Community fundraiser jobs near City Of London, England
Salary and benefits:
Salary of up to £24,000 (full time equivalent of £30,000 per annum) for 4 days per week + 3% employer pension contribution.
20 days annual leave (pro rata)
We are happy to discuss flexible working options. Occasional evening working for events is required. This is a one-year fixed term contract, with the scope to extend beyond this if funding allows.
The role will be based remotely and expenses will be paid within reason. There may be a requirement for occasional travel to Manchester for meetings or to other locations in the UK for events.
Peaches Womb Cancer Trust is the leading UK charity dedicated to improving the lives of those with and affected by womb cancer, the 4th most common cancer in women. We aim to support women, raise awareness and fund and promote research.
Peaches Womb Cancer Trust is currently run by a dedicated team of volunteers. We are delighted to have obtained sufficient funding to allow us to hire our first employee - a Fundraising and Operations Manager who will help us to take our organisation to the next level.
The purpose of this role is to coordinate and manage the running of the charity, to organise events, to build upon and expand fundraising activities (including grants and trusts fundraising), to develop our marketing and communications and to build relationships with service users, funders and other organisations. The employee will be required to prepare documents for meetings, to ensure that the accounts are prepared in a timely manner and that good records are kept of our activities. They will also liaise with and provide administrative support to the Trustees and volunteers to facilitate the smooth running of the charity. This post is vital to ensuring that we can support our fantastic community and grow Peaches Womb Cancer Trust.
We are looking for someone with experience in the charity sector who is motivated and tenacious. There is enormous potential for Peaches Womb Cancer Trust to grow and an opportunity for career progression for a proactive and ambitious individual.
- To act as a key point of contact for organisations and individuals contacting the charity
- To support and coordinate the work of the Trustees and volunteers, ensuring good governance and compliance with statutory requirements, supporting the Board in performing its responsibilities, attending and contributing to Trustee meetings and preparing reports as requested
- To ensure financial management and procedures with the support of the Trustees and an accountant
- Organise, coordinate and oversee patient information and support events for the charity
- Organise, coordinate and oversee fundraising activities and events for the charity
- Coordinate fundraising applications for grants, trusts and foundations
- Coordinating with the volunteers who run the charity’s website and social media channels to ensure content is up to date and engaging
- Manage the charity’s volunteer and supporter database
- Ensure that donations are acknowledged in an appropriate and timely manner and are correctly identified within the charity’s records
- Maintain all Charity Commission requirements
- Undertake general administration duties of all kinds
- Evidence of administration experience in the charity sector gained in a paid or voluntary role
- Knowledge and experience of banking and charitable finances
- Knowledge of governance in the voluntary or public sector
- A track record of fundraising successes within community and individual giving
- Ability to communicate with a diverse range of people including healthcare professionals
- Working knowledge of office IT and social media
- Experience in working with and managing volunteers
- Experience of trust and foundation fundraising
- Experience of managing events
- Knowledge of data privacy requirements for personal and sensitive personal information.
- Strongly motivated, self-organised and able to work from own initiative
- Applicants must have the right to live and work in the UK. Unfortunately work permit applications cannot be supported.
- A professional fundraising qualification
- Experience of growing an organisation
- Knowledge of Wordpress or other website hosting software
- Experience of using social media channels for an organisation
- Experience of managing staff
- Creative, resilient and comfortable with lone working
Through working for Peaches Womb Cancer Trust the successful candidate will have an opportunity to expand our small organisation, work closely with a small, friendly and enthusiastic team of trustees and volunteers and share in the growth and success of the charity. There is scope for creativity, innovation and opportunities for learning and growth. As we are a newly-established charity the employee will gain a varied experience in this role as we build our organisation. The job role will involve working with our growing community of people affected by womb cancer who are enormously supportive of our charity, allowing the successful candidate to be part of something special and genuinely see the impact that their work is making.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Regional Fundraising Manager to join our Community Fundraising and Events team. This role covers the West of England (including Wales and Northern Ireland), the ideal candidate will be based within the region. You will join us working 35 hours per week for a period of up to 18 months and in return you will receive a competitive salary of up to £33,884.72 per annum plus excellent benefits.
Cats Protection is the UK’s leading feline welfare charity with a nationwide network of adoption and homing centres, volunteer-run branches and charity shops. During 2021, we helped 137,000 cats and kittens. That's the equivalent of around 375 cats a day!
The Community Fundraising and Events department sits within the Marketing and Income Generation Directorate. Community Fundraising is delivered by our National team who support our network of local branches, centres and volunteers to raise funds within their communities. We are a busy department with lots of exciting things in the pipeline and the Regional Fundraising Manager is an integral part of this growth.
Responsibilities of our Regional Fundraising Manager:
As Regional Fundraising Manager you will have full responsibility for developing and increasing Cats Protection community fundraising in your defined region. You will research, identify and promote new and existing fundraising activities and third-party fundraisers with support from the Income Generation department
What we’re looking for in our Regional Fundraising Manager:
- Significant fundraising experience
- Experience of managing multiple and sometimes conflicting priorities in an efficient and effective way
- Have excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate effectively
- Flexible to attend evening and weekend meeting and undertake extensive travel throughout your region
What we can offer you:
- salary of up to £33,884.72 per annum plus excellent benefits
- generous annual leave entitlement
- contribution pension scheme
- life assurance scheme
- range of health benefits
- Employee Assistance Programme
- and more
Join us as our Regional Fundraising Manager and know you are helping to make a real difference to cats and kittens across the UK!
Unfortunately, we cannot accept applications or CVs that are emailed to us directly. Please note any applications received after the closing date may not be responded to.
Closing date: 12th July 2022
Virtual interview date: 18th July 2022
Please note, should we receive a large amount of applications for this vacancy, we reserve the right to close this vacancy prior to the advertised closing date.
Cats Protection is committed to safeguarding children and adults at risk and protecting anyone that comes into contact with us from harm. We expect all employees and volunteers to share this commitment.
Location: Clapham, Robertson Street Hostel
Contract type: Permanent
Closing date: 12.07.22 ; Interview date: 21.07.22
At Thames Reach we are committed to helping homeless and vulnerable people to live in decent homes, build supportive relationships and lead fulfilling lives. Our vision is to end street homelessness.
We are looking for a capable and enthusiastic Lead Worker to join the team at Robertson Street Hostel, our accommodation project in Lambeth. Robertson Street forms part of Lambeth’s Vulnerable Adults Pathway, accommodating clients over 40 with a mix of support needs.
This is a fantastic opportunity for someone who is keen to develop their knowledge and skills and play a role in shaping the provision of our support work. As a bridge between front line staff and management the lead worker role is also an excellent introduction into the senior roles within hostels.
• support and encourage clients to become more independent
• maximise income and reduce arrears
• increase move on and throughput in the hostel
• ensure the environment is safe, healthy, and reflective of our ethos and supports our client’s aims
• be outcome focussed, fostering a culture of high performance and continual improvement on your and the team’s successes
To succeed as the Lead Worker you will be:
• organised and efficient in your work
• excellent at communicating and problem solving
• confident in your ability to support clients
• competent at using a computer and a range of software packages
• committed to developing your knowledge and skills
• responsive and flexible to the needs of the team and the clients
As well as a great working environment we offer:
- 29 days holiday
- Excellent learning and development opportunities
- 6.5% employer contributory pension (with employee contributing 1.5%)
- Cycle to work and season ticket load scheme
- Employee assistance programme
Thames Reach is committed to achieving a diverse workforce that reflects the communities we serve. We value, respect, and celebrate diversity. We welcome and encourage applicants from all sections of the community regardless of their history of homelessness, sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, or religious belief.
About the role
3 x permanent Funding Officer opportunities
In the role of Funding Officer you will join the vibrant, friendly team in the North West region helping to make sure our funding supports a wide variety of communities and places locally. We are looking for talented local people from a wide range of backgrounds, cultures and experiences who share our values and are passionate about making a difference through funding. Whether through lived or gained experience you will really understand the communities we work with.
As a member of the funding team you will assess applications for funding and manage grants from our Reaching Communities and Partnerships programmes. You will use your local knowledge and experience, and the experience of our grant holders and local stakeholders, to ensure we are making the best decisions on the grants we make. By working closely with people and communities in a defined geographical area, you will understand what matters to them and where our funding can make the biggest difference.
Alongside gaining an understanding of our vision, our commitment to equity and inclusion and our funding programmes, you will be responsible for your own caseload; liaising with grant recipients, visiting projects, identifying and managing risks, supporting organisations to deliver their projects and measure their impact.
You will need to understand and respond to the different needs of our applicants and grant holders by providing advice and feedback and be willing to have challenging but constructive conversations.
Part of your role will be to represent the Fund within your local area including at funding fairs and external meetings and create opportunities for people to come together. Sharing learning from your conversations, events, grant holder reports and evaluations you will support the Fund in maximining our impact as a grant maker.
We are recruiting 3 posts, the successful candidates will live in the North West. Specifically, we are recruiting to the Greater Manchester, Merseyside and Lancashire teams – we are particularly interested in hearing from people who live in or have experience of working in Oldham, Rochdale, Wigan, Trafford, Burnley, Blackburn, Darwen.
Contract Type: Permanent - 3 roles
Hours: Full time, 37 hours per week
Interview Date: W/C 25th July 2022
Location: North West with regular travel within your team’s specific area
We are looking for talented people from a wide range of backgrounds, cultures and experiences who share our values and are passionate about making a difference through our funding. Whether through lived or gained experience you will really understand the communities we work with.
You will have:
- An ability to adapt quickly, decisively and with full commitment to new processes and systems and the confidence to use your judgement, take initiative and challenge when appropriate.
- Communication skills: Strong listening, written and verbal communication with an emphasis on written communication for assessment purposes.
- Relational skills: Ability to nurture, develop and promote effective relationships and communication with colleagues, community organisations and other external agencies with a strong commitment to equity and inclusion
- Analytical skills: Ability to assess a high volume of applications, make good judgements, challenge when appropriate and manage risk.
Ideally you will live within the geographical area you are covering or have excellent knowledge of that area. You will be a remote worker, working from several locations across the area, including your home and our offices with the expectation that you will be flexible in order to get the best outcomes for our customers.
- Knowledge of the local areas you would be covering and their charity sectors. Experience working with under-represented communities in the area is particularly desirable.
- Understanding of financial planning and business plans, ability to analyse accounts and numerical data.
- Demonstrable IT skills and the ability to learn detailed processes quickly and accurately.
- An ability to manage your own workload with minimal supervision
- Demonstrate attention to detail across all aspects of data management
The ability to drive and access to a vehicle is beneficial for this role but not essential.
We seek to develop our staff and offer a wide range of personal development opportunities.
We offer a wide range of generous benefits including:
- Generous annual leave and company pension scheme
- Flexible working to support staff with their work/life balance, taking into account things such as caring responsibilities, worship and attendance at religious festivals
- Enhanced paid maternity, paternity and adoption leave
- Season ticket and cycle to work loans
- Paid volunteering leave
Communities in the UK come in all shapes and sizes. National Lottery funding is for everyone – we are committed to equity, diversity and inclusion and work hard to ensure our funding reaches where it is needed.
We also believe our people should represent the communities, organisations and individuals we work with. We are committed to being an inclusive and great place to work, and recognise our people come from diverse backgrounds. As such we particularly welcome applications from people with disabilities, Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic (B.A.M.E) backgrounds, LGBTQ+ and from different socio-economic and educational backgrounds.
We are proud to be a Disability Confident Employer. We welcome applications from disabled people and will proactively make reasonable adjustments if needed through the recruitment process and during employment. This can be related to a physical and mental health conditions.
We are also proud to be a Stonewall Diversity Champion, supporting our commitment to being a great place to work for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) staff.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We are recruiting a Senior Fundraising Officer – Trusts and Foundations, who will play a key role in our small and successful fundraising team. A confident and capable fundraiser, you will bring vital capacity to this side of our income generation and work closely with the CEO, Senior Leadership Team and Fundraising Manager.
About the role
This Senior Fundraising Officer role is a new position, ideal for a creative and ambitious fundraiser who is seeking a role where there is an opportunity to develop and step up professionally.
If successful, you will join a small fundraising team where from the start, you will enjoy real responsibility. In this new role, you will work on a diverse range of funding proposals and have the autonomy to lead on the management of your own portfolio of funders. You will also work alongside senior staff, including our CEO and Senior Leadership Team, to develop larger, strategically significant proposals.
Although your main focus will be fundraising from Charitable Trusts and Foundations, you will have the chance to broaden your experience by working with the Fundraising Manager to develop and maintain the fundraising presence on our website and social media. You will also provide administrative support for the team, including keeping up-to-date records.
In this role, you will be home-based or London office-based (Vauxhall). We pride ourselves on being a flexible employer and if you are seeking a role that is 3–4 days a week, we are open to discussion. Apply and let us know what working pattern you are looking for.
In return, we offer: a generous 30 days’ annual leave plus bank holidays (pro rata if part-time), a cycle to work programme and auto-enrolment into a pension scheme, a flexible working environment, including home working, compressed and variable hours, access to employee resource groups, including the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion working group, Wellbeing Committee, regular social activities and a Wellbeing Action Plan for each member of staff. And as part of our People Strategy, we are proud to offer many learning opportunities.
Kinship is the leading charity in England and Wales for kinship carers – relatives and friends who raise children when their parents aren’t able to. We offer kinship carers expert advice as well as financial, legal, practical and emotional support and understanding from the moment they need it, for as long as they need it. We’re always there to help with the complicated and stressful decisions that so many kinship families have to make, as well as to celebrate the good times.
Working alongside kinship carers and the children they raise, with their voices and views at the fore, we build communities of support and give everything we have to fight for each family and their rights, as well as to raise awareness of kinship care and secure better support for all those playing this critical role.
For further details about the role, please refer to the attached job specification.
To apply, please click the Apply button to send us your CV and cover letter, along with a completed Equal Opportunities form.
Interviews will be arranged as suitable candidates are identified, so early application is strongly advised.
Apply with a CV and 1–2-page supporting statement, along with a completed Equal Opportunities questionnaire, which can be found on our website.
About the role
Salary: £26,000 to £29,000 per annum (depending on experience)
Hours: Full-time, 37.5 hours per week, Monday to Friday from 9 am to 5 pm
Location: Hybrid (40% working in the office in Newham)
In this role, you will be responsible for developing the community fundraising plans, as well as supporting individual giving income for the charity. It is an important role within the team, who are responsible for raising the profile of the organisation and the experiences of those we are here to help and mobilise support to the cause.
You will also play a key role in acquiring and stewarding supporters, including individuals taking part in challenge events, community clubs and associations, schools and faith groups, as well as one-off and regular donors, and legacy pledgers. They will ensure an excellent supporter experience so that both existing and prospective donors feel valued and informed about the impact our supporters are making.
You will report to the Communications and Supporter Manager and will work closely with the wider team and Chief Executive. While this is a hybrid role, with 40% of time-based at our office in Newham, you will be required to have a strong local presence and the flexibility to attend meetings and events in the community in addition to the time spent in the office.
Key responsibilities include:
- Be the first point of contact for all fundraising enquiries, providing information, support and materials quickly and efficiently.
- Devise, implement and manage community-based engagement initiatives and events that raise the profile of Caritas Anchor House and lead to increasing levels of public support.
- Work collaboratively with volunteers and the Community Partnerships Team to ensure adequate support for fundraising activity and outreach opportunities.
- Support the Individual Giving and Legacies Specialist to develop and implement campaigns and donor journeys.
- Ensure all communications meet fundraising best practice, as well as our brand guidelines and organisational values.
We would like to hear from you if you:
- Experience working in a fundraising environment and achieving financial targets
- Confident public speaker with the ability to deliver engaging presentations
- Experience in using a supporter database
- Excellent IT skills including Microsoft packages
- Understanding of the principles of supporter care and passion for delighting supporters
- Strong planning and organisational skills including project planning, reporting, and follow-up, personal self-management, and work administration
When applying don't forget to answer the questions in our application process to tell us more about how you meet the skills, knowledge, and experience to be successful in this role.
At Caritas Anchor House, we are proud of our inclusive workplace where we celebrate difference, value everyone’s contribution, and where people of all backgrounds and cultures can thrive. We do not accept discrimination or harassment, and all our recruitment decisions are based on fair and open competition, with appointments on merit. We are committed to growing our workplace further by making sure that our teams are as diverse and inclusive as they can be. We welcome applications from everyone and encourage people with lived experience of homelessness, a disability, and from ethnic minority backgrounds to apply. This is to ensure we are taking positive action in order to achieve our legitimate aim of a balanced representation in our teams, at all levels. We want to foster a culture in which everyone is united around our shared mission and values, and in which our people are active participants in our success.
Please note that we only accept applicants with the Right to Work in the UK. This post is subject to an Enhanced DBS check.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Charity People are thrilled to be working with the British Heart Foundation to recruit a Fundraising Manager to join their busy and successful team in Cheshire.
Location: Field based role covering Cheshire
Contract: 12-Month FTC (maternity)
Salary: £32,050 - £33,050 including car allowance (basic salary £27,500 - £28,500) + benefits
Flexible working, life and family-friendly
This is a really exciting opportunity for someone to join a super successful fundraising team. As this role is maternity cover you will be doing a real mix of community and corporate fundraising. The COTY relationships are up and running so this will be a great opportunity to account manage and steward some regional corporates! This is a diverse role where no two days are the same. You'll focus on achieving ambitious income targets through identifying, securing and managing community fundraising partnerships. You'll also lead on the recruitment, management and support of fundraising group networks, supporters, and volunteer fundraisers within the community to maximise income in Cheshire.
This is such a fantastic opportunity for someone who is tenacious and driven, with a proven track record of fundraising at a community level and delivering significant income. You'll be a relationship builder at heart, someone who thrives on forging new relationships through meaningful and authentic connections, whether that be from fundraising groups, committees or new volunteer groups in your area.
Life and family-friendly culture with flexible working. You will be joining a brave and ambitious team, every one of them as passionate as you are about making an impact on funding life-saving science.
Generous benefits include 30 days holiday plus public/bank holidays, private medical insurance, dental health cover and contribution towards your gym membership, learning & development training, Pension - 8% employee and 10% employer contributions.
To apply: Please get in touch with a copy of your CV or profile in the first instance to Ellen Drummond at Charity People.
Closing date: ASAP
Charity People actively promotes equality, diversity and inclusion. We match charity needs with 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. We do this because we know greater diversity will lead to even greater results for the charities we work with.
Charity People is thrilled to be working with a leading children and baby hospices, in their search for a Fundraising Assistant. This is a new and exciting role within the fundraing team.
Location: North East London/Essex, Hybrid/Flexible working options
Hours: 35 hours
About the Charity
Their mission: To provide a home away from home; to provide the highest quality palliative and holistic care to help local families to cope with the challenges of looking after a terminally ill baby or child in a warm, loving environment.
About the role
This is the perfect entry-level role for an enthusiastic and keen individual who wants to start their career in Community & Events Fundraising as you'll learn about different fundraising income streams through supporting the community fundraising, and challenge and charity-owned events whilst the team deliver an ambitious growth target.
- You'll provide excellent stewardship to supporters and provide support for all presentations, talks and charity events across the fundraising team.
- You will provide admin support and keep the database up to date and accurate.
- You will support on creating social media communication, updating and editing the web pages and producing marketing materials.
- There will be plenty of training and personal development provided by the team.
- Keen to learn and develop within community and events fundraising.
- Skilled in IT and administrative tasks
- Excellent at building relationships
- Skilled at liaising with key stakeholders at all levels.
- Enthusiastic and driven
- Organised and able to work under pressure in fast-paced environments to tight deadline
- Great attention to detail.
Closing date: June 27th However applications will be considered on a rolling basis, so apply asap as the role may close early.
If you're interested in hearing more about this great opportunity, please send your CV to Tanya White at Charity People.
Charity People actively promotes equality, diversity, and inclusion. We match charity needs with 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. We do this because we know greater diversity will lead to even greater results for the charities we work with.
NL Recruitment is currently looking for a Fundraising Officer for The Royal Parks, an environment related charity.
Working closely with the Head of Fundraising, you will help the organisation launch and develop its first individual giving programme. You will also:
- Design, develop and implement individual giving campaigns and programmes
- Work closely with digital team to develop digital fundraising programme
- Ensure excellent supporter stewardship
- Manage campaign budgets and provide analysis and reports for each campaigns
We are looking for an exceptional Fundraising Officer who has experience of leading supporter development programmes. You will also have:
- Experience in direct marketing techniques and channels - mails, inserts, emails, digital
- Experience in managing and reporting on campaign budgets
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- Project management skills
NL Recruitment is currently looking for a Fundraising Integration Lead - Liverpool/ North West England for a national health related charity.
Working closely with the Head of Fundraising Caring Services Integration, you will develop and deliver plans to optimise voluntary income in line with organisation's fundraising strategy. You will also:
- Demonstrate how integral voluntary income and fundraising is to staff and volunteers, represent all fundraising teams and act as a lead point of contact for Caring Services
- Ensure fundraising messaging is visible and prevalent throughout the hospice
- Act as a lead point of contact and source of local insight for centrally based teams
- Support local media activity as required
Our client is looking for a passionate Fundraising Integration Lead who has experience in coordinating multiple projects. You will also have:
- Understanding of the voluntary or health sectors
- Excellent communication skills
- Good interpersonal and relationship building skills
- Excellent presentation skills
Everyone has the right to live life to the full. After a diagnosis of a chest or heart condition or a stroke, many people experience fear and isolation and struggle with the impact on their lives. Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland won’t stand for that. The care and support we deliver every day ensures everyone can live the life they want to.
This post is flexible in terms of location as it is home based - the HQ is in Edinburgh. Travel expenses are reimbursed and the Full Time Working Week at CHSS is 32.5 hours. Annual Leave is 36 days per annum inc public holidays. This post would suit candidates with experience in either; Community, Corporate and / or Events Fundraising.
An example of duties includes:
- To ensure that CHSS and third party fundraising events, partnerships, activities, and collections, are effectively planned, marketed, and supported to maximise income potential.
- Cultivate supporters through relationship and account management strategies - to sustain and develop fundraising across the range of fundraising products, (including advice, guidance, support, producing relevant materials and cross-promoting other giving opportunities).
- Research and identify opportunities for increasing support from local businesses & corporates - employee fundraising, sponsorship opportunities and charity of the year partnerships
- Develop and deliver fundraising products with the Assistant Director of Fundraising and Communication team across all income streams - business, corporate, youth groups, adult groups, education, providing appropriate levels of support to maximise income.
- Develop and deliver new CHSS Events, which achieve maximum participation and income generation.
- To ensure that risk assessments are completed for all fundraising activities and events - ensuring third party fundraisers are aware of their responsibilities
Non Graduates are absolutely welcome to apply.
The salary banding should be clear on the advert.
Applicants do not need to be based in the Central Belt of Scotland
Interview Date: Wednesday 6th July
Please indicate where you are based on application.
£32,798 per annum plus £3,782 of Inner London Weighting if based in London
Full time – 35 hours per week (part-time working considered)
As Community and Events Fundraising Manager, you will be responsible for supporting and growing our Community and Events programme. You will be innovative, focused and passionate about ensuring that refugees and people seeking asylum are welcomed in the UK, get justice, live free of poverty and are able to successfully rebuild their lives.
You will put plans in place to ensure we reach our financial targets, tracking income and investing in new opportunities. Working closely with colleagues, you will ensure fundraisers receive excellent supporter care and stewardship. You’ll ensure that they are aware of the vital difference they are making for people seeking asylum and refugees and feel valued and appreciated every step of the way.
Alongside the above, you will also have:
- Proven experience of delivering income growth in an event or community fundraising setting (preferably both)
- Excellent project management skills with ability to set priorities, manage multiple projects, meet objectives and work to tight deadlines
- Proven knowledge of online fundraising tools and digital marketing
- Experience of providing exemplary supporter stewardship, to strengthen and cultivate relationships with fundraisers
- Ability to write engaging content and produce a range of impactful fundraising resources
- A passion and motivation to raise money to support refugees and people seeking asylum in the UK
For more information and to apply, please visit our website.
Those with lived experience as a refugee are strongly encouraged to apply.
Closing date: 23:59 Monday 11th July 2022
Interviews: Thursday 21st July 2022 on Zoom
You will oversee the delivery of DOTW’s casework in relation to the denial of access to NHS hospital treatment or relevant community services, where appropriate challenging and NHS Trust’s decision to refuse, delay or charge for care, including through the use of legal pre-action letters. You will actively manage DOTWs capacity to manage cases, and will recruit, train and manage qualified volunteers to enable the expansion of DOTW’s capacity.
You will optimise Doctors of the World UK’s influence and impact on access to NHS hospital care and relevant community services for the population it serves. You will work closely with the rest of the UK Programmes Team to identify hospital access cases and will work closely with the Policy and Advocacy team to identify cases that are relevant for advocacy purposes. You will collect case studies and testimony from people directly affected by the charging regime as part of an effort to change harmful policy practices.
Those with lived experience of migration, the asylum system, homelessness or exclusion from health services are encouraged to apply.
For more information on the role, including a person specification, please refer to the role profile.
How to Apply
To apply, please submit your CV, Covering Letter and additional information form using the application link below. Your CV and cover letter should be clearly tailored to the position and should reference points from the person specification section of the role profile.
Applications which do not demonstrate the essential skills, knowledge, experience and competencies will not be shortlisted.
Closing Date: 09:00am on Monday 4th July 2022
Please note, if you have not been contacted within 7 days of the closing date, your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion. Due to the high number of applications received, we are unable to provide individual feedback.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Want the chance to manage large scale virtual fundraising products for an award-winning charity? Prostate Cancer UK is looking for an Events and Community Fundraising Products Executive to manage their fundraising products such as The Month Series and The Big Golf Race; two of their largest drivers of income.
As part of the role, your responsibilities will involve leading four individual project teams developing supporter communications and marketing plans, participant recruitment and ensuring their experience of supporting the charity is second to none. You will also work closely alongside their Attention, Inspire and Reinforce teams to promote products to warm and cold audiences, by identifying and securing long-term relationships.
This role has a hybrid working policy, they will accommodate your needs to ensure your home/work-life balance is met.
You will need:
- Experience within Events and Community, supporting or leading on the delivery of fundraising activities or products
- A passion for delivering exceptional supporter experiences for participants
- Strong written and oral communication skills with an ability to inspire
- Ability to utilise data to analyse and inform product development and success
Closing Date: applications reviewed as received
Working pattern: Full-time and compressed hours considered
Location: London Bridge – Hybrid working, one day in the office per week
If you would like to have an informal discussion, please call Christina on 02030 062787 or email [email protected].
Ashby Jenkins Recruitment is a specialist charity recruitment agency, we use our extensive sector knowledge and experience to match candidates to the most suitable roles. We take a relationship-led approach to recruitment, working ethically, and supporting people to find their perfect role within the not-for-profit sector.
We are passionate about improving equality across the sector, you can read more about our commitment to diversity here. We proactively welcome applications from a diverse range of candidates.
If enough applications are received the charity reserve the right to end the application period sooner.
We are delighted to be working with a leading disability charity recruiting a Regional Fundraising Manager to join their fundraising team on a 13-month contract. This is an exciting opportunity for a passionate self-motivated community fundraiser to join an already established fundraising team
You will be directly responsible for the strategic direction, planning, and day-to-day management of all community fundraising for your geographical area to achieve agreed fundraising targets for the North of England. This will involve speaking to local corporates and traditional community groups.
You will need to demonstrate the following;
- The ability to develop, implement and monitor strategic plans to grow income
- Research, assess, and initiate new opportunities within the context of an overall plan
- Excellent verbal communication skills, to be able to deliver presentations and speak to press
- Able to recruit, develop and train, motivate, and manage individuals and teams of volunteers to give their very best
Salary; £31,541 37.5 hours
Contract; 13 months
Location: The role is home-based. There will be traveling around the areas that the role covers and occasional evening and weekend work
If you would like to have an informal discussion, please call Ashby on 02030 062787 or email [email protected].
Ashby Jenkins Recruitment are a specialist charity recruitment agency, we use our extensive sector knowledge and experience to match candidates to the most suitable roles. We take a relationship-led approach to recruitment, working ethically, supporting people to find their perfect role within the not-for-profit sector.
We are passionate about improving equality across the sector, you can read more about our commitment to diversity here.
If enough applications are received the charity reserve the right to end the application period sooner.