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The icap Centre Manager carries out all core building and office management tasks to ensure that the clinical team can provide icap’s unique counselling and psychotherapy services.
Post Title: Centre Manager
Reporting to: Chief Executive
Key Relationships: Chief Executive and Clinical Director
Working Relationships: Clinical Administrator, Head of Fundraising & Events, and Centre Manager Birmingham
Purpose of Post: Lead responsibility for the day-to-day building management, supporting the clinical team, Head of Fundraising & Events, and the Centre Manager (Birmingham) as required.
Salary: £30,000 (pro-rata)
Hours: 21 to include either Wednesday or Thursday
Location: Finsbury Park, London, with occasional travel
• To be responsible for the effective day-to-day running of the office at Moray Road
• To be responsible for ensuring the organisation, staff and therapists operate in compliance with health & safety and fire policy and procedures
• To be responsible for maintaining a suppliers list and be their first point of contact
• To be responsible for financial management, liaising with colleagues as appropriate
• To be responsible for managing and maintaining administrative (electronic and paper) systems
• To support the Head of Fundraising & Events with administration and event management
• To support the CEO and Chair of Trustees with organisational governance.
• To be responsible for ensuring administrative cover at Moray Road, including providing onsite cover during the week
• To be responsible for ensuring that the fabric of the building is kept in good order, liaising with contractors, utility providers, the centre cleaner and others as required
• To be responsible for stationery, kitchen, and other supplies, ensuring best value for the organisation
• To be responsible for developing and complying with health & safety and fire policy and procedures.
HR, Staff and Volunteer management:
• To be responsible, in consultation with the CEO, for the development and compliance with HR policy and procedures
• To be responsible for the line management of the Clinical Administrator to include monthly supervision
• To be responsible for the organisation’s volunteer programme, including the recruitment, induction, and supervision of volunteers
• To attend weekly team meetings, management meetings and contribute to the overall management of the organisation.
• To be responsible for putting in place an effective clinical, administrative service at Moray Road
• To share responsibility with the Clinical Administrator to provide an onsite reception service, including taking phone messages for therapists and other staff and letting clients in/ out of the building
• To support and deputise for the Clinical Administrator liaising with clients as required and directed by the Clinical Manager.
• To be responsible for ensuring compliance with icap’s financial procedures
• To oversee the accurate recording and accounting of client contributions
• To be responsible for the appropriate use and reconciliation of petty cash for small local expenses
• To be responsible for the setup and management of systems for the recording and payment of all other direct income, such as room hire
• To be responsible for the setup and management systems for the collection of funds arising from events and donations to the charity
• To attend and assist the Head of Fundraising and Events with the management of funds raised at events
• To provide a point of contact for Accountability, who provide our bookkeeping and accountancy service, including liaison with icap’s bank
• To provide support and assistance with the annual audit.
Human Resources Management
• To work with the CEO to ensure compliance with HR procedures
• To be responsible in consultation with the CEO and/or Clinical Director for recruitment of staff and volunteers from advertisement to induction
• To be responsible for the register of therapist and supervisor accreditation documents liaising with the Clinical team as necessary
• To be responsible for ensuring icap HR records for the organisation are up to date.
• To be responsible for icap’s IT systems
• To act as the first point of contact for staff and therapists with IT queries and issues
• To act as the first point of contact for Johnson Technical who provide IT services, including monitoring contract compliance
• To be responsible for icap’s telephone system
• To act as the first point of contact for Solgari, who provide icap’s telecommunication services
• To be responsible for the purchase of IT hardware, software, telephones, and other equipment in line with organisational policies
• To share responsible for content management on the icap website, liaising with the Head of Fundraising & Events and the Clinical Administrator
• To be the first point of contact for Hooper and Kind, who provide website support.
• To work with the CEO to ensure that papers for Trustee and Sub-Committee meetings are sent out on time
• To attend and minute Board meetings and other governance meetings as directed by the CEO
• To support the Company Secretary in completing returns to comply with charity legislation.
• To carry out other tasks commensurate with the role as directed by the CEO.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Have you ever fancied working with the likes of Barclays, PwC, or the NHS – all in one week? Or be involved in putting on a pop concert for 10,000 teenagers at Wembley Arena? Are you passionate about social justice? Then read on….
At The Talent Foundry we are obsessed with helping young people discover what they are amazing at and we work with around 60,000 young people from across 1,600 secondary schools every year with this goal in mind. And we do this in partnership with some of the biggest names in UK plc.
We work only with schools that have the highest levels of socio-economic deprivation in their area, running employability programmes on behalf of major UK employers. On top of this, we host our showcase Rock Assembly event at the iconic Wembley Arena – a unique blend of careers fair and pop concert for the schools we work with. Everything we do is free of charge for schools and pupils.
All our team members are passionate about our work, socially-minded, dedicated, and great fun! We work in an inclusive and supportive environment, well supported by a prestigious Board.
Due to increasing demand for our programmes and significant expansion this year, we are looking to appoint two new programme managers. You will work on exciting programmes in partnership with our highly regarded corporate partners including Barclays, Network Rail, M&G, Dell, KPMG, PwC and the NHS.
You need the skills and experience to ensure our programmes are delivered on time and within budget. This will involve taking responsibility and ownership for the day-to-day management of programmes including preparing programme plans, school liaison, commissioning facilitators, working with volunteer mentors, budget management and ongoing monitoring, evaluation and reporting.
If you would like to work in a high-profile role that is a real game-changer when it comes to social justice, we would love to hear from you.
For more detailed information, please download the Job Description and Person Specification.
We are committed to embedding Equality and Diversity across all its work and believe that a diverse range of perspectives at all levels is essential for our legitimacy and effectiveness. We therefore strongly encourage applications from suitably experienced applicants from all walks of life who will continue to strengthen the diversity of our team. We would particularly welcome applications from ethnic minority candidates as they are underrepresented on our team at the present time.
If you would like to apply, please download and complete the application form, then return this via the Charity Jobs website together with a supporting statement detailing how you meet the requirements in the person specification.
We very much look forward to receiving your application.
The job holder’s responsibility for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of children and young person’s for whom they are responsible, or with whom they come into contact will be to adhere to and ensure compliance with the relevant Talent Foundry Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy and Procedures at all times. If in the course of carrying out the duties of the role, the job holder identifies any instance that a child is suffering or likely to suffer significant harm either at school or at home, they must report this in line with the Safeguarding policy.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Impetus is looking for a talented and ambitious fundraiser to join us in this exciting new role as Trust and Foundations Manager. The Trusts and Foundations Manager will join our dynamic, collaborative Impetus Philanthropy Team and have responsibility for developing and managing their own portfolio of Grant Making Trust and Foundation prospects and donors who support Impetus’s core work.
The Trusts and Foundations Manager will also make a significant contribution to writing proposals and reports for our existing partnerships to ensure we can deliver our mission: helping young people from disadvantaged backgrounds to succeed at school, work and in life.
In order to be successful in this role you will have; significant experience of generating income from UK Trusts and Foundations; excellent relationship management skills with the ability to work through the fundraising cycle with donors to initiate, renew and grow gifts; and a commitment to Impetus’ mission with the ability to grasp and interpret complex ideas, including the venture philanthropy model of Impetus and the private equity industry. Alongside this you will have excellent written and verbal communication skills including strong bid-writing and story-telling skills. You will also be a strong and organised, project manager competent with a range of IT applications.
- Manage a portfolio of Trust and Foundation prospects and donors at the £10k to £100k level, to develop and maintain strong and long-standing partnerships.
- Take primary responsibility for conducting and co-ordinating detailed prospect research on Trusts and Foundations that support our areas of work, liaising with Philanthropy Team colleagues on network mapping current supporters, and keeping abreast of newly established Trusts and Foundations that are keen to have impact at the heart of their work.
- Manage the cultivation plans and process for Trusts and Foundations in your portfolio.
- Responsible for creating presentation decks, writing proposals and reports to Trusts and Foundation in your portfolio and support the Development Directors and the Director of Philanthropy and Partnerships with these activities for major Trust and Foundation prospects and donors.
- Support the Development Directors and the Director of Philanthropy and Partnerships to build and maintain a pipeline of prospects and report on progress of current prospects through the fundraising cycle.
- Work with the Development Directors and the Director of Philanthropy to identify new grant funding opportunities and themes for Impetus.
- Work closely with the Head of Engagement to ensure the Philanthropy Team are delivering on time in line with renewal and reporting schedules and criteria across all Trusts and Foundations, including liaising with our charity partners to create report content.
- Work closely with the Head of Engagement to develop stewardship plans tailored to the needs of our Trusts and Foundations donors.
- Ensure all communications with external stakeholders are prompt, clear and well written.
- Ensure research, prospect and donor activity and reporting is accurately captured on our CRM system (Salesforce).
- Create and monitor processes and systems to deliver reports to the Senior Management Team and Philanthropy and Partnerships Committee.
- Stay abreast of good fundraising practice, ensuring compliance with relevant legislation and guidance.
- Support the Philanthropy and Events Team with the delivery of our major fundraising and challenge events as well as smaller cultivation and stewardship events and supporting ad-hoc activities of the Philanthropy Team when needed.
- Demonstrate professionalism and best practice in all duties, comply with the organisation’s policies and procedures and proactively support the wider team to deliver our mission effectively.
- Significant and demonstrable experience of generating income from UK Trusts and Foundations.
- Experience in the grant application and bid-writing process.
- The ability to work through the fundraising cycle with donors to initiate, renew and grow gifts.
- Experience in developing partnerships.
- Excellent research and prospecting skills.
- Strong experience and knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite Technology especially PowerPoint and, substantive experience in using Salesforce or a comparable CRM system.
- An organised, strong project manager with the ability to devise donor engagement plans as well as use and create project/account plans, budgets, and other financial information.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills with strong bid-writing and story-telling skills in particular.
- Able to grasp and interpret complex ideas, including the venture philanthropy model of Impetus and the private equity industry and convey these concepts to a range of audiences.
- Presence, credibility and ability to look beyond own area of expertise.
- The ability to work well under pressure and meet tight deadlines in a fast-paced environment while managing multiple projects and maintaining excellent attention to detail.
- A commitment to Impetus’ mission
- Committed to equality, diversity and inclusion.
- Knowledge of the sector – young people, education, employment
- Experience fundraising for grant makers, infrastructure organisations or other intermediaries
- Digital fundraising skills
- An ability to think innovatively
About the team
The Philanthropy team raises income for Impetus and for Impetus partner charities. The team consists of eight staff, expanding to eleven with the recruitment of three new hires to help us implement our new strategy. Impetus has an annual income of c.£7-8 million which we are looking to grow to £10 million within the next few years. The team is led by the Director of Philanthropy and Partnerships.
The Philanthropy team works with major donors, corporates and grant making trusts. We work collaboratively with colleagues across the organisation to ensure we make a compelling case to generate new financial commitments and wider support for our work. The team also deliver a high-quality engagement programme of volunteering and pro bono for Impetus’s corporate supporters and well as an ambitious events programme, including a gala dinner which raises over £1m annually.
Impetus is driven by a shared belief in tackling the barriers that hold back young people from disadvantaged backgrounds in education and employment. Alongside investing extensive financial and non-financial support in our charity partners through our Investment Team we also seek to influence decision makers to design and implement evidence led policy and direct new resources to get young people the support they need through our Public Affairs team. We are resolutely focused on outcomes, driven by quality evidence.
You would be joining a team that is passionate, rigorous, determined, creative and warm. We care deeply for our colleagues, our charity partners and the young people we serve.
Impetus transforms the lives of young people from disadvantaged backgrounds by ensuring they get the right support to succeed in school, in work and in life.
We find, fund and build the most promising charities working with these young people, providing core funding and working shoulder-to-shoulder with their leaders to help them become stronger organisations.
In partnership with other funders we help our charities expand and we influence policy and decision makers so that all young people get the support they need.
Impetus currently has 35 members of staff, supporting 20 charities with programmes across England, Wales and Scotland.
We are wholly orientated towards more and better outcomes for young people, invest in trust-based relationships to drive meaningful change, believe diversity of thought, background and experience makes us smarter as an organisation, are committed to the benefits of collaboration and partnership and try to practice joy, care, a focus on results and intellectual challenge in our culture.
We believe that a diverse workforce leads to an organisation that is more open, creative and gets better results. We want our team at Impetus to represent the diversity of the people and communities we serve. We also want our team to be one where different experiences, expertise and perspectives are valued, and where everyone is encouraged to grow and develop. We want to reach a diverse pool of candidates. We are happy to consider any reasonable adjustments that potential employees may need to in order to be successful. We recognise the importance of a good work/life balance. We do everything we can to accommodate flexible working, including working from home, working part-time job shares and other arrangements. Please just let us know in your application or at any stage throughout the process (and beyond) if these are options you’d like to explore.
We offer a wide range of benefits, including 28 days of annual leave, enhanced family friendly policies, pension and interest free travel loans. Our employees also have access to an employee assistance programme.
How to apply
Please send a comprehensive CV and supporting statement to us by 9am Friday 21 January 2022. The supporting statement should be no more than two sides of A4 and should address the criteria in the person specification.
In order to complete your application please also complete the equal opportunities monitoring form (link to form included in job brief).
You should also include the contact details of two referees, one of whom must be your current or most recent employer. Referees will only be approached with your express permission. You will also be required to provide proof of your eligibility to work in the UK. As part of our commitment to flexible working we will consider a range of options for the successful applicant. All options can be discussed at interview stage.
First round interviews will take place week commencing 31 January 2022
Second round interviews will take place week commencing 7 February 2022
Your personal data will be shared for the purposes of the recruitment exercise. This includes our HR team, interviewers (who may include other partners in the project and independent advisors), relevant team managers and our IT service provider if access to the data is necessary for performance of their roles. We do not share your data with other third parties, unless your application for employment is successful and we make you an offer of employment. We will then share your data with former employers to obtain references for you. We do not transfer your data outside the European Economic Area.
Impetus is an equal opportunity employer and is determined to ensure that no applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of gender, race, age, disability, religion, belief, sexual orientation, or marital status. We value diversity and welcome applications from people of all backgrounds.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Are you a professional Accountant and looking to get an experience in the international development sector?
Are you available for 4 month from mid-February to mid-June? The International Finance Team at Tearfund are a key part of the organization's vision to ending poverty - we provide high quality support to the International Group and HQ senior management including:
- financial planning and reporting
- financial control and audit management; and
- business process improvement.
We are looking to recruit a proactive and dedicated Senior International Accountant to support in coordinating Tearfund's annual year end process and statutory audit on behalf of International Finance.
You will be part of a dynamic and supportive team and will have the opportunity to develop in your career and add value to Tearfund's work and mission.
The successful candidate will have a strong academic background, a professional Accountancy Qualification and proven experience in external or internal audit. They will be adaptable, solution-focused and enjoy working across multi-disciplinary teams.
We are looking for a self-starter with great communication and analytical skills.
If you think your skills match the above we'd love to hear from you!
All applicants must be committed to Tearfund's Christian beliefs
The recruitment process will include specific checks related to safeguarding. 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.
About the role:
Goodman Masson are currently working with a prestigious education charity to recruit for a Finance Manager, who will manage the organisations internal financial reporting as well as providing value added advice and support to head office departments and the senior leadership team.
You will be a qualified accountant who is able to develop and improve internal reporting and processes as well as being a strong partner to the SLT.
Day to day duties:
- Prepare and monitor head office budgets
- Prepare monthly management accounts with detailed commentary and analysis
- Provide business and financial support to leadership team
- Work with budget holders to provide financial advice and prepare funding bids and business cases
- Lead on month end reviews
- Prepare year end papers and supporting schedules
- CCAB qualified and above
- Strong stakeholder management skills
- Experience across budgeting, planning and year end
Please apply ASAP to ensure your details are considered.
Responsible to: Head of Finance
Location: Flexible mix of home working and from The Old Vic, 103 The Cut, London, SE1 8NB
Hours: Full-Time - [40 hours per week, Monday-Friday]
The Old Vic offers the ability to work these flexibly under the guidelines in our New Ways of Working policy. Additional hours may be necessary in order to fulfil the requirements of the post
Salary: £30,000 - £33,000 per annum, dependent on experience
Direct reports: Finance Assistant
The purpose of the post is to lead the transactional finance service for The Old Vic Theatre group. The Transactions Manager will be responsible for the management of Accounts Payable (AP) and Accounts Receivable (AR) functions across the group. They will manage the payment of invoices in a cost effective and accurate basis. They will raise invoices on a timely basis and be responsible for credit control.
The successful candidate must have relevant experience within AP and AR, working in a fast-paced high-volume AP department at a senior level. Ability to review and update processes as well as the ability to reconcile complex accounts.
The Finance team is led by the Finance Director and also includes Head of Finance, Head of Financial Planning and Analysis, Management Accountant, Payroll Advisor, Payroll Assistant and Finance Assistant.
Areas of responsibility
The Transactions Manager will be responsible for:
- All AP & AR processes and prioritising workload
- Owning relationships with vendors and the daily banking relationship with HSBC.
- Maintaining relationships with departments to ensure invoices are raised and coded correctly and outstanding debtors are communicated.
- Monitoring AP and AR functions by volume, costs and relevant KPI and setting targets
- Developing, implementing, improving, and communicating policies and department controls to increase accuracy and efficiency.
- Ensuring any Supplier Statements are reconciled on a regular basis and working with suppliers to resolve discrepancies.
- Carrying out fortnightly payment run and providing information regarding future payment run requirements.
- Set up and verification of new suppliers; review and approval of any supplier bank account changes.
- Management of Intercompany AP & AR ledger and monthly resolution of differences.
- Responsible for month end reconciliation to ledger and reporting of aged creditor and debtor report to departments and the Head of Finance.
- Ownership of the purchase order workflow and training new users.
This is not an exhaustive list of duties and the Theatre's management may, at any time, allocate other tasks which are of a similar nature or level.
- Previous experience of processing financial transactions.
- Previous experience of using IT and accounting software.
- A flexible and proactive approach to problem solving.
- Excellent organisation skills with the ability to manage priorities and work to deadlines.
- Excellent attention to detail.
- Excellent communication skills.
- Ability to work on own initiative as well as being able to work collaboratively.
- Experience of training, developing and supporting a high performing team(s) who are able to respond effectively to the operational environment
- Strong background in a high-volume transactional finance role
- Excellent excel spreadsheet skills
- Experience in manipulating data
- Ability to quickly understand and follow complex systems and procedures
- Proven track record of building professional relationships with internal and external stakeholders
How to Apply
To apply, please visit our Careers page.
The Old Vic has made a commitment that all applicants with disabilities who meet the essential criteria for this job will be invited to interview.
All appointments are made subject to satisfactory references and proof of eligibility to work in the UK.
The recruitment process for this role will be one stage
- A virtual conversation.
- You will be asked to complete a work based skills assessment.
The closing date for this role is Sunday 30 January, 11:59pm. A virtual conversation is likely to take place w/c 7 February.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
A leading housing and property organisation, based in Central London, are currently looking to recruit a Financial Analyst into their busy team.
The Finance Analyst will be working for a Registered Provider of affordable housing across England, working with the largest house builders to deliver new housing for Shared Ownership (part buy, part rent) and low-cost rental homes.
The Finance Analyst's duties will include:
- Supporting the business partners providing analysis and insight.
- Preparation of accurate and timely audit schedules and statutory accounting notes.
- Prepare and post weekly, monthly and ad-hoc accounting journals, along with regular balance sheet reconciliations, ensuring each journal and reconciliation is accurate.
- Provide insightful and intelligent variance analysis for monthly PI pack with a commentary.
- Complete month end and year-end balance sheet reconciliations as required.
The successful Finance Analyst will be someone who has a strong attention to detail and has previously demonstrated experience within a similar role.
You will need to be a confident Excel user.
This is an ideal opportunity for somebody who has CCAB qualifications or is part qualified and is looking to develop their finance skills with the potential to grow and develop.
Ideally, previous experience working within Construction or a Housing Association.
An excellent salary £40,000 - £45,000 dependant on previous exposure, plus an excellent benefits package.
Head of Systems and Practice
Would you like to work for a social sector consultancy and recruitment provider, leading on our operations, systems and learning practice?
Hours: Part time, 3 days per week
Salary: £60,000 per annum (pro rata)
Location: Homebased though office space is available if required – there will be team days at office in London, Old St every fortnight
Eastside Primetimers’ mission is to help charities and social enterprises develop their capacity.
We provide consultancy support and advice across a wide range of areas, including strategy, governance, impact, evaluation, culture, diversity, digital, data protection, mergers and partnerships and income generation. We offer specialist interim, executive recruitment and search services to the not-for-profit sector. We are also committed to sharing our learning from our work and experience with the sector, either via our foundation or through publications, round-tables or events.
The aim of the role is twofold: firstly, to lead on the operations including all aspects of the way we manage our data and internal systems; and secondly to provide leadership in using these systems to collate and share knowledge/resources in order to add value to the offer that EP can provide to its clients and consultants and the impact it can achieve for the social sector.
This is a wide-ranging role, requiring an experienced, self-starting individual who can take both a strategic and oversight perspective, but who is also able to manage and carry-out more detailed operational tasks.
There are several areas of process and procedure which this role will oversee, namely:
- Client and project administration processes
- Invoicing and financial forecasting procedures
- Quality assurance including monitoring and impact systems
- Collective learning
Benefits of working with us
- There are a huge variety of organisations in the charity sector, and we work across all of them, so our work provides real diversity and interest
- We have strong social values and a genuine desire to do ‘good’ work for ‘good’ organisations
- We offer flexible working – for example, the 3 days can be worked as compressed hours across the week
Please download the job description for further information before you apply. To apply please send a CV and a covering letter that tells us how you meet the specification. The closing date for applications is Monday 7th Feb.
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. We are committed to equality, diversity and inclusion and warmly welcome applications from all suitably qualified candidates.
Management accountant role for a newly qualified accountant at a London University.
This University is well known and has won multiple awards for it's teaching as well as for the internal running of the organisation. They are growing and delivering on their objectives and the finance team is highly regarded across the university and the sector.
- Produce management accounts for business units, including detailed analysis
- Business partner key stakeholders to support decision making
- Contribute to the annual year end process
- Work on key projects across the organisation as financial lead
You will be a newly qualified accountant from accountancy practice (ACA, ICAEW, ICAS or similar) and have a strong understanding of technical finance, alongside dealing with key stakeholders at a senior level.
An interest in education or the not-for-profit sector would be extremely helpful.
Salary c£50,000 plus excellent benefits (35 days holiday and 20% pension)
Established in 1876, Mothers’ Union is a Christian organisation that has been supporting families for over 140 years. We have over 4 million members worldwide, 55,000 of whom in Britain and Ireland. As a Christian Charity, we aim to demonstrate faith in action through the transformation of communities worldwide. Our members work at grassroots level around the world bringing hope and practical support to at least a million people every year through our programmes and as part of the volunteer base of local churches.
Job Purpose and Objectives
- To lead on innovative fundraising campaigns and exciting new fundraising product development across the Mothers' Union movement.
- To support and develop defined supporter journeys that enhance and grow relationships.
- To secure new corporate relationships to develop a corporate portfolio with a view to long-term corporate support, supported by the Head of Fundraising, Communications and Membership.
Individual Fundraising (80%):
- Co-ordinate all Appeals to achieve annual targets and KPIs.
- Managing an expenditure budget of £100k to deliver agreed income targets.
- Line manage the Fundraising Officer and the development of donor relationships.
- Supplier and agency management; maintain efficient and good relationships with partner agencies to ensure maximum value for Mothers’ Union.
- Negotiate contracts with agencies to maximise value for Mothers’ Union.
- Report on campaign performance on a monthly basis and to continuously monitor performance against agreed financial and non-financial KPIs.
- Responsible for ensuring Mothers’ Union’s direct marketing activity is in line with compliance and best practice as per ICO, IOF and the Fundraising Regulator.
- Responsible for monitoring agency compliance; to ensure that our internal controls for monitoring agency compliance are adhered to in order to ensure donor satisfaction and to mitigate against reputational and financial risk to the Charity.
- Responsible for delivery of new fundraising products for appeals
- Sustain the development of our Legacy Programme for members and supporters across the UK.
- Undertake Prospect research for potential corporate partnerships that would link into existing Mothers’ Union appeals, campaigns and events.
- Develop and deliver creative pitches to secure corporate support against KPI’s and targets.
- Account manage, report to and steward all corporate partnerships meeting agreed income targets and track and sharing updates on process on a monthly basis.
- Develop a range of approaches, products and materials that support corporate fundraising activity.
Skills, Knowledge & Experience
- Experience of project managing fundraising or marketing campaigns through a wide range of media, within a Charity, agency or commercial environment.
- Thorough understanding of how fundraising techniques can be used to recruit and retain supporters (individual/corporate) in order to maximize their lifetime value.
- A track record of effective income generation from individuals and Corporates
- Excellent creative writing skills with a proven ability to write promotional materials, including fundraising copy and correspondence to organisations and individuals at all levels.
- Attention to detail and ability to conduct work accurately and consistently in keeping with high professional standards.
- Effective interpersonal skills - ability to engage with a wide range of people both through written and verbal communication.
- Experience of managing staff.
- High level of computer literacy including experience of using website content management systems and a good understanding of databases and their use in marketing effectively to donors and members.
- Excellent user of MS Office particularly using Excel for data analysis.
- Excellent administrative and project management skills – an ability to effectively manage workload and meet set deadlines.
- Excellent negotiation skills and ability to confidently liaise with people.
- Highly numerate with experience of maintaining budget reporting systems and reporting on targets set.
- A willingness to work outside of office hours and to undertake work outside of office hours that may mean working at various venues around the UK & Ireland that may require an overnight stay.
- An organised and flexible approach to work, able to work within a changing organisation and respond quickly to changes and/or information as requested.
- An understanding of the core values of Mothers’ Union and passion for our work.
- Educated to A’ level or equivalent or possess a higher degree.
- A recognised qualification in Fundraising or Marketing would be highly advantageous.
- The responsibilities in this post may be adapted or changed in line with the needs of Mothers’ Union. Other duties may be added or requested as a result.
- The responsibilities outlined are not an exhaustive list of tasks and the post holder may be asked to undertake other reasonable duties in connection with the work of the team.
- The responsibilities in this post will require the post holder to work within a team and cross functionally with other teams to achieve the objectives.
- A broad sympathy with the Christian faith.
This role is primarily based at our head office in Central London. Mothers’ Union is currently operating a hybrid working pattern (during times when working from home rules are relaxed) where staff are required to work a minimum two days from office. However, there will be occasions where staff will need to work from office for more than the 2 day minimum due to operational requirements at certain times.
How to Apply
If you are interested in this position, please apply by sending your CV and a Cover Letter via CharityJob.
The Cover Letter should clearly outline how your skills match the main responsibilities of the role.
The closing date for applications is 25th January 2022. Due to the number of applications we receive, we may not be able to individually respond to each applicant. If we do not get in touch with you within 4 weeks from the application deadline, then unfortunately you have not been shortlisted for this position.
Mothers’ Union is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to create an inclusive environment for all employees.
Our close partner is providing financial services guidance to a number of large institutions around the world, the International Development team works closely with global clients – such as UNICEF, The World Bank and the Gates Foundation – particularly those involved in international development, grant-making and grant-funded programmes.
The Assistant Project Coordinator has to assist in providing project coordination for the full life cycle of any assignment offered to our clients; from the proposal process, contract management with the client, assignment planning, through to assisting with the report writing, and ultimately billing the client. A working knowledge of French is required alongside fluent English.
The Assistant Project Coordinator is allocated specific clients and works closely with the respective Project Coordinators and Project Managers.
- Assist with proposal and tender submission, including preparing project budgets and schedules, liaising with prospective staff and ensuring all proposals are submitted within the respective deadlines
- Monitor and track project progress and on our ‘Control Schedule’ to ensure all stakeholders are kept up to date with any project developments
- ·Monitor internal staff working hours & expenses incurred, to ensure project budgets are adhered to
- Check and process external suppliers’ invoices, making sure all days worked and expenses incurred are within the agreed budget, liaising with finance as and when issues arise
- Assist in client billing, ensuring that all bills issued are as per the contractual terms between the firm and the client, that all costs are accounted for, and that bills are paid by the client in a timely manner
- Create and maintain comprehensive project documentation for future use, ensuring that all projects are properly logged and can be used in future proposals/tenders
- General: translate documents, maintain filing system of documentation by client and by assignment, archive files when necessary
- Degree educated
- Fluent English in both verbal and written with excellent communication skills
- Good working knowledge of French required
- Competent using MS Office
- Strong organisational and time management skills with ability to prioritise and multi-task
- Able to meet deadlines
- Good numeracy skills
- Able to work under pressure with accuracy and focus
- Good eye for detail and the ability to follow through tasks
- Able to be a self-starter and work on own initiative
- Able to demonstrate problem solving skills
- Comfortable within a changing and developing environment
We are seeking a highly motivated individual with a creative and entrepreneurial spirit and a collaborative approach who is able to bring expertise and experience to help shape and influence this key position.
The Director of Finance and Administration will work closely with the Executive Director and the members of the Senior Leadership Team and play a lead role in Financial Strategy, Planning, Policy, Operations, Compliance and Governance. You will be highly organised, resourceful, and a creative problem-solver with excellent written and verbal communication.
This is an exciting time to be joining this creative and adventurous organisation as it focuses in new directions post pandemic. This role is the perfect opportunity for an enterprising and ambitious individual with strong administration skills and financial acumen who is interested in working with a world renowned organisation to help shape its future direction.
The deadline for receipt of applications and CV’s is Sunday 6 February 2022 at 6pm. Interviews will take place at the Studio the week of the 7 February 2022.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Job Title: Marketing and Communications Manager
Team: Growth and Partnerships
Hours: 5 days (37.5 hours) per week with flexible arrangements considered
Location: GoodGym supports remote working. Currently we have an office space in London for staff to use if they wish. All staff have the choice of working remotely, using the office space or a hybrid of both. If you live outside of London, we cannot provide an office space.
Report to: Head of Growth and Partnerships
Starting salary: £33,762 - £37,513
Application Closing Date: 9am, Monday 7th February 2022 Interview date: Monday 14th February 2022
At GoodGym you get to do work that really matters, we are a positive solution to some of the UK’s biggest social issues. GoodGym members combine their exercise with doing important tasks for older people and community organisations. We have won multiple awards and are supported by the London Marathon, National Lottery and leading running brand Saucony. GoodGym aims to be one of the largest fitness communities in the UK, we want to make doing good by getting fit a mainstream movement. You’ll be joining an organisation that makes a positive difference every day. We’re an inclusive team, we aim to make sure everybody can be themselves at work.
Some videos about our work:
Guardian video | Team London Video | New Balance advert | ITV coverage
Position overview GoodGym is looking for a talented and driven Marketing and Communications Manager to drive our expansion across the UK. You will be joining our growing team to build a nationally recognised brand. In doing so, you will help achieve our mission of getting the UK more active and reducing isolation and loneliness amongst older people at the same time.
Using your communications expertise, digital marketing knowledge you will devise and execute a strategy to fulfil our mission of helping GoodGym grow to national prominence. This is an opportunity for an ambitious marketeer who wants to make a significant impact to grow an innovative fitness project into a national brand. You will develop and execute plans to engage tens of thousands of new members in GoodGym each year. You will manage a marketing budget and continue to extend and enhance our grassroots referrals.
National awareness and PR.
GoodGym has had extensive coverage on BBC radio, BBC television, ITV, the Financial Times, Wired, the Guardian and many other leading mainstream media channels. You will extend and continue this level of coverage, managing our publicity and PR to increase awareness of our work across the UK.
Local campaigns and targetting GoodGym is currently in 58 cities across the UK. In the future we hope to expand this. You will build a media kit that means each city can produce locally targeted media to help with member recruitment and new partners.
Comms channels management We have several scheduled communication channels with GoodGym members. You will lead the organisation of these. Part of this will be our own stories page on the website. You will be helping the community write their stories.
Member recruitment You will be responsible for increasing membership by promoting awareness of GoodGym as an easy, convenient and rewarding way of volunteering and getting fit.
Social media and social media advertising We currently use Twitter, Facebook and Instagram; you will be responsible for managing and producing content for these channels and targeting them appropriately to areas that need more participants.
Brand partnerships You will work closely with the business development team to make sure we are utilising our brand partners when it comes to marketing.
Budgets and strategy You will lead the marketing strategy and control the marketing budget to optimise our CPA.
- A marketing or communications role in a previous organisation
- Ability to create and execute targeted campaigns
- A track record of growing audiences and increasing signups
- Data-driven,analytical approach to marketing
- Experience of managing PR opportunities
- Experience managing social media accounts
- Excellent writing skills
- Ability to spot great stories and turn them into content quickly
- Ability to make connections and collaborate
- Self-motivated, driven, high energy and engaging
Why join us?
- Friendly and positive culture
- A growing team with real purpose
- Flexible working hours and location
- Regular talks from leading sector experts
- 25 days holiday + bank holidays
- £200 development budget
- Home working equipment budget
- Optional working groups on issues such as diversity and the environment
- Lots of team socials across the year
We are looking for the best people to help us provide support to millions of people affected by loneliness in the UK. We want our team to reflect the diversity of the communities we serve, offering equal opportunities to everyone, regardless of race, sex, gender identity, disability, age, nationality, religious or philosophical belief, age, sexual orientation, educational attainment, family status, trade union activity or any other factor. We see diversity as strength and want everyone to be able to be their whole selves at work.
We have a code of conduct in place, and are committed to creating a culture where everyone feels safe and respected.
We have a very exciting opportunity for a Housing Manager within our Housing Management Team. Main responsibilities managing Causeway Irish Housing Association's properties and the provision of a responsive housing management service to the Association’s tenants, this will include managing rent accounts, voids and the legal process. The postholder will also undertake administrative and financial duties related to the management of the properties. It is expected that the Housing Manager will contribute to policy and other developmental work.
You will need at least one year's experience of housing management as well as a knowledge and understanding of the issues affecting young people in London, a commitment to equal opportunities, and the ability to contribute to the development of the organisation.
We will conduct interviews as we receive applications and we may close before the closing date if we find the right candidate. Interviews will be carried out by Zoom, this may be followed up face to face interview.
Only successful applicants will be contacted and CVs will not be accepted.
Causeway Irish Housing Association operates a 4 day working week (32 hours) and we are a London Living Wage Employer.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
To be primarily responsible for their internal accounts management. This comprises day-to-day processing and administration of all aspects of the their financial affairs, including the preparation of draft accounts and budgets.
Large Not For Profit Organisation
- To maintain accurate records of all the financial transactions of the organisation and related entities in a form that is useful to management and complies with relevant legislation and guidelines
- To prepare monthly management accounts, Balance Sheet, Cash flow reports and other financial information as required for them.
- Maintain a logical and timely month end close process
- Prepare clear and logical month end journals and accurate accruals and prepayments
- At year end to prepare the draft annual statutory accounts and schedules for auditing and liaison with the auditors
- To maintain the chart of accounts
Payroll and Pensions
- To prepare and submit PAYE/NI returns and payments to HMRC in compliance with required formats and deadlines
- To be responsible for the day-to-day administration (in conjunction with the external bureau) of the Group Personal Pension Plan, including member enrolment, payroll and contract administration and liaison with the pension providers
VAT and Gift Aid
- To administer the Library's VAT effectively in compliance with relevant legislation and guidelines
- To administer regular claims for Gift Aid liaising with the Fundraising and Membership departments as necessary, in compliance with relevant legislation and guidelines
* Fully or Part qualified accountant (ACCA, ACMA)
Experience and Knowledge
* Demonstrable experience of maintaining accounting systems preferably Sage
* Demonstrable experience of payroll administration and HMRC procedures
* Experience of charity accounting and reporting in accordance with FRS 102 and the Charity SORP
* Experience of supervising staff
* Some knowledge of membership and fundraising databases
* Experience of preparing statutory accounts & schedules for auditors
* Familiarity with pension fund administration
* Familiarity with working in a customer-service environment
* Experience with CRM software
Skills and Abilities
Staff and team work
* Demonstrable ability to work effectively as part of a finance team, with a collaborative approach to achieving the team and organisational goals both face to face and remotely
Salary: Circa £38k