306 Grants and trusts officer jobs
Working with partners across Africa, Asia and the Middle East, Feba is all about the creative use of radio and other audio media to inspire people to follow Jesus Christ. We have a particular focus on ‘closed countries’ and ‘hard-to-reach’ people groups, including places where Christians face persecution for their faith.
We are expanding our small team and this role is a great opportunity for the right person to take the next step in their career, to lead and deliver a collaborative donor experience strategy aimed at deepening existing donor relationships and attracting new donors.
Key responsibilities include:
- Developing the trust and foundation strategy, including an effective pipeline to generate new income and multi-year grants.
- Developing strong and enduring relationships with current and potential major donors and family trust funds.
- Creating compelling, relevant and tailored funding proposals.
- Designing and developing a targeted contact strategy and bespoke cultivation plan.
- Lead the forecasting and management of income and expenditure budgets.
You will have:
- A clear demonstrable personal Christian faith and a commitment to Feba’s ministry.
- A successful track record of securing five or six figure grants from trusts and foundations, and/or similar experience in a major donor fundraising role.
- An excellent understanding of the major donor fundraising market and trends.
- Ability to negotiate and influence effectively with strong written and verbal skills.
- Great networking skills and familiar with the current landscape, approach and technique.
Salary: £32-35,000 per annum
Hours: 35 hours per week
Location: Hybrid working (office currently in Worthing)
Closing date: 9.00am on Monday 14th February 2022
First interviews: Week beginning 28th February 2022 (TBC)
For more information and application details, please visit the website:
All applicants must be wholeheartedly committed to the aims, ethos and values of Feba. Please note that this post is subject to an Occupational Requirement that the post holder is a committed evangelical Christian under Part 1 of Schedule 9 to the Equality Act 2010. All applicants must have the legal right to live and work in the UK.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
The Movements Trust
About the charity
The Movements Trust is a newly formed charity established to accelerate and amplify movements that are urgently calling for and creating systemic change in response to the interconnected social and environmental crisis. It aims to do so by:
Building a collaborate network of movement infrastructure and capacity building organisations
Surfacing and promote movements, their impacts, goals and methodologies
Developing the capabilities of movements to tackle social and environmental problems
Building effective networks of movements around specific moments
Providing grants to charitable activities tackling the interconnected social and environmental crisis
As a ‘start-up’ charity working in partnership with established stakeholders in the movement infrastructure and capacity building space The Movements Trust board and interim directors are focused on ensuring that the charity can play an integral role in the movement ecosystem in the UK, across Europe and globally.
Purpose of the Role
The Charity Director will lead and manage the charity, working with a high-degree of autonomy. They will shape the work of the charity and ensure it is delivered effectively. This is a broad and varied role, combining strategic planning and leadership with operational delivery.
Main Duties and Responsibilities
Further develop the strategic vision for the charity, in consultation with the Trustee Board, and deliver it effectively, including
Building the charity’s partnership network with relevant movement infrastructure and capacity building organisations
Holding the responsibility for charity’s theory of change and iterating in response to emerging opportunities and risks
Reporting to the Trustee Board.
Lead on income generation for the charity to meet financial targets, including
Sustaining and building upon existing relationships with funders and donors
Identifying potentially aligned funders that leverage the collective strength of the charity’s partnership network and building relationships
Identifying suitable fundraising opportunities and leading on applications and evaluation.
Managing the charity’s mixed income strategy, reviewing and setting pricing for core services
Manage the operational processes necessary for the effective delivery of the charity’s purpose and governance of the charity, including
Planning and managing a programme of activities that engage partner organisations in working collaboratively in target markets, issue areas and services
Delivering the charity’s core activities; fiscal sponsorship, regranting, and programme design; and iterating in alignment with the theory of change
Leading on marketing, outreach and engagement, including on social media
Updating and maintaining financial systems and records for use for budgetary purposes including invoicing, contractor/supplier expenditure and grant reporting.
Responsible for staff and volunteer recruitment, in conjunction with the Trustee Board
The Charity Director will need to be self-reliant, energetic, able to work on their own initiative and to prioritise activities. We are looking for someone who operates GMT +/- 3 hours.
The continued success of the charity will depend heavily on the organisational skills of the Charity Director and their ability to communicate effectively with all members of the community and work alongside colleagues, partners and Trustees.
Our ideal candidate will have the following experience and skills
Proven experience in or strong commitment to movement building, or the campaigning sector.
Proven ability to work independently and use initiative.
Highly organised and able to balance multiple priorities and manage time effectively.
Ability to think strategically and to communicate the strategic vision.
Good leadership skills and the ability to motivate and develop a small team to deliver results. Excellent communication and relationship management skills.
Able to work with people from a wide range of backgrounds.
Experience of income generation, ideally with proven success in fundraising.
Good understanding of venue management and health and safety in the workplace.
Experience of managing staff and/or volunteers.
Flexible attitude and willingness to develop in role.
Salary range £35,000-£50,000 full-time equivalent
To apply for the vacancy, please complete this form [https://forms.gle/HJLAtRaps9rxwaoy6].
Deadline for applications is midnight Friday January 28th.
Initial interviews will take place from January 31st.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We are looking for someone with fundraising and digital communications experience who is passionate about human rights and wants to make a real difference to women and birthing people’s experience of pregnancy and childbirth. Birthrights is a small but mighty charity, so you need to be both strategic and hands-on.
You will be joining the engagement team, leading on individual giving, community and events fundraising, including managing the support and stewardship of fundraisers, donors and other supporters.
You will build and manage a diverse supporter database that is compliant with GDPR and supports timely, tailored and meaningful communications, so that donors feel valued and understand the impact of their support.
You will also support the Engagement Director in delivering the engagement strategy, which includes the delivery of fundraising social media campaigns and engaging, personalised digital communications to motivate and inspire – and ultimately to increase income and retention. You will also support the Chief Executive with securing grants from Trust, Foundations, corporates and other partners.
You will also help deliver the wider engagement team by contributing to social media and supporting the participation strategy – so more women and birthing people know about our services and can shape our work.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
City Bridge Trust – Executive Assistant
£36,060 - £40,750 per annum inclusive
This is an exciting opportunity to join the team of the City of London Corporation’s charitable funder, City Bridge Trust (CBT), as an Executive Assistant.
CBT is a vibrant, innovative funder supporting charitable activity across London. Our vision is for London to be a city where everyone can thrive and we aim to reduce inequality and grow stronger, more resilient and thriving communities. This requires a talented team within CBT and we are proud to have great people working with us. Join our dynamic team, and you too can help create a London that works for everyone.
You will be working at the heart of the Corporation’s charitable funder, and we will look to you:
- To provide a high level efficient and effective Executive Assistant (EA) service to the leadership team to support the delivery of CBT’s Funding strategy.
- To facilitate good working relationships with Members, Chief Officers and Senior Managers within departments across the organisation, and with external stakeholders and other contacts of CBT and the City of London Corporation (‘the Corporation’), at a senior level.
- To coordinate and manage the planning and logistical arrangements for the delivery of events, including seminars, learning events and annual dinners in relation to charitable and philanthropic activities that achieve and support the strategic aims and key priorities of CBT and/or the Corporation.
- To undertake detailed research and analysis in support of work being undertaken by the Senior Leadership team to assist with the meeting of objectives and ensure there is appropriate preparation for meetings and working groups.
Closing date 12 noon on 21 January 2022.
To apply online, click on the Apply Button
The CBT team works flexibly and encourages applications on the basis of job share. One of our key priorities is to build a more inclusive team and we welcome applications from communities not currently well represented in the funding sector.
We are a registered charity dedicated to improving the quality of life for the people of Cambridgeshire. We awarded over £3.8m grants in 2020/21 but we need support to do more.
We work with many partners to:
- Actively inspire philanthropy & increase permanent resources for Cambridgeshire
- Invest in important community programmes through grants
- Provide leadership on critical community issues
Over the past 18 months we have taken a leading role in response to the Coronavirus pandemic. CCF created the Cambridgeshire Coronavirus Community Fund, which raised and dispersed over £1.3m to projects tackling the impacts of the pandemic.
And that's on top of our normal work. We are an accredited member of the UK Community Foundation Network and have been supporting Cambridgeshire and Peterborough since 2004.Our unique approach is based upon empowering communities to identify how to enact positive change from the ground up. Last year we awarded almost £3.8 million to support our local communities and address need across our county.
The postholder will develop promotional campaigns, content, press coverage, social media content, digital communications, and marketing resources, working closely with the CEO, HoP and Grants team. This will inspire greater support for CCF and its work through a targeted programme of supporter engagement, stakeholder communications and brand building.
This post is a new role and will build on a strengthening profile for CCF, with a focus on target segments of corporates, High Net Worth individual donors, trusts and community fundraising.
- A new role to develop and implement CCF’s marketing & communications strategy
- Develop effective communications and marketing activities to promote CCF and engage with a wide range of stakeholders and new donors
- Build on CCF’s current profile to significantly grow profile and reach a broader audience and supporters
- Support the CEO and HoP to develop a donor pipeline by researching new opportunities and markets including private donors, corporate, professional advisor firms
- Create impactful marketing campaigns and resources to enable reach to these targets
- Support the Grants & Operations Manager to continuously improve CCF’s donor communications and to demonstrate impact
- Lead on specific marketing, communication, and events projects as and when required
- Create and add content to, curate and manage CCF’s website (a new one is under development and will require content creation and updating) to ensure that it is impactful, up-to-date, relevant, informative, accessible and user friendly
- Create marketing resources and content to help grow income streams with current donors, new donors, and securing legacies from current and potential donors
- Maximise the impact of CCF’s work and develop its brand through the planning, development, and delivery of internal and external communications through channels including website, newsletters, digital marketing, social media, and publications
- Ensure CCF branding is impactful, effective and is reflected consistently in all formats of communication throughout CCF
- Prepare and disseminate press releases to promote CCF and funded projects
- Support the CEO in developing CCF’s fundraising resources and community fundraising campaigns in partnership with local media
- Create content and lead the strategic use of social media (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and others) and support colleagues in their use
- Support the Marketing & Communications Committee, HoP and colleagues in the creation of successful events, leading on promotion, organisation and marketing
- Work with the grants team to develop fund reports, case studies and e-bulletins which are targeted to potential grant applicants and other stakeholder groups
- Work with the Grants & Operations Manager to promote CCF’s impact through impact reports, case studies, local media interaction, partnerships, and social media
- Support colleagues in enabling their own communication activities with blogs, social media support, copy writing and design
- Lead on promotion of the Friends of CCF scheme to recruit new Friends
- Work in accordance with the values, policies, and procedures of CCF.
- Work withing CCF’s performance management approach including setting & reviewing progress against objectives, training and other personal development as required.
- Assist the CEO in maintaining a strong relationship with the Board of Trustees, attending relevant board and Committee meetings.
- Promote equal opportunities (in terms of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, disability, and other forms of discrimination) throughout all aspects of CCF’s work.
- The post will require occasional travel across Cambridgeshire and occasionally other UK locations.
- The post holder will need to be flexible and adaptable and undertake such duties as may be reasonably requested from time to time by the CEO.
- Undertake any other duties which may, from time to time, be necessary to further the work of CCF
Attitudes, values and personal qualities
- Commitment to the mission and values of CCF and its role in promoting effective philanthropy, providing a service for major donors, and improving the lives of people and communities in Cambridgeshire - tackling inequality and overcoming disadvantage
- Passion for charity marketing & communications to raise awareness with donors, the community, and stakeholders
- Positive, resilient, and supportive of others
- Commitment to the principles of equal opportunities and respecting diversity
- At least two years’ experience of a marketing or communications role, whether through employment or voluntary work.
- Experience of creating content for various channels including website, social media, and marketing materials
- Experience of copy writing and digital marketing
- Experience of website content managements systems, ideally WordPress
- Hands-on provision of marketing, communications, and PR activities
- Experience of organising and promoting events
- Experience of community fundraising and appeals
- Knowledge of voluntary and community sector
- Experience of marketing to the corporate sector, local government, or high net worth individuals
- Experience of design, development of brand reach and impact
Qualifications & skills
- Excellent interpersonal skills and personal integrity
- Excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills
- Excellent IT skills, including website development, CMS, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, customer relationship management systems and communications tools.
- Experience of using social media in a professional/organisational environment.
- Good lateral thinking skills and an ability to develop creative strategies to engage donors and prospective donors in our word
- Ability to carry out research and present timely and relevant information
- Ability to develop a new role, organise time and work priorities, self-motivated, self-administrating and using initiative
- Ability to develop effective working with the CEO, colleagues, and wider stakeholders
- Ability to work as a member of a team, including a shared responsibility for motivating self and others
- Prepared to work in a blended way of home working with a base in our office in Cambridge. Also, to be able to travel around Cambridgeshire as occasionally required.
- In order to access the office, which is on Marshall’s airport site, all staff must complete DBS and security checks in order to obtain a security pass.
We treat everyone equally.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Sense International has an exciting opportunity for an ambitious fundraiser to join our team as a Trust and Foundations Manager and help take our fundraising to the next level. This full time position will initially be homeworking, but will be based at our head office in King’s Cross, London, post pandemic.
Sense International’s Trusts and Foundations income has grown by over 200% in the last 2 years and this role continues to be integral to our success. Due to the proximity you will have to our projects and county teams you will witness first-hand how your work directly impacts the lives of children and young people with deafblindness.
As our Trusts and Foundations Manager you will develop and implement an effective Trusts and Foundations fundraising strategy for Sense International that supports income growth and ensures that we deepen our relationships with existing and proactively engage new Trusts and Foundations. Responsibilities will include:
Handling expenditure budgets and KPIs in line with strategy.
Identifying, researching and approaching new Trusts and Foundations whose strategic objectives and focus are aligned with that of Sense International.
Managing all communications between Sense International and Trusts and Foundations including donor reporting, thanking, and event invites.
Communicating Sense International’s vision and our work on the ground through well targeted proposals, pitches and reports.
Key skills and experience
In-depth experience and knowledge of trusts and foundations fundraising.
Experience in identifying and researching trusts and foundations that have the potential to support a specific cause.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills with the ability to communicate passionately and persuasively.
Strong IT skills, including the use of the full Microsoft Office suite and fundraising databases, ideally Raiser’s Edge.
About Sense International
Sense International is a global charity supporting people with deafblindness in Bangladesh, India, Kenya, Nepal, Tanzania, Peru, Romania and Uganda. We are one of the world’s leading international organisations working for people with deafblindness and their families.
Working at Sense International can be incredibly rewarding; we offer the opportunity to work in a diverse and successful charity where people can develop their skills, knowledge and careers in a supportive and flexible environment. In addition we have excellent training and development, the opportunity for you to join our Group Personal Pension scheme and a generous annual leave entitlement.
We have an exciting opportunity for you to become part of our small, but growing, successful
Trust and Foundations team.
As Trust and Foundations Executive, you will identify, build, and nurture a portfolio of new and
existing trusts and foundations; local and regional funders by writing exceptional proposals; and
developing and stewarding positive ongoing relationships.
You will be a highly organised self-starter, good at writing and coordinating information, with
attention to detail. Enthusiastic about your work, you will deliver against targets, helping to build
and maintain a strong pipeline of opportunities and help achieve our ambitious plans for growth.
With the ability to work independently and collaboratively with internal teams across Help for
Heroes, you will identify projects and areas of work that will resonate with trust and foundations
who will support wounded veterans and their families.
At Help for Heroes, we believe those who serve our country deserve support when they are
wounded. Every day, men and women have to leave their career in the Armed Forces as a result of
physical or psychological wounds; their lives changed forever. We help them, their families, and
those still serving, to recover and get on with their lives. Come and join our team!
Please note this role is homebased, with regular travel to London and the South East.
If this role sounds like a good fit for you, we would love to hear from you!
For more information, please visit our website and download the job description.
To apply for this role, please send your CV and supporting statement to say why you are the best person for the role and how you meet the job description
Trust & Foundation Manager
Salary: £28,474 - £33,650
Hours: 35 hours per week
Location: Cardiff/flexible location – hybrid working
St John Ambulance Cymru
We’ve supported people and communities across Wales since 1880. We existed before the NHS in Wales and provided the earliest medical support to those who were sick or injured.
Since March 2020, we’ve worked closely with Welsh Ambulance Service NHS Trust (WAST) and NHS Wales, increasing our capacity and developing new innovative ways of working to assist and relieve the overwhelming pressure on the frontline brought about by COVID-19.
We’ve helped by continuing to provide care and support to people when they’ve needed it most. This includes caring for people at Wales’ field hospitals, being there for people at vaccination centres and strengthening our Urgent Care Support within the ambulance service.
Now, in 2022, we continue performing a major role in strengthening community resilience and ensuring people are trained in first aid so they can be the difference between a life lost and a life saved.
We fulfil key front-line roles to support vulnerable people, in addition to offering the opportunity for people from all backgrounds to develop their personal skills and confidence to support our charitable and income generating services whilst assisting their own career development.
As a charity, we partner with the Welsh Ambulance Service NHS Trust and NHS Health Boards, providing ambulance support services in addition to delivering our Falls Response Service, helping people who’ve fallen at home, back to their feet.
We maintain our reputation as being the leading organisation to deliver first aid training to both commercial businesses and local-based communities including schools throughout Wales.
We also give support to the people of Wales through:
- Medical duties at events
- Community based divisions
- Falls Response Service
- Community First Responders (CFR)
Our focus is developing new, innovative services to help us achieve our mission of saving lives and enhancing the health and wellbeing of communities in Wales.
We’re undergoing an extensive and exciting programme of modernisation, forward thinking, encompassing a review of our existing services, financial and workforce models and we’re developing a rejuvenated culture aligned to our core vision and values to improve our overall people experience.
This is a hugely exciting time to join the Fundraising Department at St John Ambulance Cymru. Following substantial investment to grow the team, we are currently recruiting a number of new roles.
The Trust & Foundation Manager will play a pivotal role in transforming the income generated to achieve our mission to save lives and enhance the health and well-being of our Welsh communities.
The post-holder will have the opportunity to build and shape their area of fundraising and be a part of a new team with great ambitions.
So, if you’re an ambitious fundraiser, with enthusiasm to make a real difference, we would love to hear from you!
What you’ll need to be successful
To achieve the above, we’re looking for a talented, confident, and experienced Trust & Foundation Manager with a proven track record in meeting income targets within a defined timescale, including the ability to independently monitor progress against personal income targets, identifying challenges and solutions for timely communication to key stakeholders.
You’ll be passionate about continuous improvement, suggesting new and/or better ways of working which are supported by clear evidence. You’ll be fluent in articulating these ideas in a positive and supportive way, achieving buy-in at all levels.
What you’ll get in return
In return, you’ll have access to a range of benefits including, but not limited to:
- 31 days holiday (including bank holidays)
- Access to a Blue Light Card, providing various discounts at more than 15,000 retailers.
- Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)
- Access to Private Medical Care
- Home/flexible working
- Various training and development opportunities
Full time, Open ended
The closing date for applications is midnight on Sunday 30 January 2022
Interviews are expected to take place on Tuesday 15 February 2022
For the purposes of sponsorship, this is a role under SOC code 3543
The University of Stirling recognises that a diverse workforce benefits and enriches the work, learning and research experiences of the entire campus and greater community. We are committed to removing barriers and welcome applications from those who would contribute to further diversification of our staff and ensure that equality, diversity and inclusion is woven into the substance of the role. We strongly encourage applications from people from diverse backgrounds including gender, identity, race, age, class, and ethnicity.
The purpose of the post is to develop and implement the University’s individual giving programme and work with the wider team to enhance life-long relationships with alumni and supporters. The post-holder will generate philanthropic income from mid-level donors and (less than £5k) lower-level donors (from £10K and above) through mini telethons, direct marketing and social media/digital campaigns, including developing a crowdfunding programme, and community activities.
The Individual Giving Officer will create compelling donor journeys to inspire and steward alumni and supporters and motivate them to donate and, in doing so, support the wider fundraising goals by creating “positive noise stories” around fundraising. The main objective is to ensure individual donors feel looked after and valued and understand the impact of their support.
The post-holder will take forward our donor communications and work closely with the Alumni Team to ensure an integrated approach to fundraising communication among our alumni base. The successful candidate will provide a dedicated resource to coordinate the disbursal and recognition of funds from the Stirling Fund and the Vice-Chancellor’s Fund in the form of grants to student projects. In doing so, they will be the point of contact between the Advancement Team and the Student Union. The post-holder will report to the Advancement Operations Manager.
The successful candidate will be highly motivated with strong interpersonal, communication and team working skills, ideally within an international and/or HE context and the ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines.
Description of Duties
- Work to develop and implement the regular giving programme which includes coordination of all direct appeals within the agreed plan utilising telephone, mail, email and digital media
- Work with the Advancement Operations Manager to research and develop new fundraising approaches and opportunities to increase individual giving
- Organise and manage mini telethons (up to six weeks of calling per annum) including: recruiting and training student callers; drafting calling scripts, training materials, and fulfilment packs; running the telethon office; providing ongoing coaching for the student callers; and developing strong cases for support for the Stirling Fund and other causes to ensure future support from the alumni community
- Draft fundraising material for campaigns (letters, emails, crowdfunding collateral) and help to ensure fundraising messages are updated on the University’s alumni and supporter web pages
- Bring forward ideas, and implement approved recommendations, to make philanthropy more visible on campus
- Work with a Fundraising Manager to gain experience in face-to-face solicitations with donors at a level of up to £5k per annum
- Work with key internal stakeholders, suppliers and fundraising agencies as required
- Liaise with the Advancement Operations Manager to ensure the donors in the regular giving programme are thanked, stewarded and re-solicited appropriately
- Write, produce and disseminate donor newsletters and communication
- Assist with social media communications targeted to donors and alumni donors
- Work with the Advancement Operations Manager to analyse data and trends of giving and maintain accurate database records
- Liaise with the Web Team to ensure the fundraising pages remain engaging, dynamic and compelling
- Co-ordinate the disbursal of income raised through the Stirling Fund and the Vice-Chancellors Fund including: advertising the availability of the grants internally; co-ordinating the disbursal panel; organising the awards presentations; and developing case studies/articles which highlight the impact of donors’ support for use in future appeals and stewardship activities
Management and Reporting
- Provide regular reports and updates on the performance of appeals to the line-manager and Director for Internationalisation and Partnerships to pinpoint trends and highlight any issues arising, and make any recommendations to ensure the regular giving programme maintains its income:cost ratio
- Contribute to the development and implementation of donor-related policies, systems or processes
- Support the Executive Director in developing a strategic approach to delivering a professional service across the institution to ensure the implementation of the University’s internationalisation agenda
- Contribute to fostering a CAFÉ (creative, aspiring, flexible and engaging) culture within the Directorate
- Contribute to team efforts to engage creative approaches to deliver on shared goals on developing a culture of philanthropy on campus
- Collaborate with colleagues, facilitating information sharing and coordination across departments
- Attend and support University events
- Undertake other duties from time to time as required by the Executive Director or Director for Global Advancement
- Educated to degree level
- Experience of developing and implementing individual giving programmes or experience in a related field (sales, direct marketing or similar)
- Experience of working on marketing or communication campaigns across a range of media
- Good knowledge of the regulatory environment (GDPR and PECR, Gift Aid, PCI and fundraising legislation, direct marketing best practice)
- Track record of effective verbal and written communication with people from differing backgrounds, cultures and countries
- Excellent project management skills and the ability to prioritise workloads if working on a number of projects at the same time
- Excellent written and oral skills with a keen eye for accuracy and presentation
- A competent user of MS Office including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook
- Excellent team working, inter-personal and creative problem-solving skills, with a friendly and positive ‘can do’ attitude
- Ability to work under pressure to meet tight deadlines
- A willingness to work occasionally outside normal working hours as required
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
University Hospitals Birmingham Charity is one of the largest NHS Charities in the UK. We successfully launched our weekly lottery in September 2021 and are now looking for someone to join our team and help grow the weekly lottery, as well as develop our volunteering programme across our hospitals.
The Fundraising Officer – Lottery, volunteers and fundraising hubs will promote the Charity’s weekly lottery both within the hospitals and out in the wider community, with the aim of increasing and retaining the numbers of players in the lottery.
The post holder will work with the Charity’s volunteers, recruiting new volunteers and supporting existing ones, in particular with events, lottery promotion and staffing of the fundraising hubs across the hospitals.
The post holder will manage the weekly rotas across the fundraising hubs, ensuring they play a role in being the first point of contact with the Charity for many people.
This is a full time post in the Fundraising Team at University Hospitals Birmingham Charity (‘UHB Charity’), the official NHS Charity for the four hospitals of University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust - Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, Heartlands Hospital, Good Hope Hospital and Solihull Hospital.
UHB Charity is dedicated to improving the experience of patients, their families and the staff who care for them.
The Charity raises funds to support patients of the four hospitals by providing new and innovative equipment, funding research and supporting patient and family welfare projects.
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham in particular has a world class reputation, and specialises in cancer treatment, organ transplantations and trauma care. It is also home of the Royal Centre for Defence Medicine, where the UK’s military patients are treated.
Heartlands Hospital has a specialist neo-natal unit and very busy children’s and maternity units.
Good Hope Hospital and Solihull Hospital serve the towns of Sutton Coldfield and Solihull.
The post offers the opportunity for office working at any of our four hospital sites with the opportunity for some home working as suits the job holder and line manager.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
The Kids Network is looking for the next go getter to join our growing team to transform the lives of little Londoners.
About the role
Option for role to be full or part-time (3, 4 or 5 days per week)
£25k (full-time or pro rata)
This role would be home-based/remote however travel to London once a month may be required.
This is an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated professional to join our passionate and ambitious charity as we continue to grow. In a fast-paced environment, you will contribute to a more equal and fairer London and have significant scope to develop your knowledge of fundraising as well as your role.
The Development Officer is a new post, responsible for prospect research of new grant opportunities, maintaining a detailed and insightful record of all grant funding, writing bids, writing funding reports, collecting and sharing stories that amplify the voices of the children we support and supporting our Senior Development Manager to achieve our income targets.
Flexible working hours
Flexible working arrangements (mostly home working with London office option)
25 days annual leave entitlement (pro rata) and extra bonus day on your birthday
Great opportunities for progression
A friendly, fun-loving, passionate team, with plenty of animal and food-related chat
Responsible for completing small grants under £20,000
Track, monitor and ensure all produced to maintain strong positive relationships using our CRM system Salesforce
Lead on administration requests of funders
Support with the compilation of information and editing of large, multi-year funding bids
Write high quality reports for Trust and Foundation funders
Oversee the collection and writing of high-quality, compelling stories of our mentees and mentors which can be adapted for different audiences and platforms
Identify, research and cultivate prospective trust donors, to build a strong pipeline of high-value prospects that will have a significant positive impact on income over the current and financial years;
Support the Senior Development Manager with the scope and development of new income streams
Support the Income Generation team with administration, ensuring effective processes and GDPR practices are adhered to
Report to the Senior Development Manager with progress against KPIs
With trust and foundation income being our largest income stream, you will be an exceptional storyteller and problem solver, with the ability to write clearly and concisely, adhere to tight deadlines and take a methodical and systematic approach to your work. You will have a keen eye for detail and a passion for using your communication skills to effect change.
Important too will be the ability to learn new systems quickly and work well as part of a collaborative team.
An exceptional writer with a flair for storytelling
Demonstratable experience of successful bid writing
Highly organised, process driven with strong attention to detail
Exceptional proofreading and editing skills
Strong IT skills (CRM experience is a plus)
Creative, energetic, enthusiastic and proactive team player
To apply please upload your CV and a write short paragraph as to why you are right for this role.
The Kids Network is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful applicant will be required to apply for an enhanced DBS check.
About us and the role
We want to live in a world filled with wildlife and achieve this through pioneering community engagement and projects that work to Rewild Our Future. To us, rewilding needs to capture both the rewilding of people and nature, where we work to reconnect people to the natural world and to restore functional ecosystems through habitat restoration and species reintroductions.
We are looking for a dedicated person to lead on further expanding our income-generating offerings. The main ways we aim to do this is through corporate partnerships, memberships & donations, corporate and volunteer days out, consultancy work and by running events & conferences.
Our business initiatives all help raise revenues for us and in turn, form a vital component in creating stability for the organisation. Revenues raised through these activities are invested back into our work and projects on the ground to Rewild Our Future.
Who you are
This role is perfect for any self-starter interested in entrepreneurship, collaboration and creating purposeful partnerships, and someone who is enthusiastic about proactive action.
We are looking for someone with knowledge of how non-profits work and a love for storytelling, as this role will involve pitching Citizen Zoo to new prospects, local people and corporate partners. We are seeking a proactive, innovative and nature-loving individual with a passion for fundraising. You thrive by working independently, in an ever-changing environment that requires you to manage competing priorities amongst local, regional and organisational stakeholders.
You are results-driven and have strong relationship building skills. You have a sound understanding of fundraising and the confidence to lead on testing new ways to diversify our income, applying your experience and expertise to further our rewilding ambition. You are culturally curious and empathetic, and seek to learn from multiple local perspectives.
The Team & The Role
We’re a social enterprise with a dedicated and passionate team of rewilders, who mostly work from home. You will work as part of this remote team from home, from our future London office and within our local cabin in Kingston as needs arise. This role will work alongside our Urban Rewilding Officer and CEO to create financial sustainability for Citizen Zoo. We would be delighted to receive applications from anyone keen to work full-time or as a job share.
What you’ll do
This is a very exciting time to join Citizen Zoo as we grow as an organisation, diversifying our projects and income streams. While we have several income streams in place and ideas for expanding others, this role offers a unique opportunity for the right candidate to guide where we focus our efforts through their expertise and know-how.
With this in mind, below is a list of activities we envision this role to focus on:
Develop and lead on new ways and propositions to drive income generation and recurring income for Citizen Zoo.
Work proactively to research, identify and approach prospective corporate supporters.
Account management of current and new partners.
Increase the number of partners in our Wildbox Initiative.
Expand our membership base both digitally and offline.
Develop and lead processes to increase the number of one-off and recurring donations to the organisation.
Support the delivery of rewilding events, talks and conferences.
Support with other sales and marketing initiatives where necessary.
A love for nature and rewilding.
A bachelor degree or similar record of achievement in absence of a degree.
Experience generating income for a charity or social enterprise.
Good knowledge of fundraising and how to pitch stories to new stakeholders.
Demonstrable evidence as a self-starter & finisher with a ‘can-do’ attitude.
Strong relationship building skills and the ability to win people over.
Excellent communication skills.
Some experience in digital marketing.
Experience of partnership development locally or nationally.
Ability to speak publicly to large groups.
Business management and coordination experience.
Evidence of business development & partnership development with measurable outcomes.
Full driving licence.
This role is based in London, with a requirement to travel around the Capital. We are also looking at new office premises in central or east London, so a commute here on some occasions may be needed in the future.
In return for your enthusiasm and expertise, we’ll reward you with a competitive salary and an enviable range of benefits that include 24 days holiday a year (with the option to buy more days) that rises by one day per year of service, as well as pension and life assurance.
Subsidised gym membership, social events and parties, as well as a day off for your birthday. We’re also proud to offer progressive and flexible working practices designed to give you the work-life balance you need.
Exciting times ahead
This is an exciting time to join us at Citizen Zoo because we have recently been awarded a grant by the Lund Trust to further develop our organisation. We have plans for 2022, which include not only the work outlined in this role, but also work to scale and expand our rewilding projects across London and further afield. This role will add to our small growing team and the successful applicant will become our second full-time team member in one year.
Before you apply
Please have a read of our How We Hire at Citizen Zoo document on this page. We want to make the recruitment process pleasant and not intimidating for candidates and are also committed to making our recruitment fair and unbiased too, so please have a read.
We received lots of great questions the last time we recruited for a role, so we have included the relevant ones for this role on the FAQs document. Please have a read of these in detail, and in the coming weeks we will also send all applicants a ‘specific FAQ’ once we receive these during the application process.
Follow the link on this page and make sure to read our 'How We Hire' and FAQ's documents before applying, as these will help with your application.
Application Timelines and Deadline
Please submit your application by midnight on the 13th of February. See entire timeline below:
- 12th January – Applications opened
- 13th February – Applications closed
- 14th – 20th February – Applications reviewed
- 21st February – Invite applicants for interview
- 25th February – Interviews held virtually
- 28th February – Successful candidate offered role
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Position: Volunteer Support Officer
Type: Full-time (35 hours per week), permanent
Location: Office-based contract with flexibility to work remotely
Salary: £30,310 - £34,923 per annum plus excellent benefits
Salary Band: Band E1
Department: Community Networks
At the MS Society, we make sure people living with MS are at the centre of everything we do. And it’s this commitment that unites us across the UK.
Our work is based on the hopes and aspirations of our MS community. Together we campaign at all levels, fund ground-breaking research and provide award winning support and information.
Our people are our greatest asset and the key to our success. We offer a vibrant, progressive environment where you will make a difference.
About this job
We’re looking for a committed and dependable Volunteer Support Officer to help support our 244 Community Network groups across the UK.
Our Volunteer Support team provide high quality support to our volunteers based across our community networks. Our team keep in frequent contact with our volunteers in a number of ways whether it be through phone call, messages/emails or online video-chat.
You’ll be experienced in providing complex support to volunteers, demonstrable experience of volunteer support and management qualities and the ability to ability to solve problems and use a creative approach to overcoming issues and challenges.
You’ll respect the unique contribution of every individual and works positively in a diverse environment and able to work effectively as part of a geographically dispersed team and with geographically remote stakeholders.
We offer 35 days annual leave (pro rata for part time employees) including bank holidays, travel loan and various other benefits such as supported developmental opportunities.
The MS Society is in the midst of an exciting, transformational, period which builds on our great history and will drive us towards achieving our mission and vision as we embark on our Every MS Story strategy.
Closing date: 9am on Wednesday 2 February 2022
In order to apply for this role, please submit an updated CV and supporting statement indicating how you meet the criteria as set out in the person specification in the attached job description.
The successful candidate must have the right to work in the UK. If we do offer you employment, you’ll be required to provide documentation to show that you’re eligible to be employed in the UK before starting employment.
The full list of UK visas and permits that grant you the right to work in the UK can be found on the UK government website. We currently don’t have a Sponsor Licence agreement with the Home Office and will not be in a position to support you with any visa applications you may make.
We’re a Disability Confident Employer. We’re committed to promoting equality and diversity. We’d be grateful if you could complete the attached equality and diversity monitoring form and submit it with your application.
As part of our commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion, the HR team will anonymise your CV and supporting statement before forwarding to the shortlisting panel.
We particularly welcome applications from people with disabilities and/or from ethnic minority backgrounds, where we’re looking to build stronger and better representation among our staff.
No agencies please.
Chief Executive Officer – Healthcare Management Trust – Hybrid Working - £100,000 - £120,000
At the Healthcare Management Trust, we are committed to delivering the highest quality healthcare and understand that our well-trained, passionate team of employees lie at the heart of delivering the service our patients and residents expect.
The Trust was established in 1985 with the aim of relieving sickness, both physical and mental, and the preservation and protection of good health. These core objectives are achieved through our healthcare services in our hospitals, our care homes and our consultancy services.
We own and commercially operate two hospitals, Sancta Maria in Swansea and St Hugh’s in Grimsby. Each serves its local community with the highest standards of care and reinvests in supporting health promotion and research that impact directly on those communities too. We also lease operate two care homes at Marie Louise House in Romsey and Coloma Court in West Wickham primarily for self-pay residents and we provide a combination of residential and respite care for people in those communities.
The Charity continues to offer a broad range of consultancy and management services to other trustees and management of charities within the wider acute health and social care sector. In addition, we fund health-related research, scholarship projects and other areas of related grant-making to support community engagement.
The Trust raises no voluntary income, the charity’s work is funded solely through its operating income, investments and reserves. We provide access to all, without regard to the route patients and residents take in coming to us.
Our team of employees share our vision to provide high quality healthcare, and we continuously improve the skills within our workforce to ensure we maintain our position within the healthcare sector. We know our team has a wealth of knowledge and experience, and by working together we continue to develop an exciting and innovative workplace.
Our Board of Trustees wish to build on our heritage and reputation to take the charity forward as we embrace our next chapter, working in partnership across health and social care. We are seeking a new Chief Executive who can provide the leadership to achieve our aspirations, who can represent The Trust externally as a positive and collaborative partner, and who can engage the Senior Leadership Team and our employees to innovate and strive towards our vision over the next five years.
Our new CEO will demonstrate integrity, entrepreneurial spirit, social intelligence, leadership skills and an enlightened vision of our future healthcare model.
They will provide legal, corporate and strategic leadership of the Trust as a whole through establishing and maintaining a constructive working relationship with the Chair and Trustees, seeking advice and support when appropriate and accepting robust challenges. Our new CEO will also act as Nominated Individual and Responsible Individual for all HMT Hospitals and Care Homes.
Key responsibilities include:
- Create and maintain a culture that champions the values of the Trust; lead by example and ensure that the Trust is run in accordance with its philosophy, striving to provide high quality person-centred care to all its patients and residents irrespective of background, gender, race or faith.
- Manage the communication and the relationship with the Trustees, involving the Executive to ensure that Board decisions are based on comprehensive knowledge and that these decisions are implemented.
- Build relationships and credibility with commissioning bodies, local authorities, other care home providers and national forums to promote the industry and the Trust.
- Be highly visible in HMT hospitals and homes on a regular basis with both employees, patients, residents and partners.
Our ideal candidate will have strong healthcare leadership skills to executive level across a significant sized group or organisation. They will be able to evidence putting patients and residents at the heart of a strategy whilst having high commercial acumen.
Experience of working with external stakeholders including private health insurers, NHS, local authorities and regulatory bodies will be essential to this role, as the CEO of our Trust, you will be our most senior representative.
Key skills and abilities include:
- The ability to inspire, motivate and communicate with others through words and actions – staff, trustees, residents, healthcare/care professionals.
- Be decisive, action orientated, resilient and energetic.
- Be self-aware and able to recognise, interpret and respond appropriately to people and situations.
- Be professional at all times and reflect the Trust’s values.
Founded in 2009, IHRB is the leading international think tank on business and human rights. IHRB’s mission is to shape policy, advance practice, and strengthen accountability in order to make respect for human rights part of everyday business.
The IHRB Deputy CEO plays a key role in shaping the direction and leadership of the organisation, collaborating closely with the Chief Executive Officer, the Chief Operating Officer and other team members. This position contributes to the strategic development of IHRB and its subsidiaries (currently IHRB Trading Ltd and Myanmar Centre for Responsible Business Ltd), and associated entities (currently CREER, IHRB USA and IHRB Nordic).
The Deputy CEO also provides oversight of monitoring and evaluation of programmes, contributes to good governance procedures, and manages certain day-to-day aspects of the organisation. The Deputy CEO will deliver on IHRB’s vision, mission and goals, motivating and supporting colleagues to do the same.
The Deputy CEO will also play a key role in representing IHRB externally, speaking on platforms, building strong relationships with funders and strategic partners, and deputising for the CEO when required. This will involve participation in some meetings outside of normal working hours to accommodate multiple time-zones. IHRB has always worked remotely (pre-pandemic) with a geographically dispersed team, and welcome applications regardless of location; candidates must however have easy access to international travel and be willing and able to represent IHRB in person across multiple continents when required.
For full details and to download an application pack please visit the IHRB website. Deadline for applications 9am GMT, 7th February 2022.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.