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This is a fascinating, wide-ranging role across multiple forms of fundraising and engagement. There are significant opportunities for personal development. You'll be working in a brilliant team at a fun, creative, dynamic and friendly charity.
You'll be thanking our our fundraisers and donors, looking after our data, and keeping in touch with our consultancy and training customers. You'll also be supporting with new, creative fundraising campaigns.
You'll need to be well-organised, have great attention to detail and able to manage lots of different tasks in any one day. You'll be open to trying things you've not done before, and will be supported all the way.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Define, design and implement a data strategy for Communications, Marketing and Fundraising.
The Royal Parks manages over 5,000 acres of diverse parkland, rare habitats and historic buildings and monuments in eight Royal Parks across London, as well as other public spaces including Brompton Cemetery and Victoria Tower Gardens. The eight Royal Parks and other public spaces are among the most visited attractions in the UK with 77 million visits every year.
The Database Manager will define, design and implement a data strategy for Communications, Marketing and Fundraising. This will be aligned to the organisational strategy and the fundraising strategy, and work in partnership with the requirements of other strategies, projects and programmes.
The main focus of the role is to manage and maintain the Directorate’s Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system, Salesforce, and all related data, ensuring it delivers relevant, GDPR compliant, accurate and up to date information for fundraising and engagement teams across the Directorate.
The role will be the main point of contact for any data queries within the Directorate, and responsible for maximising the efficiency of the system including data cleansing, data campaign selections, supporter journey development and stewardship. The post holder will also be responsible for the optimisation and improvement of our marketing through ownership of the data strategy.
- Support the fundraising team to reach the right audiences, overseeing data and effective audience segmentation
- The Salesforce and data expert for the engagement directorate and wider charity
- Increase use of automation and develop specific dashboards for individual users
- Support the development of audience journeys and fundraising journeys
- Internal training and development of the use of Salesforce
- Optimise use of a preference centre
- Instrumental in evolving how data is used in fundraising and engagement
- Database experience gained in a fundraising context
- Experience using Salesforce and being a Salesforce Systems Administrator
- Blend of technical skills and ability to develop effective internal relationships
- Strong communication and collaboration skills
- Experience of creating data strategy is desirable, but support will be given in this area
- Able to manage a varied workload with multiple internal stakeholders
Office location in Hyde Park with hybrid work from home.
Closing date 7 February with first stage interviews scheduled 14/15 February.
The International Water Association is a worldwide network for water professionals and organisations, with a membership in the fields of water services, infrastructure engineering and consulting. It connects more than 10,000 experts within the international water sector. IWA is a network structured to promote multi-level collaboration among its diverse membership groups, to share the benefit of knowledge on water science, technology and management worldwide.
Each year, IWA organises and sponsors over 40 specialized conferences and seminars on a wide variety of water and sanitation topics worldwide. Further, IWA publishes 12 scientific journals and 40+ books per year. IWA develops leading edge innovations and synthesizes these through the work of 50 IWA Specialist Groups (SGs), three Clusters and a set of global programmes such as, Cities of the Future, Basins of the Future, Digitalization of Water, and Innovators Platform. IWA has a worldwide staff of approximately 50, with headquarters in London and offices in Nanjing (China), and Chennai (India).
The Marketing & Communications Opportunity
IWA is entering an important phase in its development, with a number of transformational activities being implemented and new outputs being delivered. These present some exceptional opportunities for marketing and communications activity to deliver the greatest returns for IWA from these developments.
The Marketing & Communications Team has complementary expertise and experience, with blending / overlapping of activities. It already delivers a wide range of outputs and undertakes a diverse range of tasks. It is intended that the role of Communications / Marketing Officer (Digital delivery) will complement the existing team, allowing team members to exercise similar core skills while leading on different activities, and also bringing complementary skills and expertise to the team.
Detailed Job Description
Under the general supervision of the Marketing and Communications Director, the Communications / Marketing Officer has the responsibility to execute on a variety of strategic elements of the IWA’s Marketing and Communication plan, further establishing the IWA members as thought-leaders and the IWA as a global reference point for water professionals and those concerned with the future of water, addressing all aspects of the water cycle.
In addition to this operational aspect of this job, the Communications / Marketing Officer will take note of the tasks that form this role and advise the Marketing and Communications Director on the ongoing needs and planning of the Marketing and Communications team. They have the responsibility for producing and delivering communications and marketing content and strategies, working as part of IWA’s Marketing and Communications team, and with the Events, Programmes & Membership Engagement, Corporate Services, and Regional teams. They will report to and work closely with the Marketing and Communications team in establishing, raising, and maintaining IWA’s brand awareness.
1. Content creation and evaluation – with audio / visual focus
As part of the Marketing and Communications plan, and working collaboratively with colleagues in relevant teams, develop engaging content to support IWA programmes and events campaigns:
- Create and produce compelling and engaging content, particularly audio / visual content (imagery, audio and video), for IWA generally, and for specific marketing campaigns and projects;
- Provide lead support to staff for use of media suite;
- Evaluate impact of content deployment, including:
- Optimising web content for SEO purposes;
- Undertake marketing benchmarking, analytics and reporting on key outputs and channels.
2. Research and develop narratives and storylines to extend reach in areas of strategic importance to IWA
As part of the Marketing and Communications plan, and working collaboratively with colleagues in relevant teams:
- Identify themes, develop materials, and stimulate activity to support uptake, use and impact of new content management system / member platform.
- Work with IWA Learn team to develop and help deliver materials and to stimulate activity around products and outputs emerging from IWA Learn.
- Deliver output for marketing and communications purposes, especially to support success of IWA events.
- Implementation through specific strategies and campaigns across a range of channels, including various online channels such as social media, website, etc.
3. Provide a lead on marketing-led communications on the theme of innovation
Produce content and marketing materials to highlight IWA’s contribution to water sector innovation globally:
- Provide online and offline content creation for website and social media;
- Liaise with and manage different internal and external stakeholders;
- Support development of event-based activities focused on innovation, leading on the delivery of communications and marketing value and impact.
- Develop specific strategies and campaigns across a range of channels, including various online channels such as social media, website, etc.
4. Marketing support
Working with the Marketing and Communications Director, other team members and other teams, support implementation of marketing activities, including use of paid-for digital marketing.
- Support delivery of all marketing campaigns;
- Provide a lead to identify and develop marketing opportunities based on IWA’s activity on diversity and IWA’s membership opportunities.
- Use membership data and analytics to enhance retention and recruitment campaign activity, and to tailor messaging accordingly.
Key Selection Criteria
- Right to work in the UK
- Strong experience with digital content creation and production
- Proven track record of producing audio/visual (marketing) content, as well as written content, preferably with ability to use graphical design and video software (e.g. Photoshop, InDesign, Premiere)
- Strong preference for scientific / engineering academic and / or work background
- Demonstrated ability to prepare and check content to ensure materials achieve high standard of English
- Strong understanding of social media and digital interactive networking platforms
- Experience of developing and delivering marketing and communications plans and strategies, preferably with a membership organisation, NGO, or similar
- Good experience of delivering messages on target to key audiences
- Project management skills
- Good interpersonal skills, appreciation of multi-cultural environment and the ability to gain understanding and cooperation across all areas of the organisation and its members and participants
- 3+ years’ experience in international communications / marketing is desirable.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Reports to: Chief Executive
Location: London, home-based or hybrid
Campaign for National Parks is the only independent voice for National Parks in England and Wales. It’s our job to fight for the National Parks, for the wildlife and the people who call them home on behalf of everyone across the nation, for whom our National Parks were created. We believe that thriving National Parks are fundamental to nature recovery, tackling the climate emergency and helping the nation through this health crisis, by ensuring access for all, no matter their race, class or background.
Our organisation has a proud history, dating back to campaigning for the creation of National Parks. If you want to help us develop the next chapter of our story to save some of the world’s most awe-inspiring places, Campaign for National Parks wants to hear from you.
We recognise that the environment sector are under-represented by people from ethnic minority and low-income backgrounds, LGBTQ+ and disabled people and we want to change that. So, we especially welcome candidates from these backgrounds.
The purpose of this role is to lead organisational development to help ensure we have the funds, the programmes and systems to deliver our campaigning goals and ensure our team is thriving, happy and well supported.
The Development Manager will be pivotal to growing the organisation and we’re looking for someone to grow and develop with us. This role would suit someone highly organised with lots of initiative, varied fundraising experience, great communication skills and a passion for National Parks.
We are looking for someone who can:
- Develop our income strategy
- Grow our individual-giving and corporate membership supporter base
- Lead analysis of business data and develop metrics
- Build and manage relationships with funders and partners
- Support the team to ensure all our work maximises opportunities for fundraising and can demonstrate the huge impact of donations.
- Be a positive and proactive member of our senior team and contribute to development of our organisational strategy.
The skills we need:
- Entrepreneurial mindset
- Communicating your passion for National Parks
- Project management.
- Leadership: able to lead fundraising and development function, try things and use data to understand what works
- Fundraising success including in at least in one of the following areas: individual giving; corporate partnerships; trusts and foundations.
- Partnerships and relationships: excellent at building relationships, working in partnership and able to motivate, influence and negotiate with others.
Being a small organisation, everyone has a big say in what we do and how we do it. Our agility and size means that you will spend more of your time making things happen and you will get to visit the nation’s most beautiful places.
Work/life balance is really important to us. We are open to exploring how this role could work for you, including whether you want full time (35 hours per week) or part time.
We offer enhanced holiday allowance and pension contributions.
If you are interested, please apply now!
Interviews will be held week commencing 14th February 2022
To apply please submit your CV along with a completed application form and equality and diversity form.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We are looking for a full time Marketing and Communications Officer to join our kind hearted and active team at Jamyang London.
The MarComms Officer role at Jamyang is a diverse and fully rounded position which draws on many aspects of the comms field, from marketing and events, to copy writing and visual design and email marketing and data analysis to name a few, in supporting Jamyang’s education and community-based activities and endeavours in enterprise.
REQUIRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
- Successful track record of marketing/comms experience covering the areas of responsibilities
- Excellent track record of written communication
- Can demonstrate a great aesthetic eye
- Ability to do both strategic and hands-on execution/implementation
- Experience with MailChimp; WordPress; Google Analytics and Google Search Console
- Experience with audio/video (A/V) editing welcomed
Versatility – being a small non-profit, candidates need to be able to operate at different levels, from high level strategic, to hands-on executional
Strategic and creative thinking – the world of non-profit combines big dreams and limited resources. To succeed it requires team members who have a capacity to think creatively and be able to implement new solutions.
We request that each person make a sincere effort to treat other staff, volunteers, community members, retreaters and guests and students of JBC with compassion and generosity. With awareness that we are all at various places along the path, we ask that each staff member make a sincere and concerted effort to put the Dharma into practice in all aspects of daily life including work so that we may create a peaceful, positive and caring work environment.
We believe that a great business starts with great people, and that's where you come in. By working at Abbeyfield you’ll be joining a charity with more than 400 houses and over 7000 residents. Best of all, we’re a charity, meaning that the interests of our valued staff and residents sit at the heart of what we do, not shareholders.
Your role at Abbeyfield
This is a fixed term maternity cover appointment for 12 months. The role will be home based with some travel required to various locations. We will be interviewing candidates on a rolling basis so we recommend applying before the closing date of 7th February 2022.
Are you a creative digital native who can bring to life the incredible work Abbeyfield does on a daily basis? Then we want to hear from you!
We’re looking for someone to join our dynamic digital team and manage our social media channels and on-site blog. You will champion the use of social media to attract new residents and supporters and communicate the impact Abbeyfield has on older people throughout the UK.
From writing compelling resident and staff case studies to showcasing the many events happening within Abbeyfield homes, you’ll be able to tailor our content so that it reaches the right people on the right platforms, at the right time.
Key responsibilities include:
- Manage and develop all social media channels for The Abbeyfield Society: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.
- Develop and execute the Abbeyfield social media strategy in line with the overall digital strategy.
- Plan and deliver social media campaigns to increase brand awareness, active engagement and web traffic.
- Manage paid for activity as necessary across all social media platforms.
- Where possible, visit Abbeyfield houses and home to gather content for social media and blog posts.
- Monitor the additional house Facebook groups to ensure they meet Abbeyfield’s social media policy procedures.
- Keep up to date with trends in the social space to keep Abbeyfield abreast with relevant campaigns.
You will have proven experience managing social media channels - juggling various campaigns and business objectives.
It is essential that you are able to organise your own time and prioritise work load to ensure key messages are communicated in a timely manner. You will be responsible for the yearly content calendar as well as responding to supports comments and questions.
As this role is primarily home based, you’ll be a self-starter who can work to a high standard in collaboration with the wider digital and marketing team. You will have the competence and drive to deliver daily, weekly and monthly tasks under pressure whilst retaining a consistent and engaging approach. You will need to be confident pitching ideas, feeding in to campaigns and troubleshooting and issues to a variety of colleagues from across Abbeyfield - but rest assured you will be supported in this by working closely with the Digital Manager.
Additional experience in photography, videography and graphic design would be desirable to create visual assets to boost engagement on social posts.
Ideally you will have experience working in the third sector for a charity or similar organisation, but this is not essential. What we really want is someone ready to hit the ground running, bringing fresh and innovative ideas to propel Abbeyfield’s social media platforms forward.
Some travel will be required to Abbeyfield homes and our head office in St Albans when required. Access to your own transport would be a benefit.
You must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (other than in exceptional circumstances), and intend to have any further booster vaccinations that are made available.
What Abbeyfield offers you
At Abbeyfield, we are committed to rewarding our staff for their hard work. Our benefits include:
- Competitive pay, and the opportunity for promotion to a higher pay band within role
- 33 days paid leave, including bank/public holidays
- Comprehensive induction
- Learning and career development opportunities
- Occupational sick pay
- Company pension
- Discounted gym membership
- An employee assistance programme
- Cycle-to-work scheme
- Shop and save vouchers
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Are you a strong all-round fundraising manager? Can you manage a portfolio of activities including, individual giving, community fundraising, trust fundraising and legacies, to ensure our income streams remain stable and sustainable?
We are looking for a Fundraising Manager on a fixed term contract for a maternity cover role.
A natural relationship builder, you will work across all areas of fundraising including marketing. The money you raise will enable us to improve the diagnosis, care and treatment of people living with axial spondyloarthritis, and fund support services such as our helpline.
This is an exciting time to join the charity. We have a new fundraising strategy, have diversified our portfolio of fundraising activities, and introduced a new and distinct brand. Everything you do will help us support people living with axial SpA, a painful and progressive form of inflammatory arthritis that often affects young people.
You will be responsible for delivering our community fundraising campaign, our spring appeal, Summer Raffle, and help us grow our legacy pipeline. You will also work with colleagues across NASS to develop trust funding applications and will line manage two direct reports.
Want to find out more about life with axial SpA? Watch this video - https://youtu.be/iHFzUEdkQC8
If this sounds like you, then please get in touch. You will need to submit your CV together with a cover letter explaining your interest in the role - don’t forget to address the person specification in your letter. Please also complete and submit the attached Equality & Diversity Monitoring form.
Deadline for applications 10am on 9 January 2022. Interviews will be held on 20th and 21st January. For further information, contact Liz Marshall, Head of Marketing, Communications and Fundraising at NASS.
- Fixed term contract
- Salary up to £40,000 p.a.
- Employer pension contribution of 10%
- 25 days annual leave plus 3 days leave between Christmas and New Year
- Flexible working, with the option to work from home
- Time off in Lieu scheme
- Death in Service benefit to loved ones
Thank you for your interest in NASS!
Please submit your CV along with a covering letting outlining how you meet the person specification.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
At Breast Cancer Now, we’re more focused and determined than ever right now to turn the tide on breast cancer.
We’re looking for a Press & PR Manager (Research & Health) to join our talented and ambitious Press, PR & Celebrity team. The successful candidate will lead on developing a strategy and building profile that showcases our world-class research and cements us as the ‘go to’ organisation in breast cancer for key stakeholders.
Great at building relationships including across colleagues, journalists, partner institutions, ambassadors of Breast Cancer Now and people affected by breast cancer, you’ll work strategically, collaboratively and at pace to deliver outstanding results.
With an instinctive news sense, you’ll bring the impact of our research to life and position the charity at the heart of the news agenda as the patient-focused, expert voice on issues facing the medical research sector, and championing the needs of people affected by breast cancer.
You’ll play a key role as a manager within our wider ambitious, focused and supportive Fundraising, Communications and Engagement Directorate, which has a focus and drive to reach and engage more people than ever before in our work and to develop our fundraising to continue to be a sustainable organisation for the future.
We’re Breast Cancer Now, the charity that’s steered by world-class research and powered by life-changing care. We’re here for anyone affected by breast cancer, the whole way through, providing support for today and hope for the future.
We’re that trusted friend that people affected by breast cancer turn to for caring support when they need it most. The expert authority on breast cancer research who is making breakthroughs and driving forward progress. And a vehicle for change, acting now to make sure anyone affected by breast cancer gets the best possible treatment and care.
We believe that we can change the future of breast cancer and make sure that, by 2050, everyone diagnosed with the disease lives, and is supported to live well. But we need to act now.
Although the role is based in our London office, we are following a blended approach between office and home working with a minimum or two days per week in the office for full-time staff members. However, following recent Government guidance, staff members are currently working from home if they can do so. Should you have any queries with regards to this please contact us in the first instance.
Breast Cancer Now is an inclusive employer committed to developing a diverse workforce.
Closing date: Monday 31 January 2022 at 9:00am
Interview date: Week commencing 7 February 2022 (virtual)
You will be responsible for the public and professional communications of the charity, including national publicity for our work in health services development, medical research, income generation and high-profile campaigns. The role will include building our profile and engaging the public in our vision and mission and increasing their understanding of Crohn’s and Colitis. You will deliver high-quality communications activities to help us to reach the 500,000 people diagnosed with Crohn’s and Colitis in the UK, strengthening our community and ensuring that everyone who needs our help can access it.
Working at the heart of the organisation, you will collaborate with teams across the charity to build our communications programme, increase profile, improve brand recognition and trust, generate national media coverage, harness the support of our celebrity and Ambassador supporters and deliver thought-leadership activity to influence key audiences. You will also develop and implement excellent internal processes to ensure communications and brand management is robust and consistent across the organisation.
You will be a talented, experienced communications professional with the skills to gain cut-through with key audiences and inspire positive, urgent action on issues including early diagnosis, improved treatments, fundraising and profile raising.
You will bring Crohn’s & Colitis UK’s work to life through compelling storytelling and impactful activity, increasing engagement with our key audiences and supporting our ambitious 3-year strategy. You will be an excellent copy writer and enthusiastic collaborator with experience of budgeting and financial management as well as supervising staff.
If you like the sound of this position and think you have what we are looking for then it would be great to hear from you.
The charity is at a really exciting point. We are in excellent financial health and moving to a new strategy which will give you the chance to put a personal stamp on the actions we are taking to improve the quality of life for people with Crohn’s and Colitis.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Department/Division: HQ Communications
Work location: London, UK or Toronto, Canada
Work arrangement: A combination of in-office and remote work in accordance with Right To Play’s work arrangement and the operational needs of the department
Authorized to work in: UK or Canada (Eligible to work legally without requiring sponsorship or work permit)
Target Hiring Range: GBP 38,000 – 42,000 / CAD 63,000 – 68,000 per annum (dependant on successful candidate’s work location)
Target Start Date: March 2022
Contract Duration: Permanent/Full-time
Closing Date: January 30, 2022
Right To Play is a global organisation that protects, educates, and empowers children to rise above adversity using the power of play. By harnessing play, one of the most powerful and fundamental forces in a child’s life, we helped 2.3 million children last year to stay in school and out of work, to prevent life-threatening diseases, and to stay safe from exploitation and abuse. We are the only global development organization focused exclusively on using play to transform the lives of children and youth impacted by poverty, war, disease, displacement, and inequality.
Established in 2000, Right To Play reaches children through experiential programming in 15 countries in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and North America. These programs are supported by our headquarters in Toronto, Canada; London, UK and eight national offices across Europe (Germany, The Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, UK) and North America (Canada, US).
With a shared passion for our mission, our Culture Code guides how we act and interact based on five core pillars:
- Accept Everyone – Be intentional about inclusion
- Make Things Happen – Seek opportunities to lead and innovate
- Display Courage – Act with integrity
- Demonstrate Care – Look after yourself and one another
- Be Playful – Have fun at work
Please visit our website to learn more about who we are, what we do, and find out about the five pillars of our Culture Code.
Reporting to the VP, Marketing and Communications (based in Right To Play’s global headquarters in Toronto, Canada), the Communications Manager, Country Programs works with Country Offices in Burundi, Ethiopia, Ghana, Jordan, Lebanon, Mali, Mozambique, Pakistan, the Palestinian Territories, Rwanda, Senegal, Tanzania, Thailand and Uganda to support and in some cases lead in-country communications strategy, planning, and execution, and ensure that communications activities and deliverables are alignment with Right To Play’s brand and communications strategy and needs.
The Communications Manager, Country Programs will support Country Offices to enhance the organization’s overall public image in their markets, and to communicate Right To Play’s impact and activities to target audiences, including funders, government and program partners, media, community leaders, and other key stakeholders. Key responsibilities include support on annual and project-based communications planning; ensuring brand consistency across all offices and channels; developing communications resources like presentations, report, fact sheets, videos, and communications templates;supporting donor deliverables; providing training, resources, standards, and best practices that ensure a high-level of communications across all offices; supporting on media relations; and producing content for use in marketing and fundraising across the organization.
The Communications Manager, Country Programs is required to travel 30% of time to Right To Play program countries.
1. Communications Strategy and Planning (10% of Time):
- Support Country Office staff to develop annual and project communications plans that are in line with Right To Play’s global communications strategy and country strategic plans, support and respond to fundraising and project objectives, and maximize brand awareness and impact.
2. Brand Compliance and Effective Communications Templates, Assets, and Content (20% of Time):
- Ensure brand compliance of all marketing and communications materials produced for external audiences, including social media channels.
- Support Country Office staff to develop communications materials that support fundraising and partnership objectives, profile partners and funders, and communicate program effectiveness. Gather multimedia success stories and content for use across the organization.
- Promote creative communication innovations.
3. Media Relations Support in Partner Countries (10% of Time):
- Guide Country Offices to develop appropriate media relations strategies that help raise the profile of RTP and our work.
- Review and provide feedback on media materials developed by Country Offices such as press releases and media advisories, media briefs, and other documents and templates required for effective media relations, and build relationships with regional and/or international media contacts where appropriate.
- Serve as spokesperson for RTP with media and key stakeholders as needed.
- Monitor, track, and analyze media coverage for RTP in Country Offices.
4. Training and capacity (15% of Time):
- Provide brand, messaging, and other communications training to Country Office staff.
- Build the capacity of spokespeople in each country to accurately and effectively communicate about Right To Play and its programs.
- Onboard new Country Office communications staff and support on recruitment where needed
- Deliver and/or support the delivery of a range of brand and communications training to staff in Country Offices
- Support visits by Right To Play board members, donors and ambassadors
5. Other duties as assigned (5% of Time)
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Must have):
- University degree or equivalent in communications, public relations, journalism or related field.
- Minimum of 7 years of relevant employment experience, some of it preferably in Africa, the Middle East, or Asia
- Experience in developing communications strategies and plans
- Experience with brand management
- Experience developing compelling and effective marketing and communications materials, including presentations, impact and stewardship reports, web content, infographics, and video
- Experience working cross-functionally and demonstrated ability to lead successful projects
- Experience representing an organization with external stakeholders
- Experience conducting media relations for a nonprofit organization
- Experience with providing communications training to diverse stakeholders
- Familiarity and interest in Right To Play’s mission and outcome areas
- Excellent written and oral presentation skills and ability to communicate effectively with a variety of audiences, including the media, the public, government officials, NGOs, Right To Play’s affiliates, and others
- Strong people and facilitation skills
- Creative and able to work well under pressure
- Ability to balance competing priorities and meet deadlines
- Confident to work alone but able to judge when help is required or when there is an opportunity to share learning
- Able to manage heavy workload reporting to multiple audiences and stakeholders
- Demonstrated interest in human rights and social change issues, and good knowledge of the NGO, media, and political environments in development cooperation
- Sensitivity to and ability to working in different cultural and political contexts
- Excellent writing, editing, and proofreading skills
- Graphic design skills, and familiarity with Canva or other design software
- Familiarity with Office 365
- Experience with social media management and familiarity with major social media platforms
- Demonstrated facilitation and coaching skills
- High level of proficiency in written and oral English
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS (An Asset)
- Videography and photography skills
- Fluency in other languages, particularly French and/or Arabic
WHO YOU ARE:
You are a smart, savvy, and collaborative communications professional who takes brand management and compliance seriously; is motivated to create communications opportunities and materials that inspire and compel donors and partners to support children around the world; loves to support colleagues to achieve their goals and develop their knowledge and skills; is as comfortable in training a group of colleagues as you are speaking to a journalist or decision-maker or interacting with community members; and is looking for an international challenge in a new position that is critical to the advancement of Right To Play’s strategic objectives and mission.
WHAT YOU’LL GET:
The opportunity to work with a passionate, innovative and collaborative team where you have the ability to make things happen. You will gain experience working for a Great Place to Work® Canada Certified and globally recognized organization with a healthy culture premised on our Culture Code (accept everyone, make things happen, display courage, demonstrate care and be playful). In addition, we offer a competitive salary and benefits package including flexible work policy (e.g. work from home and flex hours), up to 5 personal learning and development days per year and summer/winter hours.
HOW TO APPLY:
If you are interested in applying for this position, please apply through the application link with your resume and cover letter in English.
While we thank all applicants for their interest, only those selected for interviews will be contacted. Shortlisting of applications will begin immediately and interviews may be held before the closing date.
Right To Play provides equal employment opportunities to employees regardless of their gender, race, religion, age, disability, sexual orientation or marital status. As such, we encourage women and groups who have been historically disadvantaged with respect to employment to apply for positions at Right To Play. We offer a family-friendly environment that allows for flexible work arrangements in order to support staff diversity and ensure a healthy work-life balance.
We are a child-centered organization. Our recruitment and selection procedures reflect our commitment to the safety and protection of children in our programs. The successful candidate will be required to provide a satisfactory Vulnerable Sector Screening or equivalent criminal check as a condition of employment.
EMPLOYEE VACCINE POLICY:
To protect the health and safety of our employees and the communities we serve, Right To Play requires all employees and volunteers based in Canada to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. The successful candidate will be required to provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19 as a condition of employment.
Should you require any form of accommodation during the recruitment process, kindly contact the People & Culture team by email.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Street Child, one of the UK’s fastest-growing and most dynamic charities, are searching for an awesome fundraiser to lead our events and challenges space. This is an enormously demanding but epic role that sits right at the heart of the life of the charity – and is beyond vital to our supporter engagement and fundraising!
There are two critical components to the role:
Firstly, you will lead the design and delivery of in-house events that our supporters will love. These presently range from galas to sporting challenges to more intimate supporter briefing events. Highlights of the current calendar include our flagship corporate gala which in recent years has been held at the Tate and raised c£1m; the utterly unique Sierra Leone Marathon, now in its 10th year; & the Big Ride for Africa, a 2-day corporate-focussed cycle challenge.
Secondly, you will lead participant recruitment, management and fundraising maximisation across all in-house managed events and third-party challenges, such as the London Marathon and other sporting events, in the UK and globally..
We are constantly looking to innovate and add to our events calendar. A critical additional element to the role will be working with colleagues to imagine new awesome in-house events – and to search for fresh exciting third-party opportunities that will thrill our supporters and give them fantastic platforms for fundraising.
This role sits within our growing Public Fundraising team but requires close liaison with many teams, in particular corporate fundraising, who will also be driving a lot of the participation.You will task/project manage team colleagues as appropriate, as well as managing at least one junior team member, probably more.
We need someone special who brings boundless imagination, energy, and personality – obviously allied with top-drawer organisational abilities and commitment to detail. Street Child is an environment that is not afraid to trust talented, hard-working professionals with big tasks – regardless of their prior levels of experience. So whilst extensive relevant experience would be a fantastic asset, and greatly valued, it is not essential – what is essential are the qualities listed above, underpinned by a massive desire and commitment to build and deliver the very best events and challenge programme possible, resulting in fantastic fundraising and supporter engagement.
Application information can be found on the job description, otherwise to apply, please visit our website where you will find details on how to submit your CV and a compelling covering letter covering letter explaining why you think you could make an extraordinary impact in this role - ideally ASAP. We are ideally seeking to make a quick appointment so are selecting candidates for assessment and interviews on a rolling basis.
Diversity is important to us at Street Child and so we especially welcome applications from candidates with backgrounds typically under-represented in the sector and/or reflect the communities we seek to serve.
About Street Child -
Street Child believes that every child should be safe, go to school, and learn. We focus our work in the places where that is the furthest from being realised: remote, hard-to-reach areas and fragile, disaster-affected states across sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia. Since 2008 we have helped over 650,000 children to go to school and learn Our projects focus on a combination of education, child protection and livelihood support. We partner with local organisations in everything we do.
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Creative Content Manager – The Channel
Full-time (37 hours per week)
Hybrid home and London office (London Bridge) – travel to London (approx once per month)
Young Epilepsy is the only UK charity dedicated to creating better lives for children and young people with epilepsy and related conditions.
We provide world-class diagnosis, assessment and rehabilitation for children and young people with epilepsy and also undertake research into the condition and how it can be treated.
We offer a range of support and information for parents, children and young people and training for professionals. Additionally, we also campaign for better access to, and quality of, health and education services, and to raise awareness and increase understanding of epilepsy.
About the role
This is an exciting time to join Young Epilepsy and the Youth Development & Support team. We have recently launched a new YDS strategy, alongside our organisational 2020-2025 strategy, ambitious to enable children and young people with epilepsy throughout the UK to thrive and succeed, through support, inclusion, participation and digital services. This will be a fantastic opportunity for someone who is experienced, curious and creative to lead on one of our core digital offers.
Within this role you will lead on the development, management and delivery of our dedicated digital space for children and young people with epilepsy, The Channel, which is in effect an online magazine, and source of the truth. We need someone who can write, edit and commission to develop an innovative space where young people can access information, advice and guidance on living with epilepsy, and feel part of a community where they can safely share experiences and connect, particularly through our peer-to-peer support forum, The Hub. We want to continually push the boundaries of what is possible in a digital space, driven by what our audiences need and want.
You will wear many hats in this diverse and exciting role – where you will be editor, commissioner, writer, creator, leader, coach: in a position to drive a truly unique and impactful project, leading on a service that no one else is offering in this space! You will have the freedom to be creative in the content you commission, and experiment with ways to build a community online. You don’t need to be an expert in epilepsy but just have the ability to learn and remain curious.
You will love using your journalistic and editorial skills - you’ll bounce between using the wiles of a journalist to get to the heart of a story, to commissioning the best writer –commissioning a broad range of content that is pitched for a young and diverse audience. You will have experience in digital and media development, with an ability to work with a wide range of stakeholders, including content writers, web developers and media agencies.
You’ll be organised, able to plan robust timelines yet remaining dynamic and flexible. Managing a small team, you will also be responsible for setting out deliverables and key milestones, whilst managing risk and budgets – but don’t let this put you off! We can offer development in areas you feel you may need it.
You will be ambitious and bold, unafraid to take risks and think outside the box. You will lead on The Channel’s growth and development, measuring and scaling impact and reach, with the energy to drive excellent content. An important part of this role will be working with young people, including our Young Reps, to cocreate and codesign content and campaigns on The Channel.
If based in London you will be able to work from our new offices near London Bridge.
Relevant degree or equivalent professional qualification or training etc
Experience of digital development
Experience of journalistic or editorial environments, including commissioning content
Experience of managing and motivating a team
Experience of project management and effective project planning
Experience of reporting and presenting to stakeholders, such as funders
Excellent organisation and planning skills
The ability to digest complex information
Excellent time management
Curious, creative and innovative, unafraid to challenge the status quo
Thrives in a dynamic and changing environment
Strong leader and excellent teamwork
Thinks strategically and results driven, able to look ahead, plan, learn and adapt
What we can offer you
- Access to co-working space WeWork in London Bridge with onsite coffee, bike access and events
- 27 days annual leave plus 8 days Bank Holidays (pro rata if part time)
- Flexible and home working opportunities
- Occupational pension scheme
- Health Insurance Plans (Optional)
- Eyecare Vouchers
- Gym membership options (on and off-site)
- Perkbox, giving you access to nationwide discounts and benefits
- Opportunities for career progression
- Free parking on campus
Closing date: 6th February 2022
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. An enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check will be required.
Young Epilepsy strives to employ people that reflect the community it serves; therefore, applications from minority groups and people with disabilities are particularly welcomed.
Young Epilepsy is the operating name of the National Centre for Young People with Epilepsy. Registered Charity No: 311877 (England and Wales).
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We are looking for a talented, passionate and ambitious Service Manager to join SIG Penrose’s Criminal Justice division to lead and deliver our Activity Hubs alongside Reed in Partnership. The Hubs are being specifically designed to support those furthest from the job market and most difficult to engage towards employability through the delivery of alternative, innovative interventions in a welcoming, non-judgmental environment.
About the role:
As the Service Manager you will lead a team of skilled Support Workers, Facilitators and a Deputy Manager based across the 2 Hubs in Croydon and Lewisham, holding them accountable for delivering high-quality support whilst ensuring they are equipped with the skills and support to thrive. You will maintain a culture of learning and development through supervisions, appraisals and continuing professional development processes. You will ensure a coaching approach to line management is implemented throughout your team and adopted by front line staff when supporting service users.
Working with the Head of Services and senior management team, you will support the implementation of the new service, identifying potential issues and proposing solutions. You will lead your staff team through their induction ensuring they receive all necessary training and support, and that communication in clear and consistent.
The Social Interest Group (SIG) is a leading UK based charity, providing bespoke person centred social and health care solutions. Utilising strength-based models of working, we specialise in rehabilitation and supporting people who have complex needs, empowering them to achieve their full potential. We deliver social and health care services through our subsidiary charities SIG Penrose, SIG Equinox and SIG Investments.
Experience of contract performance reporting will be essential to the role. You will be responsible for contract compliance, supporting your team to ensure they meet or exceed contract performance targets and achieve positive outcomes for their service users. You will be responsible for reporting our performance to our commissioners and executive team in a clear and timely fashion and taking swift action to address any areas of under-performance. You may also be required to contribute to reports to SIG Penrose’s Board of Trustees.
Knowledge of the Criminal Justice System, excellent communication skills and being able to develop strong working relationships with your teams, commissioners and other key stakeholders will be vital to the role. You will have an interest in both policy and business development, and will work with the Head of Services to identify and secure new sources of income. Some understanding of budgeting and financial reporting will be helpful as you ensure your service is delivered within budget.
You will have a passion for working with people with experience of the criminal justice system and/or with other marginalised groups, and a belief that everyone can turn their life around regardless of past or present circumstances. You will have some previous management experience, an ability to motivate and inspire, and a keen eye for detail.
Benefits of working with us:
- Excellent core and on-going training aligned with personal development plan
- Access to employee assistance programme
- 25 days holiday increasing to 26 days after 2 years and increasing 1 day per year up to 30 days annual leave
- Medi-cash which includes the following:
- Discount gym membership
- Routine eye tests, glasses and contact lenses
- Dental treatment via NHS or Private
- Physiotherapy, Head Massage and a range of other therapies
- Life Assurance
This is a unique opportunity for an innovative Service Manager to take the lead in developing the service and supporting its staff and service users to achieve a high rate of positive outcomes!
For more information, please visit our careers page in order to complete our online application form.
All successful applicants will be required to undertake an Enhanced DBS check and provide employment references covering the last 5 years period including one from your most recent employer.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Elrha is looking for an experienced Innovation Manager to apply their skills in Elrha’s fast-paced and creative Humanitarian Innovation Fund (HIF) This is not a fundraising role; the HIF aims to improve outcomes for people affected by humanitarian crises by identifying more effective and scalable innovative solutions.
Our Innovation Managers are passionate about identifying the most pressing humanitarian problems, analysing opportunities for innovation, working with sector experts to investigate solutions and designing funding calls (innovation challenges) to address them. This role presents an opportunity to develop credible technical expertise and a respected profile in humanitarian innovation.
This varied role includes managing an innovation portfolio through fostering effective partnerships and supporting to grantees to achieve maximum impact. The role requires the ability to work autonomously whilst proactively collaborating with sector and technical experts. It also aims to lead the development of technical innovation expertise both internally as well as externally.
We are looking for exceptional candidates with a good mix of skills and experience across three areas: innovation, facilitation, and project management.
- Innovation: You will bring significant experience of developing creative innovation journeys and bringing ideas from conception to completion. You will have strong project management expertise to lead innovation processes in collaboration with key stakeholders and sector experts. Candidates will need a firm theoretical and practical grasp of key innovation concepts, tools and approaches. We welcome experience from the private, public or voluntary sectors.
- Facilitation: The role requires the ability to build and maintain strong working relationships with diverse stakeholders and audiences, bringing excellent verbal and written communication skills. You will need to demonstrate a track record of organising and facilitating interactive, inclusive and accessible workshops — both in person and remotely - and convening interdisciplinary and diverse groups. Your communication skills will extend to the ability to write and talk about Elrha’s work, presenting compelling stories about our innovations to achieve maximum impact within the sector.
- Project management: Our innovation managers need sensitive management skills to lead projects addressing complex issues in an ethical and thoughtful way. Given the nature of our areas of work, (eg Gender-based Violence (GBV)), it is essential that applicants are able to manage projects in a sensitive and appropriate manner.
The successful candidate will be in a position to build a technically credible and respected profile in the relevant thematic humanitarian sector(s), and provide excellent technical oversight and effective management across this thematic portfolio of innovation grants. We anticipate that this role will support our GBV and Water, Hygiene and Sanitation (WASH) portfolios, though prior experience in either specific area is not a requirement.
Please demonstrate clearly in your application how your experience is different from standard programming or delivery experience. For example, how have you drawn on innovation tools and approaches to identify and solve priority problems? Please note that we will assess your communication skills on the quality of your personal statement and CV as well as any presented achievements.
Elrha is a global charity that finds solutions to complex humanitarian problems through research and innovation. We fund and support projects that go on to shape the way in which people across the world are supported during a crisis. We are based in the UK, but our roles have a global reach. We’re an established and respected part of the humanitarian community, working closely and meaningfully with our fellow networks and actors to make change happen.
Elrha employees are currently working remotely within the UK in line with UK Government guidance. In Spring 2022 we will transition to flexible and hybrid ways of working (i.e. a mixture of remote/home and office-based working) as social distancing restrictions ease.
We are happy to discuss flexible working options at interview.
Commitment to Diversity & Inclusion
Elrha is committed to diversity and equality of opportunity in all aspects of our work both external and internal. We strive to be an inclusive employer and particularly encourage applications from under-represented groups such as returning parents or carers who are re-entering work after a career break, people who are LGBTQ+, from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic backgrounds, with a disability, impairment, learning difference or long-term condition, with caring responsibilities, from different nations and regions, and from less advantaged socioeconomic backgrounds.
Salaries and benefits
Jobs are positioned within the salary structure on the basis of evaluation. New employees will usually be appointed at the bottom of the grade, however the appointed salary may also take into account the relevant experience a candidate brings to a role. Elrha is committed to paying staff in a fair and equitable way and will benchmark all salary offers in line with the pay of existing staff.
Elrha also has a comprehensive benefits package including 25 days holiday entitlement which increases year on year, 5% employer pension contribution (3% employee contribution) and life cover.
Any employment with Elrha will be subject to the following checks prior to your start date:
a satisfactory police record check to include a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check and/or an International Criminal Record Check (If applicable)
receipt of satisfactory references
proof of eligibility to work in the national location for this role
Elrha is a wholly owned subsidiary of Save the Children. We are able to benefit from a range of support services provided by Save the Children UK, including recruitment systems. For this reason you will be directed to Save the Children UK’s job portal upon clicking ‘apply’.
Please ensure you read the full job description and complete the Personal Statement as requested in the application process. We look forward to hearing from you.
Closing date: 30 January 2022 Interviews: w/c 7 February 2022
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Accessibility Support Worker (Parking and Markets)
£24,279 - £25,614
Fixed Term / Secondment
Full-time, 36 hours per week
12 Months Fixed Term Contract / Secondment Opportunity
Your role as an accessibility support worker will be to work alongside and support one of the Team Leaders in the Parking Service who is visually impaired.
To succeed in this role you’ll need exceptional communication skills as you will be interpreting information including data that is not easily accessible using visual impairment aid software. You must have proficient skills and experience using a range of IT equipment and software including but not limited to Google suite of applications (Microsoft Office - Word, Excel and Outlook in particular – will be accepted as transferable experience) and the ability to quickly learn new systems and software with a work-based context.
You must have experience as an accessibility support worker, whilst working effectively as part of a team to ensure the delivery of an effective and efficient service. You will come with a service first approach that is reflective in your flexibility to change working times and methods, in order to meet service needs.
As well as enjoying delivering one to one support as an accessibility support worker your ability for building positive relationships will be exceptional. You will have demonstrable experience in disability awareness and working with people with disabilities, have a good range of clerical and administration skills supported by relevant experience, in either an employment or educational context, with the ability to collate, provide and translate statistical information for a range of audiences.
Your ability to communicate effectively in a range of formats and to various audiences will be second to none. You will manage and take responsibility for the management of your own workload in order to meet varying deadlines and or work schedules. You will be committed to your own learning and development and willing to share good practice and experience and learn from others.
Qualified to grade C or above in GCSE (or equivalent) in English and Mathematics is essential. Knowledge of the Data Protection Act/GDPR, Freedom of Information Act, Equalities Act and Health and Safety at Work Act.
Hackney is one of the UK’s highest performing local authorities, serving one of London’s best places to live and work. We have achieved a huge amount: our services, our schools, our public spaces are all amongst the very best. We have changed the reputation, not just of the Council, but of Hackney itself. Bringing jobs and investment into the borough, securing the legacy from the 2012 Games, and making this a place of which we can all be proud.
If you want to work in a place where you can represent our values so we achieve the best for our residents, please click on the apply button.
The recruitment process is anonymous. Therefore, we do not accept supporting statements or CVs.
When applying, there will be a number of questions relating to the post on the application form. It is essential that you complete the application questions, responding to each using examples of your skills, knowledge and experience.
Closing date for applications: 30 January 2022
We are also working towards our vision, which is to be a place for everyone; where residents and staff can be proud; a place that celebrates diversity and where everyone can feel valued, included and involved. In order to achieve this, we look for people who are: Proud; Ambitious; Pioneering; Open; Proactive; Inclusive.
Hackney Council works to eradicate discrimination on the basis of race, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, pregnancy and maternity, age and marital status. We also recognise that people can be disadvantaged by their social and economic circumstances, so we will also work to eliminate discrimination and disadvantage caused by social class. We also welcome those interested in flexible working. We particularly welcome applications from disabled people, as this group is currently under represented in our workforce.
The Council has a dedicated employment support service (Hackney Works), which offers Hackney residents guidance in relation to applying for jobs. If you are thinking about applying for a job, please contact the Hackney Works team to find out what support is available please go to our website.