Location : London

Status : 3-year fixed-term contract

Salary : £140 per day

Closing date : 13/10/2023

Interview date : 01/11/2023

Patient Representative (x2) Carer Representative (x1) – Rehabilitation and Social Faculty (rcpsych.ac.uk)

I am sharing the news of a fully funded capacity building opportunity for organisations who would like to develop new, or strengthen existing, hate crime victim support work.

We are looking for organisations who work with community members affected by hate crime to join a new Mayor of London commissioned project providing expert training and support for participating organisations along with £4,000-£7,000 in financial support

Following a consultation to understand where this support could be most impactful, we are particularly interested in working with organisations supporting Migrants and Refugees, Disabled people, Black African and Afro-Caribbean people, Gypsy, Roma and Travelers (GRT), East and Southeast Asian people, Latin American and Latinx people and LGBTQ+ people.

Over the course of a year our expert team will support each organisation over 9 months through individually tailored support programmes to:           

  1. Increase their awareness and understanding of hate crime among community members who they work with
  2. Feel confident to provide an initial, basic level of victim support to members of their community who report being targeted by hate crime
  3. Build new relationships with stakeholders in police, local and regional authorities, civil society and elsewhere focussed on hate crime victim support and/or prevention
  4. Build sustainability of hate crime victim support and / or hate crime prevention work through developing grant proposals and other fundraising strategies

This support will be tailored to the needs of each organisation but will consist in part of several trainings (such as on hate crime legislation and reporting, victim support, advocacy, and outreach) to support the achievement of the above goals.

Interested parties can find information about the project and the recruitment process at this link.

The application form is online and the deadline for applications is 5pm on Wednesday 25th October 2023, after which suitable applicants will be contacted by our team to arrange interviews.

Digital Conference

Perinatal mental health (PMH) problems affect around 1 in 4 new or expectant mothers, covering a wide range of conditions.* With 40% of deaths within the first year after pregnancy being related to mental health, it’s vital families get the right help at the right time.*

Despite significant increases in funding for specialised Perinatal Mental Health (PMH) services since 2016, clear gaps in services remain. Join Westminster Insight’s Closing the Gaps in Perinatal Mental Health Services digital conference, as we discuss putting PMH and wider services at the heart of communities, ensuring all families receive timely and effective help.

Hear from Zoe Clark-Coates MBE, Co-Chair of the Pregnancy Loss Review, to get the latest updates on the review. Understand how you can provide sensitive care, using appropriate language, to families experiencing loss.

Leaders and experts-by experience, across perinatal and maternity services, mental health, social services, and the third sector will focus on early intervention and holistic PMH support.

Understand how you can improve cultural sensitivity, trust, and participation in services for underserved communities. We will spotlight the experiences of mothers from across Black, South Asian, Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities.

Hear from specialist services for those facing multiple adversities such as poverty, substance misuse, and domestic abuse, to understand how to tailor support for vulnerable women. Get inspiration on best practice from organisations such as Birth Companions, Action on Postpartum Psychosis, and Safe Lives.

We will also look at examples of impactful service provision specifically aimed at supporting fathers and LGBTQ+ parentsScott Mair, Founder of the Fathers Beacon, and Dr Susan Pawlby, Chair of the Brazelton Centre UK, will explore reducing the risks and escalation of perinatal mental health problems, by using a family approach to service provision.

*MBRRACE-UK “Saving Lives Improving Mothers’ Care” report, November 2022

Book now

Location : London

Status : Fixed Term Contract until 31 July 2025

Salary : £140 per day

Closing date : 06/10/2023

Interview date : 23/10/2023

Patient Representative x2 – National Clinical Audit of Psychosis (NCAP) (rcpsych.ac.uk)

The GLA are asking charities with services in London to support them in order to create an online map resource for migrant, refugee and newly arrived communities

With the aim to help them navigate the charities in London in which they can access relevant support to meet their needs.  

By filling out this short survey you will be asked to share information about your charity project, including the activities you do. Your input will greatly contribute to this valuable resource.  

For those who’ve previously submitted their information you will be able to access your previous submission to update or add any information.

To access the survey and for further information, please click here.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch by contacting migrantmapofservices@groundwork.org.uk.


After laying low for a year, the campaign group Charity So White are now rebuilding their campaign and starting fresh with a new perspective. Read their latest blog post here.

Communications & Engagement Officer (Healthwatch)

Apply here: https://www.advocacyproject.org.uk/communications-engagement-officer/

Hours: 37.5 hours per week (see details)
Location: Flexible working (1 to 2 days pw in Brent)
Closing date: 12 noon, 28 September 2023

Salary: £27,251 per annum

This role is to promote Healthwatch to local residents and stakeholders, and encourage people to get involved with our work. You’ll be a skilled communicator, comfortable networking and engaging with a diverse range of local residents. We’re looking for someone who can understand and relate to the diverse population in Brent, Westminster and Kensington & Chelsea.



Nourish Hub in Shepherds Bush (W11 4SS) are currently recruiting for two positions due to our current team members stepping into exciting new positions. These roles are an integral part of our close knit team and a great opportunity for individuals to gain skills and confidence whilst working within their community. 


Kitchen Porter and Cleaner – part time, 2 days per week.

Our Kitchen Porter and Cleaner is responsible for maintaining a high level of cleanliness at the hub. This includes spending time in our pot-wash area organising the kitchen and ensuring all the spaces In the hub are kept at a high standard of cleanliness for our community.

Find our more and how to apply here.


Front of House Supervisor – part time, 2 or 3 days per week

Our Front of House supervisor is the face of our community lunch. They ensure the café operates smoothly Monday-Friday, ready to serve hot drinks and food to guests each day. We need an enthusiastic and organised individual who can ensure our community have a fantastic experience and whilst also helping to promote our services.

Find out more and how to apply here

OETC is a dynamic and growing organisation. To thrive in this environment, you will be an exceptional candidate who demonstrates intellect, personal confidence, excellent interpersonal skills and drive.

The Outreach and Administration Assistant position is a full-time role with a salary of £26,000 – £28,000 per annum (dependant on experience).

Deadline for applications is 5pm on Thursday 12 October 2023.

Interviews will be held in the week beginning 16th October, 2023.

Further details


📢 Calling all Hammersmith & Fulham residents! Your voice matters! 🗣

🗓️ Save the Date! Join us for an engaging online event on Tuesday, October 3, 2023, from 6pm to 7:30 pm. Your insights are invaluable, so don’t miss out! Register here

We want to hear your thoughts on the proposed new Model of Care for Community-based Specialist Palliative Care in North West London.

The new model of care builds on previous engagement, and has been co-designed over the last year by a working group of NW London residents, along with clinicians, NHS providers and charitable hospices with the ultimate goal of making sure there is improved access to high quality services.

🔍 For in-depth information, visit our website where you’ll find a comprehensive document, a concise summary, and an easy-to-digest infographic: Read Details here

Prefer to write down your thoughts? Share your views with our quick online Survey or email us at nhsnwl.endoflife@nhs.net

Together, let’s make sure everyone gets the best care possible. Your feedback is vital! 🌟