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Events for week of 20th May, 2019

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Mon 20th

Gateway Club

20th May @ 6:45 pm - 8:45 pm
Tue 21st

Thanet Thinkers

21st May @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Wed 22nd

GOLD Drop-in Session

22nd May @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

Social Club

22nd May @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Healthy Living Club

22nd May @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Thu 23rd

GOLD Group

23rd May @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Choir

23rd May @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Fri 24th
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Sat 25th
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Sun 26th
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Working for East Kent Mencap

We currently employ around 100 staff across East Kent. These staff members work in a variety of areas, from housing and the community, to resource centres and social clubs. Roles range from simply supporting people with a learning disability to live independently, to preparing an annual stage production.

As an employer, East Kent Mencap encourages career progression, providing full training and continual professional development opportunities. In addition to this, we offer an employer’s contribution pension scheme and childcare vouchers via the salary sacrifice scheme. Other benefits include a sliding scale of holiday entitlement and generous sickness pay.

Being holders of the positive about disabled people award, disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria will be offered an interview in every circumstance.

Disability Confident Employer

Latest Vacancies

Take a look at our latest job vacancies.

Two part time Personal Assistants are required to support a 19 year old student with physical disability. This young man will be commencing a course at Canterbury college in September 2019 and will be living close by in student accommodation. He is engaging and sociable and requires support to further develop his independence and allow him to enjoy student life to the full. He enjoys films and music as well as Xbox. He will need support in undertaking some college assignments.
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Women’s Group – Volunteer

GOLD are currently looking for a volunteer to support the running of their Women’s Group. The group are looking for more ideas of things they can learn, talk about and get involved in.

Social Group – Volunteer

GOLD are looking for volunteers to support their social group. They are looking for someone who is fun, chatty and enjoys a joke. You don’t have to be good at snooker or bowling just willing to throw yourself into things and have a go!

Befriender – Volunteer

East Kent Mencap are looking for a companion who would like to spend time with one of our older tenants on a regular basis. She is active and frequently likes to go on days out and weekends away. She loves spending time out and about and is looking for a mature female to share her love of arts and crafts, accompany her on trips, and have a chat over coffee on Wednesday and/or Thursday afternoons. This role would suit someone who is laid back and cheerful, with a good sense of humour.

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Two part time Personal Assistants are required to support a 19 year old student with physical disability. This young man will be commencing a course at Canterbury college in September 2019 and will be living close by in student accommodation. He is engaging and sociable and requires support to further develop his independence and allow him to enjoy student life to the full. He enjoys films and music as well as Xbox. He will need support in undertaking some college assignments.
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Befriender – Volunteer

East Kent Mencap are looking for a companion who would like to spend time with one of our older tenants on a regular basis. She is active and frequently likes to go on days out and weekends away. She loves spending time out and about and is looking for a mature female to share her love of arts and crafts, accompany her on trips, and have a chat over coffee on Wednesday and/or Thursday afternoons. This role would suit someone who is laid back and cheerful, with a good sense of humour.
A daring duo took part in the KM Charity Abseil this year to raise money for people with a learning disability. Trustee, Paul Pinder, who is also one of our tenants, challenged Canterbury Community Manager, Della Heaton, to conquer the 100ft drop.

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