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Third Sector Referral Coordinator x2 (Mental Health and Wellbeing) part-time

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Do you want to make a difference to people living with mental health or mental wellbeing issues?

We are looking for 2 x Third Sector Referral Coordinators (one to cover Allerdale & Copeland districts and one to cover Carlisle & Eden districts), who will be supported by Teams at Keswick & Solway or Carlisle Network ICC Hubs & working remotely.

Director of Client Services

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Location: Lancaster (with travel to centres at Kendal and Barrow)

A rare opportunity has arisen to join CancerCare as the new Director of Client Services (30hrs).

The role is a broad and exciting one with the overarching responsibility to lead and develop the charity’s client services function for adults, children & young people helping us deliver an effective and efficient service to local people whose lives have been affected by cancer or bereavement.

Development Assistant

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37.5 hours

 Cumbria Community Foundation addresses disadvantage across the county by encouraging philanthropy from a wide range of public, corporate and individual donors, and making life-changing grants with the income. We have ambitious targets for growing our endowment and the Development Team is responsible for this.

Independent Chair – Cumbria Third Sector Network (PT)

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Cumbria Third Sector Network has been the voice of local voluntary and community sector organisations for nearly 15 years. We are currently undertaking a significant refresh of the network structure in order to adapt to recent changes within the third sector and our wider operating environment, and to build on learning from the Coronavirus pandemic.

We appoint an “independent” Chair to lead Cumbria Third Sector Network – someone with a strong interest in the voluntary and community sector and a clear understanding of its strengths and value, but who has no significant conflicts of interest that would compromise their ability to speak on behalf of the sector as a whole.