every work day? Do you CURRENTLY have permission to work in the UK? Work Location: In person

Darul Ummah Goresbrook

Posted 10-Oct-2023

Negotiable

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Address Line 1 36 Maplestead Road,
City Dagenham RM9
Website https://darulummahgoresbrook.org.uk/
Closing Date 01-Jan-2025
Interview/Start Date 02-Jan-2025
Gender Male
SalaryNegotiable
Language:
Eligible to work in: United Kingdom
Pension Provision no
Confidential no

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*YOU MUST HAVE PERMISSION TO WORK IN THE UK TO APPLY* We are looking for an inspirational qualified scholar who will be leading on the development and delivery of a comprehensive range of new and exciting services to meet the religious, spiritual, and educational needs of our new centre with special focus on young people. You will have excellent people skills and have the confidence and ability to engage with people from all walks of life. SKILLS & REQUIREMENTS
  • Have a strong understanding of Islam and Muslims in the UK.
  • Have experience of developing religious services.
  • Be a graduate in Islamic Sciences and fluent in English and Arabic.
  • Have experience of public speaking and charisma.
  • Be flexible in working hours, which will include some weekends and public holidays.
Any offer of employment will be subject to safer recruitment checks including satisfactory enhanced DBS clearance and references. This post is open to men only and is exempt under the Sex Discrimination Act 7(2) (d) and (e). For any enquiries or more information please contact us. *YOU MUST HAVE PERMISSION TO WORK IN THE UK TO APPLY* Please only apply if you are able easily travel to and from the location. Any applications from candidates that do not have permission to work in the UK will be automatically rejected. Job Types: Part-time, Full-time Salary: £22,000.00-£25,000.00 per year Schedule:
  • Monday to Friday
  • Weekend availability
Application question(s):
  • Would you be able to reliably commute to Dagenham, London every work day?
  • Do you CURRENTLY have permission to work in the UK?
Work Location: In person
Qualified Female Teacher for Quran & Islamic Education
Part Time

Women’s Refuge Support Worker (BAME)

Company description The EHUK project, part of the charity Muslim Welfare House, is a chain of women’s refuges specialising in supporting and housing BAME victims. The project was started in 2016 with a refuge in the West Mids, then steadily grew to offer services in London, West Yorkshire and South Yorkshire. We take pride in offering culturally and religiously sensitive services and accommodation to victims from many different backgrounds. We are members of Women’s Aid and work alongside many different professional agencies. Job description Description: This role requires an exceptional individual who wants to make a difference. As a Refuge Worker, you will be responsible for providing high quality practical and emotional support to survivors of domestic violence and their children living in our refuges. You will support with the smooth running of the refuge, including the admission of survivors of domestic violence and other contexts to the refuge. You will also assess and advise on their entitlement to welfare and housing benefits and housing management. You will develop support plans for each resident and aid them to obtain permanent accommodation. The successful candidate will have evidence of strong casework management skills, good written and verbal communication, and an understanding of the importance of maintaining professional boundaries. You will be required to bring safeguarding children or vulnerable adults to the immediate attention of the service manager, or if unavailable another manager. Direct experience of providing support to women is essential as is a current understanding of legislation relating to domestic violence including civil/criminal legislation and welfare rights. The ability to work as part of an on-call rota is essential and occasional evening work in emergency situations. About Us. EHUK is a project of the Muslim Welfare House Trust. We are amongst the leaders in providing supported accommodation for BME and women of faith facing DV and other types of abuse and neglect. We are an expanding organisation in the UK, with our first branch opening in 2015 and currently running four branches across England. We pride ourselves on a family ethic, professional approach to work and relationships within and outside our organisation and supporting women and children who are not only vulnerable due to the abuse they have suffered, but who are also vulnerable due to their insecure visa status and isolation from knowledge of English language and British systems of support. We are proud to be members of Women’s Aid. An enhanced Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) certificate will be required for this role. EHUK and MWHT are committed to quality, equality and diversity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. This post however is restricted to women due to the nature of the role. The Occupational Requirement under Schedule 9 (part 1) of the Equality Act 2010 applies. Main Support Worker duties: To provide general support to residents within a structured key working relationship and to at all times demonstrate an awareness and sensitivity to the support needs of residents. To ensure that women are provided with a high quality service and individual support plans are kept updated. To conduct key work sessions on a regular basis and keep casework records up-to-date and in accordance with Refuge’s requirements. To assess the practical and emotional support needs of residents and to ensure appropriate the referral of residents. To assess benefit requirements of women escaping domestic violence and to ensure prompt take up of housing and other benefits. To welcome new arrivals showing around premises, settling into accommodation, providing information, explaining house rules, fire regulations, health and safety, signing of documentation e.g. residents’ licence agreement and being available to answer any queries and to deal with concerns. To prepare rooms for new residents. To keep and monitor all inventories and obtain resident signatures on admission and exit from EHUK. To arrange for the provision of legal advice as required and accompany women to appointments where appropriate, by arrangement with the line manager. To arrange regular house meetings and seek resident feedback, keeping clear minutes and records of all residents’ comments and concerns, and of outcomes in conjunction with the line manager. To refer residents to specialist agencies where appropriate as part of their support plan. To make risk assessments (dash) in relation to service users; to act upon and inform the line manager of any risks. To communicate immediately with the line manager any breaches of security, house rules or licence agreements especially where there is concern about safety or safeguarding. With residents, explore and assess their housing needs and inform them of housing options. Advocate on their behalf presenting their cases as required. To keep up to date with literature on domestic violence as well as the effects of domestic violence e.g. through reading and training. To ensure that all women and children are able to access a quality service in accordance with EHUK equal opportunities policy. To bring any problems in accessing the service to the attention of the manager. To ensure that any issues in relation to Child Protection matters are brought to the immediate attention of the line manager. To ensure that rent payments and service charges are collected promptly, properly receipted and secured in the allocated place. To carry out regular fire and health and safety checks in accordance with EHUK policies and procedures. To carry out risk assessment in respect of property and report any required action points to the line manager. To control access to the refuge when on duty and remind residents to keep building secure when staff are not present. To check daily and ensure efficient working of any entry phone system and effective operation of any security television systems. To ensure that all equipment i.e. fridges, washing machines, cookers, heating, furniture etc. are in safe working order and for periodic testing and maintenance as required by the manager. Ensure that emergency lighting is working and regularly check the safety condition of any children’s play facilities. Ensure fire equipment and fire doors are in working order and not obstructed. To ensure that residents follow the cleaning and bin rotas and change the rota when a resident arrives or leaves. To clean and prepare vacant rooms with fresh bedding etc for re-letting, personally carry out cleaning when required and other light manual duties as needed. To undertake petty cash responsibilities as required by the line manager. To provide any reports or monitoring statistics as required. To ensure that the office doors and filing cabinets are secured on leaving the building and during working hours. To work within the confines of confidentiality and ensure that professional boundaries are always maintained when working with residents, staff and external bodies. To ensure that security of sensitive information and data is maintained. To attend any meetings or training either internal or external as requested by the line manager. To work within and implement all EHUK policies and procedures, especially those on Individual Support, User Involvement, Health and Safety, Equal Opportunities, Confidentiality and Security. To report any problems/difficulties/complaints to the line manager as soon as possible. To carry out any other duties that may be required by the line manager.

Muslim Welfare House (EHUK Project)

Posted 20-Oct-2023

Negotiable

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Address Line 1 233 Seven Sisters Road
City London N4 2DA
Website https://mwht.org.uk/
Closing Date 01-Jan-2025
Interview/Start Date 02-Jan-2025
Gender Any
SalaryNegotiable
Language: English
Eligible to work in: United Kingdom
Hours Per Week 10 – 15 per week Hours
Pension Provision no
Confidential no

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Company description The EHUK project, part of the charity Muslim Welfare House, is a chain of women’s refuges specialising in supporting and housing BAME victims. The project was started in 2016 with a refuge in the West Mids, then steadily grew to offer services in London, West Yorkshire and South Yorkshire. We take pride in offering culturally and religiously sensitive services and accommodation to victims from many different backgrounds. We are members of Women’s Aid and work alongside many different professional agencies. Job description Description: This role requires an exceptional individual who wants to make a difference. As a Refuge Worker, you will be responsible for providing high quality practical and emotional support to survivors of domestic violence and their children living in our refuges. You will support with the smooth running of the refuge, including the admission of survivors of domestic violence and other contexts to the refuge. You will also assess and advise on their entitlement to welfare and housing benefits and housing management. You will develop support plans for each resident and aid them to obtain permanent accommodation. The successful candidate will have evidence of strong casework management skills, good written and verbal communication, and an understanding of the importance of maintaining professional boundaries. You will be required to bring safeguarding children or vulnerable adults to the immediate attention of the service manager, or if unavailable another manager. Direct experience of providing support to women is essential as is a current understanding of legislation relating to domestic violence including civil/criminal legislation and welfare rights. The ability to work as part of an on-call rota is essential and occasional evening work in emergency situations. About Us. EHUK is a project of the Muslim Welfare House Trust. We are amongst the leaders in providing supported accommodation for BME and women of faith facing DV and other types of abuse and neglect. We are an expanding organisation in the UK, with our first branch opening in 2015 and currently running four branches across England. We pride ourselves on a family ethic, professional approach to work and relationships within and outside our organisation and supporting women and children who are not only vulnerable due to the abuse they have suffered, but who are also vulnerable due to their insecure visa status and isolation from knowledge of English language and British systems of support. We are proud to be members of Women’s Aid. An enhanced Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) certificate will be required for this role. EHUK and MWHT are committed to quality, equality and diversity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. This post however is restricted to women due to the nature of the role. The Occupational Requirement under Schedule 9 (part 1) of the Equality Act 2010 applies. Main Support Worker duties: To provide general support to residents within a structured key working relationship and to at all times demonstrate an awareness and sensitivity to the support needs of residents. To ensure that women are provided with a high quality service and individual support plans are kept updated. To conduct key work sessions on a regular basis and keep casework records up-to-date and in accordance with Refuge’s requirements. To assess the practical and emotional support needs of residents and to ensure appropriate the referral of residents. To assess benefit requirements of women escaping domestic violence and to ensure prompt take up of housing and other benefits. To welcome new arrivals showing around premises, settling into accommodation, providing information, explaining house rules, fire regulations, health and safety, signing of documentation e.g. residents’ licence agreement and being available to answer any queries and to deal with concerns. To prepare rooms for new residents. To keep and monitor all inventories and obtain resident signatures on admission and exit from EHUK. To arrange for the provision of legal advice as required and accompany women to appointments where appropriate, by arrangement with the line manager. To arrange regular house meetings and seek resident feedback, keeping clear minutes and records of all residents’ comments and concerns, and of outcomes in conjunction with the line manager. To refer residents to specialist agencies where appropriate as part of their support plan. To make risk assessments (dash) in relation to service users; to act upon and inform the line manager of any risks. To communicate immediately with the line manager any breaches of security, house rules or licence agreements especially where there is concern about safety or safeguarding. With residents, explore and assess their housing needs and inform them of housing options. Advocate on their behalf presenting their cases as required. To keep up to date with literature on domestic violence as well as the effects of domestic violence e.g. through reading and training. To ensure that all women and children are able to access a quality service in accordance with EHUK equal opportunities policy. To bring any problems in accessing the service to the attention of the manager. To ensure that any issues in relation to Child Protection matters are brought to the immediate attention of the line manager. To ensure that rent payments and service charges are collected promptly, properly receipted and secured in the allocated place. To carry out regular fire and health and safety checks in accordance with EHUK policies and procedures. To carry out risk assessment in respect of property and report any required action points to the line manager. To control access to the refuge when on duty and remind residents to keep building secure when staff are not present. To check daily and ensure efficient working of any entry phone system and effective operation of any security television systems. To ensure that all equipment i.e. fridges, washing machines, cookers, heating, furniture etc. are in safe working order and for periodic testing and maintenance as required by the manager. Ensure that emergency lighting is working and regularly check the safety condition of any children’s play facilities. Ensure fire equipment and fire doors are in working order and not obstructed. To ensure that residents follow the cleaning and bin rotas and change the rota when a resident arrives or leaves. To clean and prepare vacant rooms with fresh bedding etc for re-letting, personally carry out cleaning when required and other light manual duties as needed. To undertake petty cash responsibilities as required by the line manager. To provide any reports or monitoring statistics as required. To ensure that the office doors and filing cabinets are secured on leaving the building and during working hours. To work within the confines of confidentiality and ensure that professional boundaries are always maintained when working with residents, staff and external bodies. To ensure that security of sensitive information and data is maintained. To attend any meetings or training either internal or external as requested by the line manager. To work within and implement all EHUK policies and procedures, especially those on Individual Support, User Involvement, Health and Safety, Equal Opportunities, Confidentiality and Security. To report any problems/difficulties/complaints to the line manager as soon as possible. To carry out any other duties that may be required by the line manager.

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