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Imagine going home tonight not to your flat, with the TV on and the dog waiting but to a park bench or shop doorway. No hot dinner, no warm bed, in fact no bed. Unimaginable? Sadly not for the hundreds of people we work with every year. Do you think you could make a difference to their lives? Could you tell their story across a range of media to get others to notice them and do something to change their future? If you do then read on ……….
We have been transforming lives of those experiencing homelessness across SW London for over 30 years. We have big ambition and our clients are at the heart of everything we do.
SPEAR is dynamic and unique – much like those who work with us. Their expertise and commitment has enabled SPEAR to thrive, despite all the challenges of the last couple of years.
ARE YOU THE RIGHT SORT OF PERSON TO MAKE THAT DIFFERENCE?
Bringing alive the stories of our clients is challenging but when we do it right it unlocks so much – financial support, people coming forward to give their time and importantly, more people become aware of the problem that exists all around us and that makes them committed to make change happen.
We’re looking for an outstanding communications professional to lead and develop all communications – you will have strong experience of developing multi-channel communications plans and taking a communications campaign forward through different digital and offline channels. Proficient across IT systems and platforms you will also have commissioned and designed creative publications and branded materials and actively led on web, branding and social media.
But we know communications needs buy in, so we need you to take a collaborative to ensure full support and active participation across the organisation allowing you also to act as our brand champion. Your strong copy writing & editorial skills and attention to detail will help us maximise our opportunities and reach.
We need you to have creative flair and thrive in a fast paced environment and we especially need you to be passionate and committed to making a real difference to people experiencing homelessness.
IS THIS THE RIGHT TIME FOR YOU TO JOIN US?
This is a time of change at SPEAR when we are actively looking to do things differently. The Fundraising & Communications team will soon have a new leader and as an organisation we are looking to expand our provision and reach more people. This role will sit right at the heart of that change.
Does this sound like something you could do? Do you feel homeless people deserve better? If so, read more about the role in the Job Description.
• Salary of £35000 per annum
• 26 days annual leave, plus bank holidays (rising to 31 with length of service)
• Pension scheme
• Enhanced maternity and paternity leave
• Access to a free Employee Assistance Programme
• A range of benefits, including cycle to work scheme
• Training and development opportunities
SPEAR welcome and encourage applications from everyone, regardless of age, disability, gender, ethnicity, religion or sexual orientation.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
All Stars London is a grassroots charity that helps young people from London’s poorest communities to ‘perform their lives’ – both onstage and off.
Since 2014, we have helped hundreds of young people to transform their lives through the power of performance. Our Young Leaders programme is a three-month cycle of performance-based training that builds the confidence and skills of youth aged 14-19. We offer them access to unfamiliar spaces and careers through Bridge-Building activities, mentoring and work experience. Each cycle ends with a Talent Show, organised, produced and hosted by the Young Leaders themselves.
Since the pandemic, youth anxiety and isolation have been at an all-time high. By adapting our programmes to keep young people connected to new opportunities, All Stars has had a positive and demonstrable impact on young people’s well-being as well as their career prospects.
In 2022, we are looking for a talented Fundraising Campaign Communications Manager who can help us tell this story of growth and resilience to a wider network of potential supporters. Over the last few years, we’ve completed a three-year grant from the London Assembly and recently received funding from the Garfield Weston Foundation.
Across three months, the Funding Campaign Manager will take the lead in marketing and building new relationships for a fundraising event in Spring 2022.
The role will focus on creating content for social media and direct marketing that shares our work and promotes the upcoming fundraising event. We are hoping to reach new audiences of potential corporate and individual supporters.
We are looking for a creative person who is confident using social media tools, email, newsletters, etc to promote successful fundraising campaigns. This is a brand-new role, working directly with the charity’s founders to help shape our messaging. We are looking for someone with excellent interpersonal skills, strong initiative and flexibility, as well as the ability to understand and capture the charity’s voice and vision.
The position is part-time for a fixed term of three months, with the possibility of further work in the second half of 2022, depending on the success of the campaign. Hours will primarily be worked remotely.
The successful candidate must have:
Demonstrable experience in leading fundraising campaign in charity sector
Track record of using social media tools to achieve campaign goals
Ability to work cooperatively, building strong working relationships within and outside the charity
Initiative and creative ideas to help the charity access new networks
Strong communication with Trustees and adaptation based on feedback
Passion for social change, particularly in offering with young people from poor communities
A self-starter who can effectively manage their own workload
Skills & personality requirements
IT and social media skills including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok
Knowledge of emerging social platforms
Strong English writing skills
Good organisational skills
Ability to understand safeguarding and data protection (GDPR) procedures
Friendliness, enthusiasm, dedication, responsiveness, flexibility, and eagerness in supporting the mission of All Stars London
1-2 days per week, with self-regulated, flexible hours
minimum 3 month commitment with possible extension
you will report to the Programme Coordinator
How to apply
Please submit your CV and cover letter demonstrating the experience and skills listed in the job description by 5pm on Wednesday 26th Jan . Because of the large number of applications expected, we will only contact selected candidates to arrange an interview.
Candidate must have self-employed status.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
NJC Scale 26 (pay award pending)
We are looking for a highly motivated individual to join our passionate and dynamic Development Team as a Creative Communications Lead.
Inspire North is an award-winning charity working across the north of England. We work to create a world where everyone matters, building brighter futures for people within the health and social care sector.
In this role you will lead on the development and implementation of the communications strategy for Inspire North, Community Links and Foundation, delivering a compelling and comprehensive communications service.
We are looking for applicants who can deliver inspiring and creative communications plans working across all media and digital communications. You will therefore have a sound understanding of managing websites and social networks and proven ability to produce high quality attention grabbing marketing resources.
This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced individual to use your skills and creativity to help an award-winning regional charity to flourish.Interested? Don’t forget to tell us how you meet the person specification criteria in your application.
In return you will receive a competitive salary, enhanced annual leave entitlement, company sick pay, and daily mindfulness time, among other benefits. We believe in the wellbeing of our employees and will be offering a hybrid approach to work following the COVID-19 pandemic.
You will need to visit our offices throughout the geographical spread of our Group region so will need to have access to a car for work purposes and hold a full current UK drivers licence.
If you think that this role is right for you, then we'd love to hear from you.
You will be joining Inspire North, the parent company to regional charities Community Links and Foundation whose core values are: People, Integrity, Collaboration and Passion.
We aim for our workforce to reflect the diverse and exciting region we serve. We want you to have every opportunity to shine and show us your talents. Please let us know if there is anything, we can do to make sure the assessment process works for you.
Closing Date: 30-Jan-2022
Provisional Interview Date: 16-Feb-2022
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We have an exciting opportunity for a Partnerships Manager to join our established and friendly Mental Health UK Partnerships Team team
If you, would you like to work for a leading mental health charity in a rewarding role where you will really make a difference, then join us here at Rethink Mental Illness (Mental Health UK staff are employed by RMI and seconded to work on Mental Health UK).
Your role will be an homebased position meaning you can work flexibly from home with access to a office hub when you need it. You will work full time, 35 hours per week on a permanent contract with a salary of £33,076.13 to £36,627.57pa or £35,722.24 to £39,273.67pa inclusive of London Weighting. You can read more about the rewards you will receive on the full advert on our website.
Our amazing Partnerships Team works with a large range of businesses across the UK to help them realise their potential to support our mental health.
Whether it’s fundraising or donating to Mental Health UK, or working with us to train their colleagues in understanding mental health in the workplace, we listen and work up the best partnership proposals.
Over the past few years we have:
- Worked with Lloyds Banking Group to train over 2,500 of their staff as Mental Health Advocates
- Received funding from Johnson & Johnson to pilot Community Health Navigators across the country
- Supported PureGym in raising over £350,000 for Mental Health UK through a UK relay
- Worked with Skipton Building Society as their charity of the year supporting thousands of people across the UK with their mental health
- Provided consultancy and advice to many others on how to advance their strategy for mental health in their workplace
- Raised over £13m in our partnership with Lloyds Banking Group to deliver a number of different programmes
- Any much more!
Giving everyone the tools they need to live their best possible life is not something Mental Health UK can do on their own. So we call on the business community to think about how they can achieve the world they want to see and make their unique contribution.
What will I be doing?
The Partnerships Manager drives new partnerships and strategic opportunities for Mental Health UK whilst also managing a range of medium to large and/or multi-faceted/high strategic value partners.
- I actively seek new partnership opportunities from all sources in line with the strategy for myself and my colleagues
- I build and maintain my own pipeline such that there I am developing a constant flow of opportunities for me and my colleagues to pitch
- I dedicate time to understanding market trends across all types of partnerships and use this information to adapt my pitches and share with colleagues to advance our offer
- I develop tailored and bespoke proposals across all existing and new types of partnership
- I negotiate income targets and set clear expectations on our value exchange
- I network at events and conferences to develop new contacts and leads for me and my team
- I present at events, webinars and conferences to advance the awareness of Mental Health UK and partnership opportunities
- I tailor partnership contracts, licence fees and invoices for my partners
- I mentor and support other colleagues in my team such that we have the best possible chance of achieving our goals
- I support my colleagues with their pitches and proposals as necessary
- I efficiently manage a portfolio of medium to large and/or multi-faceted/high strategic value partners
- I deliver excellent efficient account management to my partners proactively managing the value exchange ensuring subject matter experts time is also well managed
- I tailor or bespoke my approach to reports, presentations and communications to each partners needs
- I proactively identify opportunities for growth, to maximise income with current partners - increased rates of repeat contributions, training opportunities etc
- I develop a range of stakeholder relationships with key individuals in my partnerships to widen our opportunities
- I co-ordinate teams of internal stakeholders to develop and deliver aligned strategies for my partners
- I work with my team mates to evolve my account management approach and deliver high quality partnerships
- I am responsible for one of the "spokes" within the Mental Health UK "hub and spoke" model.
- I am an expert in all areas of my spoke and advocate to my team on behalf of the subject matter experts
- I seek the needs of my team on a regular basis and engage with colleagues in my spoke to develop new concepts
- I support/mentor/coach colleagues in my team in new products and campaigns
- I lead on other strategic projects for the team as identified. These may require me to co-ordinate and liaise with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders to achieve the desired outcome
- I may directly line manage others in my team and/or mentor colleagues to support their professional development
- I speak with authority on behalf of Mental Health UK at internal and external meetings, including presenting to a range of audiences
- I support on all other key partnership objectives, where necessary
- I work with my colleagues across the Partnerships Team to ensure we share learnings and grow as a team
- I ensure my work is fully compliant with both our own policies and the latest charity legislation and standards of practice
Continual Professional Development
- I take responsibility for regularly ensuring I am meeting my objectives
- I keep up to date with market trends and my competitors activities
- I take the lead om my own professional development seeking further support from my manager when needed
Who I am?
I have the essentials covered:
- I can demonstrate the Rethink CARES behaviours through my work and role model them with my team
- I have good written and oral communications skills, comfortable talking to my partners, new prospects and stakeholders in all forms
- I can think strategically about the audiences I am delivering to and adapt my style to achieve the desired outcome
- I am exceptional in delivering tailored and bespoke pitches or presentations and field Q+As about Mental Health UK and mental health, sometimes with the support of my colleagues
- I can participate in/host panels, webinars etc on the subject of the work of Mental Health UK and understanding mental health
- I can manage complex negotiations and complaints for my accounts and know when strategically to use the support of my colleagues to achieve the right outcome
- I can think outside of the box or protocols to find new or innovative solutions
- I can maintain an acceptable level of emotional control
- I can problem solve across mine and the whole teams portfolio to find innovative solutions and opportunities
- I can leverage the support of senior colleagues to open new opportunities
- I can deliver projects on behalf of my team including co-ordination with a range of internal and external colleagues and suppliers
- I can analyse data from a range of sources and make evidence based recommendations for approval
- I can independently manage my time and my stakeholders to ensure I am achieving all of my objectives
- I know how to influence colleagues and stakeholders to ensure we hit targets on time
- I plan well for myself and my colleagues to ensure everyone's time and workload is respected
- I can forecast income for my partners and pipeline
- I can evaluate the value exchange for my partners
- I can create prices for new products and services
- I understand the basics of budgeting to manage my accounts
- I can line manage individuals, supporting their professional development and them meeting their objectives
Who are we?
We’re Rethink Mental Illness, a leading charity provider of mental health services in England. We support thousands of people through our groups, services, policy, campaigns and advice and information. Our work supports us in delivering on our mission: “A better life for everyone severely affected by mental illness.”
We welcome applications from everyone, applicants with lived experience, those who are Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning+ (LGBTQ+), people with a disability, or those from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds are actively encouraged to apply. We are proud to have also been awarded Disability Confident employer status. We have an ambition of becoming an anti-racist organisation and we recognise there is more to do in ensuring our recruitment is fair and inclusive, which is why we are recruiting new roles in helping us to achieve this.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
As our Marketing and Communications Manager, you'll be responsible for managing all our marketing initiatives, using market research and analysis to devise and direct our marketing strategy and planning.
Overseeing the production of all promotional materials and marketing campaigns, you'll ensure a consistent, wide-reaching and engaging approach to marketing that raises the profile of our work and demonstrates the life changing impact that we have in communities around the world.
It's an exciting, fast paced role with huge potential to make a real difference. Full details, including information on how to apply, is available on our website.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
- Applications Close: 10am Monday 24th January 2022
- Location: London
- Reporting to: Chief Executive
- Salary: £50,000 to £60,000 per annum (including £3,000 London weighting)
- Interviews Date: TBC
- Start Date: ASAP
- Contract: Full-Time, Permanent
- Benefits: Employee pension scheme, cycle to work scheme, travel card loan, flexible working, Perkbox, Employee Assistance Programme
About The Access Project:
The Access Project is an innovative education charity that helps bright young people from disadvantaged backgrounds gain places at top universities. We support over 1,800 young people aged 14 to 18 across 35 schools.
The Access Project is expanding to become a national organisation. We work in London, the West and East Midlands, grew into West Yorkshire last year, and are expanding into the North West from September 2022. We have a team of 72 employees working in schools and in our regional offices.
A strong commitment to evidence and impact is at the heart of how we work, and we are proud that independent research shows our students achieve higher grades and are more likely to progress to top universities than similarly disadvantaged peers. We are a team passionately committed to our mission, and who support one another’s work. We are committed to improving The Access Project as a place to work for all our people and have developed a new People Strategy. We also recognise we have a way to go before we are the fully inclusive and diverse organisation we want to be, and are developing an Equity, Diversity and Inclusion strategy with support from external consultants and engagement from staff and trustees.
About the Partnerships and Communications Director role:
The Access Project has developed an innovative programme that has strong evidence that it addresses a huge social issue. We have also learned much about what it takes to shift the dial in helping disadvantaged students make it to a top university. We’re now aiming to double in scale with the aim of helping even more young people fulfil their potential and make it to a top university.
We have a loyal and committed supporter base and a demonstrably high-impact programme. We are looking for an exceptional candidate to capitalise on this to significantly accelerate our growth. Our broad mix of fundraised income (corporates, trusts and foundations, major donors, universities, and low and mid-level giving) means we are not too reliant on any one stream.
We believe there is real scope to reach more supporters and increase gift sizes in all these areas. We are in the early stages of creating a donor development board – “Friends of The Access Project” - to engage new and existing individual supporters and their networks. There is huge potential to be bolder in promoting our impact; through our website, social media and through in-person networks. As part of our work to broaden our appeal, we are seeking mission-aligned patrons who will help us to reach their followers and amplify our work. You will lead and support the Partnerships and Communications team to double our income-raising capabilities over the coming years, including by promoting the part all of us can play in helping with fundraising efforts.
The Partnerships and Communications Director is one of six Director-level positions, and as such it has an important leadership role across the organisation: in role-modelling equitable and inclusive leadership; accountability to the Chief Executive and Board of Trustees; and in direct leadership of their team.
Duties and Responsbilities:
The Partnerships and Communications Director will directly lead the Partnerships and Communications team, which currently consists of 8.6 FTEs (including the Director role) who are based across London and Birmingham.
- Develop fundraising strategy
- Work with The Access Project’s Chief Executive to define how we will generate the income needed for longer-term growth, identifying any opportunities for improvements.
- Work with team members to build pipeline of multi-year pledges for future income.
- Collaborate with other teams at The Access Project and utilise data insights to help form the fundraising strategy.
- Ensure The Access Project reaches income targets
- Line manage team to deliver to targets and effectively steward donors across all income streams (corporates, trusts and foundations, major donors, universities, and low and mid-level giving)
- Play direct role in high-value fundraising asks as needed
- Design and deliver presentations and pitches collaboratively with colleagues
- Support the Chief Executive with the development of “Friends of The Access Project” donor development Board and stewardship of major donors
- Work with the Finance Director and team to ensure there is an accurate and up to date picture for income streams in terms of actual and forecast against plan
- Track and manage performance of income streams and proactively identify any remedial action as might be required.
- Ensure income generation is aligned with wider strategy
- Ensure corporate partnerships are aligned with our wider organisational strategic objectives/delivery, for example in relation to volunteering offer and requirements for pro bono support
- Ensure university partnerships are aligned with our wider organisational strategy (e.g. regional growth plans, programme delivery).
- Ensure we effectively communicate our work
- Lead the Communications function at The Access Project (supported by the Head of Communications)
- Ensure The Access Project has a credible communications strategy (developed by the Head of Communications) in order to articulate clear messages effectively to key audiences
- Accountable for identifying, recruiting, stewarding and broadening patrons of The Access Project, in particular that they support our work to address structural inequality that prevents young people from fulfilling their potential and limits their life chances.
- Ensure good governance
- Develop and ensure best-practice use of donor management system
- Ensure fundraising activity complies with UK law and regulations
- Prepare and manage annual partnerships and communications expenditure budgets
- Report up to date income positions and performance of multi-year fundraising strategies to the Executive team and to the Board of Trustees to a high standard.
Organisation and team leadership
- Providing leadership to the Partnership and Communications team
- Provide effective management of the team, including supporting them to develop their effectiveness as leaders
- Develop and champion forums for effective cross-team working
- Ensure effective processes are in place and being used for income tracking and relationship management to ensure effective data collection and partnership retention.
- Leading the organisation, including through active participation in the Executive team
- Take an active role in ensuring the organisation is making the right decisions to achieve our stated strategic objectives, by bringing a Partnership and Communications lens, and being able to think in the wider interests of the organisation
- Take cabinet responsibility for decisions at Executive level
- Raise profile and importance of Partnerships and Communications function across the organisation and ensure that other teams actively contribute to our fundraising efforts.
- Representing The Access Project externally
- Represent the organisation with a high degree of professionalism to further our objectives and social impact.
- Track record of successfully meeting multi-million pound annual fundraising targets
- Track record of growing fundraising from a range of income streams
- Compelling advocate and amplifier for our mission, able to engage and elicit commitments from a diverse range of donors Confident line manager, with experience of building, leading, developing and motivating a team
- Excellent written and oral presentation skills with all external and internal audiences
- Deep understanding of the fundraising environment, including regulatory requirements
- Knowledge of how different kinds of funders operate and how to craft written / oral presentations to meet specifications, and how reporting arrangements work
- Ability to liaise with Finance colleagues to develop income pipeline, actuals and forecasts to give accurate picture of current position and projected outturns
- Ability to understand, support and challenge communications professionals in developing and promoting The Access Project’s message.
- Knowledge of education/social mobility sector
- Ability to access a broad network of potential supporters of The Access Project’s work
- Professional expertise in communications.
- Strategic thinker, experience of converting strategy into detailed operational plans
- Outstanding project management skills, well organised and reliable
- Effective collaborator, able to work with colleagues across the organisation to create compelling cases for support to The Access Project (orally and in writing)
- Passionate about educational disadvantage, widening participation and The Access Project’s mission.
Equal Opportunities Statement
The Access Project is an equal opportunities employer and we welcome applications from people from all backgrounds. We are working towards improvements with equality, diversity, inclusion and belonging.
The Access Project is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Disclosure of a Criminal Record
The Rehabilitation of Offenders 1974 (Exceptions) (Amendment) Order 1986 does not apply to posts where there is access to children. This means that applicants for employment which involves working with children and young people must disclose any criminal record. If you are selected for appointment you will be subject to this procedure. All Disclosures are carried out in the strictest confidence and are made only in connection with your application for employment and for no other purpose. The application for an Enhanced Disclosure will be activated before your first day of work.
Guidance for candidates applying for a job with The Access Project. Please read this carefully before you start to fill in the application form.
The application form plays a crucial part in the selection process, both in deciding whether you will be invited to an interview and at the interview itself. It is vital that you complete this form as fully and accurately as possible. We will not make any assumptions about your experience, knowledge, skills and abilities to do the job.
Read the full vacancy details carefully before you start. All parts of the application form must be completed.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We’re looking for a Communications Manager with a comprehensive knowledge of how quality media coverage can support a charitable organisation and a flair for developing engaging and powerful case studies. You will understand the importance of writing accessible, up to date guidance and information for patients and their families in plain English and will be passionate about ensuring we can deliver information to anyone who needs it in the format they require.
This is a new role in a small but established and growing team. Supported by the Head of Marketing and Communications, you will be leading on media activity, storytelling content and patient and family information for Trinity.
The overall purpose of this role
- Responsible for creating and implementing a media plan that supports income generation, drives awareness, demonstrates our impact and outlines how we will achieve maximum exposure across all media channels.
- Leading response to all media enquiries and filming requests.
- Producing a bank and pipeline of high-quality, compelling case studies and stories from patients and their families, supporters, colleagues and volunteers to suit the needs of all internal stakeholders and for use in publications, press and online.
- Coordinating the production of accessible and relevant print and digital information for patients and their families.
We are looking for someone who
- Has significant experience of proactively securing effective media coverage, ideally in a charity or healthcare setting
- Has the skills to develop effective case studies in line with the needs of internal and external stakeholders
- Has the sensitivity to work with patients and their families to effectively tell their stories
- Has experience managing information or guidance publications at all stages of the publication process
- Can effectively communicate about the work of the hospice, and advocate for more open conversations about death, dying and bereavement
- Has experience producing content to a defined brief: taking audiences, platforms, calls to action and measurement of outcomes into consideration
- Ideally has experience of producing case studies in written, filmed, audio and photographic formats
This role will play a central role in increasing Trinity’s profile in our catchment and help reach more people who may need us now or in the future. No day will be the same – you might be helping a family articulate the importance of our support following the death of a much loved family member; working with the Fundraising team to capture the exploits of our amazing supporters; securing great media coverage to promote our shops’ sustainability credentials; or working with our specialist clinical teams to produce a new publication for patients. One thing you will need every day is fantastic inter-personal skills, sensitivity to the issues we’re dealing with and creative flair.
Royal Trinity Hospice is a much-loved local charity and last year we marked our 130th anniversary. We are ambitious to reach more people who need us and this role will be integral in helping us to do that. We’re looking for someone as passionate about our work and our goals as we are.
- We match Agenda for Change/NHS terms and conditions for maternity, paternity and long-term sickness pay
- Length of service for those joining directly from another CQC regulated organisation (NHS, social care, hospice) is recognised in annual leave, maternity, paternity and long-term sickness pay
- A pension scheme is offered with employer contributions of up to 7.5% or a continuation of your existing NHS pension
- A generous 27 days annual leave increasing to 29 after 5 years and 33 days after 10 years, plus bank holidays (any bank holidays worked will be given back in lieu)
- Cycle to work scheme and interest-free season ticket loans available
- Free eyesight test for DSE users and a contribution towards the cost of glasses
- 25% store discount in Trinity shops
- Life assurance cover
- Lots of opportunities to attend exciting and high-profile events e.g. a staff lottery to attend our regular biannual Gala dinner; participating in Royal visits, and the annual summer garden party
- Regular ballots for donated free tickets and prizes
- Access to courses of free counselling on the phone or face to face
Royal Trinity Hospice is committed to promoting equal opportunities in employment. Everyone at Trinity is treated fairly with dignity and respect irrespective of age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, civil partnership status, disability, nationality, race, religion or belief. We pride ourselves on being an inclusive organisation that encourages and supports fairness, respect, equality, diversity, inclusion and engagement (FREDIE) in all its forms.
All successful applicants will be subject to DBS, Occupational Health and Reference checks.
The government has indicated that from 1 April 2022, all staff working in healthcare settings will be required to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19. As Trinity is regulated by the CQC, this applies to those working on the hospice site.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We are a registered charity dedicated to improving the quality of life for the people of Cambridgeshire. We awarded over £3.8m grants in 2020/21 but we need support to do more.
We work with many partners to:
- Actively inspire philanthropy & increase permanent resources for Cambridgeshire
- Invest in important community programmes through grants
- Provide leadership on critical community issues
Over the past 18 months we have taken a leading role in response to the Coronavirus pandemic. CCF created the Cambridgeshire Coronavirus Community Fund, which raised and dispersed over £1.3m to projects tackling the impacts of the pandemic.
And that's on top of our normal work. We are an accredited member of the UK Community Foundation Network and have been supporting Cambridgeshire and Peterborough since 2004.Our unique approach is based upon empowering communities to identify how to enact positive change from the ground up. Last year we awarded almost £3.8 million to support our local communities and address need across our county.
The postholder will develop promotional campaigns, content, press coverage, social media content, digital communications, and marketing resources, working closely with the CEO, HoP and Grants team. This will inspire greater support for CCF and its work through a targeted programme of supporter engagement, stakeholder communications and brand building.
This post is a new role and will build on a strengthening profile for CCF, with a focus on target segments of corporates, High Net Worth individual donors, trusts and community fundraising.
- A new role to develop and implement CCF’s marketing & communications strategy
- Develop effective communications and marketing activities to promote CCF and engage with a wide range of stakeholders and new donors
- Build on CCF’s current profile to significantly grow profile and reach a broader audience and supporters
- Support the CEO and HoP to develop a donor pipeline by researching new opportunities and markets including private donors, corporate, professional advisor firms
- Create impactful marketing campaigns and resources to enable reach to these targets
- Support the Grants & Operations Manager to continuously improve CCF’s donor communications and to demonstrate impact
- Lead on specific marketing, communication, and events projects as and when required
- Create and add content to, curate and manage CCF’s website (a new one is under development and will require content creation and updating) to ensure that it is impactful, up-to-date, relevant, informative, accessible and user friendly
- Create marketing resources and content to help grow income streams with current donors, new donors, and securing legacies from current and potential donors
- Maximise the impact of CCF’s work and develop its brand through the planning, development, and delivery of internal and external communications through channels including website, newsletters, digital marketing, social media, and publications
- Ensure CCF branding is impactful, effective and is reflected consistently in all formats of communication throughout CCF
- Prepare and disseminate press releases to promote CCF and funded projects
- Support the CEO in developing CCF’s fundraising resources and community fundraising campaigns in partnership with local media
- Create content and lead the strategic use of social media (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and others) and support colleagues in their use
- Support the Marketing & Communications Committee, HoP and colleagues in the creation of successful events, leading on promotion, organisation and marketing
- Work with the grants team to develop fund reports, case studies and e-bulletins which are targeted to potential grant applicants and other stakeholder groups
- Work with the Grants & Operations Manager to promote CCF’s impact through impact reports, case studies, local media interaction, partnerships, and social media
- Support colleagues in enabling their own communication activities with blogs, social media support, copy writing and design
- Lead on promotion of the Friends of CCF scheme to recruit new Friends
- Work in accordance with the values, policies, and procedures of CCF.
- Work withing CCF’s performance management approach including setting & reviewing progress against objectives, training and other personal development as required.
- Assist the CEO in maintaining a strong relationship with the Board of Trustees, attending relevant board and Committee meetings.
- Promote equal opportunities (in terms of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, disability, and other forms of discrimination) throughout all aspects of CCF’s work.
- The post will require occasional travel across Cambridgeshire and occasionally other UK locations.
- The post holder will need to be flexible and adaptable and undertake such duties as may be reasonably requested from time to time by the CEO.
- Undertake any other duties which may, from time to time, be necessary to further the work of CCF
Attitudes, values and personal qualities
- Commitment to the mission and values of CCF and its role in promoting effective philanthropy, providing a service for major donors, and improving the lives of people and communities in Cambridgeshire - tackling inequality and overcoming disadvantage
- Passion for charity marketing & communications to raise awareness with donors, the community, and stakeholders
- Positive, resilient, and supportive of others
- Commitment to the principles of equal opportunities and respecting diversity
- At least two years’ experience of a marketing or communications role, whether through employment or voluntary work.
- Experience of creating content for various channels including website, social media, and marketing materials
- Experience of copy writing and digital marketing
- Experience of website content managements systems, ideally WordPress
- Hands-on provision of marketing, communications, and PR activities
- Experience of organising and promoting events
- Experience of community fundraising and appeals
- Knowledge of voluntary and community sector
- Experience of marketing to the corporate sector, local government, or high net worth individuals
- Experience of design, development of brand reach and impact
Qualifications & skills
- Excellent interpersonal skills and personal integrity
- Excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills
- Excellent IT skills, including website development, CMS, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, customer relationship management systems and communications tools.
- Experience of using social media in a professional/organisational environment.
- Good lateral thinking skills and an ability to develop creative strategies to engage donors and prospective donors in our word
- Ability to carry out research and present timely and relevant information
- Ability to develop a new role, organise time and work priorities, self-motivated, self-administrating and using initiative
- Ability to develop effective working with the CEO, colleagues, and wider stakeholders
- Ability to work as a member of a team, including a shared responsibility for motivating self and others
- Prepared to work in a blended way of home working with a base in our office in Cambridge. Also, to be able to travel around Cambridgeshire as occasionally required.
- In order to access the office, which is on Marshall’s airport site, all staff must complete DBS and security checks in order to obtain a security pass.
We treat everyone equally.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
SOS Children's Villages UK is going through an exciting period of growth, and we’re recruiting a Partnerships Manager to provide a critical role in the delivery of a new high-value strategic partnership.
Reporting to the Head of Corporate Partnerships, you will be responsible for managing and delivering key partnership activities, working closely with the Head of Programme Funding, SOS Children’s Villages International Office and in-country teams. Maximising all aspects of the partnership to make the greatest impact for the children and young people we support all over the world, as well as maintaining high standards of donor communications and accountability.
The SOS Children's Villages UK office is in Cambridge but this role can be largely home-based with regular travel to Cambridge, London and partners as required. You must also be able to travel internationally on an occasional basis.
Please see the attached job description for the person specification and how to apply for our Partnerships Manager role.
Applicants must be UK based (as must be able to travel within the UK as mentioned above), have the right to work in the UK and be able to produce the relevant valid documentation.
We will be unable to consider applications that do not have a cover letter.
Please note that Safer Recruitment procedures are in place as per our Safeguarding Policy.
Please email a copy of your CV and a tailored covering letter of no more than two A4 pages with the titles “your name cover letter” and “your name CV” to Holly Christie, Head of Corporate Partnerships.
The deadline for applications is 9am Monday 24th January 2022.
Interviews will be conducted virtually via Microsoft Teams in the week commencing 31 January 2022. With potential second-round interviews in the week commencing 7 January 2022.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We defend, define and change the law to protect the environment, uphold democracy and ensure no one is left behind.
Deadline for applications: 11pm 24 January 2022
About Good Law Project
Good Law Project’s mission is to achieve change through the law. We defend, define and change the law to protect the environment, uphold democracy and ensure no one is left behind. We hold government and others to account through challenges in the courts, or through campaigning for positive change.
We are a small and young organisation, but we have been expanding quickly, with increasingly prominent and successful legal cases: we had a primary role in overturning the prorogation of Parliament 21 months ago and have more recently been shining a bright light on the government’s award of PPE contracts and jobs to their friends and associates. We raise funds directly from the public for our work in the public interest, and operate on a not for profit basis. We are brave, honest and decisive – those are Good Law Project’s values. We recognise the value of our employees, individually and collectively. We entrust our commitment and investment in their welfare. Together, we can make a change.
See our website for more about what we do
We are now looking for a Partnerships Manager.
The full job description, personal specification, Good Law Project values and structure chart is located at the end of this job pack.
You will report to the Director of Partnerships. You can see how the role fits into the current Good Law Project team at the end of this job pack.
Salary: £43,000 per annum (pro rata for part time) with generous benefits including enhanced pension contribution, 25 days annual holidays plus public holidays
Hours: 35 per week over 5 days
Contract type: Permanent
The role is advertised as “full-time” however we would be willing to consider flexible options including part time hours
Location: Hybrid working with office in central London (subject to any COVID-19 restrictions) and options for flexibility to work from home
About the role
Good Law Project is a not for profit that uses the law for a better world.
We are looking for someone who can imagine a future in which discrete communities cohere around what they have in common and who also has the skills to bring that world closer.
We want to extend our reach in civil society through forming, strengthening and diversifying partnerships and collaborations, all in service of our mission of using the law for a better world.
We envisage partnering with organisations who work with communities or on issues in which we have a shared interest, who have particular operational strengths Good Law Project lacks, or who deliver functions Good Law Project would like to promote, particularly around how the law can be used to catalyse the desire for a better world.
The successful applicant will have a solution-focused, proactive mindset, good communications and people skills and love finding opportunities and making connections that others might not see.
We recognise that experience and skills can be gained in a variety of ways including through lived experience, personal life and professional career and welcome applications that meet the person specification through any of these.
How to apply: Please send us one 3-page document consisting of:
your CV (max one page)
your covering letter of no more than two pages outlining:
why you are interested in the role
how you meet the requirements
what motivates you to work at Good Law Project
how your skills and experience would make you a suitable candidate for this role
whether you consider yourself to have a disability or not
Your desired hours and working pattern if less than 35 hours/5 days per week
Where you found out about the job opportunity
include details of two referees
Your availability on 3 February 2022 for interview
We ask all candidates to send their 3-page document to to the email address shown in the job pack, located on our website using the subject heading, “Partnerships Manager". The deadline for application is 11pm 24 January 2022.
Interview details: We intend to hold interviews for short-listed candidates via Zoom on 3 February 2022 with the likelihood of second interviews the following week. If you cannot make this date, please let us know in your covering letter. It’s important that you check your junk mail for emails from Good Law Project as well as your main inbox.
Encouragement of equal opportunity and reasonable adjustments: We welcome and encourage applicants from all backgrounds and do not discriminate on the basis of age, disability (physical or learning), LGBT or relationship status, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion and belief, sex or social class. We particularly welcome applications from BAME candidates and/or those with lived experience of disadvantage.
We guarantee to interview all applicants who consider themselves to have a disability provided they meet the essential criteria for the role. If this applies to you, please flag that you have a disability in your cover email and we will contact you to check if there are any adjustments or special arrangements that you need to help you with either the application process or for an interview.
Good Law Project
Job Description and Person Specification
Job title: Partnerships Manager
Job Purpose: The overall aim of this role is to extend Good Law Project’s reach by scoping and supporting the development and implementation of partnerships with organisations which are aligned to and have a shared interest in the values and strategy of Good Law Project.
The post-holder will work with the Director of Partnerships to create an environment in which progressive civil society aligns to deliver functions that Good Law Project would like to foster to enhance our operational strengths and expertise. This includes the development of legal models that promote community involvement and engagement. This work will all be in service of a mission which uses the law for a better world.
Reports to: Director of Partnerships of Good Law Project (line manager).
Responsible for: N/A (no direct reports)
Duties and key responsibilities
Work with the Director of Partnerships to implement Good Law Project strategy in this space, including:
Scanning civil society to identify gaps and opportunities in line with Good Law Project’s interests and mission, and identifying other organisations with whom Good Law Project could develop mutually beneficial relationships
Scoping new opportunities through e.g. desk research, compiling reports, sector and community outreach
Sharing Good Law Project’s offer to and expectations of potential partners
Report regularly on progress as required
Liaise with other Good Law Project team members on their partnership work and support as needed
Scope discussions and act as first point of contact with external civil society actors/groups, in keeping with the models and approaches defined above, helping to build a network of actual and potential partners and collaborators for Good Law Project
Undertake the above in full collaboration with other teams in Good Law Project and in compliance with relevant company policies
Contribute to the development of future business plans.
Person Specification – Partnerships Manager
We recognise that experience and skills can be gained in a variety of ways including through lived experience, personal life and professional career and welcome applications that meet the person specification through any of these
Experienced at managing multiple projects
Good attention to detail and organised
Good at building relationships with different types of people and groups
Familiarity with different models for collaboration such as participatory approaches and collective decision-making
Familiarity with and interest in different social enterprise models
Skills and Abilities
Able to see things from different perspectives and shape communication style and content accordingly
Ability to overcome obstacles creatively and ethically
Proven ability to innovate and offer creative thought and solutions to a broad spectrum of issues
Self-motivated with ability to work unsupervised, but can also work cooperatively and flexibly as part of a team
Commitment to a high standard of professional behaviours, including collaboration, honesty and integrity
Flexibility and adaptability in your attitude and approach to work, with a willingness to ‘muck in’ and support the team with whatever might arise, working towards a common objective
Capable of clear and effective communication face to face, in writing and over the telephone/ Zoom
Self-confident and able to take initiative but also to work effectively within a formal governance structure
Ability to manage multiple demands while consistently meeting deadlines
Strong interpersonal skills e.g. approachable and able to demonstrate empathy whilst being clear about boundaries and organisational requirements
Knowledge and understanding of UK civil society
Understanding of managing complex relationships
Knowledge of project management techniques
Good Law Project does not require specific qualifications for this position as long as your experience speaks to the requirements of the role
Commitment to the core values and ethos of Good Law Project
Commitment to anti-discriminatory practice and equal opportunities and an ability to apply awareness of diversity issues to all areas of work
Commitment to a high standard of professional behaviours, including collaboration, honesty and integrity.
Interested and motivated to further your own skills and knowledge.
We are brave and bold
We are fearless of those we take on and the issues we confront
We challenge injustice where we see it, even if the odds are stacked against us
We take strategic risks and are open to the possibility of failure
We challenge each other when it’s in the best interests of Good Law Project, even if it’s uncomfortable
As employees we step into more responsibility outside of our comfort zone
● We are honest, open and trustworthy
● We default to transparency both internally and externally
● We proactively share information
● We hold our hands up if we get something wrong
● We are candid about our successes and about our failures.
● We are decisive, nimble and responsive
● We are responsive to the changing world
● We take decisive action to turn ideas into reality
● As individuals, we are flexible to the needs of the organisation
● We balance processes and outcomes, recognising that good processes are more likely to deliver good outcomes
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Established in 1876, Mothers’ Union is a Christian organisation that has been supporting families for over 140 years. We have over 4 million members worldwide, 55,000 of whom in Britain and Ireland. As a Christian Charity, we aim to demonstrate faith in action through the transformation of communities worldwide. Our members work at grassroots level around the world bringing hope and practical support to at least a million people every year through our programmes and as part of the volunteer base of local churches.
Job Purpose and Objectives
- To lead on innovative fundraising campaigns and exciting new fundraising product development across the Mothers' Union movement.
- To support and develop defined supporter journeys that enhance and grow relationships.
- To secure new corporate relationships to develop a corporate portfolio with a view to long-term corporate support, supported by the Head of Fundraising, Communications and Membership.
Individual Fundraising (80%):
- Co-ordinate all Appeals to achieve annual targets and KPIs.
- Managing an expenditure budget of £100k to deliver agreed income targets.
- Line manage the Fundraising Officer and the development of donor relationships.
- Supplier and agency management; maintain efficient and good relationships with partner agencies to ensure maximum value for Mothers’ Union.
- Negotiate contracts with agencies to maximise value for Mothers’ Union.
- Report on campaign performance on a monthly basis and to continuously monitor performance against agreed financial and non-financial KPIs.
- Responsible for ensuring Mothers’ Union’s direct marketing activity is in line with compliance and best practice as per ICO, IOF and the Fundraising Regulator.
- Responsible for monitoring agency compliance; to ensure that our internal controls for monitoring agency compliance are adhered to in order to ensure donor satisfaction and to mitigate against reputational and financial risk to the Charity.
- Responsible for delivery of new fundraising products for appeals
- Sustain the development of our Legacy Programme for members and supporters across the UK.
- Undertake Prospect research for potential corporate partnerships that would link into existing Mothers’ Union appeals, campaigns and events.
- Develop and deliver creative pitches to secure corporate support against KPI’s and targets.
- Account manage, report to and steward all corporate partnerships meeting agreed income targets and track and sharing updates on process on a monthly basis.
- Develop a range of approaches, products and materials that support corporate fundraising activity.
Skills, Knowledge & Experience
- Experience of project managing fundraising or marketing campaigns through a wide range of media, within a Charity, agency or commercial environment.
- Thorough understanding of how fundraising techniques can be used to recruit and retain supporters (individual/corporate) in order to maximize their lifetime value.
- A track record of effective income generation from individuals and Corporates
- Excellent creative writing skills with a proven ability to write promotional materials, including fundraising copy and correspondence to organisations and individuals at all levels.
- Attention to detail and ability to conduct work accurately and consistently in keeping with high professional standards.
- Effective interpersonal skills - ability to engage with a wide range of people both through written and verbal communication.
- Experience of managing staff.
- High level of computer literacy including experience of using website content management systems and a good understanding of databases and their use in marketing effectively to donors and members.
- Excellent user of MS Office particularly using Excel for data analysis.
- Excellent administrative and project management skills – an ability to effectively manage workload and meet set deadlines.
- Excellent negotiation skills and ability to confidently liaise with people.
- Highly numerate with experience of maintaining budget reporting systems and reporting on targets set.
- A willingness to work outside of office hours and to undertake work outside of office hours that may mean working at various venues around the UK & Ireland that may require an overnight stay.
- An organised and flexible approach to work, able to work within a changing organisation and respond quickly to changes and/or information as requested.
- An understanding of the core values of Mothers’ Union and passion for our work.
- Educated to A’ level or equivalent or possess a higher degree.
- A recognised qualification in Fundraising or Marketing would be highly advantageous.
- The responsibilities in this post may be adapted or changed in line with the needs of Mothers’ Union. Other duties may be added or requested as a result.
- The responsibilities outlined are not an exhaustive list of tasks and the post holder may be asked to undertake other reasonable duties in connection with the work of the team.
- The responsibilities in this post will require the post holder to work within a team and cross functionally with other teams to achieve the objectives.
- A broad sympathy with the Christian faith.
This role is primarily based at our head office in Central London. Mothers’ Union is currently operating a hybrid working pattern (during times when working from home rules are relaxed) where staff are required to work a minimum two days from office. However, there will be occasions where staff will need to work from office for more than the 2 day minimum due to operational requirements at certain times.
How to Apply
If you are interested in this position, please apply by sending your CV and a Cover Letter via CharityJob.
The Cover Letter should clearly outline how your skills match the main responsibilities of the role.
The closing date for applications is 25th January 2022. Due to the number of applications we receive, we may not be able to individually respond to each applicant. If we do not get in touch with you within 4 weeks from the application deadline, then unfortunately you have not been shortlisted for this position.
Mothers’ Union is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to create an inclusive environment for all employees.
Praxis is a vibrant human rights charity rooted in East London, providing pan-London services and contributing to national and European debate, policy and practice. We have over 35 years’ experience of working with migrant communities. Every year we support over 2,000 people; providing expert legal advice, welfare projects and peer support. We build community, challenge exclusion and discrimination, influence policy, improve services and inspire solidarity with migrants. We played a leading role in exposing the Windrush scandal and have invested in advocacy and campaigning to achieve better outcomes for more people. We have a new Strategic Plan that sets out these ambitions.
This is an exciting time in our development and we're looking for an experienced, ambitious, dynamic Head of Fundraising and Communications to work with the Chief Executive as part of the senior leadership team.
You will have a proven track record in securing large multi-year awards, as well as experience of developing and expanding a trust fund portfolio and individual giving. You will work with the senior team and CEO to develop and implement an income strategy to underpin our strategic plan. You will lead on internal and external communications ensuring high standards and compelling copy that demonstrates our impact, reflects our policy aims and ensures Praxis can secure the funds and deliver the changes we want to see.
With a strong background in Trust fundraising, you will have a proven ability and passion for relationship management and producing successful and well written proposals. You will also have experience and enthusiasm to lead and oversee strategies to build our individual and corporate giving.
Income generation: the post holder will have a critical role in developing ambitious and achievable targets to match our vision for growth. In 2020/21 our income was £2.4 million; approximately 44% of this was from trusts and foundations. Our target is to increase the number of trusts that support us and substantially increase unrestricted income. In 2021 we created a new role of digital engagement manager, and you will ensure the postholder is well supported and directed to achieve a step-change in our individual giving.
We are an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourage applications from those with lived experience of migration, and from diverse applicants regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marital/civil partnership status, race, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation, or pregnancy/maternity leave status.
Please note we reserve the right to close this campaign as soon as we find the right candidate, so early application (by CV and covering letter setting out why you are applying and how you meet the person specification) is recommended.
Closing date: midday Monday 24th January
You will be responsible for the public and professional communications of the charity, including national publicity for our work in health services development, medical research, income generation and high-profile campaigns. The role will include building our profile and engaging the public in our vision and mission and increasing their understanding of Crohn’s and Colitis. You will deliver high-quality communications activities to help us to reach the 500,000 people diagnosed with Crohn’s and Colitis in the UK, strengthening our community and ensuring that everyone who needs our help can access it.
Working at the heart of the organisation, you will collaborate with teams across the charity to build our communications programme, increase profile, improve brand recognition and trust, generate national media coverage, harness the support of our celebrity and Ambassador supporters and deliver thought-leadership activity to influence key audiences. You will also develop and implement excellent internal processes to ensure communications and brand management is robust and consistent across the organisation.
You will be a talented, experienced communications professional with the skills to gain cut-through with key audiences and inspire positive, urgent action on issues including early diagnosis, improved treatments, fundraising and profile raising.
You will bring Crohn’s & Colitis UK’s work to life through compelling storytelling and impactful activity, increasing engagement with our key audiences and supporting our ambitious 3-year strategy. You will be an excellent copy writer and enthusiastic collaborator with experience of budgeting and financial management as well as supervising staff.
If you like the sound of this position and think you have what we are looking for then it would be great to hear from you.
The charity is at a really exciting point. We are in excellent financial health and moving to a new strategy which will give you the chance to put a personal stamp on the actions we are taking to improve the quality of life for people with Crohn’s and Colitis.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Tools for Self Reliance is a rarity amongst charities – our work genuinely transforms lives. Every tool we send, every new skill learnt, means a person, a family, a community, benefits. And that means every penny we raise will help transform a life. This job isn’t for the faint hearted – it’s fast paced, busy and demanding. Our fundraising team raises almost every penny of our income. So, an experienced fundraiser who genuinely wants to make a difference, really will.
You must be passionate, determined and committed to making a difference in people’s lives. You will have a strong fundraising background and leadership experience, with experience across multiple income streams. You will need the drive to build on a successful programme, chase new and untested opportunities, and achieve significant income growth.
You will be able to think outside the box and have experience of developing and putting a fundraising strategy into practice to ensure key objectives are met or exceeded. Ideally you will also understand how effective communication can drive fundraising activity and be able to integrate consistent messaging across multiple channels.
You will be able to forge excellent working relationships and be able to support and challenge your team to thrive and deliver across a diverse income portfolio to achieve ambitious targets; with an overall income target in excess of £600,000.
You will be a resilient individual and a team player able to work flexibly and at pace to get the job done.
This role is a permanent position at 0.8 FTE (30 hours per week) and based in the North West.
Please note: Your application will be assessed based on your written application answers, not your CV. Please provide as much detail as possible within the word limit.
About the role:
To be a part of a high performing team that builds and maintains partnerships with local authorities (LAs) and children’s trusts nationally, in order to develop and support 600+ Fellows (alumni) annually through our key programmes. This is directly linked to achieving Frontline’s organisational objective of having 4,000 impactful Fellows by 2025, who will create social change for children without a safe or stable home.
A little bit about you:
We are looking for an account management / business development / relationship management professional that will consistently deliver on sales targets for our programmes, and develop and maintain strong relationships with our partners for high satisfaction rates.
We believe that diversity makes for a stronger team and want our organisation to better reflect the communities we serve. Therefore, we are actively seeking applicants from ethnic minority backgrounds for this role. We are also a disability confident employer and welcome applicants with disabilities. Please let us know how we can make the recruitment process more accessible for you by emailing our People team, the email address is on the link to this job advert.
We only accept applications through our non-biased recruitment website, Pinpoint.