Barnardo's are hiring and interviews are ongoing.
As a door to door Fundraiser you will be part of a team of likeminded fundraisers who share a passion for the work of this incredible children’s charity. You will get to speak to people on their doorsteps around the area and with Barnardos being a household, well-respected charity, you will be treated with respect.
You will work door to door in residential areas in and around Bristol engaging in important and vital conversations, and inspiring new donors to sign up to the Barnardo’s lottery. You will also be raising awareness and signposting people to Barnardos services.
• Competitive starting rate of £9.75-£10.25 per hour depending on experience.
• 35 hours p/week
• Hours 1pm – 8:30pm Monday – Friday
• Paid every Thursday, holiday pay and help with travel expenses.
• Work around Bristol, in residential areas and in busy venues on a team.
• Career development opportunities
• Full training and ongoing coaching
• Work in-house with Barnardo’s
• Be part of a household name campaign
The ideal candidate
• Great storyteller, confident, people person with fantastic people skills.
• Self-motivated, driven and a force for change.
• Someone with experience of sales, campaiging, fundraising, acting, care sector.
• Passionate about children and welfare.
Barnardo’s is here to support and protect the UK’s most vulnerable children and bring out the best in them no matter what they have been through.
We believe a child’s future should never be defined by their past. Over the last 150 years we have witnessed children’s incredible ability to transform their lives no matter what they have been through. And we know that when people believe in children they start to believe in themselves.
We are looking for brilliant, bright, bubbly individuals who want to raise money through door to door fundraising on a team of like minded people. This role is impressive to have on your CV as the role requires rolling your sleeves up for a cause and not many people could say they've done that.
Apply anytime, they recruit year round.
Please apply now and Jenny or Holly from Flow Caritas Charity Recruitment will call you to dicuss your application.
At Flow Caritas your careers are important to us! There will be ample opportunity for you to grow and move into a management position. Not all advancement is in fundraising - 28% of our leavers are still in the charity sector and 63% are now working in a multitude of sectors including; advertising, account management, public affairs, law, digital PR, environmental engineering and music.
We’re seeking an innovative, passionate and professional individual with excellent interpersonal and organisational skills to join our management team in London, as a Support Manager.
Position: Stroke Association Support Manager
Location: Greater London - office based with regular travel, North East and South London as designated management area
Hours: 35 hours per week
Salary: circa £29,299 per annum (including £3,299 inner London weighting)
Benefits: 25 days’ annual leave plus bank holidays (this will increase with service up to 30 days, full time equivalent) cashback and discount scheme, employee assistance programme, learning and development, pension scheme, Life Assurance, season ticket loan, Eye Care vouchers, Long Service Award, Cycle2Work scheme, Tax-free childcare, Health Cash Plan, Working Pattern Agreement, flexible working opportunities available.
Closing Date: 29th September 2019
Interview Date: 10th October 2019
Reporting to the Head of Stroke Support, the Stroke Association Support Manager will oversee a diverse team of coordinators and volunteers ensuring the teams are delivering high quality support to stroke survivors and carers. The locality managed by this role is currently North East London and South London, although this is periodically reviewed and may be reviewed depending on successful applicant.
The post holder will:
- Have excellent interpersonal skills
- Have a track record of working in a proactive and flexible way
- Have skills to lead and manage a diverse team of staff.
- Ideally have experience of managing teams.
- Ideally have experience and knowledge of commissioning and community development within the Health and Social Care sector or a similar environment.
This is an exciting opportunity to work with stroke survivors and their families to support them following stroke and to raise stroke awareness in the local population. We offer a host of amazing benefits, opportunities to progress your career and flexible working options, including a ‘Make Your Week Work for You’, which offers the opportunity to work flexibly from home alongside being based from our London office.
Stroke Association. Rebuilding lives after stroke.
We believe everyone deserves to live the best life they can after stroke. And it’s a team effort to get there. We provide specialist support, fund critical research and campaign to make sure people affected by stroke get the very best care and support to rebuild their lives. Every five minutes, stroke destroys lives. Help us rebuild them and join our team.
You may also have experience in areas such as Care Coordinator, Stroke Support, Stroke, Care Manager, Support Manager, Service Manager, etc.
The Campaign Company (TCC) is a values-driven research, communications and engagement consultancy. We specialise in providing cutting edge insight that helps our clients better connect with the people they serve in a time of change. We work mainly with clients in national and local government, the NHS and charity sector.
Our team is growing with increasing work in the field of public engagement and community cohesion. This is an exciting opportunity to help organisations dealing with complex policy challenges build trust and manage change.
About the role
You will manage projects in the fields of engagement, research and communications, and provide specialist expertise to our clients.
The job is fast paced dealing with client and public facing projects. In your day to day role this will involve delivery of primary (quantitative and qualitative research) and secondary research, organising engagement events, and presenting to clients.
You will have an important role in TCC's small team, with opportunities to play a central role in developing the business.
You are likely to have previously worked in a research, politics, engagement or communications role and will be self-motivated, proactive, creative, a problem-solver and great at managing deadlines and changing priorities.
You will be curious about how communities work, what drives perceptions and behaviours, and how engagement around policy issues can affect positive change.
You will need to be prepared to work hard and learn fast across a range of areas and be happy working independently and as part of a team.
This role is challenging, requiring exceptionally high standards to help the business grow and deliver pro-social change.
• Project support: organising meetings; focus group recruitment/facilitation; data analysis and report writing
• Project management: authoring project plans; identifying and securing resource; and managing costs, time and profitability
• Managing relationships with clients and suppliers
• Primary and secondary research, including quantitative and qualitative data analysis
• Producing high quality written reports
• Presentation of project work in client and public facing settings
• Support delivery of business strategy: supporting and developing business processes and contributing to business development.
The role will initially be offered as a one year contract with a view to becoming permanent.
We are looking for a Senior Programme Manager, Air Quality who wants to change the world.
This is one of the most exciting roles in the field of air quality – a chance to lead award winning air pollution busting projects and utilise the power of a coalition of over 200 government, public sector, charity and business supporters to help protect people’s health by improving the air we breathe. The Senior Programme Manager, Air Quality will play a pivotal role in supporting our dynamic and fast-growing charity to design and implement high-quality and impactful change programmes to tackle air pollution and climate change. We are looking for a passionate sustainability professional with extensive experience of leading excellent programmes that make a difference to the environment and people’s health.
The successful candidate will be a highly motivated individual who can lead on the following three areas:
Programme design and management
- Deliver a range of air pollution programmes, both directly to the public and to organisations including schools, healthcare organisations and workplaces, to an excellent standard, on time and to budget.
- Design and develop programmes to drive continuous improvement, maximum impact and attract more funding.
- Establish and maintain great relationships with public, private and charity sector delivery partners to ensure programmes deliver maximum impact with high satisfaction of all partners involved.
- Influence organisations and individuals to take faster and deeper action to improve air quality.
- Develop methodologies and materials to engage target audiences and drive change.
- Develop and communicate insights from clean air programmes and the Clean Air Public Insights Tracker (GAP intellectual property) to help inform public debate and accelerate the transition to cleaner air.
Key skills and experience
The successful candidate will demonstrate:
- Air pollution expertise, with up-to-date knowledge about the health impacts and solutions to air pollution.
- A commitment to change, both to create change for what is good for us and the planet, and to see the beauty in change in a flexible working environment.
- Results-oriented approach, to maintain focus on achieving outcomes and with a drive to accelerate the transition to cleaner air.
- Excellent programme management skills, including financial planning, time management, collaborative working, risk management and an eye for detail to achieve impact, high standards and client satisfaction.
- Proven programme design skills, to be able to create, cost-up and develop ideas, proposals and detailed programme plans.
- Strong team management skills, to be able to work with others, get the best out of your colleagues and develop the potential of those you manage.
- Great relationship management skills, with an ability to build, grow and maintain rapport with clients, delivery partners and external stakeholders.
- Influencing skills, in order to negotiate effectively and get stakeholders to act on air pollution.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills, in order to clearly communicate messages through a range of medium (e.g. workshops, leaflets, social media, websites) to a range of audiences and influence individuals and organisations to act on air pollution.
In addition, the following experience and skills are applicable, although not all are essential for the role:
- Behaviour change - knowledge and practical application of different theories and models of change.
- Business development skills, to explore opportunities with existing clients and identify new ones.
- Data analysis, to be able to extract and communicate pertinent meaning and messages from sets of data.
You will report to the Head of Health and Air Quality.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
This is an exciting, home based, role supporting the charity OAfrica in expanding its fundraising portfolio in the U.K. We are searching for a driven, self-starter with experience in delivering successful individual giving programmes and building networks with High Net Worth markets.
OAfrica is a progressive and unique charity running projects to ensure that children are brought up in safe, permanent, family settings. We currently carry out all our work in Ghana.
Under the inspirational leadership of the passionate founder, Lisa Lovatt-Smith, the charity has achieved astonishing things in its first 17 years, now raising over €500K a year across 6 countries and with over 100 individual children being helped in the last year alone, as well as running a successful advocacy programme to campaign against child trafficing and cruelty to children.
The charity wants to take its fundraising up to the next level by appointing a UK based Fundraising Manager to assist in the implementation of a country fundraising strategy across a range of income generating products.
This position will allow the right candidate the opportunity to have a big impact on a small but growing charity.
This role will be home based, initially on a part time contract basis and there will be plenty of flexibility with regards to working hours, for the right person. The salary will be £25-30k pro rata DOE.
The role will include:
- Coordinating in-country fundraising activities and leading on specifics e.g. individual giving, corporate partnerships, major donors and celebrities, community fundraising, challenge and youth fundraising
- Managing and developing a U.K. digital fundraising strategy
- Growing a network of committed supporters/volunteers
- Liaising with U.K. governing/regulatory bodies
- Maintaining regular contact with supporters and growing a regular donor programme via email and postal mailing programmes
- Managing country income and expenditure budgets
- Delivering and supporting High Net Worth supporter events and networking opportunities
- Liaison with the U.K. charity board
- Managing country budgets.
The ideal candidate will:
- Experience in individual giving essential
- Have proven experience in a previous fundraising role
- Be digitally savvy
- Have excellent communication skills
- Be adept at networking with HNWI and corporate organisations
- Be a self-starter with the drive to source new opportunities
- Have experience in managing income and expenditure budgets.
- Have the flexibility to travel as per the requirements of the role.
To apply for this role, please send a covering letter and CV to Jacqui Heasley, Head of Fundraising Strategy. Please include details of current salary and notice period.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
This is an exciting opportunity for a Marketing & Fundraising Manager to join an innovative team with an ambitious passionate culture to improve the quality of dementia care. Parkhaven Trust is a well-established charity which has been responding to the changing needs of service users for over 125 years. We currently provide a range of excellent residential and support services across Maghull, Merseyside.
Full or Part-time considered for an initial 12 month contract with potential for extention.
Overall Role Purpose
To provide marketing, business development and fundraising support to Parkhaven Trust. This role will report into the CEO and work alongside the relevant Service Leads on implementing the marketing plan to achieve the defined objectives and KPI’s.
The role will include: fundraising, business development activities and marketing campaigns, events and initiatives and support with social media plans as well as internal communications.
- To have an understanding of the Trusts market objectives, market position, target audiences and help to reinforce, internally and externally, our positioning in the market
- Supports the creation of the marketing plan, initiatives and activities
- Delivery of the marketing plan, providing support with advertisement, sponsorship, events, marketing literature, and fundraising initiatives and produces the internal newsletter.
- Support the Service Managers with the creation of marketing initiatives and literature to increase profile and generate new users for the services
- Helps to ensure appropriate follow up takes place after each marketing activity
- The implementation and analysis of service user and family surveys
- Production of marketing communication to families
- Event co-ordination, which may include booking venues, event administration and on the day event management.
- Manage and completion of external award submissions
- Ensuring all marketing collateral is visible in appropriate areas
- Creation and implementation of fundraising activities
- The management of the website and content
- Manages any third party supplier relationships in relation to marketing
- Attends relevant networking events to promote Parkhaven Trust
- Competitor monitoring – review of competitor websites and local press to enable local team to keep abreast of event and campaign activity.
- Attending team meetings as required
- Supports the finance manager with the local marketing budget required to support the implementation of the marketing plan
- Delivers the agreed fundraising target
- Supports the local teams in reporting against KPIs.
- Is a confident and clear communicator and builds strong relationships with employees, families and service users at all levels
- Works collaboratively across the teams
- Acts as a role model and an advocate for the Trust
- Works in line with the Parkhaven Trust’s values,
- Seeks regular feedback and identifies and acts upon learning and development needs in order to develop technical and personal skills.
Desirable - Education/qualifications
- Marketing qualification, ie CIM Diploma or Post-Graduate Diploma or appropriate equivalent professional qualification
- Experience within a service organisation preferably health/social care related
Essential - Experience
- Some experience in a comparative role
- Some experience of fundraising activities
- Experience of coordinating marketing, activities with measurable outcome
- Strong communication skills and the ability to challenge
- Strong organizational skills
- Experience of managing own time and completing multiple tasks/assignments with potentially competing deadlines
- Understanding of analysis, and measuring ROI
- good communication and interpersonal skills
- good organisational skills
- enthusiastic and eager to learn
- motivated and a self-starter
- experience of Microsoft packages including PowerPoint
Interview date: 27th September 2019
Job Title: Data & Insight Manager
Hours: Full time/ permanent
Salary: £38k - £40k
Location: Tadworth, Surrey
We are working in partnership with a national charity that provides care, education, therapy and rehabilitation to children with brain injury. The charity is seeking to appoint a Data & Insight Manager to transform the way it uses data to drive decisions. You will be responsible for developing, managing and maintaining the CRM database, providing insightful and accurate data to underpin strategic fundraising and marketing campaigns. Educated to degree level or equivalent, the ideal candidate will demonstrate:
- Experience and technical knowledge of managing and developing CRM databases (preferably ThankQ)
- An understanding of database marketing and how to get the most from CRM systems in a charity fundraising environment
- Excellent numeracy, analysis and Excel skills, working with large data sets
- Strong communication and interpersonal skills
- The ability to establish effective relationships with internal and external stakeholders
- A highly motivated, flexible, ‘can do’ approach when working in a demanding environment.
This is an exciting opportunity for the right individual who will make a significant and lasting difference to the lives of thousands of children and families.
If you feel you have the skills and experience to be successful in this role then please submit your CV and supporting statement to Adam Stacey, Senior Consultant, quoting our reference JO1689.
Job Title: Communications Manager
Hours: Full time, flexible working week possible
Salary: £33,000-£36,000 + benefits
We are working in partnership with an international welfare charity in London who are seeking a Communications Manager. This role will help develop a creative communications strategy and lead the team in effective delivery, to support the charity’s growth and business development.
The successful candidate will need to demonstrate:
- At least 3 years’ experience of leading PR/Marketing campaigns
- Experience of brand management
- Ability to deliver innovative and strategic productions
- An advanced understanding of digital communications and excellent IT skills
The post holder will be a strategic, pro-active individual who has outstanding written and verbal communication skills, and excellent attention to detail. You will be achievement orientated and show creativity, adaptability as well as good leadership skills.
This is a fantastic opportunity for the right person. To apply please submit your CV and supporting statement quoting our reference JO1697.
For any further information, please contact Adam Stacey at Charisma Charity Recruitment.
Closing date for applications: 3 October 2019, but please apply without delay to avoid disappointment
1st Interview date: 17/18 October 2019
Who we are
Raising IT is the leading charity website and fundraising platform in the UK and Australia. Our vision is to mobilise the world’s wealth to bring joy and help the suffering. We work with over 1000 clients uplifting donations by tens of millions of pounds.
We grew quickly and we were acquired a few months ago by The Access Group - one of the top 20 largest tech companies in the UK - with a vision to become the world's leading solution for catalysing donations for charities.
We have a range of market leading products for charities, these include:
A robotic website creator that in a matter of minutes can build beautiful, emotionally engaging websites that would take agencies months to create
A powerful website and fundraising platform that manages an organisation’s events, shop, appeals and campaigns
A Google Grant Machine Learning tool that is successfully managing millions of pounds of Google Ads every month
We’re a rare breed of company that combines being part of a start-up vibe, with the learning infrastructure through our parent unicorn company, with the ability to impact amazing causes everyday like World Cancer Research, Street League, and Breast Cancer Haven.
A cornerstone of our strategy, is hiring a Marketing Manager to transform our direct marketing strategy, to becoming thought leaders in the not for profit digital arena and helping to develop a new global brand. You will be reporting directly into the founder/ Director of Raising IT.
Ultimately, your role is to be in charge of the targets for generating high volumes of qualified leads that are required for our sales plan to hit our target. You will be hands on, with support from the central Access marketing function, and have the ability over time to build a small team.
Your responsibilities will include:
Developing the direct marketing strategy to deliver the high volume of quality qualified leads to deliver our ambitious sales plan
Creating an inbound content marketing strategy that positions Raising IT as the thought leader in the sector
Reporting on metrics such as CAC and marketing funnel conversions to the central Access marketing function
Building email marketing and lead nurture flow campaigns through Marketo and Salesforce
Deploying an advertising budget and monitoring CPA and CAC
Expand marketing materials, case studies and the website to optimise conversions
What we’re looking for
A minimum of 3 – 5 years in Marketing Manager / Head Of Marketing role, ideally within SaaS or the technology sector
Proven track record in managing a marketing strategy for a fast-growing business
An entrepreneurial, hands-on mindset: we are looking for someone who will be hungry to get their hands dirty with the nitty-gritty of making our marketing plan a success
A results-focused person who is driven by targets and measures their success in terms of number of qualified leads they generate
Previous experience in content marketing, Salesforce, Marketo, marketing automation projects, email marketing, and brand development would be extremely useful in this role
A person who embodies our 3 core company values of intelligence, resourcefulness and caring
We are looking for an experienced of PR and Marketing professional to play an active part in formulating the marketing and communications strategy to support a very well-established charitys growth and business development, both nationally and internationally.
To play a key role in implementing the digital communications strategy to maximise the charitys on-line presence and to ensure the structure, design and content of the website supports the charitys marketing, communications and fundraising strategies.
Responsible for coordinating, writing and editing supporter publicity and marketing materials
Responsible for researching, writing, commissioning and editing content, and supporting the production process from concept to distribution.
Responsible for sourcing relevant material for and liaising with an external agency on the production of a supporter and corporate newsletter and e-newsletters
Liaise with the website provider and keep abreast of new developments
Under the direction of the Director of Development, work with any website provider on refreshing or renewing website.
Act as digital media liaison, responsible for the development, coordination, and updating of various online and social networking sites.
Be responsible for developing and maintaining the brand/message and upholding brand guidelines.
Relevant degree and/or professional qualification and/or relevant experience
At least 3 years experience of leading PR/Marketing campaigns
A high level of communications experience, preferably in the not for profit sector, maritime industry or church environment
Ability to write clear and jargon-free copy
Ability to deliver innovative and strategic productions
Experience of setting up and maintaining websites/blogs and social networking sites including Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, LinkedIn etc.
Fluency in IT systems Word and Outlook and Excel
Knowledge of Adobe Creative Cloud Photoshop/InDesign would be an advantage.
Our aim is to respond to all successful applications within 5 days. If you havent been contacted within 5 days your application has been unsuccessful and your details will not be held further but we positively encourage you to apply for any other positions that you may see in the future. We apologise that we cannot contact everybody in person but thank you in advance for your interest.
Third Solutions encourages applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone, but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Third Solutions acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003.
Reports to: Head of Finance
Responsible for: N/A
Start date: ASAP
Term: Full time
Based in: London
Application deadline: Sunday 13th October 2019
Development Media International (DMI) delivers media campaigns aimed at changing behaviours, promoting health and saving lives in developing countries. We are the first organisation to scientifically demonstrate that mass media can increase life-saving behaviours. DMI recently published the results of its 5-year, £7m randomised controlled trial in West Africa which showed that 56% more children were taken for treatment for malaria, 73% more for diarrhoea and 39% more for pneumonia following exposure to our campaign. Modelling indicates that over 3000 lives were saved during the campaign and that our approach is one of the most cost-effective ways of saving children’s lives.
DMI has two priorities: first, to continue to generate ground-breaking research (we have just completed a second successful randomised control trial measuring our impact on contraceptive uptake), second, to take our proven strategies to scale, saving as many lives as possible. We work across a range of health issues, including child survival, reproductive health, nutrition, hygiene, and early childhood development. DMI works in close partnership with leading experts in health, including WHO, UNICEF and LSHTM and has been funded by some of the world’s most prestigious organisations including the Wellcome Trust, DFID, Comic Relief, the Global Innovation Fund, Unorthodox Philanthropy and the Mulago Foundation.
We are an innovative and rapidly growing organisation, working at the nexus between science and creativity. DMI has demonstrated that knowledge is not only a human right, but is also the key to saving lives in a cost-effective way. Our intellectual rigour, enthusiasm and willingness to learn from both our successes and mistakes, makes us distinct. Our ethos is non-hierarchical: all our staff are intellectually high-powered and we have a “best idea wins” culture. By working at DMI you will have a genuine, measurable impact on improving lives in low-income countries.
DMI has a permanent presence in Burkina Faso, Mozambique and Tanzania and has recently expanded to Cote d’Ivoire, Ethiopia, Madagascar, Malawi, Uganda and Zambia. Its regional operations include five more countries in West Africa as well as Burundi. DMI’s headquarters overlooks the Regents Canal in Hoxton, London and provides the strategic direction for the whole organisation.
DMI is ranked as one of the most cost-effective non-profit organisations in the world by GiveWell and was the first organisation to receive the maximum rating from Impact Matters. It is also endorsed by the Centre for Effective Altruism, Giving What We Can and The Life You Can Save.
Find out more on our website.
DMI is looking for a Finance Manager to join our small, friendly and dynamic London team. The Finance Manager will implement a broader cross-department role to improve management information and add capacity to DMI UK’s finance team (we operate a shared service financial model).
Working with the Head of Finance and the Finance Officers in the UK, and liaising with relevant staff in DMI’s international offices, the successful candidate will play an important part in ensuring that DMI’s finances are managed effectively and in line with internal policies and statutory requirements.
This is an ideal position for someone with some previous experience in a finance role, or a fully qualified finance professional. Working as part of the head office staff for a company that operates internationally you will gain broad experience of how the finance function works in the international development sector.
More specifically, the Finance Manager’s role will include the following responsibilities:
- Managing, maintaining and, where necessary, developing, effective, accountable and accurate systems for recording and monitoring financial transactions for DMI income and expenditure (~£6m turnover per annum) in the UK and overseas.
- Preparing budgets (including budget variance reports), cash flow forecasts, management accounts and other reports as appropriate to aid financial management and decision making at operational/project and strategic/organisational levels within DMI.
- Providing financial support to DMI’s business development team by supporting the development of accurate budgets for inclusion in project proposals, as well as contributing advice on other financial aspects of proposals or contracts.
- Ensuring that DMI complies with all relevant financial legislation in the UK and any relevant legislation in the countries where DMI works. This includes preparing year-end financial accounts and leading on year-end audit processes across the DMI group (including audits of DMI’s oversees entities). This also includes UK and overseas payroll and VAT (or equivalent) reporting.
- Acting as the point of contact on financial matters with donor organisations or funders. This may include clarifying donor reporting and procurement requirements as well as ensuring that expenditure is incurred and reported in line with donor stipulations.
- Working effectively with, and mentoring, DMI’s Finance Assistants in the UK, and providing (predominantly remote) support and advice to overseas staff with financial responsibilities (including staff with financial and non-financial backgrounds).
- Providing support and financial advice/expertise to the Director of Operations and Finance, Head of Finance, and other staff as appropriate, including preparing and presenting reports to Board members, senior managers and other stakeholders in formal meetings.
- Other duties as required by DMI.
Required knowledge, skills and experience
- Fully qualified accountant (ACA, ACCA, CIMA, CA or equivalent) with at least 2 year’s post qualification.
- Strong intellectual ability, with the capacity to flexibly manage multiple tasks / priorities.
- Experience of accounting for a complex project, or multiple projects, including budget-setting and monitoring. If no direct project accounting experience then experience using and analysing accounting system data.
- Knowledge of UK taxation including payroll taxes, VAT and corporation tax.
- Understanding of standard business procedures around procurement and other financial controls.
- Excellent IT skills with some experience of operating computer-based financial management systems (DMI uses QuickBooks). Competent to advanced level in Microsoft Excel.
- Willingness and ability to take the initiative not only in identifying problems but also in suggesting and implementing solutions.
- An eye for detail and a concern for accuracy, together with the ability to keep sight of the broader picture.
Desirable knowledge, skills and experience
- Language ability in French or Portuguese or other major global language, both written and spoken.
- Experience of working with geographically displaced colleagues (ideally overseas).
- Experience of working in the NGO/international development sector, and ensuring compliance with International donors’ requirements.
As we are currently recruiting for several new roles, we will be holding an open evening at our headquarters on Tuesday 1st October. If you are interested in attending, please contact us via our website.
The Digital Manager is responsible for managing and enhancing the performance of War Child’s digital channels and advising on the deployment of digital marketing techniques to meet our priority objectives of raising income and advocating for change.
You will have responsibility to ensure that our channels are impactful, distinctive, emotive and drive supporters to donate or to take action. You will improve our digital performance by advising on a range of digital marketing approaches. You’ll ensure that we take an audience first, evidence-based approach to developing our digital channels and our wider digital marketing approach, and continuous learning/improvement cycle as part of an award-winning team of web and creative specialists.
This role will oversee and manage War Child UK’s owned digital channels and advise on the development of wider digital marketing approaches to support our priority objectives of raising income and advocating for change. The role is responsible for the War Child website and social media accounts, working with teams across the organisation and our content creators to ensure we populate our digital channels with content that speaks to our organisational priorities and drives our performance. The role will also advise on how best to reach our audiences digitally.
You will plan and execute our digital marketing approaches such as PPC, SEO and social marketing to meet objectives. Your responsibility is to advise, to shape and to jointly plan these activities for maximum impact and benefit. You will also have some responsibility for implementing them.
This role will also play an important role in digital tracking and measurement, conducting regular evaluations and developing organisational learning to build our shared expertise and experience in how to achieve excellence on our owned-channels, and leverage digital marketing approaches to reach wider audiences. Finally, this role is also expected to ensure that War Child stays at the forefront of digital marketing in an environment which is defined by its pace of change. Innovation and testing will be critical in ensuring that we do that.
• Manage War Child’s owned digital channels – including our website, social media and email channels - working with teams across the organisation and our content creators to ensure we populate our digital channels with content that speaks to our organisational priorities and drives our performance.
• Advise on the development of wider digital marketing approaches to support our priority objectives of raising income and advocating for change, as well as driving our digital performance to enhance our credibility and reputation.
• Support and advise teams across the organisation on how to leverage our owned-channels and when and how to deploy digital marketing techniques including digital advertising, pay-per-click, GoogleAds, influencer marketing etc
• Recruit and manage third-party agencies to oversee our Google Ad grant account, or advertising campaigns on social media channels. This may include implementing these campaigns yourself.
• Appoint, and manage relationships with, external agencies, suppliers and partners (digital marketing, technology, creative, web technical, copywriting/editing etc.) Develop functionality and performance of our website, working with others to develop SEO and strategies that improve search rankings and relevance
• Use digital tools to determine and improve conversion rates (CRO) across the website, and iterate and optimise our website performance through AB webpage testing, site navigation, struggle scores, etc.
• Ensure there is a clear system for addressing technical performance issues on the website – managing a timely reporting and escalation process to help us to respond quicker to malfunctions on the site and alert external suppliers
• Ensure we have a robust set of KPI’s and the means to capture data, track, monitor and report on performance using digital analytics software and platforms as appropriate, conducting regular reviews of digital communications performance. Advise colleagues and enable them to develop content strategies based on previous performance reports and audience insight.
• Line manage Digital Officer to populate our website and social media channels with a regular stream of relevant content that drives our owned-channel performance
• Contribute towards the Supporter Engagement team strategy, policies and processes
• Maintain a strong knowledge of developments, innovations, and new tech in web development, digital performance, digital marketing and social media and identify any that may be of benefit/interest to War Child.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Chance to Shine is a national children’s charity. We give young people the opportunity to play, learn and develop through cricket. We keep them physically active, teach them vital skills like teamwork, communication and leadership. And above all, they have fun!
Chance to Shine coaches inspire children and teachers in state schools and disadvantaged communities. We work with half a million children each year - nearly half of them are girls.
Street cricket sessions are fast, fun and loud. They take place in the heart of communities all across the country, anywhere from a housing estate to a sports hall - and all year round.
We’re really passionate about what we do but we’re ambitious and we want to do more.
The Fundraising Team is tasked with securing new partners and donors and the stewardship of existing supporters across a range of funding streams: corporate, events, trusts and foundations, individuals, and statutory funding to support the delivery of Chance to Shine programmes.
This is an exciting time to be joining the fundraising team with 2019 being a record fundraising year. In recent months we have worked with Charities Aid Foundation to develop a 5-year fundraising strategy and identify key areas for strategic investment. One of the key growth areas is within corporate partnerships where we see great potential to build on a strong foundation of support.We currently have high value, multi-year partnerships with NatWest and Yorkshire Tea and are seeking a candidate who will support ambitions to develop further strategic partnerships through both sponsorships and CSR donations.
You will be based at the Oval with a view of the pitch from the office!
Purpose of the role
The role of the Corporate Partnerships Manager is to maximise income for Chance to Shine from corporate partnerships both through corporate sponsorships and CSR relationships. The role will primarily:
- Manage high value corporate partnerships across sponsorship and CSR, developing and delivering long-term strategy to embed Chance to Shine within corporate partner marketing, sponsorship and CSR plans.
- Develop and deliver a new business strategy to secure new high value, multi-year strategic partnerships.
- To lead on governance relating to corporate partnerships including developing and managing budgets and commercial contracts.
Applications close: 5pm Monday 30th September 2019
Interviews: 1st Interview date Tuesday 8th October
To apply: Please send your CV and covering letter. Unfortunately we can only respond to those who are invited to interviews. Thank you for your interest.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
To be responsible for leading delivery and supporting development of the Individual Giving Strategy, and to be accountable for management of the Individual Giving Team. The Senior Individual Giving Manager will drive significant income growth from new and existing individual donors and support the Head of Individual Giving and Legacy Fundraising to develop a new department including a new strategy, plans, budgets, KPIs and an integrated multi-channel programme of fundraising campaigns and activities.
The Senior Individual Giving Manager will lead the Individual Giving Manager and Individual Giving Officer to develop and deliver a new individual giving fundraising programme that is driven by data and insight, uses best-in-business suppliers and is integrated with activity across the Engagement Division to deliver a step change in income. They will have seniorlevel support and resource to invest in multi-channel campaigns and research, develop, test and launch new, sustainable individual giving fundraising products.
The Senior Individual Giving Manager will play a lead role in embedding a fundraising culture across the wider Engagement division, and work closely with colleagues across the whole charity to collect, understand, manage and successfully use insight to maximise income from individuals.
An exciting opportunity to use your experience to support the move to and the day-to-day management of a Microsoft Dynamics CRM.
Job ref: DBA
Salary: c. £37,000 plus benefits
Based: London, SE1
Hours: Full Time, 35 hours per week
The countryside is one of the nation’s most valued assets – it’s where many people feel most alive and plays a vital role in improving our mental and physical health, not to mention the climate emergency. CPRE, the countryside charity wants to connect more people with the countryside, to ensure that everyone can benefit. This role is an opportunity to play an important part in achieving that.
This is a new role and an opportunity to join a small organisation with great potential at a very exciting time. The successful candidate will have previous experience of understanding of how to manage and administer data using Dynamics CRM for third sector organisations, understand how the business processes operate and being able to proactively support and develop their processes as a key part of this role.
As the Microsoft Dynamics CRM and database administrator, you will be responsible for supporting the implementation and migration to Microsoft Dynamics CRM. This key position will both oversee the transfer of data, but also the ongoing management, training and cleansing of the database. Other duties will include enforcing GDPR compliance, managing integration of lead databases, preparation, development and analysis of digital campaigns to support income generation and campaign aims.
You will develop and implement Dynamics 365 business systems applying upgrades, patching and fixing. Interfacing with the operational teams and providing first line support to the business, advising on best practice and facilitating operational improvements. Candidates need to be confident and responsible for providing adequate and timely data selections, uploads, extractions, reports, champion effective use of data accuracy and lead in making others more data literate and able to access key data and knowledge.
In addition to the basic administration of the system, the internal operational teams will require ongoing changes to the system and as a Dynamics CRM Administrator, you will analyse business requirements and work with the business to design an architecture that will support a high-profile business solution.
Closing date: Midday day 30 September 2019
Interviews: 15th or 16th October
To Apply and for More Information:
If you would like to apply and find out more about this position, please click the apply button to be directed to the CPRE website where you can download the candidate pack and application form.
The Campaign to Protect Rural England is an equal opportunities employer.
No agencies please.