Database assistant jobs near Guildford, Surrey
The National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) is the nation’s largest funder of health and care research, awarding more than £1 billion a year of research funding from the Department of Health and Social Care
Our 230+ staff based in Twickenham, SW London, accelerate and deliver world class research that transforms people’s lives.
The NIHR Outcomes Framework (NIHR OF) Senior Analyst will support the development, dissemination and use of the NIHR OF across the full span of NIHR operational, analytical and communications activities.
In this Senior Analyst position you will create and maintain effective collaborative relationships with stakeholders across all levels of the NIHR system, DHSC, and with wider partners to ensure the systematic and regular provision of high-quality indicator evidence.
- Support the continued development of data collection and analytical approaches
- Lead on the development of case studies, building on existing frameworks and creating new case studies
- Work with the analytical team to manage and support data analysis
- Provides equitable access to information to various stakeholders across multiple organisations
- Support the Head of NIHR OF with other aspects of the implementation of the NIHR OF, as requested
- Background in health-related social sciences with advanced qualitative methodological and analytical skills
- Good understanding of quantitative analytical methods
- Experience of working in a research funding organisation or relevant experience in evaluation or social research
- Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills with the ability to apply creative solutions to complex problems
- Excellent written and oral communication skills, evidenced by high-level reporting and presentation abilities
- Excellent organisational and project management skills, including effective prioritisation
- Excellent interpersonal skills
- Highly motivated self-starter – ability to work independently and effectively in a team environment
- Excellent attention to detail, including meticulous record-keeping
- Good financial awareness
- Good IT skills
- Postgraduate degree in a relevant area
- Appreciation for co-development and use of an outcomes focused approach
- Experience of working with individuals at all levels of seniority in an organisation
- Experience of working within a complex organisation in a highly delivery focused environment
Role Details & Benefits
- Salary up to £46,500 PA
- Wide range of core benefits
- Hours: 0900 to 1730 Mon to Fri
- Location: Twickenham / Hybrid Remote
Interested in learning more about this exciting position with the GMG Group, part of the National Institute for Health and Care Research the UK's largest and most prestigious funder of research, please submit your CV and cover letter and one of the team will be in touch.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We are excited to be partnered with a wonderful Heath charity in their search for a new Income Processing Officer to join their team for an initial 6-month contract.
- Collaborate with the Contact Centre to fulfil fundraising queries
- Record activity and correspondence on Raisers Edge system
- Process online donations from fundraising platforms
- Run journals for export and reconcile them to bank statements
- Import data received from suppliers and platforms
- Batch fundraising transactions
- Download reports from platforms and prepare them for import onto the supporter database.
- Manage problems arising from payment issues
- Work with colleagues in fundraising & finance to ensure accuracy and consistency recording income on the database
- Process donations from bank statements including standing orders and direct debits.
- has experience in a similar role
- has experience with fundraising CRM systems, preferably Raisers Edge.
- is a natural collaborator and has the ability to influence and persuade others, internally and externally
- is able to work on your own initiative and be comfortable working in a geographically dispersed matrix environment
- is responsible for your own personal development and role model best practice to mentor junior colleagues.
What's on offer:
This a full-time role offering a salary of £30,000 - £35,000. The role is remote. This is an initial 6-month contract with potential to go permanent.
Please apply today so as not to miss out!
We are committed to diverse and inclusive recruitment practises that ensure equal opportunity for everyone, regardless of race, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, age or gender. We encourage applications from all backgrounds and will happily make reasonable adjustments to always ensure a fair process.
Are you a Finance Analyst looking for a new opportunity? Do you have previous utilities controller experience?
If so, we'd love to hear from you!
About the role
Our Finance team is looking to recruit a Finance Analyst to join us and lead our utility work (electricity, gas, water & waste) across our retail estate.
You'll ensure a smooth service delivery for our utilities and will liaise with the Estates team, working on their database (Manhattan). You'll validate & authorise invoices, account journal entries, and liaise with both internal and external stakeholders, working on utility issues and tracking queries until resolved with our suppliers.
Having multi-site and volume exposure, as well as a good standard of MS Excel (Pivot tables, V Lookups, etc.) is essential for this role.
This role will be listed internally as Finance Analyst - Utilities.
This is a dual location role, with your working time split between your home and approximately once a week at our London Office. This will allow us to unlock our best work for our cause, blending the best of home and office working. There may also be some occasional travel to our Claygate office in Surrey.
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 different ways. Please feel free to talk to us about the flexibility you may need.
Part qualified CCAB or CIMA accountant, or qualified by experience, you'll have previous experience of variance analysis reporting, cost control and journaling. Utility knowledge on electricity, gas and water is essential.
An expert in MS Excel, you'll be able to multi-task, using your initiative to resolve issues in a calm manner. You'll use our key finance systems, iPOS and Q+A to source key finance information and ensure details are kept up to date as needed. Knowledge of high transaction volume is essential in this role.
Working in a small team, able to liaise with contacts across our multi-site organisation, you'll be a self-starter and be logically minded. You’ll have excellent communication skills, able to liaise with contacts across our retail directorate clearly and concisely ensuring key deadlines are met and issues resolved.
Our recruitment process requires that successful candidates are asked to consent to a basic DBS check and any offer of employment will be subject to a satisfactory basic DBS check.
Everyone who works at the British Heart Foundation is part of something bigger - a mission to beat heartbreak from the world’s biggest killers. Heart and circulatory diseases still kill 1 in 4 people in the UK and that’s heartbreak on a scale we simply don’t accept. Across our offices and stores, we are helping fund research that saves lives. If that’s a mission that inspires you, and you have the skills we need, you could be the Junior Finance Analyst we’re looking for.
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 of our colleagues and volunteers to bring their true self to work, so we can beat heartbreak for everyone.
What can we offer you?
Our Career Academy provides you with support, inspiration, and opportunities to help you unlock your full potential.
Our generous staff benefits include:
- 30 days annual leave plus bank holidays
- Private medical insurance
- Dental health cover
- Contribution towards gym membership
- Pension with employer contribution up to 10%
- Life assurance
We have been recognised by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) for our Live Well. Work Well. Programme. Heart health is central to our mission, and that starts with you. We provide a programme of activities, opportunities, and guidance to inspire and support you to live a healthy and happy life, at home and at work.
The interview process will be held via MS Teams.
How to apply
To apply for this role please use the apply button below. Our process involves submitting your CV and a supporting statement, which should outline your interest and explain how you meet the role’s criteria.
Data Analyst -National Youth Agency
Location Home based/remote working
Contract Type: Full time, Permanent
Salary: £29,960 to £39,590 PA
The National Youth Agency is delighted to be recruiting for a Data Analyst
What we do
All young people deserve a productive, fulfilling future. Society needs the spark and energy of young people to make it tick, yet somehow thousands of young people feel blocked by the complex, sometimes disheartening challenges the modern world throws at them.
Youth work is the best methodology to unlock young people’s potential by providing high quality support and opportunities. Skilled youth workers build relationships that support young people to explore their personal, social, and educational development. Youth work enables young people to develop their voice, influence, and place within society.
As the national body for youth work, NYA has a dual function. We are the professional, statutory, and regulatory body (PSRB) responsible for qualifications, quality standards and safeguarding for youth work and services in England. In line with our charity mission and aims, we also champion youth work through research, advocacy, campaigns, and programmes.
About the Role
Our Data Analyst will be critical in ensuring the NYA can better understand the complex and varied youth work sector and keep abreast of changing trends and challenges that affect youth work providers and young people. They will thrive in a rapidly changing charity using their initiative, and technical skills to help develop and analyse complex survey or administrative data collected through the Youth Work Census, the Youth Worker Register and other NYA and public sources. The role is central to delivering data, knowledge and insight that supports an evidence-based culture and embedding evaluation into organisational development and our work programmes.
The Data Analyst will work as part of a team to inform and develop large scale programmes of work, such as the Youth Work Census, and will lead on discrete projects, communicating results and delivering accessible technical briefings to colleagues. They will respond quickly to requests for data and analysis from colleagues in business development, policy, and operational roles and to the senior leadership team, to ensure they have the information needed to inform their work.
- Act as the lead data specialist for the NYA.
- Work with colleagues to address specific queries and support projects.
- Create technical briefings to a high standard that support our broader activities.
- Develop technical reports and analysis using digital tools (Power BI).
- At least one year’s relevant experience of carrying out quantitative data analysis within a professional environment.
- Experience of the development and use of quantitative data collection methods, including online surveys.
- Experience of analysing large, complex datasets.
- Experience writing up technical analysis into accessible briefings reports for a non-technical audience.
- Experience of delivering projects, maintaining project management documentation, taking ownership for delivering to time, identifying and mitigating risks and developing contingencies where required.
How to apply
If you wish to apply for this position, please submit the following by 23:59 on August 28th 2022.
A detailed CV setting out your career history, with responsibilities and achievements in line with the person specification in the About You section.
A covering letter (maximum two sides) highlighting your suitability for the role and how you meet the person specification. Please note that the covering letter is an important part of the application and will be assessed as part of your full application.
Please provide details of two professional referees together with a brief statement of their relationship to you and over what period of time they have known you. Referees will not be contacted without your prior consent.
Diversity monitoring form – your data will be stored separately from your applications and will at no time be connected to you or your application.
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Kingston Carers’ Network (KCN) is a registered charity, established in 1994, providing independent information, support and advocacy to people who provide unpaid care for someone living in the Royal Borough of Kingston-upon-Thames.
We are seeking a Part-time Carers’ Support Worker to provide advice to carers on a wide range of issues including community care, housing, welfare benefits, carers’ rights, employment, education and disability issues. We are currently supporting over 4000 carers who are caring for a relative or friend with a disability, illness, mental health problem or substance addiction.
The successful candidate will have the ability to interview carers using sensitive listening and questioning skills in order to allow them to explain their problem(s) and empower them to set their own priorities.
Experience of supporting carers on a range of issues, including carers’ rights, community care and respite care.is desirable.
Job Title: Adult Carers’ Support Worker
Fixed contract until March 31st, 2023 (extension dependent on funding)
Hours of Work: 18 per week
(may involve occasional evening/weekend work)
Holiday Entitlement: 25 days per annum plus statutory holidays
Responsible to: Deputy Chief Executive
Board of Trustees
· To provide advice to carers on a wide range of issues including community care, housing, welfare benefits, carers’ rights, employment, education and disability issues.
· To carry out ‘trusted’ Carers’ assessments to assess carers’ needs and to develop support plans to meet those needs.
· To advocate for carers to access the support they need.
· To work with colleagues to identify the need for other support to carers and their families.
· To raise awareness of carers’ issues and needs with other organisations in the borough.
· To support carers to access relief/respite breaks available and inform carers about direct payments, personalised budgets and other relief schemes.
· To work as part of a team to ensure that the vision and aims of KCN are promoted.
· Interview carers using sensitive listening and questioning skills in order to allow them to explain their problem(s) and empower them to set their own priorities.
· To give advice and assistance to carers and their families on welfare benefits and other carer-related issues.
· To be resilient and professional when facing challenging situations.
· To deliver advice from the office or outside of the office as appropriate.
· To complete Carers’ Assessments.
· Use the local authority’s Information database to record outcomes of Carers’ Assessments.
· Use the reference materials to find, interpret and communicate the relevant information.
· Research and explore options and implications so that clients can make informed decisions.
· Act for the client where necessary by calculating, negotiating, drafting claims or writing letters and telephoning.
· Prepare and present cases to appropriate statutory agencies and tribunals etc.
· To advise on any other matters relevant to carers that may be required.
· Negotiate with third parties such as statutory and non-statutory bodies as appropriate.
· Refer internally or to other specialist agencies as appropriate.
· Ensure that all work conforms to the organisation’s requirements and other funding requirements, as appropriate.
· Assist with campaigning work by providing information about clients' circumstances through the appropriate channel.
· Keep up to date with legislation, policies and procedures and undertake appropriate training.
· Read relevant publications.
· Attend relevant internal and external meetings as agreed with the line manager.
· Prepare for and attend supervision sessions/team meetings/staff meetings as appropriate.
· Use IT for statistical recording of information relating to campaigning and funding requirements, record keeping and document production.
· Ensure that all work conforms to the organisation's systems and procedures.
· Provide statistical information on the number of clients and nature of cases.
· Carry out any other tasks that may be within the scope of the post to ensure the effective delivery and development of the service.
· Demonstrate commitment to the aims and policies of KCN.
· Abide by health and safety guidelines and share responsibility for own safety and that of colleagues.
· To act as a mediator for carers when appropriate.
· To take part in the provision of training courses and information sessions for professionals and carers run by KCN.
· To contribute to the KCN Newsletter, and to publicity for displays and local Carers’ Week activities.
· To undertake any other duties as may be requested from time to time for the smooth running of the organisation.
KINGSTON CARERS’ NETWORK
Registered Charity No: 1151456
PERSON SPECIFICATION – Adult Carers’ Support Worker
· Ability to interview clients using sensitive listening and questioning skills to get to the root of the issues and empower carers, whilst maintaining structure and control of meetings.
· Ability to listen, respond sensitively and make appropriate referrals eg for counselling as carers often share their emotional difficulties with the Carers’ Support Workers
· Ability to be resilient when dealing with emotionally stressful situations.
· Ability to manage challenging situations professionally
· Good numeracy and literacy skills.
· Commitment to work within the aims, principles and policies of the organisation.
· Ability to give and receive feedback objectively, sensitively and constructively.
· Ability to monitor and maintain required standards.
· Ability to use IT systems and packages, and electronic resources in the provision of advice, record keeping and document production- this post is self-servicing.
· Commitment to continuous professional development, including a willingness to develop knowledge and skills in advice topics.
· Ability to research, analyse and interpret complex information.
· Ability and willingness to work flexible hours.
· An understanding of the role of carers and some of the issues that may affect them.
· Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing at all levels.
· Good time management skills and an ability to prioritise workload.
· Commitment to maintaining relationships based on trust and confidentiality.
· Understanding of equal opportunities and diversity.
· Experience of supporting carers on a range of issues, including carers’ rights, community care and respite care.
· Experience of benefits advice work, across the full range of welfare benefits.
· A knowledge of welfare benefits
· Ability to manage varied and complex caseload and to monitor outcomes
· Experience of support and advocacy work with carers
· Experience of achieving targets and using monitoring systems
· Use of car.
· Knowledge of legislation relating to carers.
· Experience of working with carers and/or carers’ groups.
· Ability to design and produce appropriate information and publicity materials.
Post of Adult Carers Support Worker
CONDITIONS OF SERVICE
The basic terms and conditions of service are set out below. A full description of all terms and conditions will be issued as part of the employment contract.
Salary: £29,709 (pro rata)
Hours: 18 hours per week. Staff are expected to work flexible hours with occasional weekend / evening work.
Entitlement: 25 days per year + public holidays
Expenses: Kingston Carers’ Network reimburses travel expenses on public transport incurred in the performance of official duties, or offers a mileage allowance for staff members using their own cars.
Contract: This post is initially funded for 12 months.
Please note that this role is subject to a basic DBS check.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Do you want to inspire Christians in the UK about Tearfund's life changing work? Do you have a heart to serve the UK church? Are you an organised and passionate administrator? You could be the perfect person to join Tearfund's Supporter Care team!
Our team enables the transformative work of Tearfund around the world by serving Tearfund's UK based supporters. We answer their questions, connect with them relationionally and inspire them with how their support is making a difference.
As an Enquiries Officer, you'll be responsible for providing excellent service by responding to phone calls and written enquiries from potential and existing supporters on all aspects of Tearfund's work, in order to raise and maintain support for Tearfund. If you're an organised, flexible team player who loves helping others and you're passionate about Tearfund's mission, then you might be the right person for this role!
Please note: This is a full time, 6 month fixed term contract. This role is flexible and can be largely home based, but the person in this role will need to work from the Teddington offices regularly.
All applicants must be committed to Tearfund's Christian beliefs
The recruitment process will include specific checks related to safeguarding issues. In addition, personal identification information will be submitted against a Watchlist database to check against criminal convictions as a counter-terror measure.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Who are we?
Recently named one of the Third Sector's ‘Best Charities to Work For’, we are committed to moving further, faster to accelerate change for everyone affected by a brain tumour.Brain tumours kill more children and adults under 40 in the UK than any other cancer. We know that a cure can’t wait. By recruiting a team that ‘can’, we can and will find one sooner.
Our exciting job role!
Our Events team support a wide range of fundraising and engagement events including our Family Days, our annual flagship fundraising event; The Twilight Walk, The Lewis Moody Foundation and a variety of challenge events. You’ll need a highly motivated approach with primary responsibility for The Charity’s flagship fundraising event, The Twilight Walk.In addition to supporting the existing portfolio, you’ll also be responsible for assessing current trends and developing new events concepts that help us to maximise income and deliver on our ambitions strategic goals.
This role is full time - 37.5 hours, with some out of hours working. While contracted to our office in Fleet, Hampshire, our team supports a blend of office and home working provided you have adequate broadband and IT capability, with an average of 2-3 days in the office each week
What we'd like from you:
It’s simple – we’re looking for the people who ‘can’. We want the talented, the energetic and the ambitious. We need the inspired and the inspirational – the people who completely embrace our values, offer a great cultural fit and who are determined to make real and lasting change for our community.
According to the job description you should also be a strong communicator with the ability to engage with a wide range of supporters.You’ll have experience of managing a portfolio of events and delivering both on time and on budget with the ability to identify gaps and ways to make improvements, develop action plans and deliver change.You’ll also have experience of developing new events.
If this is for you, we’d love to hear from you!
What we'd like to give you:
- Salary c.£31,200 (dependent on experience)
- 25 days holiday plus bank holidays
- Generous pension contribution*
- Life assurance cover*
- Employee Assistance Programme
- Opportunities to volunteer at our internal events and activities and work with our amazing community
- Plus a brilliant culture to work in, a great team and lots of fun (and cake!)
*subject to qualifying criteria
How to apply to join our amazing team:
Please apply online attaching your CV and a supporting statement explaining why you want the role, what you would bring to the team and how your skillset and experience will enable us to make a real impact for those affected by brain tumours.
The Brain Tumour Charity particularly encourages applications from minority ethnic groups and underrepresented communities.
Advert close date: 17 August 2022
First interview date and location: TBC over Zoom
Second interview date and location: TBC at our office in Fleet
Please note, early applications are encouraged and interviews will commence before the closing date if and when suitable candidates are identified.
More about us:
Visit our website careers pages to find out more about our culture and what it’s like to be part of our amazing team.You should also check out our YouTube channel too.
Did you know that we were ranked 11th Best Charity to Work For 2020 by Third Sector? Oh yes, and crowned Third Sector’s Charity of the Year in 2018? Not to mention we have won a variety of other awards and have been ranked a top global organisation by renowned management consultants McKinsey! While we’re not boasting, we are particularly proud that our HeadSmart campaign scooped the NHS Innovation Award, a Third Sector Excellence Award and a Charity Times Award (well, maybe we’re boasting a little bit!).
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Technical Data Consultant (SQL, CRM, NFP) – Remote
Small, friendly, ambitious consulting firm focused on technology solutions within the not-for-profit sector are looking for an experienced and technical consultant with solid SQL experience to work on a range of client projects. As part of a team, you will be involved in data migration, system implementation, system review and improvement projects for clients within the not-for-profit / charity / membership bodies arena. To apply you will need solid SQL development experience including database triggers or stored procedures as well as SSRS. Experience of SSIS, Power BI or similar. You will have a good understanding of CRM and data solutions ideally with some exposure to the not-for-profit area including membership management or supporter management solutions. Experience of ETL experience using tools such as Talend, SSIS, Jitterbit or Azure Data Factory is beneficial as well as experience within a Microsoft development environment. Any knowledge or project experience with Salesforce or MS Dynamics would also be of great interest and any knowledge of Donorfy, Raiser’s Edge, ThankQ, Advanced NFP, Integra or similar system would be useful. Good communication skills, experience of project management, business Analysis and working with clients is required and will be part of the role. The company is committed to building on your current skills and experience and would like someone keen to learn and open to new challenges. They offer a modern approach with home and client site working providing everything that is needed to be efficient from a home base. The company is young and growing with a friendly and strong team spirit working with interesting and worthwhile clients. The role is home based and you will need the ability to work from home with occasional client facing and a team meetup on a monthly basis in London.
Arden Resourcing Limited is acting as an employment agency regards the above position.
The Loop is a volunteer-led non profit, non governmental organisation made up of a dedicated team of over 500 chemists, health professionals, researchers and more. Guided by international expertise and experience, we support the establishment of professional drug checking services across the UK.
The Loop offers event-based and community-based drug checking and associated harm reduction services. We also provide training courses in drugs awareness, risk communications, harm reduction, spiking, and managing problems in nightlife. Our training programmes have been booked by staff working across public health, substance misuse services, universities, events, security industries and more.
Following the appointment of our first Chief Executive Officer, The Loop would like to recruit an Administrator. We are looking for a dynamic individual to provide professional, effective and efficient administrative support to the CEO and board, as well as supporting the team in the coordination and administration of fundraising, marketing and drug checking service delivery.
If you think you have the skills and experience to be an exceptional administrator for The Loop, please submit a CV and covering letter (no more than two sides of A4) addressing how you meet the personal specification.
Interviews will take place online but we reserve the right to conduct a second round of in person interviews if neccesary.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Richmond Borough Mind is a vibrant local charity that has been supporting and providing services for adults affected by mental health problems and their carers for over 60 years.
Our out of hours crisis service, Journey Recovery Hub, has been running since December 2019. The service provides support to those suffering from mental health problems, aiming to prevent escalation, reduce isolation, increase independence and self-management and improve mental health and wellbeing.
We are looking for an individual who is a highly motivated team coordinator, with knowledge and experience of supporting vulnerable adults and using the recovery approach in service provision.
The successful applicant will have clear project management skills to support our flexible approach to delivering crisis interventions moving forwards. You will also be a motivating and inspirational leader, and be skilled at encouraging and supporting your team of staff and volunteers to deliver effective person centred support for our clients. You will be enthusiastic and self-motivated, and must be able to work on your own initiative.
You will be required to work face to face in our Kingston Hub primarily, but you may be asked to cover some shifts in our Richmond Hub too. The work will be delivered in a shift pattern over evenings, weekends and Bank Holidays.
Benefits of working for RB Mind:
- 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays per year, increasing by 1 day per full year of service (up to a maximum of 30 days)
- Bonus 1 day of annual leave per year over the festive period (subject to Trustee approval)
- Paid time off for medical appointments
- Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) including free counselling sessions and a wellbeing app
- Training and personal development opportunities
- Staff away days and socials
- Access to shared resources and training opportunities via Mind Federated Network
Richmond Borough Mind values diversity and difference. We welcome applicants from all sections of the community, particularly individuals with lived experience of mental health problems.
Successful candidates will be required to complete an enhanced DBS.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Are you excited by the challenge of inspiring people to run faster, swim further, climb faster and raise more money to really make a difference? Are you happy getting your teeth into strategic planning one day, and rolling up your sleeves and getting ‘hands on’ the next? Do you want to work for a small, passionate team in a charity that has a positive impact on people’s lives – every day?
Kidney Care UK have grown our challenge and mass participation fundraising programme significantly in recent years. We’re proud of what we have achieved, but there’s still so much more we can do. We’re looking for our next Challenge Events Manager, to own and develop all our challenge and mass participation activities to accelerate our income growth so that we can support even more people with chronic kidney disease.
To succeed in this role, you will be an experienced challenge events fundraiser, able to work independently or as part of a team. Dynamic, driven and proactive, your ‘can-do’ attitude will motivate others to succeed.
You’ll need to be a strong communicator, able to build rapport with a wide range of people. You will have experience of managing a portfolio of events on time and to budget, as well as the ability to identify opportunities, solve problems and deliver change.
This role is a vital part of our friendly, dynamic 12 strong fundraising team. You will be challenged to grow and supported to develop.
Now is a really exciting time to join Kidney Care UK – our plans are ambitious, and we hope that you are excited to be part of them.
About Kidney Care UK
3.5 million people in the UK live with chronic kidney disease, and over a million more don’t know that they do.
For over 45 years, Kidney Care UK has been at the forefront of supporting people with kidney disease. From our early days when we campaigned to introduce donor cards in the UK, we have worked hard to support and represent the interests of everyone affected by kidney disease.
We continue to provide practical, emotional and financial support for individuals, whilst also working with health professionals to improve care services and campaign for change.
We are here for the young and the old, for those struggling to make ends meet, for families and loved ones and we fight tirelessly, giving our total support, to improve the lives of kidney patients and their families.
We’ve grown significantly over the past 5 years. But this is just the start – we want to double or triple our income in the next 3 years. We have to – there are so many people who need us.
Please send a CV and a short covering letter to the recruiting manager, Katie Hepworth, Head of Fundraising.
If you want to have an informal chat about the role before applying, please get in touch with Katie by email before August 18th to arrange a time to talk.
Not sure you meet all the criteria for this job? Do get in touch and let’s have a conversation about what’s possible.
Closing date for applications – September 4th.
Initial conversations will take place with selected candidates by telephone during the week commencing 5th September.
Face to face interviews will take place in Alton during the week commencing 12th September.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Location: Home Worker (England, Wales and NI)
Salary: £23,384 - £24,328 per annum (depending on skills and experience) + London allowance of £3,600 (if applicable)
Working Hours: 35 per week
Closing Date: 26 August 2022
Interview Date: TBC (via Zoom or Teams)
Contract: This is a fixed term/secondment opportunity for 12 months
Please note, the deadline for submitting applications for this vacancy is 23:59pm on the closing date.
We reserve the right to close this vacancy early if we receive sufficient applications for the role. Therefore, if you are interested, please submit your application as early as possible.
Who we are
Alzheimer’s Society are a vital source of support and a powerful force for change for everyone affected by dementia. We will not rest until people with dementia and their carers live more fulfilled and less fearful lives, free from stigma and inequality.
What we do
We support people affected by dementia through some of the hardest and most frightening times, to improve their lives and help to avoid crisis.
No matter whoever you are, whatever you’re going through, you can turn to Alzheimer’s Society/us for expert support through practical advice, emotional support, and guidance for the best next step
We join forces with people affected by dementia, leading scientists and policy makers, amplifying voices to push for cutting edge breakthroughs and societal change that’ll improve the lives of people affected by dementia, now and in the future
How we do it
We’re the friendly face of support, the warm voice at the end of the phone and the determined minds who will fight passionately for the cause of everyone affected by dementia
About the role
We have a new and rewarding opportunity for a Supporter Engagement Coordinator to join our Fundraising division.
The role is varied and exciting, with a core focus on putting the supporter at the heart of everything we do here at Alzheimer’s Society. We support the Regional Engagement team with governance of certain processes that enable them to work effectively and offer the best supporter experience.
The role requires a high level of organisation with multiple supporter channels being the focus of your role daily. We use a central CRM system and additional reporting methods which you will be completing to a high level.
The role is the gateway into the wider Regional Engagement team, triaging all community led supporters from fundraising through to dementia friends and events. We focus on quality, delivering an unrivalled journey for our supporters which we constantly look to improve and develop. The successful candidate will help drive this development through excellence and passion.
Ideally you will:
- Be able to demonstrate a high level of supporter centric focus and experience,
- Attention to stewarding our supporters with their specified Fundraising journeys.
- Ability to work working remotely
- Confidence to work as a team and to set deadlines.
- Excellent IT skills including MS Excel, MS Word, MS Outlook and MS PowerPoint
- Experience of managing and working with fundraising database systems (full training provided).
- Have a passion for supporter care and stewardship (desirable)
- Ability to multiple tasks through your day with an eye for details and accuracy.
You may have experience of the following: Fundraising Administrator, Supporter Engagement, Sales Support, Sales Administration, Project Support Project Coordinator, Telemarketing, Fundraising Officer, Fundraising Assistant, Fundraising Executive, Fundraiser, Membership Services, Charity, Charities, Third Sector, NFP, Not for Profit etc.
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Recovery and Connect is a pilot project delivered in partnership with Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. The Recovery and Connect Worker will work intensively with a caseload of individuals who have a pre-existing mental health concern or one that has been created/exacerbated by COVID-19 and support to access ongoing community services. The role will involve working as part of a team liaising with Community Mental Health Recovery Services.
Location: Remote working (1 day working in the office per month / occasional travel when required)
We are working in partnership with Tall Ships Youth Trust, the UK’s oldest and largest youth development sail training charity. Their voyages bring together a complete cross-section of young people to work and live in a unique, physically and mentally challenging sea-going environment that enables them to develop the life skills, social skills, confidence and self-esteem needed to realise their true potential and make positive life choices.
They are now seeking a Major Donor Fundraiser with experience of cultivating gifts of £5k+ in value. The postholder will build a sustainable donor pipeline and secure gifts from major donors, primarily new donors. There are also a small number of existing donors to be stewarded as the portfolio builds. The postholder will be accountable for agreed targets around the number of new leads generated, management of existing leads, number of asks and ultimately income.
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a friendly and welcoming team, all motivated by the charity’s aim of giving young people from disadvantaged backgrounds life-changing experiences at sea.
The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate:
- Minimum of 2 years’ experience in/exposure to major donor fundraising.
- Experience of working in a philanthropic environment/fundraising team.
- Success of securing significant donations from new and existing prospects, through a managed pipeline with timed asks.
- Ability to identify and engage new donors, through multiple channels including digital, virtual, and cultivation events.
- Good knowledge of Microsoft Office suite.
- Experience of using a CRM database.
We are looking for a pro-active self-starter with excellent written and verbal communication skills, ability to build nuanced and personal relationships with donors and families, able to deliver high standard presentation skills, and work autonomously.
For more information, please contact Katherine Anderson-Scott, Senior Consultant, Charisma Charity Recruitment. Your application should be submitted through the Charisma website and include your CV and supporting statement.
We welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds. We do not discriminate on the basis of disability, race, colour, ethnicity, gender, religion, sexual orientation, age, veteran status or other category protected by law.
Closing date for applications: applications are being reviewed on a rolling basis, so please apply without delay to avoid disappointment.
TRUST ADMINISTRATOR (Part time – 0.4 FTE)
Suberb opportunity for someone with excellent interpersonal and organisational skills, a high degree of commitment and the ability to multi-task and work under pressure.
Applications are invited for the post of Trust Administrator with the Daphne Jackson Trust. This is a superb opportunity for the right person to make a difference in a charity that offers Fellowships for returners after a career break of two years or more.
The Trust is based in the Physics Department at the University of Surrey and is a small charity that makes a big difference. The Trust has a very dedicated and friendly team of staff and applicants for this post must be friendly and approachable, efficient and methodical, with a ‘can do’ approach. This is a post that will suit someone with excellent interpersonal and organisational skills, a high degree of commitment and the ability to multi-task and work under pressure. The ability to prioritise a busy workload and to be able to work independently as well as being an effective member of a small team is essential.
Duties will include daily monitoring of emails, answering calls, dealing with incoming and outgoing post, answering queries from potential applicants, accurate logging of all enquiries and management of the Trust Office. The database of enquirers, candidates, applicants, future, current and former Fellows must be kept up-to-date along with management of electronic copies of application documents and correspondence. The complete list of likely duties is covered in the role description.
Applicants must be computer literate with a fully operational knowledge of Microsoft Office A knowledge of the charity sector and some of the stakeholders with whom the Trust works, such as research funders, higher education organisations, learned societies or the scientific community in general would be an advantage. An interest in the work of the Trust generally and equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) issues will be a significant advantage. Whilst experience in an administration role is desirable it is equally important to find the right person to join the team who has a common-sense approach, is a quick learner and is happy to communicate at all levels to a range of stakeholders.
Equality, diversity and inclusion is vital for our society, our communities and our workplaces. All of us should have the opportunity to develop our skills and reach our full potential whatever our identity or background. As such we welcome applications from all individuals and backgrounds. The Trust is fully committed to supporting equality, diversity and inclusion across all areas of our work. We believe this creates collaborative and dynamic workplaces that recognise the contribution and potential of every individual. As a prospective member of the Team, it is important that you embrace our position on this.
Almost all of the Trust staff currently work part time and although many have a hybrid working arrangement, this post will be based in the Trust Office and while there is some flexibility, the hours need to be worked over four or five days.
Salary offered is pro rata of £25,000. Closing date for applications is 12 noon on Friday 2nd September 2022 with applications reviewed on a rolling basis up to the deadline. Please send a CV and covering letter stating where you saw the role advertised and why you think you would be suitable to Dr Katie Perry, Chief Executive, at the Daphne Jackson Trust.Further information on this role and a job description are available to download from our website. If you wish to have an informal conversation about the role please call us.