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About The Connection at St Martin’s
We believe that no one should have to sleep rough on London’s streets, and that everyone should get the support they need to find a place to call home. We get to know every person we work with, understanding what they need to recover, helping them build on their strengths, and supporting them to find their own way home. Help us make London a city where no one sleeps rough on our streets.
London’s diversity is its biggest asset and we strive to ensure our workforce reflects London’s diversity at all levels. We welcome applications from everyone regardless of age, gender, gender identity, gender expression, ethnicity, sexual orientation, faith or disability.
We particularly encourage applications from candidates with lived experience of homelessness who we believe are an essential asset in our sector.
We are committed to being an inclusive employer and welcome the opportunity to consider flexible working arrangements.
About the Role
- Do you have a passion for creating a great working environment with continuous improvement initiatives?
- You will be able to combine technical skills (Project Management, IT, H&S, contractor management) with interpersonal skills to build relationships
- You will deliver facilities and IT which support excellent service delivery for staff and clients
- You will have knowledge & understanding of Health & Safety regulations
- You will have an understanding of effective contract management, as well as experience of managing a range of contracts
Salary: £37,274- £43,349
Closing Date: Sunday 10th July 2022
Interview Date: Friday 15th July 2022
- 30 days holiday plus bank holidays
- Generous training budget, plus an annual personal training budget
- Enhanced Sick Pay Policy
- Enhanced family friendly policies
- Day off for moving house
- Hybrid working (depending on role requirements)
- Pension – 5% Employer, 3% Employee
- Cycle to Work Scheme
- Season Ticket Loan
We are a London Living Wage employer
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Summary of Role
The post holder will be a technical lead on procurement and logistics matters introducing, developing and implementing best practice across our UK headquarters and offering technical support to our Country Offices. The role will aim to support Muslim Aid in its delivery of high quality, accessible and reliable emergency/humanitarian aid across its UK headquarters and Country Offices. The role will challenge and encourage engagement, as we further develop our procurement and logistics systems, policies and procedures and associated planning. The post holder will manage the procurement and logistics framework and tools, in order to strengthen the capabilities and knowledge of all our stakeholders, ensuring we adopt best practice and industry standards across our global operations. He/She will work closely with key stakeholders, help identify and develop a robust system and framework across our business operations to support ongoing logistics and procurement activities. He/She will also oversee all education and training delivered to staff, volunteers, consultants and those associated to Muslim Aid.
About the Role
- Manage and develop the procurement and logistics resource and strategy for UK headquarters and offer technical support to Country Offices with local strategy and planning aimed at strengthening local procurement capacity and resources.
- Help and support UK and Country Office Focal Points and wider staff to establish and develop local procurement networks to support local implementation.
- Support UK and Country Focal Points and Procurement Officers to improve, streamline, standardise procurement and logistics systems, tools and practices. Share best practice and wider learning from these experiences across the organisation.
- Support colleagues to undertake risk assessments and solutions to mitigate risks in the supply chain across the organisation.
- Design and deliver a suite of mandatory core training workshops/training programmes as part of the continuous learning and development of employees, trustees, volunteers and those engaged with Muslim Aid.
- Support effective auditing and certification of the Country’s procurement systems and provide guidance to the countries on action plans. Oversee follow-up action in order to ensure maximum levels of compliance and competence.
- Educated to degree standard with a professional qualification in a relevant field.
- Experience of procurement and logistics practices within developing countries.
- Proven experience designing, facilitating and evaluating procurement training programmes/workshops in different cultural and organisational contexts and at a range of levels
- Ability to adapt to changing deadlines and priorities and deliver results against demanding timetables and in the face of competing demands.
- Ability to accurately and systematically assess/evaluate environments, with an eye for detail and the ability to spot inconsistencies and potential threats thereby developing solutions and tools to improve risk assessments.
- Conflict Management skills with the ability to handle sensitive issues with a results-driven approach.
Benefits you will enjoy if you work for us:
- 37 days holiday (including Bank Holidays and Privilege days)
- Hybrid working
- Employee benefits with Perkbox
- Paid time off for medical appointments
- 2 hours lunch break on Fridays
- Time off in Lieu (TOIL)
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Role: Project Manager
Salary: £33,528 - £36,879 per annum
Contract: Full-time, 6 Months FTC
End Youth Homelessness (EYH) is a movement of the UK’s leading youth homelessness charities. Youth homelessness does not have to be inevitable. EYH drives research, collaboration, awareness and funding to identify and scale interventions that end youth homelessness. End Youth Homelessness was established by Centrepoint in 2014 and has achieved great success. In 2022, End Youth Homelessness will embark on the next stage of its journey as an independent charity supporting its Member Charities in their vital work helping young people leave housing insecurity behind.
The Project Manager will be will be a pivotal member of the EYH team as we embark on our journey to becoming an independent charity. The post holder will play a key role in the development of our new employability programme, the development of a pro bono recruitment consultancy to support homeless and disadvantaged young people into employment. The post holder will work closely with the Head of Operations to develop and implement the project strategy and delivery plan, being responsible for driving the day to day activity of the project.
This is a unique and exciting opportunity for an entrepreneurial and driven individual with strong relationship and project management skills to join a committed team that is making a tangible difference in the lives of vulnerable and homeless young people across the UK.
What you will be doing…
• Lead the development of a network of referral organisations and work with them to support young people into job opportunities Develop relationships with prospective partners.
• Act as the account manager for our recruitment partner, working closely with their project lead and supporting them to promote the programme across their client base
• Design and develop project processes
• Develop and test commercial options to make the project financially sustainable
In return for your efforts you’ll receive a competitive salary, excellent training and development, and a host of staff benefits including:
- 25 days of annual leave per year, rising by one day per year to a maximum of 27 days
- Excellent training package to ensure you have the skills and knowledge to build a new career
- Employer pension contributions of 4%
- Clear career progressions, linked to portfolio work, that enables movement up the pay scale
- Access to Cycle 2 Work loan scheme
- An interest-free travel loan
At Centrepoint we challenge the discrimination within society that contributes to youth homelessness, and we are just as committed to fairness and equality within Centrepoint itself. We are passionate about ensuring all of our colleagues are made to feel included in the work we do and that we value the rich diversity within the organization.
We are an equal opportunities employer and we welcome applications regardless of sex, gender, race, age, belief in any religion and none, gender identity, ethnic origin, class, sexuality, nationality, appearance, unrelated criminal activities, disability, responsibility for dependents, part time or shift workers, being HIV positive or living with AIDS, lived experience of homelessness or using young people’s services and any other matter which causes a person to be treated with injustice.
Centrepoint’s policy is to recruit, employ and promote people on the basis of their suitability for the work to be performed, and to this end, our aim is to ensure that all applicants, employees and volunteers receive equal treatment.
Don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity to join our team as a Project Manager click ‘Apply’ now!
Centrepoint is the UK's leading charity for homeless young people. We provide a range of accommodation and support services to young people aged 16 – 25 across London, Manchester, Yorkshire and the North East. Our vision is to end youth homelessness while continuing to provide young people with a place to call home, tailored support and the opportunity to develop the skills needed to lead happy, healthy and fulfilling lives during and after leaving Centrepoint’s services.
Following the considerable growth in our supported housing provision in recent years, we are recruiting for an Operations Manager to lead the Westminster and Haringey services. As Operations Manager, you will play a leading role in driving Centrepoint’s vision through running effective, needs-led services, building strong local relationships with commissioners and ultimately achieving positive outcomes for young people.
The services across Westminster and Haringey include a range of supported accommodation, outreach and floating support services for Looked After Children and Care Leavers, including a family mediation service and England’s first Housing First service for Care Leavers.
In this role, you will:
- Lead a number of dispersed services, providing strong and effective leadership and development for all staff
- Build effective and productive working relationships with commissioners and other stakeholders across the region
- Lead on the quality and performance monitoring of services, driving forward service improvements and seeking out new business opportunities
- Ensure services across the region exceed Ofsted’s national minimum standards and the legislative framework pertaining to 16/17-year-old YP
- Maintain the highest possible standards of safeguarding practice; ensuring that services work in partnership with a range of internal, statutory and non-statutory services
This is an amazing opportunity for an individual with relevant experience and skills to optimise their leadership capacity to make a positive impact towards ending youth homelessness. It takes great people to give young people the futures they deserve, so your personal and professional development is a priority.
At Centrepoint, we challenge the discrimination within society that contributes to youth homelessness, and we are just as committed to fairness and equality within Centrepoint itself. We are passionate about ensuring all of our colleagues are made to feel included in the work we do and that we value the rich diversity within the organization.
We are an equal opportunities employer and we welcome applications regardless of sex, gender, race, age, belief in any religion and none, gender identity, ethnic origin, class, sexuality, nationality, appearance, unrelated criminal activities, disability, responsibility for dependents, part-time or shift workers, being HIV positive or living with AIDS, lived experience of homelessness or using young people’s services and any other matter which causes a person to be treated with injustice.
Centrepoint’s policy is to recruit, employ and promote people on the basis of their suitability for the work to be performed, and to this end, our aim is to ensure that all applicants, employees, and volunteers receive equal treatment.
If you have the right skills and the drive to succeed in this role, then please submit a comprehensive CV with a supporting statement telling us how you meet the key requirements in the role specification under knowledge, experience, and skills.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Location: London Hybrid (EC1V 2PT). We would also be happy to consider home-based candidates anywhere across England, Scotland and Wales. Reasonable travel expenses would be reimbursed where home-based.
Salary: £32,374 - £34,013 (London hybrid) £29,788 - £31,296 (Remote) depending on experience
Contract: Permanent, Full time (35 hours a week – Monday to Friday). Part time applications (4 days a week or as a job share) would also be considered.
Start Date: As soon as possible
I CAN is the UK’s leading children's communication charity. We exist to help the million-plus children in the UK who are struggling with speaking and understanding language right now. Each year we design programmes that support more than 15,000 children and we train over 6,000 people who work with children to develop their speaking and understanding. Our two outstanding schools help children with the biggest communication barriers to overcome them. We support families to develop their child’s speaking and understanding, and we push for the government to change policies to improve the life chances for children who struggle with their speaking and understanding
We are seeking an enthusiastic and committed Project Support Manager to join our small team in central London. You will have the opportunity to work on a variety of projects across the organisation and have a leading role in the development of I CAN's future online approach to supporting practitioners to be able to help children with difficulties with speaking and understanding language. You will have a key role to play in supporting the Communication Consortium of 36 speech, language and communication focused organisations and engaging with our academic partners who support our What Works Database. You will have opportunities to bring creative approaches to the way we plan and develop our projects.
We are keen to hear from you if you have:
- Excellent communication skills
- Experience of establishing systems and procedures to support project implementation
- Experience of using a range of project management methodologies
- A highly collaborative working style, and
- Some line management experience / ability to support the professional growth and development of others
Does this sound like you? We would love to hear from you if that is the case.
In return we offer you:
- An inclusive and supportive environment
- Hybrid working as well as the tools to work from the office and from home
- Access to our employee benefits programmes (Perkbox and Pension Scheme)
- A range of employee wellbeing interventions
- An investment in your personal development
To apply, please submit your up-to-date CV and a covering letter of no more than two pages, addressing how you meet the criteria outlined above by 9am, on 18 July 2022. Interviews will take place on 26th July 2022. Download the job description and the recruitment pack for more information.
I CAN works within the government’s Covid-19 guidelines.
We serve children and young people from all backgrounds and strive to represent the same diversity in our workforce. We strongly believe there is unity in diversity and are committed to create an inclusive working environment for all. We are under-represented by people who are from ethnic minority backgrounds and those who identify as being from the LGBTQ+ community. We particularly welcome applications from all suitably qualified people from these backgrounds. If you are excited about making an impact in children’s lives, we would love to hear from you.
Please note that we will not close applications before this time and date as we recognise that candidates put a lot of time and effort into making an application and we want to give each of you the time and space to put in an application you feel proud of.
Please note that we will not shortlist candidates who do not submit a CV and a supporting statement.
Due to the volume of applications we receive, unfortunately, we are not always able to respond to every applicant. If you have not received a response within one week after the closing date, you have not been successful on this occasion.
We are committed to safer recruitment practices and to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to an enhanced Criminal Records check.
As a passionate and experienced professional in the management of great partnerships you will lead, grow and develop our Career Ready partnership in Moray, optimising the programme experience for all stakeholders and securing the engagement of employer support for the programme of approximately 50+ students each year who will participate in the 18-month long Career Ready programme annually.
Leading our work involves growing, developing, engaging with and delivering on and through all aspects of the brilliant partnerships that deliver the programme, including the Local Advisory Board, the Local Authority (a key sponsor), schools (we have a Career Ready coordinator in each school), employer supporters and their people who volunteer as mentors, provide quality internships and deliver engaging masterclasses.
By quickly assimilating the what, why, when and how of our work, you will be able to:
- Lead, grow and develop our Career Ready partnership in Moray, optimising the programme experience for all stakeholders and securing the engagement of employer support for the programme of approximately 50+ students each year who will participate in the 18-month long Career Ready programme annually.
- Support programme delivery, stakeholder engagement and business development by working closely with the Career Ready Moray Local Advisory Board, the Career Ready Aberdeen & Aberdeenshire Regional Manager, the Head of Programme & Operations and the Career Ready Regional Manager Scotland team on a continuous improvement agenda that is focused on quality, impact and sustainability underpinned by attention to detail via efficient and effective processes. You will be supported by and work with the Career Ready Scotland Operations Team to maintain thorough data and management information for the area.
Full information can be found in the candidate brief.
- Home working ideally in the Moray community
- Up to £35,200 doe plus pension (pro rata)
- 17.5 hours per week
- 33 days holiday (pro rata) plus 2 additional days in the summer. In addition, Career Ready is closed between Christmas and New Year and the time off is not taken from annual leave entitlement
- 6% of salary contribution to a private pension subject to an employee contribution of 3%
- Access to both our Reward Gateway Portal and an Employee Assistance Programme
- Interest-free season ticket or bicycle purchase loans
- Business expenses including mileage allowance for car usage
If you are interested in this role and would be willing to be with us for at least two years, please apply as soon as possible by e-mailing your CV and a covering letter that demonstrates clearly, through use of examples, how your experience meets the requirements of the role, what attracts you to Career Ready and how you heard about the vacancy. Please provide details of your current salary.
We are delighted that Stuart Cochrane is managing this appointment with us. Ideally, the successful candidate will take up post early August 2022.
The Research Informatics team at ARUK is leading the coordination of the Early Detection of Neurodegenerative Diseases (EDoN) initiative. EDoN is a growing and exciting collaboration to create a digital toolkit and machine learning models to enable the detection of specific dementia-causing diseases decades before overt cognitive symptoms become apparent. EDoN brings together experts in data science, digital technology and neurodegeneration from over 49 universities, institutes, research projects, patient cohorts and technology companies from across Europe and the US. The Research Informatics team, as part of the EDoN Coordination Group, provides support to the EDoN initiative and its partners in the following areas: project management, strategic collaborations, policy and ethics, communications, capacity building, deployment, fundraising, governance and legislation.
The Contracts Project Manager will work in the Research Informatics team to lead elements of programme management alongside the Research Informatics Project Manager and Strategic Collaborations Manager, to support the EDoN initiative and its partners to achieve their goals. You will report to the Head of Research Informatics and, although there will be no immediate line management responsibilities, it is anticipated that you will manage between one and two Research Informatics Officers in future.
Main duties and responsibilities of the role:
- Create, negotiate and manage contracts and agreements with EDoN Cohorts, Hubs, Technology Providers and other Delivery Partners. This includes a combination of research grants, research collaboration agreements, consultancy agreements and service provider contracts
- Work with the finance team and the Head of Research Informatics to manage EDoN’s contract and agreement invoices, purchasing and financial reporting
- Monitor aspects of the EDoN project to ensure delivery against agreement and contract terms, within budget
- Work with wider teams, including Research and Corporate Governance, to standardise processes to build resilience across contracts and agreements
- Develop and maintain a suite of financial management reports for several of EDoN’s stakeholder groups
- Work together with the fundraising team to support and coordinate fundraising activities for EDoN
- Support fundraising activities engaging in the writing of proposals, especially providing feedback on budget and planning
- Contribute to the maintenance of the EDoN and ARUK risk registers
- Lead the contract and finance updates for the EDoN governance groups, ARUK and major stakeholders
- Provide Contracts Management input to the monthly EDoN Newsletter
- Support the Head of Research Informatics to define the ARUK annual operational plan
- Contribute to the strategy and management of documents, projects, tasks and reporting in the RI team and EDoN
- Contribute to external events as a representative of ARUK and EDoN including national and international conferences
- Support the Project Manager, Strategic Collaborations Manager, Head of Research Informatics and the Director of EDoN to maintain excellent working relationships with external partners
- Provide advice and support to Officers in the Research Informatics team
- Undertake any other relevant duties and projects delegated by the Head of Research Informatics in line with the responsibilities of the post
What we are looking for:
- Proven experience in contract and financial management, ideally for clinical, data or technology projects.
- Ability to draft, review and negotiate research contracts and agreements with a range of delivery partners.
- Management and processing of invoices and purchase ledgers.
- Identification, management and mitigation of risks.
- Excellent skills in developing and maintaining partnerships.
- Excellent analytical, organisational and communication skills.
- Excellent skills supporting and coaching colleagues.
- Conflict management and resolution.
- Leadership skills with both practical and short/long term strategic vision; ability to build relationships and inspire confidence and respect at all levels; strong team player.
- Excellent communicator – able to build rapport and demonstrate strong influencing, negotiation skills and decision-making skills; excellent listening skills, receptive to feedback and demonstrates flexibility, curiosity, and an ability to learn.
- Ability to explain complex information to all stakeholders.
- Ability to write and present comprehensive reports to the relevant stakeholders.
- Demonstrates and encourages ownership and responsibility; drive/motivation - has a “can-do” attitude and is committed to delivering results and strives for continuous improvement.
- A good blend of strategic and analytical thinking; innovative personality; able to see the bigger picture and set future direction.
- Strong ethical standards and a high level of personal integrity.
Ways of working: As part of our Agile ways of working you will be required to work approximately 2 days a week from the office, which is subject to the requirements of the role and the business needs. Flexibility on where you work can be split between working from home and our office.
Roles that are classed as part of the Agile ways of working are not able to claim any costs for Mileage/Travel on Public Transport, Accommodation and/or Meals. This includes when attending the office for various meetings/events.
Our Office: Our office is at 3 Riverside, Granta Park, Great Abingdon, Cambridge, CB21 6AD.
Salary: Circa £43,000 per annum, plus benefits
Please download the Vacancy Pack for more information.
The closing date for applications is the 3rd July 2022, with interviews likely to be held week commencing the 4th July 2022. We would encourage you to submit your application at the earliest opportunity as the closing date may be brought forward at any time. Please indicate in your covering letter if you are unable to attend an interview on a certain date.
We value diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive culture where everyone is able to be themselves and reach their full potential. We actively encourage applications from people of all backgrounds and cultures. Should you need any adjustments to the recruitment process, at either the application or interview stage, please contact us via the channels on our website.
How to apply:
Please create an online account using our Online Recruitment System which can be accessed through our Job Vacancies page. You will be able to attach your CV and covering letter to your application and track the status of your application.
About Alzheimer’s Research UK:
Alzheimer’s Research UK is the UK’s leading dementia research charity dedicated to diagnosis, prevention, treatment and cure. Backed by our passionate scientists and supporters, we’re challenging the way people think about dementia, bringing together the people and organisations who can speed up progress, and investing in research to make life-changing breakthroughs possible.
You will be part of an organisation that has been recognised nationally as an outstanding place to work. In 2021, we were listed 69th in the prestigious 100 Large Best Companies to Work For. We were also awarded a 2-star accreditation by Best Companies, recognising outstanding levels of workplace engagement and were listed in the 75 Best Companies to Work for in the East of England and the Charity’s 30 Best Companies to Work For.
To view further details about working for us and the benefits we offer, please visit Alzheimer’s Research UK
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We are seeking a Contract Coordinator to join the Learning and Skills team at the Institute of Physics on a permanent basis.
The Learning and Skills team are responsible for leading work to improve equity of access to quality physics teaching and learning and addressing the increasingly pressing technical skills gap for physics-based businesses and academia, in a way that supports a more diverse community.
We will achieve this by influencing and engaging with local and national stakeholders involved in skills policy including policy makers, businesses, skills representative bodies, and other stakeholders.
This exciting new role will sit within a new contracts management function for the IOP. It will be responsible for managing contracts specific to the Learning and Skills team and providing strategic support to the team. In the current strategic period, there is a plan to procure and deliver more work in partnership to deliver aspirations 1 and 4 of the IOP’s strategy – while supporting aspiration 2. That is, all young people should have access to high quality physics learning and have the right opportunities to progress to physics-based routes at 16 – both technical and academic – opening physics up to a much broader group.
The team is evolving into a new structure and the post holder will have the opportunity to play an instrumental part in the plan by helping to establish and support a new contracts management function which will be of benefit to all staff at the IOP.
This role will have direct responsibility for:
- Embedding procurement, control and quality assurance processes for new contracts ranging from £1k to £2m; ensuring that they deliver value for money by adopting the most economic, efficient, and effective approaches
- Managing freelance contracts (ranging from £1k to £25k) that will help deliver impact against aspirations 1, 2 and 4
- Rapid mitigation or escalation of any issues or risks that could impact contract delivery
- Building and maintaining constructive relationships with partner organisations, freelance coaches and freelance consultants
- Providing strategic support to the Senior Contracts Officer, Influencing & Engagement Managers, and head of department.
The role-holder will undertake the activities above which will focus on enabling partnership delivery by playing a supporting role in the establishment and implementation of a new IOP contracts centre of excellence within the IOP.
You will have experience collating data and producing reports in a professional format, working flexibly across multiple projects and priorities with a variety of remote staff, sub-contractors and freelance consultants. You will have experience of administration processes and customer relationship systems, developing and monitoring evaluation systems and familiarity with General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR).
The successful application will also have experience with communications and marketing to promote progress against objectives and engage the wider physics community. A commitment to supporting and promoting physics, physics related businesses and science education is also desirable.
In addition the successful candidate may be expected to attend meetings at our London office if not London based. Any attendance required at our London office would be agreed in advance.
Future of Work
The Institute of Physics is an equal opportunities employer and our people are at the heart of our approach to delivery. Following the impact of COVID-19, we have developed a new, innovative and exciting trust-based model of flexible working. This empowers our staff to choose both individually and as a team how, when and where they work to deliver the goals of the organisation, acknowledging that there will be occasions where in-person meetings, collaborations and events will help generate greater impact.
The Future of Work initiative is based on the principles of collaboration, trust, flexibility and agility. You will be allocated a ‘base’ office which can also be a chosen place of work.
Alongside your CV, please ensure you include a cover letter stating how you meet the person specification.
Why work with us?
The Institute of Physics (IOP) is the professional body and learned society for physics in the UK and Ireland, we seek to raise public awareness and understanding of physics and support the development of a diverse and inclusive physics community. As a charity, we’re here to ensure that physics delivers on its exceptional potential to benefit society.
We have an ambitious new corporate strategy and you’ll play a part in helping us to deliver it. There’s never been a more exciting time to join the IOP - watch our new film to find out more about our work.
As well as a competitive salary and professional development opportunities, we offer employees a comprehensive benefits package including an excellent pension scheme, private medical insurance and generous annual leave. We also offer a range of other benefits including childcare vouchers, gym membership and interest free season ticket loans.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We are looking for an experienced and highly motivated Estates Manager to join our team at our Midlands site. You will join us on a full time, permanent basis and in return, we are offering a competitive salary of £37,000 per annum.
The Royal Air Force Museum is a national museum, a Government non-departmental public body (NDPB) and a registered charity, with two sister sites at London and Midlands. Our purpose is to share the RAF story, past, present and future - using the stories of its people and our collections in order to engage, inform and inspire. Our Vision is to inspire everyone with the RAF story – the people who shape it and its place in our lives.
Purpose of the Estates Manager role:
The RAF Museum Midlands based Estates Manager is responsible for the operational needs of the Museums Midlands site, overseeing the care, welfare and development of the buildings, land, plant and building services. The Estates Manager uses their knowledge of Building Services/Fabric across the whole Museum Estate and oversees the delivery or minor works and projects as well as monitoring and directing internal and contracted services.
Key responsibilities of our Estates Manager include:
- Providing professional and technical support to the Head of Estates in all aspects of the Estates Management at the three Museum locations having a suitable knowledge and experience in Building Services/Fabric.
- Maintaining buildings, land, mechanical, electrical services and plant in accordance with best practice to meet statutory requirements and approved codes of practice, using contractors, directly employed labour and professional consultants, achieving value for money and in compliance with the museum’s financial codes and policies.
- Holding day to day operational responsibility for the Museums Cosford and Stafford site (RAF Museum Midlands), managing direct reports, routine planned and reactive maintenance, minor works and projects, health safety and welfare of contractors working on site, statutory obligations and actively engaging in current and proposed major strategic construction works.
- Programme works and manage contracted services in line with the cyclical peak visitor and business periods, events and corporate functions.
- Representing the department at management level, liaising closely with the Operations department and others as necessary regarding disruption due to works and management of staff and contractors involved with day to day works and maintenance.
- Providing professional and technical support to colleagues involved with applications for lottery or other external funding, Building Services/Fabric alterations to facilitate the delivery of new exhibitions and/or major alteration of existing buildings.
- Managing a delegated budget to the Museums financial policy for the Midlands sites.
What we are looking for in our ideal Estates Manager:
- Professionally qualified Chartered Surveyor, Building Services Engineer or Facilities Manager
- Experience and/or high level of knowledge of Building Services
- Experience of managing direct reports in a service provider role
- Substantial and proven relevant experience in building maintenance, management, refurbishment and M&E building services
- Ability to take a strategic approach to estates planning and business development
- Previous experience of managing a multi-site operation
- Extensive knowledge and understanding of all relevant statutory requirements, including planning, listed building and building control processes
- A full understanding of all building and Estates related regulations and statutory obligations
- Advanced project management skills (including PRINCE2 or equivalent)
- Experience in managing service provision by external providers under contract to achieve high performance and value for money
- Direct experience of operational and project budget management
- Experience of negotiating and developing successful and complex supplier contracts
- Proven IT skills (Microsoft Office and AutoCad)
- Being able to work flexible hours on an exceptional basis, including occasional weekends and bank holidays as required
Closing date for applications: Tuesday 12th July 2022
Interviews will take place on Monday 25th July 2022
If you think you have what it takes and want to be part of this exciting journey, please click apply now to be re-directed to our jobs page where you can access the application method and details for the Estates Manager role. Join us in delivering our purpose and achieving our vision, ensuring that the Royal Air Force’s story continues to enrich and inspire current and future generations. We would love to hear from you.
As our Marketing Operations Manager, you will be responsible for leading, setting, and managing supplier, agency, contract, and process operations across a multi-million-pound portfolio of mass acquisition fundraising activities, including our gaming and gambling offerings (lotteries and raffle for instance), legacy Free Will suppliers and cash and regular giving fundraising activity.
Your focus will be on the development, implementation and maintenance of robust portfolio process, class-leading supplier and contract management and ensuring regulatory requirements. You’ll ensure our gambling returns, audit actions and Face-to-Face agency management objectives, are met, to support the delivery of transformative customer experiences and drive growth in support and income through mass new customer acquisition and retention.
Working in partnership with your peers across Acquisition and Retention and Fundraising Compliance, you’ll work to ensure that our third-party suppliers and agencies, are producing campaigns on time, within budget and to agreed objectives; and importantly are inspired and motivated by our ambitions and cause to maximise new customer acquisition and deliver growth in income.
This is a dual location role, with your working time split between your home and approximately 1-2 days per week in our London office. This will allow us to unlock our best work for our cause, blending the best of home and office working.
Here at the BHF we understand that you might need a little help balancing your work and home life. Many of our people work flexibly in many ways. Please feel free to talk to us about the flexibility you may need; we’re happy to explore what’s possible for you and the role.
As our ideal candidate, you'll bring experience of process development, management and continuous optimisation and improvement of processes to drive improved commercial performance.
With up-to-date knowledge of current legislation, best practice and industry standards from all relevant regulatory bodies including the Fundraising Regulator, IOF and ICO and Gambling Regulations, you’ll have experience of managing Gambling returns and audits and managing face-to-face agency suppliers.
Highly numerate, with financial modelling and budget management skills, you will have extensive experience of agency and supplier partnership and contract management within a commercial and/ or fundraising environment to drive growth in income/ revenue.
A strategic thinker, with excellent interpersonal and negotiation skills, you have a strong eye for detail and an understanding of the importance of maintaining written process documentation and accurate record keeping.
Our people are at the heart of everything we do. By funding research across six decades, we’ve helped keep millions of hearts beating and millions of families together. We’re investing in ground-breaking research that will get us closer than ever to a world free from the fear of heart and circulatory diseases.
We celebrate diversity and make inclusion part of what we do every day. Diversity and Inclusion forms a main pillar in our People Experience Strategy. Our aim is for all our colleagues and volunteers to bring their true self to work, so we can continue to fund life saving research.
To find out more about the benefits available at the BHF please download our benefits document at the bottom of our advert page.
Interviews may be held during the advertising period or shortly after the close date. Please note interviews will be held over Microsoft Teams.
How to apply
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Reall is an innovator and investor in climate-smart affordable housing for people living on low incomes in urban Africa and Asia.
Reall’s purpose is to improve the lives of 100M people in urban Africa and Asia by 2030 through affordable housing. We’re doing this because homes aren’t just a fundamental human right; they unleash unimaginable human potential to shape a future of gender parity, climate resilience, clean air, renewable energy, and socio-economic justice.
We have an exciting opportunity for a Donor Relations Manager to play a vital role in the development of relationships with Reall’s key donors, driving quality contract management and compliance across the organisation and provide general support to the Fundraising team. This will include reviewing, interpreting, drafting, amending, and negotiating various types of contracts and negotiating new ones working collaboratively across departments.
- Lead on and develop strong relations with Reall’s existing and prospective donors.
- Ensure comprehensive understanding of funder stakeholder needs and convey this understanding across the wider Reall team as required.
- Ensure compliance against all contractual obligations in collaboration with other divisions across the organisation.
- Manage funder due diligence assessments, monitor progress against agreed delivery targets and budgets, fulfil all reporting requirements,
- Negotiate new donor contracts and lead on operationalising new contracts
You will have
- Good knowledge and experience of fundraising and major funders
- Proven experience in contract management and an understanding of different contract structures including frameworks, single service agreements and supplier terms is essential.
- You will have sound contract awareness and judgement, with an ability to provide focussed contractual advice proportionate to the legal, reputational, and operational risks inherent in the task at hand.
Full details are in the job description and person specification, which are available by clicking through to apply for this role. Please note that you must have the right to live and work in the UK to be eligible to apply for this role.
Why work at Reall?
With a modest UK-based team, Reall is an organisation driven by efficiency, with comparatively huge ambitions and a track record of significant success.
Salary - £34,000-£40,000 per annum salary dependent on experience
Working hours - Normal office hours are 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday. We are open to flexible working patterns subject to the objectives and outcomes of the role being met. We are currently working hybrid with blended office and homeworking.
Annual Leave – 25 days, plus a day off on your birthday!
Benefits – Access to RewardHub which offers high street discounts and a cashback reward scheme in popular online and retail outlets
Access to an Employee Assistance Programme which provides confidential support to colleagues
Our internal operations are underpinned by a culture of psychological safety, promoting trust, curiosity, and confidence. This means that staff feel secure to speak their minds, tackle challenges creatively, and can never be described as risk averse.
A committed investor in its staff, Reall promotes an environment of conscious diversity in all its forms. You’ll be joining a high-performing, cohesive team with its sights firmly on global impact.
Reall is committed to equality and diversity and is proud to be an equal opportunities employer. We particularly welcome applications from candidates who are black, Asian, minority ethnic, LGBTQ+, and those who have disabilities, because we believe a diverse and inclusive workforce is important for our organisation and will lead to greater results and enhance our way of working.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
OPERATIONS MANAGER - FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGNS
Salary £34,000 to £40,000 per annum pro rata + benefits
Location: Homebased or high flexibility (1-2 days per week in the office)
Contract type: 6 months fixed-term contract 35 hours per week
Closing date: Wednesday 6th July 2022, 23:55
Why we need you
We have an exciting opportunity for an Operations Manager that is responsible for managing the operational delivery of several fundraising products within the team's portfolio such as Stand Up To Cancer, World Cancer Day, Walk all Over Cancer and Dryathlon. This includes day to day management of workstreams and suppliers, delivering robust operational processes that support our products and developing new processes to support innovation.
What I will be doing?
Make an impact every day by…
Delivering operational plans that will support income growth for the Campaigns & Giving Platforms portfolio
Planning and managing the day to day operational delivery of SU2C and other fundraising campaigns and new products
Leading and setting up matrix teams to deliver the product operational plans, and shared goals. Briefing, leading & facilitating group activity (e.g. requirements-gathering, prioritisation and planning sessions, risks/issues, mediation of issues, and evaluations, etc)
Defining and proactively managing projects & plans, identify dependencies. Working with your Senior Manager to flag risks & issues & co-create mitigation plans
On-boarding, building great relationships, managing and reviewing performance of income-processing and fulfilment suppliers in collaboration with internal and external stakeholders including Channel 4
Supporting the Operations Team during the SU2C night of TV to ensure income and supporter interaction mechanics are working appropriately and contingency planning and issue management are in place
Working with key partners and internal teams to ensure operational processes, such as data flows and supporter journeys, are optimised and embedded for new or current activities
What skills are you looking for?
You'll be able to bring to the role…
Relationship building: has gravitas and respectful ways of working with colleagues across the organisation, able to influence internally and externally
A keen understanding of technical issues and constraints but able to communicate with technical and non-technical people
Experience working with suppliers delivering the following: payment processing, fulfilment, procurement, contract management and data management
Negotiation and management: focused on the ability to create outcomes of advantage to the charity (efficiency and ROI) from business dealings with suppliers and partners
Analytical: the ability to evaluate, interpret and draw conclusions from data and insight and then to take appropriate action. Deliver and focus on key areas of operational and strategic importance to deliver targets
Experience in managing multiple projects, deadlines and objectives effectively. Makes time for the important as well as the urgent
Demonstrates flexibility; comfortable with change and able to adapt to changing business needs
What will I gain??
Without you we wouldn't be able to achieve our aim of seeing 3 in 4 people survive cancer by 2034. So, we want to reward you in as many ways as possible.
Our benefits package includes discounts on anything from travel to technology, generous holiday allowance and much more.?We want to ensure that you have the best work/life balance possible, so we actively encourage a flexible working culture for all of our roles wherever possible.?Depending on your role, options for flexibility could include homeworking, reduced or flexi-hours, job shares, job splits, and core hours. For the majority of our office-based roles?you'll only be?required to work from a specific location for 1 or 2 days a week on average.?You'll also be able to access a wide range of learning and development opportunities. And ultimately, you'll know that you'll be changing lives through your work.???
If you're as ambitious as we are, join our collective force and enjoy an excellent career, as we save lives and add years.?
Together, we will beat cancer.
We are looking for motivated people who are willing to go the extra mile to create a more just society. Our innovative London-based charity has been tackling poverty, social inequity, and social injustice since 1889.
This role will help to lead a fast expanding team that is dedicated to making private renting safe for all. Safer Renting's activities include advice and advocacy to protect tenants' rights as well as research and campaigning projects to improve public policy and law.
The successful candidate will have relevant service specific knowledge with at least 5 years’ experience of service planning, project management, contract management, risk assessment and quality assurance.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an Individual Giving Manager to join our ambitious Supporter Marketing Team, who are responsible for generating around £1.5m in income a year through recruiting new donors and building relationships with existing donors, including legacies. This role will require the successful candidate to have overall responsibility for the operational delivery of the Individual Giving strategy, using proven fundraising techniques across print and digital to grow and diversify our programme, engaging with both new and existing audiences to support our work with children with brain injury and neurodisability.
You'll plan, manage and deliver innovative and impactful supporter campaigns across a range of channels. With the ability to resolve everyday challenges and obstacles, you will deliver and drive forward a range of Direct Marketing fundraising campaigns through the full creative process, from briefing to concept, through to final delivery, as well as reviewing results and making recommendations. You will also be responsible for developing and implementing legacy marketing plans, utilising channels including direct marketing, digital and events.
The ideal candidate will have proven working knowledge of direct marketing and fundraising principles and practice, with the ability to use this knowledge to engage with supporters. Experience of delivering an income and expenditure target, project management or managing complex programmes of work and of creative development and proven success in donor development and/or acquisition campaigns is essential for this role. You will also possess the skills to lead a diverse team and build excellent working relationships.
Hybrid working available.
PLEASE NOTE: The Children's Trust Application Form MUST be completed and submitted, in order for your application to be considered. As part of the shortlisting process, gaps in employment will be examined and will be further explored during the interview process.
The Children’s Trust is the UK’s leading charity for children with acquired brain injury, providing expert rehabilitation, education, therapy and care at our national specialist centre in Tadworth, and to children and their families across the UK, via our Brain Injury Community Service.
Boasting a beautiful 24-acre site in Surrey, we are located just outside of London, close to the M25 (accessible via Junction 8, A217 to Tadworth) and easily accessible via National Rail, by way of: Clapham Junction, Sutton and Epsom.
The work we do is highly rewarding, and in addition to an attractive salary, we offer a valuable range of benefits, including, adoption pay, time off for fertility treatment, enhanced paternity leave, paid carers leave, time out days for those experiencing menopause symptoms, time off for gender reassignment, and much more. We also offer additional annual leave days for those with long service, with entitlements ranging from 35 to 41 days (including bank holidays) depending on your length of service. Other benefits include: free on-site parking; a staff shuttle service from Coulsdon South train station to Tadworth Court; subsidised cafeteria; on-site staff accommodation (subject to availability); the ability to retain your NHS pension (where applicable) or the opportunity to join an alternative scheme; and the opportunity to develop and implement your expertise in an environment that is as unusual in its beautiful historic nature, as it is unique in its state-of-the-art facilities.
The Children’s Trust is fully committed to protecting children and young people. All posts at The Children's Trust are subject to an enhanced DBS check. If you are applying to The Children's Trust, and are already registered with the DBS update service, this will speed up the recruitment process significantly.
The Children’s Trust has a duty of care to minimise the risk of all infectious diseases to the vulnerable and extremely vulnerable children and young people in our care, as well as our employees and volunteers. As a result, we require staff to provide a valid NHS Covid Pass (or proof of Covid vaccinations or medical exemption) for all roles at Tadworth Court and in the Brain Injury Community Service. We also expect staff to have taken or be willing to take relevant immunisations required by the role to protect them against infectious diseases, (unless you are medically exempt).
At The Children’s Trust we recognise how important it is to have leadership that reflects the children, young people and families that we support. We also recognise that staff, comprised of a range of skills, backgrounds and experiences will help us to better understand the needs of those we support, and how we can best represent their interests. We, therefore, particularly welcome applications from disabled people, individuals from diverse ethnic backgrounds and those from other under-represented groups. The Children’s Trust is committed to achieving equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) across all levels of the organisation.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Do you want to work with a leading advocacy charity organisation supporting those in need?
Do you have experience of working or volunteering in welfare, support or health and social care and are looking for a new challenge?
Are you keen to make a difference to people who want to be heard?
Then come and join us here at VoiceAbility.
- 28 days annual leave plus bank holidays
- 5% employer pension & 3% employee contribution
- Salary sacrifice pension scheme
- Separate Life Assurance Cover
- Staff discount scheme including retail discounts, entertainment, holidays etc
- Discounted Gym Membership; Employee Assistance programme
- Supportive working environment fostering a good work/life balance
- Support with continuous professional development
VoiceAbility is an independent charity and one of the UK’s largest providers of advocacy and involvement services. We deliver a wide range of service contracts funded by local authorities, health trusts and other voluntary and private sector organisations.
We’ve been supporting people to have their say in decisions about their health, care, and wellbeing for over 40 years. We make sure people are heard when it matters most. For more information on what Advocacy is and the services offered then please visit our website.
About the role
We have an exciting opportunity for an Operations Manager to join our team to lead us on the delivery and development of existing and new contracts covering London and the Southeast; this currently includes Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire. This is a permanent role, working full time, 35 hours a week. Reporting directly to the Director of Operations, you will be a passionate supporter of quality driven provision and in coaching others to achieve excellence in advocacy delivery.
How will you make a difference?
- Drive the existing Advocacy contracts to meet our organisations exacting standards
- Lead and directly line manage team leaders and contract manager
- Enhance the experience of clients accessing our services
- Deliver a quality service that is financially sustainable to meet set budgets and efficiencies
- Ensure a culture of continuous performance improvement and staff development within your area of responsibility
- Analyse delivery targets in line with national expectations and appropriately respond to identified under/over performance
- Develop and maintain productive relationships with other organisations and sector leads to support the organisations potential for growth
- Lead the implementation of new Advocacy contracts within your geographical remit
We are looking for a strong influencer and leader to help drive forward high standards of practice within your region meeting outcome frameworks and KPI performance.
You will demonstrate excellent leadership skills in quality assurance standards and financial performance. We are looking for someone who can balance the retention of existing relationships whilst being confident to establish and drive new opportunities for growth.
Equality and Diversity
VoiceAbility believes in fostering an inclusive workplace which welcomes, values and celebrates the diversity of its staff and partners, treats all on a basis of equality and encourages all to meet their maximum potential.
Closing date for applications: midnight on Sunday 10th July, however, VoiceAbility reserve the right to withdraw this vacancy before this date.
Interviews via Teams: week commencing 18th July
How to apply
To apply for this role please sign up for a recruitment account by clicking the apply button on this page. Follow the instructions to create your account, upload your CV, and complete our short application form.
Don’t forget to read the person specification so you can tell us about yourself and how your skills, abilities and experiences match the criteria outlined in the person specification.
We look forward to hearing from you.
VoiceAbility are a Disability Confident employer. If you need to apply in a different way, please contact HR.
VoiceAbility reserve the right to close this vacancy early should a sufficient number of candidates apply.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.