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This is an exciting time to join the English National Ballet (ENB) Development team as Grants Manager.
ENB has always been a pioneering ballet company and our mission is to take world-class ballet to as many people as possible, wherever they are and whatever their means. We tour annually to over nine UK towns and cities, and prestigious venues worldwide like the Bolshoi and Paris Opera. Our significant and influential contribution to Britain’s cultural sector is demonstrated by strong and diverse audiences, regular recognition by key industry awards, and the elite talent that we attract.
In 2015 we embarked upon an ambitious capital project to relocate from our landlocked and listed rehearsal premises in Kensington to a new purpose-built home on London City Island (LCI). The new building is a 93,000 square foot industry-leading centre for dance where ballet is created, taught, rehearsed, developed and shared with our audiences, nationally and internationally – from a Dance for Parkinson’s participant in Tower Hamlets, to an audience member in Manchester enjoying the premiere of an award-award winning new production.
We successfully achieved the £36m target and moved into our new home in July 2019.
Our capital fundraising campaign attracted support and championship from significant funders and individual donors, and we have continued to build on those relationships to support our ongoing artistic, digital, engagement and participation activities.
As we look to the future, the opportunities to increase revenue from fundraising are many and varied, and we are looking for someone with rigor, passion and fantastic written and verbal communication skills to drive our fundraising from charitable and statutory grant-makers. We have ambitious and achievable targets, along with multiple compelling fundraising narratives around high-quality and impactful artistic and social outputs such as access to the arts, health and wellbeing, community engagement and societal cohesion.
The Grants Manager is a key member of our Development team. Reporting to the Head of Philanthropy and working closely with people from across the company, you will grow income from charitable trusts and foundations, define new propositions and strategies, and support the Executive team in producing reports and applications for our statutory funding partners.
We have supportive Trustees, leadership that understands how vital fundraising is to our sustainability and growth, a dedicated Development Board and committed staff, dancers and creatives who are enthusiastic about engaging our supporters and sharing their knowledge and experience.
If you understand and can persuasively champion the arts’ value and impact, have experience of meeting fundraising targets and excellent relationship management, and want to work for an inspiring, hard-working and fun company at the top of its game, we look forward to hearing from you.
An award winning national Housing Associated based in London.
As Capital Finance Manager, you will be responsible for fixed asset, lease assets and development accounting across the organisation, ensuring regulatory compliance, providing technical advisory support and contributing toward business critical reports and insights. You will oversee the comprehensive and accurate reporting of all property assets and leases, partner the development teams to develop budgets and forecasts on a variety of projects, and drive improvements and controls in all aspects of asset accounting and reporting. This role is technical in nature and will also require effective business partnering across a number of different stakeholder groups.
The Successful Candidate
- Qualified, finalist or QBE accountant with sound academic track record.
- Proven experience in property investment environment and appreciation of capital funding and development cycles.
- Technically strong including prior use of Asset 4000, understanding of component accounting and FRS102 reporting standards.
- Highly organised, strong with Excel with the ability to work effectively with large volumes of data.
- Excellent with people, particularly in explaining financial information to non-financial stakeholders.
What's on offer?
Basic Salary from c.£50,000 to £55,000 plus access to the lucrative social housing pension scheme. Based in central London with hybrid and flexible work arrangements. Our client also offers a health cash plan, access to a variety of perks and discounts, plus a proven commitment to supporting your career development.
About The Connection at St Martin’s
We believe that no one should have to sleep rough on London’s streets, and that everyone should get the support they need to find a place to call home. We get to know every person we work with, understanding what they need to recover, helping them build on their strengths, and supporting them to find their own way home. Help us make London a city where no one sleeps rough on our streets.
London’s diversity is its biggest asset and we strive to ensure our workforce reflects London’s diversity at all levels. We welcome applications from everyone regardless of age, gender, gender identity, gender expression, ethnicity, sexual orientation, faith or disability.
We particularly encourage applications from candidates with lived experience of homelessness who we believe are an essential asset in our sector.
We are committed to being an inclusive employer and welcome the opportunity to consider flexible working arrangements.
About the Role
- Do you have a passion for creating a great working environment with continuous improvement initiatives?
- You will be able to combine technical skills (Project Management, IT, H&S, contractor management) with interpersonal skills to build relationships
- You will deliver facilities and IT which support excellent service delivery for staff and clients
- You will have knowledge & understanding of Health & Safety regulations
- You will have an understanding of effective contract management, as well as experience of managing a range of contracts
Salary: £37,274- £43,349
Closing Date: Sunday 10th July 2022
Interview Date: Friday 15th July 2022
- 30 days holiday plus bank holidays
- Generous training budget, plus an annual personal training budget
- Enhanced Sick Pay Policy
- Enhanced family friendly policies
- Day off for moving house
- Hybrid working (depending on role requirements)
- Pension – 5% Employer, 3% Employee
- Cycle to Work Scheme
- Season Ticket Loan
We are a London Living Wage employer
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Working in the charity and not for profit sector this is a unique opportunity to work with a high profile organisation embarking on a major capital programme.
Working with both internal and external partners, the post has responsibility for managing all financial aspects relating to the programme of major capital projects to ensure that senior stakeholders are provided with accurate and timely information they require to deliver the projects on time and on budget.
- Lead on monitoring expenditure and income including investigating any variances.
- Lead on project accounting processes including accurately capturing data relating to time, costs, and forecasting.
- Maintenance of the project coding structure within the finance system to ensure that it is clear and fit for purpose.
- Develop financial plans for the Capital Projects across the multi-million-pound construction programme monitoring financial performance against these plans.
- Maintain monthly financial forecasts and accruals and support reviews of projects.
- Maintain monthly cash flow projections Ensure the timely production of financial reports for stakeholders and budget holders to aid effective decision making.
- Process all income and costs, ensuring correct coding, authorisation, and transaction management
- Take responsibility for preparation of all financial and non-financial information required for project sponsors, project managers, Project Board, Trustees, and external funders as required
You will ideally be a qualified accountant and have had exposure to capital accounting. Strong excel skills are required.
Financial Planning Manager. London | Hybrid Working. Up to £73,000 + Benefits
For a large UK wide building and construction company, we are recruiting a Financial Planning Manager to lead on the provision of investment appraisal modelling and advice, and the formulation of innovative and robust financial initiatives alongside detailed financial models. Reporting the Head of FP&A, the Financial Planning Manager will be responsible for the building and development of complex financial and business models for the whole Group and its subsidiaries as well as leading and developing an FP&A team of 4 Analysts.
What you'll be doing:
- Support the Group in assessing the long-term financial impacts of key operations and business objectives
- Re-build the short, medium, and long-term financial models currently held in Excel
- Produce long-term financial plans and detailed statistical analysis on new business activities
- Support the appraisal of new financial planning, capital development, asset management and project activity across the group
- Lead the design, development and implementation of financial and analytical models and systems.
- Implement solutions to manage complex data to drive improvements in reporting
- Lead and manage the 4 FP&A Analysts
- Work collaboratively across the senior leadership team to tailor models and reporting for their requirements
What you'll offer us:
- Qualified Accountant with proven track-record in financial modelling and analysis
- Experience of innovative and new and improved ways of working
- Expert-level Excel, VBA, Power Query and Power Pivot
- Strong leadership experience across FP&A for large, multi-group companies
- Strong staff management and leadership experience
- Ideally Power BI experience
- Strong financial modelling of integrated statements, forecast cashflows, equity investments and financing
- Presentation and communication of financial models
What we'll offer you:
- Excellent rewards package including competitive salary
- Generous annual leave entitlement as well as paid an unpaid leave
- Generous maternity and paternity allowances and paid leave for carers and new grandparents
- Market-leading employers pension contribution rates
- Family-friendly and flexible working pattern
- Excellent career pathways and promotion opportunities across the group
As an employer, we are committed to ensuring the representation of people from all backgrounds regardless of their gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, race, religion, ethnicity, age, neurodiversity, disability status, or any other aspect which makes them unique. We welcome applicants from all backgrounds to apply and would encourage you to let us know if there are steps, we can take to ensure that your recruitment process enables you to present yourself in a way that makes you comfortable.
Our Financial Planning & Analysis team are looking to recruit a Head of Finance working with the Operations and Commercial departments of the Trust, this is a key senior role in a fast pace environment. You will have strong commercial and communication skills to lead a national team of 4 finance managers ,you will be working with Operational teams assisting Directors with financial and commercial decision making. This is an exciting and rewarding role for the right candidate working for a highly regarded national charity.
The Financial Planning & Analysis function is responsible for strategic, commercial financial advice and financial performance management for the Trust including performance reporting, financial bid support, business cases, budgeting and forecasting activities. The team provide essential analysis and insights for budget holders and senior leaders to drive effective, sustainable, and commercial planning.
This role has responsibility for the Commercial advice to Management Teams, Business Planning & Budgeting, monitoring of monthly expenditure, challenging senior teams driving value for money within our operations and commercial departments. Review of expenditure accruals / deferrals. Training budget holders to improve financial management & accuracy of monthly management accounts.
You will initially be working on a hybrid basis and then based at one of our key centres with the opportunity to work flexibly. There will also be opportunities for you to work with Young People and witness the fantastic work of the Trust.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Financial Accounting Manager, West London – Sport, up to £50,000
A leading National Governing Body are looking for an accounting professional to take control of their Financial Accounting team, line managing 2 juniors and reporting directly to the FD. Suitable candidates should be strong technical accountants, with a good eye for detail and solid leadership skills. This could be a candidate making a move from practice, or an industry professional from any sector. This is well suited to sporty types, keen to give back to the community and looking for an inclusive and collaborative environment.
- Month end management with an objective of delivering a tighter month-end close
- Monthly Treasury management including payment cycles, cashflow monitoring, forecast and analysis, petty cash and foreign exchange transactions
- Responsible for the preparation of monthly bank reconciliation and balance sheet reconciliations
- Processing, analysis and reporting of the monthly payroll and capital expenditure
- Managing a small transactionally focused team
- Identification and reconciliation of accruals and prepayments
- Ensuring all changes to statutory requirements are researched, understood, and planned ahead of implementation dates
- Ensuring strong financial controls throughout the organisation
- Preparation of quarterly VAT returns
- Preparation for and day to day management of internal and external audits
- Responsible for the provision of on-site cash management at independently run events
- To understand, map and improve existing Finance systems and processes
- To run or assist in financial training across the business
- Support the production of monthly management accounts
- Support the analysis and reporting of funding
- To provide hands-on transactional support at peak times
Key Skills & Qualifications:
- ACCA/ACA/CIMA Qualified Accountant – can be from practice or industry
- Evidence of successfully leading and motivating a transactional team
- Experience of delivering projects successfully to a multi-stakeholder environment
- Strong Excel and IT knowledge and experience of accounting systems (Sage)
- Knowledge of partial VAT exemption would be advantageous
- The ability to deliver successfully and calmly in high pressure situations
- A team player with the ability to work from own initiative
- Excellent personal organisation skills - ability to prioritise own workload and balance conflicting demands
- Effective and accurate communication skills, both written and verbal
- A confident, personable character able to help non-financial staff navigate financial concepts
THE SPITALFIELDS CRYPT TRUST
Post TitleCommunity Shop Manager
Responsible to Director of Retail
Purpose of Post The Community Connection Shop Manager provides operational management and inspirational leadership of the paid and volunteer team to maximise the shop’s financial contribution whilst delivering a dynamic programme of engagement with the local community in SCT’s mission, values and core holistic offer of enterprise / housing support / therapeutic support / training and development.
Salary £24,615 - £25,411
Hours 35 hours per week
Location SCT Charity Shops (London)
Line management Shop Assistant Manager and Shop Supervisor
Spitalfields Crypt Trust (SCT) is an East London charity embedded in the local community, providing practical help, support and training to people affected by homelessness or suffering from addiction. We are passionate about the people and communities we support and embrace creative, innovative and inclusive ways of working that build on our collective strengths. We provide a Recovery Hub (including an abstinence-based residential recovery facility, an addictions counselling programme and a Training & Development Programme), supported houses, a Housing First service, community supports, charity shops and two social enterprises supporting people in recovery from addictions to rebuild their lives. Our integrative approach is based on the concept of ‘Recovery Capital’, a whole-person approach taking into account physical, cultural, social, human and spiritual factors and assets.
Our ‘Recovery Without Walls’ strategy seeks to make SCT’s core offer combining enterprise, housing support, therapeutic support, training and development more available to all the neighbourhoods where we have a presence. SCT’s shops are great opportunities for local people to connect with SCT in many different ways, build relationships, participate and celebrate their gifts. This is an approach we are really keen to develop.
We seek to recruit people with a good combination of talent, skills and potential, promoting equality for all, and welcome applications from a wide range of candidates. We select candidates for interview based on their skills, qualifications, experience and commitment to the values and purposes of SCT. (SCT - Equal Opportunities Policy 2.2 (i) and (v)).
Role and Responsibilities:
The ultimate aim of the Manager’s job is to manage staff, volunteers and available resources to the optimum benefit of the Spitalfields Crypt Trust, in terms of both income and the mission of the Charity in supporting people in recovery from addiction, achieved through the Manager’s –
- Ongoing development of SCT’s community shop as a place of welcome, community connection and engagement with SCT’s holistic offer characterised by an approach that is place-based, co-productive, creative and fun
- Developing a programme of onsite small-scale community activities drawing on the expertise of SCT’s community tutors, local community and SCT’s wider recovery community in their design and delivery
- Ensuring the safe and profitable running of the shop leading a team of staff and volunteers to motivate them to deliver exceptional customer service to customers and donors; recruiting, training and managing the team according to SCT’s values, policies and procedures
- Maximising sales, engagement and impact to achieve set targets
- Establishing and maintaining effective retail processes and merchandising standards to industry standards of best practice
- Maintaining effective stock management
- Carrying out shop administration
- Interpreting and acting on basic financial reports and KPI’s
- Taking necessary action to repair and maintain the premises and to take all reasonable steps to protect SCT property from theft, damage or fire.
- Training and supporting staff and volunteers towards ensuring adherence to all health and safety policy and procedures.
- Ability to work flexibly, including working weekends and on occasion work in other locations when necessary
- Managing the shop rota ensuring shop opening within advertised hours with sufficient cover to operate safely
- Developing and maintaining a thorough understanding of the work of SCT
- Undertaking relevant tasks as requested by the Director of Retail
- Representing the organisation at external meetings and events
- Abiding by the policies and procedures of the SCT
- Attending training courses as required.
SCT Enterprise Team
SCT Community tutors
Skills and Knowledge
- Retail background
- People management skills
- Good verbal and written communication skills
- Ability to work well as part of a team
- Good IT skills (including MS Office and email)
- Able to use own initiative
- Strong interpersonal skills able to engage with
- Understanding the range of issues that can make an individual vulnerable to addiction and/or homelessness
- Empathetic with those experiencing addiction and/or homelessness
- Communicate well one-to-one and in groups and teams with vulnerable individuals and those in leadership roles, both in informal and formal settings
- Good listening and facilitation skills
- Visual merchandising/ window dressing
- Shop administration; finance, Gift Aid
- Approaches and provision in the support of those with addictions and/or who are homelessness
- Commercial retail management experience
- Experience of recruiting and managing volunteers
- Demonstrable and proven communication skills
- Demonstrable experience of consistently meeting or exceeding targets
- Experience of leading successful teams
- Experience of working with donated goods
- Charity shop background
- Delivers great outcomes through our vision and strategy, effectively planning and meeting targets.
- Makes effective, data-driven decisions
Role Model / Leading by Example
- Is an inspiring role model for others, building trust and living our Vision / Mission and principles and delivering our services accordingly
- Consistently seeks to improve how we do things to achieve and Embraces change and innovation
- Communicates clearly, effectively and honestly. Listens to others and adapts communication to suit them
- Works with others as one team, actively collaborating to achieve a shared vision. Building relationships across SCT, sharing information and expertise
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We are looking for a Hard Service Manager to ensure we provide a safe, high quality and compliant environment, which achieves energy consumption and environmental targets. The postholder also manages our in-house maintenance team across the three Centres.
Battersea is here for every dog and cat and has been since 1860. We are a leading animal welfare charity and over the last 160 years we’ve grown from one home in London to three rescuing and rehoming centers across the Southeast. With c500 staff and 1000 volunteers, we have cared for over three million vulnerable animals We also campaign tirelessly to make things better for dogs and cats: sharing our expertise and educating the public and policymakers about responsible pet ownership. Join us and make a difference for every dog and cat.
Our Estates and Facilities Team
The Estates and Facilities Management team provide a cost effective and coordinated Estates & Facilities management service to give expert support to Battersea’s core activities.
What we can offer you
Our dedicated people mean that we can be here for every dog and cat. Whether you are sharing an office with our dogs or directly caring for our cats, our animals show their appreciation every day. There is no better reward than seeing the difference you make to the lives of our dogs and cats first-hand; although we also provide a wide range of employee benefits, including:
• 28 days of annual leave (plus 8 days paid public holidays) per year
• Generous pension contributions – up to 10% employer contribution
• Free healthcare cash plan, where you can claim for a range of treatment including dental (£100), optical (£100), physiotherapy, chiropody and acupuncture (£325) every year
• Annual interest-free season ticket loans
• Discounted gym memberships and cycle to work schemes
• Life insurance
During the Coronavirus restrictions, our animal-facing staff continued to work on site and our office-based staff worked from home. We are currently operating a hybrid working model with our office-based staff splitting their time between site based and home working. We believe this will support office-based staff to maintain the benefits of home working, while allowing for collaboration and interaction with our animal-facing staff and maintaining a connection to our cause. As such, you’ll be expected to work in our Battersea office for at least 50% of your working week.
So, if you are passionate about dogs, cats and about our work, then we’d like to hear from you.
We are committed to providing equality of opportunity and valuing diversity for all current and prospective staff, volunteers and Trustees. We aim to ensure that this commitment, reinforced by our values, is embedded in our day-to-day working practices and our work together. We would particularly welcome applications from black and minority ethnic and disabled candidates, who are currently under-represented at Battersea.
Closing date: 17th July 2022
Interview date(s): 29th July 2022
For full details, please download our recruitment pack. To apply, click the button below. All applications must be submitted before the closing date advertised; we reserve the right to close the vacancy early if a high volume of applications is received.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
BAFTA is looking for a talented Fundraising Manager to join its busy fundraising and partnerships team.
Please note – interviews will take place the week commencing 20 June in London
BAFTA is a world-leading independent arts charity and the only organisation supporting film, games and television at a global level.
This is a very exciting time to join BAFTA. 2022 is the charity’s 75th year and we have just completed a very successful capital campaign to finance the redevelopment of our home at 195 Piccadilly. BAFTA is also expanding globally with the recent formation of BAFTA North America, bringing together the existing BAFTA offices in Los Angeles and New York.
Our capital campaign has had the generous support of individual donors, trusts and foundations and corporate supporters – both from the screen industries and wider organisations. The redeveloped 195 Piccadilly has given BAFTA the increased space and technology to significantly expand its year-round learning and talent development programme, and we now need to raise the annual funding to deliver this expanded work. All our programmes and initiatives tackle the barriers that can make it hard for talented individuals to build careers in the screen industries and we work with children as young as seven right up to established talent – see here for how we support talent and here to learn about the impact of our work.
We raise revenue to fund BAFTA’s work from a combination of individual giving, events, trusts and foundations and corporate supporters. The fundraising manager is a permanent position and plays a vital role within a proactive and motivated fundraising and partnerships team with ambitious fundraising targets.
The overall remit of this role is threefold: to lead on the strategy, development and delivery of an expanded patron events programme for existing and new supporters that enables donors to engage more fully with BAFTA’s work; to recruit and retain new donors to meet agreed income targets; and to work closely with the wider team to find and develop a pipeline of new prospective supporters.
It is an exciting opportunity for a strategic, creative thinker who is passionate about building and sustaining authentic and rewarding donor relationships, with ample scope to come up with new ideas of how to engage supporters with BAFTA’s work and to demonstrate its impact to potential funders.
Ideally you will have:
- Demonstrable experience of running a Patrons programme or similar supporter group with lead responsibility for pitching and securing support from individual donors to agreed targets
- Experience of devising, organising and delivering intimate and larger-scale cultivation and fundraising events
- Demonstrable experience of securing donations from individuals, preferably in the arts
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Excellent interpersonal skills and confidence in communicating with all levels of internal and external stakeholders
- Strong attention to detail with the ability to handle multiple projects in a fast-paced environment
- A thorough understanding of budgets, cashflow and gift aid
- Experience of working with CRM databases, with Salesforce experience an advantage
- IT skills, with full knowledge of Microsoft Office
- An enthusiasm for film, games and television
- Experience of working with corporate supporters and managing corporate relationships
- Strengths in compiling and analysing data to develop new audiences and inform strategy
Ideally you will be:
- Proactive, energetic and self-motivated
- An enthusiastic, collaborative team member
- A confident, clear communicator with a passion for building relationships
- A strategic thinker with strong research and analytical skills
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BAFTA is a leading global charitable institution focused on championing creativity, opportunity and social change for all through the transformative power of film, games and television.
We inspire new and unheard voices to become the future of the Film, Games and Television industries, we support talented people from all backgrounds to help them achieve their potential, we advocate progressive industry and cultural change, and we amplify and celebrate excellence across the screen industries
BAFTA’s aims: to champion the art and the craft, champion talent and champion the industry environment by:
- identifying and celebrating industry practice deemed exceptional by peer review, thereby elevating the art and craft of film, games and TV;
- providing talent with recognition, inspiration, access and long term support, in particular those under-represented and underprivileged in society;
- enabling a positive and inclusive environment, for an accessible, sustainable and connected industry.
Our Finance Department is looking for a Mangament Accountant to join our growing team and Church. The Ideal canidate will be responsible for supporting the CFO and Finance Manager in the management of the financial and accounting aspects of Hillsong UK, with a focus on Financial Performance and Analysis, including budgeting and forecasting, detailed analysis and reporting.
Areas of responsibility include:
Budgeting and Forecasting
- Developing and maintaining robust financial models to inform good management decision making processes and allow financially responsible planning
- Lead the annual budgeting process in conjunction with Finance team, taking guidance from senior management and liaising with all areas of organisation
- Provide regular forecast and planning data and information, in line with changing and developing needs of organisation
Financial Performance and Analysis
- Identification, analysis and research of variances to forecasts, budget and prior years, proactively identifying opportunities for improvement in operational processes
- Monitor performance indicators, highlighting trends and analysing causes of unexpected variances to budget / forecast
- Detailed understanding of all income streams, including production of in-depth analysis and management information to best equip management decision making. This includes accurate forecasting.
- Working with wider Finance team to ensure income systems and processes are continually improved and delivered to high standard
- Continually analyse and report on quality of data in ERP / ledger, working with Finance Manager to maintain high quality systems and accounting processes
- Management of costs and forecasts for large capital projects, including liaising with project management teams / leaders
- Manage treasury functions with Finance Manager, taking responsibility for cash forecasts
- Production of various reports to understand, analyse and provide recommendations on areas of operational and financial management.
Management Accounting and Information
- Working with the Finance Manager, collate regular management information for reporting to senior executive and other department managers
- Monthly reports on income, variance analysis etc, prepared for executive and board levels.
- Detailed analysis summarised and presented as logical and structured management information
- Other management reporting as and when required
- Work with Finance Manager and Operations Manager to equip all areas of organisation, ensuring Department Heads have sufficient information and analysis to drive decision making.
- Provide variance analysis and financial performance feedback to all areas of organisation
- Provide support to other Departments with financial management as needed.
Management of Finance Team
- Supporting Finance Manager to train and develop finance team
- Responsible for being income processes including ability to provide support to Giving Manager
SKILL & EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS
- Proven experience in an accounting role within a professional environment
- Qualified (ACA, ACCA, or equivalent)
- Experience in analysis and preparing financial information for reports and presentation, including ability to summarise complex data
- Ability and passion for structure, simplicity and efficiency required for logical, well-structured models and reporting.
- Advanced Microsoft Excel skills
- High attention to detail and ability to meet assigned deadlines with accurateness
- Comfortable working with various deadlines and multiple projects at the same time, delivering consistently in a dynamic, challenging environment
- Strong organisational skills and attention to detail including ability to self-review and maintain accuracy
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, including ability to communicate financial information to non-financial peers
- Able to take initiative and self-manage your own workload
Why work for Hillsong Church?
We work in a dynamic, growing, Christ-centred environment that is influencing the world.
We’re always looking for people to join our team! We have a range of exciting employment opportunities spanning various occupations, capabilities, and skill levels. Turn your passion for God into a career that builds the local and global church.
Employees at Hillsong are offered some great benefits including:
- 28 Days Annual Leave including bank holidays PLUS additional leave for office closure on the days between Christmas and New Year
- Enhanced Company Maternity leave
- Employer Pension Contribution
- Flexible working including hybrid working from home where possible
- Annual staff retreat at offsite location
- In-house learning and development with access to resources via online platform for enhancing personal and professional skills
- Opportunity to apply for financial and leave support for external study programs and qualifications
- Access to Employee Assistance Programs, including health, wellbeing, and other support available. Specialist wellbeing resources and support available.
- Health Intervention program offering opportunity to be referred to professional health services.
- Interest free Season Ticket and Bike2Work loans
In accordance with the Equality Act there is a requirement to have an active faith in Jesus demonstrated by an involvement in a local church.
If this sounds like you, we would love for you to apply today!
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Does the idea of creating investments which protect and restore nature excite you? Finance Earth is looking for an Associate Director to join their leading environmental investment and fund management team to develop innovative financing solutions to society's and the environment's most critical issues. Their team works with leading environmental organisations, the private sector, and governments in the UK and internationally to create investment structures that deliver benefits for nature, communities and investors.
As Associate Director, your main responsibilities will include:
- Actively managing client relationships, taking responsibility for the day to day project management and delivery of Advisory assignments which will include managing all phases of advisory projects: origination, proposal development, stakeholder engagement, analysing investment potential of green infrastructure solutions, presentations and report writing
- Managing junior colleagues, and support staff on strategic advisory projects, focusing on coaching their on-the-job development
- Assisting business development efforts including pitching for new work and building relationships with a range of public, social, corporate entities and financial institutions
- Overseeing product development and refinement, for example: habitat banking models, environmental impact bonds, social and environmental impact investment funds etc.
The successful applicant will:
- Have at least 7 years' professional experience in Consulting (Strategy, Management or Financial) or Financial Services (Corporate Finance, M&A, Private Equity or Debt, Transaction Services)
- Have experience in Natural Capital, Conservation Finance, Environmental and/or Social Impact Investment
- Have a proven track record of project execution across all phases of the transaction cycle from origination to completion
- Have business development experience and interest in contributing to ideas on how to win and retain business
This is a fantastic opportunity for an entrepreneurial candidate to join a growing organisation, and support the growth of the Advisory team.
In our company values we aim for equity at all stages of the recruitment process, please let us know if we can do anything to make the process more accessible to you.
We are a world-class visitor attraction and leading science research centre. We use the Museum's unique collections and our unrivalled expertise to tackle the biggest challenges facing the world today. We care for more than 80 million objects spanning billions of years and welcome more than five million visitors annually and 16 million visits to our website.??
Today the Museum is more relevant and influential than ever. By attracting people from a range of backgrounds to work for us, we can continue to look at the world with fresh eyes and find new ways of doing things.
We employ 900 staff in a variety of roles, all united by our vision of a future where people and planet thrive. We need everyone to have the passion and drive to help us with our mission to create advocates for our planet and inspire millions to care about the natural world.
Diversity and inclusion matter to us.
Our vision is of a future where both people and the planet thrive. Diversity is one of our core values and we strive to build a workplace where everyone feels a sense of belonging. All new staff who join us learn about the importance of diversity and inclusion to the Museum and how to contribute to creating an inclusive environment.
We know we have more to do, but we are committed to ensuring that everyone who works at the Museum feels they can thrive and feel valued and respected.
About the role
The Museum is primarily funded by Government grant-in-aid and undertakes other income generating activities, such as ticketed exhibitions, retail and catering, science research and consultancy, to deliver its charitable objectives.
The Museum is embarking on a major capital investment and fund-raising programme to deliver its mission and transform its offer.
To provide support to the Senior Management Account and the Programme Management Office (PMO) by leading on programme and project budgets and forecasts, producing accurate and timely financial reports for both income and expenditure and proactively assisting in all aspects of the programmes' financial management. Managing one Assistant Management Accountant.
Thriving at the Museum: the way we work
We are proud to work at the Museum and have identified the qualities we all need to embody to reach our shared ambition. This sits alongside the Museum's values and forms the framework for the way we work.
Find out more
What we offer
- 5 days holiday plus 8 bank holidays (full time equivalent)
- Generous defined contribution Natural History Museum Pension Scheme (employer contribution 4 - 10%)
- Season ticket, bicycle and rental loan
- Life insurance
- Free admission to our exhibitions and many other paid exhibitions at museums, galleries and institutions across London and the UK.
- Staff discount at our Museum shops and cafes
- We offer a wide variety of training initiatives and opportunities to build skills. Investing in staff development is important to us, and we are ambitious about helping staff to grow and fulfil their potential.
- Affordable membership to the Civil Service Sports Council which offers a range of benefits including an extensive list of special offers and reduced entry fees at a selection of cinema chains, theme parks, theatres, retailers and supermarkets. It also provides entry to up to 300 and other national treasures. For more details, visit
- Membership to our Sports and Social Association (for a small fee), which includes access to our in-house gym and clubs such as football, softball, table tennis and tennis and classes in Middle Eastern dance, yoga and Tai Chi
How to apply
If that sounds like you, please apply online on the Natural History Museum's careers portal,
Closing date: 9 am, Monday, 11th July 2022
Interviews expected: w/c 18th July 2022
Salary: £40,000 per annum
The Clothworkers’ Foundation makes grants to not-for-profit organisations working to support marginalised and disadvantaged communities and people across the UK. We work to provide support and funding to the charities and social businesses who are making a difference for those who need it. We strive to do this in a trust-based and enabling way, and we seek to learn about how best to deliver on our mission of contributing to a more equal society.
We are looking for a Grants Officer (Maternity Cover) to join our friendly and supportive team of seven. You will share the management and delivery of our Small Grants Programme, as well as contributing to the delivery and origination of other programmes, as required. The Small Grants Programmes is an ‘open’ programme making capital grants to organisations across our funding priorities.
Your main responsibilities will be assessment of grant applications, the administration of grant decisions, and post-award grant monitoring. Alongside this work you will contribute to team reflection and learning so that we can understand our impact, and areas for further development. You will also engage with grantees and peer organisations at events to support our profile and learning.
The successful candidate will have at last a year’s experience working as a Grants Officer or in a very similar role – this will have developed your understanding of end-to-end grantmaking processes, as well as your attention to detail. You will be skilled at managing your own workload, including to deadline. Crucially, you will be committed to supporting charities through great grant-making, and to our organisational values: equitable, adaptive, enabling, and collaborative.
The Clothworkers Foundation sits alongside, and is supported by The Clothworkers Company, with its long history of engaging with, and supporting, civil society. We are based at The Clothworkers Hall in the City of London, and offer employees a range of benefits, including a generous holiday allowance. We also provide a flexible working environment which blends home and office-based working. This role would be expected to be in the office a minimum of two days a week. Part-time working will also be considered.
You will be taken to the Applied platform to apply for this role. This also has details of the Job Description and Person Specification.
The closing date for this vacancy is July 8th at 12 noon with interviews to be held the week commencing the 18th July. These will be held at The Clothworkers Hall.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Head of Operations & Building Projects – 24 Months Fixed Term Contract
Whitechapel Gallery is looking for a Head of Operations & Building Projects to play an essential role in the day to day running of the building and its facilities and manage the delivery of building projects, as well as supporting the delivery of our artistic programme.
The gallery contains eight unique exhibition spaces and an auditorium, historic archives, education resources, event spaces, a restaurant and bookshop, and is open 7 days a week all year round.
The Head of Operations & Building Projects is responsible for managing the Operations team and liaising with the external suppliers to deliver building projects.
This is an opportunity for an individual with experience of working in a public building, who possesses a range of technical, practical and problem-solving skills, who can communicate and thrive amongst a diverse workforce, and who is willing to learn and develop their skillset within an essential role.
Conditions of work
- Contract: 24 months Fixed Term
- Salary: Circa £40,000 gross per annum, depending on experience.
- Hours: Mon-Fri, 9.30am to 5.45pm or equivalent on a flexible basis according to the rota requirements (including 07:30-15:45 and 11:15-19:30 shifts), plus occasional weekend and evening work which will be compensated with time off in lieu.
For further information, please download the Job Description.
Please complete the application form and equality & diversity monitoring forms, available to download from the Gallery's wesbite and return to recruitment email by midnight on 26 June 2022.
Interviews: Week Commencing 27th June 2022
The Whitechapel Gallery strives to be an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. We particularly encourage applications from Black, Asian, ethnic minority, and/or disabled applicants as these groups are currently underrepresented in the Arts sector.
Charity number: 312162 Company number: 4093862
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.