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Administration and Finance Manager

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Triple A is a young, highly respected and growing autism-specific charity, based in central Penrith and working across Cumbria.  To achieve our ambition, we are looking to recruit an experienced, talented and committed:

 Administration and Finance Manager

15 flexible hours per week

Eskdale Mill Manager

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We are seeking a self-motivated person to manage our newly refurbished mill, provide a welcoming visitor experience and engage volunteers.

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 Eskdale Mill is a Grade II* listed water mill that is undergoing a £1 million restoration and interpretation project thanks to a National Lottery grant (Heritage Lottery Fund) and other grants. The site will be re-opened to the public in the summer of 2019 and we need a dynamic and enthusiastic Mill Manager to take charge of its day-to-day running and on-going conservation.

Third Sector Representative for the Cumbria Health and Wellbeing Board

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Cumbria Health and Wellbeing Board exists to provide strategic leadership and promote closer integration of health and care, through partners working together to ensure that everyone in Cumbria is able to benefit from improvements in health and well-being.

Cumbria Health and Wellbeing Board has recently revised its terms of reference to include a third sector (voluntary, community and social enterprise sector).

Third Sector Deputy Chair

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Cumbria has a large and vibrant third sector, made up of organisations that play a huge role in the life of Cumbrian communities. These organisations range from community groups run entirely by volunteers to large local charities and social enterprises, some of which employ several hundred staff and have a multi-million pound turnover each year. From the volunteers running our village halls and mountain rescue teams, to the specialist staff working in our hospices and children’s centres, life in Cumbria quite simply wouldn’t be the same without them. The people of Cumbria are at the core – people giving and receiving support, and increasing sustainability of our local economies, environment, culture and heritage.