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NEA, the national fuel poverty and energy efficiency charity, is recruiting for a Policy Analyst, with a flexible location.
NEA aims to eradicate fuel poverty and promote energy efficiency to low-income and other vulnerable households through working in partnership with central and local government, fuel utilities, the health sector, consumer groups and NGOs.
This post provides an exciting and rewarding opportunity to help the charity build its profile amongst regional stakeholders whilst delivering projects that seek to bring an end to fuel poverty and to the misery of cold homes that is experienced by 4 million households in the UK.
The Policy and Advocacy Directorate is growing, and the successful candidate will have a key responsibility for analysing relevant aspects of policy at a local, national and UK level.
The Policy Analyst will have demonstrable, relevant experience within a national charity, the energy industry, lobby group, public affairs department or consumer body, and a proven ability to influence key stakeholders. They will also have a thorough understanding of key aspects of relevant energy policy and it’s impact on fuel poverty.
The Policy Analyst will sit within the Policy and Advocacy Directorate, and will be part of a dynamic and caring team of professionals who are committed to NEA’s work to eradicate fuel poverty and promote sustainable energy.
This is a full time, 18 month fixed term contract: 37 hours per week. Location is flexible, we continue to work from home on a temporary basis. The job description which you will find on NEA’s website provides a list of the duties of the post and the person specification provides the list of essential and desirable criteria.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Title: Social Media Officer
Department: Development and Communications
Location: London/ Washington (Remote homebased)
Reporting to: Senior Director, Development and Communications
Direct reports: None
Budget responsibility: Not Applicable
ABOUT Relief International.
Relief International (RI) is a leading nonprofit organization working in 16 countries to relieve poverty, ensure well-being and advance dignity. We specialize in fragile settings, responding to natural disasters, humanitarian crises and chronic poverty.
Relief International combines humanitarian and development approaches to provide immediate services while laying the groundwork for long-term impact. Our signature approach — which we call the RI Way—emphasizes local participation, an integration of services, strategic partnerships and a focus on civic skills. In this way, we empower communities to find, design and implement the solutions that work best for them.
RI includes the four corporate members of the RI Alliance: RI-US, RI-UK, MRCA/RI-France and RI-Europe. Under our alliance agreement, we operate as a single, shared management structure.
RI is active in 16 countries around the world, including some of the most fragile: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Myanmar, Pakistan, Philippines, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Syria, Turkey, and Yemen. Often, RI is the only organization providing assistance to highly vulnerable communities.
RI employs 7,000+ staff and auxiliary workers
97% of staff are local nationals
We only have some 90 ex-pat staff out of 7,000+
RI spent $150 million in 2019 on our programs
Often, RI is the only organization providing assistance to highly vulnerable communities.
RI invests in four broad program sectors: Economic Opportunity, Education, Health, and Water, Sanitation and Hygiene. We design our programs to incorporate The RI Way: local participation, integrated programming, the development of civic skills, and complementary partnerships including with local NGOs, governments, and the private sector. RI supports solutions that reinforce and improve upon existing in-country systems. Where such systems do not exist or are chronically underperforming, RI’s crisis response lays the foundation for long-term, sustainable change.
We are looking for an experienced Social Media Officer to join our small and high performing Development & Communications team. You will develop and manage Relief International’ social media strategy, highlighting the organization’s global impact, and creating opportunities for fundraising engagement. You will create new content, and aggregate existing content for Relief International’s current social media channels; Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram. You will be up to date on the latest effective engagement strategies on all social media platforms, and will be constantly looking for new opportunities for engagement. RI is committed to professional development and will ensure this post has regular access to training to stay at the forefront of this fast-moving area of fundraising growth.
You will be excellent at spotting a story, and skilled at developing and editing the imagery to take that story to our audiences. You will be a skilled marketeer happy to get stuck in with the creation and implementation of comms content including video editing, photo development, and social media graphics, as well as contributing to the overall direction of Relief International’s communication campaigns as necessary.
You will work closely with team colleagues, consultants and external agencies both in the UK and USA. You will also liaise with RI colleagues globally, in differing roles from Country Directors to Communications Focal Points (CFP’s) and other program staff. Highly personable, you will be able to build relations with these colleagues who are in different time zones, from different cultures and who are working to a range of different priorities.
This role reports to the Senior Director of Development & Communications. It can be based in USA or UK and homebased, or with some days in the office in London or Washington DC each week, depending on COVID-19 restrictions. Some international travel to RI’s countries of operation to gather content may be required post COVID-19.
Key Responsibilities and Duties.
Social Media Strategy
Develop Relief International’s social media strategy, creating content and overseeing existing social media accounts (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram) with the goal of growing our presence and maximizing engagement.
Amplify organization’s impact and success stories by developing multi-media, digital content in collaboration with communications team members and consultants/vendors, including but not limited to videos, graphics, and interactive content.
Tracking and Monitoring
Set KPIs for upward growth, monitor social media metrics, and analyze outcomes, periodically reporting to Senior Director.
Build a paid social media marketing campaign to assist in the amplification of key RI messaging with each stakeholder segment.
Advise on new social media channels to create, and develop plans for implementation as necessary.
Collaborate with development and communications team to build holistic social media programming.
Oversee institutional response to social media engagement.
Identify and report on local and global social trends to internal teams, and advises on potential opportunities or risks.
Update social media style guide and escalation policy, as well as other institutional documents as necessary.
Create and edit videos for website and social media.
Create social media assets – reels, stories as necessary.
Assists colleagues with social media best practices by providing tools, guidelines and trainings as needed.
Coordinate with team members to maintain RI’s editorial calendar.
Provide crisis communication responses and recommendations when necessary.
Manage vendor relationships as needed.
Regularly pitch ideas for new content to senior members of the department.
Develop strong working relations with team members in the global office and in RI’s 17 countries of operation, and have regular contact about the work in each country.
Support other communications functions in the department as needed.
Other related tasks that may from time to time
Uphold and promote RI’s commitment to ensuring the safeguarding and safety of the vulnerable communities we serve.
Consistent with RI’s safeguarding and protection policies, ensure your job-related activity and practice is compliant with safeguarding standards.
Ensure that your behaviour inside and outside of work promotes the values outlined with RI’s code of conduct and safeguarding policies
Remain alert and responsive to any child and adult safeguarding risks, acquire relevant knowledge and skills which will enable you to promote strong safeguarding practices, understand the child and adult safeguarding policy and procedures.
Experience and skills required for the role.
BA in Communications, Public Relations, Marketing, Journalism, International Relations or related field or equivalent work experience.
Previous experience of donor focused communications, working for a nonprofit, media outlet, marketing or ad agency preferably in an international development context.
Experience managing organizational social networking accounts (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, etc.)
Experience developing, implementing, and reporting on an organization’s social media strategy.
Strong writing skills for variety of different audiences.
Keen interest in and knowledge of international relief and development or related fields; prior experience working at an international organization strongly preferred.
A self-starter with demonstrated capacity for effective teamwork.
Excellent organizational abilities with strong skill managing multiple projects.
Strong communications skills working with diverse teams, located globally.
Outstanding written communication and editing skills.
Design and video editing experience using Adobe Photoshop, Premiere and After Effects, preferred.
Email and website CMS experience (Wordpress) a plus
Experience with Google Analytics a pluse(/)478
Guided by the humanitarian principles of humanity, neutrality, impartiality, and independence, as well as “Do No Harm,” Relief International Values:
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
The Forces Employment Charity, are looking for a highly motivated Employment Support Consultant to promote and provide employability and employment support for veterans within the region.
Reporting to the National Forces Employment Support (FES) Manager, the successful applicant will have a track record of providing employment and job finding support. A strong customer focus and an ability to work independently to achieve targets and deadlines is an essential requirement along with strong communication and organising skills, knowledge of the local employment market, training and adult education opportunities.
- Provide advice and guidance to support veterans into employment; facilitating veterans to access suitable training courses, Employment Support Grants (ESG) and work placements.
- Develop links with local and regional businesses and business forums to develop relationships with Corporate Mentors and to provide enhanced local level employment opportunities, working collaboratively with Employer Relationship Managers (ERMs).
- Post and maintain an exemplar professional LinkedIn profile and engage with appropriate content from RFEA and partner organisations.
- Link with local and regional Ex-Armed Forces support agencies initiatives to create a flow of veterans requiring employment support. This will include as a minimum creating working relationships with Armed Forces Charities and DWP and regional Armed Forces Champions (including Armed Forces Covenant groups)
The ideal candidate will have:
- Empathy with Armed Forces personnel and an understanding of the challenges they face.
- Strong networking skills and the enthusiasm and ability to create relationships that will support the work of RFEA FES.
- A good understanding of the employment market, including recruitment, welfare to work provision, work-based learning and vocational training.
- Extensive experience in blended provision of support.
- Clean driving licence and exclusive use of a car.
What we offer:
- Salary - £27,500
- Annual leave (25 days + bank holidays + Birthday Grant Leave)
- Flexible working patterns
- 4% pension contribution
- Training and development opportunities
This is a full-time role working 35 hours per week. The role is home/office based with local and regional travel. Consultants will spend an average of 30% of their time networking within their region.
To apply, please submit a Covering Letter and CV. Closing date for the position is Midnight 27th May 2022. Interviews are scheduled to be shortly after.
The successful candidate will be required to undertake Enhanced Barring Service checks and Ministry of Defence security clearance, which requires applicants to have been resident in the UK for the last 5 years.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
National Committee Fundraising Programme Consultant
Consultancy time: 30 hours per week
Location: Africa, Middle East, South Asia preferred, but all geographies will be considered
Daily Rate: £20 per hour worked with a maximum of £25,000 for the duration of the 10-month contract from 1 July 2022- 30 April 2023
Start: 1 July 2022 (TBD)
Duration of contract for services: 30 April 2023, with a possibility of extension
Contract type: Freelancer
Changing the world takes passion and dedication
Isn’t it time that your passion and dedication be channelled towards a career and community that genuinely change lives?
- want to transform your own life by transforming the lives of others
- crave a career that creates opportunity for others
- desire to make dreams come true for those who never thought it possible
- know that education is the foundation from which we can change the world
- believe that today’s young people can transform tomorrow
- strive for world peace and global sustainability
- dare to dream
...then a career with UWC could be the change you need.
UWC is a global family of schools with a powerful difference. With a shared goal of working towards global peace and sustainability, we bring together young people from around the world to study in one of our 18 schools on four continents. There they don’t just learn how to be great at passing exams. They learn how to communicate across cultural boundaries. They develop the skills to be a changemaker. They design and engage in initiatives that transform their lives and the lives of those around them for the better. And they stay a “UWC-er” for life, becoming part of a global community of almost 60,000 changemakers transforming the lives of others.
Working with us will inspire and challenge you
Driving a mission to make the UWC experience available to tomorrow’s changemakers, irrespective of their background, beliefs and economic means demands colleagues with passion and dedication, and a talent for transformation. Our students go on to become leaders in politics, NGOs, social enterprises, community movements, charities, and business. For life, they remain dedicated to the UWC mission and many of them remain in close contact with us, their school, and their peers.
Are you our new Consultant?
We are now searching for a Consultant for the NC Fundraising Programme, who will work remotely with our team on fundraising development and capacity building for UWC national committees around the world in the Fundraising Programme, under the supervision of the NC Senior Consultant. The role will be responsible for leading the development of strategy to innovate national committee promotion and outreach, will collaborate closely with the other Consultant to develop strategy on alumni & community engagement, and support the ongoing work on national committee fundraising. Because of the voluntary nature of UWC national committees, volunteer support should be considered an important part of the job. The role is part-time, 30 hours a week.
If this sounds like the role to make you leap from bed every day then read on for further details.
The NC Fundraising Programme focuses on three key areas: promotion, alumni and community engagement, and fundraising. The Consultant should contribute to strategising the connections between the three domains, and work with the team to innovate new approaches to grow national committee fundraising, including how best to use data to monitor, evaluate, and report on the programme. This will also involve liaising between UWC national committees and UWC schools. Specific responsibilities in each domain include the following:
Promotion and outreach
Lead and innovate support for national committee online promotion to improve donor visibility and increase application numbers
Where possible, support NCs to establish application fees as a sustainable income source, including with financial systems
Alumni and community engagement
Alongside the other team Consultant, innovate new strategies to expand national committee alumni and community engagement efforts
Develop new approaches for community communications such as newsletters to improve engagement
Evaluate and recommend new approaches to develop the link between alumni and community engagement and fundraising, including with in-network fundraising appeals and campaigns
Support national committees in establishing NC Community Association or subscription structures as sustainable income source
Support the other team Consultant to develop national committee fundraising across a complex range of experience levels of contexts
The person we are looking for should have the following:
- The ideal candidate comes from an Advancement (fundraising and communications) background, with a particular focus on promotion and engagement
- Knowledge of communications and advertising strategies an advantage, particularly on social media
- Experience with problem-solving, project management and working on various projects with competing deadlines; detail-oriented with strong organisational skills
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills, cross-cultural sensitivity and a high level of comfort operating in an international and multicultural environment
- Experience of working with volunteers, and/or adaptability and empathetic approaches to volunteer management would be an asset; sensitivity to the role of national committees and the UWC International Office within the larger UWC movement would be a particular advantage.
- Proven self-motivation, proactive attitude, flexibility and adaptability
- Excellent spoken and written English
- IT fluency, particularly with the Google Drive suite, and strong data analysis skills
This position can work remotely, reporting to the Lead Consultant on the NCFP.
It is expected that once Covid permits the job holder will travel to UWC schools and colleges. For that reason a basic DBS check (Disclosure barring statement) or international equivalent will be required before any job offer is made.
Contract for services
Please note we are looking for freelancers who can provide services listed above. As part of the nature of the contract there is no holiday or sick pay.
UWC places deliberate diversity at the heart of our educational model because of its critical importance in our mission ‘to unite people, nations and cultures for peace and a sustainable future’.
At the UWC International Office, we believe this commitment to deliberate diversity must be reflected within our team, organisational practices, policies and culture. We recognise people with different backgrounds, skills, attitudes and experiences bring fresh ideas and perceptions, and we encourage and leverage these differences to make our work more relevant and approachable.
We will not discriminate or tolerate discriminatory behaviour on any grounds such as, but not limited to, race, gender, disability, nationality, national or ethnic origin, religion or belief, marital/partnership or family status, sexual orientation, age or socioeconomic background.
We strive to be an inclusive workplace where everyone feels a sense of belonging, has a voice, can raise concerns, and feels comfortable and confident. We expect everyone who works with us to share this commitment and to act accordingly, as we aspire to best serve the UWC mission and our global community. It is an ongoing journey and we welcome all those who are ready to travel with us.
Applications Process and Deadline
Please send your CV and cover letter in English (each of a maximum of 2 pages) that relates your experience to the requirements to the email address on our website. Please also indicate how you heard about this role. In your application, please also provide the name, roles and contact details of two referees. We will not contact them without letting you know.
Please note that applications without a cover letter will not be considered.
Deadline for application: 11:59 pm UK time, 29 May 2022.
The interviews will take place the week beginning 30 May 2022.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Culture Review Consultant
Invitation to Tender
Salary: To be discussed at interview stage (£12,000 maximum)
Hours: To be discussed at interview stage
Vacancy Reference: S119
Closing Date: 25 May 2022 (9.00 am)
Interview Date: 8 June 2022
Solace Women’s Aid is an innovative, exciting, grassroots charity working across London and we’ve been in operation for over 45 years. Our purpose is to bring to an end the harm done through domestic and sexual violence to all survivors, and in particular women and children. Our work is holistic and empowering, working alongside survivors to achieve independent lives free from abuse.
Solace have expanded over the years and as such have faced a number of challenges. Iin order to support a healthy growth, we’re inviting potential candidates to register their interest to conduct Solaces organisational culture review. This will entail examining and reporting on the workplace culture of Solace and provide findings and recommendations for further improvements.
Looking at additional support systems for staff and management engagement in the delivery of solace services, including processes, training and professional development, including leadership skills within our Senior Management and Executive Teams.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Salary: circa £37,000 per annum plus on-call allowance £840 per annum.
Perks: Annual leave of 29 days, plus public holidays, flexible maternity, adoption and paternity packages, annual staff awards, up to 7% employer contribution pension scheme, employee discount portal with all your favourite brands, check out more on our career's portal.
Contract/Hours: Permanent -Full-Time -35 hours per week.
Location: Homebased (with up to 2 days in the London/Watford office per month).
Closing date: Midnight on Tuesday 24thMay 2022.
If we receive a high number of applications, we may need to close earlier than advertised so get your application in quickly!
We're thrilled that you're considering a career with Action for Children so here's what you need to know….
At Action for Children, we believe that every child should have a safe and happy childhood. Last year, we helped more than 600,000 children and families across the UK. We work to ensure their voices are heard and we campaign to bring lasting change to their lives.
What you'll be doing:
In this fantastic new role of Consumer PR Media Manager, you will manage, plan, and deliver consumer PR strategies and activities across the UK to highlight the work of Action for Children and issues relating to disadvantaged children, young people and families. You'll help raise our brand profile, build our celebrity PR profile and the media profile of our fundraising and corporate partnership work.
You'll do this by:
- Acting as an expert advisor with staff and stakeholders on broad ranging PR and media relations issues and events, utilising this expertise to develop and deliver effective and compelling consumer media relations strategies, relating to the organisation's core business objectives eg. for campaigns, services, policy, and fundraising initiatives.
- Assuming overall responsibility for all aspects of key initiative-taking consumer PR launches and reactive opportunities, including coordinating sell-ins to national and regional news, trade, and consumer PR media.
- Building effective working relationships with key internal stakeholders, fundraising, communications and policy colleagues and relevant services to create and deliver innovative, integrated consumer PR campaigns.
- Collaborating with the celebrity partnerships team to build campaigns that maximise PR opportunities with our high-profile supporters, helping to build more awareness of our work.
- Developing and managing our media campaigns with high profile corporate partners to meet shared objectives and maximise opportunities for brand awareness raising.
- Taking responsibility for raising standards of media materials for national, trade, news, and consumer media outlets in accordance to Action for Children's key messages, editorial styles, and procedures.
- Contributing to making the media team efficient and effective, including developing resources and building relationships to promote education, understanding and buy-in of the work of the media and PR team across the organisation.
- Managing and coordinating innovative and creative approaches to bringing to life the work of Action for Children, including making effective use of case studies, celebrities, and consumer media. Oversee development and implementation of media events, PR stunts or celebrity events to increase engagement with Action for Children's brand and fundraising activity.
What we need from you:
- Degree level qualification or equivalent professional qualification in journalism desirable but not required.
- Proven track record of working in a busy press office or PR agency.
- Experience of designing compelling, creative, and effective consumer media PR strategies.
- Experience of managing projects from planning to delivery stages, including evaluation.
- Experience of building and maintaining good working relationships with a variety of stakeholders, including internal clients, corporate partners, and journalists.
- Must have the ability to identify good news or PR story and understand what works for consumer media.
- Proven knowledge of working in a UK media with consumer PR outlets.
- The ability to line manage staff.
- Crisis communication and reputational management experience desirable.
Working here is so much more than a job. It's an investment of time to truly make a difference to the lives of vulnerable children, young people, and families across the UK.
We work together to reach our vision of safe and happy childhoods. Given this and our ongoing commitment to Diversity and Inclusion, we encourage applications from everyone.
We value and celebrate the diversity of those that work with us and as an inclusive workplace we want all our current and future staff to feel able to be themselves in the workplace.
If you're interested in finding out more, click apply and visit our careers portal for more information.
If, for any reason, you need support with your application, please contact David Simpson. We'll be happy to give you any support you require.
If you want to get to know us a little better, check out our socials on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook or YouTube.
Part-time – expected commitment of 1.5 days per month, for at least six months
£10.80 /hr outside M25; £12.55 /hr inside M25. Travel expenses paid
Location - UK wide
Fixed term contract of 6 months
Are you a proactive, organised and compassionate individual with lived experience of the prison and probation services across England and Wales? If so, St Giles Trust is looking for a Peer Consultant to join our team and deliver activities that will support and advise the National Probation Service on change as part of our ground-breaking Engaging People on Probation (EPOP) contract.
About St Giles Trust
An ambitious, well-established charity that helps people facing adversity to find jobs, homes and the right support they need. Central to our ethos is our belief that people with first-hand experience of successfully overcoming issues such as an offending background, homelessness, addictions and gang involvement, hold the key to positive change in others.
The Wise Group is a leading social enterprise working to lift people out of poverty. St Giles and The Wise Group came together to form a partnership with the aim of supporting the Probation Resettlement reforms by offering a high-quality service underpinned by staff who have lived experience and cultural competency. This partnership includes the EPOP project, an exciting new opportunity to work closely with the National Probation Service and Peer Consultants will be at the centre of this project.
About this exciting opportunity
As Peer Consultant, you will participate actively in initial training in peer-led evaluation and consultancy approaches and in specialist and refresher training workshops on tools and techniques. You will also work with regional and national NPS representatives to self-assess progress in engaging people on probation and identify areas of strength and for development, plus support the development of regional actions plans and measures of success.
We will also count on you to support, co-deliver, or lead activities to address areas for development in the region e.g. workshops, surveys, comms activities and to promote and demonstrate the value of POP involvement to everyone involved in the project.
What we are looking for
- Relevant lived experience, e.g. either on license, recently left the justice system, with other lived experience welcomed (e.g. of homelessness, mental distress, substance misuse, domestic violence/abuse)
- The ability to relate directly and authentically to people on probation as a peer
- A background of having links to people on probation
- The ability to follow processes and/or completing tasks, where accuracy is important
- A good knowledge and understanding of the issues faced by people on probation
- Sound IT, organisational and communication skills, both verbal and written
In return, you can expect a competitive salary, generous leave allowance, staff pension, flexible working, a mentoring programme, an advice and counselling service, childcare vouchers, season ticket loan and much more.
For further information, or to apply, please visit our website via the ‘Apply’ button.
Closing date: 11pm, Sunday 24th July 2022. Please apply early as interviews will be conducted when suitable applications are received.
St Giles will guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria set out in the Job Description for the vacancy.
These unique and rewarding freelance audit opportunities would suit experienced experienced audit professionals that are flexible, love diverse travel experiences(post pandemic/ international safe zones), meeting inspiring people and supporting very worthwhile causes. AfID is recruiting on behalf of a leading specialist in assurance services for international institutional donors such as the UN, World Bank, FIFA, DFID & The Gates Foundation. Short audit assignments would suit experienced qualified audit professionals with grant audit / management experience, ideally in a not-for-profit/ international development context.
Complete international grant expenditure audits for a diverse range of projects (grant recipients) funded by international donor institutions ranging from emergency aid, to long term development in areas such as agriculture, health or infrastructure, to more commercial projects such as SME development or technical research. Assignments are 1-3 weeks in length and based across the European mainland and the developing world. These are offered on an assignment by assignment basis, one to two months in advance. Please note there is no guaranteed period of work within the contract. Contractors can be based outside the UK on the European mainland but must be able to work within the EU.
- Qualified ACA / ACCA or equivalent – 5+ years post qualified experience
- Grant management and audit and reporting experience with international institutions. Preference given to individuals that have worked on UN or EC grant assurance assignments
- Diplomacy and cultural sensitivity while working with a hugely diverse range of clients and beneficiaries
- A real interest in international development and associated funding structures
- Fluency in a second language Spanish, German, French, Arabic, Portuguese, Mandarin, Russian or Turkish
- Excellent communication, report writing and presentation skills in English.
- Resilience and adaptability
- At least 5+ years of relevant audit experience
- Ability to work under pressure; Strong planning, organisational and time management skills
- Sound technical and analytical skills, report writing and presentation skills
Passionate about international travel and development and willing to work in international locations. Individual must be prepared to travel to challenging location when it is deemed safe to do so. Individuals must also be able to demonstrate effective past working practices when working remotely with a range of clients.
We are looking for an experienced and passionate individual to join our small team of support staff. This is a great opportunity for someone who enjoys having great autonomy in organising their own workload and using their broad fundraising skills and drive to make a positive impact. If you enjoy a challenge and like to see the direct results of your efforts, then this role is for you!
Key information: Fundraising and Development Manager
Location: Remote/home-based – with occasional travel to Newham, East London.
Reporting to: CEO
Hours: 24 hours a week (over 3 set days or worked flexibly)
Salary: £16.96 per hour (£21,166 per annum) plus pension contribution and employee wellbeing package.
Purpose of role:
As part of our small and flexible team, the Fundraising and Development Manager is primarily responsible for maximising income and support for Treasures Foundation, so that we can continue with our success and meet our ambitious plans for expansion.
The Fundraising and Development Manager reports to the CEO and supervises the Quality Manager and the Finance Manager.
- Maintain and implement our Fundraising Strategy with a focus on Trusts and Foundations, whilst developing other streams of revenue, including corporate partnerships, online fundraising, major donors and the potential creation of a social enterprise.
- Contribute to the ongoing development of the organisational strategy for the charity.
- Build on the successful development of the current fundraising programme to ensure the growth and consolidation of key income streams.
- Work with the CEO, Quality Manager and Finance Manager to identify and scope project plans and budgets.
- Identify new and creative opportunities for increasing and generating income.
- Produce attractive and engaging materials to support the fundraising plan and present a compelling case for support to funders and donors. This includes maintaining the website and social media platforms.
- Attend interviews and meetings with funders (usually via zoom/phone) as part of the application or reporting process.
- Work alongside the Quality Manager and Finance Manager, to collate and analyse information from our Lamplight monitoring database, to produce accurate and timely monitoring and evaluation reports for funders.
- Nurture and maintain relationships with funders and donors.
- Review fundraising policies and practice and ensure that the charity is operating within charity law and adheres to the Institute of Fundraising Codes of Practice.
Governance and external relations
- Co-ordinate Trustee meeting dates, setting the agenda, taking minutes and ensuring that all documentation is circulated in a timely manner.
- Report to the Board of Trustees on financial and quality management issues, as well as ensuring they are informed of and engaged in the fundraising agenda.
- Work with external consultants provided through various funders on improving our policies, systems and processes.
- Arrange networking opportunities and meetings for the CEO and keyworkers with funders, partners, services or people of influence.
- Contribute to and oversee the production of the annual report and annual accounts.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Winston's Wish is a national charity providing support to children who have been bereaved. Our vision is of a society in which grieving children and young people get the support they need, when they need it.
We are currently seeking a Training Partnerships Practitioner to develop, promote and deliver online and face-to-face bespoke bereavement training to organisations and communities who support bereaved children and young people.
You will be involved in researching key areas where need is greatest, identifying the training needs, and working with the wider team to develop and deliver a bespoke training package.
You will need experience of delivering training to professionals and working with children, young people and families, as well as an understanding of the experience and consequences of bereavement in childhood. Excellent communication, interpersonal and organisation skills are essential to this role.
In return, we can offer an interesting and rewarding environment where you can make a real difference.
Winston’s Wish is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. We welcome applications from individuals who bring fresh perspectives and experiences. Should you require the recruitment pack or application form in a different format, or any other reasonable adjustments to the recruitment process, please let us know.
Every day in the UK, 13 babies are stillborn or die shortly after birth.
Sands is the leading stillbirth and neonatal death charity and exists to reduce the number of babies dying and to support anyone affected by the death of a baby, before, during or shortly after birth.
We are looking for a collaborative and enthusiastic Bereavement Care Resources Officer to help us deliver Sands’ aim of improving the quality and consistency of the bereavement care provided by professionals after pregnancy loss or the death of a baby.
This a newly-created role which exists to ensure that staff in hospitals and other settings providing bereavement care have access to the best possible resources, as well as updating and promoting Sands’ bereavement care resources plus embedding bereavement care standards into key national frameworks such as NICE guidelines.
You will have an in-depth knowledge of the current practice, policy and guidelines in healthcare and bereavement, as well as experience of creating and updating guidance materials and written resources which remain responsive to the changing needs of internal and external stakeholders.
Additionally, you will be a great communicator with excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to reach out to, and engage with, diverse communities.
With a highly organised approach, you will have demonstrable experience of successfully managing and co-ordinating projects including the reporting, monitoring and measuring of outputs and impact.
In addition to the above, you will be able to absorb and understand complex issues and communicate them effectively to public and professional audiences.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
The role of Training Officer is a key new position in supporting the charity’s strategic goal of growing our outstanding training programmes that equip people and faith communities to reach their potential as peacemakers. The Training Officer will support all work related to our training programmes, internal and external, both online and in-person training. The role will have a particular responsibility for the delivery and ongoing development of the ‘Positive Working Together’ training programme for the Methodist Church in Britain, in collaboration with colleagues in the Methodist Church Learning Network, and under the co-ordination of the Training Manager.
Previous experience of training, resourcing and equipping in the charity sector, as well as a passion for peacemaking is essential. This is an exciting time to join Place for Hope and play a pivotal role in equipping faith communities to choose peace in times of fear and division.
Place for Hope is a Scottish Charity, passionate about developing peacemakers in faith communities. We accompany people experiencing conflict and equip and train people to navigate change and conflict well. To deliver this purpose, we are privileged to have a highly trained, multi-denominational team of volunteer Practitioners who have expertise in mediation, training and facilitation. The Practitioners are supported by our small, dedicated staff team.
Salary Scale: £29,394 - £31,182 (full time equivalent per annum; starting scale dependent on skill and experience)
Status: Fixed Term (18 months, with possibility of extension), Part-time – 21 hours p/w
Location: Home Working, with travel for events throughout Scotland & UK
Interviews will be held on: 20/06/22
Start date: tbc depending on availability, but a.s.a.p. would be ideal.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Place for Hope, as an independent Scottish Charity (SCO45224), is an equal opportunity organisation and does not discriminate on the grounds of race, religion or belief, gender, disability, sexual orientation or age.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
An excellent remote working opportunity for an experienced corporate fundraiser to work closely with the leadership team and oversee developing and managing national and regional high value and strategic partnerships at this well-known children's charity.
The TPP Fundraising and Development team is supporting this small-medium sized charity with the search for a Strategic Partnerships Manager who will be responsible for driving forward new partnerships; both commercial and non-commercial, that will grow their income and brand profile, whilst connecting key stakeholders to elevate and help partnerships reach their maximum potential.
This is a permanent role, reporting to the Head of Partnerships and Philanthropy. You will be responsible for:
- Developing and implementing high value stewardship plans
- Working with the Head of Partnerships and Business Development to identify strategies to develop commercial and non-commercial partnerships
- Diversifying the corporate offering with scope for growth across sectors and industries
- Supporting the charity to market consultancy services and products to position them as a leader in their field
- Leading on account management of key strategic and high value partnerships
- Preparing and presenting proposals to prospective partners individually or as part of a team
- Scan for new developments, insights and business trends into corporate giving and complete quarterly reports on partnerships, KPIs and forecasts
As a strategic role, the successful candidate will be someone with excellent business acumen. You will have experience of winning successful negotiations, high value partnership development and be used to managing a portfolio of around £500K. If you are looking for a senior, highly strategic corporate fundraising role, that offers flexible remote working, this could be an excellent opportunity for you!
To apply, please send through a CV in response to this advert in the first instance, and a TPP consultant will follow up with information about the role, organisation and recruitment process.
We want you to have every opportunity to demonstrate your skills, ability and potential; please contact us if you require any assistance or adjustment so that we can help with making the application process work for you.
Title: Senior Data Analyst
Salary: £35k - £40k per annum (plus £3500 London Allowance if applicable)
Hours/Contract: 35 hours per week
Contract Type: Permanent
Based: London Office (Hybrid - Occasional trips into the office required when needed)
Closing date: 1st June 2022
Interview date: TBC
What we are looking for:
The role of the Senior Data Analyst is to provide analysis, reporting and insight support to the Head of Fundraising Analysis & Insight and the Fundraising Directorate.
Data and Insight is a vital element in guiding decision making across Fundraising and Marie Curie.
A key theme of the Senior Data Analyst role is to help Fundraising:
- To better understand the impact of each supporter communication
- To deliver the right message to the right audience at the right time, using the most appropriate channel
- To understand the connection between each communication
- To identify trends with our supporters
- To support and drive decision making through the use of data and insight
As such we're looking for candidates with significant analytics experience, advanced Excel and strong Power BI & SQL skills, a good understanding of how data and analytics can be used to support decisions, the ability to communicate analysis across business functions and an understanding of how to visualise data for different audiences.
What's in it for you:
- Continued access to NHS Pension Scheme (subject to eligibility)
- Marie Curie Group Personal Pension Scheme
- Season ticket loan
- Loan schemes for bikes; computers and satellite navigation systems
- Continuous development
- Industry leading training programmes
- Employee Assistance Programme
- Flexible Working
Marie Curie is committed to its values, which underpin our work. We take stringent steps to ensure that the people who join our organisation through employment or volunteering, are suitable for their roles and are committed to safeguarding all our people from harm. This includes our staff, volunteers and all those who use or come into contact with our services. We are dedicated to creating not just a safe place to work but also a supportive and rewarding one.
We are committed to a world where everyone can thrive and fulfil their potential. We are devoted to the social justice imperatives and organisational benefits of full diversity, inclusion and equity in the workplace, and are a Stonewall champion. We actively encourage and welcome applications from candidates of diverse cultures, perspectives and lived experiences.
Shortlisting and Interviews will happen on a rolling basis so early application is encouraged. We reserve the right to close this vacancy early. Agencies need not apply.
Charity People are recruiting a Bid Support/Business Development Manager on behalf of a fabulous international environmental research organisation that aims to deliver positive change on a global scale.
This is a full-time role.
This role is remote working with the requirement to meet in either London or Edinburgh once per month.
About the role
This is an exciting opportunity to work closely with the Head of Business Development and Strategy, the Research Groups and the Proposals Finance team. You will be responsible for supporting the proposal and bid development process and writing standard proposal sections and editing technical input from researchers.
You will provide support to the Research Groups in pulling together core application and bid documents by using 'end-to-end' project management system to track proposals, manage risks and review and identify key trends.
About the person
We are looking for someone with substantial proposal development / bid support experience for bids of six figures plus. With a track record of successful income generation you will have experience of working with institutional funders (e.g. FCDO, BEIS, EC, USAID, and/or Research Councils), in proposal development.
With strong project and partnership management experience and experience in working in an academic or research environment you will play a key internal networking and strategic role.
Salary: Up to £48,595
If interested, please apply before Friday 27th May 2022.
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.