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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.
MapAction has a unique opportunity for a Grants Finance Officer looking for their next challenge in a fast-paced and dynamic humanitarian response organisation. We’re looking for someone to work within our Finance team helping on the delivery of restricted grants projects and programs while working alongside multiple global partners. You will work with a diverse group of expert volunteers, colleagues and support four main areas of MapAction: Finance, Fundraising, Operations and Tech teams. The role is responsible for ensuring MapAction uses restricted funds appropriately in line with contract requirements and smooth operations of MapAction.The organisation would not be able to function effectively without this position, so we need you to be part of this!
MapAction is a leading humanitarian mapping charity delivering information services and products to enhance decision making in disasters and conflicts. In collaboration with our partners, this mapped information helps responders understand vulnerabilities and target their response effectively, contributing to saving lives and minimising suffering. We work through a team of skilled volunteer professionals and a small paid staff team.
The charity has attracted funding from the UK Government (FCDO), USAID from the American People, the German Federal Foreign Office, the Government of the Netherlands, EU and other major donors. Over half of its budget is covered by restricted funding of this nature.
We have built a strong reputation in the humanitarian sector and are a technical partner of the United Nations, Non-Government Organisations, the Red Cross, Red Crescent Movement, regional entities and national authorities.
At MapAction, training and team building are at the heart of our organisational culture. We have frequent meet-ups where paid staff and volunteers get together for training opportunities and skill-sharing, in areas such as fieldwork, emergency preparedness and GIS technical development.
The humanitarian sector is evolving, and technical expertise such as GIS, mapping, data processing and visualisation is becoming increasingly sought after in order to ensure continuous improvement in humanitarian response. MapAction and our partners are uniquely positioned to provide this technical expertise, to ensure the most effective coordination of relief efforts.
Who are you?
You are highly motivated and enthusiastic with a track record of managing finances of restricted grants. You have a hands on approach, can work independently and have experience of working with a small organisation or team. You are calm under pressure and share the MapAction ‘can-do’ attitude, rooted in our volunteer values. You are organised, tenacious, able to manage a busy workload and be an exceptional communicator. You must have a flair for Excel reporting and be willing to manage financial systems to achieve maximum benefit to the charity.
You relish a challenge and like us, feel excited about the future and what we can achieve together. You want to work in a diverse organisation that is concerned about minimising its environmental impact, and cares about everyone in the team. Be assured, you will be supported in your role as you grow.
This role is responsible for ensuring MapAction uses restricted funds appropriately in line with contract requirements providing guidance to budget holders on compliance. The role will also support general financial administration and smooth operations of MapAction. Reporting to the Finance Director this role will work effectively across finance, fundraising, operations and technology teams in a proactive manner.
Restricted grant finances
Lead on contract compliance, ensuring requirements are identified and communicated to budget holders
Review financial data and lead on the funds claim processes, to include monthly reconciliations and timely submissions of invoices and claim forms to donors as per contract
Be the focal point on donor finance and resolve any discrepancies on claims and late payments, by liaising internally and externally with relevant parties, as required
Execute correct budget coding that reflects donor agreements and in line with agreed systems and procedures, identify and flag any errors
Track grant allocation and expenditure against restricted budgets to ensure programmes are delivered within agreed budgets or amendments are processed in keeping with changes in programme plans
Prepare monthly and ad hoc progress reports for all major donors, or specific programmes and projects
Ensure accurate, timely cost recovery and salary allocations of pre-financed operations and ensure income is maximised in compliance with funding contracts
Provide financial information as required for grant reporting in line with the reporting calendar
Lead on IATI compliance, data review and uploads
Assist with donor and statutory audits
Support Finance Director with the bi-annual rolling business plan and any required financial information, to include analysis and allocation of paid staff time
Perform and present necessary system reconciliations on a regular basis to include multi-currency requirements and cost recovery calculations
Prepare financial analysis and overviews as required and attend monthly finance and grants’ meetings
Provide finance cover in the finance team, if required and as directed by FD
Provide support with any other financial and organisational administration, as requested
Regularly review and update unit costing for budgeting purposes
Systems and tools
Implement new and develop existing financial and reporting systems, ensuring correct mapping to each of the restricted funds
Maintain MapAction’s chart of accounts to ensure all grant requirements can be reported on
Train staff on tools, templates and donor regulations
Partner with teams across the organisation in preparation of new programme initiative
Adopt a questioning mindset and challenge underlying budget assumptions as appropriate
Support financial submissions as required for fundraising applications
Support the fundraising team with fundraising applications’ submission, contract and MOU administration and processing, as well as the due diligence process
Please note that this job description is to be regarded as a guide to the tasks and activities we believe will be required but that it is not exhaustive and may change and evolve to reflect the changing needs and demands of MapAction.
This is what we think you need to be successful in the role. If there are other skills and competencies that you bring and think are important to this role , please tell us what they are - we are always interested to hear ideas.
Accounting qualification, part-qualified or qualified by experience within a finance department with exposure to restricted grants
Excellent knowledge of Excel, mapping documents, multiple data sources, pivot tables and creating custom reports
Good knowledge of accounting packages (ideally Xero)
Experience of performing reconciliations and working with foreign currency transactions
Knowledge of accounting coding structures and experience of working with donor coding
Strong computer and numerical literacy with the ability to self- service
Excellent time management with the ability to prioritise, multitask and work to meet deadlines
High level of attention to detail
Experience in accounting for or assisting in the management of project grants / restricted funding from a range of donors, including institutional donors
Experience of donor reporting and understanding of system requirements to achieve accurate and timely reports
Strong interpersonal skills with a high degree of personal organisation and self management.
Understanding of USAID and/or other Institutional Funder grant finances and reporting
Knowledge of the charitable sector and a good understanding of the needs of small, volunteer led groups
Experience of UK financial regulations and compliance
We will consider candidates wanting to work part time (30hrs a week) or full time (37.5hrs a week)
Flexibility and willingness to work outside office hours including evenings and weekends as required, including being on a roster for emergency cover
Required to work remotely and to attend team days near the MapAction office in Oxfordshire once a month at own expense.
30 days holiday plus bank holidays with a workplace pension and also paid training opportunities to help further your career
Must have the right to live and work in the UK MapAction is unable to consider candidates who do not already hold appropriate permissions
Note: this is an operational role in a small, highly specialised charity and an appreciation of, and affinity with the humanitarian purpose of the charity is essential, as well as a willingness to take up additional tasks outside of the normal role when needed
Equal Opportunities Policy
MapAction is an Equal Opportunities employer. All employees have a personal responsibility to promote and support measures designed to create a working environment which is free from harassment or discrimination on the grounds of gender, marital status, family status, age, race, religion, disability, sexual orientation, membership of the Travelers community or HIV&AIDS status.
How to apply: Please apply by gohire with a CV and covering letter to be considered for the role. The closing date for applications is 29.7.2022. We will review applications on a rolling basis and will close the process if we secure someone at an early stage so we urge you to apply early so as not to miss out. For further discussion regarding the content of this role, please contact us via our website.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Job Title: Relationship Manager
Hours: 35 per week
Salary: £32,160 per annum
Type of Employment: Permanent
Department and Location: Relationship Fundraising, Home based, Nationwide with regular travel
Line Manager: Senior Area Relationship Manager
Direct Reports: None
Cancer is different for young people. Our vision is a world where cancer doesn’t stop young people from living their lives – and our job in making that vision a reality is to improve the experience, survival, and recovery of every young person with cancer in the UK.
Teenage Cancer Trust leads the way in specialist support for young people with cancer in the UK and across the globe. We’re driven by what young people with cancer need and are the UK’s leading charity dedicated solely to the treatment, care, and support of young people with cancer.
Are you an experienced fundraiser who can demonstrate growing and developing income across community fundraising? This role could be for you.
We’re looking to grow our hugely talented and successful Community Team, with the right Relationship Manager to join us in realising our strategy of Putting Young People First. This role does not sit in a specific region (it is a UK wide role), and you will work collaboratively across the Community Team. The role covers all aspects of community fundraising, giving you the opportunity to share skills with the team, and work in partnership with the wider organisation to maximise opportunities to ensure a coordinated approach. You will need to deliver and grow sustainable income in line with budget targets and the wider Community Team fundraising vision.
- Experience of working in a fast-changing environment, able to demonstrate flexibility, adaptability and be able to self-manage and self-motivate.
- Resilient, with a growth mindset, and with strong decision-making and problem-solving skills.
- Experience of supporting the delivery and reporting of income budgets in excess of £250k per annum.
- In depth knowledge and a significant track record of new business income generation across community and corporate fundraising, demonstrating entrepreneurial spirit, spotting the gold, and agility.
- A significant track record of high value account management to drive value and retention.
- Experience of proactively building high value relationships in the community, managing complex & sensitive relationships, and managing volunteers at all levels.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills, able to develop compelling cases for support as well as engage, persuade and inform a variety of different audiences.
If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you.
The Community Team at Teenage Cancer Trust works in a collaborative way across the UK and uses the term ‘Community Hub Team’ to demonstrate this. The Hub way of working was developed during lockdown to maximise opportunities across the UK regardless of fundraiser or supporter location - this new role embraces the Hub ethos and does not have a regional budget.
MAIN PURPOSE OF THE JOB
- To ensure that the Community Hub Team generates income across the key income streams of community DIY fundraising, corporate fundraising and volunteer group fundraising, personally delivering and driving income to achieve an agreed income target.
- Using your experience, skills, and talents, identify and secure opportunities that develop long-term, high-value relationships; working across the fundraising directorate and wider charity to ensure a supporter first ethos.
- To research, identify and secure corporate new business opportunities which develop into long term high value relationships using robust planning.
- Work across the UK as part of the Community Hub Team and wider charity, sharing knowledge and supporting projects and activities to drive income and increase supporter engagement.
- As a Teenage Cancer Trust Ambassador, develop and share compelling cases of support to generate supporter engagement and income.
- Once a new supporter is engaged, your role will be to cultivate, uplift supporter value, steward accordingly and retain through the delivery of brilliant supporter care whilst of course being respectful of potential sensitivities.
- To work collaboratively across Community Hub Team by sharing skills, knowledge, and experience.
- To identify, develop, support and steward existing and potential high value relationships in the best interests of Teenage Cancer Trust. This will include sensitive patient linked relationships, senior community and business influencers and NHS contacts.
- Identifying, supporting, and thereafter retaining high-value supporters and opportunities over the longer term and building complex and high value networks that will enable this work. Where necessary utilising cross team working to maximise the supporter’s engagement with the charity.
- Provide advice, guidance and support to volunteers, individuals and groups carrying out DIY fundraising activities and challenge events, to uplift value and drive retention.
- Undertake detailed prospect research of stakeholders within the Community Hub Team using insight to prioritise and determine tactics to engage with supporters.
- Develop strong engagement plans and supporter journeys for identified prospects with senior stakeholders, decision makers and influencers in order to develop longer term pipelines of support.
- Work across the Community Hub Team – sharing knowledge, leading, and supporting projects and activities across the UK.
- Utilise local press, broadcast, and social media as a tool to promote volunteering, fundraising, recognise efforts and thanking your community and supporter base.
- Engage with relevant professional networks and membership bodies (e.g. Institute of Fundraising) and keep abreast of changes in the sector.
- Build and develop trusted relationships, when appropriate, with patients, their friends, and families to support fundraising, storytelling, and volunteering. Work sensitively and empathetically with this core audience group securing their long-term support and advocacy of the charity’s work.
- Ensure accurate and timely recording of all community activity in your area on CARE, maintaining and developing robust stewardship plans to maximise engagement of key supporters.
- Using your experience of Regional Corporate Fundraising you will build a robust pipeline of corporate support within your portfolio of supporters.
- In conjunction with the Regional Corporate Partnership Team, identify, research, qualify and cultivate corporate new business with a strong focus on long-term charity partnerships across the UK.
- Ensure that qualifying, due diligence and contracting with supporters is carried out effectively in order to protect the best interests of the charity.
- Account manage corporate partners, leading on the most complex by developing and delivering account management plans to optimise their fundraising activity, ensure longevity and maximise income raised across the UK.
- Ensure accurate and timely recording of all corporate activity on CARE, maintaining and developing robust stewardship plans to maximise engagement of key supporters.
- Work collaboratively with the Regional Corporate Partnerships and Community Hub Teams to support the development and delivery of high value, multi-site partnerships across the UK.
Volunteer Fundraising Groups & Volunteers
- Identify, develop, and support networks of volunteers to deliver new income opportunities safely and legally.
- Research, build and support local fundraising groups and activities in line with the Community Hub Team Operational Plan.
- Identify UK wide volunteering opportunities to allow maximum ROI and support for the wider Community Hub Team.
- Ensure accurate and timely recording of all volunteering activity on CARE, maintaining and developing robust stewardship plans to maximise engagement of key supporters.
FINANCE AND PLANNING
- Support with the generation of accurate monthly, quarterly and year end reports against a set of defined performance metrics. Be accountable for developing and delivery of robust plans and pipelines, providing accurate income and activity forecasts against it.
- Proactively analyse internal and external data and insights, monitor activity trends, ensuring that opportunities are capitalised on and risks are mitigated to maintain a strong performance.
- Collaboratively working with the Projects Team, define data, process and system needs as they evolve to enable the development of Community Hub Team.
- Ensure effective administrative and financial processes are in place and ensure adherence to all internal policies and the fundraising code of practice.
- Seek opportunities to gain expertise/experience with colleagues in the Community Hub Team and wider charity.
- Use your experience to represent the Community Hub Team on specific and UK-Wide projects to improve overall performance.
- Work collaboratively with the Projects Team to ensure all projects you are involved with are systematic, developed in a timeline fashion and evaluated and underpin the Community Fundraising Strategy.
- Build collaborative working relationships within the fundraising directorate and wider charity, embracing a culture and principle of ‘one team, one target, one purpose’.
- With a supporter first focus, support and promote cross-team working to ensure all income opportunities are maximised.
- In collaboration with the Services and Funded Staff Teams across the UK to communicate brand and presence of the importance of fundraising to the charity.
- To enhance our brand and supporter engagement work collaboratively with MARCOMMS identifying and maximising opportunities across the UK.
- To represent Teenage Cancer Trust externally at events, meetings and in the media.
- On occasion you may be required to provide cover for colleagues.
- To work with the wider Community Hub Team and Fundraising Directorate to champion initiatives and campaigns as needed for the delivery of the overall Fundraising Strategy.
- Undertake any other duties that are commensurate with the post as requested by your line manager.
- Carry out the duties of post in accordance with the Trust’s policies and procedures on Health and Safety and take responsibility for ensuring personal health and safety.
- Work flexibility, able to prioritise workload and work as part of a team.
- Due to the regular travel associated with the role, a car will be required.
DISCLOSURE AND BARRING CHECKS
- This role is subject to a Basic Disclosure check.
- Internal – Projects Team, EDI, Services, Fundraising Standards & Operations, Volunteering, Mass Participation, Music & Special Events, Innovation & NPD, Individual Giving, Corporate, Trusts, Philanthropy, Finance and Marketing and Communications.
- External – Supporters, Patient Families, Funded Staff, Volunteers, Fundraising Groups, Corporate Partners and suppliers.
- Proven experience of setting, managing, and delivering income budgets in excess of £250k per annum.
- Experience of driving and delivering income growth across community income streams
- A strong track record of new business income generation and account management.
- Significant experience in relationship management.
- Planning and delivering the highest quality supporter care and communications.
- Managing complex and sensitive relationships.
- Significant experience of proactively building high value relationships within the community and delivering long term value for the organisation.
- Working with volunteers at all levels.
- Demonstrable experience of developing account management plans to drive value and retention.
- Proven ability to assess, manage and mitigate risk in all areas.
- Proven ability to work to very tight deadlines in a dynamic and flexible environment
- Use of a supporter/client database.
- A good understanding of the fundraising landscape in the UK.
- Strong understanding of how to develop a network of high value support across all income streams.
- Prospecting and business development techniques.
- A creative and entrepreneurial flair.
- A good knowledge of marketing and communication techniques.
- An understanding of and interest in the issues affecting teenagers and young adults with cancer.
- Excellent written and communication skills with the power to persuade motivate and inspire whilst also delivering clear, concise messages.
- Ability to develop compelling cases for support and communicate them in a variety of ways, particularly digitally and virtually.
- Financially literate.
- IT literate - the candidate must be confident using a computer and be experienced in using Microsoft Office software.
- Able to plan and present fundraising activities in a timely, relevant, and creative way.
- Excellent interpersonal, negotiation and assertiveness skills.
- Strong decision making and problem-solving skills.
- Strong team worker and motivator of self and others.
- Able to share skills with colleagues.
- Able to plan and manage projects and activities to tight deadlines.
- Team player who will support, inspire, and encourage collaboration amongst colleagues, but is also happy to work autonomously in a remote setting across the UK.
- Articulate and persuasive individual with gravitas and influence dealing at all levels.
- Approachable with a positive attitude, calm under pressure.
- An entrepreneurial, creative, proactive, strategic thinker who constantly seeks new sources of income.
- Willingness to travel.
- Commitment to the values, philosophy and ethos of Teenage Cancer Trust.
- Working remotely as part of a geographically dispersed community Hub Team covering the whole of the UK across all income streams.
- Use of CARE database.
- Charity Law and procedures of the UK.
Applications to be received by: Midday on 12/07/22
First stage interviews: 18/07/22
Second stage interviews: 22/07/22
At Teenage Cancer Trust one of our key focuses is around equity and making sure our services are accessible and inclusive to all young people with cancer, with no-one left behind. We have the same goal for people working with us. We want you to be yourself here and thrive doing so. In line with our Equity, Diversity & Inclusion commitments, we would love to see applications from LGBTQ+ people, people of colour/those from ethnically diverse communities, people living with disabilities and people of faith.
At Teenage Cancer Trust we take our commitment to safeguarding seriously and work to protect and promote the rights of the young people who we support. Our safeguarding responsibilities extend to the children and adults who work to support the charity, who we also have a duty of care to protect. Safeguarding is at the forefront of each activity we carry out. In line with our approach, this role is subject to a DBS check (Disclosure and Barring Service).
We want you to have every opportunity to demonstrate your skills, ability and potential. If there is any assistance or adjustments, we can make to support you to make your application, Please contact HR.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Child’s i Foundation is a Ugandan based social impact organisation with an international reputation for advocating child rights and creating community based alternatives to orphanages. A small non-profit with a big impact, we work with governments, national partners and our worldwide network of supporters to highlight the harm and cost of orphanages in Uganda and globally. We’re helping to reimagine the whole child protection and care system, repurpose orphanages and rebuild services at the heart of communities that are designed to strengthen and support birth, foster and adoptive families. Because every child needs a loving family, we are Child's i.
We are looking for a fully qualified accountant with experience/knowledge of international development accounting. This role will provide effective financial management to our teams in Uganda and the UK.
This is a home-based role in in the UK, with occasional meetings with the UK team, and potentially an annual trip to Uganda, to strengthen the accounting & financial management systems and ongoing monitoring.
You will have overall responsibility for the financial management and financial stability in the UK. You will also provide support to, and work closely with, the finance team in Uganda, to ensure effective financial management at the group level.
You will ensure there is strong financial management accounting and budgeting systems in the UK and Uganda, ensuring effective management of our cash and reserves, and ensuring the organisation is running in a sustainable and efficient manner.
Role and responsibilities
Management Accounting & Budgeting
Manage month-end processes in the UK, including posting journals, P&L review, balance sheet reconciliations, and producing UK Management Accounts
Review and interrogate Ugandan monthly management accounts and provide feedback & support to the Uganda finance team.
Produce consolidated monthly management accounts, including variance reports, rolling cash-flows and reserves forecasts.
Prepare quarterly board packs including key UK, Uganda and group financial information, including forecasts and scenario planning as appropriate.
Supervise and oversee the UK Payroll and ensure HMRC compliance.
Prepare the UK budget, oversee preparation of the Ugandan annual budget, and prepare annual consolidated budgets.
Prepare the annual accounts, including consolidated accounts.
Prepare for the annual audit, including liaising with auditors and overseeing the implementation of audit recommendations.
Ensure accounts and relevant returns are filed with Companies House and the Charity Commission each year.
Work with the Programmes & Fundraising teams in the UK and Uganda on preparing budgets for grant proposals and costing activities.
Support the organisation to ensure full cost recovery.
Review financial reports for donors prepared by the Uganda Team, ensuring accuracy & completeness of submitted financial reports.
Ensure compliance with donor rules & requirements with respect to finance.
Cash & Reserves Management
Actively manage cash flow to ensure adequate cash levels are maintained throughout the year, including cash flow forecasting.
Ensure strong Restricted & Unrestricted Fund management; track & forecast the movement on funds each month and take any follow up action as needed.
Actively manage exchange rate risk, ensuring the charity minimises exchange rate losses and mitigates against the risks effectively.
Financial planning and operations
Work closely with the CEO, the team in the UK, Uganda, and board of trustees, to support the organisation’s objectives and strategic plans.
Attend, and contribute to discussion at, quarterly meetings of the Board of Trustees and sub committees.
Develop resource strategies that support organisational objectives and that align with current and future needs of Programmes and Fundraising teams.
Review and strengthen the control environment of the UK and Uganda office, ensuring that all relevant policies and procedures are robust and that the organisation is meeting is regulatory, compliance and reporting requirements.
Monitor and investigate any financial performance issues in Uganda and recommend appropriate remedial action.
Assist the team in Uganda to develop financial management capacity.
Any other responsibilities as required from time to time by the CEO.
Person specification skills and experience required
Qualified finance professional (ACA, ACCA, CIMA), desirably with international development knowledge/experience.
Knowledge and experience of using QuickBooks or similar accounting system.
Some experience in grant management and reporting.
Experience of working with Restricted & Unrestricted funds and a good understanding of the challenges this can pose.
UK charity experience, including charity SORP
Some experience of developing and strengthening accounting and financial management systems, policies and processes.
Able to present complex financial information to non-finance stakeholders in a clear and concise manner.
Ability to build rapport with others from a range of backgrounds.
Excellent written and spoken English, and ability to write concise reports for a variety of stakeholders and audiences.
Resilient, flexible and able to thrive in a fast-paced environment.
Able to work in a standalone capacity with regard to managing the finance function.
At Child’s i Foundation we value diversity and we are committed to creating an inclusive culture where everyone is able to be themselves and to reach their full potential. The statements in the person specification are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities and skills required for this position.
Child’s i Foundation is an equal opportunities employer.
This role is open to UK residents only.
We will actively consider flexible working arrangements.
Closing date: 10th July. We will be reviewing applications on a rolling basis so we reserve the right to close this vacancy when we are in receipt of sufficient applications. Should you wish to apply for this post you are advised to submit your application as soon as possible.
How to apply: Applications should include a CV (max 3 pages) and a one page cover letter stating how you meet each requirement and why you are interested in the role.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Home based, UK or Europe
This is a critical support function to the Finance, HR and Administration team. It is a multi-faceted role with responsibilities for accountancy, in particular the management of the annual audits and accounts. Be the point of contact for HR and Administration functions. Working with our accounting firms, payroll firms in the respective countries, this role will lead on all of the audit processes for the UK, EU and Australian arms of the Foundation and will also provide support to the US and Hong Kong as and when necessary.
- Lead on the format and messaging of the global accounts and global annual review and ensure that we provide an accurate and transparent report.
- Lead on the UK, German, Italian, Luxembourg and Australian audits and work with relevant stakeholders to ensure they are completed accurately and on time each year. Point of contact between the finance team and external auditors to ensure queries are resolved throughout the audit process.
- Work with the gift processing teams, third party fulfilment houses and the Finance team to ensure all income and expense records are filed correctly to support annual audit processes and in line with charity/company regulations.
- Ensure accurate coding is in place across all financial systems.
- Monthly accountancy - perform or assist with the book-keeping for each market as required.
- Manage staff expenses including reimbursement.
- Point of contact for staff credit cards. Manage allocation and use.
- Manage global bank accounts. Responsibility for keeping signatories, users and authorisers/directors up to date and in line with internal policies and when there are staff changes. Provide financial info to the Finance team as required. Oversee the set up of new accounts as required.
- Ensure day-to-day banking is carried out in line with our Customer Service Charter.
- Manage monthly transfers between bank accounts, supplier accounts and merchant providers for all markets in liaison with Finance team located at headquarters. Obtain required approvals and ensure operational balances are in place.
- Carry out finance related reconciliations such as expenditure reconciliation, bank reconciliation and payment platform reconciliation.
- Point of contact & account manager for payment platforms and merchant accounts, keeping information up to date etc.
HR and Administration:
- Recruitment and retention, including labour engagement for UK, German, Italy, Luxembourg and Australia.
- Work with our Global HR team to ensure Training and Development, performance maintenance, employee relations are well maintain.
- Coordinate / arrange the European staff salaries, and other markets as required.
- Oversee supplier accounts/services & contract management: Keep records up to date, manage payments, maintain online accounts eg, office facilities and insurances. Management of global PO Boxes and international postal services. Ensure they are renewed in time.
- Manage all subscription requirements for the Supporter Engagement team (IT, sector, compliance etc).
- Management of staff mobile phone contracts.
- Control and monitor purchasing costs, including office.
- Manage UK petty cash.
- Manage the global fixed asset registers.
- Create and manage inventory of staff resources incl. IT equipment.
- Assist the budget preparation.
- Assist with the creation of performance reports and other (ad hoc) reports as required.
- Provide support for financial, HR processes as required.
- Design and maintain filing systems.
- Ensure that inter-department and inter-personal relationships are positive, cohesive, and contribute to the overall mission of AAF.
- Develop and maintain effective working relationships with management in regard to work procedures and employee relations.
Continuous Improvement and Misc.:
- Contribute to the on-going review, development and implementation of changes to improve the productivity and efficiency of AAF.
- Participate in staff training and performance and development appraisal process to assist in the achievement of AAF objectives and mission.
- Ensure procedure manuals are updated in line with changes.
To apply Please send CV’s with covering letter outlining how you meet the person specification and why you should be considered for this role.
Please include the job title in the subject line of your email.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We are looking for a self-motivated and passionate person to design and implement our philanthropy programme. This is an exciting new role for someone to prospect, manage and develop opportunities with new supporters and impact the charity's ambitious five-year strategy. You will:
- Identify and manage a portfolio of prospects to ensure effective cultivation and stewardship of donors and prospects for new sources of funding.
- Recruit and implement a Solving Kids’ Cancer Development Board made up of volunteer leaders dedicated to raising the charity’s profile.
- Develop and implement a legacy strategy for the charity.
- Play a vital role in the delivery of the Fundraising and Communications Strategy by maximising income and raising awareness, and the charity’s strategic priorities.
For more information on the role and what we do, read the attached Job Pack.
What we offer
- 32 days holiday, bank holidays included
- 5% employer pension scheme contribution
- Access to 24/7 confidential helplines for counselling and legal and tax advice
- Wellbeing check-ins with manager and optional Wellbeing Action Plan
- Participation in staff surveys for the opportunity to anonymously feedback experiences
- Regular opportunities to meet in person as departments and the full team
- Training opportunities – we care about our staff and volunteers and encourage opportunities for professional development
- A child-centred charity with a passionate and dedicated team
Applying to join our team
If you would like to apply please complete and submit an Application Form highlighting your suitability for the position in the Supporting Statement. Please do not send a CV or Cover Letter. If you would like an informal conversation with Anne, Head of Fundraising & Comms, prior to applying to this role, you can email her directly - her details are in the job pack.
We would also ask you to complete and return the attached diversity monitoring form. The information contained in the questionnaire will be treated as confidential and will be used by us to monitor and drive our work towards diversity and inclusion commitments.
We actively encourage applications from those with lived experience of neuroblastoma and/or other childhood cancers. As an equal opportunity employer, we also welcome applications from all suitably qualified candidates, regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage/civil partnership, pregnancy, maternity, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation.
If there are any adjustments that would help you to engage with the recruitment process, please let us know.
As a safeguarding charity whose work and practice is underpinned by safeguarding principles to protect children and young people and enhance their welfare, we always work in accordance with legislation, statutory guidance and best safeguarding practices. All of our roles require a basic criminal record check.
Interviews will take place w/c 18 July July via Microsoft Teams.
If you need any additional help with the interview stage, please let us know what you need.
Shortlisted candidates will meet a panel comprising Anne Denman - Head of Fundraising and Communications, Anna Austin - Relationship Manager, and Gail Jackson - Chief Executive Officer.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Finance Manager – Part Time (22 hours), home based role.
Civitas Recruitment are delighted to be working with a fantastic organisation that are one of the oldest and largest sexual health organisations in the country. The charity offer’s services to various communities including LGBT+ young people and adults. An exciting opportunity exists for a Finance Manager to join the team. As Finance Manager, you will be responsible for ensuring the sound management of the organisation’s finances. The postholder will be responsible for the production of management reports and statutory reporting. The post holder will report directly to the CEO and manager 2 staff members. Home based role, 22 hrs a week flexible over a 4-week block. Option does exist to work from one of the Yorkshire offices.
Who are we looking for?
Ideal candidates will be suitably qualified and will have had exposure to the charity sector. You will have a minimum of 2 years’ experience of managing the finance function of an organisation. Up to date knowledge of relevant UK legislation and statutory requirements is required for this role. You will have proven ability to provide support, guidance, and training to financial and non-financial colleagues. You will have strong IT skills with advanced Excel and have good knowledge of accounting packages e.g., QuickBooks or Sage.
If the above role description sounds of interest and you feel like you meet the criteria; please apply immediately or for further information, please contact Syed at Civitas Recruitment for a full JD and informal discussion. Early applications are encouraged.
Hampton Trust is a leading domestic abuse charity with a focus on tackling the root cause of domestic abuse and criminal behaviour. We pride ourselves on being innovators in our field, highlighting gaps in service and testing new approaches.
In recent years we have grown from being a locally based Hampshire charity to delivering interventions across multiple regions. This is an exciting time for the organisation with potential to expand our reach nationwide.
Job Title: CARA Operations Manager
Hours: 37.5 hrs per week
Contract: Full time
Base: Remote working /occassional requirements to travel to head office and CARA delivery sites
In anticipation of upscaling CARA across the country, we are seeking an experienced Operations Manager to lead a team currently delivering across nine police forces. In addition, you will be required to lead a small team delivering a female offender intervention called JUNO in Hampshire.
In this role you will be required to bring both your management and practitioner experience together and join a growing team delivering award winning interventions to address domestic abuse. You will work alongside the Senior Management Team and contribute to expansion of the new CARA model, supporting local providers to mobilise and deliver the intervention.
Do you like the idea of leading a dynamic team addressing the root cause of domestic abuse nationally?
If the answer is YES, then this is an exciting opportunity to work with a specialist domestic abuse perpetrator service and influence the national response to policing domestic abuse.
Apply today to join a passionate team tackling domestic abuse in an innovative, award-winning organisation.
We encourage growth and self-awareness within this post.
Should you wish to discuss this role before application contact: Natalie Pearce
Closing: 9am Monday, 18th July 2022
Virtual Interviews:Friday 22nd July 2022
All posts are subject to Enhanced DBS checks & satisfactory references.
Please submit your application by 9am on Monday 18th July 2022. Don’t forget our offer of an informal chat prior to completing your applications is available if you think it would be helpful.
In your application please include:
A cover letter explaining your motivation for applying and outlining how you meet the criteria detailed within the person specification.
A full CV including education, professional qualifications and full employment history showing responsibilities and relevant achievements.
Hampton Trust is committed to improving and finding ways of creating a more diverse workforce and we welcome applications from all sections of the community.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
The purpose of this new role is to raise the profile and awareness of Lendology with a view to widening reach amongst target groups, particularly focusing on financially excluded groups within the Bristol City Council area. This role is supported by funding from Big Lottery and is currently offered on either a 6 month full time basis or 12 month part time basis, depending on the requirements of the applicant and may lead to a permanent position.
Lendology is a Community Interest Company and holds the Social Enterprise mark. We work in partnership with local councils to provide finance to homeowners for home repairs, improvements, and renewable energy measures. Our work is designed to provide a social benefit and our Social Impact Report provides full information about how we deliver much more than simply finance. Our service is based on strong partnerships with a variety of organisations from the public, private and charitable sectors.
Having just had our most successful lending year to date, we have ambitious plans for growth and this role will support our plans by driving engagement on the ground. Passionate about people and place, we are now a certified Carbon Neutral organisation and a National Living Wage employer. Our team are committed to continuous improvement, and we nurture talent by providing training and investing in your professional development. With numerous perks such as an employee borrowing scheme, free access to Lifeworks for you and your family, flexible working arrangements, free office parking, 8% employer contribution pension plan (post-probation), and Health Insurance Cash Plan (after 6 months of continuous employment), Lendology is committed to ensuring each team member maintains a positive work/life balance.
Our Vision: To ensure all homeowners have access to affordable finance.
Our Mission: Driven by purpose not profits, our responsible lending delivers a positive impact to homeowners, through understanding the unique situation of every household.
Our Values: Not just words, they are reflected in everything we do, regardless of whether you are a client/customer, partner, or colleague.
Making a Difference: Making a positive difference to the lives of our clients is at the heart of what we do.
Supportive: We help each other, our clients, and partners to thrive and succeed.
Respectful: We are considerate of the needs, abilities and qualities of our colleagues, clients, and partners.
Dynamic: We engender a positive attitude, full of energy and new ideas to continuously develop our services, products, and relationships.
Expert: We are proud of our knowledge and expertise and the positive impact that brings to our clients and partners.
This post is hybrid, being predominantly home-based with travel across the West of England and occasionally, across the other local council areas we serve. Our main office is just outside Taunton, and we will require attendance at the office during your comprehensive induction, team meetings, training days, etc. Therefore, the applicant should have access to transport.
This is a fixed term position, offered on either a part-time basis, 3 days per week (22.5 hours per week) or alternatively, we could consider a full-time, 36 hour per week role over a six month period. We are flexible as to which days are worked and our core hours are 8.30am to 4.30pm, however our Community Engagement Officer will need to be flexible to attend events/training/meetings outside of these hours. This role is subject to our standard three month probationary period.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
One Million Mentors (1MM) is an exciting community-based mentoring programme, quickly growing roots around the UK. Our aim is to recruit train and deploy a million mentors in order to transform a million young lives.
This ambitious programme backs the talents of young people to improve their career chances. 1MM was founded on the belief that through personal, one-to-one mentoring, more young people can grow the knowledge, networks, skills and confidence they need to succeed.
The Finance and Office Manager will have lead responsibility for preparing financial statements, monthly management accounts, maintaining cash controls, purchasing, maintaining accounts payable and budget preparation. In addition this role also includes general office management including diary management, overseeing the Business Review and overseeing some functions of HR and Health and Safety.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Founded in 2000 on the belief that World Change Starts with Educated Children®, Room to Read is creating a world free from illiteracy and gender inequality. We are achieving this goal by helping children in historically low-income communities develop literacy skills and a habit of reading, and by supporting girls as they build skills to succeed in secondary school and negotiate key life decisions. Room to Read collaborates with local communities, partner organizations and governments to test and implement innovative models that can be integrated into the education system to deliver positive outcomes for children at scale. To date, Room to Read has benefited more than 32 million children and has worked in 21 countries and in more than 49,000 communities, with additional support through remote solutions that facilitate learning beyond the classroom. Room to Read aims to reach 40 million children by 2025.
The Project Manager will work across departments to oversee a portfolio of projects, events, or activities, ranging from establishing school libraries to book publishing and video production. The primary role of the Project Manager is to ensure that a given project is achieving its goals, both programmatically and financially with the highest degree of quality, effectiveness, and efficiency. The Project Manager is responsible for projects being on track and on budget. They preempt problems, develop solutions to existing problems and identify opportunities for organizational growth and impact.
The Project Manager also manages relationships with local partner organizations to ensure the quality assurance, accountability and regular reporting on projects meet Room to Read standards. In the process, they grow Room to Read’s reputation for project excellence.
The Project Manager reports to the Director of Program Operations and is part of the Room to Read’s Global Office (GO) Program Operations Team. This is a two-year, fixed-term role, renewable contingent on funding. The position is available for remote work from the United States (California, Florida, Nevada, New York, New Jersey, Virginia, Washington, Washington DC, Maryland, Colorado or Oregon), Hong Kong, Japan, the U.K., Singapore or Switzerland, and involves approximately 15%-20% travel annually, as required.
The duties and responsibilities outlined below applies to all Room to Read projects; however, certain responsibilities may be modified depending on the individual project.
Duties & Responsibilities:
Project Coordination and Monitoring (40%)
- Negotiate project-related agreements, hire and on-board/orient key contractors, and identify, select, and engage potential partner organizations.
- Develop project work plans (with inputs from other departments and partners) and/ modify them as needed to ensure that projects are executed on time and on budget.
- Coordinate with the Room to Read Program Design & Technical Assistance (PDTA) Team on technical/programmatic matters related to planning, budgeting, implementation and evaluation of program activities.
- Liaise with the Finance, Accounting and Legal Team on project agreements, budgets, procurement, and other matters related to expense management.
- Work with the People Operations department to recruit project staff and consultants, including developing and reviewing job descriptions, determining the qualifications necessary for a position, coordinating and interviewing candidates, and facilitating onboarding for new contractors and staff.
- Maintain a comprehensive overview of project activities – among both staff and contractors.
- Serve as the operational liaison for project staff and consultants. Where project staff may report day-to-day actions to the Program’s team technical lead, provide operational support to the project staff, consultants and their supervisor.
- Maintain alignment between project activities and Room to Read’s overall vision and strategic plan. Guide projects toward outcomes that position the project, and Room to Read, as providing strategic value to stakeholders, partners, and investors.
Compliance, Budget, and Risk Management (30%)
- Ensure compliance with Room to Read and investors’ contractual policies and procedures.
- Develop and manage project budgets: track and monitor spending against the budget, ensure the timely and appropriate use of funds, manage forecasts, and recommend steps to mitigate overspending or underspending, as necessary.
- Create and review project documents such as agreements and contracts, working in partnership with Legal, Development, and other departments as needed.
- Ensure that the compliance requirements of investors and internal Room to Read policies are met. Communicate rules and policies to project staff and consultants, and ensure they are being adhered to, addressing gaps or escalating concern as necessary.
Communications and Donor Engagement (10%)
- Work in collaboration with the Room to Read Development and Communications (DevCom) team to share relevant information about the project and progress made.
- Provide support to the Global Office DevCom Team in the development of concept notes, proposals, and marketing materials to support fundraising for key elements of the project.
- At the request of DevCom, meet with donors to support fundraising efforts
Program Operations Team Engagement and Support (20%)
- Work in collaboration with the Program Operations team to complete internal reporting requirements and annual planning and budgeting cycles.
- As needed, lead or actively participate in internal projects that support the growth and development of Program Operations for Room to Read, including support to additional development projects.
- A master’s degree in a related field of study, such as Education, Business Development or Nonprofit Management, or equivalent experience
- A minimum of 7 years of professional experience with at least 5 years of experience in project management that includes significant hands-on work in multi-faceted planning
- Prior success working closely and building relationships with diverse groups of people, including stakeholders, staff, partners, and investors
- Prior experience developing and managing budgets
- Proven ability to problem-solve, prioritize, and multi-task, with an acknowledged track record of achieving results
- Demonstrated ability to work calmly and effectively under pressure
- Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects at once and manage time accordingly
- Ability and willingness to travel internationally on an as-needed basis
- Experience working across departments to build and manage effective teams
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English, including public speaking and the ability to persuade others
- Legally eligible to work in the United States; no sponsorship provided
- The ability to speak Urdu, French and/or Portuguese
- Prior experience in a fast-paced, growth-oriented global or regional organization
- Ability to toggle between working on a broad strategic level and a detailed programmatic level
- Prior experience working within international education development
To be successful at Room to Read, you will also:
- Have passion for our mission and a strong desire to impact a dynamic nonprofit organization
- Be a proactive and innovative thinker who achieves results and creates positive change
- Have a very high level of personal and professional integrity and trustworthiness
- Embrace diversity and a commitment to collaboration
- Thrive in a fast-paced and fun environment
Room to Read offers a competitive pay with excellent benefits. Benefits include health, dental, vision, long-term disability insurance, life insurance, commuter benefits and a 401K match. The non-monetary compensation includes a unique opportunity to be part of an innovative, meaningful, fun, and rapidly growing organization that is changing transforming the lives of millions of children in developing countries by focusing on literacy and gender equality in education.
Qualified candidates are invited to apply at www.roomtoread/about-us/careers.You will be asked to complete an online application and upload your resume and cover letter. You will receive an email confirmation when your application has been received. Due to high applicant volume, we regret that we are not able to send personalized responses to all applicants. Applications are accepted until the position is filled.
Room to Read is proud to be an equal opportunity employer committed to identifying and developing
the skills and leadership of people from diverse backgrounds.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
South Wales Victim Focus have an exciting opportunity to join them as a Volunteer Manager, working 37.5 hours a week Monday to Friday.
Do you want to make a difference every day? Do you want to contribute to change & improvement for those who need it?
Do you have resilience & adaptability? Can you work effectively with a focus on customer service and care?
If yes, then we'd love to hear from you…
South Wales Victim Focus is the main support service for victims of crime across South Wales. The service is funded by the South Wales Police and Crime Commissioner and is delivered by the national charity Victim Support.
What we offer:
At Victim Support we believe in attracting & retaining the best people and offer a competitive rewards & benefits package including:
- Flexible working options including hybrid working
- A retention allowance payment in the amount of £500 (pro-rata for part-time roles). This will be paid with your salary following successful completion of probation
- 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays (pro rota)
- Pension with 5% employer contribution
- Enhanced sick pay allowances & maternity payments
- High Street, retail, holiday, entertainment & leisure discounts
- Access to our financial wellbeing hub & salary deducted finance
- Employee assistance programme & wellbeing support
- Ongoing training & support with opportunities for career development & progression
About the role:
This role is based in our office in Rumney Police Station, Cardiff.
The purpose of this role is to ensure the delivery of excellent services to victims of crime through the recruitment, development and support of a cohort of volunteers, ensuring that the overall aim of helping people cope and recover from the effects of crime is achieved.
The role will work collaboratively with the Operations Manager, Victim Focus Managers and the wider Victim Focus team, in order to achieve the implementation of the business plan and the development of the service to maximise positive outcomes for those that access the service.
Please see attached Job Description and Person Specification for further details.
Victim Support (VS) is an independent charity providing a range of specialist services to people who have been affected by crime across England and Wales. We work towards a world where there are fewer victims but who have stronger rights, better support and a real influence in the Criminal Justice System. Everyone at VS is driven by our Vision Ambitions and Values to play their part in making a difference for those who experience crime and traumatic events. Working for VS gives you the opportunity to play a key role in a national charity providing high quality services to victims and witnesses and being a vital force for change.
Victim Support are committed to recruiting with care and to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Background checks and Disclosed Barring Service checks may be required.
Victim Support is committed to supporting and promoting equality and diversity and to creating an inclusive working environment. We believe having a diverse workforce at all levels allows us to represent the communities we serve and connect better with people affected by crime. We believe this can be achieved through attracting, developing and retaining a diverse range of staff from many different backgrounds. We therefore welcome applicants from all communities and monitor the diversity of applicants to analyse if we are representative of the communities we serve in terms of sex, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation, trans identity, relationship status, religion or belief, caring responsibilities, age and socio-economic status. As part of our commitment to the Race at Work Charter we would particularly welcome applicants from BAME communities.
How to apply:
To apply for this role please follow the link below to the Jobs page on our website, and complete the application form demonstrating how you meet the essential shortlisting criteria.
We reserve the right to close this vacancy early, if we receive enough suitable applications to take forward to interview prior to the published closing date.
About The Role
Hours: 35 per week
Days: Monday - Friday
Location: Remote/Home Based
As a key operational manager, you will lead and manage a team of school-based practitioners deliveringmental health services in schools. You will have a key eye for service delivery; delivering on Place2Be’smission, values and business priorities. This role works across a geographical area reporting directly to aRegional Director.
Your team will span across various counties (spanning from Essex to Sussex) and will be home based.
Collaboration and Partnership work are at the heart of this role. You will ensure that the aspect of this delivery is part of a multi-agency approach with statutory and other voluntary sectors to create multiple pathways to ease access for young people and families to support their wellbeing.
You will bring passion and strong organisational skills to the team during this exciting period of opportunity for the organisation.
What will I be responsible for in my new role?
- Onboard new schools and establishing services where required
- Onboarding and inducting new members of staff
- Ensure high quality clinical practice and delivery of a full and effective service in all Place2Be schools provide Safeguarding and Child Protection training for staff and volunteers
- establish and maintain positive and active relationships with head teachers and governing bodies in partner schools
- undertake regular line management responsibilities of team members, reviewing on an ongoing basis delivery components in line with agreed outputs and KPIs
- analyse and use service data from your team and schools to inform and improve your team’s performance
- support people development; nurture skills and talent across your team to enable people to grow and develop
The successful candidate will have:
- experience of managing medium/large teams which may be multidisciplinary in nature to deliver locality/service objectives
- knowledge of relevant national policies, best practices, quality frameworks and local approaches to implementation within the specific area of mental health support for children and young people
- experience managing and leading health / social care / education services in either the statutory or voluntary sector
- the ability to influence people at all levels, in a clear, persuasive and tactful way
- strong multi-tasking skills, be flexible and show an ability to manage conflicting priorities
Interview Dates: TBC
In return we offer you a range of fantastic benefits including:
- Enhanced Annual Leave entitlement
- Robust Learning and Development Programme
- Contributory Pension Scheme
- Life Assurance, 4x Annual Salary
- Employee Assistance Programme
- Mobile Phone Discounts (EE Network)
- Cycle purchase and season ticket loan schemes
- Extended Maternity/Paternity Pay
If you share our core values of perseverance, integrity, compassion and creativity and have the counselling skills and patience to support some of the UK’s most vulnerable young people and families, we would love you to join us. It’s sensitive and demanding work – but hugely rewarding and fulfilling - you will be helping to give young people a brighter future.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
National Professional Engagement Manager
Full time (34.5 hours) - We are open to a conversation about how you work these hours. The role is home-based and frequent travel across the UK is required (we anticipate this to be approximately 1-2 days per week but could be more as the role develops. Successful candidate will receive car allowance.
Salary: £56,500 – 62,500 (London) or £53,000 – 59,000 (National)
Are you a values-led leader who is passionate about continuous quality improvement and the difference it can make to people living with cancer? Are you able to influence and work through teams to ensure that continuous quality improvement is truly at the heart of our professional offer and that Macmillan Professionals are supported to deliver high quality Macmillan experiences for people living with cancer?
If so, this could be the role for you!
We are striving to do everything that we can to ensure that our 11,000 valued Macmillan Professionals receive the absolute best professional engagement offer to support them to support people living with cancer they care for.
We want our professional engagement offer to be best in class and ensure that our Macmillan Professionals are supported by our UK Partnership colleagues to deliver the best possible services for people living with cancer.
About the role
This is an exciting new role supporting the Head of Professional Engagement to deliver the ambitious and dynamic professional engagement strategy across the organisation. As well as supporting the delivery of all five pillars of the strategy the successful candidate will have a particular responsibility for our quality improvement pillar.
The successful candidate will work with our UK Geographic teams to ensure that they feel inspired, empowered and confident to support external professionals and partners to deliver high quality continuous improvement activities.
The role holder will also support the Head of Professional Engagement and other key stakeholders in the development, co creation and implementation of a Macmillan Quality Standard that enables professionals and partners to evidence the quality of their Macmillan service.
You will have exceptional quality and continuous improvement skills and bring extensive experience of leading change and developing teams and services.
You will have a deep commitment to our purpose of improving the lives of people living with cancer through our Macmillan Professionals. You will be an inspiring collaborator, be able to work in a matrix environment and communicate and influence to deliver our quality improvement aspirations.
You will understand the complex environments in which our Macmillan Professionals operate and understand the issues and challenges that they face. You will contribute to the advancement of our strategic aims through equipping teams to deliver high quality professional engagement interventions.
It will be a major asset if applicants have extensive experience of delivering quality improvement agendas across health and social care systems.
We are striving to build a more diverse representational organisation, and we have noted that we are under-represented when it comes to those that identify as disabled, have an impairment or health condition and also those who identify as Black, Asian or another minority ethnic group. We are also under represented with those who identify as LGBTQ+.
We welcome applications from everyone who meets the criteria, but would also strongly encourage applications from individuals from groups where we are currently under-represented to help us move forward in achieving our aim of building a more diverse organisation so that we can better serve all People Living with Cancer. We have in place an Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Strategy and we have Organisational Values (see attached) which promote fairness and belonging for all. We also have a successful internal employee representation body; Our Voice and also 8 Employee Network groups to help us achieve a more engaged and inclusive organisation for all our people.
You will need a full UK Drivers licence and access to your own vehicle to undertake the role.
At Macmillan, we support millions of people living with cancer in the UK to live life as fully as they can by providing emotional, practical and financial support. Our values are at the heart of who we are and everything we do. We commit to actively developing you and our benefits include private medical insurance, life assurance, pension, generous leave, interest free loans for season tickets and gym memberships and much more.
We want to create a workforce that is representative of the people we support, and who support us. We advocate for being an inclusive organisation, where everyone can feel that they belong and where there are no barriers to success.
We want every individual to feel empowered to bring their best to work, and that’s why we offer flexibility in our working locations, working hours and benefits so we can support you in your life and your career, and we welcome a conversation about how these options can best support you.
We offer a range of flexible working patterns, such as compressed hours, e.g. 34.5 hours in 4 days instead of 5, flexibility to work earlier or later around our core working hours of 10am-4pm and more options.
In order to ensure fairness and consistency to select the best candidate for this role, all of our applications are anonymised up until an interview has been confirmed so that shortlisting is based solely upon the suitability of the candidate’s experience.
Applications close at 23:59pm on Sunday 10th July 2022
For any support during the application or interview process please do speak to People Services where we are able to offer advice and/or recruitment adjustments.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Are you the SVP's next Legacy Manager? Someone with the experience, drive, resilience, agility, creativity, and flair to implement the recommendations of its recent strategic legacy review to grow income from gifts in wills and in-memoriam fundraising at national and regional level? Then this is a great opportunity to join a busy, ambitious, and friendly team for your next career move in legacy fundraising or individual giving. Perhaps you are a legacy officer wishing to move into management or an experienced legacy manager in a small charity wanting experience at a national charity.
Using the experience and skills you have already gained in the charity sector, in legacy fundraising or individual giving, you will work closely with the Head of Fundraising to support members and staff to establish legacy giving across the Society. Through stronger donor relationships and increased income from gifts in wills and in-memoriam donations, we will ensure the Society is able to continue responding with its services and acts of kindness to so many people who will need our help, now and into the future.
Working Hours: You will be contracted to work 30 hours per week (full-time hours may be considered as part of the 2023/24 budgetary review).
Location: Remote or hybrid with the option to work from our London or Bradford office depending on location. (There will be occasional travel to the London or Bradford offices for in-person meetings, training, or team development days and visits to our projects as and when required.)
Salary: £28,997 - £33,521 per annum pro rata (plus London Weighting if applicable)
Benefits Package: 33 days holiday (pro rata) per year inclusive of bank holidays, a competitive pension scheme, employee assistance programme, retail discounts, birthday day off, buy/sell holiday scheme, enhanced paid leave, cycle to work scheme, free will writing service and lots more.
YOUR MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES:
- To implement the recommendations of the strategic legacy review.
- To ensure momentum and progress with the new legacy fundraising strategy including creation of new materials, the promotion and execution of campaigns, identifying and organising engagement opportunities and stewardship events, and overseeing legacy training to staff and members.
- To put in place new ideas, plans and recommendations to grow income from legacies and in-memoriam donations to meet financial targets.
- To develop and grow the legacy fundraising pipeline against agreed targets and KPIs, monitoring, evaluating, and reporting on a regular basis.
- To provide and oversee the administration of legacy enquiries, pledges, and notifications of legacy gifts.
- To identify, recruit and manage the Society’s Legacy Ambassadors and Legacy Champions.
- To act as a source of specialist knowledge for the Society in legacy fundraising, legacy marketing, and legacy administration.
TO BE SUCCESSFUL IN THIS ROLE, YOU’LL NEED:
- To be passionate about legacy giving and willing to inspire, enthuse and engage with key stakeholders across the Society
- Demonstrable experience and skills in either legacy fundraising, legacy marketing, legacy administration, or individual giving
- A good level of knowledge and understanding of legacy fundraising and the legacy sector
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to listen, be empathetic, and handle challenging, sensitive conversations
- Good organisation skills with the ability to lead on projects and bring people on board
- Good time management with the ability to juggle many priorities and competing deadlines
- Good attention to detail with the ability to handle complex legal and financial information
- To be a creative thinker with flair and an ability to problem solve and think out of the box
In return, we’ll provide you with the opportunity to work for a welcoming organisation that offers support, guidance, training, and development.
HOW TO APPLY:
If you feel you have the relevant experience and skills to fulfil this role successfully, please apply in the first instance with your CV. All suitable applicants will be sent a short application form to complete.
Closing Date: 14th July 2022
Deadline for Application Packs: 19th July 2022
Interviews: 28th July 2022
Previous candidates need not apply. Unfortunately, if you have not received a response within four weeks of your application, you have not been successful on this occasion.
Whilst we ask that staff have sympathy with the Society’s Christian values, religion is not considered in recruitment as we value people of all faiths or none.
ABOUT THE SVP:
The St Vincent de Paul Society is an international Christian voluntary organisation dedicated to tackling poverty and disadvantage in all its forms by providing practical assistance to people in need.
Our work is based on person-to-person contact and spending time with people is our greatest gift. Motivated by their faith, our 10,000 volunteer members in England and Wales are committed to meaningful and long-term befriending in their local communities. They visit people in their homes, hospital, prison, and care homes on a regular basis and offer sincere friendship and practical support such as food, furniture or financial help where needed and they organise trips and events for older and isolated people. We offer help to anyone regardless of faith, ethnicity, status, or sexual orientation.