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We are recruiting for a Business Development Director, who can help Raw Material to develop new self-sustaining income strands, new partnerships, and lead on our communications and brand. We are looking for someone to invigorate, challenge and diversify our ideas and create new opportunities for our organisation, developing our business model.
Raw Material is a Brixton-based creative arts and music centre for young people and adults, working in Lambeth and across London. The extensive and inclusive programme maintains access for those with the greatest needs and our ethos places positive transformation at the forefront of creative pursuits.
We believe that arts and music, delivered in a socially and culturally relevant way, have the power to positively change and shape people’s lives. Our base in Brixton houses recording studios, a band rehearsal space, a production suite and DJ booths, and our work takes place here as well as in the community, in hospitals, in museums, with voluntary and community organisations, in schools and colleges, and beyond.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
ABOUT THE ROLE
This is an exciting opportunity to support the day-to-day operations of A4S globally and gain exposure to the running of an innovative and fast-growing not-for-profit organization.
Accounting for Sustainability (A4S) was established by HRH The Prince of Wales in 2004. Our aim is to transform finance, to make sustainable business ‘business as usual’. Today, we work with leading CFOs, finance managers, business schools, the Government, and more, to drive a fundamental shift towards resilient business models and a sustainable economy.
The successful candidate will ensure that A4S’s small, dynamic, and international team, and the thought-leading work they undertake, is supported across both physical and virtual office environments. They will be an integral part of the team, actively contributing to the organisation’s running, and liaising with a wide range of high-profile individuals in connection with our work.
Responsibilities will include:
• Supporting the Office Manager to maintain a functional and welcoming office environment.
• Assisting in the organization of high-profile events, internal and external meetings, and team activities– including travel arrangements as needed.
• Researching and reporting on a wide range of subjects and issues - including fundraising opportunities.
• Receiving incoming enquiries and making sure they are handled appropriately.
• Helping us to use our software tools effectively, track our IT equipment, and work well with our external IT support consultant.
• Supporting the team to maintain a well organised shared filing system, and an up-to-date contact database.
• Providing the wider team with ad hoc support for larger projects across the organisation.
You will have previous relevant PA/Secretarial, operations, administrative or similar experience, and will be familiar with diary management, and logistical support – including for events, meetings, and overseas travel.
Excellent communication skills (both written and oral) and proven experience of engaging with a wide range of people at all levels in a professional capacity are essential. Candidates must also demonstrate a high level of attention to detail, be comfortable working with various new IT systems and software, and be able to prioritize their own workload against tight deadlines.
A background knowledge of, or a demonstrable interest in, sustainability and business would be an advantage.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
An exciting opportunity for a highly organised individual with strong attention to detail to provide PA and administrative support to the Vice Presidents at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG).
About the role
Working as part of the executive support team, you will provide high quality PA and administrative support to the Vice Presidents enabling them to work in an organised and efficient way. You will be responsible for managing multiple diaries, travel and accommodation arrangements, processing expenses, as well as dealing with correspondence and enquiries. You will also assist the Business Manager to the CEO with projects, College processes, and support for board and committee meetings including minute taking.
As the ideal candidate, you will have:
- Previous experience in a PA role
- Experience of supporting committees/meetings
- Excellent minute taking skills
- Excellent IT skills, including Outlook and Microsoft Office
- Excellent team working skills
- Experience of supporting projects
Our culture and benefits
As a key member of the team, you will be located in our brand new offices in London Bridge. We offer a friendly, values led working culture with an excellent benefits package that includes:
- Agile and flexible working
- 25 days annual leave, plus bank holidays and office closure from 25 December to 1 January
- Up to 10% employer pension contribution after probation
- Enhanced occupational Maternity, Adoption, and Shared Parental leave policies
- Free lunch (onsite only)
- Employee Support Service counselling
How to apply
To apply and download the full Job Description and Person Specification, please visit our website via the Apply button.
Closing date for applications: 10.00am on Monday 7 February 2022
We believe that diverse teams will deliver the best outcomes for women's healthcare and we strive to be an inclusive employer. We are therefore looking for candidates whose backgrounds, experience and identity enhance the diversity of our existing team. We are particularly encouraging applications from underrepresented groups at the College such as those from black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds and those with a disability.
[We are only accepting applicants with a right to work in the UK; we are unable to sponsor people requiring a work visa]
The RCOG is a professional membership association dedicated to improving women’s health care across the world. We do this by setting standards for clinical practice, providing doctors with training and lifelong learning, and working with partners to advocate for women’s health and health care across their life course. We are a global leader in this specialist area, supporting 16,000 members in the UK and internationally. We are a values-led organisation placing high standards, innovation, openness, inclusiveness and trust at the centre of all we do.
The RCR is a great place to work, with an ambitious agenda. At the forefront of the health agenda, our members diagnose and treat cancer, heart disease, stroke and more, while leading on innovations including AI, skills mix and community diagnostic hubs. As COVID-19 recedes and the cancer backlog rises up the agenda, our members’ work and views have never been more important.
This is an exciting opportunity to join an ambitious HR team, looking to redefine the way human resources adds value to organisations by implementing innovative HR practices and initiatives, allowing the RCR and its people to perform at their absolute best. As a team we value an evidence-based approach in achieving this, utilising data to measure the impact of our work.
We are looking for an experienced and switched-on HR professional to join the team in the position of HR Business Partner (HRBP). The successful applicant will have good knowledge of the range of HR and L&D disciplines, with a real understanding of how they contribute to business success. They’ll be confident and credible, able to establish great, trusting working relationships, gaining the respect of staff and managers in all aspects of their work.
At the RCR, we’ve built a HR team that values the benefit teamwork and diverse thinking brings, we like to be creative in how we solve problems and work at the cutting-edge of industry standards, ensuring everything we do adds value to the business and our employees. The HRBP will play a key role in all of this, contributing to the achievement of the people strategy by delivering and developing specified HR and OD functions and services across the RCR. The role is varied, with a focus on operational delivery, project work and partnering with and advising managers. As such, each day will be different, but the goal will be the same, whether you’re: compiling and reviewing PDR’s to develop training plans; reviewing payroll; advising managers; conducting exit interviews; updating policies; writing management reports; researching new initiatives or managing projects, you’ll be doing it with the aim of making our people’s working lives the best they can be, and in turn enabling the RCR to reach new hights, delivering on it’s ambitions and improving imaging and cancer care for all.
We are a UK wide membership organisation for all health professionals working in adult, paediatric and adolescent rheumatology. BSR works to promote excellence in the care of people with rheumatic and musculoskeletal disorders and to support those delivering it, involving patients and carers at every step.
We are looking for an experienced administrator to join our Practice and Quality team. Your role will support the National Early Inflammatory Arthritis Audit (NEIAA) which aims to improve the quality of care given to patients living with inflammatory arthritis, collecting data from patients newly referred to rheumatology services in England and Wales.
Working closely with the NEIAA project manager, the Clinical Audit Administrator will assist with setting up business processes, engaging with stakeholders, managing the audit mailbox, website updates and meeting administration. The ideal candidate will therefore be an excellent written and verbal communicator, passionate about building positive working relationships with a range of stakeholders and highly organised.
Location: The role will be based in our Central London office with remote/hybrid working options available
We can offer:
- A great place to work, we are Investors In People accredited and committed to Equality, Inclusion and Diversity
- Performance related pay and incentive schemes that include colleague nominated awards
- Group pension scheme
- 25 days holiday
- A heap of benefits, such as BUPA health insurance, cycle to work schemes, buy/sell leave etc.
- Regular staff social events
- Year round learning and development programmes
Closing date to submit applications: Wednesday, 2 February 2022.
Interviews will be held virtually the week commencing 7 February 2022.
We particularly welcome applications from people with disabilities, minority ethnic backgrounds, LGBT+ and from different socio-economic and educational backgrounds.
BSR is committed to encouraging inclusion, equality and diversity among our workforce, and eliminating unlawful discrimination, harassment and victimisation by complying with the Equality Act 2010.
We want a working environment free of all the above, where individual differences and the contributions of all staff are recognised and valued. To do this, we will proactively tackle discrimination and disadvantage and ensure that no individual or group is directly or indirectly discriminated against for any reason. We expect all BSR employees to champion and live our values through their work at every opportunity.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Projects Business Support Officer - Temporary
A fully flexible remote working role, with a large long standing charity are seeking an experienced projects business support offer for a temporary role starting ASAP for approx. 6 months.
Short description of role:
To provide high quality business support to projects, programmes, quality assurance activities undertaken by the Development Team with the National Safeguarding Team, with a focus on the planning and delivery of the teams safeguarding learning programmes. You will be responsible for devising and monitoring project schedules; tracking progress of tasks; developing and implementing complex logistical arrangements, and liaising with key stakeholders, to ensure the design and delivery of the Team's priorities.
- Working with the National Safeguarding Learning and Development Managers to develop project plans and clear processes to ensure the smooth delivery of national training and evaluation processes, supporting the delivery from initial idea to the completion of the project.
- Maintaining project management structures/documentation, frameworks and tools, and supporting colleagues to use these consistently and effectively.
- Ensure systems to manage multiple programmes are developed and meet the needs of the team and wider stakeholders
- Contributing to the development of programme documentation by liaising with relevant stakeholders, managing sensitive and complex information
- Maintaining central programme records and maintaining reviews
- Providing flexible, hands-on delivery support and assisting with effective communication between project management and stakeholders. This can include responding to basic project questions and managing invoice handling/tracking budget, sending doodle polls, liaising with various PAs on diaries for meeting scheduling.
- Managing meeting and training logistics across a number of competing stakeholders- booking meetings, meetings rooms, other administrative support.
- Providing business support for other aspects of the Development Team's work, including consultation on, and implementation of, safeguarding guidance.
- Implementing and maintaining appropriate systems to enable effective planning and scheduling of project activities.
- Able to analyse quantitative and qualitative data and draw out key themes, able to present the data analysed using a range of presentation tools.
- Ability to collect and collate information and data and handle this in line with GDPR requirements.
- Proactivity and forward thinking, able to think ahead and consider what needs to accordingly be ordered and scheduled.
- Experience of developing / contributing to project plans.
- Experience of supporting the delivery of project plans from initial idea to the completion of the project.
- Problem solving skills with the ability to explore and find solutions.
- Good communication skills to ensure all project details align with the mission of the National Safeguarding Team
Location: London Westminster - can offer fully remote working
Employment Type: Temporary ASAP start 6 months+
Salary/rate: Up to £18.50ph + Holiday Pay
Working hours: 35pw
CLOSING DATE: ASAP
We want you to have every opportunity to demonstrate your skills, ability and potential; please contact us if you require any assistance or adjustment so that we can help with making the application process work for you.
We are looking for a Business Development Coordinator who will play an important role within our Business Development team.
Business Development Coordinator
Contract type: Fixed term contract until 31st March 2023
Hours: Full time: (35hrs/week), Monday to Friday
Location: Currently 100% home-based due to prevailing pandemic conditions, on a permanent basis the post will be undertaken through home and office-based working (London, Salford, Cardiff, Edinburgh or Belfast)
Salary: £28,000 – 35,000 per annum
Into Film is an education charity that puts film at the heart of children and young people’s educational, cultural and personal development. We are proud to say that over half of UK schools engage with our exciting programme of film clubs, cinema screenings, resources and training.
The Business Development team is responsible for maintaining the excellent relationships we already have with our funders and stakeholders, within the youth, education and film sectors and for identifying and building new partnerships to help us deliver the programme.
Reporting into and working closely with the Corporate Partnerships Manager to deliver Into Film's unique new film release marketing offer. Into Film has built relationships with the marketing teams of the UK’s key film distributors and offers a schools facing marketing service creating bespoke, branded film education materials that are promoted to teachers, students and parents in the run up to a film’s theatrical or home entertainment release. The role also provides general administration support to the Business Development team.
The successful applicant will have experience of working within a creative communication, marketing and/or partnerships role and will have excellent administrative and project coordination skills with the ability to work collaboratively within a team yet be self-motivated to work under their own initiative. Confident and clear communications skills and the ability to manage tasks effectively, coordinate multiple projects simultaneously and focus on delivery within a busy work environment is also a pre-requisite for the role.
The closing date for applications is 10am on 1st February, with interviews anticipated to be held w/c 14th February 2022.
To Apply and for More Information:
If you would like to find out more about this position, please click the apply button to be directed to our website.
The successful applicant will need to undertake and maintain enhanced DBS clearance, which will be arranged by Into Film.
APPLICATION FORMS ONLY - NO CVs OR AGENCIES PLEASE.
Carers UK is looking for a Business Development & Client Services Officer to support the Client Services team in delivering activities to maintain and grow income from Carers UK’s products and services, including the Employers for Carers forum and the Digital Resource for Carers.
The pandemic has really shone a light on what Britain’s unpaid carers do and with as many as one in four of us now providing care we believe we have a burning platform to bring about change, as well as provide carers with the support they need.
The role will support the Business Development and Innovation team responsible for Carers UK’s digital products and services for professionals such employers and local authority commissioners and service providers.
You will be highly confident approaching and building rapport with prospective and existing clients with a commitment to a sustained high level of outbound communication. Collaborative in approach and with excellent communication skills you will have the ability to prioritise and manage a combination of different tasks and work effectively and efficiently to tight deadlines.
About the role
Carers UK’s Business Development and Innovation team develops and delivers a range of digital products and services for unpaid carers. You will be a self-starter who will assist the client services team to develop, deliver and grow its earned income activities. You will carry out prospects research to support new business development, while providing support to existing clients and building relationships through active client engagement. You will receive relevant training, guidance and coaching.
We are a truly inclusive team, we offer flexibility and we live and breathe our values. We are Attentive, Ambitious and Achievers.
At Carers UK, we are passionate about diversity and inclusion and offering equal opportunities. We positively and actively welcome applications from everyone. We strive for our staff group to reflect the beneficiary group that we serve.
At Carers UK, we value and support our staff and therefore offer flexible working from day one of employment, as well as a whole range of additional benefits as listed in the job description; including an Employee Assistance Programme and a generous holiday allowance.
At Carers UK we live and breathe our value’s which is why we have a value’s recognition scheme, which is colleague led, to celebrate and recognise our colleagues and the dedicated work that they do.
Carers UK is the leading national charity, supporting, advocating for and connecting unpaid carers across the UK.
With over 6.5 million unpaid carers in the UK and 6,000 individuals becoming a carer every day the need to support them is growing and urgent. Unpaid carers save the country an estimated £530 million each day and are vital to the friends and family members they support, as well as to the wider community.
COVID-19 has dramatically affected carers across the country. Our recent polling suggests that the figure for unpaid carers could now be as high as 13.6 million, with 4.5 million people starting to care overnight due to the impact on coronavirus on services and individuals.
- Closing date: 03 February 2022, 5.00 pm
- Interview date: Week commencing 07 February 2022
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?
Do you want to use your administration and business skills to work in a fulfilling role where you can help us support vulnerable communities across the globe to access the healthcare they need through the delivery of medical aid? We are looking for someone organised and numerate who enjoys supporting others and is comfortable with multi-tasking across a broad range of activities. You will need to be motivated by your Christian faith and want to be part of helping us run an efficient and effective charity.
International Health Partners (IHP) supports people in hard-to-reach, vulnerable and disaster-hit communities to get the medicines they need, by coordinating the safe and responsible donation of long-dated medical products. We work with our strong network of global healthcare, logistics and NGO partners, to source and send treatments to where they are needed most, to help prevent the needless suffering caused by a lack of access to healthcare. Our work is needed now more than ever. The global outbreak of COVID-19 has further highlighted the urgent need for improving access to medicines and for strengthening health systems.In the last two years, IHP has sent over 10 million treatments to vulnerable communities around the world including places such as Yemen, South Sudan and Haiti.
The Business Operations Administrator is a new role, due to expanding activity, and will provide a range of support across finance, HR, governance and office management. Typical tasks might include updating financial records and data, maintaining HR records and resources, coordinating staff events, ensuring office systems and equipment are working well, and facilitating team meetings. The Business Operations Administrator will also help with supporting organisation wide projects. You will be joining our 21 strong staff team and be largely based in our London office. We enjoy high levels of employee engagement and our culture is described as warm and inclusive.
We are looking for someone who really enjoys administration and data processing, is self-motivated, efficient, has an excellent eye for detail, and wants to learn and contribute to a great team. We can offer you a rewarding and varied role.
Please view the full job description and person specification for more details about the role including how to apply. We welcome applicants who can offer part-time (21 hours min) or full time hours.
IHP is an Equal Opportunities Employer. Staff regularly spend time together praying for IHP’s work and there is an occupational requirement for the post holder to have a personal commitment to the Christian faith. Please make it clear in the application how you meet this requirement.
We offer excellent benefits including a company pension scheme and a generous holiday entitlement.
To apply, please submit your CV and covering letter (letter to be no more than 2 A4 sides) explaining how you meet the person specification and occupational requirement to be a Christian. Applications without a covering letter will not be considered.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Project Administrator job; social care;
Your new company
You will be joining an established organisation which places the service user at the heart of everything they do. This organisation is focused on supporting vulnerable people in the community. This organisation primarily supports service users are whose lives have been held back by a range of social deprivation, poverty and addictions.
Your new role
- The post holder will offer organisational, administrative and clerical services to the team designed to contribute towards its aims and objectives.
- You will manage all controlled drug stationary including the prescription production and distribution within the service.
- You will ensure all information in relation to prescription generation and database update.
- You will be expected to take responsibility for personal development, identifying personal training needs and participate in regular supervision and appraisal.
- To assist in the management of prescription production and changes to scripts in line with Doctors medical reviews.
- To maintain and assist with process of prescription generation across the Southwark service
- Act as first point of contact within the service, for actions and discussions around prescriptions and controlled stationary.
- To ensure that telephone calls and visits from service users, outside agencies and CGL staff are dealt with promptly and courteously, transferring calls to appropriate personnel when necessary.
- To ensure effective processing of correspondence / data entry as required.
- To minute take at partnership and clinical meetings as required.
- To collate, monitor and report data/information & statistics as required.
What you'll need to succeed
- Must have worked within an administrator role previously
- Must have a Hays Enhanced DBS or on the DBS Update Service
What you'll get in return
- 6 Month contract
- Weekly pay
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.
If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.
We want a world where income doesn’t affect education. So, we’re on a mission to use the power of tutoring to smash the barriers in learning and enable every child to succeed. We are on the lookout for a Programme Officer to join us on this exciting journey!
About Tutors United
We are an award-winning and rapidly evolving social enterprise, delivering confidence-boosting, attainment-raising group tutorials to some of Planet Earth’s coolest primary school pupils. We are committed to bringing the benefits of tutoring to every child, ensuring their socio-economic background doesn’t hinder how much they can achieve in life.
We do this by hiring and training brilliant university students to deliver after school group tutorials in core subjects with a specially devised curriculum, designed by expert teachers. We are the affordable option for parents and funders who want to see fantastic results for primary school children from low-income households and have a brilliant Programme Officer position available for an ambitious, dedicated, and proactive individual!
The Programme Officer will be responsible for the coordination and overall management of our programmes, which we are now scaling to reach nearly 1,000 pupils per year nationwide. This will involve managing relationships with tutors, parents and clients as well as collecting qualitative and quantitative data to help measure the impact and build the success of the programme.
This role is of crucial importance to Tutors United, as the Programme Officer will lead on the delivery and evaluation of a number of programmes, manage relationships with parents, tutors and clients; and contribute to the development of our flagship Tutoring Young Residents programme. You will also work closely with our programmes team to ensure the programmes achieve their intended outcomes.
We are looking for an individual who is enthusiastic about education and has strong stakeholder management skills. You should be able to adapt to the different forms of communication between clients, parents, tutors, and funders and have strong presentation skills. You will need to have brilliant project management skills and be comfortable working with data and using it to make informed decisions.
If you enjoy engaging your creative side, have exceptional people-skills and want to engage in strategy to contribute to the growth of a promising social enterprise, you will love it here!
We are eager to hear from individuals with lived experience of educational inequality who may have valuable insight or skills to contribute to our mission. Representation and diversity matter at Tutors United. Therefore, we are strongly encouraging applications from groups that are underrepresented in the sector, including men, Black, and Asian people.
Download the Job Description for more information on the role and how to apply!
Job Title: New Business Officer (Corporate Partnerships)
Contract: Permanent, Full Time, 35 hours per week
Salary: £23,800 to £25,000 per annum plus £4,452 London weighting is applicable
About The Royal British Legion
Careers in Fundraising
Across the country, in every city and on every street, the Legion is there to support our Armed Forces community. As the largest charity of our kind, we have 235,000 members, 60,000 volunteers and a network of partners all helping us give support wherever and whenever it's needed.
With over 200 employees, our Fundraising teams form an important part of this pack. Their passion and collaboration bring in millions of pounds every year. Money that goes on to improve and change the lives of this community.
It's this mission, this scale, this challenge and the values we all live by, that makes the Legion such a fulfilling place to thrive.
As a directorate we commit to ensuring our supporters feel valued, and driven to deliver fundraising that is effective, agile and sector leading. We do this by putting supporters at the heart of everything we do, and by embedding a learning culture in our teams where process improvement and innovation are embraced and celebrated.
So, if you want to give your days meaning. To put your passion into a role with real impact. To support people and be supported yourself. In an inclusive team that faces every challenge together. Whatever your interests and ambitions, we think you’ll find a role here that works for you, with career opportunities right across the UK.
As the Royal British Legion celebrates its 100th anniversary and looks forward to the future, our valuable fundraising relationships with companies are more important than ever. We have a successful track record of securing and nurturing partnerships with some of the UK’s best known businesses, which deliver multi-million pounds worth of income and additional benefits. This role will be integral to ensuring that we continue to find new companies with which we can build sustainable, mutually beneficial, award-winning partnerships.
Facing great challenges in the post-pandemic world – from the increasing needs of the Armed Forces community to a competitive third sector – you will need to be a passionate, self-motivated and entrepreneurial fundraiser. With experience of new business corporate fundraising or private sector sales and marketing, you will understand how to engage businesses, work with stakeholders at any level, and identify synergies between our work and their objectives.
You should have a good working knowledge of the new business cycle, from initial research and making approaches to closing the deal. You should be confident meeting new people and building relationships quickly, whether business stakeholders or internal colleagues. We are a team that thrives on innovation and new ideas, so you should be able to see opportunities and find creative solutions to challenges.
You need to be a passionate advocate for corporate partnerships, the RBL and the Armed Forces community, whilst also recognising that we need to safeguard our brand and reputation. In return, you will become part of a high performing, supportive and friendly team of fundraisers, committed to future success.
Please note this role is based at our Head Office which is located at Haig House, 199 Borough High Street, London, SE1 1AA. Currently, the role will be home-based, with a degree of flexibility available when offices open again.
As an inclusive employer, we welcome conversations on flexible working and any reasonable adjustments that may be required.
We believe that the compassion, understanding and service we show each, and every individual customer should be reflected in the way we all support, respect and include every individual who works with us.
It’s because of this that we have strived hard to create a One Legion culture that we can all feel part of and succeed in. It’s why we make sure that you have the opportunities you need to learn and develop. It’s why we’re invested in making RBL a truly inclusive place to work, where everyone can be themselves. It’s why you’re welcome, whoever you might be.
It’s why we welcome applications from people with diverse backgrounds and experiences.
How to Apply
Please apply by clicking ‘apply online’.
Closing date for this role is: Thursday 27th January 2022
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
The King's Fund is an independent charity working to improve health and care in England. We help to shape policy and practice through research and analysis; develop individuals, teams and organisations; promote understanding of the health and social care system; and bring people together to learn, share knowledge and debate. Our vision is that the best possible health and care is available to all. We have a high profile and strong reputation for influencing health and care policy, providing leadership development and producing excellent communications.
About the role
We are recruiting for 2 Events and Partnerships Officers. One role is permanent and the other is a 12-month fixed term contract maternity cover.
This role will give you an exciting opportunity to work in our busy events and partnerships team within a well-respected health think-tank and charity. You will work with colleagues on planning and delivering a mixture of pay-to-attend conferences (virtual and physical), roundtable discussions, dinners, and free online events. You will also manage the content design and delivery of our joint-badged events with our Corporate Partners and Supporters.
The events and partnerships team has been growing and developing its offer over the past decade. You will be part of an innovative and forward-thinking team as we adapt to the new events landscape in light of the pandemic. You will lead on several events in the schedule; ensuring they run smoothly, keep to strict budgets, are delivered to a very high standard, meet the expectations of colleagues and delegates, and enhance our reputation and public profile. You will also play a key role in shaping the future of our portfolio of in-person, virtual and hybrid events.
To join us, you’ll need a degree (or equivalent) and experience in planning and delivering virtual and in person conferences and other smaller events. With this background, you’ll know how to research and develop event content to create engaging programmes and attract wide audiences. You will have excellent organisational skills and the ability to lead effective logistics arrangements in preparation for and on the day of events. We’ll expect you to work hard to support the team and you will be given responsibility for your own areas of work. You’ll also need to be flexible, diligent, and comfortable being the main point of contact for many people from sponsors to speakers.
The Fund has a set of core values and behaviours that we believe will help us to achieve our own goals and the culture we need to enable our people to work at their best. You will be expected to live up to these in all areas of your work. Clear communication is key, along with good organisation. Professional and efficient, you’ll thrive on ever-changing challenges.
Here at the Fund, we actively encourage applicants from underrepresented backgrounds, people from Black and ethnic minority backgrounds, those with disabilities and from the LGBT+ community. We want people to bring their unique blend of experiences, backgrounds, perspectives and knowledge as we recognise that diversity makes us stronger.
Our premises in London are open for staff. We are in the process of developing our working patterns in the longer term to incorporate hybrid working which we expect to include some time working from the office each week to better deliver our work and support our colleagues and clients.
How to apply
Please note that in order to apply, you must have documented proof of your right to live and work in the UK. Please do not send CVs. Applications must be submitted using The King’s Fund application form. No agencies please.
To apply, please read our supplementary guidance documents and then download and fill in our application form. Please state on the form whether you want to be considered for the permanent role, fixed term or both.
Closing date for receipt of completed applications is Wednesday 2 February 2022 at noon. Interviews will be held via Microsoft Teams on Thursday 10 February.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Reprieve is a UK charity founded in 1999. Reprieve uses strategic interventions to end the use of the death penalty globally, and to end extreme human rights abuses carried out in the name of “counterterrorism” or “national security”.
Reprieve works with the most disenfranchised people in society, as it is in their cases that human rights are most swiftly jettisoned and the rule of law is cast aside. Thus, Reprieve promotes and protects the rights of those facing the death penalty and those who are the victims of extreme human rights abuses carried out in the name of “counterterrorism” or “national security”, with a focus on arbitrary detention, torture, and extrajudicial executions.
Reprieve’s main office is in London, UK. Reprieve also supports full-time Fellows, who work as lawyers, investigators and campaigners in the countries in which we work. We work closely with a number of partner organisations in jurisdictions all over the world, who provide access to clients, expertise, knowledge and guidance on specific issues or regions. We work in cooperation with relevant government officials, individual lawyers and human rights defenders, as well as individual, corporate and foundation funders to further the cause of our shared goals.
Reprieve works in close partnership with its independent sister organisation Reprieve US. This collaboration is mutually beneficial to both Reprieve and Reprieve US as it enables each organisation to work more effectively and take advantage of the strategic locations to increase the impact of our work.
The Project Officer will join the US Death Penalty Project at Reprieve, working on Reprieve’s innovative Stop Lethal Injection Project operating at Reprieve’s Lethal Injection Information Center.
The Stop Lethal Injection Project engages in investigation, corporate social responsibility (CSR) advocacy, strategic litigation, and public education focused around preventing the misuse of medicines in lethal injection executions and exposing the myth of the humane execution.
The US Death Penalty Project Officer role is UK based and will work closely and collaboratively with colleagues in Reprieve US. They will support the Head of US Death Penalty and the Project Manager on activities across all four areas of the project:
- Investigation & Analysis: Investigating current and future lethal injection drug execution methods, including choice of drugs, method of administration, and source and supply chain of drugs.
- Strategic litigation: Supporting strategic litigation around lethal injection drug issues, including factual investigation, legal research and analysis, development of legal theories for advocacy and litigation; and collaborating with and/or developing relationships with capital defence attorneys and experts in the medical and scientific fields;
- Engagement with Private Sector Partners: Engaging with and advising private sector partners in the pharmaceutical industry and wider healthcare sector, including relevant stakeholders and investors; providing advice and support in their efforts to prevent the diversion of drugs to death rows;
- Advocacy and Public Information: Establishing, maintaining and developing relationships with stakeholders who may help advance Reprieve’s death penalty work on a state and national level; communicating the risks of misuse of medicines in executions to a wide range of audiences and stakeholders; preparing reports, memos, and op-eds as needed.
The successful candidate will have the ability to communicate effectively with a wide range of audiences and stakeholders and translate technical, legal, and scientific issues into lay terms; will have strong research and drafting skills; and will be fully committed to Reprieve’s position on the death penalty.
For full details and information on how to apply please see the job description. Please note that this is a UK based role.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.