Local jobs

Jobs logoThis page features the latest jobs at Community Links Bromley and across Bromley's voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) sector. On this section, we only advertise paid jobs and senior volunteering roles (Trustee roles).

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Community Links Bromley

Director of Voluntary Sector Engagement and Partnership (SE London Integrated Care Partnership
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Salary:  £51,958  to £54,130 pa (PO9 Scp48-50) Plus 5% Employers contribution
Hours: 37 hours per week with occasional need to be flexible to work evenings  and weekends

An exciting opportunity has arisen to lead voluntary sector engagement as part of the new South-East London Integrated Care Partnership.

As Director, your role will be to ensure that the Integrated Care System (ICS) engages effectively with the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) sector so that the health and social care system incorporates the voluntary sector in its cross-borough work at a South-East London level.

The post holder will represent and provide voice and advocacy for the sector on the Integrated Care Partnership (ICP) and on cross-borough work. This role will be pivotal in ensuring that the wider VCSE reaches its potential as a key strategic influencer and delivery partner within the ICS.

The post holder will lead and co-ordinate VCSE engagement activity within emerging thematic cross-borough workstreams. You will also coordinate the voice of VCSE and ensure that the voice of large and small organisations is heard at a South-East London level when developing policy and services. This is broader than health and care provider organisations, and will include advice networks, advocacy groups. The post holder will take an inclusive approach, with a particular focus on ensuring SME and BME organisations have a voice.

The engagement within the ICP aims to ensure that our local VCSE supports identification of local health and wellbeing priorities and plays a full part in decision-making.

The post holder will also facilitate, chair and report to the planned VCSE Alliance to operate effectively as the umbrella body for the six place-level VCSE Leadership Groups.

This role will involve developing strong working relationships with system partners, working in partnership to understand local needs, seek out opportunities to improve services for local people, improve health and wellbeing and reduce health inequalities across South-East London. If you are passionate, highly motivated, a strategic thinker and experienced in partnership working, then this is a great opportunity to make a difference to the sector and to health outcomes for local people.

For an informal discussion about this exciting opportunity please contact Christopher Evans, Chief Executive of Community Links Bromley on 0208 315 1903.

Closing date:  5pm, Monday 25 July 2022

Interviews and a sector engagement event are anticipated for 10/11 August 2022

Bromley Mencap

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Honorary Treasurer – Voluntary

The Short Breaks Service - Rate of Pay  £7.75 to £11.05 per hour, Causal Contract

Cleaning Supervisor - Hourly rate of £12 p.h. (negotiable), paid monthly

Visit Bromley Mencap's jobs page for the application packs


Bromley Mencap Short Breaks Service are looking for fun, energetic people to support children and young people with a learning disability in their own homes and within the local community.  Experience of working with children and/or people with learning disabilities is an advantage but not essential as training will be given.

To apply please follow this link and complete the relevant application form.

Age UK Bromley & Greenwich

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Bromley and Croydon Women's Aid

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Refuge Support Officer

Hours: Part time – 21 hours/week 

Contract Type: Fixed Term until 31st March 2023 

Salary: £27,500.00 p/a FTE 

Closing date: Interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis  

Interviews: (via Zoom) Conducted on a rolling basis 


Referral Case Officer

Salary: £26,780.00 pa

Hours: 35 hours per week (5 days)

Contract type: Fixed Term until 31st March 2023

Closing date: interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis via Zoom

Child Support Officer (Therapeutic)

Hours: 35 hours/week

Salary: £30,000.00 pa

Contract type: Fixed Term until 31st March 2023

Closing date: interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis

Interviews: (via Zoom) Conducted on a rolling basis


Counselling Services Manager

Hours: Full time and part time / job share considered

Contract Type: Fixed term contract until 31st March 2023

Salary£40,000.00 pa

Application DeadlineInterviews will be conducted on a rolling basis

Interviews: (via Zoom) Conducted on a rolling basis

Location: Hybrid working including some home working

Bethlem Gallery

Bethlem Gallery logoFinance Officer

Location: Bethlem Gallery, Bethlem Royal Hospital, BR3 3BX, and remote working. Must be able to come to Gallery once a week.

Hours: 11 Hours/week (equivalent to 1.5 days and based on a 37.5-hour week FTE – can be flexible and spread across week)

Salary: £28,000 pro rata

Contract type: Permanent, part-time

Deadline for applications: 9am Monday 11th July 2022


Vacancies across London CVS Network

See the London Plus Job Board for the latest vacancies across London's voluntary sector


Healthwatch Waltham Forest logoHealthwatch Waltham Forest

Operations Manager New vacancy

Salary: £37,000 pa pro rata

Hours: Part Time

Contract type: Permanent

Closing date: 12 noon on Friday 1st July 2022

Interviews: week commencing 11th July 2022 in Waltham Forest or remotely


Bromley Voluntary Sector Trust

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Bromley Voluntary Sector Trust seek two new members to join their existing Board of Trustees.

MBLR (Mottingham Big Local Refocused)

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Places are available for the Training for Skills in the Construction and Gardening industry qualification courses at St Edwards Church in Mottingham.

Participants will receive invaluable online and practical training in one of a number of courses from experienced construction and gardening industry specialists and job and business mentoring. See the training flyer for course options and more information.

Magpie Dance

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Local Bromley-based charity, Magpie Dance, are looking to appoint up to four individuals to join their Board of Trustees. The Board is responsible for setting the overall strategic direction of the organisation, working to ensure that Magpie Dance is well equipped to enhance the lives of the communities they serve. Their Trustees also act as ambassadors for Magpie Dance, actively promoting its work and leveraging opportunities to advance its mission.  

Given the organisation's current priorities and needs, they are especially interested in hearing from candidates with expertise in: 

  • Digital 
  • Legal 
  • HR 

For further information, please see the recruitment pack.

For an informal discussion about the trustee role, please contact Magpie Dance's Co-Chairs Emma Deboo-Jones and Caroline Schreiber at co-chairs@magpiedance.org.uk.

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis between May and August 2022.

Bromley Parent Voice

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BPV are recruiting new steering group members. Could you help champion the views of parents/carers of children with SEND in Bromley? BPV are recruiting local parents/carers who can share their experience, bring their own skills to help set work priorities; champions the interests of parents/carers and ensures that BPV is influential.

To find out about more about the roles & responsibilities, contact info@bromleyparentvoice.org.uk.

Your Voice in Health & Social Care (YVHSC)

YVHSC letters with slogan Engaging Communities, Shaping ServicesHealthwatch Bromley Committee Member

The Healthwatch Bromley (HWB) Committee is an advisory body, supporting the staff and volunteers to deliver local Healthwatch activities in Bromley, using their professional and personal experience and local knowledge  (Voluntary role).

To find out more about applying for the role please contact Marzena Zoladz, HWB Coordinator, on Marzena@healthwatchbromley.co.uk.


Medequip Service User Panel Member

YVHSC are currently looking for people who have recent experience of using Medequip services to join a User Group Panel (Voluntary role).

Do you know anyone who would be interested?

YVHSC need people to join the monthly group for 6 months (meeting virtually to begin with) and help to draft a feedback survey to send to all Medequip users in London. Following this the group will help look at the survey results and come up with some recommendations for Medequip to take forward. As someone with lived experience of Medequip, your views and experiences can help make this project a real success and make sure we see some positive changes to the service. Your help can benefit thousands of users in our borough, but also across London.

If you are interested or know anyone that might be please contact David on 07944 391 223 or email vip@yvhsc.org.uk.

Bromley Council

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Support Workers - Re-ablement

Salary: £20,821 - £22,083 pro rata                        

Hours: Between 24 and 33 hours per week, including the opportunity for flexible working hours and the opportunity to join our team of bank workers to cover shifts on an ad hoc basis.

The London Borough of Bromley Reablement Service is currently looking to recruit Reablement Support Workers to join its well established, existing team.  Working within a Reablement model of care, Support Workers encourage clients to regain confidence and daily living skills in order to maintain as much independence as possible.  The Re-ablement Support Worker will assist the Reablement service users to take greater control of their lives to remain independent and help eliminate their need for further intervention.


Care link Mobile Officer - various shifts as and when required

Salary: £11.09 - £11.77 per hour

Hours: 10am-5pm there is an on-call period with this shift and 5pm-9pm shift

Shifts run over a 7 day week

Providing and responding to calls made via the assisted technologies we provide in people’s homes.  This is a 24 hour emergency service which responds to clients alarm calls from clients in their own homes

Metropolitan Police

Metropolitan Police logoPolice Encounter Panels (this is not a paid role)

South Area Police are looking for members of the public to form a panel on each of the three boroughs – Sutton, Bromley and Croydon.  The panels are being created to give communities the opportunity to feedback on policing encounters from their own neighbourhoods, by watching Body Worn video (BWV) footage and offering their views on what went well or what the Met can improve.

If you are over 18 and live, work , in education or have other strong links to the boroughs and would like to get involved or simply hear more, please email the dedicated mailbox at  PolicingEncounters.SouthArea@met.police.uk


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Activity Support Staff

Salary: £10-£15 per hour

Hours: Flexible, variable hours, mostly after school, weekends and during school holidays (would suit Teaching Assistants, youth workers or Teaching staff).



We are looking for volunteers to join our Board of Trustees who ensure strong governance and leadership within the organisation, working closely with our CEO and Director of Operations. Particular skills and experience including in law, finance, safeguarding, health & safety and charity management would be welcomed, but more vitally we need individuals with a passion to improve opportunities for autistic people and who would be committed to supporting the CASPA Staff to deliver inspirational services.

Commitment – minimum of four Board meetings per year.

For more information on any of the above roles or to apply contact recruitment@caspabromley.org.uk

Living On Bereavement Service

Living On Bereavement ServiceFamily Support Worker

Location: Chelsfield Village

Reports to: The Board of Trustees

Hours: 18 hours per week

Pay: £29,250 pro-rata