Apply Now! CCC-B IT and Admin Officer: Job Listing

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CCC-B IT and Admin Officer Chinese Community Centre - Birmingham Location: Birmingham, West Midlands Salary: £20,092 - £24,491 per year pro rata Contract: Fixed Term Contract, 1 Year (Full time or Part time)   Job Description Closing date: Sunday 31 October 2021 11:59pm Face to Face Interview dates: Late November 2021 We are looking for someone to join our team, who is enthusiastic about making a change in the Chinese community across the West Midlands and beyond. It is a great time to join us, as we are setting up a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system to integrate all of our IT and reporting processes, this will enable us to provide more services online to our customers and to manage the projects we are providing to the community. There is…
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Covid-19 Monthly Update June – 每月疫情更新2021年6月

Covid-19 Monthly Update June – 每月疫情更新2021年6月

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I: Roadmap  The Government has pushed the roadmap date back by four weeks until 19 July over Delta variant fears.  It means we are still in step 3 and most remaining curbs on social contact will remain in force until 19th July.  Weddings and receptions can go ahead without a guest number cap; but venues may set limits based on social distancing requirements. Rules on singing and dancing will remain. II. ‘Delta Variant’  DATA The Delta variant, first identified in India, and now accounts for 90% of Covid cases in the UK. A total of 75,953 cases of Delta were sequenced in the UK up to 16 June. It is 2 times more transmissible, with twice the rate of hospitalisation.  Birmingham listed as enhanced response area The number of cases and hospital…
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The Silent Minority (不做沉默的少数) – Vote on the 12th of December!

The Silent Minority (不做沉默的少数) – Vote on the 12th of December!

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Watch the Full Video Here - 观看全片 The British-Chinese community is a silent community. With nearly 1% of the UK population, it is well known that the community is one of the least engaged in UK politics: particularly when voting in elections. In this video, we interview several members of the British-Chinese community to find out about their opinions of voting in UK Politics and why the British-Chinese community should have their voices heard. 在英华人群体也是一个沉默的群体。众所周知,尽管华人群体占英国人口的近1%,但却是最不热衷于参与政治活动的群体之一——尤其是在选举投票时。 在此视频中,我们采访了英国华人社群的几位成员,以了解他们对英国政治与投票的看法,以及为何在英华人应该表达自己的声音。 Please watch the full video here- 点击以下链接观看全片: The Silent Minority (不做沉默的少数) "When you don't vote, other people speak for you."~“如果你不投票,你的声音就被其他人所取代了。” Vote on the 12th of December! 参与12月12日的投票 For more information visit 更多信息,详见:http://www.bcproject.org/https://www.obv.org.uk/ Or contact your nearest Chinese community centre:或者前往当地的华人中心: Birmingham- 伯明翰https://chinesebirmingham.org.uk/ London- 伦敦http://www.ccc.org.uk/https://www.camdenccc.co.uk/https://islingtonchinese.com/ Manchester- 曼彻斯特https://fcamuk.org/ Bristol- 布里斯托http://www.ocasw.org.uk/ Scotland- 苏格兰https://www.scotchina.org/ Northern Ireland- 北爱尔兰 https://www.cwa-ni.org/ Wales-…
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