BIAS Training Contract Comunity Advice Worker December 2018
The Brent Irish Advisory Service (BIAS) has supported London’s largest Irish Community in Brent for over forty years.
Community Advice Worker (1 Ft Trainee contract 6-8 months £16-18000 per year).
This is a opportunity for someone who has worked in a community related back ground to gain experience in an advice service setting within an Irish Charity.
The post is subject to Section 5.2(d) of the Race Relations Act 1976 applies (Irish person or Irish background).
BIAS is a small charity but makes a real difference helping turn people’s lives around and going the extra mile. The main problems we deal with relate to housing, welfare and poor health within our community. We believe passionately that the Irish community should be supported to access rights and entitlements to services. You will need to have strong people skills as you will be working with a small, but friendly staff team and excellent organisational abilities to ensure project deadlines are achieved. The role will also supporting our Active Ageing Thursday Club occasionally. This post will be reviewed subject to performance , funding for continuation.
For more information please see the Job Descriptions (above attached to this advert. We encourage all applicants to tailor their Covering Letters to the vacancy/JD they are applying for to be considered for the position. The covering letter should be no more than two sides, please also include CV. Please use transferable skills to address as many areas relating to the Job application. Please send email to [email protected] or by post: Brent Irish Advisory Service, 379-381 High Road, Willesden, London, NW10 2JR
The deadline is Friday 28th December 2018. It is anticipated that interviews will take place early January 2019.
If you have not heard from us within 28 days this means that you have not been successful in selection and we thank you for your interest. Unfortunately ,we will not be able to provide feedback.
We would like to appointment a dynamic, enthusiastic persons to provide a hands on approach to the delivery of BIAS front line projects and looking at development opportunities for BIAS.
BIAS has three exciting posts:
Community Advice Worker (1 Ft & 1 PT posts)
Active Ageing Sessional Worker (PT)
BIAS is a small charity but makes a real difference helping turn people’s lives around and going the extra mile. The main problems we deal with relate to housing, welfare and poor health within our community. We believe passionately that the Irish community should be supported to access rights and entitlements to services. You will need to have strong people skills as you will be working with a small, but friendly staff team and excellent organisational abilities to ensure project deadlines are achieved.
BIAS actively encourages and supports volunteers in the delivery of our services. We deliver our support through our welfare advice drop-in service and through our Active Ageing Thursday Club. The above role is subject to funding and is reviewed on an annual basis and supported by the Emigrant Support Programme Trade Ireland.
For further information please see job description below: Please either tailor your covering letters to the job description and enclosing your CV or apply with application pack below:
Brent Irish Advisory Service (BIAS)
London – close to Dollis Hill tube station and regular bus routes
Part-time (1 day a week) possible flexibility on day
Salary £26,000-£28,000 (pro rata) dependent on experience
We are a small friendly charity based in Willesden and we are looking for an experienced finance officer, who has preferably worked in the voluntary sector, to record our financial transactions on computer. To prepare and process our small payroll and help with our annual audit. Over the last year our service made a real difference to people’s lives helping the most vulnerable access over £500,000 in additional welfare entitlements.
You will have experience of working in a small but friendly team and familiar with accounting software, preferably Quickbooks. You will have at least two years previous experience working in an accounting environment. Attention to detail is critical as is ensuring that deadlines are met. This is a key role in the organisation requiring high levels of trust and reliability. It will suit a mature-minded person and is suitable for someone requiring flexible part time work. You will report directly to the Director.
Your main day to day duties will include:-
- Prepare monthly payroll and HMRC tax
- Setting up BIAS auto-enrolment pension providers and monthly payments.
- Assisting with audit preparation and liaise with auditors for yearly accounts
- Monitor individual project budgets and report to funders
- The full JD and can be found here to be downloaded JD Finance Officer MMCG
- If you would like to be considered for this opportunity, please forward a copy of your CV together with a covering letter indicating your suitability for the position to [email protected] The deadline for submission of applications is 8.00 a.m Monday 24th October 2018