Administration officer jobs near Nottingham
Do you want to make a difference and be part of a vibrant and inclusive organisation that has been helping save lives for more than a century? As one of the country’s best-loved charities, St John Ambulance played a pivotal role in responding to the pandemic as well as ‘everyday’ health emergencies, training, supporting communities, and improving young people’s lives.
Excellent opportunity to join us as Data & Systems Lead! The successful candidate will have a key and fundamental role of ensuring that St John Ambulance HR systems are maintained to a high standard and that system enhancements and developments are implemented to add value to business units as well as providing technical support to on-line applicant tracking and people systems.
We pride ourselves in being a great place to work, providing a supportive culture with opportunities to grow and develop your career, achieve a healthy work life balance and to be recognised for the great work you do. The role benefits from a competitive salary, generous pension, hybrid, flexible working & TOIL, 33 days holiday (inclusive of bank holidays) - increasing to 38 days over 5 years, options to buy and sell holiday, free first/mental aid first aider courses, Blue Light and NHS online shopping discounts, cycle to work scheme, life assurance, flu jab, eye care, mental health and wellbeing tools and volunteering days.
Please see the job description for more detail (this can be viewed on our website or once you click apply)
- Experience of working with SelectHR
- Experience of providing remote support and one-to-one training
- Experience of maintaining recruitment Applicant Tracking Systems
- Experience of managing and maintaining data in large databases
- Excellent interpersonal skills with ability to communicate effectively at all levels – to simplify complex and detailed processes
About the Role:
- Acting as the subject matter expert, analyse and interpret people data for the organisation nationally to produce monthly detailed reports with commentary to enable the improvement of our people management processes
- Produce reports based on people data that is helpful and supportive of leaders people agendas
- Develop and maintain HR systems to monitor and report on organisational people matters including absence, volunteering hours and equal opportunities data
- Work with stakeholders to support and provide guidance on successful implementation of HR processes
- Act as a superuser for people & recruitment systems by configuring systems to reflect changes to the organisation structure and its people
- Train end users of all menu sets and use intranet to update system-related changes
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a team of over 1,700 employees and over 30,000 volunteers, united by our goal of saving lives through essential first aid services, training and campaigning. As a
charity with rich heritage and a long history of serving humanity, we are proud of our past and excited about creating a healthier, safer, more resilient future.
St John Ambulance are committed to increasing the diversity of our team and making sure we best reflect the diversity of the communities we serve.At St John, everyone is valued and supported to thrive, we have several networks including Multi Culture, Disability and Accessibility, Pride, Family and Carers and Women’s groups. We do not tolerate any form of discrimination and engender a sense of belonging for all, by creating an environment of mutual respect, where we value unique differences and demonstrate authentic allyship. We believe passionately in equality, diversity and inclusion.
Please note: St John does not accept speculative CVs and will only review CVs sent in application for an advertised vacancy.
Recruitment Agencies: We are not utilising the services of recruitment agencies for this vacancy and will accept direct applications only.
Overview of the Position
- Applications close: Friday 2nd September - We encourage you to apply now if you are interested in the vacancy, as we will be shortlisting candidates when applications are received, and we may close the advert early.
- Salary: £23,000 FTE, pro-rated to £13,800 for 0.6FTE
- Contract: Part time, permanent
- Working days: Three days a week, 22.5 hours.
- Job Location: Ashfield School, Kirkby in Ashfield, East Midlands. The University Access Officer will be based in Ashfield School for two days per week, between Monday-Thursday, and home-based on Fridays.
- Access to own transport ideal and assistance with travel costs can be provided.
- Academic requirements: University degree or suitable professional experience and experience of working or volunteering in schools or the education sector.
- Interview date: Week commencing 5th September
- Start date: As soon as possible
- Must have the right to work in the UK
About the role
University Access Officers manage the day-to-day running of the programme in The Access Project’s partner schools. They work closely with students, staff at all levels, tutors, and with the rest of The Access Project’s team to ensure that the delivery of the programme is optimised. The programme has been carefully designed with the intention that all interactions have a positive impact on a student’s chances of getting into a top university. It is the responsibility of the University Access Officer to deliver all the activities which make up our programme. This includes managing tutor and student pairings as well as delivering and recording in-school activities.
Successful candidates will have the opportunity to work on the front line of addressing educational disadvantage, as well as benefiting from opportunities to become involved in the wider work of The Access Project as it continues to expand.
This is a challenging role, which involves a high level of organisation. It is well-suited to resilient individuals looking to pursue a career in education and/or the social enterprise/charity sectors. UAOs are the sole representative of The Access Project in school and therefore must be comfortable working alone (although they will build relationships and work closely with school staff).
All University Access Officers are line managed by a Programme Manager from The Access Project, who will meet the UAO once per week for line management meetings, as well as being available via email and phone. Each school also nominates a Programme Supervisor, who focuses on the performance of their in-school programme.
About the organisation
The Access Project is an education charity, and we believe that every young person can make the most of education, unlocking their potential and creating a fairer society.
Our mission is to work with high-potential students from disadvantaged backgrounds to help them gain access to selective universities.
The Access Project collaborates with universities on shared priorities to improve attainment and close the access gap for young people from disadvantaged backgrounds.
The programme combats educational inequality and improves social mobility by raising students’ grades and supporting them to understand the pathway to a top university.
About our values
- Community - We build a community of schools, volunteers and partner organisations that share a common vision.
- Motivation - We harness and reward motivation.
- Development - We promote a culture of excellence, improvement and innovation.
- Academic Excellence - We help students achieve their potential by matching them with tutors who have been given excellent resources and training.
Duties and responsibilities of our University Access Officers:
University Access Officers are the case managers for all key stakeholders who interact with the programme including students, tutors and teachers.
1. Engage, coach and mentor students in school and enrol them onto the programme
2. Match students with volunteer tutors
3. Monitor student attendance to tutorials and devise innovative solutions to encourage attendance
4. Assess student progress towards being able to make successful university applications
5. Upload information onto the Salesforce database (training is provided)
6. Monitor the impact of tutorials, and intervene as appropriate
7. Build and manage relationships with volunteer tutors to ensure they have a positive experience of the programme
8. Manage tutor attendance to tutorials through weekly monitoring systems
9. Work with school staff to ensure their cooperation and timely completion of activities contributing to the smooth running of the programme
10. Chair and present at termly school meetings with Senior Management to report on programme progress.
11. University Access Officers support the volunteering team by helping to deliver tutor training sessions, and attending university site visits, which take place on occasional Saturdays and weekday evenings (paid time off is provided).
12. Any other responsibilities reasonably deemed necessary by The Access Project’s Programme Manager or Programme Director
• Able to communicate and influence with impact at all levels
• Able to deliver projects and manage administration accurately
• Able to effectively time manage
• Able to lead and manage change to embed the programme in school
• Resilient and adaptable
• Skilled in building and maintaining excellent relationships
Training and Development
You will be provided with regular monthly training so that you can develop your skills and succeed in the role. There is support from your line manager (Programme Manager), as well as guidance from a Senior University Access Officer and the wider University Access Officer team across The Access Project.
- 25 days annual leave p.a. (pro rata) plus Bank Holidays and Christmas closure.
- PerkBox – offering nationwide shopping discounts, gym memberships, holidays, learning and much more.
- Employee Assistance Programme, a 24-hour helpline for staff
- Online Medical assistance – access 24/7 to a qualified GP within minutes, with referrals and prescriptions available same-day.
- Interest-free travelcard loans
- Cyclescheme loans
- 3 paid Volunteering Days
- Employer’s pensions contributions (3%)
- CPD options
The Access Project is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Equal Opportunities Statement
The Access Project is an equal opportunities employer and we welcome applications from people from all backgrounds. We are working towards improvements with equality, diversity, inclusion and belonging.
Disclosure of a Criminal Record
The Rehabilitation of Offenders 1974 (Exceptions) (Amendment) Order 1986 does not apply to posts where there is access to children. This means that applicants for employment which involves working with children and young people must disclose any criminal record. If you are selected for appointment, you will be subject to this procedure. All Disclosures are carried out in the strictest confidence and are made only in connection with your application for employment and for no other purpose. The application for an Enhanced Disclosure will be activated before your first day of work.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Schools Engagement Officer
Join our growing team!
You’ll be a brilliant administrator and a dynamic and confident communicator, who is great at making sure customers (our schools) experience nothing but excellent service, while balancing competing priorities and keep projects moving towards their goals. This role is key to making sure it’s the right schools and right students taking part in our programmes, it’s not just about the end target. You are motivated by working collaboratively in a team and comfortable making recommendations about how things could be improved.
This role and where it sits in the team
This is an established role that sits within the Schools Engagement team, ensuring that schools in our network are aware of, and are able to access, the fantastic opportunities and programmes we run. Working closely with the Schools Engagement Lead, this role will play a key part in recruiting schools, students and teachers to a range of different workshops – ensuring that these initiatives continue to reach those young people most disadvantaged by their socio-economic background or geographic location.
You will work closely and collaboratively with your colleagues across programmes and school engagement, and most importantly, you’ll be the first point of contact for the 1,900 mainstream secondary schools in our network. Relationship building with those schools will be a crucial part of this role, but you’ll also be involved in ensuring our marketing and campaigns are appropriately designed to best meet the needs of our network, and you’ll keep one ear to the ground at all times, allowing TTF to remain relevant, effective and impactful in our outreach.
While you’ll be working remotely for a significant part of this role you will be talking on the phone to colleagues, schools, facilitators, and volunteers on a daily basis, as well as having the opportunity to see our workshops in action.
Responsibilities and priorities:
- Schools engagement and attraction: ‘Telling the TTF story’
- Focus on great customer service
- Reaching more underserved young people
- Attention to detail and process driven
- Creativity and flair with social media and digital communication
Use of IT, databases, and systems to operate efficient programmes, evaluate and measure their success
Customer service, retail or sales experience
Delivering and implementing communication plans and campaigns to engage a variety of audiences
Interest in working in/with schools or education sector
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Technology and seeking ways to maximise IT administration and digital communications
Problem-solving and decision-making
Customer service delivery focussed with a desire to achieve targets and objectives
Proactive sales skills
You will also:
Enjoy getting things done
Want to work for a charity with social mobility at its core
Work collegiately and collaboratively with all engaged in the organisation – you are not motivated by being the winner, team success is more important to you
Be well-organised and a strong planner (you always have a Plan B)
While it’s not a criteria, we’re especially interested to hear from applicants who have lived experience of some of the challenges young people from disadvantaged backgrounds are facing today.
It’s also important to us that the people we hire do not discriminate. We believe in being inclusive and giving everyone an equal chance to succeed. Applications are welcome from all regardless of age, sex, gender identity, disability, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, religion or belief, race, sexual orientation, transgender status, or social economic background.
Annual leave entitlement 28 days + Bank Holidays
Employee Assistance Programme
Training and development budget
The afternoon of your birthday off (or the morning after)
To apply: Please send your CV and a (max) two page letter outlining how you meet the person specification outlined above and why you are interested in working for a social mobility charity. As part of the interview shortlisting process we will need you to complete an application form in line with our Safer Recruitment Policy, which we will send you as part of the recruitment process.
The Talent Foundry Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the wellbeing and welfare of children and requires everyone associated with The Talent Foundry Trust, including all trustees, employees, and volunteers to share this commitment. Successful applicants will need to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the role, including completing our Safer Recruitment process, references from past employers and Disclosure and Barring Service checks. The Talent Foundry Trust is an equal opportunities employer, and we welcome applications from all sections of society and communities we operate in.
Please send your CV and a (max) two page letter outlining how you meet the person specification outlined above and why you are interested in working for a social mobility charity. As part of the interview shortlisting process we will need you to complete an application form in line with our Safer Recruitment Policy.
If you have answered yes to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act question, please give further information in your application. The disclosure of a criminal record may not necessarily prevent you from being engaged. The nature of the offence, how long ago it took place, your age at the time and any other relevant factors may be considered when a decision is made.
Contract Type: Full time- Fixed Term Contract
Salary £28,695 - £33,759 PA
About the roles
The Domestic Abuse Housing Alliance (DAHA) is offering an exciting opportunity to take on the role of Regional Lead, to offer support and guidance to local authorities and housing providers seeking DAHA Accreditation. We are particularly excited to be opening up two posts (one for North of England and one for London & the South East) at this time to join this growing team and manage demand for our services. The Regional Lead roles are solely funded through DAHA Membership & this is a real opportunity to be part of the evolution that is seeing housing’s response to domestic abuse improve so that survivors get the right response first time every time.
If you have relevant frontline experience in either or both sectors and have a real passion to end domestic abuse this may be for you.
You will have the confidence and skills to build relationships with local authorities and housing providers and guide them through the DAHA accreditation process. You will be comfortable and experienced in written and verbal communication, including writing professional reports, and giving presentations to operational and strategic partners, both in room and virtually.
You will work well within a team, as well as having the confidence to work independently. You will represent the principles and values of the DAHA partnership and Standing Together Against Domestic Abuse.
Both roles are home based with some travel possible across the regions and to the ST Office in Hammersmith, London as required.
We value and recognise the skills of those who have lived experience of domestic abuse, although this is not essential, and you will never be asked to disclose your own personal experiences. We also welcome anyone who identifies as being part of an under-represented community.
The Domestic Abuse housing Alliance (DAHA) is a partnership between Standing Together Against Domestic Abuse (STADA), Gentoo and Peabody housing associations. We are the leading specialist domestic abuse organisation supporting housing providers to improve their response to domestic abuse, through our membership model, accreditation framework and training packages. We use our practice-based experience to work alongside partners across the housing and domestic abuse sector to influence policy and national decision making through our DAHA-led National Domestic Abuse & Housing Policy and Practice Group
About Standing Together Housing Team
DAHA is a part of our wider Housing Team at STADA, which includes our Whole housing Approach Team, Housing First and Homeless team and DAHA. We work with housing providers across all tenure types to ensure that survivors in any housing circumstances, and with a variety of housing needs, receive an effective, safe and support response from housing providers, as a part of a wider Coordinated Community Response to domestic abuse.
How to apply
To apply we ask you to follow the link to Hireful and write a statement, in no more than 800 words, detailing why you want this role and how you meet the criteria outlined in the person specification which you’ll find in the job description below.
Application deadline: 5pm, Friday, 9 September 2022.
Interview: Interviews will take place in the week of 19 September 2022
Ref: 135 676
Title: Assistant Legacy Administration Manager
Salary: £36,000 to £39,000 per anuum, plus London Weighting (Pro-rata)
Hours: 35 hours per week
Contract Type: 6-month Short Term Contract Maternity cover due to start mid-November
Based: UK flexible - with an expectation to travel to London once per month if not London based.
Closing date: 29th August 2022
Interview date: w/c 30th August 2022
The Assistant Legacy Administration Manager will line manage three Legacy Officers, ensuring the consistent quality of case management, fair case allocation and provide guidance and mentoring through regular meetings.
They will manage a specialist caseload of complex and contentious cases that require bespoke management and handling any potential reputational risk to Marie Curie.
The role will support the Legacy Administration Manager in all aspects of legacy administration, driving best practice across the team, alongside protecting and optimising legacy income for Marie Curie.
The Legacy Administration Team is one-third of the Legacy and In Memory Giving Team and we work collaboratively with the Legacy and In Memory Marketing Team and the Regional Legacies and In Memory Team, as a fully integrated team. It truly is an exciting time to join the Legacy Administration Team as we deliver our new Legacy Strategy, which includes building better relationships with solicitors and personal executors.
If you think you fit the bill, we would love to hear from you!
What are we looking for:
- This role is ideal for someone who enjoys line management and mentoring.
- Possess advanced knowledge and expertise of legacy administration across England and Wales, with further knowledge of legacy administration in Scotland and Northern Ireland would be highly desirable.
- You should be numerate, with strong written and verbal communication skills, with an ability to communicate sensitively whilst demonstrating compassion and empathy to bereaved supporters.
- Experience of project management and delivery
- Excellent attention to detail and strong organisation skills.
- An ability to problem solve and think dynamically and able to recognise when to ask for support with their work.
What's in it for you:
· Continued access to NHS Pension Scheme (subject to eligibility)
· Marie Curie Group Personal Pension Scheme
· Season ticket loan
· Loan schemes for bikes; computers and satellite navigation systems
· Continuous development
· Industry leading training programmes
· Employee Assistance Programme
· Flexible Working
Please can we ask that all candidates provide a comprehensive supporting letter to accompany their application. This should include evidence of your past successes, and what you can bring to the role.
Marie Curie is committed to its values, which underpin our work. We take stringent steps to ensure that the people who join our organisation through employment or volunteering, are suitable for their roles and are committed to safeguarding all our people from harm. This includes our staff, volunteers and all those who use or come into contact with our services. We are dedicated to creating not just a safe place to work but also a supportive and rewarding one.
We are committed to a world where everyone can thrive and fulfil their potential. We are devoted to the social justice imperatives and organisational benefits of full diversity, inclusion and equity in the workplace, and are a Stonewall champion. We actively encourage and welcome applications from candidates of diverse cultures, perspectives and lived experiences.
We reserve the right to close this vacancy early. Agencies need not apply.
Every day of your life matters - from the first to the last. When you work for Marie Curie, you understand that better than ever. We're a passionate, committed and diverse team of more than 4,400 staff and 12,000 volunteers, here for people living with any terminal illness, and their families. We offer expert care, guidance and support, to help them get the most from the time they have left.
Everyone knows our daffodil, but it's our warmth, creativity and care that touch lives. Here, we take the time to really get to know the people we care for and those who love them. And we do whatever it takes to give them the final days and hours they deserve.
Assistant Legacy Administration Manager, an opportunity to join a National Charity, covering a 6-month maternity contract, Starting mid-November 2022.
- Open to remote working, with occasional travel to London Head Office.
- Open to Full-Time and Part-Time working patterns.
- Salary: £36,000 to £39,000 + LW £3.500 (up to £42,500 Pro-rata)
It's truly an exciting time to join the team as the charity delivers a new Legacy Strategy, which includes building better relationships with solicitors and personal executors. You will join a specialist Legacy Administration Team, and work in collaboration with the Legacy and In Memory Marketing Team and the Regional Legacies and In Memory Team.
As the Assistant Legacy Administration Manager, you will support the Legacy Administration Manager in all aspects of legacy administration, driving best practice across the team, alongside protecting and optimising legacy income for the charity.
You will manage a specialist caseload of complex and contentious cases that require bespoke management and handling any potential reputational risk to the charity. You will lead and manage a small team of Legacy Officers, ensuring consistent quality of case management, case allocation and provide guidance and mentoring through meetings.
We are looking for previous experience in a Senior Legacy Administration role, with advanced knowledge and expertise of legacy administration, OR have worked in as a Solicitor, specialising in Wills or Probate looking to gain experience in the charity sector.
We are looking for an experienced, enthusiastic and highly motivated Lead Marketing Officer to help develop the organisation’s promotional activities both regionally and nationally.
Nottingham Energy Partnership is a charity dedicated to educating and inspiring action to tackle climate change through the retrofitting of homes to reduce household energy usage and address the global aim to achieve Zero Carbon. Through its innovative, practical ‘learning by doing’ programmes NEP helps households improve the energy performance of their homes and understanding of the energy sector.
Our Environment and Culture
• A fun and busy work environment
• Support from Senior Management
• Regular social and sporting events
This position offers an exciting opportunity for personal and professional development while helping to strengthen and develop the communications and the profile of NEP.
As the Lead Marketing Officer, you will be responsible for helping to develop and implement a range of communications
both online and offline initiatives for NEP’s range of projects and audiences. You will contribute to the development and implementation of the communications policy and strategy for NEP. You will play a key role working with Senior Management writing content and information in response to current affairs on subjects related to the fuel poverty, housing and climate change.
A key responsibility in the role will be to coordinate the marketing team and support them in developing and delivering a robust and engaging marketing strategy that includes a social media strategy, communications schedule, ensuring the website is regularly updated, SEO is enhanced, and performance is tracked across platforms.
In this role you will be the brand guardian and work with designers to articulate and support the development of excellent campaigns and materials. Overall, you will have a commitment to inspire action and drive change.
• Manage the development and implementation of the Marketing strategy
• Organise and attend marketing activities or events to raise brand awareness
• Plan advertising and promotional campaigns for services and key issues on a variety of media (social, print etc.)
• Liaise with stakeholders to promote the success of activities and enhance the company’s presence
• Measure, analyse and regularly report on the impact of promotional activities, as well as performance against core strategic business KPIs using various metrics.
• Prepare content for the publication of marketing material and oversee distribution
• Conduct market research to identify opportunities for promotion and growth
• Collaborate with managers in preparing budgets and monitoring expenses
• Web design
• Improving our SEO ranking.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Job Title: Membership Support Officer, North Wales
Region: Home Based
Contract: Fixed Term Contract to 31st March 2023, Full Time, 35 hours per week
Salary: £25,813 to £28,025 per annum
At the Royal British Legion, we believe in building on potential. As a Membership Support Officer your ability to provide support to our branches and membership across your region could have a real impact on people’s lives.
At its heart, RBL is a people organisation. People who want to do the very best for others, while at the same time making the most of the opportunities and experiences we offer them.
We are the country’s largest Armed Forces charity, with 210,000 members, 50,000 volunteers and a network of partners and charities; helping us give support wherever and whenever it’s needed.
As a Membership Support Officer, you will be responsible for working closely with County Committees, welfare staff and other membership support staff to ensure that Membership fulfil their role in accordance with the Legion’s Membership handbook and policies.
If successful, the main duties of your role will be:
- Build relationships with our Branches, County Committee and local members to support them to achieve the role and purpose of membership.
- Provide advice and support to members so that they can be active in their local communities and effectively participate in Branch Community Support.
- Work with membership committees to ensure efficient and effective management of membership at a local level.
- Communicate with the membership in your area, encouraging them to be involved, and ensuring that all Head Office directives and Area messages are cascaded appropriately and in a timely manner
- Assist the Head of Membership Engagement in the delivery of the four pillars of Legion strategy, engaging with the membership to secure their involvement
We are looking for an effective, diligent multi-tasker with excellent customer service and communication skills. This is a varied role which covers a range of duties from meeting arranging and compliance oversight to organising events and responding to membership queries.
The role requires evening and weekend work. This role is home based but requires travel throughout the region and occasional travel to London and other national locations for meetings. A full driving licence and access to your own vehicle will be required, including being based in the region specified.
About the Royal British Legion – Membership
Across the country, in every city and on every street, the RBL is there to support our Armed Forces community. We formed in 1921 and our membership continues to play a significant role in our work; from being our ambassadors within local communities to working with our welfare teams to provide support to beneficiaries who are socially isolated.
Our Membership Engagement Team provide support, advice and guidance to ensure that our members can continue to be the force for good in their communities. Through strong relationships with our members, the Branches and the County Committees, the MSOs facilitate the sharing of great practice and ensure that the membership remain compliant. The Membership Support Officers are out and about across their areas, meeting Branch members, supporting their activities and building a stronger membership fit for the next 100 years.
So, if you want to give your days meaning. To put your passion into a role with real impact. To support people and be supported yourself. In an inclusive team that faces every challenge together. Whatever your interests and ambitions, we think you’ll find a role here that works for you, with career opportunities right across the UK.
We believe that the compassion, understanding, and service we show each and every individual should be reflected in the way we all support, respect, and include every individual who works with us. We want everyone involved in our work or receiving our services, to feel proud to contribute to or be part of a diverse and inclusive organisation.
We recognise that we still have a long way to go to ensure that we make the RBL a truly great and inclusive organisation to work for and be part of so we have set out our commitments to provide a clear path to deliver this ambition. We will keep listening, learning, and sharing our progress and impact.
How to Apply
Please click 'Apply online
Closing date for this role is: Sunday 28th August 2022
We reserve the right to close this vacancy when we are in receipt of sufficient applications. Should you wish to apply for this post you are advised to complete and submit your application form as soon as possible.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We need a competent and enthusiastic Administrator to support the implementation of our engagement projects and assist in the delivery of HWF’s operations strategy. Reporting to the Engagement & Operations (E&O) Manager, you will contribute to the long-term sustainability and success of the charity, and deliver essential wellbeing support to the UK's healthcare workforce. We need our E&O Administrator to operate across all areas of our service support, ensuring an effective, discreet and seamless delivery process for our beneficiaries.
This part-time role is 21 hours /week. The post is fully home-based and provides a career opportunity with a small professional and dedicated team, with great potential for growth. In addition to a generous 36 days annual leave (pro rata), we offer a commitment to continuous professional growth and development through the provision of an annual training budget for all staff.
Applicants must be based in the UK full-time as, whilst this is a remote-working role, the team does hold in-person meetings.
About The Healthcare Workers’ Foundation
Set up in response to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 by healthcare workers, for healthcare workers, the Healthcare Workers' Foundation (HWF) exists to support everyone working within the sector by providing emotional, financial and workplace support.
We believe that by improving welfare provision for these workers, we will reduce staff attrition and create positive working environments, thus improving patient care.
The needs of our beneficiaries are at the core of everything we do. As the charity has evolved, we have developed new services and created long-term support mechanisms; while the worst of the pandemic is over, the workload pressures, mental health struggles and financial difficulties continue.
The charity currently consists of five staff and is a 100% remote and flexible working organisation. In a little over two years, we have raised £1.3m in funds and over £3m including gifts-in-kind. We currently offer the following services to healthcare workers:
- Bereaved family support and scholarships
- Professional counselling
- Staff room refurbishments
- Financial Support
We also undertake research to establish where we can better help our healthcare workers, and tailor our service offering to meet their needs.
Please sent us your CV and a covering letter; both documents should be no longer than two sides of A4.
Your covering letter should clearly demonstrate how your skills and experience match our Job Description.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We are excited to launch our search for our next Finance Manager.
About Rethinking Economics International
Rethinking Economics (RE) is an international network working to build better Economics in society and the classroom. Our vision is of economies which serve people and the planet. Our purpose is to build a diverse movement of people who challenge, interrogate, and renew the practice, teaching and application of economics.
We started as a student movement in 2012 and have since grown to become a registered charity with an eight-person staff team. Through a mixture of campaigning, events and projects, we support over 120 student groups in 30 countries around the world, who work alongside thousands of supportive members of the public.
Due to the nature of our network, the Finance Manager will be responsible for supporting our network team by making international payments to the 30 countries where we have student groups. We distribute funds to these groups for events, activities and general expenses.
What we’re looking for
We are looking for someone methodical, systematic, good at problem solving, and who has a high level of accuracy in their work. You will manage your time effectively and will work with team members in a way that is time efficient for both you and them.
You will be able to manage the day-to-day finances of the organisation through our Xero accountancy system. You will ensure payments are made promptly through our bank (Triodos) and our other platforms of payment (e.g., PayPal, Pleo virtual card system and international transfer platforms such as Wise and MoneyGram). You will also raise invoices and ensure all our payments from grant givers are paid promptly.
We also want someone who can look at our current processes to develop them, so they are more streamlined, effective and reflect good accounting practice.
In addition, we want someone who can create and interpret budgets, including the organisational budget, and manage the reporting for grant budgets.
You will be proactive and driven, with strong analytical, communication and skills as well as a desire to tackle new challenges.
You do not have to be based in the UK, but you do need to have a good understanding of UK accountancy, and what is expected for the Charity Commission with regards to the annual report and accounts. Our accounts are currently independently prepared by WYCAS, and we are not yet at te threshold for a full audit.
Diversity, Equality and Inclusion
We are committed to providing equality and fairness for all and not to discriminate on grounds of gender, marital status, racialised identity, ethnic origin, colour, nationality, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, mental health, religion or age. We encourage and celebrate the different qualities that our colleagues, and others we work with, bring to our work. And we believe that seeing things from a wide range of different perspectives helps us to resolve problems, adapt our approaches and develop as an organisation. We want to bring greater diversity to our team and we’re keen to hear what you think you’ll bring from your own background and experience (beyond your professional skills and knowledge).
Before you apply, please visit our website for the full job role, and information about the key skills and experience we are looking for in our candidates for this role.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Salary & allowances: Salary circa £25,000 per annum + car allowance (£3,600 per annum) = £28,600
Location: Home based with travel throughout England & Wales
Contract: Full-time (37½ hrs per week). Permanent
The National Federation of Young Farmers’ Clubs (NFYFC) is seeking an individual to play a leading role in supporting and developing YFC county federations as a YFC Field Officer.
YFC Field Officer:
The role will join NFYFC’s staff team to assist with delivery of support services provided to NFYFCs constituent county federations.
The purpose of the role is to act as the key point of contact for the YFC county workforce and to support them to effectively manage the county federation (an independent charity) and to assist the county federations provide support to YFC clubs (small local charities). The YFC workforce comprises of volunteers and staff working for YFC county federations either in a voluntary or a salaried role. A significant number of volunteers change roles annually, and quickly building working relationships will be a key target.
This is a multi-disciplinary role with responsibility for providing advice, guidance, support and resources for the YFC county workforce as well as distinguishing the training needs that will develop the effectiveness of the county federations.
The role will include learning and sharing the good practices in place in YFC clubs and county federations – acting as a conduit to share these across the organisation.
What you may find yourself doing:
- Responding to the challenges of a busy working environment managing requests for information and support from NFYFC’s constituent county federations and volunteers - candidates must be adaptable and enjoy a fast-paced working environment.
- Making regular ‘check-in’ visits (via telephone, online or in person) with NFYFC’s constituent county federation staff and volunteers in England and Wales. Assisting with preparing any action planning required.
- Learning of good practices already in place in YFC clubs and county federations and sharing these across the organisation.
- Designing or assessing training materials and programmes to meet identified needs.
- Planning and delivering training sessions or events. Making requests for colleagues to produce materials to support training activities.
The closing date for applications is 12 noon Friday 19 August 2022.
- About you:
We are seeking applicants who are:
- Experienced in working with volunteers and young people. Able to adapt to working with new volunteers annually. Experience of the Young Farmers’ Clubs organisation or as a youthwork practitioner will be an advantage.
- Experienced in working to a robust safeguarding policy and safeguarding first culture.
- Able to demonstrate experience of supporting and mentoring volunteers and colleagues. Able to build strong productive relationships (on occasion remotely).
- Networkers with influencing skills that result in positive outcomes - Experience of engaging internal decision makers and decision-making bodies at a county or regional level when making policy recommendations – this will include consultation and ability to pre-empt questions/concerns.
- Able to encourage and influence the learning and training provided by NFYFC (delivery of much of our training is through a network of volunteers).
- Able to manage administration and record keeping including experience of servicing committees, producing committee reports, taking and producing minutes to a high standard.
- Fluent in the use of IT (MS Office, databases and other digital/online tools).
- Experienced in promoting and demonstrating anti-discriminatory practice.
- A driver (full licence) – essential and access to a vehicle to be used for work (this post attracts a car allowance and mileage claims against the expenses policy). Travel throughout England and Wales is a requirement of the role.
- Charismatic – an outgoing personality and a team player.
- Experienced in working with and managing the governance functions of a small charity or keen to learn about and provide advice on the governance of small local charitable organisations.
- Experienced in committee work.
- Able to identify training needs and to develop and design national-level training materials and toolkits.
- Holders of formal qualifications as an educator or youthworker.
- Experienced working with/for a membership organisation.
- The post is fulltime and is permanent.
- Contracted hours are balanced, and post holders will average a 37½ hour working week. Working hours will include some evenings and some weekends. A time off in lieu policy is in place.
- The post is homebased and travel throughout England and Wales is a requirement of this role and may involve occasional overnight stays. Attendance at national meetings that NFYFC hosts (online, or often in Warwickshire) will be required.
- Please be advised that we cannot offer visa sponsorship and that you must have right to work in the UK to apply or be considered for this role. If you are a non-UK National, you must already have an appropriate working visa/right to work in the UK to be considered. This post is based in the UK.
- NFYFC is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all employees and volunteers to share this commitment. We are committed to inclusion and embrace the spirit of all equalities legislation. Where possible we will always make reasonable adjustments for accessibility to anyone who requires it.
- About the organisation:
The National Federation of Young Farmers’ Clubs (England & Wales) [NFYFC] is one of the largest rural youth organisations in the UK. The organisation provides opportunities for personal development of its members through training programmes, competitions, skills certificates and overseas travel. This is a democratic membership organisation comprising of approx. 580 Young Farmers’ Clubs in England & Wales which are grouped in 46 county federations.
The National Federation of Young Farmers’ Clubs supports the clubs and county federations achieve the charity objectives through a range of programmes and training underpinned by youth work principles. Programmes of work are designed to offer opportunities for participation, learning, fun and personal development to YFC members aged 10 to 28 years and to those supporting them in their roles across England and Wales.
Instructions to applicants:-
- All applications to be submitted on the NFYFC’s application form and accompanied by a supporting statement/letter/email, outlining how you meet the person specification and what you can bring to the role (no more than two A4 sides.
- Closing date for completed applications is 12 noon Friday 19 August 2022
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Are you looking for an opportunity to work from home?
Do you have excellent communication skills, both written and oral?
Are you able to provide outstanding customer care and represent Choice Support in a positive and professional manner to both internal and external agencies?
Then this is the role you have been looking for!
Choice Support currently delivers the Care Quality Commission (CQC) Experts by Experience contract across the whole of England. We are looking for an additional 2 Plan and Support Officers to join our team.
Working from home you will provide Experts by Experience colleagues with telephone and comprehensive administrative support to facilitate their involvement in CQC inspections and activities.
You will be the main point of contact for Experts by Experience before, during and after events. You will also provide telephone and administrative support to CQC Inspectors.
Experts by Experience colleagues are individuals employed by Choice Support who have lived experience of health and social care services. They take part in CQC inspections alongside CQC Inspectors.
Please submit your application by 4pm on 7th September 2022.
We reserve the right to close this position early, subject to receiving sufficient interest.
We are committed to promoting diversity and inclusion and taking action to address inequality. We particularly welcome applications from anyone who is from a Black, Asian or minority ethnic background, anyone who considers themselves to have a disability and members of the LGBTQ+ community.
Choice Support is Disability Confident which is a scheme run by the Department of Work and Pensions. As part of our commitment, we operate a Guaranteed Interview Scheme - all candidates who declare a disability and meet the essential criteria for the role will be guaranteed an interview.We are committed to promoting diversity and inclusion and taking action to address inequality. We particularly welcome applications from anyone who is from a Black, Asian or minority ethnic background, anyone who considers themselves to have a disability and members of the LGBTQ+ community.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Based in: Derby,
- Hours: 17.5–21 per week to be negotiated.
- Pay: Between £35,236 and £40,578 pro rata (dependent on experience).
- Fixed-term two years with possibility of permanent.
- The role does require occasional working outside normal office hours.
ATM seeks to support teachers to explore strategies that will enable learners to enjoy and discover mathematics. It is a charitable Subject Association, supported by membership subscription, the sale of publications and a variety of other events, including an annual conference.
The Executive Officer reports directly to the board of trustees and is appointed by the board to manage and develop the day-to-day operations of the charity, including finance, employment and trading-related activities. The Executive Officer has specific responsibility for the leadership, management and development of a small team of administrators, with overall responsibility for their work in relation to membership, finance, marketing and events.
Closing date: 5pm 31/08/2022
Shortlisting date: 09/09/2022
Interview date: 16/09/2022
- Experienced in strategic planning, change and project management, and exhibit an innovative and proactive approach to work.
- Establish clear priorities, work independently, while having the ability to judge when it is appropriate to consult with the board of trustees.
- The ability to manage multiple projects and prioritise conflicting tasks.
- Maintain staff by recruiting, selecting and training employees: maintaining a safe, secure and legal work environment, and developing personal growth opportunities for employees.
- Experience of producing budget forecasts and managing an organisation’s finances.
- Experience developing marketing strategies
Supplementary skills (candidates lacking these skills who demonstrate aptitude will be considered)
- Is digitally literate with experience of a range of software systems, or the ability to learn, including customer relationship databases, content management websites and Microsoft Office.
- Possesses an excellent working knowledge of the voluntary sector, including governance and appropriate legislation or has the capacity to develop this knowledge rapidly upon recruitment.
- A working knowledge of managing marketing campaigns, social media, branding and web content.
- Experience of event management of all sizes according to requirements, target audience and objectives.
- Experience of coordinating and maintaining heath and safety policy processes, risk control systems and good practice standards, with monitoring arrangements with each service, premises and activity.
Experience in the Charity sector is favourable, although not essential
How to apply:
Applicants are asked to submit an Application Form and Equal Opportunities Form by 5:00pm, 31 August 2022 Late applicants will not be considered.
Interviews will be held on 16th September 2022 at Derby Penta Hotel
Equal Opportunities - The Association of Teachers of Mathematics (ATM) is fully committed to equality and diversity in both recruitment and the provision of services. The selection procedure is operated without discrimination, that is to say without regard to irrelevant considerations such as sex, race, colour, ethnic or national origin, nationality, citizenship, disability, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, pregnancy and maternity, marriage and civil partnership, religion or belief, or age. If you are disabled and require any adjustments at any stage, please inform us and we will try to accommodate your needs.
Applicants are asked to submit an Application Form and Equal Opportunities Form by 5:00pm, 31 August 2022
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Are you an immediately available candidate looking for great opportunity within a supportive professional body who promotes excellence and are you looking for a temp to perm, remote position? If so, please contact me immediately!
Core role responsibilities:
* Assisting with management accounts and regular forecasts preparation for budget holders
* Overseeing nominal ledger, sales ledger, purchase ledger, journal entry postings
* Responsible for bank and cash transactions, direct debits including reconciliation of all bank accounts, credit cards and PayPal account
* responsible for payroll control account reconciliation and processing pensions (payroll is outsourced)
* Ensure credit control management and supplier statement reconciliation
* Schedule and undertake regular payment runs
* Responsible for month end close and assisting with accruals and prepayments entries
* Assisting with budgeting and year end
* Assisting with VAT calculations and returns
* Maintaining the fixed asset register and depreciation calculations
* Processing Intercompany transactions and postings
* Assisting with providing accurate, timely financial information for external auditors
* Prepare income, expenses and cashflow analysis
* Assisting with preparing costings for programmes and events
* Assisting with financial administrative tasks
* Quality assuring financial data and information management, ensuring accurate financial coding and record keeping at all times
* Improving and exploring the use of different functionalities and modules of Sage 50 accounting software to improve the recording, processing and use of financial information
* Building and maintaining effective relationships with the internal team and external customers and stakeholders (eg suppliers and contractors)
* Act as the first point of contact for investigating and resolving invoicing and payment queries
* Processing and applying monthly expenses to appropriate budget line items, tracking outstanding balances and receipts, updating forecasts, and escalating any unusual variances in spend
* Engaging with suppliers and colleagues to ensure invoices received, submitted and processed in a timely manner, and to quality standards, escalating any risks to income
* Assist with maintaining financial policies, processes and systems used, supporting the wider team with interpretation and understanding, as well as undertaking regular quality checks and improvements
* Apply knowledge of financial regulations and Data Protection Act across all areas, keeping up to date with updates and changes.
This role will require the following as standard, as and when applicable:
* Occasionally, perform any other duties appropriate to the role as reasonably required
* Seek to minimise environmental impact in the performance of the role and promote environmental sustainability within area of responsibility
* Comply with the Equality Act 2010, eliminating unlawful discrimination, advancing equality of opportunity and fostering good relations with particular attention to the protected characteristics.
Skills and experience Essential Desirable Education & qualifications
Educated to degree level or equivalent experience
Part qualified ACCA/CIMA/ACA or AAT level 4 equivalent
Five years of relevant financial and accounting experience
Experience of working in the charity sector
Experience of working in an education, professional membership organisation
Experience of supporting external audits
Practical understanding and application of the Data Protection Act
Experience of data analysis and reporting
Organisation and planning
Strong attention to detail and ability to undertake quality checks
Can deliver to tight and/or unforeseen deadlines
Demonstrable organisational and scheduling skills with an emphasis on forward planning capabilities
Good understanding of financial planning and delivery cycles
Ability to improve processes and systems to ensure efficiency and effectiveness
Proficient in Sage 50 accounting software
Demonstrable IT skills, specifically Microsoft Excel, Word
Able to utilise online learning systems, platforms and CRM database
Ability to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing with a range of stakeholders
Experience of building effective working and interpersonal relationships within teams
Professional approach to communicating sensitive information
Experience of creating and maintaining written processes and protocols
High level of integrity and personal accountability
Discreet and calm under pressure
Adaptable with a willingness to learn from others
Assertive and confident in managing own workload and communicating risks and issues with delivery
Commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion and an understanding of how to demonstrate this within the role and organisation
We practice a diverse and inclusive recruitment process that ensures equal opportunity for all we work with, irrespective of race, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, age or gender. As an organisation, we encourage applications from all backgrounds and will ensure measures are met when required, to allow a fair process throughout.
Buttle UK is looking to recruit a Grants Development Officer – Support for Boarding, to be a member of the grants team and manage the administration, assessment and processing of Support for Boarding grants for individual children across the UK, as well as other related projects and activities.
Buttle UK supports those living in financial hardship and dealing with multiple social issues. We provide funding to improve emotional, educational, and social outcomes for children and young people. For a small number of children, whose ongoing home environment is disruptive and chaotic, grants which support them to go to boarding school.
With nearly 70 years’ experience, and with 52 schools in the partnership network, in the last three years alone Buttle UK has supported 214 children and young people with a Boarding School grant, equating to £2.38mil.
We are looking for someone to join our small and enthusiastic team achieving amazing things. Applicants will have a demonstrable passion for improving outcomes for children and young people, have knowledge and experience of the aims, objectives and practices of boarding schools and bursaries, and experience of working in partnership with a wide range of stakeholders. Applicants should be flexible, friendly, and efficient with the ability to negotiate and resolve complex situations. You will share our values of being child focused, empathetic, responsive, collaborative, and accountable. Knowledge of issues around child poverty and social welfare issues in the UK, the ability to work independently and excellent communication skills are all essential to the role of a Grants Development Officer – Support for Boarding.
This is a significant time for Buttle UK. As we enter the third year of a five-year strategy, we take stock of the impact of the pandemic, and now the impact of the cost-of-living crisis. We have seen the impact our grants have and have a reputation for friendliness, efficiency, and effectiveness in our grant distribution. We are always striving to do better. The role of the Grants Development Officer – Support for Boarding is vital in ensuring funds reach those who need our support most.
Buttle UK is passionate about promoting equity, valuing diversity, and working inclusively. We welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons particularly people with disabilities and Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic applicants, as these groups are currently underrepresented in our workforce.
We are open to flexible working and allocating the 28 hours per week as suits you, e.g., to accommodate care responsibilities, other work commitments, or personal preference.
To support applicants through the recruitment process, we commit to:
● Paying for childcare for the hours in and around the interview process
● Paying for your travel costs to the office and back for interviews, if these are held in person
● Holding interviews online if easier for candidates’ circumstances
● Supporting any accessibility needs in the application and interview process
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.