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LBN's July E-Newsletter is now available!

The BME Express

Edition 17

    Bringing you 
all the latest sector news.

Dear readers we hope you are enjoying our newsletters, please don't forget to send us your feedback.

The newsletter is for our members and readers to receive quality information on latest trends, policies and opportunities. In future editions, we will be introducing a readers section, allowing opportunities for our readers to air any concerns and issues they may have or to share hints and tips on other reader's issues and concerns.

 

If you wish to submit an article please have your submissions in by the last week of each month.

Email your article to: office@lancashirebmenetwork.org.uk


 





LBN's Anonymous Community Insider
 
"And so it is decided"

A Campaign was developed, people took sides, and a democratic vote was undertaken. Whether you were a believer in the Leave, or the Remain campaign, the time has passed. Democracy has worked and we have a result; one that will possibly create as much instability and uncertainty as it will answer the questions that voters asked. At this stage nobody quite knows what the future looks like.

Now is the time to rally together, to unite and to make the decision work - there will be challenging and difficult times ahead for the sector, and for our BME communities and we are best served as a united voice. Hate crime may be more blatant than previously seen, it may be more physical than previously seen, and it may be indiscriminate; all BME communities will be susceptible to it. 

We need to stick together, to support other BME communities (including migrant populations and Europeans who live here), and we need to take the sensible approach. 

Logic and empathy will overcome evil in the end. 
 

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Looking for a job??

LBN can help you with Cv's, interview preparation, job search, carer's advice and much more! Book an appointment now with one of our specialist employment workers who work across Lancashire.
Call: 01254 392974 or
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Trusthouse Lancashire
 
Would you like to volunteer to make a difference to the lives of people who have been raped or sexually abused?

Trust House Lancashire is a small, busy charity supporting men, women and children who have been raped and sexually abused. We are based in Preston and cover the whole of Lancashire offering counselling, helpline, ISVA (Independent Sexual Violence Advisors) and support groups. We are currently looking for qualified (or in the final stages of qualification) Volunteer Counsellors and particularly people who speak other languages such as: Gujarati, Punjabi and Polish but other languages would be helpful too.
In return you will receive 7 days of training, out of pocket expenses, support and supervision, the chance to meet like-minded people and gain valuable experience. Training will start in July 2016.

Please contact Cathie Jones for more information and an application pack if interested on: 01772 825288 or email cathie.jones@trusthouselancs.org.


AgeUK Lancashire
 
Age of Opportunity Project Manager
Based in Lancashire, actual office to be confirmed
35 hours per week Monday – Friday, 9am-5pm
Starting salary scale SO2 point 32 - £27,322
This post is jointly funded by Big Lottery Fund and the European Social Fund.
Age UK Greater Lancashire CIC has been created through a collaborative partnership of Age UK Lancashire, Age UK Blackburn with Darwen and Age UK Blackpool and District to meet the needs of older people together pan-Lancashire.
Age UK Greater Lancashire CIC is one of the thematic leads for the Age of Opportunity project funded by the Big Lottery and the European Union. This is an exciting three year project, led by Selnet, in collaboration with a number of community partners, to engage with and support people aged 50+ move towards and back into employment in Lancashire.
We are looking for a highly experienced Project Manager with a proven track record in contract and performance management to lead and deliver this programme of work over the next three years, including managing a team of Navigators and an Administrator.
You will need to be an excellent communicator, as collaborative working with a wide range of partners is essential for the success of this project. Experience of managing community projects, including budgets, targets, detailed and high quality monitoring and reporting and effective line management is essential.
This post will be hosted by Age UK Lancashire on behalf of Age UK Greater Lancashire CIC.
Pension: As from 5th February 2014 the organisation’s Group Pension Plan is closed to new employees and will be replaced by auto-enrolment from 1st July 2014 for all eligible employees.
Travel: Travelling expenses will be paid for all journeys required for work, excluding travel from home to base.   The current rates are 45p per mile for the first 10,000 miles per year and 25p per mile thereafter.
The nature of the post will require travel across the area.  A full driving licence, appropriate insurance cover and use of a car is essential. 
Closing date for completed applications: 6th July 2016 at 5pm
Assessment Day: 14th July 2016
Interview date: 19th July 2016
Job pack available at: http://www.ageuk.org.uk/lancashire/work-for-us/employment/age-of-opportunity-project-manager/


Age of Opportunity Navigators
Based in various locations across Lancashire, actual offices to be confirmed
5 posts x 21 hours per week (hours and locations to be agreed)
1 post x 35 hours per week (Monday – Friday, 9am-5pm)
Starting salary scale Scale 5 point 22 - £19,817 pro rata
These posts are jointly funded by Big Lottery Fund and the European Social Fund.
Age UK Greater Lancashire CIC has been created through a collaborative partnership of Age UK Lancashire, Age UK Blackburn with Darwen and Age UK Blackpool and District to meet the needs of older people together pan-Lancashire.
Age UK Greater Lancashire CIC is one of the thematic leads for the Age of Opportunity project funded by the Big Lottery and the European Union. This is an exciting three year project, led by Selnet, in collaboration with a number of community partners, to engage with and support people aged 50+ move towards and back into employment in Lancashire.
We are looking to recruit a highly motivated team of Navigators experienced in supporting vulnerable adults and meeting targets, with sound assessment skills to deliver this work. Each Navigator will carry a caseload within a specific geographical patch within Lancashire.
This post will be hosted by Age UK Lancashire on behalf of Age UK Greater Lancashire CIC.
Pension: As from 5th February 2014 the organisation’s Group Pension Plan is closed to new employees and will be replaced by auto-enrolment from 1st July 2014 for all eligible employees.
Travel: Travelling expenses will be paid for all journeys required for work, excluding travel from home to base.   The current rates are 45p per mile for the first 10,000 miles per year and 25p per mile thereafter.
The nature of the post will require travel across the area.  A full driving licence, appropriate insurance cover and use of a car is essential. 
Closing date for completed applications: 6th July 2016 at 5pm
Interview dates: 19th, 20th and 25th July 2016
Job pack available at: http://www.ageuk.org.uk/lancashire/work-for-us/employment/age-of-opportunity-navigators/
 

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