Digital delivery officer jobs near Milton Keynes
Homeworkers Worldwide is looking for a flexible and well organised Administrator, to support our Director in delivering projects and developing our organisation, both here in the UK and internationally.
This role will provide administrative support both for our Brand Engagement role within the EC-funded Hidden Homeworkers project in South Asia, and for HWW as an organisation. Typical tasks would include maintaining monitoring and financial records, organising events and minuting meetings, supporting with project communications, and with internet-based research tasks.
The postholder will bring strong administrative skills, with solid experience in using word processing, spreadsheets, e mail and the internet, with a calm and methodical approach and the ability to work independently on occasions. Ideally, they will also have experience of book-keeping, event organisation, and communications work, particularly social media/updating websites (we are currently using Squarespace, Mailchimp and Canva).
Homeworkers Worldwide is a small NGO established in 1996 to support homeworkers around the world, most of whom are women, to come together to claim their rights and earn a fair and secure wage in decent working conditions. We:
- Support grass roots organising of homeworkers to bring about change
- Engage with brands and suppliers to work to improve conditions in their supply chains
- Carry out research and policy work, to understand the challenges homeworkers face and identify solutions
- Campaign to hold governments and companies to account and scale up change.
At the moment we have resource for a part time (21 hours/week) position on a six month contract, but we plan to continue the role beyond this date, depending on funding. In the future, there may also be scope to increase the hours, depending on the post holder’s situation. We are also open to hearing from freelancers who may be interested in the role on a self-employed basis.
Homebased position, based in the north of England and able to travel to Leeds and possibly other locations in Yorkshire/Lancashire at least once a month.
Download full details from our website, or use the Contact page if you require further information. Please ensure your Cover letter addresses the Essential requirements as set out in the Person Specification. We are also requesting candidates to complete the Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form, to help us monitor the effectiveness of our advertising strategy in attracting a diverse pool of candidates.
Closing Date: Monday 5th September 2022 (9am)
Interview Date: Tues 13th September 2022
Send your CV, with a covering letter telling us why you are interested in the post and outlining how you meet the at least the Essential criteria in the Person Specification.
If you are shortlisted, your experience, ability and skills will then be further assessed at a face-to-face interview in Leeds, which will start with a task.
Applicants invited for interview can claim prebooked train fares from the north of England.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Job Title: Senior Data Analyst
Salary: £37,488 per annum
Status: Full time - Permanent
Location: Leeds Based
Skills for Care is the strategic workforce development and planning body for adult social care in England. We work with employers, Government, and partners to ensure social care has the right people, skills, and support required to deliver the highest quality care and support, now and in the future.
We respond and adapt to the emerging trends and needs within social care, using data and evidence to drive forward widescale change. We provide best practice, tools, resources, and intelligence to support workforce recruitment, capabilities, and culture.
Supporting workforce capabilities to ensure staff have the right skills, knowledge, competencies, values and behaviours to meet current and future needs in our communities is a key strategic priority for us. People working in adult social care have a vital role in society, and deserve to be recognised as highly qualified professionals, who are respected for the work they do.
Working in the Analysis team within Skills for Care’s Workforce Intelligence unit, you will analyse and report on data held within the Adult Social Care Workforce Data set (ASC-WDS).
This will involve using statistical packages (such as SPSS) to analyse datasets and data visualisation tools (such as Tableau and Power BI) to provide insights for internal and external stakeholders. Training will be provided, however experience and strong analytical skills are required.
Leading on analysis, data visualisation and report writing projects, you will work in an Agile project environment contributing to delivery, planning and new innovations within the team. Strong interpersonal skills are required to operate effectively within the team and with a variety of partners and clients.
The Adult Social Care Workforce Data Set (ASC-WDS) is funded by the Department of Health and Social Care and is the major data collection on the adult social care workforce. It collects data about care-providing establishments as well as data about individual workers in this large and growing employment sector.
You will be part of a team that provides vital information that is used by central government for policy shaping and at a local level by decision makers and workforce planners. You will take a lead role in the delivery of analysis, data visualisation and report writing projects within the workforce intelligence team. This opportunity will include using statistical software to analyse complex datasets and presenting data to a range of stakeholders via clear and concise written reports and data visualisations.
If this excites you then this might be the role for you.
Please visit our website for the full job description and details on how to apply.
At Skills for Care we are passionate about our workforce becoming more representative of the society we support, this includes all equality characteristics such as age, race, disability, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief. This lived experience from a diverse group of people helps us in all the work that we do and ultimately supports the social care sector to provide the best quality care. We recognize that sometimes an individual’s impairment can mean that some adjustments to our recruitment and selection process would be welcomed. Please contact our HR team to discuss any adjustments that you may need.
A DBS check is not required for these roles. Candidates will be asked to disclose any unspent criminal convictions as part of the recruitment process however this will not form part of the initial application stage.
IMPACT & STORIES COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER
Salary: £30,673 per annum + good range of benefits
Contract: 18 months fixed-term, with possibility of extension. 36.5 hours per week. Part-time considered.
Based: Flexible working. Milton Keynes office / London office or hybrid working
World Vision works with the most vulnerable children, so they’re empowered to overcome poverty and injustice, and experience fullness of life. Inspired by our Christian faith, we serve alongside children – of all faiths and none – through long-term development projects, emergency responses and advocacy in almost 100 countries.
With over 70 years of experience, our work with communities, donors, partners, and governments transforms lives and creates opportunities for better futures for vulnerable children – even in the toughest places.
Work for World Vision UK and you will be part of a truly global Partnership, building brighter futures for vulnerable children.
This exciting and newly created role sits within World Vision UK’s (WVUK) Policy and Programmes Department. This crucial role will work with sectoral specialists, project managers and monitoring-evaluation and learning colleagues to identify key evidence, stories of impact and programmatic learning from with our projects and programmes. Translating complex information into inspiring and compelling content for external audiences, in a way which promotes the voice of children and women.
To ensure strong dissemination of the evidence of World Vision impact and what we are learning, the role will also be responsible for uploading content onto our website and managing the Impact Hub area of our internal intranet, so key stories and impact information can be used externally by other departments. In addition the role will support the organization of external and internal evidence dissemination events.
Key requirements of the role are:
- Educated to degree level OR equivalent knowledge acquired through relevant experience.
- Proven track record of distilling complex information into accessible communication content
- Substantial, demonstrable experience in writing engaging print and digital content for programmatic knowledge, or evidence or learning e.g. blogs, case studies, summary reports, stories of change, PowerPoint slides, for technical audiences and/or charitable supporter audiences.
- Excellent communication skills, with the ability to work with a wide variety of colleagues from across the organisations
- Strong team player with an interest in co-creating engaging content
- Proactive and positive problem solver, self-starter and start-finisher
- Experience in creating basic data visualisations and dashboards in packages like PowerBI, would be an advantage.
All applicants must be willing to work within a Christian framework and be sensitive to its various expressions across cultures and denominations.
In addition to the salary offered, we offer good benefits including pension, generous holiday entitlement and free parking (MK only).
Please upload your CV of full employment history explaining any gaps of employment and reasons for leaving your previous employer. This must be accompanied with a covering letter stating how you meet the essential criteria given in the Job Description.
**Please note that you MUST have the Right to work in the UK documentation as unfortunately this role is not sponsored and your application cannot be considered any further without it**
Closing Date for applications: 12 September 2022
Interview Dates: Week commencing 19 September 2022
Please note, we reserve the right to interview and appoint before the advertised closing date.
Universal acceptance for everyone, everywhere is at the heart of our Christian organisation. We promote diversity of thought, culture and background, which connects the entire World Vision family. As such, World Vision is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. We value diversity and aspire to reflect this in our workforce. We particularly welcome applications from under-represented sections of the community. World Vision UK also operates flexible working policies and practices.
As a child focused organisation, World Vision UK is committed to the safeguarding of children, therefore any offer of employment is conditional upon the successful completion of applicable background checks, including a criminal records check.
World Vision UK is a registered organisation operating the Misconduct Disclosure Scheme (MDS) and we shall check with your previous employers about your behaviour and conduct. We will be requesting they complete a form known as a Statement of Conduct. For more information see our website.
By submitting your application, you understand and accept that World Vision UK will process the data you provide for the purposes of your application and in accordance with the World Vision UK - Job Applicant Privacy Notice available on our website.
No agencies please.
The Data, Impact and Evaluation Manager is an exciting new role that will be responsible for driving forward growth and innovation across the organisation by instilling a data driven approach to all of our strategic objectives and interventions.
You will have a clear understanding of how to manage and execute multiple high quality research and data analysis projects, and will be an excellent communicator to effectively tell the story of our impact and drive engagement amongst our stakeholders.
You will be team-orientated with a commitment to supporting all members of the organisation to deliver the best possible impact and outcomes for our young people through a data-centered approach. You will have a talent for simplifying complex processes and onboarding colleagues on to new systems and processes, as well as being an continual advocate for best data handling practices.
We want to hear from people who can passionately represent the interests of the diverse young people that we serve. We are not asking for particular qualifications. We don’t care what school you went to or what your parents do for work. We care about your character, your skills, your potential and your love of data. If you can see yourself making an impact in our organisation, we want to hear from you.
Duties and responsibilities:
This role will report to the Head of Operations but work across the programmes, development, and operations team. The Data, Impact and Evaluation Manager role will be responsible for:
Impact & evaluation strategy and planning
Developing an impact and evaluation strategy that supports our organisation’s mission and supports our growth towards our five year strategy.
Creating, managing and working with all teams to deliver an annual calendar of insights, monitoring and evaluation projects and reporting.
Project planning the implementation and onboarding of new systems and integrations to improve our data handling and analysis.
Making effective use of data, evaluation and insights
Work with our programmes team and impact committee to design and implement effective monitoring and evaluation of our interventions to drive continuous improvement and greater impact for our young people.
Ensure consistency and validation of data across programmes and teams to enable us to capture accurate longitudinal data and monitor the long-term impact of our interventions.
Provide insight to our beneficiaries to better support our programmes’ delivery and engagement.
Carry out prospect research to better understand the communities we support, the challenges they face and steer our interventions to support those most in need.
Scan the horizon to ensure we stay ahead of the curve and better understand trends and opportunities in the STEM sector for our young people.
Deliver insightful and timely reporting on In2scienceUK activities to key stakeholders, including effectively managing reporting requirements to our donors and funders.
Work with the communications team to develop a suite of tools that can be used for external marketing, including data on the issues we are addressing, impact insights and success stories.
Contribute data and insights for blogs, socials and PR to facilitate our advocacy efforts to improve social mobility in STEM.
Build capacity within the teams to improve their collection, analysis and use of data and evidence to inform decisions.
Systems ownership and integration
Support the development, continuous improvement and maintenance of our databases and CRM systems to enhance In2scienceUK’s operations, including automation of processes where appropriate.
Identify opportunities for systems integration and improvement where possible, with a particular focus on improving accessibility to participant and impact data. This will include working directly with external suppliers and implementation partners where necessary.
Support mapping and documentation of protocols and processes for data handling, storing and data sharing both within the organisation and with select partners and external suppliers, ensuring we remain compliant.
Champion, develop and maintain a good data management culture, ensuring all staff play their part in effective data management.
Act as a point of contact for data related enquiries and issues, ensuring to stay up to date with the latest data protection legislation, policies and guidance.
As duties and responsibilities change, the job description will be reviewed and amended in consultation with the post holder. The postholder will carry out any other duties as are within the scope, spirit and purpose of the job as requested by the line manager.
Commitment to our vision, mission and values.
Passionate about data and what it can offer.
Proven expertise in data management, evaluation and impact reporting.
Up to date knowledge on latest legislation and policies regarding data protection and processing within the UK.
Proven experience of implementing, administering and maintaining data systems and services.
Ability to balance long term strategic needs and immediate operational and programme needs.
Experience of documenting processes and policies and communicating these effectively to all stakeholders.
Strong interpersonal and influencing skills, with the ability to form positive relationships with colleagues with a wide range of backgrounds, knowledge and skills.
Excellent communication skills, with the ability to present complex data and processes simply and with impact.
Experience of working on varied and competing projects, with the ability to adapt and prioritise where necessary.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Salary: circa. £29,000 per annum plus benefits
Location: Northampton office with hybrid-working
Hours: 37 hours per week
Contract Type: Temporary ongoing
The Motor Neurone Disease (MND) Association have a temporary opportunity for an ICT Officer to join the ICT Team at our national office in Northampton.
We operate a trusting, collaborative, and hybrid working policy which enables the flexibilities of splitting your working time, between the workplace and your home.
About the role
As an ICT Officer, you will be part of a friendly ICT team, providing first and second line technical support to colleagues across the Association. You will support the delivery of Microsoft Teams and SharePoint services and automated workflows.
The key purpose of this role is to create, manage and monitor MS Teams and SharePoint sites. Developing and delivering automated workflow solutions using Power Automate and the Microsoft Power Platform and support the roll out and adoption of these solutions.
This role will also see you give advice, documentation and training to office-based and remote end users, in the use of a variety of different software packages, office systems, operating systems, printers and computer related services.
What are we looking for?
A friendly and customer service focused individual with experience of delivering support, advice and training end users.
The successful candidate will also have experience of supporting Microsoft Team, using Office to a high level, working knowledge of Microsoft Teams, SharePoint 365, Microsoft Power Platform and Power Automate.
For full role responsibilities please view the job description.
How to apply?
We would love to hear from you and encourage early applications.
If this sounds like the perfect opportunity for you, apply online now and submit your CV!
The MND Association was founded in 1979. Our mission is to improve care and support for people with MND, their families and carers. We also fund and promote research that leads to new understanding and treatments and brings us closer to a cure for MND. The Association also campaigns and raises awareness so the needs of people with MND, and everyone who cares for them, are recognised, and addressed by wider society.
We operate a hybrid working environment within a flexible office space using the latest technology and digital infrastructure. This, together with a high level of trust and performance driven culture, gives staff the freedom and flexibility to work in the best way for them, the Association and, most importantly, people with MND.
We are committed to equality and value diversity. We are working hard to remove perceived and actual barriers to participation for people with and affected by MND, current and future staff, volunteers, and stakeholders.
The MND Association operates a hybrid working culture and therefore we are open to discussing the possibility of variable hours, remote or home working, flexible start, and finish times etc.
Please submit your application as soon as possible; due to the high volumes of applications we receive, we reserve the right to close any adverts before the closing date once we have received sufficient applications.
Our selection process will be multi-stage; this may include video call screening, and competency-based interview/s.
We request that recruitment agencies do not contact us in relation to this role. We work hard to fill our roles directly and if assistance is required, we operate a PSL, which currently closed for review. We do not accept speculative CVs from recruitment agencies/ head-hunters.
We are working with a UK Leading body to recruit for a System Support Officer, CRM and Analysis BNO within an Events team of enthusiastic colleagues and supported by a committed team of volunteers, you will encourage, measure, manage and develop student and member engagement across the organisation.
This is a full-time, permanent contract working from home. The salary is £30,160 to £31,200 per annum. The organisation offers great employee benefits which includes pension scheme, private medical insurance, and continuous Professional Development.
As the System Support Officer, CRM and Analysis (Branch Network Officer) you will support the delivery of a national programme of events and digital engagement through the Branch Network, working with the Branch Network Manager, Branch Network Team and Finance Team. Supporting the management of student and member data, along with subscriber information in line with agreed policies in CRM and Click Dimensions. Monitoring and reporting on marketing campaigns. Administer the data capture and registration process for non-members. Surveying members on behalf of branches, maintaining branch web pages, updating CRM.
To be considered for the role you will have the following, skills, knowledge, and experience.
* Exceptional Customer Service Skills, call and email handling
* Highly skilled CRM user
* Time management and multitasking capabilities
* BI Query and or other big data research capabilities
* Ability to solve problems
* Ability to use customer engagement platforms - Cvent/event registration platforms/Click Dimensions
If this sounds like the role for you, then we would be interested to hear from you. We are reviewing CVs as and when we are receiving them so if you are keen to apply, then please do so today.
TPP are always keen to speak with candidates looking to work in the sector so if this role isn't quite right for you, please do check out our website www.tpp.co.uk and pop your CV over to us!
We want you to have every opportunity to demonstrate your skills, ability and potential; please contact us if you require any assistance or adjustment so that we can help with making the application process work for you.
SumOfUs is looking for a campaign manager (fundraising) with experience in digital fundraising to help us grow our income and win campaigns against corporate power.
If you love raising money online to fight for global economic justice, enjoy writing and are hungry to experiment and innovate to change the world, then this is the role for you.
This role reports to the Head of Fundraising and sits at the intersection of campaigning and fundraising. The person in this role will be responsible for developing and executing compelling digital (primarily email) campaigns that inspire and center members, while raising funds to power the work we do. SumOfUs is member funded, meaning we do not accept money from corporations or governments. We rely mostly on individual contributions to fund our work.
This position is full time and remote. It can be undertaken by anyone living between GMT +2 hours (Western Europe / East Africa) and GMT -6 hours (Central Americas).
A bit about us
SumOfUs is a global movement of consumers, investors, and workers standing together to hold corporations accountable for their actions and forge a new and sustainable path for our global economy. We are a movement of more than 20 million people, brought together by a global team of 40+ campaigners, fundraisers, engineers and operations staff. Our purpose is to challenge corporate power everywhere. We hold the biggest corporations in the world (and their political allies) to account by mobilizing millions of people to take collective action.
We are aiming to fundamentally reshape the global economy to put people and planet over profit, but we know we can not do it alone. We build partnerships with on-the-ground activists and organizers, and we follow their lead. We innovate, experiment and embrace professional and organizational growth. We invest in people and we invest in how we work, because our vision calls on us to build the most effective, global, diverse, and talented team possible.
We highly value a diverse team and an equitable work environment where every member of our team is set up to thrive. We have taken steps to nurture this environment including an Anti-Oppression Leadership Team that leads work to transform injustice within the organization and in our campaigning work. We expect all team members to take responsibility for co-creating an equitable work community where everyone is able to do impactful, world-changing work. We offer benefits including additional sick days for parents and caregivers, flexible working hours, and professional development stipends. We review our policies and practices for equity frequently. We encourage people identifying with marginalized communities to apply.
What you will do as part of our team
- Identify and develop impact-focused fundraisers that excite SumOfUs members;
- Write, write, write. Every week, you will draft fundraising campaigns that inspire members to donate or take action;
- Make your colleagues’s fundraisers better (and we will do the same for you). You will give edits and feedback on colleagues’s drafts;
- Collaborate with campaigners and external partners on developing fundraisers that help us win campaigns and build our movement;
- Deliver digital campaigns using our CRM (ActionKit) to set up, schedule, test, analyze and optimize emails;
- Continuously develop and stay up-to-date on best-practices in digital fundraising;
- Work on strategic projects to improve member engagement and drive acquisition, including but not limited to experimenting with new fundraising programs;
- Lead day-to-day fundraising operations and the fundraising team;
- Work closely with the Head of Fundraising to execute strategic priorities and goals;
- Participate as an active member of the fundraising team and SumOfUs community, and other duties as assigned.
Skills and experiences you will need to bring
We have no formal education requirements – if you can meet the responsibilities of the role and are willing to grow, that is all that matters.
All roles at SumOfUs require you to:
- Be dedicated to building a fairer and more sustainable global economy;
- Demonstrate an active commitment to building a diverse, equitable and inclusive work community;
- Communicate in English (English is our primary working language);
- Work remotely (SumOfUs provides funds to set-up a home office or to work from a co-working space).
This role in particular requires you to:
- Have experience in digital fundraising, preferably in email fundraising;
- Identify and develop inspiring, impact-driven and anti-oppressive campaigns;
- Have excellent writing skills with a solid understanding of campaigning;
- Have an excellent understanding of donor behavior and how to inspire people to donate;
- Identify viral moments and understand how to capture audience attention;
- Have a solid understanding of A/B testing and basic data analysis to be able to optimize the email supporter journey;
- Have experience working in CRMs (ideally ActionKit) to load, produce, and send emails to members;
- Have effective team development and leadership skills, experience managing projects and mentoring staff;
- Have experience setting and tracking goals with teams to successful delivery;
- Effective relationship building and management skills, able to develop and manage relationships with partners and internal stakeholders;
- Be keen to learn and develop new skills, and find innovative solutions to challenges.
We know that no one can possibly have all these skills and experiences - you will likely be able to bring 2 or 3 of the following to our team:
- Experience with digital advocacy or mobilization tools;
- Experience improving deliverability and list management techniques;
- Experience in other forms of digital or online fundraising, including but not limited to digital ads, text-to-give, crowdfunding, peer-to-peer;
- Experience designing and running experimentation or conversion rate optimisation (CRO) programmes;
- Familiarity with HTML, CSS and editing email templates;
- Experience with market campaigns, shareholder activism, or corporate accountability issues.
How to apply
We don’t find cover letters particularly helpful in seeing the way you might fit with this job. Instead, use our application form to upload your resume and your answers to the following questions in English:
- Why are you applying for this job? (suggested word limit: 125);
- Briefly describe an email campaign fundraiser that you had the primary responsibility for running. Include the ask and a short explanation for how the money raised has helped (or will help) win that campaign. (suggested word limit: 200 words).
- Briefly share your approach to team leadership and coaching team members to success.
- List which of the “big plus” skills above you have, with a few words of explanation if that is useful.
Your answers to the application questions will only be used for recruitment purposes. Applications will be open until the role is filled. We will be reviewing and processing applications on a rolling basis and we encourage you to apply early.
Compensation is competitive and will be determined based on a combination of experience, seniority, and location. For some context: this position in the UK would pay between £43,000 - £58,400GBP per year depending on experience and seniority. In other regions, compensation will be adjusted for local currency and local market rates. SumOfUs's compensation policy is calculated with a focus on equity and where staff can thrive. SumOfUs is a fully remote and distributed team, as such we offer stipends to offset cell phone and internet costs. We offer stipends to set-up home offices or to rent space in a coworking environment. We offer five weeks paid vacation (plus additional sick leave and all major public holidays off and 6 months paid parental leave), contributions to retirement, and the ability to work from home and work with a degree of flexibility outside our core hours of operation. We cover private health insurance premiums for employees and dependents who live in countries without public insurance. We are happy to answer any questions you have about our parental leave policies and other, similar benefits in interviews.
SumOfUs is an equal opportunity employer. It is the policy of SumOfUs to provide equal employment opportunity to all applicants for employment and employees and not to discriminate because of race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, disability, marital status, personal appearance, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, family responsibilities, matriculation, genetic information, or political affiliation. Equal employment opportunities will be provided in employment, recruitment, selection, compensation, benefits, promotion, demotion, layoff, termination and all other terms and conditions of employment.
Check out the careers page on our website for more open jobs in our Fundraising and other teams.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We have two leadership vacancies where you have the opportunity to come and join us on either our Board or our newly formed Operations Committee, where you will play a key role in strengthening our Governance Framework on our mission to Transform Lives.
The Salvation Army Housing Association (Saha) is a Registered Provider of social housing that is part of the wider Salvation Army family. We started developing housing and services in 1959. We currently own over 4,000 homes and are a specialist provider of support and housing across England.
We’d love to hear from you if you have strong housing sector experience, have held a senior leadership position in another Registered Provider, experience of overseeing high quality services to those in greatest need in our society, and are able to commit up to around 15 days /8 days per year respectively to this work, then we would love to hear from you.
Please review our recruitment packs where you will find more information about these positions and how to apply.
You can also visit our website for more information about Saha.
Closing date: 12 noon on Friday 19th August 2022
Operations Committee Member Interview date: Tuesday 13th September 2022
Board Member Interview Date: Tuesday 20th September 2022
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
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.
About the Role
- Work alongside the District Mission Enabler and FEAST pioneer in communicating the FEAST idea to the circuits and churches throughout the District and beyond
- To conduct a feasibility study FEAST across the District to aid strategic delivery of FEAST
- In partnership with the FEAST pioneer work to develop and produce FEAST facilitators training and resources.
- Develop digital FEAST project strategy. Which includes digital channels for FEAST project: Youtube, website, facebook, twitter, email databases and tik tok etc.
- In partnership with District Mission Enabler develop the brand for the FEAST project
- Explore FEAST development for young and emerging leaders
- Develop strategic plan for FEAST implementation across the District
- Work with the Evangelism and Growth team and Learning Network to embed resources into the FEAST project.
Ways of working
1. Engage and enable the FEAST community at a local level. Work with, not for.
2. Work collaboratively with colleagues across the district and wider church, and encourage and facilitate ecumenical partnership wherever possible
3. Live out the Methodist Way of Life and participate in the Methodist Pioneering Pathways.
4. Monitor, reflect, review, revise
5. Be committed to modelling healthy self-reflection, coaching and accountability to management structures.
Any other duties and responsibilities, identified by the District Mission Enabler within the capabilities and level of responsibility for the post holder.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS LEAD
Based: *Southwest Region with home working
Part Time 22.5 hours per week
Salary FTE £30,966 per annum, pro-rata £18,830 for working 22.5 hours per week
Help & Care have an excellent reputation as a service provider and are looking for someone who wants to help them shape their identity and build their reputation even further.
The Communications & Marketing Lead is a varied and rewarding role where you will deliver effective marketing across bought, owned and earned channels. You must be a creative storyteller and know how to craft a media-worthy narrative.
Work has begun on developing an ambitious and effective marketing strategy and you will be someone that will relish in taking full responsibility for completing and implementing this in order to significantly grow our impact, reach and brand awareness.
We are looking for strong communication and project management skills, an entrepreneurial approach and a personal ability to shape strategy and brand development.
This is an exciting opportunity for a creative thinker with a talent in both communications and marketing.
Applicants should have excellent communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to develop strong working relationships with managers and outside agencies to ensure effective promotion of the Charity.
You should have experience in both developing and producing written publications, producing content and images relevant for websites, social media, publications and leaflets to a range of audiences.
You will have a good grasp of digital communication channels and be a confident user of Microsoft Office Applications, Adobe Photoshop, mail-chimp, Google analytics and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Salesforce systems.
It is advantageous if you have knowledge and experience of graphic design, evaluating and maintaining statistics and able to test the functionality of new or revised digital projects. It is vital that you have a thorough understanding and empathy with the values of the organisation - personal, innovation, social justice and collaboration.
If you feel you could contribute in this way, we look forward to hearing from you.
Closing date for completed application forms to be received by 12 noon on 29th August 2022.
Interviews will be held online week commencing 5th September 2022.
To obtain more detail on Help & Care and the job role including, the job description, person specification and the application form for completion, please take a look at our website vacancies page by searching Help & Care.
Please submit a Cover Letter or complete our short application form attached, explaining why you are interested in this role and why you feel you would be a good match for the role.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
At the Public Interest News Foundation (PINF), we want everyone in the UK to benefit from public interest news that speaks to them, for them and with them. We work with print and digital news providers of all shapes and sizes, focusing in particular on independent providers with turnover below £2m. These innovative social enterprises are developing new models of journalism, but they face great challenges.
Since we started work in March 2020, we have provided independent news providers with funding and leadership development opportunities, backed up by original research. Now, we want to strengthen the support for our mission among policymakers in the UK Government and devolved administrations.
As Campaigns Manager, you will have lead responsibility for the success of the ‘News for All’ campaign, which aims to promote the value of independent public interest news to policymakers and stakeholders. You will also be responsible for coordinating the Public Interest News Network, through which we work with a range of our partner organisations. And you will make sure that our core communications are clear and compelling.
We are a small, dedicated team with big ambitions. We work remotely from home or in co-working spaces, with get-togethers at least once a month. We all contribute to PINF’s evolving strategy, and we support and stretch each other to do our best work.
We are committed to building a diverse team who can bring their experiences from work and home into this role. Therefore, we actively encourage applications from Black, Asian or minoritised groups, LGBTQ+ people and people with disabilities.
You will have the following skills and attributes:
- Advocacy. You will be able to develop and deliver an effective campaign, drawing on your excellent knowledge and understanding of the UK’s political framework to build effective working relationships with Ministers, MPs and Peers, members of the devolved administrations and civil servants.
- Communications. You will be able to use your outstanding written and verbal communication skills, including copy-writing and public speaking, to draft and deliver output including speeches, consultation responses, blog posts and comment pieces.
- Media. You will be able to engage effectively with print, digital and broadcast journalists, and manage PINF’s social media channels.
- Policy. You will be able to distil complex policy issues into clear and compelling positions by drawing on internal and external research. You do not have to be a sector specialist when you start the role, but you should be able to build your knowledge and understanding rapidly.
- Partnerships. You will be able to build a coalition of organisations and individuals, drawing on your skill for effective working relationships and your instinct for collaboration to engage and empower people from all backgrounds and experiences.
- Administration. You will be able to stay on top of your workload by using relevant software (including Microsoft Office, e-campaigning tools and content management systems), keeping accurate and up-to-date records, and prioritising between competing tasks.
In your first 12 months as Campaigns Manager, you will:
- Lead on the successful delivery of the ‘News for All’ campaign, through which we are working in partnership with a range of organisations and individuals to ensure that policymakers support independent news providers through the forthcoming Digital Competition Bill and other areas of public policy.
- Co-ordinate the Public Interest News Network, through which we are developing our relationships with our partner organisations, to ensure that we contribute as effectively and efficiently as possible towards our shared aims.
- Build PINF’s profile and reputation with key audience groups, including not only policymakers, but also independent news providers, philanthropists and big tech companies, through a running programme of media and social media communications.
We are a small and friendly team of dedicated people who work remotely with a high degree of responsibility and autonomy. We meet at least once a month in London, and we can cover reasonable travel costs for employees who are based outside London to attend these meetings. We can also pay for employees to use co-working spaces in their local area if they prefer not to work from home. We are happy for employees to manage their own time, so long as they are available to take calls and meetings and respond to emails within normal office hours (9.30am-5.30pm, Monday-Friday). The Campaigns Manager will be entitled to 28 days paid leave, including bank holidays.
At PINF, we are committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive organisation. We offer flexible working arrangements to support staff from different backgrounds, and we particularly encourage applications from people whose backgrounds are under-represented in the news media.
We intend to appoint the Campaigns Manager on a twelve-month full-time contract (40 hours per week with an hour each day for lunch). With further funding, we hope to develop this into a permanent role, so, for the right candidate, this could be the start of a long-term involvement with the Public Interest News Foundation. Permanent employees receive matching pension contributions of 5% and can participate in our salary sacrifice scheme to lease an electric car.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
To deliver our programme of peer-led self-management courses following treatment for lymphoma.
Self-Management Programme Coordinator
Salary: £24,000 p/a (calculated on a pro-rata basis as £19,200 for a 28-hour working week)
Location: Aylesbury head office with hybrid/flexible working
Hours: Part time, 28 hours per week (0.8 of FT)
Lymphoma Action is the UK’s only charity dedicated to lymphoma, the UK’s fifth most common cancer. We’ve been providing expert information and wide-ranging support for more than 35 years, helping thousands of people affected by lymphoma.
Are you looking to make a difference in the voluntary sector? Are you passionate about supporting individuals to live well beyond their cancer diagnosis?
This role is key to helping us to deliver our national peer-led self-management programme to people living with lymphoma so that they can live well with and beyond their diagnosis. The role is pivotal in coordinating the engagement, planning and delivery of our proven model for sustainable self-management. You’ll be engaging with clinical nurse specialists to deliver workshops in their locality, ensuring a positive uptake of places for people with lymphoma and their key family members. You’ll be building on several years success in delivering this project, available as live and online workshops and mini online course.
To be successful you will need to have:
- A warm, sensitive and understanding approach towards people with lymphoma;
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills;
- Excellent administrative and organisational skills, with the ability to juggle and prioritise multiple tasks, manage workload under pressure and meet deadlines;
- Excellent digital and IT skills;
- Ideally, experience of running in-person and digital events.
We have a great working culture that focuses on what we are here to do but also on being creative, supportive and having the right environment to be effective.
Closing date: 22 August
Interviews: In-person at Aylesbury office on 5 and 6 September
Shortlisted candidates will be contacted on 24 August inviting them to interview on 5 or 6 September, to be held at the Aylesbury office.
We reserve the right to review applications and schedule interviews on an on-going basis, so early applications are encouraged.
If you would like to find out more, please click the apply button. You will be directed to our website to complete your application for this position.
We actively welcome applications that will help increase the diversity of our workforce, welcoming applications from those with disabilities and from minority groups and from different backgrounds and experiences.
Lymphoma Action is a registered charity in England and Wales (1068395) and in Scotland (SC04850).
No agencies please.
Location: Home based (UK-Wide)
Salary: £26,451 - £28,886 per annum (depending on skills and experience) + London allowance of £3,600 (if applicable)
Working Hours: 35 per week
Closing Date: 25 August 2022
Interview Date: 6th and 7th September (Via Microsoft Teams)
Please note: the deadline for submitting applications for this vacancy is 12:00pm 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.
About Alzheimer\'s Society
Who we are
Alzheimer’s Society are a vital source of support and a powerful force for change for everyone affected by dementia.
What we want
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're looking for an impressive writer/editor to work on our information portfolio to join our busy and creative Publishing team. With excellent writing skills and a compassionate approach, you will contribute to this vital source of support. You’ll help people affected by dementia to enjoy fulfilled lives, whatever their background and needs.
You’ll have demonstrable experience producing and editing accurate, engaging and accessible copy, preferably health information or in a charity. You’ll be managing projects from editorial development through to final delivery, so it’s essential that you can manage a busy workload and deliver to tight deadlines.
To ensure our content makes a difference you’ll measure and record its impact. You’ll liaise with people affected by dementia, internal teams and external partners to build understanding and insight to reflect and represent the reality of dementia.
This is not a health journalism role but you will contribute to internal and external comms including the promotion of our information support and team activities. This will include occasional work with storytellers, feature writers and journalists in other teams across the Society.
- Be a skilled and compelling writer and editor.
- Be able to create clear, powerful health information content & work hard across print and digital channels.
- Ability to adapt quickly, demonstrate empathy and apply a solutions-based approach to meeting the information needs of our audiences.
- Committed to putting the needs of people affected by dementia at the heart of our information provision.
- Excellent interpersonal skills, being approachable and friendly.
- Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
- Excellent attention to detail, grammar and spelling.
- Excellent IT skills and ability to use Microsoft packages confidently.
- Be enthusiastic and passionate with a can-do attitude.
- Be able to work collaboratively with other team members if/when required.
You may have experience of the following: Assistant Editor, Editor, Assistant Writer, Writer, Charity, Charities, Third Sector, Journalism, Editorial Assistant, Junior Editor, Copywriter, Publishing Assistant, etc.
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The FSRH are recruiting a Training Programme Coordinator to oversee our CSRH specialty training programme and support candidates on pathways to enter the GMC’s specialist register. You’ll work collaboratively alongside senior clinicians and trainees undertaking postgraduate specialty training, playing a key role to ensure the future of the SRH workforce.
We are looking for an efficient administrator to join our small, dynamic and busy team. You’ll be confident to manage relationships with a range of internal and external stakeholders to ensure the quality and standards of our specialty curriculum and assessment framework, while providing a positive experience for our trainees and trainers.
Reporting to the Head of Specialty training, as Training Programme Coordinator you will be familiar with quality assurance processes for educational programmes and able to apply this knowledge to supporting the CSRH curriculum and assessment framework development, monitoring and evaluation.
You will be an excellent communicator who is able to understand and navigate complex governance structures, digital platforms and administrative processes, using your initiative to provide solutions for issues and drive continuous improvements.
The Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare (FSRH) are the leaders in the field of sexual and reproductive healthcare, and we are the voice for professionals working in this area. As a multi-disciplinary professional membership organisation, we set clinical guidance and standards, provide training and lifelong education, and champion safe and effective sexual and reproductive health care across the life course for all.
We value diversity, promote equality and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds.
This role is offered on a full-time basis, 35 hours per week. The office is based in London Bridge, London, but we are happy to support hybrid and remote working options.
Starting Salary is £26,784 plus benefits.
Please apply with a CV and Covering Letter outlining your interest in the role, your availability and highlight your skills and experience that meet the requirements. For a full job decription please visit the FSRH website. Closing date for applications is 10am on 24th August 2022.
Please send a CV and cover letter by 10am on 24th August 2022
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.