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Engineers Against Poverty (EAP) is a leader in infrastructure and international development with strong links with development agencies, government and industry. We develop research, policy and practice in infrastructure investment, labour standards, climate change, transparency and accountability and local content in line with our mission to help reduce and eventually eliminate poverty.
EAP is seeking a self-motivated Programme Manager to help deliver quality results with its growing portfolio of programmes. Across the programmes you oversee, you’ll be responsible for coordinating their successful delivery of quality results. Initially you will focus on an anti-corruption programme funded by the US Government and EAP’s contribution towards FCDO’s Green Cities and Infrastructure programme. You will work with EAP's senior leadership and its advisors, project partners and beneficiaries, funders and other stakeholders to maximise positive impact. You’ll strengthen EAP's programmes by managing specific budgets, KPIs, project plans, sub-grants and monitoring and evaluation efforts using established systems.
The programmes and projects you will work on will vary and evolve over time, as we strengthen donor and client relationships together. You’ll also have a role in shaping our future work, contributing to business development by coordinating grant proposals, commercial bids and strategic partnerships. You will also help to organise board meetings and international workshops.
Across all our programmes, professional communication, branding of EAP and stakeholder (new) engagement and management is key. Programme delivery is rarely linear so you must be comfortable in rapidly evolving and dynamic environments.
The appointee will also take on for the same role for CoST, the Infrastructure Transparency Initiative – a transparency and accountability programme which operates in 20 countries and for which EAP hosts its International Secretariat.
You will be working remotely with in-person team meetings usually held in London 4 to 5 times a year. We are open to candidates living outside of the UK.
If you wish to apply, pllease submit a CV with a one page covering letter by 10am GMT Monday 11 December 2023.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
As Regional Manager you will represent, manage and co-ordinate FoodCycle for your allocated regional Projects. Our Projects are spaces where volunteers are empowered to run their own community meals using surplus food.
You will manage local relationships with venues, community partners, supermarkets and volunteer recruitment channels to enable this to happen. You will continually be looking to increase our impact by working towards targets of increased meals served to our guests, expanding our existing Projects and setting up new ones within Yorkshire and The Humber.
As an excellent communicator, you will manage the volunteers at each Project ensuring they are trained, supported and on-message with FoodCycle strategy, ensuring that volunteers are confident enough to self-organise and make a success of their Projects.
You will have experience of programme planning, delivery and development including community led/owned programmes. You will also have experience of building relationships with a range of stakeholders, including other charities, local authorities, funders and local champions. A full driving license and access to a vehicle for work purposes is essential for this exciting role.
How to apply: Please upload a CV of no more than two sides, and a covering note/letter of no more than two sides explaining why you are suitable for the role, via our vacancy website.
Deadline for your application: 20th December, however we will interview candidates as applications come in. We reserve the right to close the vacancy early, and we encourage candidates to apply asap!
Benefits: We offer 26.5 holiday (including Christmas close down) plus bank holidays, and a flexible and friendly work environment. Staff benefit from our private medical package and our pension scheme, available after three months.
This role is home based with frequent travel to projects in Leeds, Sheffield, Hull and Bradford.
FoodCycle is an equal opportunity employer, and we value diversity and inclusion. We are a Disability Confident Scheme member. Please email our Recruitment inbox if you require assistance or adjustments when applying.
Please note that you will need to have existing Right to Work in the UK to apply for this role. We do not hold a sponsor licence therefore we are unable to provide Visa sponsorship.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We are SafeLives, the UK-wide charity dedicated to ending domestic abuse, for everyone and for good.
Last year alone, 14,000 professionals received our training. Over 80,000 adults at risk of serious harm or murder and more than 100,000 children received support through dedicated multi-agency support designed by us and delivered with partners. In the last six years, over 4,000 perpetrators have been challenged and supported to change by interventions we created with partners, and that’s just the start.
Together we can end domestic abuse. Forever. For everyone.
The Senior Research Analyst will be responsible for working with and supporting the Research Manager, and wider SafeLives Research, Evaluation & Analysis team. They will support the Drive Partnership to ensure our data and reporting remains rigorous and robust by taking a lead role on the ongoing research design, data collection, analysis, and delivery of our work.
They will manage, analyse, interpret, and present data and information to the Drive project team and local and national stakeholders in order to optimise the quality of implementation of the Drive model, ensure that the project achieves the greatest possible impact, and inform broader policy and practice in working with high risk/high harm perpetrators to disrupt abuse.
Benefits include a generous package including 25 days’ holiday per year plus public holidays, employee pension scheme with 4% employer contribution, Cycle2Work scheme, access to a 24/7 Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) and Flexible Working.
If this challenge sounds as exciting to you as it does to us and you believe you have the qualities we have described, please take a look over the job description and submit a 500-word cover letter and CV.
Closing date: 9:00am on Wednesday 27th December 2023.
SafeLives is a committed provider of equal opportunities for all, please see our job description for full details.
No agencies please.
You are an experienced peacebuilder and manager of people and programmes, and have worked previously in Sudan. You have proven ability in designing and adapting programmes, keeping them relevant and accountable in complex local contexts, ideally in Darfur.
Concordis has worked in Sudan and South Sudan since we were formed as an organisation in 2004. The devastation caused by the current war is heart-breaking, but it also reminds us of the vital importance of peacebuilding.
Concordis continues to implement directly in South Darfur, with a team of eight national staff who remain in Darfur and three more working from outside the country. The team consulted over 3,500 people before the war began and identified a network of 103 local peacebuilders across South Darfur. We work alongside national partner Malam Darfur Peace and Development, and support local peacebuilders where conflict is fought and felt. You’ll take on leadership of the team 18 months into the current EU grant.
You also have a track record of engaging effectively and proactively with international donors, sharing analysis, communicating the vision and winning funds. You’ll use those skills as you adapt the current programme to meet entry points for peacebuilding, as you work with the team and local partners in designing the next steps, and as you work collaboratively with donors in keeping them on board.
Despite the evident challenges, we see opportunities and an urgent need to support local peacebuilders in managing South Darfur’s myriad local conflicts, to prevent them escalating or from becoming instrumentalised in the war. There are also emerging opportunities to expand on this programme elsewhere in Darfur, and with Darfuri herders displaced into South Sudan and beyond.
This will require visionary leadership and the skill and drive to navigate a way forward in the coming months and years. Concordis’ peacebuilding programme in South Darfur is primarily about promoting peaceful coexistence amongst and between pastoralist groups and the settled population. This mirrors our existing work over the border in Central African Republic, where we engage with some of the same pastoralists during the dry season, and complements our ongoing work along the border of Sudan and South Sudan, including in Abyei.
This work can demand a lot from all of us, and we have high expectations for the person in this post, but they’ll be part of a supportive team, leading an exciting programme, helping to make a measurable change for peace.
Please take care to complete the application form in full, as we’ll assess whether you meet the person specification based solely on the answers given in the application form.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Objectives of this role
- Build and develop the project team to ensure maximum performance, by providing purpose, direction, and motivation
- To facilitate the Working Group to develop specialist CPD accredited workshops and forums for Independent Sexual Violence Advisers (ISVAs) and ISVA Service Managers from identifying specific requirements, budget estimations, implementation plans and risk mitigation
- Coordinate internal and external resources to ensure that projects adhere to scope, schedule, and budget
- Analyse project status and, when necessary, advise on revising the scope, schedule, or budget to ensure that project requirements can be met
- Establish and maintain relationships with relevant client stakeholders, providing day-to-day contact on project status and changes
- To work as part of the staff team at TST
- Establish and maintain processes for managing scope during the project lifecycle, setting quality and performance standards and assessing risks
- Develop and maintain partnerships with partners and stakeholders
- Supporting and delivering specialist workshops and forums for ISVAs and ISVA Service Managers
- Supporting the ISVA Project Co-ordinator to promote the training
- Leading on monitoring and evaluating project outcomes
- Assign and monitor resources to ensure project efficiency and maximize deliverables
- Report project outcomes and/or risks to the ISVA Project Lead and escalate issues, as necessary, according to the project work plan
- To attend line management with the ISVA Project Lead.
Required skills and qualifications
- Four or more years of project management experience
- Level 3 Award in Education and Training or equivalent or willing to undertake training.
- Experience in working with ISVAs
- Strong attention to deadlines and budgetary guidelines
- Proven success working with all levels of management
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Excellent presentation skills
- Experience in coaching project team members to strengthen their abilities and skill sets.
Desirable skills and qualifications
- Professional management or project management certification such as PRINCE2
- Experience of managing an ISVA service.
In your cover letter, please ensure that you:
Explain what you will bring to the role
Demonstrates the ways in which you possess the required and desirable skills and experiences
About the role
At Animals Asia, donors are an integral part of the organisation. We know they are every bit as passionate about our goals as we are and, without them, our work would not be possible.
The Foundations team sits within the Global Partnerships team, made up of Foundations, Philanthropy, and Corporate partnerships. Our aim is to find and build relationships with new partners who can make a significant difference to Animals Asia, while also managing relationships with existing partners. Working closely with the Trust or Foundation to align motivations and help them see how their money is being spent and reporting back on the impact of their donation.There is significant scope for growth with the Global Partnerships Team as Animals Asia enjoys increasing brand awareness.
The main purpose of this role is to support the work of Animals Asia by developing strong relationships, cultivating and stewarding a portfolio of charitable trusts, foundations and grant giving bodies in order to meet and exceed agreed income targets. Your portfolio will be global, consisting of donors from around the world, therefore knowledge of international fundraising from foundations is an advantage.
You will build and maintain existing relationships, providing exceptional donor experience, while focusing on new business research and growing your portfolio of 5 and 6 figure donors.
- To deliver the Foundation strategy.
- To research and acquire new trust and foundation partners.
- To build relationships - engaging, cultivating, and stewarding a portfolio of existing and new trust and foundation partners, providing effective and timely relationship management, including comprehensive grant reporting.
- To meet and exceed agreed income targets so that we can meet our growing program needs.
Relationship Management and Donor Stewardship
- Build trusting relationships and implement the highest standards of donor stewardship to manage a portfolio of qualified prospective and existing partners.
- Cultivating and soliciting a portfolio of high-value prospective trusts and foundations capable of making 5 and 6 figure donations.
- Work closely with colleagues in the Global Partnership team to find engaging, exciting funding propositions including solutions to generate unrestricted income and multi-year gifts.
- Find innovative and ‘surprise and delight’ opportunities to engage supporters.
- Create engaging and meaningful communications to keep donors well informed on the progress and impact of projects.
- Implement personalised relationship building and stewardship plans that include regular phone calls, and in-person and virtual meetings.
- Ensure donors and internal stakeholders fully understand and agree with any commitments.
- Ensure CRM is updated with all donor interactions and communications.
- Ensure proper follow-up on all funding applications, whether successful or not, to fully understand donors and prospects motivations.
Prospecting and Research
- Significantly grow your portfolio by identifying, researching, and qualifying new 5-figure + prospects:
- Carry out prospect research.
- Qualify new potential prospects.
- Develop and lead on detailed cultivation and solicitation plans for high value prospects to achieve targets, and update plans on CRM.
- Identify appropriate funding opportunities that align with donor motivations.
- Create the appropriate stewardship plan for donors in your portfolio based on their motivations and needs, proactively developing relationships with them.
- Carry out due diligence to ensure partners meet our ethical guidelines.
- Develop stewardship plans for current, lapsed, and prospective donors in your Portfolio.
- Maintain cultivation and stewardship plans on the CRM and a calendar of approaches, for both existing and qualified prospects.
- Work collaboratively with the rest of the Trusts and Foundations team to capture project information and prepare high-quality proposals.
- Be proactive in ensuring you develop an excellent knowledge of Animals Asia’s work, liaising with colleagues as required, to prepare and present first class presentations and proposals.
- Represent Animals Asia at networking events, knowledgeably and passionately articulating our need for support.
Fundraising strategy and planning
- Work collaboratively with the rest of the trust and foundations team to build the team’s strategic growth and provide the best possible partnership opportunities.
- Work collaboratively with the wider Global Partnerships team to maximise networks and uplift income.
- Deliver against agreed income targets.
- Acquire, retain and grow the value of partners for Animal Asia.
Reporting and Budgets
- Work to ensure that income opportunities for your portfolio are maximised.Ensuring that donations from donors in your portfolio match the giving capacity of the partner.
- Track income on the appropriate pipelines and CRM, ensuring that reporting is Accurate.
- Ensure that proposals include 20% operational support, unless clearly stipulated otherwise by the donor.
- Ensure effective work plans are in place to deliver the projected income and achieve all financial and non-financial KPIs.
- Prepare regular reports and evaluations for your line manager as required.
Program knowledge and team development
- Be proactive in ensuring you develop an excellent knowledge of Animals Asia’s work, liaising with colleagues as required.
- Work collaboratively with the Trust and Foundations team to develop high quality application and reporting materials for all partners.
- Build strong working relationships with colleagues from across the organisation to gather information for updates, reports, and proposals.
- Support the Animals Asia’s ‘one-team’ philosophy, making sure the greater global needs are put ahead of any team or market goals.
- Contribute to the on-going review, development, and implementation of changes to improve the productivity and efficiency of Animals Asia.
- Identify best practice fundraising models and make recommendations and implement as part of continuous improvement.
- Participate in staff training and performance and development appraisal process to assist in the achievement of Animals Asia’s objectives and mission.
- Promote and advocate Animals Asia to the public.
- Follow established Animals Asia procedures and policies.
- Proactive attendance at team meetings, relevant seminars, and staff meetings.
- Proactive in keeping abreast of new fundraising initiatives and trends in the sector.
- Represent Animals Asia at internal and external functions and events as required.
- Develop an in-depth knowledge of best practice in the charity sectors that Animals Asia operates to establish Animals Asia as a leader in Trust fundraising globally.
The above job description is intended to be an outline of the duties and responsibilities for this role. This is not an exhaustive list, and it is likely to change over time. You may be expected to undertake other duties that are commensurate with this role and grade.
Person Specification - Essential (E) & Desirable (D)
Experience & Knowledge
- Excellent written and oral communication skills, with experience communicating to a broad range of people. (E)
- At least 5 years fundraising and relationship management experience, including the ability to initiate and develop strong, mutual, results focused, relationships to maximise revenue. (E)
- Proven experience of soliciting 5 figure + grants. (E)
- Demonstrable experience in developing and leading new business generation. (E)
- Proven experience of working constructively and collaboratively with colleagues from different teams. (E)
- A flexible approach to managing and prioritising workload. (E)
- Understanding of confidentiality privacy regulations. (E)
- Compassion for animals and an understanding of animal welfare issues and conservation. (E)
- The ability to develop strategic plans and to analyse performance. (D)
- Demonstrable experience of investigating and establishing new networks. (D)
- Able to work effectively and on your own initiative in a small diverse and busy cross-functional team environment with minimal supervision. (E)
- Excellent organisational and time management skills, including ability to manage workflows and balance competing priorities. (E)
- Encourages continuous improvement, learning from mistakes and failures. (E)
- Can write professionally and persuasively using a variety of communication styles. (E)
- Excellent interpersonal skills, ability to network and build relationships assessing reactions to own approach and adapting language and style to achieve a positive conclusion. (E)
- Competent in the use of MS word, Excel, and ability to use databases for recording and reporting. (E)
- Financially aware and numerate. (E)
- Solution focused with a creative approach to issues and a ‘can do’ attitude. (E)
- Focuses resources on delivering results in line with Animals Asia’s Mission & values. (E)
- Thoughtful, kind, and considerate. (E)
- Manages own stress levels well and remains resilient, seeking support as appropriate. (E)
- Be prepared for some international travel on occasion. (E)
- Able to work occasional extended hours as required. (D)
- Able to accommodate global meetings early morning / late evening. (E)
- Able to work from home. (E)
Conditions and Benefits
Place of work : Work from home.
Dept/Team : Global Partnerships.
Working hours : Full time – standard hours are 37.5 hours per week. Flexible working to accommodate working for a global organisation and individual circumstances.
You may also be required to work additional hours by way of overtime either as and when requested to do so by Animals Asia or when the proper performance of your work so requires.
Reports to : Global Director of Partnerships.
Manages : N/A.
Budget responsibility : Yes.
Probation : The appointment will be subject to the satisfactory completion of a three-month probationary period.
Annual leave : If based in UK : 24 days per year and 8 bank holidays. The holiday year runs from 1 January to 31 December.
Other benefits : Flexible working, Pension Scheme, Access to Life Works, health and wellbeing platform, Training, as required.
How to apply
Your supporting statement is critical and should not exceed two pages. Please demonstrate how you meet the above criteria and our values.
Interested parties please click "Apply via website" to apply by attaching your cover letter and CV.
Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.
Personal data collected will be treated in strict confidence and used solely for recruitment purposes.
Animals Asia values candidates with different backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives. We welcome applicants of every ethnicity, age, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, socioeconomic status, disability, or veteran status. We are committed to building an organization that creates an inclusive environment for all.
Closing Date : Friday 8 December 2023
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Speakers for Schools is a national social mobility charity. We work across the UK to inspire young people and help prepare them for the world of work through innovative programmes and practical experiences of the workplace. Through our Research and Policy work we seek to change the landscape to ensure every young person has access to high quality work experience opportunities.
We work in partnership with schools and a network of over 700 leading employers to deliver outstanding opportunities for the young people who need our help the most, be they from under-represented groups or areas of disadvantage.
Speakers for Schools Values
PASSION: We are committed to levelling the playing field for young people across the UK, creating social mobility and tackling disadvantages.
AGILITY: We challenge our ideas of what is possible in order to better meet the needs of those we support. We are human, make mistakes, learn, evolve and adapt.
INTEGRITY: We act with empathy and bring our authentic selves to work every day. We value and respect the talent, time and intentions of those we work with.
COLLABORATION: We are one team with one mission and only by working together can we deliver better outcomes for young people. We support each other unconditionally and feel motivation in shared success as well as individual progress.
DIVERSITY: We know it takes people with different ideas, strengths, identities, interests, and cultural backgrounds to make our organisation succeed. We encourage constructive debate and critical friendship.
The Digital Marketing Manager plays a key role in contributing to the ongoing growth and development of the charity across all digital channels and audiences. They are a data-driven decision maker, with a history of driving growth, who is comfortable championing new ideas and experimenting and optimising to drive projects forward.
This position is for 6 months cover full time from mid-Feb 2024, with a salary of £38000 pro rata, and applicants must be based in the UK with uk Right to Work.
Lead the charity’s digital marketing strategy, leveraging the full digital suite to expand our reach, drive conversions, build brand awareness and promote retention of our existing stakeholder audiences.
Drive continual optimisation and progression of our ‘Always-on’ owned channel engagement plans to support user acquisition and engagement.
Monitor and develop regular audits on competitor activity and best practice across all platforms.
Work closely with the in-house MarComms team and external suppliers to implement key acquisition and retention initiatives to build our audiences with a specific focus on employer and educator acquisition
Work closely with the Content Manager and Lead Designer on brand digital marketing campaigns including paid social, VOD, digital display, online content partnerships, etc.
Work closely with UX lead on creation of audience profiles and web user journey optimisation alongside creation of new user journeys
Work closely with the web manager to turn said user journeys into web pages and navigation systems
Establish strong working relationships with key contacts across all relevant external platforms for service support and best practice.
Day-to-day management of email marketing campaigns & newsletters (including defining audiences/segmentation and test and learn campaigns).
Management of SEO and web optimisation, including but not limited to, site health audit, wireframing and navigation design
All paid digital activity, including paid social and PPC
Other duties as required, as identified by the Chief Marketing Officer
Represent and work to our values as, fostering a culture of positivity, support, respect, and inclusivity, while taking personal responsibility for their attitude, performance, and development
Adherence to data compliance, standards, guidelines and best practices to ensure our data integrity and consistency.
Ensure safeguarding best practice is enshrined in all organisational activity.
Note: This job description is intended to convey information essential to understanding the scope of the role. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of responsibilities and duties required.
•Extensive knowledge of paid ad campaign platforms including Business Manager, LinkedIn, Twitter and Google Ad Words alongside reporting/analytics platforms including Google Analytics, Semrush and Tag Manager.
•Experience in SEO and website health scores
•Experience understanding and analysing platform data to reveal and inform planning and decision making.
•Strong background in email marketing is essential for this role. Experience with Iterable platform is beneficial but not essential as training will be provided.
•Experience of working with new and emerging online technologies and tools to develop digital content.
•Knowledge and experience working with Salesforce and PowerBi.
•Strong credentials that demonstrate experience of engaging and building online audiences.
•Thorough experience using Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF editor, use of collaborative docs, etc).
•Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.
•Able to gain respect and work as a team player with a range of people.
•Strong organisational skills and a collaborative approach to working.
One in 4 people in the UK have either served themselves or have a family member or friend who has served, making Help for Heroes a very personal cause for many.
When Bryn Parry, a veteran and eminent cartoonist, and his wife Emma heard in 2007 that people were shouting at wounded veterans at a local public swimming pool, they knew they had to do something. So they started a campaign for dedicated facilities and a movement to change the way we see and support veterans and their loved ones. Over £2M was raised in just 2 months, and Help for Heroes was born.
Help For Heroes is now a national charity with a vision for a society where everyone in the Armed Forces community lives well after service. The charity provides tailored support for physical and mental health to veterans and their families in their homes and communities across the UK. The charity have recently appointed a new CEO, James Needham, who joined in 2018 as their Chief Operating Officer. James has been instrumental in the development of the charity’s 10-year ‘Live Well’ strategy and brings a wealth of industry experience, having previously spent over 15 years working within the hospitality sector for the likes of Greene King and Starbucks.
With a new strategy rolled out, the fundraising team have a refreshed outlook on income generation and Innovation will be key in delivering growth and diversification. This newly created role will report directly to the commercial director and be responsible for developing new products to bolster their existing portfolio, with an opportunity to develop sector leading and ground breaking products. This exciting role has the potential to be career defining.
Working closely with heads of income streams to fully understand their needs and what products are going to work best for them. There is big appetite for innovation within high value as well as public fundraising.
As Senior Product Innovation Manager, you will:
- Create and implement a strategy and initiative for Product Innovation to cultivate new fundraising and commercial products, increasing both revenue and impact
- Crafting a fresh product innovation process and proactively introducing new products to the market
- Support the development of a culture of innovation across the teams actively sharing insight and building collaboration
- Develop a clear process to support innovation and NPD across the Directorate, including timelines and progress points
- Build relationships at Leadership team and Exec level to be able to support product innovation and achieve solutions
Ideal skills and experience:
- Someone who has had a senior role within an innovation function at charity
- Product innovation experience from non-charity background is also of interest
- Strong project management skills
- Demonstratable experience of the testing cycle
- Experienced at running and managing Sprints to develop products at pace
- Able to engage a range of stakeholders
- Natural curiosity and can bring a sense of wonderment to the role
- A self-starter with confidence and gravitas to lead the innovation function
The Help for Heroes team are a group of authentic, energetic and supportive people taking on an extraordinary mission together. Emphasis is placed on collaborating, exploring new ideas and fresh perspectives. Help for Heroes are committed to creating a positive, flexible and enjoyable workplace that works for everyone – a place where everyone belongs and everyone thrives. They believe that a good work-life balance is key to personal wellbeing.
Employee benefits include:
- FLEXIBLE WORKING with employees encouraged to apply for flexible working arrangements that work best for their individual needs
- 35 HOUR WORKING WEEK with core hours of 10am-3pm
- FAMILY-FRIENDLY CULTURE including enhanced maternity, paternity and shared parental leave
- 29 DAYS HOLIDAY ENTITLEMENT regardless of length of service, plus a day off for your birthday, all in addition to eight days bank holiday
- PENSION WITH 4% EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTION with employees contributing 5% of their monthly salary. Employees are free to opt out of the pension if they prefer.
- COMPREHENSIVE LIFE INSURANCE on completion of induction, with cover of 4 x your salary to support your loved ones should the worst happen
- PAID VOLUNTEERING DAYS ‘do your bit days’ to provide the opportunity to take time away from their day-to-day role and volunteer in the community
- SIMPLYHEALTH EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMME offering confidential and impartial advice on finances, family matters and health
We have an exciting opportunity for you to join us as the Operations Manager for a new Fraud Peer Support Pilot Project to be be delivered in South London, Kent and Sussex. This vacancy is full-time, working 37.5 hours per week, home-based with travel required throughout the region.
What we offer:
At Victim Support we believe in attracting & retaining the best people and offer a competitive rewards & benefits package including:
- Flexible working options including hybrid working
- 28 days annual leave plus Bank Holidays, rising to 33 days plus Bank Holidays
- An extra day off for your birthday
- Pension with 5% employer contribution
- Enhanced sick pay allowances, maternity & paternity payments
- High Street, retail, holiday, entertainment & leisure discounts
- Access to our financial wellbeing hub & salary deducted finance
- Employee assistance programme & wellbeing support
- Ongoing training & support with opportunities for career development & progression
About the Role:
We are looking for an experienced manager who can demonstrate the ability, passion and determination to lead all aspects of an effective and innovative service that can transform the lives of adult fraud victims. You will set up and deliver a fraud peer support pilot project across Kent, Sussex and South London.
As the Operations Manager you will be responsible for:
- the recruitment, management, supervision and development of the fraud caseworker team
- overseeing the delivery of individual, tailored support for victims of fraud
- the development and delivery of innovative online and in-person peer support work
- ensuring we provide high quality support services that meet the needs of victims of fraud
- working in close partnership with police, local authorities and other key stakeholders
- ensuring the voices and experiences of victims are heard in and beyond the criminal justice system
On occasion you may also be involved in bid writing and fund raising activity, and with print and broadcast media. The areas for delivery of the pilot are South London, Kent and Sussex and the post-holder will need to reside in one of these, and will be able to travel across the three areas
Victim Support (VS) is an independent charity providing a range of specialist services to people who have been affected by crime across England and Wales. We work towards a world where there are fewer victims but who have stronger rights, better support and a real influence in the Criminal Justice System. Everyone at VS is driven by our Vision Ambitions and Values to play their part in making a difference for those who experience crime and traumatic events. Working for VS gives you the opportunity to play a key role in a national charity providing high quality services to victims and witnesses and being a vital force for change.
Victim Support are committed to recruiting with care and to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Background checks and Disclosed Barring Service checks may be required.
Victim Support strives to represent the diverse communities we serve and are passionate about creating an environment where all staff and volunteers feel respected and heard. Being a diverse organisation with an inclusive culture is integral to us being able to meet our aim of ensuring that anyone who is a victim of crime gets the support they need.
As part of our commitment to the Race at Work Charter we particularly welcome applicants from Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities. VS is also a Disability Confident Employer and we provide a Guaranteed Interview Scheme for candidates that are disabled and meet all essential criteria for a role.
If you have a disability, a learning difficulty such as dyslexia or a medical condition which you believe may affect your performance during any aspect of our selection process, we'll be happy to make reasonable adjustments to enable you to perform at your best.
How to apply:
To apply for this role please follow the link below to the Jobs page on our website and complete the application form demonstrating how you meet the essential shortlisting criteria.
The closing date for this role is midnight on Wednesday 29 November 2023 and interviews will be held in the week of 11 December
We look forward to hearing from you.
We reserve the right to close this vacancy early, if we receive enough suitable applications to take forward to interview prior to the published closing date.
Performance and Learning Coordinator
Starting salary for this position is £34,572 per annum (plus contributory pension)
MAG (Mines Advisory Group) is an international humanitarian organisation based in Manchester, UK, and working in 32 countries. We remove landmines and unexploded ordnance to release safe and productive land for communities, and work to reduce the threat of armed violence by supporting governments to safely manage weapons and ammunition. In 1997, MAG was a co-recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize for our work campaigning for the Anti-Personnel Mine Ban Convention.
About the role:
The Programmes Performance and Learning Coordinator will play a key role organisationally by enhancing our ability to report on the efficiency, effectiveness, and impact of MAG’s work. The PLC will support MAG’s Contract Director working on the monitoring, evaluation and learning of complex, multi-country contracts, including the UK FCDO Global Mine Action Programme (GMAP) and the Dutch MFA Mine Action and Cluster Munitions (MACM) programme. They will support programmes to gather and analyse data in order to monitor the impact of our projects and programmes; contribute to internal and external evaluation processes and produce relevant, robust case studies and learning products to share inside and outside the organisation. The PLC will work in collaboration with programmes and technical staff to adapt project and programme delivery to improve programme performance.
The ideal candidate should possess proven expertise in monitoring and evaluating projects, demonstrating a track record in handling complex programs with a focus on outcome assessment. They should have adeptness in qualitative and/or quantitative data analysis and a background collaborating on projects with government, INGOs, or local partners. Essential is the ability to nurture successful relationships with donors and partners, alongside a strong representation skill set for engaging with external stakeholders in public forums. Proficiency in project planning tools like Theory of Change, Logframe, or results-based management is crucial, as is familiarity with MEAL approaches. Additionally, the candidate should exhibit collaborative prowess, working seamlessly with partners, and possess the capacity to craft and deliver compelling external materials like presentations, blogs, statements, and case studies.
Further information and how to apply:
For the further information on the role, the application pack and details of how to apply, please visit the MAG website by the closing date of 11th December 2023.
Please note that as part of MAG's commitment to safeguarding, this post is subject to background checks before an offer of employment is confirmed. For more information on MAG’s approach to safeguarding here and background checks here. You can also find more information in the candidate information pack, available on our website.
MAG is committed to the principles of diversity, equality and inclusion. If you think you would be suited to one of our roles we would welcome your application regardless of your background. We strive to provide an inclusive and supportive working environment where all employees feel respected and supported in fulfilling their potential.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Part salesperson, part relationships manager, part account manager. As the Corporate Partnerships Manager, you’ll wear a lot of hats, and they all need to fit.
Your ultimate purpose is to secure funding for the charity. Your main source of funding will be business development. You’ll sell various levels of partner packages to corporate businesses who are interested in supporting the charities vital work campaigning for change and supporting people bereaved and seriously injured by road crashes. You’ll prospect, pitch and close new business.
You’ll need to learn and understand the value of the partner packages, and how they can be best tailored to different potential partners.
You’ll also manage and maximise the accounts of our current partners, including the likes of BT, Autoglass and Royal Mail.
You’ll need corporate/B2B sales experience, along with the attentiveness and diligence required to manage longer term accounts.
Who we are:
Brake is ‘the’ road safety charity. We are tackling one of the world’s most urgent humanitarian catastrophes - deaths and injuries on roads - and one of the leading causes of climate emergency - air pollution from traffic.
Brake’s vision is that everyone can get around in safe and healthy ways, and you’ll be part of making it happen.
What We Offer:
· A generous 35 days of annual leave (including bank holidays and 3-day shutdown period between Christmas and New Year. Pro-rata for part-time working patterns)
· An extra 2 days of annual leave following 5 years’ service
· An extra day off for your birthday to take whenever you choose
· Enhanced sick pay and compassionate leave
· Death in service benefit
· Employee Assistance Programme
· Flexible working
· Be part of a skilled, friendly team with an engaged Board of Trustees
Brake actively promotes equality, diversity, and inclusion. We employ based on the skills and experience of candidates, irrespective of age, disability (including hidden disabilities), gender, gender identity or gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, or sexual orientation.
The current closing date for applications is Friday 1st December. This may change, so we would encourage getting your application in early.
Hours per week: 35 hours per week as a 2-year fixed appointment. Home-based role with opportunity for flexible working pattern.
Benefits: NCT membership with access to exclusive benefits, pension scheme, 30 days annual leave plus 8 bank and public holiday.
Headline: New Ambitions for Membership at NCT
About the role
At NCT, our vision is that everyone who becomes a parent feels confident, connected, and safe because we believe parents help build the foundations of the future.
We are the charity that supports people as they become parents.
We’re here to support every parent and their unique experiences of pregnancy, birth, and early parenthood. No exceptions. This means tackling the top challenges facing new and expectant parents today head on – overstretched maternity services, disparities in quality of care, the crisis in postnatal support, and the rising cost of living. Getting this right will have far-reaching benefits, not just for parents, but also for babies, children, families, and our whole society.
We’re recruiting a Senior Membership Manager to lead the review and revitalisation of our current NCT Membership programme as one of our 2023-25 ‘For Every Parent’ strategic commitments. You will help build an ambitious growth strategy that attracts, engages, motivates and retains members to be part of the NCT community and considers how we can best continue to serve our valued membership base.
This is an opportunity for a creative self-starter to make your mark! We’re looking for someone with track record of building and leading a large membership programme (or equivalent) in an impact-driven environment. We want to hear about your background, ideas and enthusiasm for delivering impactful supporter experiences that generate engagement and loyalty. Please visit our NCT for further details on job description.
We are taking positive action to increase diversity throughout our charity, at all levels, and to nurture a culture of inclusion for all our people and the parents and families that we support. More details about our Equity, Diversity and Inclusion action can be found here.
We are committed to zero discrimination both internally and externally regardless of visible or invisible difference such as sex, sexual orientation, age, race, ethnicity, disability, impairment, learning difference or long-term condition, religion or belief, gender identity, economic class, marital/civil partnership, family status including single parents, socio-economic background and pregnancy and maternity. We provide reasonable adjustments and are committed to an inclusive and accessible recruitment process.
We welcome and actively encourage applications from all candidates including those from under-represented groups within NCT such as individuals from Black, Asian or minority ethnic backgrounds, LGBTQI+ people and people with a disability.
The welfare and safety of individuals is at the heart of everything that we do. NCT is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and adults and expects all staff to share this commitment.
Please apply for the role via our careers page on our website to apply directly.
Closing date: Monday 11th December 2023
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
The deadline for applications is Tuesday 2nd January 2024
Location: Flexible global location with CET compatible time zone, ability to travel to Europe or US twice a year. Candidates must have the right to work in the country from which they are applying.
Reporting to: Executive Director
Annual salary: €60,000 - €80,000 EUR, salary will be adjusted to the cost of labour for the country in which the candidate resides.
Contract type: 1 year contract with the possibility of extension, consultancy arrangement also considered. The Global Commons Alliance is a sponsored project of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors (RPA) through which the candidate will be contracted.
Working hours: Full-time
Candidate level: Non-manager
The Global Commons Alliance (GCA) is a network of organisations driving collaboration, innovation and funding, currently formed of 5 core components and over 70 partners. We come together from all over the world, bringing together rigorous science with diverse ideas, perspectives and solutions, in order to change mindsets, actions and systems to safeguard the ‘global commons’, the interconnected systems that support life on Earth: from the Arctic sea ice to the Amazon rainforest, from critical ocean currents to our fresh water network. Our vision is a safe and just future for people and planet. Our mission is to mobilise citizens, companies, cities and countries to accelerate systems change, and become better guardians of the global commons.
Of the GCA’s 5 components, the Earth Commission is pioneering a scientific framework defining the safe and just boundaries for a liveable planet, and the Science Based Targets Network translates this into clear goals for companies and cities. Earth HQ communicates with the public, informing them about the issues and creating pressure for action. Systems Change Lab provides insights and tracks progress on the radical changes required, and the Accountability Accelerator designs and supports ways to hold companies accountable to their commitments.
The GCA Core Team, which supports the 5 components and the GCA’s shared ambition, is looking to strengthen its operational capacity with an Operations Lead.
Purpose of role
The Operations Lead will provide a vital function to the Global Commons Alliance team, leading core team operations. The Operations Lead will work closely with the Executive Director to ensure the Global Commons Alliance Team operates efficiently and effectively.
This is a full-time position at the heart of a dynamic and active organization, focusing on nature and climate action around the world.
The job holder will have the following key responsibilities:
1. Core team operations
- Maintain a management information system of electronic files for the Core Team in coordination with RPA.
- Format reports and presentations as needed and assigned by Core Team members.
- Support event coordination by managing partner contact database, drafting and managing invitations & RSVPs, as well as follow-up material in support of Core Team members.
- Support scheduling for larger internal & external meetings, online and in-person.
- Contribute to planning, design and execution of GCA workshops with component teams.
- Make and manage travel arrangements for the Executive Director and Core Team members for meetings and conferences.
- Administration of expenses for Core Team members via RPA’s online systems.
- Enable continual strengthening of GCA’s operations by designing and overseeing the implementation of plans to improve systems, processes and behaviours, together with a team across all components of GCA.
2. Recruitment and personnel
- Develop and continually update the overview of GCA Core Team staffing, roles and responsibilities.
- Manage the recruitment process of new Core Team staff.
- Manage the drafting and negotiation of contracts and fees of Core Team staff together with GCA Executive Director, Finance Lead and RPA.
- Develop and oversee the implementation of recruitment and onboarding policies and practices for the Core Team.
3. Governance Support to GCA Executive Director
- Support the Steering Committee Chair and Executive Director in the timely preparation of agenda, materials, minutes and planning for all Steering Committee meetings.
- Keep up-to-date Steering Committee member bios, contact information, and relevant distribution lists.
- Support Executive Director to prepare for, and coordinate meetings of the Coordination Team and Core Team.
- Agenda management and scheduling for Executive Director.
- Support the Executive Director with administration of expenses via RPA.
The ideal candidate will be active in the environment-development space and a highly motivated, structured and constructive individual who enjoys organisational challenges and is able to work as a key player in a small, global team to support operations across multi-dimensional programmes.
Experience and qualifications
- Minimum BA/BSc level degree.
- At least 2 years’ work experience providing administrative or operational assistance in a larger, international organisation.
- Familiarity in dealing with scientific organisations.
- Experience with executive level support.
- Extensive working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and Web-based tools and demonstrated capability to learn new software.
- Qualifications within- and some knowledge of climate, environment or development sector preferred.
Skills and desired personal traits
The Operations Lead will bring to our lean, entrepreneurial, and dynamic team the following ways of working:
- Highly self-motivated, with the ability to work independently and flexibly as part of a small, multi-functional, multi-cultural team in a fast-paced environment.
- The responsibility and independence to work in a remote environment, with the ability to perform routine duties, handling a variety of tasks simultaneously, setting priorities and scheduling own work.
- Strong organizational skills with a keen eye for detail, accuracy, process and efficiency
- Sound judgment, including the ability to use and show discretion and maintain high level of confidentiality.
- High degree of diplomacy and integrity.
- Excellent written and spoken communication skills and comfortable with communicating with a wide array of stakeholders, both internally and externally.
- Fluent English.
- Proficiency in additional languages is an advantage.
- Commitment to our vision and mission.
The deadline for application is Tuesday 2nd January 2024
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Daryl Upsall International actively promotes equality, diversity and inclusion. In recruiting candidates, we seek candidates with the proven skills required; irrespective of race, gender, religion or belief, age, disability or sexual orientation.
It’s an incredible time to join Kinship as our new Website Content Manager and you will make a huge difference.
You’ll join a new Digital and Content team with brilliant opportunities for personal development and training to support you in your role.
Your team will be responsible for the development of a new website, digital products and online website content which will allow kinship carers to access advice, training and information easily and effectively.
As our Website Content Manager, you’ll manage the content production for our website based on user needs, analytics and research. You’ll own the website governance including the process for creating new website content and updating and maintaining current content. You’ll develop ‘website champions’ across the organisation, providing training and support for chosen colleagues in each team to update the website.
You’ll develop ‘website champions’ across the organisation, providing training and support for chosen colleagues in each team to update the website.
You’ll work closely with the Communications and Policy Teams to align with our organisational social media content strategy, digital marketing and core objectives (including our influencing, campaigning, research and policy work).
The right person will need to work collaboratively with colleagues across Kinship and be used to working in cross-functional teams. You’ll need to be curious, detail orientated with an improvement mindset.
A new Associate Director of Advice, Training and Information will set up and embed a new ‘Knowledge Architecture Strategic Board’, of which you will join as a key member. This will drive our website content.
What we’ll offer you
Kinship offers 30 days’ annual leave plus bank holidays (pro-rata for part time) as well as a generous pension scheme. This fixed-term role is open to flexible working (school hours would be considered). We have an excellent wellbeing offer including the Employee Assistance Programme and clinical supervision. We will invest in your professional development with training and career development opportunities.
Kinship is committed to championing equality, diversity and inclusion. We believe our work is greatly enhanced by the varied backgrounds, experiences and views represented within our teams. We aim to create inclusive teams, celebrate differences and encourage everyone to join us and be their true self at work. We therefore encourage applications from anyone who fits our values, whatever their religion or belief, sex, gender identity, race, age, sexuality or disability and are actively seeking candidates that can bring real innovation and commitment to us.
This is a fantastic time to join a supportive and well-established team within an organisation with rapid growth ambitions. This role will be what you make it and we’re looking for someone to seize this opportunity!
- To apply: Please apply for this role through BeApplied. You will be asked to answer four questions and attach your CV. Please do not use AI tools like ChatGPT to produce your answers. You will have max 250 words per answer.
- Describe how your experience and values are a good fit for this role
- Talk us through your approach to website migration as part of website redevelopment project – what are they key things you need to think about?
- Describe a time when you’ve developed a new process or system to improve ways of working across teams.
- When being briefed to produce a website content strategy, what are the key questions you would want answered?
Application deadline: 9:00am on Monday 4 December 2023
1st Interview date: Monday 11 December 2023 (online) – TBC
2nd interview date: Friday 15 December 2023 (in-person) – TBC. You will be asked to create a 15-minute presentation as part of the second interview (you will hold full copyright and ownership of the presentation and contents). The second interview panel might include a kinship carer.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Myeloma UK is the only organisation in the UK dealing exclusively with the incurable blood cancer myeloma and related conditions. We are committed to bringing together the best and brightest people to help us ensure that every patient has an empowered present and a hopeful future.
Our ultimate goal is to find a cure and make myeloma history. Until then, our mission is to help every patient live well with myeloma for as long as possible. We are committed to diagnosing myeloma earlier, discovering and sharing knowledge, transforming the patient experience and influencing positive change in care.
About the role
This is a new role within the Philanthropy and Strategic Partnerships team responsible for developing and leading our major donor programme. Myeloma UK is embarking on an ambitious five-year income generation strategy, which aims to increase income from £5m to £10m by 2028. This position will play a critical role, working alongside the Head of Philanthropy and Strategic Partnerships to double the income we raise from major donors and family trusts by securing 5-6 figure grants for a range of innovative and life changing programmes – including patient and family support, research and advocacy. The Philanthropy Manager is also responsible for managing and supporting the Philanthropy Officer in securing mid to high level donations from individuals.
The major donor programme at Myeloma UK is established - we have a strong community of existing high-level supporters and have identified significant potential donors within our community - but these opportunities have not been fully leveraged in the past. Building on this foundation, and a major fundraising Gala planned for Spring 2024, there is a significant opportunity to transform this area of fundraising and this role will be instrumental in delivering a step change in our approach. The role requires outstanding relationship building skills, and the ability to work with high-net-worth individuals, to build credibility and trust and inspire them to support Myeloma UK.
You will be an experienced major donor fundraiser with the ability to secure 5-6 figure gifts and lead others to do the same. You will be a strategic thinker, who is ready to lead and implement our major donor strategy alongside the Head of Philanthropy and Strategic Partnerships.
We need someone with exceptional relationship management skills with the ability to nurture high value relationships and also work closely with senior colleagues, Trustees and other volunteers to build deep and long-lasting donor relationships. It will be crucial to work closely with colleagues across the charity to identify fundraising priorities, develop fundraising propositions and involve them in the cultivation and stewardship of key relationships.
You will be a skilled communicator and negotiator with the ability to communicate complex scientific information in an engaging way. We need someone who can build relationships from scratch, uncover donor motivations and convey the importance of Myeloma UK’s work to inspire support.
How to apply
If you think you would be a great fit for this role, get in touch and tell us more about yourself by sending us a CV that sets out your career history, with key responsibilities and achievements together with a covering letter telling us more about you and what you think makes you a good candidate for this role.
Applications close on Sunday 10 December. Interviews will be held remotely w/c 18 December 2023. You may be asked to do a task prior to your interview.
Myeloma UK is an equal opportunities employer and always welcomes applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates.
Please note, you will be asked to provide evidence of your eligibility to work in the UK prior to interview selection.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.