Employment

New Opportunity to work at the Youth Commission as a Youth Worker

The Youth Commission have an exciting new opportunity. The Youth Commission is growing and we are currently seeking a Youth Worker.   See the attached document for more details if this sounds of interest. If you know of someone who may be suitable, please pass this information on to them.

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Operations Managers and Family Support Worker required at Wigwam

Would you like to make a Big difference to children with additional needs and their families? One of our member charities, Wigwam, are looking for two special people to join their amazing team – Operations Manager and Family Support Worker. To find out more about this exciting

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Guernsey States of Deliberation

New guernsey states of deliberation Our new States of Deliberation are now in place and all the roles have now been filled. To assist our members in contacting the right people about the Disability and Inclusion Strategy as well as day to day activities we have put

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The GDA is recruiting! 

We have a Marketing and Communications role open, to drive PR, the awareness campaigns and member communications. Interested parties must have exceptional writing skills, easily taking ideas and turning them into press releases, leaflets, newsletters etc. Hours and location of work are very flexible. Come join our

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Guernsey Employment Trust – November Guest Speaker

Michael Evans, Chief Executive of Guernsey Employment Trust was GDA’s November Guest Speaker. He spoke about the range of employment services available for 16 – 67 year olds. GET have been running since May this year and have just moved into their new building at The Fort

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Potential funding for charities from Social Security

Organisations within the voluntary and charitable sector could be given grants for projects Social Security thinks would aid the departments work under proposals to go before the States early next year. The suggestion will be included within Social Security’s review of the supplementary benefit system. Deputy Chief

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Jersey follows Guernsey’s lead on discrimination

Following Commerce and Employment’s announcement in June that new employment discrimination laws for Guernsey would be prioritised in their 2012 business plan, Jersey has now followed suit – with the backing of local employers. In their very last debate before the summer recess, the States of Jersey

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C&E consultation backs discrimination law

At the end of last year, Commerce and Employment published a public consultation on Employment Law. Under the current Guernsey law, only sex discrimination can be used as specific grounds for taking an employer to an employment tribunal – not age, race, religion or disability. Plus there’s

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