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Programme Manager Health Prevention FTC

£36,000 per annum

Job Description

Programme Manager – Health Prevention (FTC)
Home based

About Us

Perennial is the nation's only charity dedicated to helping people in horticulture. Together with our network of partners, we provide free support, information, advice, financial assistance and services for horticulturalists and their loved ones experiencing illness, disability, bereavement, family breakdown and financial difficulties.

We have a real focus on improving the health and wellbeing outcomes of people working in horticulture and have an ambitious preventative strategy to create better futures for people working in horticulture.

We are now looking for a Programme Manager to join our team for a two year fixed-term contract and develop and deliver new health and wellbeing programmes.

The Benefits

- Salary of c.£36,000 per annum
- 25 days’ holiday per annum, plus Bank Holidays (increasing with long service)
- Pension
- DIS benefit (3x salary)
- Sick pay
- Comprehensive benefits package
- Well-established family friendly policies, including the ability to have extra unpaid leave
- Time off for dependants

This is a rare opportunity for a high calibre health promotion and prevention professional with an impressive programme management track record to harness their expertise to make a real difference to horticulturalists’ lives.

In this new role, you will have the chance to design vital programmes from a blank canvas and implement them with a high degree of autonomy, putting your stamp on our organisation.

Your vital work will help to reduce the effects of existing health problems affecting those in the horticultural industry, brightening their lives and supporting them in their time of need.

The Role

As the Programme Manager, you will design and develop a range of health programmes and a long-term preventative health strategy.

Informed by credible research evidence, you will create and develop health and wellbeing programmes, including events, activities and volunteer recruitment. You will raise awareness of key health issues and improve the way health information is communicated, distributed and accessed.

You will oversee the identification and evaluation of contributory factors, as well as developing influential partnerships and monitoring and evaluating the progress of your programmes.

About You

To be considered as our Programme Manager, you will need:

- At least three years’ experience in health promotion and/or prevention work
- Experience of developing strategic plans and overseeing their successful implementation
- Experience of designing, developing, delivering and evaluating health and wellbeing initiatives and training
- A successful track record of developing successful, effective partnerships and co-production of programmes at scale
- Experience of giving oral presentations
- Experience of working with volunteers and implementing volunteer programmes
- Relevant health promotion knowledge of health education strategies and priorities
- An understanding of safeguarding practice and the ability to apply this in practice
- A qualification in public health or health promotion

This is a full-time role, working 37.5 hours per week, for a two year fixed-term contract and will involve some weekend work and overnight stays.

Other organisations may call this role Programme Lead, Health Prevention Project Manager, Horticultural Health and Wellbeing Project Manager, Health Project Manager, Wellbeing Project Manager, or Preventative Health Project Manager.

Webrecruit and Perennial are equal opportunities employers, value diversity and are strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and all applicants for employment. Equal opportunities are the only acceptable way to conduct business and we believe that the more inclusive our environments are, the better our work will be.

So, if you want to effect positive health and wellbeing change in an otherwise neglected industry as our Programme Manager, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.


Team Leader Outreach Worker

Team Leader Outreach Worker

Salary: £31,000 per annum
Location: Ealing
Level: Experienced
Deadline: 08/06/2022 23:59
Hours: 37.5
Benefits: 27 days holiday; buy and sell annual leave programme; PerkBox; Health Cash Plan and more
Job Type: Permanent

We are delighted to be expanding our services in the London Borough of Ealing and are now recruiting staff for an exciting new Community support service for those who cannot or do not want to access refuge but who need support because of domestic violence. As a result, we are now looking for an experienced Team Leader to join this new team.

About the Service

The new Ealing Reach Out service will provide one to one support services to victims/survivors in safe accommodation other than refuge settings, including:


  • In temporary local authority provided accommodation
  • Working women in temporary accommodation (including staying with extended family or friends)
  • Male victims/survivors
  • Transgender victims/survivors
  • Women with large families
  • BAME women

The service will provide a range of support that offers Ealing residents a personalised pathway away from domestic violence and abuse and builds on their strengths and aspirations for the future.

Candidates interested in applying should attach a cover letter outlining how they meet the essential criteria specified in the job ad as well as how they think they meet Housing for Women’s EPIC values.

Housing for Women is an independent organisation and we support women in London to challenge the inequalities they face. As a charity and a registered housing association, we are proud to have housed London’s women for 85 years; providing secure, affordable housing and related services to help them make the most of the opportunities they have.

Overall Aim

To provide high-quality support to a caseload of women with problematic substance misuse and/or mental health issues living in our refuge accommodation. Ensuring provision of a safe, supportive and welcoming environment and supporting the resettlement process when women move on.

To be responsible for implementing a range of interventions and support measures as part of an integrated package of health, therapeutic and social support to women with complex needs living in refuge accommodation.

To work in partnership with local and national services to improve and achieve best outcomes for the women.

To deliver support services for Housing for Women within the standards and contract assessment and monitoring framework set out by our commissioners and funders.

Key Responsibilities


  • Responsible for the delivery of high-quality services, ensuring effective reporting to the Manager as appropriate
  • Responsible for effective risk management
  • Responsible for high standards of customer care
  • To act in accordance with the values and aims of Housing for Women
  • To promote and implement Housing for Women’s policies and procedures

Role Experience, Knowledge and Skills Profile

  • Minimum of 3 years’ experience of working with vulnerable people, particularly women affected by domestic abuse and sexual violence
  • Experience of supporting adults with problematic substance misuse issues and/or mental health issues
  • Experience of working in a regulated environment, an understanding of Health and Safety procedures pertaining to supported housing and managing risks
  • Experience of key working, support planning, risk assessing and management as well as safety planning
  • Knowledge of safeguarding and reporting procedures for both adults and children
  • Experience of multi-agency partnership working
  • Experience and understanding of confidentiality, data protection and professional boundaries
  • A good level of knowledge of domestic and sexual abuse and how it affects survivors and children
  • The ability to be compassionate and empathetic to service users who have experienced trauma
  • Educated to NVQ III, A level standard or equivalent
  • Good standard of literacy & numeracy
  • Recognised qualification in harm reduction, IDVA/ISVA
  • A thorough understanding of and a commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion as well as anti-discriminatory practice
  • A flexible approach
  • A commitment to the values, vision and objectives of Housing for Women’s culture of continuous service improvement
  • Current driving license and use of vehicle when on duty rota
  • Ability to take part on out of hours support rota
  • Relevant training and qualification in the field of domestic violence or similar is desirable

To apply for the role of Team Leader Outreach Worker, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.

Weekend Chef

We are looking for a Weekend Chef to join a lovely, Dementia Care Home for older adults.

Location: Walthamstow, Greater London.

Salary: £10.50 per hour.

Job Type: Part-time, 14-hours per week, Saturday & Sunday 7am – 2pm.

We are recruiting on behalf of a 22-bedded residential care home for older adults. As Chef/Cook, you will play a vital role in providing nutritional needs to residents. There are no other kitchen staff team, so it is imperative that you work well on your own and you can prioritise your time well. You will be preparing meals, ensure the cleanliness of the kitchen, cooking to meet dietary requirements, and helping to develop balanced, wholesome menus. Good food makes everyone feel better, so the role of the kitchen is vital in keeping the residents well-nourished and happy.


  • Level 2 Food Hygiene Certificate.

  • Knowledge of Health & Safety legislation including COSHH regulations.

  • Ideally experienced in creating pureed diet. Excellent technical cooking skills & experience creating varied, balanced menus.

To find out more about this Chef job vacancy and to apply, then please click on apply or please call Steve on 0113 4166 900.

Social Care & Education Jobs are the UK’s leading Permanent Recruitment experts for the Health & Social Care & Residential sector. We are bespoke, unique and a trusted, valued, recruitment partner for candidates and Providers across the UK. We will always manage your application professionally and with the strictest of confidence. We love what we do, we want you to love what we do too!


We are recruiting for a full-time, Housekeeper close to the Bristol area of Avon. This job vacancy is based approximately a 15-minute commute from the centre of Bristol via Redland Road and the A4044.

We are recruiting on behalf of one of the UK’s biggest providers of education, care and support for children and young people living with Special Educational Needs (SEN) and disabilities. They have an impressive network of schools, colleges, and residential homes where all their talented teamwork with specialists to enable every young person to develop their abilities and create a positive future.

Your Role

As their Housekeeper, you would be part of our friendly and enthusiastic team and would be working at a supported living and learning environment for young adults living with Learning Disabilities aged over 19. You will be key in ensuring that the service is cleaned to the highest standard. Your role will include:

  • Ensure the property is clean and fit for purpose.
  • Vacuum cleaning and mopping floors.
  • Wiping furniture down and polishing.
  • Emptying and cleaning bins.
  • Replenishing janitorial supplies in toilets.
  • Reporting any defects/hazards.
  • Cook lunch on a Tuesday as per agreed menu.
  • Checking/closing windows after work and ensuring building is secure.   

Key Information & Criteria

  • £17,132 per annum (FTE £21,415 per annum).
  • Part-time hours, 32-hours per week (16-hour job share can also be considered).
  • Experience in a cleaner/housekeeper role – essential.
  • You must have high standards for cleanliness.
  • Good attention to detail & able to work as part of a team and on your own.
  • Good time management skills - essential.
  • Good communication skills & bubbly personality.


This is an amazing place to work, not only for the work that they do, but for the location in which you do it too. If you are an experienced Housekeeper, we would love to speak to you and tell you more about this job vacancy.

Social Care & Education Jobs are the UK’s leading Permanent Recruitment experts for the Health & Social Care sector. We are bespoke, unique and a trusted, valued, recruitment partner for candidates and Providers across the UK. We will always handle your application professionally and with the strictest of confidence. We love what we do, we want you to love what we do too!