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Head of Quality and Safeguarding
Home-based with travel to Head Office and Family Action services when required
37 hours per week (full-time, 5 days)
The post-holder will be expected to work flexibly to meet the needs of Family Action
Grade 5 point 39-46: £44,983 - £52,087 per annum + £480 homeworking allowance per annum
Are you a highly motivated self-starter with excellent communication skills? Do you want to be part of an award winning organisation that makes a difference? If so, Family Action has an exciting opportunity and would love to hear from you.
At Family Action we transform lives by providing practical, emotional and financial support to those who are experiencing poverty, disadvantage and social isolation. We have been building stronger families since 1869 and today we work with more than 60,000 families in over 150 community based services, as well as supporting thousands more through national programmes and grants.
This is an important role in Family Action. As the Head of Quality and Safeguarding, you would take a lead on a range of work streams and projects related to quality, risk and performance. From visiting any one of our 140+ services, helping staff and managers to learn from practice via audit and case reviews, to supporting training delivery, developing quality assurance frameworks that work for our different service types or drafting complex reports for Board members and colleagues, no two days would be the same.
Your role would be varied, exciting and incredibly worthwhile. At its heart is a striving for excellence, maximising outcomes and the need to ensure that children and adults get the right support, of the highest quality at the right time. The main element of this role is the Quality Assurance Framework so you will need to be an excellent auditor and case file reviewer for cases relating to child and family work, and also for services that work solely with adults. This role will moderate audits completed by managers across the organisation so well developed skills in this area are a must.
We are looking for an autodidactic self-starter, who can draw learning from a range of sources, contextually analyse the evidence, recognise the generalisable from the one offs, and piece it all together with strategic finesse. We need someone with substantial experience of frontline and management practice working in services for people. Alongside this, you must have extensive experience of applying comprehensive Quality Assurance processes and using QA as a means of continuous learning and improvement. You would need to be resilient and tenacious; and bring an understanding of the challenges faced by staff and managers, learnt through your direct experience.
Offering both high challenge and high praise; maintaining the sharpest focus on children and adult service users; being their voice and delivering their messages when required; having the utmost integrity and taking people with you on the path to excellence – these are the key attributes and abilities for a role of this nature.
We are committed to Equality, Diversity & Inclusion in all that we do and welcome applications from all sections of the community. We particularly welcome applications from Black, Asian and minority ethnic candidates, LGBTQIA+ candidates and candidates with disabilities because we are committed to increasing the representation of these groups at Family Action. We know that greater diversity will lead to even greater results for families and children and strive for our workforce to be truly representative of the diverse communities we support. We offer a guaranteed interview scheme for disabled applicants and will reimburse your travel cost if you attend an interview.
What will we offer you?
We’ll offer you a generous pension scheme and leave entitlements, eye care vouchers, a cycle to work scheme and other great benefits. We are happy to talk flexible working. All roles in Family Action are open to a discussion about possible flexible working options, subject to business needs, and all new starters will have the right to make a flexible working request from day one of employment. We have an excellent wellbeing offer and we will invest in your professional development with on-going quality training and career development opportunities. You’ll join an established, supportive and high-performing service and have the opportunity to thrive in an innovative organisation that values your opinion, encourages learning and has the needs of children and families at its core.
We are forward looking, ambitious and committed to continuous improvement. We are a people focused, can-do organisation, which strives for excellence in all we do and operates with mutual respect. If you share these values and behaviours and have the necessary skills then we look forward to hearing from you.
For an application pack and further information, please see attached or visit the Family Action current vacancies page.
Please email completed applications to the designated email inbox (20), please see advert document.
Closing date: Sunday 11th September 2022 at 23:59 (midnight)
Interview date: Friday 30th September 2022 (Candidates will be notified by email on or before the 19th September 2022 if they are being invited to interview.)
Appointments are subject to Family Action receiving a satisfactory disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Each year, Young Enterprise helps thousands of young people develop the skills, knowledge, and confidence they need to succeed. Through our nationwide enterprise and financial capability programmes, we give young people the opportunities and experiences to discover who they are and what they’re good at.
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a fast moving, youth focused, charity and play a crucial role in enabling the charity to deliver innovative and exciting education programmes in partnership with a diverse range of private sector organisations that will inspire the next generation.
We are looking for an experienced Regional Fundraising Manager to research and secure new strategic funding partnerships and income streams from a range of sources across the Midlands, which will become your relationships to harness and develop. After recent successes in the team, there is space to think creatively, diversify our offer and craft bespoke partnerships that will have maximum impact for young people.
YE’s partnerships offer focuses on a rich and diverse range of volunteering opportunities, bespoke strategic education projects and programme sponsorship opportunities. YE partner with several leading Financial Services organisations, including high-value and multi-year partnerships, and as we diversify into new industries, there is real scope to shape the direction of travel for YE and its partnerships.
We are looking for:
We are seeking an experienced fundraiser who enjoys scoping and crafting innovative projects and successfully building a pipeline of potential funders in a variety of sectors. We are also looking for:
- Evidence of thinking strategically to deliver new programmes and initiatives.
- The ability to communicate and build relationships effectively at all levels, always dealing tactfully and professionally with colleagues.
- Excellent leadership skills
- Good organisational abilities with an analytical and goal-oriented approach.
- Personal resilience, with the ability to work under pressure, think on your feet, manage a varied workload and adapt to changing priorities.
- Right to Work in the UK, plus the ability to provide two professional references and to work from our London office at least 4 times per month.
- Experience within the education or training sector preferable but not necessary.
YE does not deliver COY/employee fundraising partnerships, so we are ideally looking for someone with experience of building partnerships focused around volunteer engagement and strategic projects, but we will consider candidates with transferable skills.
Why work for us?
- People-focussed with a friendly and supportive work-place culture
- An active commitment to equality and diversity
- Access to mentoring scheme with a corporate partner
- Generous holiday allowance of 7.2 weeks
- Access to NHS top-up scheme, for money back on expenses such as dental and optical
- Access to an Employee Assistance Programme
- Cycle-to-work scheme
- Group Life Assurance
This is a home-based role, however, will require significant travel, including to London for team meetings.
To apply, please send your CV – with a covering letter (no more than 2 sides of A4) explaining why you think you would be right for this opportunity via CharityJob by no later than midday on 14th September 2022. Please note applications without a cover letter will not be considered.
We will be assessing applications on a rolling basis and may shortlist and invite candidates to interview before the closing date. Interviews will take place via Teams.
Although we endeavour to respond to all applications, if you have not heard from us within two weeks of the closing date you should consider your application unsuccessful.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
For over 20 years, the Faith & Belief Forum has been running education, engagement, and action programmes that bring diverse communities together. In schools, universities, and community spaces we break down barriers and find ways for people to work together to improve society. We believe that young people should feel confident communicating and collaborating with anybody, regardless of their faith, belief, culture, or background.
In order to further the impact of our work we are now looking for a Design and Fundraising coordinator to drive our engagement forward
It is essential to have sensitivity to the issues surrounding this area of work and a proven commitment to the aims of the Faith & Belief Forum.
We welcome experience and skills from all areas of a person’s life, including volunteering, community work, paid work, and education.
- Understanding of charitable funding streams and fundraising activities
- Experience and ability to write funding bids, including budgets
- Good organising and administrative skills
- Show own initiative to solve problems
- Experience of working to tight budgets and managing expenditure
- Willingness to travel in the UK and to be in the London office at least once a week
- Good interpersonal and communication skills
- Team player
- Good research skills
- Experience of working with High-Net-Worth Individuals
- Knowledge and experience of organising fundraising events
Voice 21 has grown rapidly, from 10 members of staff in 2019 to 60 now (and still growing). This has created a need for someone to lead Voice 21’s People and Culture function and ensure Voice 21 is a place which attracts, retains and develops diverse talent and continues to be a great place to work. To date, much of this work has been undertaken by our Senior Leadership Team (SLT), so this is a great opportunity for a strategic and proactive People and Culture leader to come in and formalise our culture while driving it forwards. We are grappling with a number of big people-related questions which the role holder would be expected to tackle:
● What does a high-performance, high-engagement culture look like in a primarily remote organisation? What is the link between a great culture and Voice 21 achieving its mission?
● What are the key drivers of diverse talent attraction, retention and development as we scale? How can we ensure that there is organisational visibility and drive continuous improvement?
● What information, training and support does everyone need to do their best work How should we provide this?
We are looking for a leader who knows what good looks like in relation to People & Culture, can think strategically in relation to how to apply this at Voice 21, and who is obsessed with how great organisations develop and maintain their cultures. You will have the experience and personality to inspire and influence others and drive organisation-wide culture change, working with the SLT. We are not necessarily looking for someone with extensive HR experience (although that would be a bonus). We are more interested in someone who has experience of leading and collaborating with people in growing organisations to effect change and bring the best out of people.
Strategy and leadership
● Work with the Director of Operations, the CEO, our SLT and Trustees to implement and refine Voice 21’s strategy and approach to attracting, supporting and developing diverse talent and building and embedding a purposeful, values-led culture.
● Develop Voice 21's approach to people and organisational development to support the aims and ambitions of our 5 year strategy.
● Represent V21 to senior stakeholders such as the V21 Board and at external events.
● Work with the SLT to plan talent development and growth for the future ensuring that our organisational design supports Voice 21’s strategy and that we have the right people in the right roles at the right time.
● Lead on embedding our culture and values across Voice 21 and ensuring that employee experience is consistent with these and identifying key levers across the organisation for us to increase engagement.
● Build and develop processes, approaches and policies across the employee experience to ensure that they reflect our values and are also scalable. This could be ensuring that the way we recruit and interview candidates is designed to identify the best and most diverse set of candidates, or that line managers have the training, resources and support to do their jobs and enable their teams. We want everything to be intentionally designed and linked back to our values and mission.
● Provide support, coaching, training and advice to managers and employees on all people issues and develop and implement creative and meaningful L&D initiatives for all employees.
● Act as the organisational lead for our Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) journey to ensure that our commitment to diversity is at the heart of what we do.
● Develop our people analytics function to measure and improve the impact of our initiatives and provide the SLT with increased visibility over key measures of people and culture performance.
Team leadership and development
● Set and own your team’s goals, budgets and risks. Consistently influence the goals of other teams across Voice 21 and collaborate to enable their achievement.
● Direct line management responsibility for People Officer and dotted line management of Operations Coordinator. Integrate the team within Voice 21, fostering cross-departmental understanding, influence and collaboration.
● Support the Director of Operations as required in any duties which you could be reasonably expected to perform in line with this job description.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Raising Futures Kenya is looking for a passionate, experienced fundraiser to join our small UK team. The new Head of Fundraising and Impact will lead on the development and implementation of our fundraising and impact strategy and plans. You'll be part of a small passionate UK team and work closely alongside our fantastic team in Kenya, gaining unique insight into our programmes, helping to showcase and communicate our impact.
Hours: 25-28 hours per week, to be worked across 4 or 5 days.
For 21 years Raising Futures Kenya has worked alongside local people in Kenya to develop projects which are owned by the community and create long-term, sustainable change to reduce poverty and improve livelihoods.
Through our award-winning Seed of Hope training and support programme we enable 14-25 year olds (75% girls) to secure employment or start a small business, generating enough income to live above the poverty line. We provide free technical/vocational education and business skills training, alongside counselling and wellbeing support which has led to over 90% of graduates being in employment, self-employment or further education. Seed of Hope offers young people opportunity, dignity and hope.
As with any small charity, you'll get unique exposure and insight into most aspects of running a charity. You'll work closely alongside the team in Kenya to get to know the programmes and share the impact. We've got some exciting opportunities in the pipeline over the next year so it's a great time to join a growing organisation. We're on our journey of shifting the power to our partners in Kenya and diversifying our income streams. We have an incredibly passionate and dedicated team who value honesty, integrity and finding a good work/life balance.
Duties would include:
Responsible for leading and implementing the fundraising strategy and meeting the fundraising targets of the charity (c. £250,000 annually), mainly from grants and individuals.
Responsible for grant fundraising. We have a healthy pipeline of funders to apply to each year with a pool of current and warm funders. You will review our case for support quarterly or sooner if data changes. You will manage the application cycle, periodically researching new funders to add to it, updating deadline dates and funding requirements etc. You will be responsible for submitting applications to funders identified on the cycle and meeting the agreed income annual target.
Managing grant/funder relationships - including meeting with funders when appropriate, managing the reporting requirements and deadlines for all grants and researching new funding opportunities. Support the Kenya team, if required, with managing any reporting requirements for grants received directly in Kenya.
Seeking new income streams, particularly grants from the USA and Kenya as these are potential growth areas for us.
Supporting the team in Kenya to apply for funding for local NGOs, which would go directly to Kenya.
Manage individual giving fundraising stream (with support from the part-time Fundraising Support Officer) including the marketing and communications strategy and implementation thereof to aid donor retention and acquisition.
Oversee our annual matched-giving fundraising appeal, Big Give Christmas Challenge, in December.
We have secured a Radio 4 appeal for February 2023, you will lead on promoting the appeal with current donors before, and overseeing the thanking and recording of donors as a result of the appeal.
We have a marketing and communications plan for the year, you will oversee and update this as required and work with the Fundraising Support Officer to ensure it is implemented. The Fundraising Support Officer will lead on social media content, overseen by you. You will be responsible for writing the newsletters on MailChimp and creating a printed update for donors without email.
Maintain our existing corporate partnerships, including attending events when required, and respond to proposals of new partnerships.
Updating the website, blogs, events etc, in Wordpress.
Overseeing the use and management of the donor database in Salesforce.
Make excellent use of volunteers and pro-bono experts to support workload.
Manage budgets. The UK and Kenya budgets will be created by the CEO and Kenya Operations Director usually, and then approved by the Board. You will use these to create fundraising budgets for applications and contribute to future iterations of the budgets as required.
Track income and expenditure versus budget (in Xero), in order to prepare comprehensive budgets and accurate financial reporting for grants/funders.
Produce finance reports from Xero in order for the Treasurer to write finance reports for Board meetings, which may require insight from you on the source of income and likely future/pledged/secured income.
As required you may be asked to make payments, if the CEO is unavailable.
As required you may be asked to review the monthly requisition requests from Kenya to ensure they are aligned to the budget and to review income and expenditure reports from the previous month from Kenya, if the CEO is unavailable.
Oversee the impact of the work in Kenya by coordinating MEL data collection alongside the team in Kenya (using the agreed MEL calendar), analysing results (survey results collected using Google Forms which are then downloaded to a spreadsheet), creating twice yearly impact reports (based on findings from the data analysis), reports for funders and impact stories for use in communications with donors and supporters.
Work alongside the team in Kenya to identify any areas of programme improvement or development for the next financial year in response to the impact data collected.
Facilitate quarterly reflection meetings with the Senior Management Team in Kenya to reflect on successes and challenges from the previous quarter, and plans/suggestions for the coming quarter.
Networking and Partnership Development
Networking and partnership development with funders and other NGOs working in technical vocational training (TVET) or education programmes in Kenya or East Africa to share knowledge and learning.
Senior Leadership Team
As a member of the senior leadership team, you will be required to support the organisational needs of the charity as required, deputising for the CEO when required.
Ensure that fundraising and impact activities are aligned to the UK and Kenyan Strategic Plans and complete activities/monitor progress towards achieving these.
Line-manage the Fundraising Support Officer. To include annual objective setting and quarterly performance reviews along with informal check-ins so ensure they feel supported and able to do their job to the best of their ability. Manage leave requests and absence.
Please download the Role Description and Application Pack for full details about the role, person specification and more importantly - what you can expect from us. You can also visit our website for more information.
We look forward to hearing from you!
P.S. We've pledged to always show the salary, not require degrees and share interview questions in advance to make the recruitment process as stress-free and transparent as possible. We are committed to a culture of inclusivity. We are able to grow and learn better if we have a diverse organisation formed of the collective sum of individual differences, lived experiences, knowledge and self-expression. We support all accessibility requirements; our organisation is designed for everyone. We encourage participants from all backgrounds, so if there is anything we can do to make our recruitment process better for you/allow you to show your best self, please let us know. In recruiting for our team we welcome the unique perspectives you can bring in terms of culture, education, opinions, ethnicity, race, sex, gender identity, values, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation, beliefs, nation of origin and languages spoken.
Please send your CV (or copy of your LinkedIn profile) to Kirsty Erridge (CEO) and a cover letter (no more than 2 pages) stating:
Why you are interested in the role
Your relevant experience
Your relevant skills and values
Your availability to start
Please refer to details in this role description and person specification to include relevant information, to showcase what would make you the best candidate for this particular role.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
The Programmes Coordinator is a member of the Programmes Team, playing a key role in the development and delivery of programmes to strengthen the health workforce and health system in low- and middle-income countries. The Coordinator reports to the Head of Programmes (HoP) and works with specific country teams across the countries in Africa and Asia where we are currently active.
The Programmes Coordinator plays a critical role in ensuring the quality and sustainability of our work focusing on 4 main areas of activity:
- Project delivery
- Project development
- Project quality
- Capacity development (of grantees or country office teams)
The proportion spent on each, and the specific projects worked on varies within the team. The programmes team is responsible for delivering centrally managed multi-country programmes, including grants programmes, as well as supporting in-country teams with the delivery of their programmes. One Coordinator may focus exclusively on a grants programme, others on country programmes, whereas others may spend time on a mixture of grants and country programmes. An indication of some of the areas of activity that a Coordinator might be involved in are listed below. The Coordinator role involves some degree of matrix working.
For more details and key responsibilities, please access the attached job pack.
How to apply
To apply for this role please send your CV and a cover letter (no more than 2 pages) through the application link by midnight on Thursday 25th August with ‘Programmes Coordinator’ in the subject line. Please state whether you can work full-time or part-time. The candidate must be able to start by the first couple of weeks of November 2022 at the latest, but earlier if possible.
Interviews will take place in the week commencing 29th August 2022. THET is an equal opportunities employer. The successful candidate must by the start of their employment have permission to work in the UK.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Head of Philanthropy
Location: Home based with regular travel to London or Agile working (working two days from our London office and from home)
Pay: £45,992.41 to £51,147.93pa or £48,638.51 to £53,794.00 per annum (including London weighting).
Hours: 35 hours per week
Imagine being part of an organisation whose common purpose is to help those who are severely impacted by mental illness. Here at Rethink Mental Illness and Mental Health UK we are a passionate group of people and are driven to make a difference.
We are able to make that difference due to generous donations from our wonderful supporters and we wouldn’t be able to deliver the diverse services that we do, without them. Which is why philanthropy has been identified as a new and lucrative income stream for Mental Health UK and Rethink Mental Illness, through the research completed by Bill Bruty and his team.
We know that growing our philanthropy programme will actively help us reach more people who need help and support. We believe that everyone should be treated with respect and dignity – and that’s why equity is one of our core values. We understand the importance of drawing on the expertise, unique perspectives and lived experience of our people – regardless of who they are or their background – to help us become an inclusive and anti-racist employer, campaigning organisation and service provider that reflects the diverse communities we support as a leading mental health charity.
To take us on our new and exciting journey, we are looking for an experienced Head of Philanthropy to join our passionate team of fundraisers. The successful person will develop and implement an effective Philanthropy fundraising strategy for both organisations, that supports income growth and ensures that we deepen our relationships with existing donors and proactively engage new supporters.
You will need exceptional relationship management skills as you work collaboratively across Fundraising, Partnerships, Senior Leadership and the wider organisations. You will also be a strong and creative communicator with excellent verbal and written skills, which will allow you to develop compelling proposals, create memorable engagement opportunities and produce detailed reports for donors and prospects.
So, if you are a proactive Philanthropy professional who is keen to make their mark in the mental health sector and help us set up our Philanthropy programme from the beginning, why not be part of our future and join us in our newly created Head of Philanthropy role? Apply today!
More information can be found in the job description.
We offer a wide range of support. Some of our benefits include:
- PULSE – your rewards, wellbeing, and benefits platform. Providing access to thousands of discounts and benefits including cashback; reloadable cards; savings etc. A Wellbeing hub that gives physical, emotional, and mental health support. We also have an Employee Assistance Programme with access to appointments.
- Taking time for you: we work flexibly –you get to choose where you work, managing your own diary. We have generous annual leave, starting at 25 rising to 30 days, plus bank holidays, as well as your birthday off.
- Planning for the future: We have a contributory pension scheme.
- Structured Corporate Induction: Onboarding you into the Charity supporting your wellbeing along the way.
- £300 when you introduce a Friend: receive up to £300 when you introduce a friend or family member
Closing date is 9am 30th August 2022.
Interviews will take place week commencing 5th September 2022 and will consist of Competency/Behavioural interview and a presentation, which will be provided closer to the date.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Head of Learning and Impact
Salary/Rate: £40,000 pa
Holidays: 25 days + bank holidays (pro rata)
Location: Home-based with access to co-work spaces in Manchester, Reading or London and regular travel to Foyers and events.
Reporting to: Chief Executive
You are someone with a passion for social change and young people, and a fascination for impact measurement, learning and quality development. You are able to evidence this through your writing and professional or voluntary experience. You are intellectually curious, with the energy and determination to deepen our shared understanding of how young people experiencing homelessness can be best supported to realise their power and purpose.
You have a deep commitment to justice, equity, diversity and inclusion and to understanding the barriers and enablers to participation.
You will thrive in a small, creative and ambitious team working on multiple projects and assignments, and have the flexibility to handle a broad and changeable workload. You’ll be able to jump right in, working closely with the team to deliver at an exciting phase of our strategic development and organisational growth.
We are aware of the ambition and breadth of this role and are interested in hearing from candidates who feel they have the skills to grow into the role but who maybe don’t have all the experience described.
Who We Are
The Foyer Federation is a small, innovative youth charity working to improve the lives of young people who can’t live at home. Since 1992, we have worked with a network of Foyers to inspire, challenge and quality assure approaches to developing the skills and resources young people need to thrive, not just cope.
We believe all young people can shape a successful journey into adulthood if they have access to the right training, contacts and opportunities to invest in their talents. We’re leading a movement of like-minded organisations and individuals who want to improve the prospects of all young people through an asset-based approach, which we call ‘Advantaged Thinking’. We’re committed to working with our network of Foyers and external experts to improve the ‘offer’ for young people.
We are looking for individuals who resonate with our core values: Maverick, Savvy, Authentic, Loving and Brave.
As Head of Learning and Impact you will play a crucial role as we establish a more insight led and evidence based approach to our activities. In the role you will lead on shaping how we gather data and insights from our network of youth accommodation projects (Foyers) and the young people they support.
You will help us develop existing systems (such as the data we gather through our accreditation scheme) and establish new impact measurement tools (through a new development programme to capture and improve learning in Foyers). By tracking and understanding the trends and capturing the learning and evidence at a local level we will improve our programmes and network offering and open up new opportunities for young people who have experienced homelessness.
To effectively manage and deliver a national development programme to increase and improve the learning offer in Foyers (and beyond) and capture the insights, impacts and voice of young people directly.
To oversee and manage our quality development and accreditation offering (FOR Youth); ensuring the quality and impact of Foyers across the country and effectively and efficiently capturing service level data to enable benchmarking, service improvement and evidencing of current impact.
To support the overall insight gathering, reflective learning and impact measurement of the Foyer Federation across our activities developing our theory of change at a national level and integrating it with the local Foyer theory of change model.
Please note: we envisage that the priorities and time spent on each of these objectives will change over the next few years with a higher priority given to objective 1 in the first two years
Duties & Accountabilities
Lead on the detailed design and implementation of the new Advantaged Thinking Development Framework project (ATDF), funded by the National Lottery, to increase and improve the learning offer in Foyers and enable young people to become Advantaged Thinking leaders.
Build an effective project delivery team alongside the Head of Programmes and Network, young people, Foyers and external specialists to deliver the development programme initially with a pilot group of Foyers and then rolling it out to the wider network.
Work alongside our Specialist Consultant to collect insights and evidence of the current learning offer in Foyers and map out a learning framework with the project team.
Work alongside our Head of Programmes and Network to create and implement engaging and effective workshops with the staff and young people in the pilot Foyers for the purpose of establishing the learning framework and ways to endorse existing (or create new) learning content .
Oversee the tendering for a creative digital design partner to build a digital interface / platform for the learning framework and content to be hosted on.
Oversee the project development, testing of the platform and roll out of the ATDF across the network, liaising with the Head of Development and Partnerships on any associated licensing or income generation strategies.
Co-create and co-deliver key elements of the ATDF project with young people where it is appropriate and meaningful to do so, in line with our strategy and policies.
Build positive working relationships with external consultants, the Foyer network and peer organisations who are supporting the ATDF project.
Build and maintain positive relationships with the National Lottery Community Fund grants manager, reporting to them in a timely manner and sharing our learnings openly.
Quality and impact:
Design and develop new effective impact monitoring tools as part of the ATDF project that capture the needs, aspirations, learning and achievements of young people in our network.
Ensure that the ATDF framework includes tools and resources for young people to actively engage with the learning, to track their own progress and knowledge, and to understand the value of engaging with the framework.
Deliver and develop our existing quality development and accreditation scheme (FOR Youth) in partnership with our Specialist Consultant by:
a) ensuring the qualitative and quantitative data collection and presentation is streamlined, accurate, user friendly and embedded in the Advantaged Thinking approach.
b) developing the accreditation process to be fit for purpose for use beyond the youth supported housing sector.
Ensure and safeguard the longevity of the quality development programme so that it can continue to be used by the network in future years to effectively assess, reflect on and improve the quality of their services.
Work alongside the Specialist Consultant to assess and improve services as part of the quality development programme by: conducting group support sessions, face to face interviews and effectively analysing data in order to identify trends, themes and emerging areas for improvement, then present findings as clear and comprehensive reports.
Learning and insight
Work with the Head of Programmes and Network to identify opportunities for new programmes in line with the insights gathered from the ATDF and the accreditation data.
To understand and champion the use of data directly from young people and how to get the best from it, making recommendations for future activity based on detailed scrutiny.
To develop a new and improved theory of change for the Foyer Federation that integrates the local Foyer theory of change model developed previously with the University of East Cumbria
To work closely with the Senior Leadership Team to agree data sets and requirements for KPI monitoring and measurement in line with the agreed Foyer Federation theory of change.
From time to time, attend and support the delivery of network events, training and Foyer visits to deepen your working knowledge and relationships with Foyers and young people across the entirety of our network.
Influence the organisation’s strategic direction using the learning from day-to-day interactions with our network.
Act as a member of the Senior Leadership Team (SLT) attending SLT and board meetings (when required).
Be a generous leader using your skills, experiences and knowledge to enable other staff members to thrive.
To apply the Foyer Federation’s policies and procedures and ensure compliance with relevant obligations, including Safeguarding, Health and Safety, Data Protection and Equal Opportunities.
To ensure your own continuing professional development by undergoing training and other activities.
To undertake any other duties as may be reasonably required.
This job description may be amended from time to time, as the needs of the organisation require.
Experience and Skills: Essential (E) or Desirable (D)
1. Experience in building, nurturing and managing complex relationships both with youth work and/or housing professionals and young people. (E)
2. Demonstrable expertise in all of the following areas:
- Project management
- Programme delivery including support and facilitation
- Building positive relationships
- Learning and outcome management.
3. Recent professional experience and knowledge of theory of change / logic models, impact measurement and data collection and analysis. (E)
4. Experience of securing buy-in and engagement in programmes and events involving young people and practitioners. (E)
5. A good understanding of using and developing digital tools and systems. (D)
6. Experience of communicating with and influencing practitioners, managers, commissioners, statutory agencies and other stakeholders involved in developing and delivering young people’s services. (D)
7. Knowledge of online learning platforms and / or virtual learning environments in practice - both their development and implementation. (D)
8. Capable of using various technology platforms (e.g. Microsoft, Apple products, Zoom, Google suite) and other communications tools and approaches including Social Media platforms. (E)
Attitudes and Behaviours:
8. A proactive and determined team player with a can-do attitude, who has a strong drive to improve the quality of services and opportunities for young people.
9. Exceptional planning and organisational skills, able to work under pressure and prioritise competing tasks to meet deadlines, with a flexible approach to meeting the changing demands of project activity.
10. A keen eye for detail and accuracy. Able to distil and communicate the key information and learnings to a wide range of audiences in a concise manner.
11. Clear and personable communicator and relationship-builder, both orally and written. Empathetic with good listening skills – able to understand the different needs and perspectives of others and to influence a range of audiences.
12. Applies Advantaged Thinking in practice, communicating it with others and spotting and developing potential Advantaged Thinkers.
13. An individual who lives the values of the organisation personally and has a strong commitment to the Foyer Federation’s mission and purpose with an active interest in developing innovative solutions and more effective investment in young people.
14. Collaborative and flexible approach, able to listen, engage and demonstrate tact and diplomacy
15. Building and maintaining relationships
16. Programme delivery and project management
17. Detail-driven and organised
18. Creative and savvy thinker
19. Communicating and influencing
20. Proactive and determined
To apply, download and read the full job description, application form and equal opportunities form, and return the completed form and a copy of your CV to our inbox by Friday 19th August. Interviews will be arranged on a bespoke basis between 1st and 19th August as the applications arrive.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Change Agents UK is a well-established, successful and growing sustainability education charity and non-profit organisation. We provide education programmes for students and staff to help embed sustainability into work, life and careers. Our subsidiary, Change Agents UK Trading Ltd, acts as an employment business for Green Careers and jobs in sustainability; we have helped to launch and provided support for thousands of careers in sustainability and enabled many organisations to resource the development and delivery of their sustainability and decarbonisation ambitions and strategies. Our work is needed now more than ever, and we are growing our team to enable us to expand our services, reach and impact in sustainability education and employment.
- Communication, enthusiasm & teamwork
- Commitment to sustainability
- Integrity and respect
- Building ambitiously and positively for the future
We need a new Head of Education & Projects to join our senior team to develop and lead our activities in sustainability education and projects. Our education work currently includes our successful Sustainable Futures programme, our Change Agent Skills Development Programme and Sustainability, Green Skills and Careers training and support for students and staff. We also run programmes to support students and young people to undertake practical sustainability projects in their communities and we get involved in research projects, skills development work and community energy initiatives. We have plans to expand our work across all of these areas and we are seeking someone who can really drive forward growth.
- Passionate about our goals and values, with a strong personal commitment to sustainability
- Educated to Masters-level or with equivalent professional qualification or experience
- Significant experience working within sustainability – sustainability is a broad area and we are open to applications from people with experience and expertise in different fields
- Excellent communicator, partnership builder and relationship manager – comfortable and experienced in an external-facing role
- Experienced in producing high quality, professional reports and proposals
- Commercial awareness and ability to identify and take the lead on income development opportunities, through funding bids for our education programmes, securing project funding, building strong networks and developing partner/client proposals
- Highly organised, strong in planning and project leadership
- Highly credible and capable of working at a senior, strategic-level as part of the Executive team
- Experienced in line management/leading a team
- Awareness of safeguarding and willingness to undergo an Enhanced DBS check (as some of our Education work takes place in schools and FE settings)
- Member of a relevant professional body, e.g. the IES or an IEMA Associate/Practitioner
- PRINCE 2 qualified/other professional project qualification
- Lead and manage the Education & Projects team (currently 2 Education Officers with plans to expand)
- Lead the development, delivery and continuous improvement of our education programmes content across the spectrum of sustainability education, green careers and skills development, including developing new Carbon Literacy and sector-specific Sustainability for Professionals courses
- Contribute to Charity income development through funding bids that enable our outreach work, securing project funding and expanding paid-for services with our clients and partners
- Develop proposals for our partners and clients to support their sustainability education and training needs for students and staff
- Build and maintain effective and positive relationships with our partners
- Attend conferences, panel discussions and events as a senior representative of our Charity
- Achieve growth of our network, partnerships and profile
- Contribute to the definition and delivery of the Charity’s strategy as part of the Executive team
What’s in it for you?
We’re an established charity with a dedicated, brilliant team and a great network. This is a fantastic opportunity to join us at a really exciting time and use your skills and career to make a real difference.
We are a friendly and supportive team who work hard and have fun. We offer 25 days’ holiday plus bank holidays, pension, flexible/remote-working and continuous professional development opportunities, along with the chance to be part of something exciting, rewarding, and forward-looking.
Hours/Week: Part-time 4-days/30 hours per week (may be negotiable for the right candidate)
Annual leave: 25 days plus 8 bank holidays per annum (pro rata for part time)
Probation period: 3 months
Reports to: Chief Executive Officer
Notice period (after probation): 3 months
Travel & Work outside normal hours:
The role can be remote/home-based with monthly visits to the Oakham head office for in-person team meetings. We travel within the UK to attend conferences, deliver learning workshops or work with our partners. As a sustainability charity, we try not to travel more than necessary and encourage the use of remote technologies when possible.
Please note that the successful applicant will be required to undergo an Enhanced DBS check as we work with youth groups.
We strongly value diversity in race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age and other protected characteristics. We are particularly keen to encourage applications from people in currently under-represented groups, including people of colour, people from ethnic minority backgrounds, people with disabilities and people identifying as LGBTQ+.
Please apply through our website with your CV and a motivation letter of no more than 1000 words.
Closing Date: Applications will close when we have found the right candidate for the role. Early applications are encouraged.
Interview Date: TBC
If you would like to have an informal conversation about this opportunity before applying, please get in touch with our CEO, Lexie Jones – she will be happy to talk more about our work, this role and our 5-year plan.
Location: Nairobi, Accra, Cape Town, London, Lusaka, Abidjan, or Freetown, with international travel
Salary: Competitive, localised
Contract: Dependent on programme need (12 months up to permanent); candidates must have the right to work in the location in which they wish to be based
Hours: Full-time (37.5 hours per week)
Reporting to: Senior Programme Manager
About the Education Partnerships Group (EPG):
Incubated within UK education charity, Ark, the Education Partnerships Group (EPG) is an international not-for-profit consultancy that partners with governments to shape and strengthen their education systems. Our vision is that governments in low and middle-income countries are equipped to ensure that every child goes to school and learns. We believe that supporting government to design and implement contextually relevant and evidence-based public policy is the best way to drive sustainable progress towards achieving quality education for all.
We assist governments across three critical stages of the policy process:
- Generating and using research to inform policy
- Supporting the design and development of policy
- Supporting the piloting and scaling of policy reform initiatives
Today, EPG works in five countries in Sub-Saharan Africa: South Africa, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Cote d’Ivoire, and Zambia.
In our work, we prioritise a genuine understanding of context rather than assuming ideas can simply be transplanted from one country to another. We also focus on the system – the roles, responsibilities, and relationships of all the different actors – rather than working on one policy area in isolation.
COVID has demonstrated more than ever the importance of effective education systems capable of coordinating and targeting limited resources through evidence-based approaches for impactful education service delivery. With growing demand for our services, EPG is currently focused on seizing those opportunities to expand our footprint in current programme countries and new geographies.
About the role:
The Programme Manager is a critical role at EPG, driving the planning, execution and monitoring of our projects in partnership with governments across sub-Saharan Africa. Programme Managers drive the establishment of new projects, in some cases in new geographies for EPG, lead strategic engagement with Ministry officials and other stakeholders and play an important role in the design and delivery of technical assistance to Ministries of Education. These roles may be based within the relevant Ministry of Education or in an office with EPG’s other programme staff. In some instances, these roles may be home-based, depending on location. The role may require significant remote working and thus personal initiative and time management will be critical.
The right candidate will be passionate about the role education plays in transforming lives and see this role as an opportunity to support the expansion of EPG’s system-wide approach to supporting governments to plan for and implement reform to improve learning outcomes globally. They will find EPG an exciting and entrepreneurial environment and see this role as an opportunity to have a positive impact on improving children’s learning in low- and middle-income countries.
- Cultivate and maintain trusted relationships with Ministry officials, maintaining regular contact and check-ins through in-person visits, meetings, workshops, and electronic communication;
- Cultivate and maintain trusted relationships with key stakeholders and development partners, including but not limited to major bilateral and multilateral donors, UN agencies, donor implementing partners and consultancies, national NGOs, advocacy groups;
- Work directly with senior officials in ministries of education and/or related agencies to design and deliver policy-related technical assistance aimed at shaping and strengthening the education system;
- Where required, support the establishment and/or refinement of policy development, delivery and/or monitoring systems within ministries of education, including the creation of coordination structures, decision-making and project monitoring systems and problem-solving interventions;
- Where required, contribute to the design, delivery or commissioning of a range of policy-related work including the revision of existing policies, drafting of new policies, policy guidelines and standard operating procedures, including effective stakeholder management;
- Where required, oversee qualitative research projects and coordinate commissioned quantitative research, support associated analysis, development of policy recommendations and devise strategies to support government partners to ensure such evidence is used to inform policy change and education service delivery;
- Where required, oversee the design and delivery of policy pilots, collaborating with ministry officials and other partners such as evaluation partners who may be commissioned by EPG or by other development partners;
- Work in close partnership with the wider EPG global team to ensure efficient and high-quality delivery of all technical assistance projects and the exchange of insights and learning across projects;
- Participate in regular project and programme team meetings;
- Regularly review and update the project workplans and monitoring frameworks, to ensure projects stay on track and on budget;
- Support the financial management of project delivery and contribute to funder reporting;
- Collaborate with colleagues to nurture new funding partnerships and deepen existing partnerships interested in EPG’s work;
- Participate in the development of EPG through regular team meetings, knowledge exchange, strategic internal projects and professional development;
- Where required, manage a small team up of up to three Associates.
- A Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences (Law, Public Administration, Economics, Education or related field)
- 5+ years of professional experience
- A commitment to improving education quality for all children
- Considerable professional experience in the public policy process in low- and middle-income countries, including policy analysis, review, design and implementation
- A track record of building relationships with leaders in government and non-government institutions
- Attention to detail and considerable professional experience in the design and delivery of policy-related projects
- Strong written communications and presentation skills in English
- Experience with the professional use of the Microsoft Office Suite (i.e. Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook)
- Experience in analysing and interpreting data, including familiarity with research and evaluation methodologies
- Experience with project management tools and approaches
- Strong interpersonal skills with a sense of humility and willingness to work with diverse team members, often remotely
- Commitment to EPG’s core values
- Responsive | we start from a place of “yes”
- Accountable | we accept ownership and healthy conflict
- Rigorous | we create and meet high expectations
- Inclusive | we seek diversity of perspectives and experiences
- Respectful | we are quick to listen and empathize
- Candidates with French language skills are also encouraged to apply, though this is not required of all roles.
How to Apply:
Applicants should submit in a single document a cover letter (maximum 1 page) and CV (maximum 3 pages)
The deadline for applications is Friday 19th August 2022, although we will review applications and interview candidates on a rolling basis.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted on next steps.
At the Royal British Legion, we believe in building on potential. As a Transformation Programme Advisor your ability to support and guide our care homes in implementing technology and software will have a real impact on people’s lives.
At its heart, RBL is a people organisation. People who want to do the very best for others, while at the same time making the most of the opportunities and experiences we offer them.
We are the country’s largest Armed Forces charity, with 210,000 members, 50,000 volunteers and a network of partners and charities; helping us give support wherever and whenever it’s needed.
As a Transformation Programme Advisor, you will be responsible for working with the TECH programme team to support the introduction of electronic care planning and other electronic systems.
If successful, the main duties of your role will be:
- You will be a key contributor in supporting us to define and implement procedures and standards to ensure the smooth introduction of electronic care planning, and other systems such as medication management and rota management in to our Care Homes.
- You will be the care homes representative within the programme team and will need to communicate effectively with colleagues at all levels within the care homes and the Programme Board.
- Contribute to the development and implementation of electronic care planning in the care homes, utilising evidence-based practice and guidance to ensure best out comes and impacts for residents and staff
- Work collaboratively with Program Board members and Technical Providers to develop and/or roll out assessment tools to ensure user competence
To be considered for this role you are required to have a Registered Nurse qualification or be educated to NVQ Level 4/5 in Social Care (Adults). Previous experience of developing and implementing innovative care pathways is essential. Extensive travel and overnights stays will be required for this role.
About the Royal British Legion – Careers in Care, Nursing and Recovery
Across the country, in every city and on every street, the RBL is there to support our Armed Forces community. And our Care, Nursing and Recovery teams are there when people need us most. Supporting this community throughout the nation with understanding and compassion.
As part of this team, you’d be providing dedicated care in our care homes for older veterans, helping those living with dementia, supporting carers, or ensuring ex-service personnel and their families can live safely at home.
As well as being there with practical, hands-on support, you’d also offer advice and guidance. Whether that’s to help people with a particular need, or more simply to ensure that they are making the very most of the care, programmes and services we can provide.
It's this mission, this scale, this challenge and the values we all live by, that makes the RBL such a fulfilling place to thrive.
If you want to give your days meaning. To put your passion into a role with real impact. To support people and be supported yourself. In an inclusive team that faces every challenge together. Whatever your interests and ambitions, we think you’ll find a role here that works for you, with career opportunities right across the UK.
We believe that the compassion, understanding, and service we show each and every individual should be reflected in the way we all support, respect, and include every individual who works with us. We want everyone involved in our work or receiving our services, to feel proud to contribute to or be part of a diverse and inclusive organisation.
We recognise that we still have a long way to go to ensure that we make the RBL a truly great and inclusive organisation to work for and be part of so we have set out our commitments to provide a clear path to deliver this ambition. We will keep listening, learning, and sharing our progress and impact.
How to Apply
Please click ‘Apply Online’
Closing date for this role is: 7th August 2022
We reserve the right to close this vacancy when we are in receipt of sufficient applications. Should you wish to apply for this post you are advised to complete and submit your application form as soon as possible.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
MLC Partners are working with a brand name children’s charity to recruit an Interim Head of Commercial Finance for an initial 12-month contract. The role is fully remote and following a minor restructure joins into a new role.
Main responsibilities include:
- Oversee the commercial arm of the charity comprising retail and innovation with an annual turnover of almost £100m.
- Manage and develop a wider team of seven with three direct reports covering both business partnering and operational finance.
- Business partner with the MD for Retail and the Director of Development and ensure good service from the team at the Area Manager level.
- Provide data driven insight across all commercial venture, challenging where necessary and contributing to business decision making.
The successful candidate will be:
- A fully qualified accountant or be qualified by experience with a wide range of experience.
- Able to challenge and critically evaluate requests and strategic decision making.
- A strong user of Excel able to carry out complex analysis.
This is a great opportunity to add a renowned name onto your CV and leave a lasting impact. For more information please contact Jamie Elliott at MLC Partners.
The Data, Impact and Evaluation Manager is an exciting new role that will be responsible for driving forward growth and innovation across the organisation by instilling a data driven approach to all of our strategic objectives and interventions.
You will have a clear understanding of how to manage and execute multiple high quality research and data analysis projects, and will be an excellent communicator to effectively tell the story of our impact and drive engagement amongst our stakeholders.
You will be team-orientated with a commitment to supporting all members of the organisation to deliver the best possible impact and outcomes for our young people through a data-centered approach. You will have a talent for simplifying complex processes and onboarding colleagues on to new systems and processes, as well as being an continual advocate for best data handling practices.
We want to hear from people who can passionately represent the interests of the diverse young people that we serve. We are not asking for particular qualifications. We don’t care what school you went to or what your parents do for work. We care about your character, your skills, your potential and your love of data. If you can see yourself making an impact in our organisation, we want to hear from you.
Duties and responsibilities:
This role will report to the Head of Operations but work across the programmes, development, and operations team. The Data, Impact and Evaluation Manager role will be responsible for:
Impact & evaluation strategy and planning
Developing an impact and evaluation strategy that supports our organisation’s mission and supports our growth towards our five year strategy.
Creating, managing and working with all teams to deliver an annual calendar of insights, monitoring and evaluation projects and reporting.
Project planning the implementation and onboarding of new systems and integrations to improve our data handling and analysis.
Making effective use of data, evaluation and insights
Work with our programmes team and impact committee to design and implement effective monitoring and evaluation of our interventions to drive continuous improvement and greater impact for our young people.
Ensure consistency and validation of data across programmes and teams to enable us to capture accurate longitudinal data and monitor the long-term impact of our interventions.
Provide insight to our beneficiaries to better support our programmes’ delivery and engagement.
Carry out prospect research to better understand the communities we support, the challenges they face and steer our interventions to support those most in need.
Scan the horizon to ensure we stay ahead of the curve and better understand trends and opportunities in the STEM sector for our young people.
Deliver insightful and timely reporting on In2scienceUK activities to key stakeholders, including effectively managing reporting requirements to our donors and funders.
Work with the communications team to develop a suite of tools that can be used for external marketing, including data on the issues we are addressing, impact insights and success stories.
Contribute data and insights for blogs, socials and PR to facilitate our advocacy efforts to improve social mobility in STEM.
Build capacity within the teams to improve their collection, analysis and use of data and evidence to inform decisions.
Systems ownership and integration
Support the development, continuous improvement and maintenance of our databases and CRM systems to enhance In2scienceUK’s operations, including automation of processes where appropriate.
Identify opportunities for systems integration and improvement where possible, with a particular focus on improving accessibility to participant and impact data. This will include working directly with external suppliers and implementation partners where necessary.
Support mapping and documentation of protocols and processes for data handling, storing and data sharing both within the organisation and with select partners and external suppliers, ensuring we remain compliant.
Champion, develop and maintain a good data management culture, ensuring all staff play their part in effective data management.
Act as a point of contact for data related enquiries and issues, ensuring to stay up to date with the latest data protection legislation, policies and guidance.
As duties and responsibilities change, the job description will be reviewed and amended in consultation with the post holder. The postholder will carry out any other duties as are within the scope, spirit and purpose of the job as requested by the line manager.
Commitment to our vision, mission and values.
Passionate about data and what it can offer.
Proven expertise in data management, evaluation and impact reporting.
Up to date knowledge on latest legislation and policies regarding data protection and processing within the UK.
Proven experience of implementing, administering and maintaining data systems and services.
Ability to balance long term strategic needs and immediate operational and programme needs.
Experience of documenting processes and policies and communicating these effectively to all stakeholders.
Strong interpersonal and influencing skills, with the ability to form positive relationships with colleagues with a wide range of backgrounds, knowledge and skills.
Excellent communication skills, with the ability to present complex data and processes simply and with impact.
Experience of working on varied and competing projects, with the ability to adapt and prioritise where necessary.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Responsible for ensuring that robust, timely and aligned evidence is readily available from across the breadth of Trussell Trust’s programmes and projects, including those of the Foodbank Network. This role holds responsibility for developing and updating impact frameworks, ensuring that accurate data are collected in line with these frameworks, and overseeing and shaping the way in which we communicate our impact. Working across service delivery, policy influencing and attitudinal change activities, this role is responsible for the delivery of the organisation’s annual Impact Report, and for providing effective oversight and guidance to team members to support impact reporting and evaluation at a programme and project level.
- Support the Head of Impact and Evidence, by leading the operational planning and coordination of our impact measurement work, working collaboratively with colleagues across the organisation to ensure that our approach to evidencing impact is effective, inclusive, consistent and reflects our values.
- Act as owner of our organisational Theory of Change, maintaining the evidence base by bringing together data from across programmes, projects and external sources and highlighting where underpinning assumptions or activity may not be aligned.
- Working closely with colleagues in Strategic Communications and Strategic Intelligence, develop and extend our internal, network and external-facing impact reporting, including managing delivery of our annual Impact Report and ensuring relevant impact data is readily available for support-raising teams.
- Provide expert advice to support effective decision-making about our approach to impact and evaluation, and lead a team of monitoring and evaluation specialists, drawing on their skills in qualitative and quantitative research design and analysis, and ensuring that our Impact and Evaluation team is able to provide a consistent and high-performing service to other teams across the organisation.
- Where necessary, advise on, project manage, and deliver or commission complex evaluations or impact analysis of our programmes as required, working collaboratively with staff accountable for programme delivery.
- Work with team managers and the Head of Impact and Evidence to facilitate regular opportunities for Trussell Trust staff and food bank network colleagues to learn from evaluation and monitoring work, including through workshops and webinars, in ways that promote reflective practice and inform programme development.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Head of Digital Marketing
Civitas Recruitment are proud to be working with an international Islamic food charity determined to free people from devastating hunger. The charity develops and delivers charity projects so they can have the greatest impact possible on the lives of some of the world’s poorest people and most vulnerable people in regions such as Afghanistan, Malawi, Pakistan and Bangladesh. An exciting opportunity exists for a Head of Digital Marketing to join the team. As Head of Digital Marketing, you will be responsible for the strategic management and executing of the charity’s website and online marketing initiatives to support the lead generation, branding and social media objectives of the charity. You will manage a small team and be a budget holder. This is a permanent, full-time role home based in the UK.
Who are we looking for?
Ideal candidates will possess experience of managing PPC, SEO, FB ads and affiliate programmes. Candidates will have a strong understanding of current online marketing concepts, strategy, and best practise. Previous experience of similar budgets and/or ecommerce websites and people management experience are essential for this role as is working with stakeholders and managing agencies. You will be able to thrive in a fast-paced environment and excel at handling multiple concurrent projects and must be able to understand how to measure the effectiveness of online marketing efforts and provide reports to executive management. You will be highly creative and also be able to demonstrate an affinity to the charity and its mission. Suitable applicants from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
If the above role description sounds of interest and you feel like you meet the criteria; please apply immediately or for further information, please contact Syed at Civitas Recruitment for a full JD and informal discussion. Early applications are encouraged as we will be reviewing on a rolling basis.