Director of Programmes & Partnerships: Leadership role at an innovative NGO to tackle the causes of global deforestation.
Global Canopy is an innovative environmental organisation that targets the market forces driving two thirds of tropical deforestation worldwide. Our mission is to accelerate progress towards a deforestation-free global economy - through improved transparency, innovative finance and strategic communications. Since 2001, we have catalysed new thinking and action by leading governments, companies and investors worldwide.
We are recruiting a Programmes and Partnerships Director to help lead in the areas of Programme Strategy and planning, Development of new programme areas, and external relationships and fundraising – as well as playing a central role in the management of the organisation.
Full details are in our recruitment pack.
The Programmes and Partnerships Director is the lead accountable person for the strategic focus, sustainability and impact of Global Canopy’s Programmes.
Your role will be to effectively operationalise the Global Canopy’s strategy into programmes which are well resourced, well managed, and that deliver their expected outcomes. This will require an outward-facing orientation, maximising our ability as an organisation to enable, influence and increase accountability for the private and public sector organisations that we target.
You will have an exciting combination of responsibilities, building out the structures to ensure high quality delivery in line with agreed objectives, coaching and mentoring staff, and supporting the organisation’s ongoing development. You will add value to discussions around organisational structure, helping Global Canopy to improve collaboration between programmatic teams to effectively and efficiently deliver high quality work.
You will be someone who naturally builds positive relationships across the organisation, able to work collaboratively and create buy-in through influence and persuasion. You will be adaptable – flexing your approach to different situations and people. Some programmes need close support to develop, while established programmes need both space to deliver, and supportive challenge and help to learn and improve.
As a member of the management team, you will play a leading role in setting the culture of the organisation and living Global Canopy’s values. You will have shared responsibility for our organisational capability and ensuring that Global Canopy continues to evolve according to the strategy that you will help to set. You will attend quarterly board meeting – with accountability for programme implementation and impact.
Partnerships are at the heart of how Global Canopy works and key to maximising our impact. This includes both funding partnerships – taking a lead role on working with large institutional funders – as well as the key institutional partnerships that are central to delivering our programmes and achieving change.
>>>> Responsibilities :
1) Programme strategy and planning – 20%
- Programmatic strategy, planning and impact - responsible for ensuring each programme has effective programme design, planning, monitoring, evaluation and learning.
- Ensuring risks to delivery, impact and financial performance are understood and well managed, reporting back to SMT and Board as appropriate.
2) Development of new programme areas – 25%
- Development of new programme areas in line with Global Canopy’s strategic goals. Collaborative programme design from concept to implementation.
3) External Representation & fundraising – 25%
- Programmatic funding – building and maintaining strong relationships with donors, setting targets and overseeing the funding pipeline.
- External representation for Global Canopy as an institution, and for its major programmes.
- Creating and maintaining strong networks with relevant stakeholders, funders, and other organisations to help achieve our goals.
4) Management – 30%
- Resourcing, capability and structure of the programmes team including line management of relevant programme staff.
- Developing a culture of impact and learning and embedding this across the programmes team.
- Member of GC’s Management team, with shared responsibility for overall organisational success.
Essential Skills & Experience:
- Able to think strategically, and operationalise strategic plans
- Able to manage and oversee diverse programmes of activities, including creation of appropriate planning, reporting and monitoring processes.
- Experience of building relationships, and working in close partnerships with other organisations to leverage impact, increase delivery and raise funds.
- Experience of communications, outreach and advocacy, achieving impact by influencing and enabling other organisations.
- Able to build, develop and manage diverse & high performing teams. Management within a matrix organisation; able to inspire teams to collaborate on complex projects.
- Communication skills, across the organisation and with donors and stakeholders at the highest level.
- Knowledge of project management frameworks, and best practice in monitoring, evaluation and learning.
- Experience in developing, managing and leading programmes within an NGO setting
- Experience working on global projects and with people from different backgrounds and cultures.
- Experience in several of the following areas: forests and climate change, sustainability, international development, and achieving change in the private sector.
- Prepared to travel overseas.
Essential Behavioural Competencies:
- Coaching and mentoring approach.
- Builds positive relationships.
- Works collaboratively, creating buy-in through influence and persuasion.
- Able to challenge in a supportive way, helping others to learn
- Solutions/Action oriented; able to focus on results, not get distracted and to see work through to completion.
- Knowledge/Experience of working with the finance sector, especially on sustainability
>>>> How to apply
To apply for the position, please send an up-to date CV and covering letter
The covering letter should explain your motivation for the role, and how your skills and experience fit the person specification. (Please no more than 2 sides A4, mentioning where you first saw the role advertised).
The closing date for applications is Thursday 3rd October at 9am.
Interviews are provisionally planned for Thursday 10th October 2019 in Oxford.
If you have any questions about the position, then please contact Zuzka Majcova at Global Canopy. Contact details are availble in the recruitment pack, and on our website.
Applicant data will be managed in accordance with the policy which can be found on Global Canopy’s website
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
This exciting new role will assist in shaping new processes and procedures for CEH which are currently managed by a shared business service. You will be responsible for ensuring these new processes are cost effective, while ensuring best practice and a robust control environment. New systems are being established and this role will be important in the set up and testing of these new processes.
Management of banking processes for payments and for ensuring that all cash is banked promptly.
Reviewing banking transactions daily
Ensuring bank accounts are reconciled on a timely basis in accordance with policy.
Supporting the finance community in delivering a high quality transactions processing service across the organisation, and providing timely responses to queries and high levels of customer service.
Assisting with treasury management including investing cash surpluses and forex issues.
Working closely with the Corporate Planning and Reporting Manager to produce accurate cash flow forecasting information.
Analysing bank charges and ensuring they are in line with the agreed tariff
Ensuring effective compliance and risk management on all financial processes
Preparing VAT returns
Assisting in developing policies and procedures.
Supporting the Workday implementation and system migration as required.
You will be able to demonstrate a commitment to promote and adhere to CEH values of Excellence, Integrity and Team work. Information on CEH’s values is available here.
You will hold a degree in a finance related subject or have the equivalent level of knowledge and proven ability. In addition, you will have gained at least 3 years’ professional development including skills and knowledge of areas such as cash and banking and VAT reporting.
You will have a solid understanding of general accounting principles, possess a ‘can do’ attitude, and have a proactive approach and ability to work well in a team.
You will be friendly and helpful and have a proven ability to support the organisation by providing an excellent cash and banking service to internal and external stakeholders.
You will have good attention to detail and a professional approach, able to liaise with the bank to resolve queries. You will contribute ideas for making improvements to processes and procedures.
With proven oral and written communication skills, including advanced Excel and Word skills, you will be able to work collaboratively with the rest of the finance team.
You will be highly organised and confident and able to manage your time effectively. Project management skills at a foundation level would be an advantage.
Some knowledge and understanding of Workday would be a distinct advantage.
How to Apply
To apply, please submit a cover letting detailing why you are interested in the role and how you meet the essential criteria, along with your CV.
The closing date for applications is 31st August 2019
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
About Our Client
The Royal Ballet School are a world leading centre of classical ballet training and has consistently produced internationally renowned dancers and choreographers. Admission to the school is based on talent and potential alone, regardless of academic ability or personal circumstances, with a means tested entry and applications for student places from all over the world.
The Royal Ballet School is currently looking for a Finance Manager to report directly into the Chief Operating Officer, to take day-to-day responsibility for all aspects of the schools finances. You will work across the organisation, liaising regularly with senior stakeholders and managing a team of 3 to deliver all financial reporting, transactional accounting and regulatory compliance.
- Prepare monthly management accounts and budget-holder reports on a timely basis and report on these identifying and explaining any significant trends or variances
- Draft annual financial statements and supporting papers in line with the Charities SORP, FRS102, Companies Act and all other relevant reporting requirements
- Prepare the year-end file for the auditors and oversee the annual audit
- Maintain, document and develop effective and robust financial controls for the organisation
- Work with the Chief Operating Officer on general strategic organisational development, service and business planning
- Work with budget holders to prepare the annual budget for approval by the Board of Governors and Department for Education
- Liaise with the Endowment Fund's investment fund managers regarding the investment of new funds and reporting of financial performance for internal and statutory purposes
- Manage a finance team of 3
- Oversight of the sales and purchase ledger functions and all other transactional accounting, including reconciliations, journal postings, processing and credit control.
- Review and oversight of all grants, donations and bursaries for the organisation.
- Coordinate the smooth operation of the monthly payroll and ensure that all relevant requirements relating to PAYE, etc. are complied with
The Successful Applicant
You will be a fully qualified accountant (ACA, CIMA or ACCA) that has strong financial management experience that can be evidenced through experience. You will have an excellent attitude and approach to work, with examples of using initiative or problem solving in current or previous roles. The ability to manage and drive performance across the finance function whilst working to tight timeframes is absolutely essential, as is working closely and communicating effectively with non-finance stakeholders at all levels (including parents of students) on a regular basis.
What's on Offer
- Salary - £55,000 to £60,000
- 30 Days Annual Leave
- 35 Hour Week
- Excellent Pension
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff to share this commitment. The successful candidates will be required to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring check and further pre-employment checks to comply with boarding school recruitment regulations.
All applications will be reviewed by Joe Harris at Michael Page
Ref Code: MPCY14044351Z
Job Title: Chief Operating Officer
Hours: Full time / permanent
Location: Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire
Arrhythmia Alliance is a coalition of charities, patient groups, patients, carers, medical groups and allied professionals, working together to improve the diagnosis, treatment and quality of life for those affected by arrhythmias.
They are now seeking to appoint an exceptional Chief Operating Officer (COO) who will be an energetic and inspiring individual in this new role. The COO role will support the CEO at executive level and will be responsible for shaping, implementing and strengthening the organisation’s processes and infrastructure.
You will have responsibility to enhance the financial requirements of the charity and develop the commercial strategy, being able to demonstrate:
- Ability to encourage an entrepreneurial spirit in the organisation’s approach to its business and operations
- Ability to identify and secure new funding sources across diverse income streams
- Excellent communication and relationship building skills across internal and external audiences
- Executive level experience with an understanding of business functions such as HR, Finance, Risk Management, Health and Safety
- Track record of delivering increased financial performance
- Executive leadership skills within an organisation of similar scale and complexity
For this exciting role, the successful candidate will be a skilled decision maker, able to lead and execute a clear strategy for future growth and sustainability. Your skills will include being able to communicate fluently to different audiences, influencing and informing as required, whilst motivating teamwork, collaboration and productive working relationships.
This is a fantastic opportunity for the right person. To apply please submit your CV and supporting statement quoting our reference JO1644.
For any further information, please contact Jenny Warner.
Closing date for applications: 1 October 2019
First interview date: 21/22 October 2019 – TBC (in Winchester)
Assessment day: 4 November 2019 (in Oxfordshire)
Prospectus is delighted to be partnering with Oxfordshire Community Foundation to recruit a Chief Operating Officer, to be based at their offices in Oxford.
Oxfordshire Community Foundation (OCF) is an independent charity that will be celebrating 25 years in 2020, harnessing the power of community by bringing together people with the passion, resources and expertise to tackle the most pressing social problems facing the county. Their vision for Oxfordshire is a kinder place, with a greater sense of community, a place where people feel more connected to those around them. A place where everyone understands that no-one has to sleep rough on the streets; that everyone has a place to call home; where every child has the opportunity to aspire and to thrive; where no-one, young or old, has to experience loneliness or to deal with their problems in isolation.
Drawing extensively on best practice, both in the UK and internationally the trustees and CEO have concluded that their vision can only be realised if OCF significantly scales up its investment in systems, processes and people, at the same time as deepening and extending the ambition and relevance of its work.
Following a review of their strategy, the organisation is now focusing resources on fewer, larger and more complex programmes, as well as improving their measurement of impact. This is requiring the CEO to prioritise significantly more of her time on fund development and wider stakeholder engagement thus creating an opportunity for a new senior position responsible for managing the full range of the organisation's internal activities, in particular, programme resourcing, distribution of funds and team well-being.
With experience scaling up an organisation as part of an executive management team, the new Director will have the skills, sensitivity, and personal confidence to both lead and build on the capabilities of a committed, bright, diverse and effective team. Managing the full range of the organisation's internal activities, in particular, distribution of funds and finance functions, the role holder must be a leader who is able to help others at OCF deliver measurable, cost-effective results, to control costs and manage budgets, and to ensure the timing and scheduling of OCF Strategic Programmes are well resourced and planned.
Experience and attributes to include:
- Strong understanding of finance, systems, and HR and broad experience of the full range of business functions
- A professional accountancy qualification
- Significant experience of scaling up an organisation and managing that change within a budget
- Proven track record of achieving and exceeding goals
- Strategic vision with the ability to anticipate future consequences and trends
- Strong leadership skills with the ability to develop a talented workforce as well as the processes that ensure the organisation runs smoothly
- A belief in the core values of OCF and a drive to lead social change
To read more about this exciting opportunity, please see the full Job Spec on the Prospectus Website.
To apply, please upload your CV in Word format and include a supporting statement as part of your application, addressing your experience in relation to the key points on the person specification, which should be no longer than 2 sides of A4.
A Prospectus consultant will review and assess all submitted applications. As part of the selection process candidates may be invited to meet with a consultant at our offices.
If shortlisted by Prospectus and selected for interview with OCF, interviews are planned to take place on the dates below:
Panel Interviews (1st stage): 29th October in Oxford
Panel Interviews (2nd stage): 8th November in Oxford
At Daybreak Oxford, we strive to help people live well with their dementia.
We are seeking a Director to drive forward and develop Daybreak. We want to deliver our very special services to even more people and provide support to all those who need us in Oxfordshire. You will lead and inspire our fundraising, finance and operations teams to rise to the challenge ahead. The number of people in Oxfordshire who are living with a dementia is rising. We believe that Daybreak has a key role to play in helping people to maintain a good quality of life and in supporting carers when they need it most.
We need a Director who can lead, motivate and engage the wider community but is also happy getting stuck into the detail of the day-day. You will work closely with the board of trustees to develop a long-term strategy, budget and business plan that will deliver a service that meets the needs of the charity and its members and will have the support and authority to maximise the potential of Daybreak.
You will need a good understanding of the fundraising landscape and be comfortable raising money for vital services. You will be responsible for developing a fundraising plan and leading the fundraising team to deliver on this, so we can deliver and expand our service.
The successful applicant will be able to demonstrate excellent leadership and advocacy skills. We are looking for someone who is a great communicator and who can motivate and support our staff who work in a very demanding environment.
Please note the post is for 21 hours per week
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Post Title: Trust Fundraising Manager
Reports to: Head of Operations
Salary: £28,000 - £30,000 per annum pro rata
Location: Aylesbury (office based with flexibility to work from home on
occasion e.g. writing major applications)
Hours of Work: Part-Time 22.5 hours per week (flexible over 3-5 days)
Holidays: 25 days p.a. pro rata plus bank holidays and 2 additional wellbeing days pro rata
Probation: 6 months
ABOUT BUCKINGHAMSHIRE MIND
Buckinghamshire Mind was founded in 1914 as Buckinghamshire Association for Mental Health. The charity is independent and responsible for its own governance and income generation. We are proud to be affiliated to national Mind (the leading mental health charity in England and Wales) and to play our part in a diverse network of over 140 other local Mind associations.
Buckinghamshire Mind shares National Mind’s vision: “We won’t give up until everyone experiencing a mental health problem gets both support and respect.” It remains our mission to deliver high quality community-based services across Buckinghamshire and East Berkshire to reach out and ensure everyone with a mental health problem gets access to the help they need.
Working from offices in Aylesbury, Chesham and High Wycombe we provide high quality services to some of the most isolated and vulnerable members of society. Services include: wellbeing activity groups and peer support, older adults' dementia support, Safe Haven crisis service, befriending, community partnership outreach services, peer support in schools’ projects, employment support and counselling.
Buckinghamshire Mind has over 500 volunteers (including 400 peer ambassadors/mentors in schools and over 100 in befriending partnerships). These dedicated individuals support our passionate staff team alongside an active service user council, who all ensure our services are tailored to need and are of the highest quality.
Purpose of the Role
This is an exciting time of growth and distinction for our Charity. We delivered our 2016-2019 strategic goals boldly and ahead of schedule and are currently pulling together a new strategic blueprint for the future. This role is being created to support our vision for our strategic ambitions.
We are looking to expand and diversify funding sources across all income streams. We have been growing income from trusts and foundations over the past 4 years and now we have a number of regular supporters and are looking to nurture these relationships alongside building relationships with new supporters. To do this we are seeking to recruit a dynamic Trust Fundraiser to join our growing and flourishing Charity.
The postholder will support the Head of Operations in the delivery of the Trusts and Foundations fundraising strategy with the aim of diversifying income streams and ensuring the sustainability of Buckinghamshire Mind. You will contribute to our fundraising income by identifying and maximising on opportunities for generating income from trusts and foundations.
This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced Trust Fundraiser. You will require a positive can-do attitude with the ability to deliver excellent quality of work under time pressure.
We are happy to consider flexible working hours for the right candidate.
- 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays and 2 wellbeing days pro rata
- Training and development opportunities
- Sodexo employee benefits - access to a portal with discounts on supermarket shops, holidays, high-street shops, days out, cinema and gym membership
- Cycle to work scheme
- Employee Assistance Programme – free professional confidential counselling
- Childcare vouchers
- Annual leave purchase scheme
- Flu vaccinations
- Free eye tests
- Pension: Auto Enrolment (currently 3% employee contribution, 3% employer contribution
Tasks will vary from week-to-week depending on priorities, but regular tasks will include:
- Research and identify trusts and foundations whose interests align closely with Buckinghamshire Mind’s vision to maximise long term support for our services.
- Be familiar with Buckinghamshire Mind’s projects and services and identify those which will attract significant support from identified Trusts and Foundations.
- Nurture internal and external stakeholder relationships to identify connections and interests that may lead to funding opportunities.
- Work with our Service User Council to understand the need for, and impact of, our services. Ensure high levels of meaningful service user involvement are an integral component of applications for funding.
- Prepare and submit compelling applications and budgets for funding.
- Work closely with the Finance Manager to ensure appropriate budgets are prepared for applications.
- Manage and nurture relationships with trusts and foundations, to maximise long term support.
- Coordinate meetings with funders (on occasion represent Buckinghamshire Mind; briefing other attendees where appropriate) and attend networking meetings as agreed with the Head of Operations.
- Work closely with the Fundraising and Communications Officer to ensure grants are acknowledged in accordance with funder requirements.
- Work collaboratively with the Operational Team Leads to ensure grants are spent in accordance with funders’ wishes and appropriate feedback is recorded and reported.
- Meet the reporting requirements of successful applications.
- Support the Fundraising and Communications Officer with applications to companies and community groups as required.
- Support the Head of Operations in responding to larger tendering opportunities.
- Work collaboratively with the Fundraising and Communications Officer; sharing knowledge and skills to benefit the wider organisation.
- Notify the Finance Manger promptly of outcomes of applications and ensure that all relevant funding financial information is communicated and processed appropriately.
- Maintain an accurate record of all grants received, bids made and prospective charitable trusts.
- Assist the Head of Operations to produce quarterly trust and foundations activity reports for the board and monthly reports for SMT meetings.
- Provide regular updates to the Head of Operations.
- Undertake such duties not included in the job description as are reasonably requested by the Head of Operations.
- This role may involve out of hours working and a willingness to work flexibly is required.
Candidates are required to meet all the essential conditions and requirements listed (E) and the majority of the desired requirements (D). Please refer to these requirements in your supporting statement as they will be used to help select candidates for interview.
Qualifications and experience
- Proven ability to research funding opportunities from trust and foundations (E)
- 2 years relevant experience (E)
- Proven ability to write creative and compelling cases for support and applications for funding (E)
- Relevant qualifications or training in trust fundraising (D)
- Have a comprehensive understanding of the current and emerging requirements for fundraising from trusts and foundations (D)
- Articulate, with strong written and verbal communication skills (E)
- Excellent organisation, prioritisation and time management skills (E)
- Experience in using a CRM system (D)
- Competent in Microsoft applications and IT literate (E)
- Able to work to challenging targets and tight deadlines (E)
- Creative, flexible, adaptable and imaginative (D)
- Knowledge of and empathy for the issues facing people with mental health problems (E)
- Knowledge of the trusts and foundations that support mental health causes (D)
- Excellent communication skills and able to communicate effectively to a variety of audiences (E)
- Commitment to service user involvement (E)
- Committed to eliminating discrimination and stigma (E)
- Strives to create equal opportunities for all people (E)
- Positively supports the aims and work of Buckinghamshire Mind (E)
- Commitment to working within the policies of Buckinghamshire Mind including equal opportunities and confidentiality (E)
- Positive attitude, passionate about working for Buckinghamshire Mind (E)
- Team player and able to form positive, professional relationships with staff at all levels (E)
- Creative approach in identifying appropriate opportunities to take Buckinghamshire Mind forward (D)
- Ability to work independently with minimum support (E)
- Has a full driving licence and use of own vehicle (work related mileage will be paid) (D)
VERY IMPORTANT: a comprehensive C.V. is essential, and applicants should also send a covering letter which includes a ‘Supporting Statement’ and must structure their statement by responding to each of the points listed in the Person Specification / Selection Criteria. Please let us know what skills and experience you have to match this criterion. The short-listing panel make their decisions based on this information and no assumptions about your skills or experience will be made.
Closing date for applications is: 5pm 25th September 2019
Head of Partnership Hub (0144)
Salary: £39,655 - £51,816
Oxfam is a global movement of people working together to end the injustice of poverty.
Are you committed to ensuring Oxfam delivers exceptional experiences for its supporters and partners?
Are you an empowering leader and people manager who can get the best from your team?
Do you have proven experience developing strategies and implementing processes that drive transformational change?
If the answer is yes, then would like to hear from you.
We are looking to recruit a Head of Partnership Hub to lead a team of fifteen across four agile and interconnected teams who deliver projects and strategies focused on transforming the experience of partnerships within Oxfam’s Philanthropy and Partnerships (P&P) division.
In this exciting and dynamic role, you will harness and develop a multi-functional team, ensuring the team feel supported, empowered and valued. You will evolve the vision and strategy, focused on ensuring the team drive forward the biggest areas of change for P&P as well as thoughtfully develop internal working practices and embed agile working.
You will also work across the organisation to build strong internal networks and relationships that enhance P&P’s strategy. You will performance manage Partnership Hub team members, coaching them to deliver excellence within their areas and providing ongoing regular feedback.
What we are looking for
As a Head of partnership hub, you will have experience in team management and people management with exceptional relationship and communication skills.
You will have knowledge and experience of working with high value partners and supporters with aptitude for implementing strategies and/or change projects. You will also have commitment to developing others and nurturing talent & willing to demonstrate Oxfam’s feminist leadership approach and apply a growth mindset.
This role will make a significant difference in Oxfam’s work within our Philanthropy and Partnership department:
- contribute to developing partnerships with high value supporters and organisations so we can deliver transformational change (income, influence and impact) in Oxfam’s programmes around the world.
- work with a group of motivated, caring and ambitious people that are specialists in their fundraising field
- have access to training and development tailored to your unique strengths and career aspirations
- offers fair pay and competitive benefits package.
Our values and commitment to safeguarding
Oxfam is committed to preventing any type of unwanted behaviour at work including sexual harassment, exploitation and abuse, lack of integrity and financial misconduct; and committed to promoting the welfare of children, young people, adults and beneficiaries with whom Oxfam GB engages. Oxfam expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment through our code of conduct. We place a high priority on ensuring that only those who share and demonstrate our values are recruited to work for us.
The post holder will undertake the appropriate level of training and is responsible for ensuring that they understand and work within the safeguarding policies of the organisation. All offers of employment will be subject to satisfactory references and appropriate screening checks, which can include criminal records and terrorism finance checks.
We are committed to ensuring diversity and gender equality within our organisation and encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply.
How to apply
As part of your online application, please upload your up to date CV and a covering letter explaining your suitability against the essential criteria in the job profile.
Oxfam is a global movement of people working together to end the injustice of poverty. That means we tackle the inequality that keeps people poor. Together we save, protect and rebuild lives. When disaster strikes, we help people build better lives for themselves, and for others. We take on issues like land rights, climate change and discrimination against women. And we won’t stop until every person on the planet can enjoy life free from poverty.
Oxfam GB is a member of international confederation of 19 organisations working together with partners and local communities in the areas of humanitarian, development and campaigning, in more than 90 countries.
To generate income by providing efficient, professional and proactive support to our local community in their fundraising e.g. support the local community in running their own ‘supporter events’ (coffee mornings, dances and balls, quiz nights); and to help develop and maintain relationships with individuals and groups in the community, for example local schools, colleges, service groups, clubs, pubs and religious establishments.
To work as part of the Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity Fundraising team, contributing to an effective, friendly and dedicated department.
To be a recognised FNHC fundraiser within the community.