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Croydon Commnity Against Trafficking job role
29/05/2015 18:18:00......Posted by Mario Creatura

 
 

Croydon Community Against Trafficking are advertising for a Co-ordinator to work three days a week.

The job description has been copied below, if interested please send your CV and a covering letter to croydon65@gmail.com

The closing date for applications will be Wednesday 10th June 5pm.

JOB DESCRIPTION:

TITLE: Croydon Community against Trafficking (CCAT) Coordinator

(3 days a week) 

Thank you for your interest in CCAT, and this important role.

CCAT is a voluntary organisation dedicated to the elimination of trafficking people for sexual exploitation, in Croydon and surrounding areas. We are committed to working with multi agencies to eradicate this injustice wherever it is found.

This role will demand passion, flexibility, initiative and determination. As our Coordinator you will be integral to the organisation and its networking hub. You will negotiate, plan, project-manage and monitor a range of volunteers and initiatives to prevent and reduce trafficking in Croydon.

A person-focused employee is required; someone who can empathise with the victims, , network with the Police and other stakeholders, raise awareness with the general public, educate punters (actual and potential) and deter the traffickers. Most of all you should be committed and enthused to recruit, enthuse, coordinate and engage our members and volunteers to gain maximum leverage.

As the face of the organisation, communication and organising are core competencies. You must have excellent information handling, presentation, report writing, inter-personal and planning skills.

Experienced or educated to degree level, or beyond, you will also have practical people caring skills, and experience of working with people in the voluntary and statutory sectors. A good understanding of the issues involved in human trafficking will be essential.

THE MAIN TASK OF THE COORDINATOR IS TO

Stop the injustice of human trafficking within the Borough of Croydon, working with and supporting the CCAT steering group and the wider Croydon community.

THE COMPONENT TASKS OF THE CCAT PROGRAMME CORDINATOR ARE TO

1.     Recruit members

2.     Recruit and train volunteers

3.     Working with the schools team and wider volunteer network, help coordinate presentations at conferences, schools, voluntary groups, networking groups and corporate workplaces and coordinate other opportunities for group members.

4.     Working with the Intelligence Gathering Team to help identify potential places in Croydon where victims are being exploited.

5.     Be responsible for organising networking and publicity events, public presentations and research programmes.

6.     Coordinate and participate in active involvement with promoting, working to and developing CCAT’s objectives, and strategies of engagement.

7.     Be responsible for office administration, including necessary finance, data, and information systems, and management strategies.

8.     Be responsible for ensuring the effective implementation of monitoring, evaluation and administrative systems that will support the programme.

9.     Working with the Chair and Trustees represent the organisation to:

·     Local Government departments for funding and cooperation

·     Other funding sources

·     UK Public gatherings

·     Croydon Police

·     Home Office

·     Other charities

10.     Develop/ strengthen partnerships and network with key contacts, local and national agencies working to eliminate trafficking.

11.     Keep yourself and the membership up to date with trafficking issues; locally, nationally and internationally.

12.     Stimulate, review and communicate relevant research, surveys and other available information.

13.     Generate articles, papers, and reports on the effects of sex trafficking – on clients, perpetrators, society and the victims.

14.      Being pro-active in fundraising, in particular through the membership.

15.     Coordinate the sub group structure and aid communication

16.     Prepare management reports for the steering group

17.     Attend the Steering group meetings

18. Any other duties that become relevant to the effective working of the role.

THE CCAT PROGRAMME COORDINATOR WILL BE RESPONSIBLE TO:  

The CCAT Chair and the Trustees and be the link with the CCAT Steering Group.

RESTRAINTS:  Funding agreements

Budgets

International and national law/situation

CRITERIA BY WHICH Growth of volunteer engagement

Quality of reports

ACHIEVEMENT  Quality of internal and external

RECOGNISED:  communications and relationships

Workload management

Quality of project co-ordinated

Funding objectives

Donor Management

METHOD OF 

EVALUATION: Annual Appraisal & monthly supervision

KEY ATTRIBUTES/: Ability to analyse, identify and create strategy

Initiate and manage projects.

Ability to work alone, and as part of a team.

Administrative and IT skills.    

Creativity and Initiative.

Interpersonal skills.

Networking skills.

Numeracy and budgeting skills.

Oral and written communication skills.

Organisational and planning skills.

Presentation skills.

SALARY:   £20k for 3 days a week

BENEFITS:   N.I. paid.

25 days A/L + bank holidays.

Access to professional counselling.

TENURE:   18 months contract, with potential for extension.

 
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South London Downs National Nature Reserve
26/07/2019 10:47:00.......Posted by Ian Parker

I joined Natural England and The City of London Corporation in celebrating the declaration of The South London Downs National Nature Reserve.  It's the second largest NNR in London and will include Coulsdon, Kenley and Riddlesdown Commons, Farthing Downs, Happy Valley, Hawkhirst Wood and the Sanderstead to Whyteleafe Countryside area.  On the edge of a large urban area, the declaration represents and underlines the importance of these well loved places for wildlife and local people.

We should fight to protect these areas and treasure them for future generations. 

 


 

Purley & Coulsdon Clubs for the Elderly
24/07/2019 15:17:00.......Posted by Ian Parker

I was pleased to attend the Annual General Meeting of this local charity.  The object of the charity is to provide 'relief for older people within the immediate area in any manner which may be deemed by law to be charitable, in particualr by the provision of activities which meet their social health and educational needs such as luncheon care and recreational programmes'.

At the AGM we heard from Sarah Crane the Club's co-ordinator.  It was reassuring to hear that the Club is fulfilling its objectives with a wide range of activities aimed at the elderly.

Coulsdon Town councillors were in a position to provide funding to the organisation from our ward budgets and we wish the Club, its Committee and all its volunteers every success in the coming year. 

 


 

Coulsdon Comrades Club
30/06/2019 17:20:00.......Posted by Ian Parker

It was fantastic to join members of the Coulsdon Comrades Club at their centenary celebrations yesterday.  Those present learnt a lot about the huge contributions and sacrifices made by Coulsdon residents 

The Coulsdon branch of the Comrades of the Great War Club was formed on the present site in 1919. With 400 members, the Club continues to thrive and provides a friendly atmosphere for members and their family and friends.

It was a pleasure to meet key volunteers and recognise the valuable service they provide to the community.

 


 

Coulsdon Junior Snooker Programme - Summer 2019
26/06/2019 11:22:00.......Posted by Mario Creatura

 
 

Frames Snooker Academy (CR5 2NF) will be hosting a series of fun and engaging introductory snooker sessions for new players aged 10-16, as part of a national programme. These sessions are only £1 to attend.

The scheme will also develop a selection of ‘Young Leaders’ (aged 14-16), who will learn skills such as marketing, safe sport delivery, and in creating an engaging club experience for all.  They will become role models, encouraging other young people to take up our sport by joining their local club.

Email briancox147@gmail.com for more information!

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Bus Routes 404 and 434
18/06/2019 11:36:00.......Posted by Ian Parker

Following the development of Cane Hill we have worked with the London Borough of Croydon to provide a bus service to the new area, some of which is currently more than five minutes walk from a bus route. TfL received over 600 responses to a recent consultation. The removal of the direct 434 link from Rickman Hill to Purley received much opposition. 

TfL now intend to change their proposals. They will hold a further local consultation later this year on revised proposals to leave route 434 unchanged and divert route 404 to Cane Hill as well as Tollers Estate.

Thank you to all who joined us in lobbying for the Cane Hill service.

 


 

Coulsdon Town Street Stall/Surgeries
18/06/2019 11:23:00.......Posted by Ian Parker

Coulsdon Town's councillors (Luke Clancy, Mario Creatura and Ian Parker) hold a regular street stall/surgery once a month outside Aldi in Coulsdon Town Centre between 11am and 12 noon.  The dates for the rest of the year are Saturday:

13th July

14th September

19th October

16th November and 

14th December

If you would rather meet us in a more private setting then please do email us at coulsdontownconservatives@croydonconservatives.com or phone: 020 8660 0491

 

 


 

Residents' Association meeting
17/06/2019 11:35:00.......Posted by Mario Creatura

 
 

Great to speak tonight at the Croydon-wide Residents’ Association meeting - from Norbury to Coulsdon and everywhere in between, all were concerned about Council policies including the latest emissions-based parking permit reforms: https://www.mariocreatura.org.uk/LabourParkingTax

 


 

Street surgery - plus new dates!
15/06/2019 11:36:00.......Posted by Mario Creatura

 
 

Great to be out with Chris Philp MP in Coulsdon Town this morning - and thanks to the team who went out talking to our local residents. Plenty of local issues came up with a healthy dose of Brexit chat!

We'll next be out:

  • 13th July
  • 14th September
  • 19th October
  • 16th November
  • 7th December - all day at Coulsdon Yulefest!

Each will be a 10.30am start - do come along!

 


 

Coulsdon Town Street Stall - and Cut It Out 2019!
25/05/2019 11:43:00.......Posted by Mario Creatura

 
 

Great morning with Cllr Parker talking to Coulsdon Town residents about planning, parking and pollution.

I then went on to the excellent Cut It Out celebration in Selhurst Park to talk about how our community can tackle the scourge of knife crime.

 


 

30k for local cancer charity!
05/05/2019 11:44:00.......Posted by Mario Creatura

 
 

A brilliant day out with the Croydon Conservative team walking 5k for the Chartwell Truat Lilypad Appeal - fundraising for a new children’s oncology department at Croydon University Hospital. There’s still time to donate if you can!

https://www.croydonconservatives.com/news_search_results_detail.asp?StoryNo=1711

 


 

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A night(mare) at Planning Committee
17/04/2019
Coulsdon Town Street Stall
17/04/2019
Vaisakhi Celebration
09/04/2019
Music Relief Foundation
05/03/2019
A23 Brighton Road Improvements - Coulsdon Concerns
03/03/2019
Public Transport Liaison panel
08/02/2019
Bus Consultation - 404 and 434
31/01/2019
Development at 76 Reddown Road
28/01/2019
Memorial Service
17/01/2019
Transport for London proposing changes to bus routes 404 and 434
17/01/2019
Councillors' Street Stalls
02/01/2019
Illegal discharge on Cane Hill
27/12/2018
Damaged parking pole
24/12/2018
Speed limit sign knocked down
19/12/2018
Dust and mud on Cane Hill
18/12/2018
Lights on Coulsdon Town footbridge repaired
03/12/2018
Would Labour apologise to the vulnerable residents it's been letting down?
16/11/2018
Superb scouting send-off for Steve
13/11/2018
Coulsdon Town paint markings
11/11/2018
Remembrance Sunday
30/10/2018
Pay-to-use cash machines
29/10/2018
The mystery of the missing fireworks banner...
28/10/2018
Air pollution concern at Coulsdon South station
15/10/2018
Evolving the suburbs
14/10/2018
Response to local planning consultation SPD2
14/10/2018
Labour threatens U-turn on free bulky waste collection
14/10/2018
Petition on wheelie bins achieves partial win
08/10/2018
Bid for funds from our Community Ward Budget
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Shredded litter
07/09/2018
Coptic Church - Coulsdon
 
 
 
 
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