495 Head of development jobs near London, Greater London
CW+ is the official charity of Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust including its hospitals and clinics. Our generous supporters and partners enable us to:
- Build and enhance clinical facilities to create an outstanding healing environment for patients and staff
- Deliver a unique art and design programme to transform the experience and wellbeing of our patients
- Invest in health innovation to deliver exceptional patient care.
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (the Trust) is one of the top performing hospital trusts in the UK. Across two hospital sites and twelve clinics we provide care to a community of over one million people.
The Trust is one of the largest A&E providers in the UK, treating over 300,000 patients each year. We are also one of the largest maternity providers in the country, delivering over 10,000 babies per annum. In addition to these core services, we also house many specialisms including a world-renowned Burns Service providing care support for London and the Southeast and a world-renowned HIV and sexual health programme which has been at the forefront of the global fight against HIV/AIDS for over 30 years.
CW+ delivers circa £1m in grants each year for the Trust and a programme of major environment and patient experience initiatives, the most recent being the development of a world-class intensive care environment. CW+ wants to ensure that appropriate research and evaluation measures are in place to assess the impact and dissemination of its grants programme within the Trust and the wider healthcare system.
Whilst impact and evaluation measurement form key CW+ objectives in the deliver of its grants programme, innovation programme and arts and design programme, a comprehensive impact and evaluation framework is not in place, but focused activity has taken place in many project areas. The post holder will be responsible for establishing robust overarching impact and evaluation systems for CW+’s charitable programmes. He/she will work in coordination with the art and design team, CW Innovation and grants team, and Trust staff to develop a systematic programme of evaluation in order to provide objective reports and data in a form suitable for dissemination to a wide range of audiences. In some instances, this is likely to entail working with external evaluators academics and researchers who are already embedded within various areas of our work, or if specific independent reports have been commissioned.
The post holder will have in-depth specialist knowledge of designing and delivering different types of evaluation using a range of methods. He/she will have experience of working with qualitative data, quantitative data and health economic data. Specifically, expertise in the design, collection, analysis and reporting of evaluations is needed. The post holder will be able to strike a balance between the need for practical evaluation approaches and academic research.
The post holder will work alongside a range of stakeholders including the Trust, NHS provider organisations across Northwest London, external partners and companies, as well as patients, clinical and administrative staff.
Main Duties and Responsibilities:
- Lead the design, delivery and management of a high-quality evaluation programme for CW+.
- Lead the data collection, analysis, interpretation and reporting of a range of data types (i.e. qualitative, quantitative and health economic data). This will include qualitative data collection and analysis methods (e.g. focus groups and interviews).
- Work with clinical teams to interpret environmental data overlaid with clinical outcomes.
- Produce high quality evaluation reports together with an associated dissemination strategy.
- Provide expert advice to colleagues in CW+ and its beneficiaries on the methodology of evaluating the impact of health innovations. Support CW+ and Trust stakeholders in analysing the change projects aim to deliver and define suitably valid, realistic impact measurement approaches.
- Develop and deliver specialist training sessions, resources and tools on evaluation to build the capacity and capability of colleagues to undertake evaluations.
- Work collaboratively with project leads in the Trust.
- Track progress and performance through a quarterly highlight report to the CW+ Grants Committee.
- Use learning from evaluation to help design and adapt future CW+ and Trust programmes.
Essential experience, qualities & skills
- Understanding of the aims and objectives of CW+
- Degree plus additional specialist knowledge acquired through training and relevant experience to at least Masters level or equivalent
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills including the ability to convey highly complex information in an accessible and appropriate form to varied audiences
- Experience in writing high quality reports
- Experience of managing projects
- In-depth specialist knowledge of designing and delivering evaluations using a range of methods (e.g. qualitative, quantitative, health economic)
- Up to date knowledge of data protection and Information Governance requirements
- Strong analytical skills of complex and varied data for qualitative and quantitative evaluations
- Ability to foster effective working relationships with internal colleagues as well as build relationships with a range of clinical and non-clinical colleagues
- Ability to work very flexibly and respond to demand to handle a complex and varied workload e.g. delivering presentations, facilitating workshops, training, data analysis, influencing external stakeholders.
- Managing external evaluators
Desirable experience, qualities & skills
- Experience of working in/with health or social care sector
- Expertise in data collection and analysis methods in NHS healthcare involving professionals and public/patients/service users (e.g. developing discussion guides, delivering focus groups/interviews)
- An understanding of research ethics in a healthcare setting.
- Knowledge and experience of dissemination routes within the healthcare sector
The role is full time on a two year contract.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Age Co is 100% owned by Age UK. We sell products and services designed to help people make the most of later life, and we give our profits to the charity enabling them to support those older people most at need. With nearly 40 years' experience we offer a wide range of solutions from carefully selected companies who are expert in their fields, and who share our dedication to value and customer service.
We currently offer Car insurance, Home insurance, Funeral plans, Legal services, Personal alarms, Incontinence products, Stairlifts, Homelifts and Bathing solutions.
We are currently recruiting for a Head of Compliance & Risk to take responsibility for the Risk & Compliance function within Age Co. This includes establishing and delivering an annual compliance plan, compliance framework and providing assurance to the senior executive team and board.
The post holder would hold SMF 16 & 17 and maintain ownership for SM&CR, its responsibilities, annual assessments, and regulatory references, embedding its culture within the organisation.
This fantastic hybrid role will be responsible for ensuring a robust and functioning risk framework is embedded across Age Co.
You will have:
* Excellent knowledge and understanding of FCA regulation and the regulatory & risk frameworks
* Full understanding of the Financial Conduct Authority and the regulatory landscape
* Comprehensive understanding of FCA systems, ie Connect
* Evidence of completing FCA returns, documentation and survey.
* Effective communication skills, able to present complex information to Age Co Executive Team, Age Co Board. Audit & Risk Committee and other stakeholders.
* Excellent report writing skills and attention to detail
* Evidence of working collaboratively with colleagues and across multiple organisations
* The ability to research and analyse regulatory requirements
* Strong interpersonal skills and can remain professional respecting sensitivities around confidential information at all times
What we offer in return
* Competitive salary, 26 days annual leave + bank holidays + annual leave purchase scheme.
* Excellent pension scheme, life assurance, Simply Health cashback plan and EAP.
* Car Benefit Scheme, Cycle to Work Scheme and Season Ticket Loan.
* Techscheme - buy any tech from Apple or Currys, up to £1000, and spread the cost over 12 months, interest free
* Heka Fitness & Wellbeing Benefit.
* You Did It Awards - recognition awards from £100-250.
Age UK is an Equal Opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates, regardless of age, sex, race, disability, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital/civil partnership status, or pregnancy and maternity. We guarantee an interview to disabled candidates who meet the minimum criteria. We welcome requests for flexible working.
Age UK is committed to safeguarding adults at risk, and children, from abuse and neglect. We expect everyone who works with us to share this commitment.
Early application is encouraged as we will review applications throughout the advertising period and reserve the right to close the advert at any time.
Age UK politely requests no contact from recruitment agencies or media sales. We do not accept speculative CVs from recruitment agencies nor accept the fees associated with them.
Founded in 2014 by a small team conscious that one of the wealthiest cities in the world experiences food poverty and staggering food waste daily, City Harvest's goal is to connect all available surplus food with those who desperately need it.
City Harvest is now well established as London's emergency response unit for surplus food, with our vans being recognised as symbols of hope for those facing hunger. To date, City Harvest has delivered approaching 25 million meals, whilst offsetting food waste and greenhouse gas emissions.
We provide a lifeline of support for beneficiaries, not only through food but the social connection our food forges. The physical and emotional loads some have had to carry is astounding and City Harvest stands as a pillar of support for vulnerable Londoners. Through the long-lasting relationships with our 350+ charity partners, we have been able to reach millions.
Demand for our food continues to grow and we intend to be equipped to meet it. We have just moved into a new depot, significantly increasing our warehouse capacity, and have received strong support from our funders year on year.
City Harvest are looking for a Head of Fundraising to join the team on a permanent basis.
City Harvest - Head of Fundraising
Location: Acton, West London (flexible working available)
Salary: £65,000 - £70,000 per annum
This pivotal role will provide strategic insight into how and what fundraising looks like at City Harvest London. The Head of Fundraising will work closely with the CEO to develop the fundraising strategy and lead all fundraising activity to generate sufficient income to enable City Harvest to achieve its ambitious growth strategy and materially impact hunger in London. The Head of Fundraising will develop the fundraising strategy with the CEO and execute this to ensure a consistent pipeline of income across a diversified portfolio of revenue streams of both new and substantial repeat income. This post holder will work in partnership with the CEO, as an integral member of the Senior Leadership Team, to grow and develop City Harvest and be the role model to enable the fundraising team of five to flourish.
The successful candidate will have a good understanding of the UK and London charity fundraising landscape, governance and legal requirements. They will also be a successful senior executive with evidence of achieving challenging financial targets; leading and developing teams; getting the best from matrix management; and embedding efficient systems and processes. The successful candidate will also be a leader who shares the values and purpose of City Harvest and who is ambitious to transform the organisation for greater impact. They will also be a naturally dynamic and motivational personality who is energised at the opportunity to raise annual income of more than £5 million, share insights then go further.
Closing date for applications: This role closes at 9am on Monday 31st of January
If you would like to receive a full job description and further information about this role, with details on how to apply, please contact Hannah Laking at Harris Hill via the apply button.
We welcome and encourage applications from everyone regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.
Head of E-commerce, Fledglings
£48,320 to £52,389 (London Office based with London weighting)
£44,623 to £48,692 if home based
Flexible Home based or City Road (London HQ)
Fledglings is part of the national charity, Contact. They are a non-profit shop that helps children and adults with special needs by supplying products and equipment that help with everyday challenges.
Fledglings and Contact share the same vision: To support families with disabled children, making them feel valued, strong and confident to make the decisions that are right for them. Fledglings exists to provide a vital service to families with disabled children, to reach new audiences to support and to deliver a sustainable income stream for Contact.
This role which will head up the Fledglings E-commerce team providing the successful candidate with the opportunity to shape the e-commerce proposition and strategic direction for this well-established, growing brand.
Fledgling’s USP is that families can access everything they need in one place. One of their key strengths is the range and depth of the products and the fact that many are bespoke - offering a unique opportunity to maximise commercial acumen while achieving social good!
This is a great opportunity to grow and sustain a life-transforming e-commerce provider.
Application is by way of a CV and a Supporting Statement.
Closing date: 10am on the 19th January 2022
First Interviews: Week commencing 24th January 2022
Second Interviews: Week commencing 31st January 2022
A key senior position within the team, you will focus on high value partnerships including corporates, trusts and foundations.
This is a senior position within income generation, operating in an agile and start-up like culture, built on collaboration and a mission aligned team. Taking a mixed approach when it comes to fundraising, this role will further develop the partnerships pipeline – identifying new opportunities and increasing the support of long term partners.
By adopting a whole business approach in many instances, you will also seek opportunities to support organisations with advisory services that add value in their own workplaces.
The focus for this position is to scale up fundraising by further developing existing relationships, identify new opportunities and increasing the average donation size in order to achieve long term commitments from funding partners. In practice this will mean establishing a core group of funders giving six-figure/multi year funding and building additional support around this.
As Head of Partnerships you will:
- Manage and create strategies for pipeline development – thinking analytically and strategically about long term funding opportunities;
- Secure and develop partnerships which allow for a whole-business approach, with bespoke partnership working;
- Act as the account manager for key relationships with a variety of partners, evolving their engagement by identifying new opportunities for support.
The role would best suit:
- An individual with high value fundraising expertise and a track record of securing partnerships from either corporate, trust or foundation sources (including those run by philanthropists);
- Someone with experience of delivering strategic partnerships with a variety of stakeholders;
- A strategically focused/analytical fundraiser who can identify new opportunities and adapt pipelines accordingly in line with organisational aims;
- An individual with an understanding and passion for social mobility.
The deadline for applications is Monday 7th February, please get in touch for further details.
To apply for this role, please submit your CV to Naomi Carruthers at QuarterFive Fundraising Recruitment. If your experience is a good fit, we will send a job description and may arrange a briefing call to provide you with the information required to formally apply. QuarterFive aims to proactively support your job search, so we may also consider your details for other job vacancies to find a position that is most suitable for you.
Prospectus is excited to be partnering with Thames Reach to recruit their new Head of Fundraising and Communications. Thames Reach is a charity based in London supporting people facing street homelessness through prevention, intervention, and recovery. They specialise in helping people with complex and multiple needs, including those associated with poor mental health and substance misuse. They are looking to appoint a new Head of Fundraising and Communications for the first time.
The Head of Fundraising and Communications will primarily be responsible for developing and implementing a fundraising strategy that utilises a great fundraising team and activities that already exist while also creating space to grow fundraising in new areas. Reporting to the Director of People, the post holder will work closely with the CEO and other members of the SMT to align the work of the Fundraising and Communications teams, ensuring business plan targets are met. You will manage high performing Fundraising and Communication teams and ensure supporters and partners are championed and thanked appropriately.
The selected candidate will have demonstrable fundraising leadership experience and will enjoy motivating staff to achieve exceptional, important fundraising and communication results for an organisation. You will have a proven track record of successful income generation through various fundraising revenue streams and will personally have secured five figure gifts. The ideal candidate will have experience of developing and successfully implementing a fundraising strategy too.
For those candidates shortlisted for interview with Thames Reach, interviews are due to take place as follows:
1st Stage interviews - 11th February and 14th February
2nd Stage interview - w/c 21st February
If you feel you meet some of the criteria but not all, we really hope you'll enquire and learn more. Prospectus can advise and support on each part of the role and hopefully your application, so we look forward to hearing from you.
At Prospectus we invest in your journey as a candidate and are committed to supporting you in your application. In order to apply please submit your CV and cover letter. Should your experience be suitable, we will send you the full job description and will arrange for a call and/or meeting to brief you on the role. You'll then have all the information you need to formally apply. We are looking forward to speaking with you soon.
UNICEF ensures more of the world’s children are vaccinated, educated and protected than any other organisation. We have done more to influence laws and policies to help protect children than anyone else. We get things done. And we’re not going to stop until the world is a safe place for all our children.
We are looking for a Head of Supporter Growth to join the Marketing Team within the Public Engagement directorate at the UK Committee for UNICEF (UNICEF UK). This is a newly-formed team and directorate, and we are embarking on an exciting period of change to maximise the income, influence and impact we deliver for children.
The Marketing team comprises of a diverse range of marketing skills, with special emphasis on digital, working in cross-disciplinary teams to deliver against a wide range of objectives, spanning every stage of our supporters’ journeys, from initial brand awareness through to leaving a gift in a will.
As the Head of Supporter Growth at UNICEF UK, you will lead on delivering a best-in-class programme to recruit new supporters – across multiple channels and products including core donors, eCommerce customers, product subscribers or supporters leaving gifts to UNICEF in their Will. You will develop strategies to grow our income through delivery of multi-channel acquisition campaigns that engage supporters through positive experiences. You will be accountable for multi-million-pound expenditure and income budgets, and you will work with the other Heads of Marketing to ensure our multi-disciplinary marketing teams are delivering on your strategic objectives.
To achieve this, you will have a track record of successfully developing, implementing and evaluating supporter growth/acquisition strategies in large, complex organisations, that ensure audience-led supporter engagement and deliver agreed key performance indicators.
Head of Grants (12-month contract), joining a Social Welfare Charity, based in Central London.
Starting ASAP. 12-month contract to cover maternity leave. Hybrid work pattern.
As the Head of Grants, reporting to the Operations Director, you will be responsible for the grants programme at this exciting stage of the department's growth and development. You will lead and implement the grant making programme, providing the relevant Committees with the support they need. You will:
- Lead on the strategic direction of the department, supporting a Grants Manager with overseeing the Team to deliver a varied grant program. You will have the opportunity to help shape, deliver and monitor a new application process at a very pivotal point in development.
- Be accountable for the development and management of a grants team, budget analysis and reporting, relationship management and operations, including the appropriate tracking of grant applications, award decisions, grant payments and grant outcome reporting.
- Also recommend changes to grant scheme eligibility and criteria as required and will use best practice and evidence-based learning to guide good governance and process in quality assuring the grants function.
Our client is looking for a Senior Grants Manager who has significant experience within the third sector and have a background in grant-making, with extensive people management experience, along with the ability to build and maintain positive relationships with a diverse range of stakeholders, including experience of working with Boards and Committees.
Charity People are delighted to be working exclusively with Auditory Verbal UK (AVUK) to help find a new Head of Fundraising to join their brilliant team.
Post Head of Fundraising
Location Hybrid working, remote and either Bermondsey, London or Bicester, Oxfordshire
Working Hours Full or part time depending on experience (flexible working fully supported). Job share also considered
Salary c£50-55k FTE depending on experience + benefits including Group Pension Scheme (7% employer contribution)
Holiday 27 days plus 8 Bank Holidays and 1 privilege day
Reporting To Chief Executive
AVUK is an award-winning charity that is transforming the lives of deaf children across the UK. AVUK works with families who want their child to learn to listen, talk and develop the communication and social skills to thrive at school and beyond. Over the next few years, the charity plans to double the number of pre-school children and families supported by its innovative early intervention programme; expand the number of specialist practitioners working in publicly funded services; further its profile and influence; and to grow and diversify its voluntary income streams so that deaf children have the same opportunities in life as their hearing peers.
This is a hugely exciting time to join the team at AVUK and help drive income growth to support these ambitious plans. AVUK is an organisation with a clear, tangible and well-evidenced case for support; one where you will directly see the positive impact your work is having on the families of young children with hearing loss.
We're looking for an experienced and inspiring senior fundriaising leader, with a successful track record of delivering income growth in a similar sized organsiation (over £1m). You'll have a background in high-value fundraising, particularly Trusts and Foundations and Major Donors at the 6 and 7-fig level, and have experience of leading a multi-functional team. Above all you'll be a natural relationship builder, comfortable at senior leadership level and with strong networking skills and the ability to inspire and influence at a senior level. Ideally, you'll also have experience of setting up or working with a development board and working with Trustees and senior volunteers.
You'll be joining a committed, flexible and highly collegiate team. With great benefits and the potential for the role to be part-time or job share, this is an organisation that is fully embracing the changes in work/ life balance that have come about because of Covid.
If you're as excited about this opportunity as we are then please get in touch with Philippa at Charity People.
Please send a copy of your CV to Philippa at Charity People. If your profile fits what we're looking for, we'll be in touch with further details and to arrange a phone or video call.
Closing date for applications - midday on Thurs 3 Feb
First stage interviews 10/11 Feb 2022
Second stage interviews w/c 14 Feb 2022
We reserve the right to change the closing date depending on the number of responses received. Please submit your application as soon as possible to ensure it is considered in the selection process.
If you have a disability and can demonstrate that closing this post early would impact on your ability to submit an application in time, please contact [email protected] to request arrangements for an application to be submitted within the original timeframe.
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 ensure the application process work for you.
Charity People actively promotes equality, diversity, and inclusion. We match charity needs with skills and experience of candidates, irrespective of age, disability (including hidden disabilities), gender, gender identity or gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, or sexual orientation. We do this because we know greater diversity will lead to even greater results for the charities with which we work.
This is a really exciting time to join Girlguiding. We have much to be proud of in our one hundred years of history, but we know that to remain vibrant and relevant to young people we must continually evolve.
We have begun a process of significant change: transforming the organisation so it can meet the challenges of the future by putting young people at the heart of our organisation. We are on a mission to amplify the voices of girls and young women, so they can champion change in their own lives and the wider world; to build strong partnerships that can increase our reach and impact; and to increase the support we offer our amazing adult volunteers who deliver incredible experiences to young people across the UK every week.
We are looking for a first-class Head of Fundraising to lead our growing Fundraising Team and develop and deliver ambitious and successful fundraising strategies to generate revenue, maximise income streams and grow our supporter base.
This is an excellent opportunity for a motivated, creative and targets-driven individual to join our Senior Management Team and play a key role in delivering our strategic plan - changing the lives of girls across the UK.
Girlguiding values the differences that a diverse workforce brings and is committed to inclusivity, and to employing and supporting a diverse workforce. Girlguiding is proud to be part of the Stonewall Diversity Champions programme, a member of the Business Disability Forum, and a member of Time to Change – improving attitudes towards mental health. While Girlguiding’s young members may be girl only, our staff team is mixed gender. We welcome applicants from all backgrounds and do not discriminate on the basis of age, disability (physical or mental), gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion and belief, sex, and sexual orientation.
We are committed to supporting our staff to achieve a good work-life balance and offer flexible working options wherever we reasonably can. Girlguiding is a COVID secure employer, offering hybrid working and providing support for all employees during the current pandemic. All staff are required to carry out our online health and safety training and complete a DSE risk assessment to ensure we can provide the support you require.
Director of Development
Location: London, SE11 – Hybrid working, home-based with travel into London office (minimum 4 days per month)
Salary: Circa £70K per annum
Terms: Permanent, full-time (flexibility of hours considered)
The international public health charity, SCI Foundation, which is consistently ranked globally as one of the most cost-effective non-profit initiatives, is seeking a Director of Development.
SCI Foundation’s aim is to improve the health of the poorest and most marginalized people in the world, enabling them to reach their full potential. Working in partnerships with Governments in Sub-Saharan Africa, the Foundation helps to deliver impactful public health programmes, working towards the elimination of preventable diseases such as schistosomiasis – a disease caused by parasites which affects over 250m people globally and causes an estimated 200,000 deaths a year.
The Director of Development is a brand new role within the charity with the scope to innovate the organisation’s income generation approach. Reporting to the Chief Executive, this position is a key member of the senior management team and you will be joining at an exciting time when the organisation is redefining their strategic direction and identity. This role presents an opportunity to experiment with new and innovative ways of generating income, as well as building on tried and tested fundraising techniques.
The ideal candidates will have extensive experience of income generation in charities and/or social enterprises from frontline delivery to leadership and strategy development. You will have a track record of securing multi-million gifts from a range of International Development funds, global institutions, Trusts and Foundations, and high-level donors or social investors. You will also have exceptional financial and leadership skills and enjoy and thrive on the challenge of creating a new and bespoke funding strategy to match SCI’s cause, impact and values.
If you require an informal conversation prior to applying to this role, please contact Suzie Spooner on +44 (0) 7960 932 315
PLEASE NOTE: We will be longlisting applications as soon as we receive them, so please apply early to register your interest.
CLOSING DATE: Monday 14th February, 9am GMT.
Starting Salary: £35,002 - £36,479 per annum (Inc. London Weighting)
Location: London (this role will be based in London, Hybrid or flexible working options are available)
Hours of work: Full time/35 hour per week
Based in CAFOD’s Education Section and working closely with staff across CAFOD and UK partner organisations, you will be responsible for managing and delivering CAFOD’s Leadership Development programme-a gap year for young adults. This role is responsible for the delivery of the programme, ensuring key partners are involved appropriately in shaping the work whilst supporting and empowering the young adults as they grow in their leadership roles. The role is managed by CAFOD’s Head of Education. The role is well suited to a dynamic self-starter who has experience of working in youth ministry, thrives on working with young adults and has a passion for global justice.
- Manage the overall organisation and delivery of the training programme for CAFOD’s Gap Year participants, “gappers”
- Develop a broad range of input into the training plans, ensuring guest speakers are briefed and prepared
- Where capacity allows, work alongside the Young Leadership Coordinator to support and deliver the training plan for Catholic retreat and outreach teams, prioritising the centres with a gapper presence
- Manage the recruitment plan for the programme, requesting specialist support from CAFOD colleagues.
- Identify opportunities which enable further outreach and promotion of Step into the Gap eg University, VIth form college events, diocesan and parish events
- Ensure the recruitment process runs smoothly and involves key partners/stakeholders at appropriate levels.
- Oversee and administrate receipt of applications, ensuring shortlisting and final decision making is communicated to candidates and partners efficiently and clearly
Development and support:
- Work with local CAFOD staff and placements to ensure the gappers are clear on expectations and are supported locally to deliver these
- Facilitate connections and online and face to face meetings of the placement partners to network, share best practice and enable the programme to grow and develop.
- Support and guide gappers and placements with CAFOD work in placements
- Work with regional and national staff to develop opportunities with new UK partners and new dioceses, identifying different models of delivery as appropriate
- Where required, assist the placements in offering additional personal support to gappers.
- Work with CAFOD international staff and partners to develop opportunities for the participants of the programme to gain an deeper insight and understanding of the the communities in the global south CAFOD works alongside.
- Identify opportunities for the gappers to gain a deeper understanding of issues of Uk poverty and injustice and enable them to gain a deeper understandin of this
- Organise a learning visit to Rome to understand the role of the global Church in addressing poverty and injustice.
- Ensure promotion and communication of the project across the Catholic community - online and offline
- Share the story and impact of the scheme internally across CAFOD
- Ensure regular communication to gappers, placements and local CAFOD staff
- Maintain the Step into the Gap intranet site and webpage
Transition and alumni
- Work with Education Section colleagues and local CAFOD staff to implement effective transition plans. Ensure transition of gappers ensuring recording on database, maintaining initial contact / support with graduates and their transition to regional teams
- Book annual meeting with relevant CPCs to look back and to look forward of what we can do differently
- Ensure reporting by those involved in the scheme takes place regularly and systematically and regular database updates are provided.
- Provide regular updates including an annual programme and budget report for the SHCJ’s, our programme partners
For further information on this vacancy and the application process, please visit the CAFOD website.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
A fantastic opportunity has arisen to play a leading role in Breast Cancer Now’s ambitious, high performing Philanthropy & Special Events team. The role of Head of Philanthropy is critical for both our Fundraising Communications & Engagement Directorate and the wider organisation.
Capitalising on the launch of Breast Cancer Now’s new ‘Turning the Tide’ Strategy, a new case for support and working closely with Breast Cancer Now’s senior leadership and trustees, the role will focus on establishing and growing our philanthropy programme over the next three years.
The role will be responsible for developing and implementing a philanthropy strategy that aligns with Breast Cancer Now’s strategic objectives and ‘Accelerators’ to ensure income targets are delivered; relationships with supporters are nurtured and new donors are engaged and stewarded effectively.
The role will involve complex relationship management at the highest level for a portfolio of Major Donors alongside developing effective relationships with senior volunteers, Breast Cancer Now’s Trustees and senior leadership team
The role will support a culture of proactive relationship building and solicitation to grow our pool of major supporters and senior volunteers ensuring prospective funders are engaged with appropriate propositions, including our giving club, Progress Fund.
This is an exciting opportunity for the right individual to join an ambitious growing team to use their skills, experience and enthusiasm to make a significant difference for people affected by breast cancer.
You will possess excellent relationship fundraising skills with a proven track record of successful fundraising from philanthropists, grant making foundations or companies. You will have proven experience and expertise in successfully planning and putting into practise the ways and means to develop a successful Philanthropy programme.
You will have excellent leadership and management skills, with the gravitas and credibility to work collaboratively and effectively with internal and external stakeholders to grow the Philanthropy Programme in line with our ambition.
You will be used to working in high-performing fundraising teams, a natural problem solver with experience of stakeholder management.
A strong commitment to supporting and developing others is vital.
We’re Breast Cancer Now, the charity that’s steered by world-class research and powered by life-changing care. We’re here for anyone affected by breast cancer, the whole way through, providing support for today and hope for the future.
We’re that trusted friend that people affected by breast cancer turn to for caring support when they need it most. The expert authority on breast cancer research who is making breakthroughs and driving forward progress. And a vehicle for change, acting now to make sure anyone affected by breast cancer gets the best possible treatment and care.
We believe that we can change the future of breast cancer and make sure that, by 2050, everyone diagnosed with the disease lives – and is supported to live well. But we need to act now.
Although the role is based in our London office, we are following a blended approach between office and home working with a minimum or two days per week in the office for full-time staff members. However, following recent Government guidance, staff members are currently working from home if they can do so. Should you have any queries with regards to this please contact us in the first instance.
Breast Cancer Now is an inclusive employer committed to developing a diverse workforce.
Closing date Sunday 30 January 2022 at 11:30pm
Interview date Friday 4 February 2022 (virtual)
This is a permanent role on a full time basis
£47,155 - £48,583
ActionAid UK is a member of the ActionAid Federation, an international charity that works with women and girls living in poverty.
As part of the ActionAid Federation, we work with women and girls, our partners, and dedicated staff in 43 countries to end violence and fight poverty so that all women, everywhere, can create the future they want.
The Individual Giving Team is a dynamic department with a wide ranging product portfolio and a multi-million pound budget envelope across Acquisition and Retention teams. We’re now looking for a strategic and forward thinking Head of Acquisition to take on the collective goal of maximising net income for our work with woman and girls.
Are you who we are looking for? The ideal candidate will be strategic and innovative, a good written & verbal communicator, and someone with a collaborative mindset & approach. Someone who is motivated and has a proven track record in effectively motivating others. The right person will have the interpersonal skills to build strong relationships based on mutual respect and trust, and a strong commitment to anti racist storytelling.
With responsibility for a large budget we a also looking for someone with an excellent capability of budgeting and reporting, and a deep understanding of the challenges and opportunities of balancing a multifarious product portfolio.
ActionAid is committed to driving improvement through digital channels, tools and ways of working. We will ensure that we provide the technology and the training to enable all staff to perform their roles to the best of their abilities. In return, we ask that all staff are committed to continually improving their digital skills and knowledge within the working environment. Our recruitment processes will evaluate the digital skills of all applicants.
ActionAid is committed to supporting flexible working. If you would like to discuss flexible working options, including the possibility of a job share for this role, there will be space to do so during the interview process.
We are committed to continually improving the diversity of our workforce and therefore encourage applications from people of colour, the LGBTQI+ community, the trans community, and those with a disability.
This role is an excellent opportunity for an ambitious and creative fundraiser who wants to develop their career by gaining hands-on experience across a range of fundraising specialisms within a brand-new performing arts venue. It will be a busy and demanding role, and our client is looking for candidates with good organisational ability, excellent interpersonal and communication skills, a passion for relationship-building and a commitment to delivering tangible results. The post-holder will work closely with a highly experienced Head of Development and will also have the opportunity to develop and take ownership of specific areas of the fundraising strategy.
Development Officer Responsibilities:
• Work with the Head of Development to manage the overall development strategy.
• Research, develop, write and deliver proposals and pitches of the highest standard to secure support for a wide range of projects and activities.
• Work creatively and collaboratively with other members of the team to identify funding opportunities and update on projects.
• Create opportunities for prospects and funders to engage with the work of our client through events, visits and other opportunities.
• Work with the marketing team to manage communications for fundraising campaigns.
• Work with the Finance Team to ensure the appropriate allocation and coding of fundraising income.
• Solicitation and Research
• Proactively identify funding opportunities within the programme of activities, maintaining effective communication with all relevant departments to gather information in support of applications and reports.
• Produce high-quality proposals tailored to specific funder requirements and interests, in liaison with the Head of Development and relevant programme staff members.
• Be the first point of contact for regular givers and members through our client's new Keyholders programme, ensuring retention of existing members, recruitment of new members and making sure all members and donors receive regular communications and are thanked in a timely manner.
• Work alongside colleagues to develop, manage and promote relationships with a wide range of existing and prospective donors.
Development Officer Requirements:
• A minimum of 2 years’ experience in a fundraising environment.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to set out key information in a highly readable and compelling way.
• Strong organisational and project management skills, with great attention to detail.
• Excellent interpersonal and relationship-building skills with a variety of diverse stakeholder groups and the ability to effectively influence and persuade.
• Strong team-working skills and a collaborative approach.
• The ability to take the lead on specific projects
• The ability to work flexibly, when needed, including evenings and weekends.
• A team player with an ambitious and enthusiastic attitude.
• Self-motivated, flexible, creative and resilient.
• Interested in continuing self-development.
• IT literate with experience of dealing with various computerised systems and a high level of Microsoft Office knowledge.
• The ability to monitor and analyse financial information.
• The ability to work to tight deadlines and prioritise workload using own initiative.
• Degree-Level Qualification.
• Experience in using Spektrix, including Spektrix Opportunities.
• Experience in working in/interest in theatre or the performing arts.
• Experience in event planning and organisation.
• Experience in working in a similar role and organisation would be an added advantage.
About Our Client:
Our client aims to provide a transformative venue. Their location puts them in the best place to provide an enriching variety of entertainment, activities, and opportunities for everyone. They will deliver these with care, inclusivity, and respect.
Their vision is to create the world we want to imagine. They will define theatre-making for a new generation of makers, artists, writers, producers, technicians, and audiences. They will support and inspire new artistic experiences that develop community solidarity and passion for social change.
Location: Brixton, London
Contract Type: Permanent
Hours: Full Time, 40 per week
Salary: £32,000 per annum
You may have experience of the following: Development Officer, Fundraiser, Fundraising, Charity, Not for Profit, Third Sector, Fundraising Development Officer, Business Development, Legacy, Charities, Fundraising Assistant, Fundraising Officer, Events Officer, Events Assistant, Charity Worker, Charity Fundraiser, Charity Fundraising Officer, etc.
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