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Would you like to lead a team of staff and MS organisations from around the world to develop existing and new international advocacy campaigns? Will you strive to ensure people affected by MS have access to reliable, relevant, accessible content in their language, wherever they live in the world?
If so, this could be the role for you!
It will suit a strategic, collaborative person who likes to take the lead and get things done. It requires an appetite for hands-on work as well as the skill and authority to bring together high-level communications, campaigning and advocacy staff from our network of member organisations to facilitate their contributions to shared projects. You will be an internationally-minded person with strong written, editorial and verbal communication skills. You will be an excellent project manager; IT literate, with experience across a range of communication channels, showing enthusiasm for keeping on top of new developments and for acquiring new skills. Competency in one or more additional languages such as Spanish, Arabic, French, or Portuguese is highly desirable.
Line managing a team of two, you will work together with the Heads of other teams and the Director of fundraising on a number of cross-cutting projects that have an element of communications, information or advocacy (e.g. the Atlas of MS or regional awareness raising campaigns), ensuring our approach is consistent across the organisation.
All applicants must be eligible to work in the United Kingdom (UK) and provide information regarding the basis of their right to work in the UK along with their application. All our staff are currently based in the UK and will be going forward.
MSIF places great value on human diversity and we are committed to creating an inclusive culture where everyone is able to be themselves and reach their full potential. We actively encourage applications from people of all backgrounds and cultures and particularly welcome applicants with personal experience of living with MS. Should you need any adjustments to the recruitment process, at either application or interview stage, please do contact us. We’re here to support you.
Please upload your CV and covering letter (no longer than 500 words) explaining why you want the role and what you’d bring to MSIF in relation to the Job Description and Person Specification. For monitoring purposes, please also tell us how you found out about the job.
Please include contact details of two professional references. These will only be contacted if an offer is made.
We can only give feedback to candidates who are shortlisted.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Type: Full-time (35 hours per week), permanent
Location: Office-based contract with flexibility to work remotely at least 4 days a week
Salary: £25,061 - £27,898 per annum plus excellent benefits
Salary Band: Band C Level 3
Department: Community and Events
At the MS Society, we make sure people living with MS are at the centre of everything we do. And it’s this commitment that unites us across the UK.
Our work is based on the hopes and aspirations of our MS community. Together we campaign at all levels, fund ground-breaking research and provide award winning support and information.
Our people are our greatest asset and the key to our success. We offer a vibrant, progressive environment where you will make a difference.
About this job
As part of our ambitious 2022 plans, we have the opportunity to expand our Community and Events team, and we’re now looking for a new Fundraising Executive to join our friendly, creative and hard-working team.
We work closely together to achieve an annual income of over £3.2 million.
We’re always ready to go the extra mile to support and inspire the thousands of people out there doing something amazing for people affected by MS.
Our aim is to make it as easy as possible for people to achieve their goals, providing the tools, advice and support they need to reach their potential – and building lasting relationships that mean they continue to fundraise for us in future.
It’s our job to make sure that our supporters have a fantastic experience of fundraising for us.
You’ll provide administrative and project support to the wider team, as well as coordinating a range of fundraising activities to achieve income targets. In particular, you’ll support individuals who are taking part in their own events or organising their own DIY fundraising. And there’ll be plenty of opportunities to attend events and see our work in action!
You’ll be organised, with great customer care and communication skills, and willing to go the extra mile. You'll work closely with supporters, volunteers, local groups and the wider fundraising team.
You’ll be able to demonstrate a good understanding of the basics of community and events fundraising experience and a collaborative approach to teamwork.
If you’re enthusiastic and motivated by helping others achieve something amazing in support of a cause that means the world to them, we’d love to hear from you.
We offer 35 days annual leave (pro rata for part time employees) including bank holidays, travel loan and various other benefits such as supported developmental opportunities.
The MS Society is in the midst of an exciting, transformational, period which builds on our great history and will drive us towards achieving our mission and vision as we embark on our Every MS Story strategy.
Closing date: 9am on Tuesday 25 January 2022
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We particularly welcome applications from people with disabilities and/or from ethnic minority backgrounds, where we’re looking to build stronger and better representation among our staff.
We’re a Disability Confident Employer. We’re committed to promoting equality and diversity. We’d be grateful if you could complete the equality and diversity monitoring form on our website and submit it with your application.
The successful candidate must have the right to work in the UK. If we do offer you employment, you’ll be required to provide documentation to show that you’re eligible to be employed in the UK before starting employment.
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This is a unique opportunity to support the delivery of the charity’s highest value, award winning corporate partner. Within a team of four, this role will specifically provide administrative support to fundraising events, campaigns, communications and stewardship within the partnership, delivering an exceptional supporter experience to the partner as we approach a £20m, 10yr fundraising milestone.
You’ll also support an opportunity to re-pitch and secure a multi-year, multi-million pound extension to the partnership via a staff vote process. This will cement the legacy defining nature of the partnership and if successful provides great opportunity for the postholder to apply for an extended/permanent contract as the partnership progresses.
About the team
This fast-paced role sits within a partnership team of four, dedicated to the delivery of our largest Corporate Partnership. The team is comprised of a Senior Manager, Manager, Senior Executive and Assistant (this role). This team also sits within our wider Partnership Management, and Partnerships team as a whole, who together as a team of around 20, secure and deliver around £7m of vital income for GOSH.
The Partnership Management function of our Corporate Partnerships team are high-performing, supportive and passionate, they play an important role in supporting GOSH Charity to deliver our new organisational strategy – we’ll be raising £7m next year alone.
This may be your first role in fundraising, or you may have already started your career. It’s a busy and important role, so you’ll need to hit the ground running, but there’s also tons of opportunity to develop, and gain excellent experience working on the partnership, in the wider team, and collaborating across the charity. Regardless of your experience, you’ll see this as a great opportunity and not a short-term contract – this role has so much to offer with the potential to extend your time with us significantly.
The ideal candidate will:
- Be super organised, great at managing a varied workload
- Be creative, not just in the support you give to fundraising and communications, but in problem solving too
- Have a real flair for confidently building strong relationships with a range of people at different levels across the charity and with our partners.
About the Charity
Every day brings new challenges at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH). Every day, over 600 seriously ill children from across the UK arrive for life-changing treatments. Every day, young lives hang in the balance as patients, families and staff battle the most complex illnesses. And every day, the brightest minds come together to achieve pioneering medical breakthroughs that change the lives of thousands of children – and change the world. This extraordinary hospital has always depended on charitable support to give seriously ill children the best chance to fulfil their potential. Without donations, Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity can’t help fund ground-breaking research, advanced equipment, child and family support services, and the rebuilding and refurbishment of wards and medical facilities. Our staff help to raise these vital funds for the hospital. A better future for seriously ill
children starts with you.
Recently awarded with a ‘Best Companies 2-star accreditation' and placed number 17 on the 2019 Sunday Times Best 100 Not-for-Profit Companies list - we offer a range of attractive benefits including; a flexible approach to working, 30 days holiday, life assurance, enhanced employer pension contributions, and a discounted season ticket loan.
Our Commitment to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
We recognise that people from some backgrounds are under-represented in our workforce and across the wider Charity sector. In April 2021 we launched our ambitious three-year EDI strategy committing to becoming a more inclusive workforce, reflecting the diverse communities that we work with and for and demonstrating this through all our areas of work.
A more diverse workforce will enable us to deliver even more impact and we particularly encourage applications from communities which are under-represented in the charity. This includes people from Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority backgrounds, people with a disability, people who are LGBT+ or who are from less advantaged socioeconomic groups.
Further information on our EDI strategy can be found on our website.
Our approach to hybrid working
This role is based in our Central London office (WC1N, opposite Russell Square underground) with the option to work remotely up to three days a week.
Please refer to the full job description below for more information.
How to Apply
Please click on the apply button in the top right-hand corner where you will be taken to a short application form to complete. You are encouraged to include a cover letter with your application, and should refer to the 'GOSH Charity Information Pack' on the Careers page of our website before you apply.
Closing date: Midnight on 25th January.
Applications will be reviewed on an on-going basis and we reserve the right to close the role prior to the closing date, should a suitable applicant be found. Therefore, you are encouraged to apply right away, to avoid disappointment.
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Charity People is delighted to be working with WeSeeHope to find a Fundraising Assistant to join an organisation with an incredible mission. Joining the international development organisation during an exciting period of growth, this is an opportunity to really gain valuable and varied fundraising experience and take ownership of an exciting range of diverse projects.
With a small and talented team in place, WeSeeHope is passionate about the power of community, and runs impact-led, life-changing programmes in Kenya, Malawi, Tanzania, Uganda and Zimbabwe that equip vulnerable children with the skills to change their futures and their families and communities to support them along the way.
Working closely with the Events & Partnerships Manager you will play a key role in supporting various fundraising income streams and exciting projects. Core responsibilities will include:
- Assisting in maintaining existing community fundraising relationships and helping to develop ideas to generate new partnerships with school and faith-based partners.
- Presenting at launches, running idea sessions, and assisting in planning fundraisers, whilst building long-term relationships with community partners.
- Assisting in maintaining existing relationships within Individual Giving channels (Regular giving, Fundraiser giving, Digital giving) to increase revenue.
- Assisting in creating mini campaigns and helping to develop ideas to acquire new supporters.
- Helping to develop an impressive stewardship journey and continuing to thank supporters to encourage repeat giving or participation.
- Providing support to our Events & Partnership Manager by assisting in the planning and delivery for both WeSeeHope and supporter-led events such as networking events, golf days, the London Marathon and RideLondon, virtual challenges and the Hope Classic Rally.
- Coordinating supporter visits to programmes in Southern and Eastern Africa, including: organising travel arrangements, liaising with travel partners, producing trip materials and liaising with attendees.
The charity is keen to see applications from individuals with the following skills and experience:
- This is a great opportunity for a highly organised individual who is experienced in delivering multiple projects with exceptional attention to detail.
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills are key. You must be confident at public speaking and presenting to others and have excellent relationship building and management skills.
- Experience of helping to plan and attending fundraising events would be desirable, as well as creating promotional emails and print materials.
- This would suit someone who displays creativity and innovation behind their thinking, as well as someone who is proactive and confident at either supporting and leading on their own when necessary.
Key details of the role are below:
Permanent full time position
Salary is £23,000 to £25,000 per annum
Office location is in a co-working building in South London near to Vauxhall and Kennington
This is a hybrid home and office based role with two days per week home working
Deadline for applications: Monday 7th February
All shortlisted candidates will be asked to a first-stage interview between Friday 11th February - Wednesday 16th February, with the second round commencing shortly after this.
If you'd like to be considered for this role please send your CV to Tanya at Charity People or call on +44 (0)7563 030 612 to have an initial chat about the position.
Charity People actively promotes equality, diversity and inclusion. We match charity needs with skills and experience of candidates, irrespective of age, disability (including hidden disabilities), race, religion or belief, gender, gender identity or gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, or sexual orientation. We do this because we know greater diversity will lead to even greater results for the charities we work with.
Please note, due to the number of applications we receive we aren't always able to respond to unsuccessful candidates.
Starting Salary: £35,002 - £36,479 (including London weighting)
Location: UK. (London, hybrid or home contract will be considered. Regular days in the office in London will be required in any case.)
Work Hours: 35 hours per week
Are you an empathetic, sensitive, organised person with excellent verbal and written communication skills? CAFOD, one of the UK’s leading international aid agencies, is looking for an In Memory Giving Officer who will offer consolation to those who are bereaved; build loyal supporter relationships; and inspire people to give, fundraise and do amazing things in memory of a loved one.
The In Memory Giving Officer is responsible for promoting and delivering CAFOD’s remembrance programme including CAFOD Candlelight Funds, our popular and fast-growing remembrance scheme. As the first point of contact for people who are interested in commemorating a loved one, the In Memory Giving Officer is responsible for the day-to-day handling of enquiries, correspondence and database records. The post holder will be an empathetic listener, a calm and assured speaker, and will always find time to write sensitively-worded cards, emails and thank you letters. A flair for copywriting and project management is essential as the In Memory Giving Officer must successfully handle their supporter care responsibilities alongside organising events and preparing online and offline communications to inspire in memory giving.
The In Memory Giving Officer is managed by the Head of Legacy Funding and works closely with other members of the Legacy Team as well as colleagues in other teams, volunteers and suppliers. The post holder will have supervisory responsibility (shared with the Legacy Administration Officer) for the Legacy and Tribute Funds Assistant.
For further information on this vacancy and the application process, please visit the CAFOD website.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Christian Aid exists to create a world where everyone can live a full life, free from poverty. We are a global movement of people, churches and local organisations who passionately champion dignity, equality and justice worldwide. We are the changemakers, the peacemakers, the mighty of heart.
About the role
This role is based in the Policy, Public Affairs and Campaigns Department (PPC) which has approximately 60 staff based across the UK, Kenya, Bangladesh, Columbia and India. We form part of an integrated Christian Aid programme of advocacy, development and humanitarian projects that deliver real change for people living in extreme poverty.
This critical role provides a range of key business support functions, specifically the reporting and monitoring of grant-funded projects delivered by specialist staff within PPC and the administration of financial grants out to global and regional partners via our international programme management system. The post holder will also work with the PPC Finance Business Partner to support the departmental budgeting and forecasting processes and maintain oversight of the processing of payments through the finance systems.
Working across the department and with the Programme Quality and Operations division the post holder will have a role in championing ways of working that align with CA strategy and systems drive operational excellence and innovation that leads to smooth and effective business processes. This will include the coordination of a new PPC quarterly dashboard to track progress, improve decision making and assess the impact of the work we do against the change we want to see.
This is a fast-paced working environment that needs to be able to respond with agility to changing political, social and economic contexts both at a global level and in the countries we work. The post holder may also be asked to coordinate and administrate discrete projects within the department and to provide surge business or administrative support as directed by the PPC Director.
This role is based in the UK in the London office with the opportunity to work from home on some days each week in line with Christian Aid's hybrid working policy.
We are looking for someone with great organisational skills and ability to initiate, plan and organise work within agreed parameters with experience of working in a busy commercial, public sector or charity environment. This post will work closely with the PPC directorate team including the Executive Assistant and the Head of Strategy and Development, and will also need to work across and between teams with the ability to build relationships and to work co-operatively as a member of an interdisciplinary and international department. A high degree of self-motivation and the excellent time management will be essential in managing competing demands and meeting deadlines.
The successful applicant will also be able to demonstrate specific skills in creating and using spreadsheets for financial management and managing information, including use of web / intranet-based systems and databases. You will have experience in budget monitoring, creating and maintaining financial systems, and using spreadsheets for financial analysis and management. and you will be able to present complex data for managers, programme and finance colleagues. You will have a strong project administration background and direct experience of administering grant payment processes and of producing financial and narrative reports to donors.
This role requires a clear and confident manner, excellent written and spoken communication skills and experience of supporting a range of business processes including payments and in order to train others in administrative, financial and information management systems.
This role requires applicants to have the right to work in the country where this position is based.
From 1 July 2021, the process for completing right to work checks has changed and we can no longer accept EU passports or ID cards as valid proof of right to work, with the exception of Irish citizens.
There are now two types of right to work checks: a manual check and an online check. A manual check can be completed against relevant documentation as outlined by the Home Office. An online check can be completed if you hold digital proof of your immigration status in the UK. We will require your share code and date of birth to carry out this check. Please see Government website for more information on acceptable documents.
All successful candidates will require either a Basic or Enhanced Disclosure Barring Service certificate (DBS) and a Counter Terrorism Sanction check as part of your clearance for commencing your role with us. Information will be forwarded to you by the HR team with your offer.
We value diversity and aspire to reflect this in its workforce. We welcome applications from people from all sections of the community, irrespective of race, colour, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, religion or belief.
Christian Aid is committed to providing a safe and trusted environment for every person connected to the work we do; and to preventing any type of unwanted behaviour including sexual harassment and exploitation, abuse, and financial misconduct. Any candidate offered a job with Christian Aid is expected to share and demonstrate our values and adhere to Christian Aid's Safeguarding policy and sign Christian Aid's Code of Conduct.
You can expect a wide range of rewards and benefits, including a generous holiday allowance, a season ticket loan, and flexibility that will ensure you enjoy a good work/life balance.
Competency questions (if required)
As part of your application you will be asked to demonstrate your suitability by giving answers to the following questions:
Q1) Please give us an example of when you shared your knowledge and skills to help others be more effective in their role. What was the situation? What knowledge or skills did you have to share? What was your particular task or responsibility? What action(s) did you take to help someone(s)? What were the results? Were you successful? How did you know?
Q2) Tell us about a time when you had to establish and maintain relationships with a wide range of contacts and networks based on mutual rapport and respect. What was the context? Why did you need to establish the new relationships and why was your attitude to this important? What was your task? What outcomes were being sought? What actions did you take? How did you take them? What was the impact of your actions? Were you successful?
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.
Starting Salary: £35,002 - £36,479 per annum (inc London Weighting)
Contract: 2-year fixed term contract
Full time: 35 Hours Per Week
Location: London (this role will be based in London but there will be some flexibility to work remotely in the UK).
This role will be recruited for on a rolling basis and we reserve the right to close it prior to the closing date. Previous candidates need not apply.
The International Programme Funding Officer (IPFO) works closely with programme and funding colleagues to develop high-quality programmes and projects that enable CAFOD and its partners to maximise income from institutional donors. Through this work s/he helps extend the reach and impact of CAFOD’s programmes in delivering positive and lasting change for some of the world’s poorest communities.
The IPFO is based within the Integrated Funding & Business Innovation team (IFBI). S/he leads on establishing, maintaining, and strengthening relationships with key global and/or UK-based donors; developing and driving donor funding engagement strategies; leading on proposal development and contract management; identifying new funding opportunities and fostering innovation and shared learning among colleagues and partners, including through the institutional funding Community of Practice. Where relevant they will be expected to collaborate and develop synergies with other fundraising streams within CAFOD.
Donor lead responsibilities are a component of this role; the post-holder will hold and develop expertise on a portfolio of allocated donors to be determined (CAFOD works with the UK Government, UN, START, DEC, EU, various other Governments etc it is expected that the post holder will have experience of working with such donors). S/he works with funding colleagues as well as with programme staff, thematic advisers, and colleagues in the Finance, Fundraising and Advocacy and Education Groups, to help build CAFOD’s reputation and grow income across an agreed donor portfolio. The post-holder may undertake some international travel to support overseas teams and partners with proposal development and contract management activities, as well as to meet with key donors and/or collaborate with INGOs and sister agencies within the Caritas Internationalis confederation.
The post-holder reports to the International Development Funding Team Leader. S/he is not a budget holder but may carry out some supervision tasks for other staff members, consultants, or volunteers.
For further information on this vacancy and the application process, please visit the CAFOD website.
ABOUT THE ROLE:
Amnesty International is looking for a highly motivated and passionate digital marketing officer to help us grow, connect and engage our movement with the help of paid marketing. Your main goal will be to use your knowledge and experience to acquire new supporters, members and donors, in order for Amnesty International to be able to deliver human rights impact and change.
You will be joining other digital engagement specialists, to work together on achieving the movement's growth, engagement and participation objectives. You will be part of the Digital Engagement Team that spearheads Amnesty International's digital strategy, having a direct impact on how the wider movements adapts to the changes in the digital space.
The main purpose of this job is to develop, implement and optimize paid media campaigns to acquire new supporters and members in Amnesty International's target growth markets. To ensure all digital supporter acquisition activity is correctly tested, tracked and reported and shared with the wider movement. To provide thought leadership and paid marketing support to sections aimed at growth, participation and engagement.
- Digital supporter acquisition (international members, supporters and donors): i) Working with Digital Fundraising Specialist and Digital Marketing Assistant to implement digital user journeys that result in cost-efficient membership and supporter acquisition via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram Google Display, Search Network, and other digital channels. ii) Ensure creative propositions are pre-tested and tracked, plus results are presented and shareable for the wider movement. iv) Use a variety of social insight tools to Identify and recruit top tier social influencers which assist Amnesty International's efforts to grow international members and supporters
- Social, crm and web analytics: Working with the Digital Marketing Assistant to collate and report on a variety of web-based, social listening and CRM KPI's.
- Email Marketing: working closely with Supporter Engagement Specialist to ensure welcome email journeys are implemented for all significant supporter acquisition campaigns.
- Digital fundraising: Working with Digital Fundraising Specialist and Digital Marketing Assistant to devise and implement digital fundraising user journeys that result in cost efficient donations.
- Reviewing digital activity for Amnesty international's local and regional entities: Periodically review Amnesty International's local Section and Regional Office's digital fundraising, marketing or engagement activity which result in clear recommendations for optimisation and improvement. Assist with the implementation of proposed recommendations.
- Advice and Support: Providing tactical advice to office digital staff, sections/structures and other AI entities on the development and use of appropriate digital supporter acquisition and marketing tools and techniques
SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:
- Knowledge and significant experience of developing, implementing and optimising digital supporter acquisition user journeys - specifically using digital paid media including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Google Ads.
- Knowledge of Email marketing.
- Knowledge of conversion funnel optimisation and/or multi-variant or split testing tactics for supporter/member growth. (Google Analytics and related platforms, like Google Optimizely, VWO, etc).
- Experience of analysing and reporting on trends and the behaviour of online supporters or customers; Proven ability to drive actionable insight from a variety of web and social analytics around conversion, traffic funnelling, etc.
- Experience of writing or editing materials for multiple digital audiences in a clear and concise way with high standards of accuracy and according to agreed editorial standards.
- Ability to communicate and work effectively with a diverse range of stakeholders and digital professionals, including content producers, data analysts, web developers and designers
Amnesty International is a global movement of more than 10 million people who campaign for a world where human rights are enjoyed by all. We reach almost every country in the world.
At Amnesty International, we are passionate about what we do and we are proud of our achievements as a movement. To compensate our employees for the critical work they do, we reward them through a combination of an attractive and sector competitive salary and benefits package, high levels of engagement and involvement, and a commitment to employee development.
Benefits include 37 days annual leave (inclusive of public holidays and grace days), pension scheme, employee assistance programme, life assurance and many more benefits designed to suit your own personal lifestyle. All of this, in a professional, engaging environment.
For further information on our benefits
WHAT WE HOPE YOU WILL DO NEXT
If you are talented, passionate about human rights and want to use your skills, knowledge and experience to change the world then we would encourage you to click 'Apply for this Role' below.
Freedom, Justice, Equality.
N.B. We reserve the right to close a vacancy before the closing date in the event of an overwhelming response or a change in business priorities.
Join the multi-award winning Asda Tickled Pink team which raises over £4m a year. Asda Tickled Pink is Breast Cancer Now’s longest standing and largest corporate partnership, having celebrated its 25th year in 2021. This is a rare opportunity to work on a unique, strategic partnership, operating at scale.
Tickled Pink has a dual aim of fundraising and raising breast awareness, as only 1 in 2 women currently check their breasts regularly. You will collaborate with Asda, Breast Cancer Now and Coppafeel!’s (partner charity) colleagues to deliver a variety of employee, customer and supplier fundraising initiatives, both independently and with the support of the Partnerships Manager.
This is a 12 month fixed contract role, to cover the maternity leave of the current Partnerships Officer.
A motivated, pragmatic individual who has the relationship management skills to manage a variety of stakeholders, confidently. An individual who relishes variety, is forward-thinking and adaptable to change even when under pressure.
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 of two days per week in the office for full-time staff members. 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 Thursday 3 February 2022 at 9:00am
Interview date Tuesday 8 and Wednesday 9 February 2022
We are seeking a Community Fundraiser to provide excellent supporter care and develop and deliver a range of individual and community fundraising initiatives.
Momentum Children’s Charity supports families whose children have cancer or a life-challenging condition.
Position: Community Fundraiser
Location: Hampton Court Head Office
Salary: £25-£29k depending on experience
Hours: Full Time/Part-time – 32 - 40 hours
About the role:
As Community Fundraiser you will deliver a range of fundraising initiatives throughout the year working in our catchment areas of SW London, Surrey & Sussex. This is an exciting and fast-paced environment, within a creative and dynamic team.
Some of your key responsibilities will include:
- Manage the charity's existing and new community fundraisers providing appropriate advice and support
- Maximise fundraising and ensure long term charity involvement
- Manage income and expenditure budgets to ensure that targets are met
- Build relationships with, and make applications to, community groups and local organisations
- Plan, manage and develop a programme of bespoke community events
- Manage the administration linked to individual and community fundraisers
- Attend select community events acting as a charity ambassador
- Manage and develop Momentum Children’s Charity’s in-memoriam & tribute giving scheme
You will be an enthusiastic and confident Community Fundraiser with excellent communication skills and experience of developing strong relationships whilst working towards the achievement of targets.
The ideal candidate will also have experience of:
- Experience of community fundraising or ability to demonstrate transferable skills
- Proven track record in achieving financial and non-financial targets
- Knowledge of the principles of good donor management and/or customer care
- Excellent negotiating and influencing skills
- Excellent verbal, written and presentation skills
Although not essential experience of working with volunteers and a good understanding of budgeting and financial management would be beneficial as would an awareness of Legal and financial aspects of lotteries, licensing laws etc.
Momentum Children’s Charity’s vision is that no family whose child has cancer or a life-challenging condition should have to cope alone. We’re passionate about helping as many families as we can to keep moving forward, and we want to grow, so that we can help even more families.
You will receive a fantastic benefits package including:
- 20% Remote working
- Annual leave 6.6 working weeks (subject to a maximum of 33 days) inclusive of any public/bank holidays, increasing with each year of service.
- Opportunity for stays at our holiday cabins (subject to availability)
- Sick Pay – 2 working weeks
- Massage offered to all staff from our office
- Supervision for Family Support team
- Regular staff social activities and events
Other roles you may have experience of could include Community Fundraiser, Regional Fundraiser, Fundraising Manager, Fundraising, Fundraiser, Corporate Fundraiser, Fundraising Officer, Regional Fundraising, Events Fundraising, etc.
Starting Salary: £29,758 - £31,252 per annum (Inc. London Weighting)
Location: London (this role will be based in London, Hybrid or flexible working options are available)
Hours of work: Full time/35 hour per week
The Humanitarian and Programme Support Coordinator (HPSC) is responsible for supporting the management and administration of CAFOD’s humanitarian and programme support work. S/he provides executive assistance to the Head of Humanitarian and Programme Support (HHPS) and is responsible for administrating and coordinating central business systems for HPS team. S/he also supports (cross-) team communications and provides focused support in the areas of Emergency Response, Humanitarian Policy, Programme Quality, Institutional Funding and Innovation, and Security management. The post is London-based and sits within CAFOD’s International Programmes and reports to Head of Humanitarian and Programme Support.
Support to Head of Humanitarian and Programme Support (HHPS) (20%):
- Prepare papers for meetings and gather information, providing, where necessary, information for briefings and reports;
- Lead on HR procedures relating to the HHPS’s direct reports, including supporting recruitment processes, inductions, annual reviews, consultations, and consultancy agreements;
- Act as a point of contact for the HHPS both internally and externally;
- In the HHPS absence act on urgent issues by using analytical and problem-solving skills and referring as needed;
- Provide support in diary management, travel arrangements, arranging external and internal meetings, email management, and drafting or sending out correspondence
Financial Management and Reporting Support (15%):
- Support the HHPS in the management of annual budgeting, financial management and narrative reporting for HPS, in liaison with finance focal points;
- Monitor and produce financial and narrative reports on General Emergencies Fund (GEF) allocations;
- Manage IP membership grants and selected strategic partnerships, and process related invoices as required;
- Manage the payment of invoices, grant payments, credit card statements and receipts
- Support the HPS team in conducting desk-based research, document management and reporting required for the IEPM change project.
Coordination and Communication Support (60%):
- Support corporate procedures during emergencies, including coordinating the planning of agendas and logistics for International Emergency Committee (IEC) and Corporate Emergency Committee (CEC), Emergency Monitoring Group (EMG), Humanitarian Community of Practice (HCP) and Humanitarian Weekly meetings, ensuring the timely preparation and circulation of papers, preparing minutes, and monitoring the completion of agreed action points and meeting outcomes.
- Manage the efficient and smooth running of humanitarian business, project management and information systems (SharePoint, WebPromise) and procedures and provide inductions and training to new starters and staff as required.
- Act as humanitarian focal point for information across CAFOD, including on issues relating to international travel and security
- Act as focal point for Caritas Internationalis (CI) Member Organisations as well as external stakeholders, such as the Disasters and Emergency Committee (DEC), the START Network or the CHS Alliance;
- Represent Humanitarian in relevant internal and external sector working groups;
- Support and develop systems for effective communication
- Working in conjunction with International Operations Team, provide support to International Director in the maintenance and support to the International Programme Management Team (IPMT)
Crisis Management and Security Support (5%):
- Support Global Security Coordinator with monitoring security systems, security training, security administration and planning of Security Cluster meetings.
- In the event of crisis, lead on the administration for the Crisis Management Team;
- Manage CAFOD’s satellite communication and travel equipment
For further information on this vacancy and the application process, please visit the CAFOD website.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
- Are you keen to create and deliver community fundraising activities?
- Can you inspire people to raise funds?
National AIDS Trust is the UK’s HIV rights charity. Join us and you can play a key part in stopping HIV from standing in the way of health, dignity and equality, and help us bring an end to new HIV transmissions by 2030.
We’re looking for someone who is excited about supporting community fundraisers across the UK to raise funds for us. You’ll also have the skills and interest in creating and delivering our own events and community fundraising activities.
You’ll take the lead on community fundraising during our annual, high-profile World AIDS Day campaign, recruiting and supporting fundraisers across the country to raise both awareness of HIV as well as vital funds for our work.
As you’ll be working directly for the Director of Fundraising you can be instrumental in shaping this area going forwards. All ideas are welcomed and discussed as a team!
Closing date for applications: 9am on Monday 31 January 2022
Interviews: Monday 7 February 2022
The application pack documents can be downloaded from our website, or by sending an e-mail quoting the job title, together with your name and address, or by calling us. All materials are available in alternative formats upon request.
National AIDS Trust is committed to equality and diversity and particularly encourages applications from people living with HIV, gay and bisexual men, trans and non-binary people, and people from black and minority ethnic communities.
We welcome applications from disabled people and are committed to making reasonable adjustments wherever possible.
The National AIDS Trust (NAT) is a Registered Charity No. 297977 and a Company Limited by Guarantee No.2175938 (registered in England and Wales)
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
The Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund is the leading welfare charity supporting current and former members of the RAF, their partners and families, providing practical, emotional and financial support, whenever they need us.
We are looking for an exceptional community and challenge events fundraiser with the skills and experience to further develop our fundraising in South England. You will be responsible for raising income through existing networks of supporters, volunteers and building new relationships within the RAF, community groups and local business.
To be successful in this interesting and rewarding role you’ll need to have:
- proven experience of exceeding fundraising targets
- strong networking skills and the ability to quickly build relationships
- the ability to influence and motivate people to support us
- passion and commitment to make a difference
You must have proven community fundraising experience, you will also have initiative, flair and enthusiasm for the work of the RAF Benevolent Fund. Knowledge of the RAF or the military or of military charities would be useful.
The role is primarily community based in Greater London. When not in the community the role is based at the Fund’s London HQ. The role requires travel around a large geographical area and overnight stays away from home as well as working evenings and weekends at events when required Any successful candidate for this role will need to be DBS checked.
A detailed job profile is available below and on the Fund’s website. For an informal discussion about the role please contact Michelle Jeffcott, UK Community Fundraising Manager.
To apply, please send your CV together with a covering letter detailing why you believe you are suitable for this role and providing examples of how you meet the person specification to, Pete Thompson, Head of HR.
The closing date for applications is Midday on Monday 31 January 2022. Please note that interviews will be held via a video conferencing platform early February.
Please note that due to the high number of applications expected, only candidates shortlisted for interview will be notified.
A copy of the Fund’s Candidate Privacy Notice can be found on our website. As an equal opportunities employer, the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund is committed to the equal treatment of all current and prospective employees and does not condone discrimination on the basis of age, disability, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race or ethnicity, religion or belief, gender identity, or marriage and civil partnership. We aspire to have a diverse and inclusive workplace and strongly encourage suitably qualified applicants from a wide range of backgrounds to apply and join the Fund.
The Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund is a Registered Charity (No. 10810090).
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
London, Merseyside and Blackburn (3 roles available)
Closing date: 30 January 2022 at 11.30pm
Interview date: 10 February 2022 (Merseyside)
Interview date: 11 February 2022 (London)
Interview date: 24 February 2022 (Lancashire)
Do you want to use your skills as a Community Organiser to help fight the country's housing emergency? Then join Shelter as part of our Community Organising team and you could soon be playing your part in bringing about positive change that will genuinely transform millions of people's lives.
A home is a fundamental human need, as essential as education or healthcare. Yet millions of people across Britain struggle on a daily basis with homelessness, bad housing conditions, soaring rents, discrimination and the threat of eviction. So, we are striving for change, with individuals, in communities, across society, and leading the way to a safe home. We need ambitious, best-in-class individuals who are passionate about our cause to join us at this exciting time. This is your chance to play a part in the fundamental change we are striving to achieve.
At Shelter we are united by our purpose to defend the right to a safe home. Our enemy is the social injustice at the core of the escalating housing emergency. We believe that to win that fight, we must be representative of the people we are here to help and those who support our movement for change. In all our people decisions, we take pride in being inclusive, fair, equitable and transparent.
We have committed to combat racism both within and outside Shelter and welcome you on our journey to becoming a truly anti-racist organisation.
About the Campaigns Team
Right now, the stakes are higher than ever. There is a growing housing emergency affecting people up and down the country – from homeless people on the streets or in temporary accommodation, to the millions stretched to breaking point renting unaffordable, poor quality homes or stuck on social housing waiting lists. The Covid-19 pandemic has only added to the pressures people are under because of our broken housing system. Shelter has an enormous responsibility to ensure that people have their voices heard, and that this leads to change.
We want to help build a movement to change housing in Britain with ambitious goals to inspire people to take action, and support housing activism that leads to real change right across the country. The job of the Campaigns team is to support and help to build that movement of housing campaigners across the UK. Join us and be part of that change.
About the role
An amazing opportunity to work with communities facing housing injustice to tackle the housing emergency, you will be part of a Community Organising programme that will listen to and support communities to campaign to bring about change on the housing issues which matter to them in their communities. You will be working with a team of Organisers and Campaigners across the UK to bring about a step change in our response to the housing emergency. Whether you are having 1:1 meetings, delivering training or developing campaign strategies, you will be able to build on the existing approaches, skills and knowledge within Shelter in campaigning, advice or community networks, and use those resources to build the power of the UK housing rights movement.
We are happy to talk about flexible working, personal growth, and to promote a workplace where you can be yourself and achieve success based only on your merit.
This is not an entry level role, so you will already have some experience of working/volunteering in a campaigning or organising environment. A committed individual who wants to make sure the voices of those most affected by the housing emergency are heard, you're a good listener, able to build strong relationships and develop a strong strategic vision to make change happen.
You're also an excellent communicator, with good influencing and negotiating skills, who will be comfortable representing us to a range of external stakeholders. You'll need a good understanding of how change happens, and how develop campaign strategies that win. And, while housing and homelessness experience is not a requirement, you must share our passion for campaigning for the rights of people affected by the UK housing emergency.
We offer a wide range of benefits, including 30 days of annual leave, enhanced family friendly policies, pension and interest free travel loans. Our employees also have access to a tenancy deposit loan, payroll giving, cycle to work scheme and an employee assistance programme.
Shelter helps millions of people every year struggling with bad housing or homelessness through our advice, support and legal services. And we campaign to make sure that, one day, no one will have to turn to us for help. We're here so no one has to fight bad housing or homelessness on their own.
To find out more about the role and the benefits of working for Shelter please visit our website. Apply to be part of our team and be the change you want to see in society.
Safeguarding is everyone's business. Shelter is committed to protecting the health, wellbeing and human rights of those we support, and enabling them to live free from harm, abuse and neglect. All our staff will be expected to observe professional standards of behaviour and conduct their work in line with our Safeguarding Policies.
Shelter does not accept unsolicited CVs from external recruitment agencies nor accept the fees associated with them.