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Thursday, 26 January 2017

CarillionAmey - Moving Out Of Your SFA & Information Films

Four  films are on our website and can be found by Clicking Here

The Move In – this film has been created to help customers understand what happens during their Move In appointment.

Self-Help Films - These films provide simple instructions to help customers with everyday household issues that they can try and fix themselves and include how to reset the electric trip switch, how to bleed a radiator and how to reset a boiler.

Wednesday, 25 January 2017

Careers Fair - Catterick - 6th April

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Tuesday, 24 January 2017

Service Family Hot Topics

New SFA Customer Portal

Issue - New SFA Customer Portal

CarillionAmey will introduce their new MOD Intranet based SFA customer portal for Service Family Accommodation (SFA) on 30 January 2017 - replacing the existing application system including the e1132 SFA application form, which will be incorporated into the portal and will be accessed via the Moving Home option.

In order to transfer existing SFA applications and current occupation records to the new system the existing system will be unavailable from 17:00hrs on Wednesday 25 January 2017, with the new SFA customer portal being available from 08:00hrs on Monday 30 January 2017.

All Personnel with an existing application on 25 January 2017 will receive an email from CarillionAmey instructing them on what they will need to do when the new system becomes available on 30 January 2017

Big White Wall

Housing Briefs - Scotland

BFPO Indicator List

Please use this link to see the full list of BFPO numbers: BFPO

Monday, 23 January 2017

Macmillan Mobile Information & Support Service

Anyone is welcome, whether they have a cancer diagnosis, are visiting on behalf of a friend or relative, or are worried about cancer in any way at all. We have a team of highly skilled Information Specialists who can help with a wide range of clinical, financial, emotional and practical aspects of living with and beyond cancer, including:
  • Screening and what to look out for (i.e. signs and symptoms) 
  • Different cancers, their treatments and side effects 
  • How cancer affects your life, for example finances or employment 
  • Talking about your cancer or talking to someone with cancer 
  • Being there for someone with cancer, or support available locally
  • Survivorship and recurrence

Changes To The Special Educational Needs Addition To The MoD Continuity Of Education Allowance

Important Information for Parents and Schools

Changes to the Special Educational Needs Addition to the MOD Continuity of Education Allowance
(JSP 752 Part 2(V29.0 Jan 17) Chapter 9, Sections 2 and 4)

Quest - New Magazine Release

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Welfare Is Now Open

The Welfare Office is now manned for all enquiries please call 01904 66 5599 or the HIVE.

Thursday, 19 January 2017

Find a job with Universal Jobmatch

Search and apply for full or part-time jobs in Great Britain and abroad.

Transition to Civilian Life

This guide covers resettlement, housing, leave, and pensions as well as the administrative procedures, for the smooth transition to Civilian Life. 

   The guide is written for those who are going to live in the UK. 

If you are leaving the Army from the UK and returning to your country of origin you will need to ask about matters relating to that country.

To read or download the guide CLICK HERE

SSAFA Mentoring For Service Leavers

SSAFA Mentoring can motivate, support and empower service leavers who are leaving the Forces.

 Whether you are leaving on a medical discharge, are an early service leaver or have come to the end of your career, mentoring is a powerful tool to help achieve your true potential outside the military.

SSAFA will give you one-to-one support during your transition onto Civvy Street and afterwards for up to one year. During that time your mentor will support you to achieve your personal goals as you move into civilian life.

For further information CLICK HERE

SSAFA- Forces Additional Needs & Disability Forum

SSAFA-Short Breaks Service

Civil Service Jobs Within MOD & Other Department Agencies 

The Civil Service helps the Government of the day to develop and deliver its policies as effectively as possible.
It incorporates three types of organisations – departments, agencies, and non-departmental government bodies (NDPBs) that work in a wide range of areas, touching on everyone’s day-to-day lives, such as education, health and policing.

Because our organisations deal with so many different aspects of government, civil servants work in an enormous variety of roles.

Becoming a civil servant could be as simple as applying for one of the many jobs advertised on our jobs website.  We also offer a variety of fast track routes for promising graduates and experienced professionals.

Our professional entry routes encourage people with skills developed in the private sector to transfer into the Civil Service at the right level. You can then apply those skills to make a real difference to our everyday lives. There are 22 different professions covered, and a number of different ways to apply.
Click here for the Civil Service website

Friday, 13 January 2017

MOD Chilldcare Vouchers


Childcare vouchers are a government initiative designed to help working parents pay for childcare. You can convert part of your salary into vouchers before your usual tax and NI contributions are taken. This means that you only have to pay the tax and NI on what’s left, saving you up to £933 per year.
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Thursday, 12 January 2017

Pathfinder - January Edition Out Now

Click HERE to view January edition of Pathfinder

Wednesday, 11 January 2017

Civilian Housing Briefs - Thorney Island

CarillionAmey Tempo - Keeping you up to speed on our activity

This edition of Tempo is aimed at being a weekly update to both DIO and Service personnel on SFA and the work carried out by CarillionAmey.
This issue focuses on customer engagement forums that happened between September and October '16. Read about what feedback was given and the action plans put in place (and if you still experience things otherwise, please tell us). There are also graphs showing how CA measure against their Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and Targets as well as some general fundraising news, an introduction to the new SFA housing portal (launching 30th January) which will replace the current housing application system. 
Please click HERE to download/view this edition

Tuesday, 10 January 2017

Busybees Sessions

Keep Your Child Safe Online

Worried about how safe your child is online? 
Click HERE 
for your guide to the social networks your children
 use and find out ways of keeping them safe online.

Career Transition Partnership (CTP)


Are you a MoneyForce fan that likes to help others get MoneyFit?
Would you like to play a part in shaping the future direction of MoneyForce?
Think you can help us with the design of new digital tools and apps?
Or even if you’re not a fan, but think you know what’s missing from MoneyForce, we want to hear from you!

We’re aiming to set up a small group of 6-8 MoneyForce ‘Super users’ to meet up twice a year to discuss MoneyForce and for you to feed back to us the views of your friends and colleagues.

Wednesday, 4 January 2017