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JOB DESCRIPTION: Head of Research and Evaluation (Maternity Cover – Fixed Term for up to 12 months)
Reports to Chief Executive
Location Remote (with some travel to Bristol and London, subject to any national restrictions)
Research and Evaluation Manager
Evaluation and Learning Manager
MAIN PURPOSE OF POST
- To ensure the effective delivery of Women’s Aid’s research and evaluation strategy and programme of work, including data collection, analysis and reporting.
- To champion the role of evidence in meeting the needs of diverse survivors, including developing and implementing new processes and ways of working to strengthen evidence based policy and practice.
- To oversee the Research and Evaluation department including all aspects of performance management and department and personal development, departmental budgets, and the delivery of high quality, timely activity.
- As part of the Senior Leadership Team, to support the development and delivery of the organisational strategy, drawing on relevant evidence and expertise to make recommendations and advise on policies, systems and processes in line with Women’s Aid’s values.
- To hold high level and influencing relationships externally including with academics, national and local government, services, global corporates and funders.
- To support the Chief Executive to ensure knowledge is centred and drives organisational strategy and decision-making
- To ensure that the organisations research and evaluation outputs are all targeted towards delivering strategic change, as part of a whole organisation approach
DUTIES AND KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Management and Leadership
- To lead and represent the Research and Evaluation department, ensuring that Women’s Aid’s work is rooted in robust evidence that centres the voices and experiences of diverse survivors and Women’s Aid’s members.
- To work closely with colleagues from departments across the organisation to ensure that Women’s Aid’s programme of research and evaluation effectively informs and supports their work.
- To promote the development and implementation of planning, accountability and evaluation systems across Women’s Aid.
- To serve on the Senior Leadership Team, drawing on relevant evidence and expertise to advise on and ensure the effective delivery of organisational strategy, business plan policies and processes.
- To ensure cross-organisational involvement to augment the impact of all research and evaluation products; ensuring strategic influencing plans and objectives are in place, together with robust delivery and production protocols and sign-off procedures.
- Support the Chief Executive to ensure knowledge is centred and drives organisational strategy and decision-making through developing robust processes and mechanisms for this.
- To ensure efficient and effective internal communication, information flows and to foster co-operation between staff.
- To work with colleagues to maximise opportunities and resolve problems and issues in a timely manner.
- To take part at Women’s Aid AGM and Annual conference as required and present regular written reports as necessary.
- To manage special short term projects concerned with the development or operation of Women’s Aid as required.
- To manage strategic projects with key external stakeholders.
2. Strengthening evidence-based policy and practice
- To oversee the development and delivery of Women’s Aid’s annual research and evaluation business plan, and to monitor and evaluate the success of those targets on an annual cycle, in consultation with the Women’s Aid wider team and members.
- To lead on an on-going strategic and cross-organisational programme of work to centre evidence in policy and practice, including working with colleagues to develop new processes and procedures to strengthen the use of internal and external data and research, monitoring the external research environment and developing the use and presentation of data to increase its accessibility to and impact on key audiences.
- To oversee the development of Women’s Aid’s data systems to make use of new technologies and techniques and ensure optimum use of data collected.
- To ensure the provision of information and advice on domestic abuse to the national network of local Women’s Aid members, relevant agencies and partnerships, as well as Women’s Aid national team.
- To ensure the Chief Executive, Executive Leadership Team and relevant staff are kept up to date with all relevant developments in the field of domestic abuse, and the wider issues of violence against women and girls as relevant.
- To work with the Head of Policy and Campaigns to ensure effective engagement on policy and research by Women’s Aid.
3. Income generation
- To explore opportunities for funding and income generation through Women’s Aid’s data, research and expertise.
3. Line Management
- To carry out management, supervision, appraisal, accountability and development of staff in the Research and Evaluation department to ensure high quality service and achievement of the annual business plan.
- To ensure the successful recruitment, induction and initial training of all staff within the Research and Evaluation department.
- To foster a supportive, positive and impactful working environment that reflects Women’s Aid’s values.
- To oversee the work of the department and ensure good cross-departmental working.
- To manage consultants as required.
4. Department budget
- To ensure proper management of any delegated budgets, participate in budgeting and financial management.
- To support the development of budgets for fundraising bids which include the work of the team.
5. General Responsibilities
- To maintain clear and adequate records of work done and to produce reports on work programmes and activities as required by the Chief Executive.
- To contribute to team meetings and organisational priorities, to prepare and participate in supervision and appraisal meetings.
- To be on call for support with research queries from the media when required and to be a media spokeswoman for the organisation alongside a bank of others.
- To provide back up and support for the management of other staff or to ensure their tasks are covered when they or their manager is absent (by agreement and if required).
- To assist in the organisation of conferences or events organised by Women’s Aid, if required.
- To abide by all organisational policies, codes of conduct and practice, and to ensure this is carried out throughout the Charity, and to work within a framework of equal opportunities and anti-discriminatory practice.
- To be flexible within the broad remit of the post.
- To cover for line manager as appropriate
PERSON SPECIFICATION: Head of Research and Evaluation (Maternity Cover)
- Significant qualitative and quantitative social research techniques in a work environment
- Leading team members to develop and deliver project plans and new policies and procedures
- Collaboration with partners and stakeholders to achieve meaningful outcomes, including effective engagement with high-level stakeholders
- Using data and evidence to influence policy and practice
- Reviewing and communicating data and research findings to diverse audiences
- Developing and reviewing business plans, including setting performance measures
- Setting and monitoring budgets
- Developing and implementing processes and new ways of working
- Ability to deliver complex briefings (on occasions at short-notice)
- Fundraising or income generation experience
- Working on research in the context of VAWG
- Advising on organisational strategy and policy development
SKILLS & ABILITIES
- Excellent and proven research and evaluation skills
- Highly developed analytical skills, with the ability to apply creative solutions to complex problems
- Ability to plan and deliver projects within a set timeframe and with clear outputs/outcomes
- Excellent communication skills and ability to communicate data and research findings to diverse audiences
- Ability to work on own initiative and collaborate effectively with colleagues and partners to meet objectives in a complex, changing environment
- Supportive and positive leadership style, with an ability to support team members to deliver on both personal and organisational objectives
- Demonstrable commitment to and ability to model Women’s Aid’s values
- Proficient in diverse technology platforms for communication and delivery, for example delivering presentations over video conferencing software
- Advanced IT skills, including experience of developing or managing large databases or systems for gathering and analysing complex data
- An understanding of a range of methods for monitoring and evaluation
- Knowledge of quantitative and qualitative research methods
- An understanding of the issues facing diverse women and children affected by domestic and sexual violence and in relation to the provision of effective service provision in the VAWG arena
- An understanding of the impact of structural inequalities on minoritised women and children
- Demonstrable commitment to research ethics
- Knowledge and experience of the VAWG or voluntary sector
- Participatory, anti-colonial and anti-oppressive research techniques
- Understanding of policy development
- PhD Degree or equivalent relevant experience.
- Able to demonstrate a commitment and sensitivity of the aims and objectives of Women’s Aid;
- Commitment to anti-discriminatory practice and equal opportunities;
- Willingness to work occasional unsocial hours as required.
- To be flexible within the broad remit of the post and undertake any other duties commensurate with the grade and level within the organisation
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Brentry & Henbury Children's Centre is a local based non-profit making charity providing daycare and family support services.
We offer free on-site parking, paid DBS check, good bus network, holiday entitlement increases with service, Christmas closure and discounted staff lunches.
We are reviewing applications and interviewing suitable candidates on a rolling basis and encourage people to apply as soon as possible. The vacancy may close early dependent on suitable applicants
Job Purpose: To lead the organisation in achieving its aims
Salary: £40,254 –£ 46,264 subject to experience
Location: Brentry, Bristol
Reports to: The Board of Trustees
Hours: Full time (38.5 hours, evening and weekend as appropriate)
Annual leave: 25 days plus public holidays
Key responsibilities of the role include:
Developing and articulating the vision and strategy of the Children’s Centre, driving implementation.
Ensuring the integrity and quality of service delivery and that all statutory obligations are met.
Effective staff management.
Ensuring the financial stability and security of the organisation.
Prior experience in Early Years is not a pre-requisite, however may be advantageous.
A strong, insightful, dedicated leader with an ability to motivate and inspire colleagues to achieve the aims of the organisation, in the context of meeting the aspirations and needs of the local community.
A capacity for sound judgement informed by sensitivity, emotional intelligence and exemplary professional standards.
Excellent communication skills, both orally and in the written word, in individual and group situations.
Motivation, persistence, flexibility and drive to capture opportunities and embrace new initiatives that result in service and workforce development and improvement.
A natural grasp of business practice and financial management.
Minimum Degree level or equivalent
Evidence of Post Graduate Study
Management qualification, or commitment to achieving such in the future
Current driving licence and daily access to a vehicle with appropriate insurance are essential to carrying out this role.
Application forms can be found on our website. A full job description can be found on our eteach page.
Completed application forms must be received by: 9.00am Tuesday 22 February 2022
Interview date: to be confirmed
Ideal Start date: As soon as possible
BHCC is an equal opportunities employer. We welcome applications from people of all backgrounds including ex-offenders. We can only accept applications from candidates who have the right to work in the UK.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Oasis Community Partnerships is looking for someone who can combine an entrepreneurial flair and excellent leadership skills to become the new Community Hub Leader supporting the established Hub at North Bristol.
The post holder will lead the development of the Hub based in the Lawrence Weston area of Bristol supporting the Academies and wider local community, and to hold the vision of integrated community delivery, which will include a range of services such as family support, holiday provision, volunteering, Youth mentoring, employability and NEET prevention. We are looking for an experienced Community Leader who will take the Hub Charity to the next stage of development and grow the local community movement through our Christ-centred ethos. Some of the specific duties of this role include:
- planning, resource and coordinate the community Hub plan, measuring impact.
- building supportive working partnerships across the community and various groups.
- leading Hub strategic development (e.g. comms, income generation, MEL)
- developing a team that can grow an Oasis Movement (e.g. engaging staff, volunteers and community workers).
This is very much a relational and project management role. As such, the successful applicant will need to demonstrate:
- experience of leading community delivery and growing projects from start-up phase.
- innovative use of resources and budget management to maximise funding.
- a thorough knowledge and understanding community work.
- an education to degree level or equivalent and /or relevant professional qualification.
This is a unique opportunity for a self-reliant and results-focused individual, who is looking to make a difference in this complex and high-profile field of work. In return we offer:
- Flexible working practices which encourages innovation and fresh ideas.
- A supportive network and friendly team in a motivating working environment.
- A non-contributory defined benefit pension scheme with 7% employer contributions.
- 25 days holiday per year (plus Bank Holidays), rising to 30 days after 2 years of service.
This will be a rolling recruitment campaign so we invite you go to the Oasis UK charity website for further details on how to apply. CVs will not be accepted after Midday, Monday 7th February 2022. First round of interviews will be held on 10th February with final interviews on Thursday 17th February, in Bristol.
We actively encourage applications from people of all ethnic backgrounds and minority and underrepresented groups. If you require any assistance to overcome potential barriers, please let us know. Oasis is committed to making a difference to the lives of the communities it works in, and as such you must show a willingness to demonstrate commitment to the values and behaviours which flow from the Oasis ethos.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff to share this commitment and to undergo appropriate checks, including enhanced DBS checks. The successful candidate will need to show proof of right to work in the UK.
Based in North Bristol
Full Time (40 hours per week), Permanent Contract
£31,919 – 35,934 per annum
Oasis supports Equal Opportunities. Registered Charity No. 1163889
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Reporting directly to the CEO, this position forms part of the SMT with responsibility for a small, creative team to support long term growth.
Location: Bristol with flexibile working
Motivation is an international development organisation, focused on transforming the lives of disabled people around the world. It’s both a charity and a social enterprise, focused on making the biggest impact possible and influencing systems change, alongside delivery and support. They work closely with country teams, policy makers and partners, advocating for the rights of disabled people and empowering them to stay healthy, access education/employment, and participate in their communities.
It’s an organisation that packs a punch, focused on long-term sustainability and adaptability to achieve the greatest impact. They push barriers when it comes to product and design, developing cost-effective and suitable solutions that allow for greater inclusion and support. This includes exciting and innovative partnership work with the likes of the International Paralympic Committee to design low-cost sports wheelchairs and open up the world of sport to thousands of people worldwide.
The Head of Partnerships & Philanthropy is a key role for Motivation, playing an active role in the Senior Management Team as the organisational lead for fundraising. As such, we’re looking for an experienced fundraiser with a passion for creating a more inclusive world for disabled people. As Head of Partnerships and Philanthropy you’ll be an ambitious and passionate fundraising leader, with a track record of securing sustainable income from a range of sources, including partnerships and HNWIs.
As Head of Partnerships & Philanthropy you will:
- Have overall responsibility for developing a global fundraising strategy, with a long term focus on growth and alignment to organisational ambitions;
- Act as an active member of SMT, working collaboratively with peers to share leadership responsibility;
- Work closely with key stakeholders and trustees to maximise network opportunities and increase funding support for Motivation;
- Line manage a small and creative team, developing their broader skills whilst embedding a culture of collaborative fundraising across the organisation;
- Remain hands on, directing the development of a sustainable and diverse portfolio of funding opportunities to maximise income growth from varied sources (specifically individuals, major donors, corporates, trusts and foundations)
The role would best suit:
- An individual with expertise of high value fundraising and a demonstrable track record of securing long term, committed support from donors and partners;
- Someone with strategy development expertise, keen to lead a small and creative team to deliver a global fundraising strategy that supports organisational aims;
- An ambitious fundraiser with a creative mindset and the passion to come up with new ideas and funding opportunities;
- A credible and inspiring leader, able to develop the team to adopt an agile and adaptable approach to fundraising to ensure that income generation continues to change and evolve alongside the external environment.
The deadline for applications is 31st January with interviews to commence the following week. Please get in touch for further details.
Caring in Bristol has grown rapidly in the last three years and our Head of Trusts and Foundations will bring the added maturity and experience to consolidate our growth and unlock the next period of development. In particular, they will lead the development of services/the organisation that create new strategic, multi-year funding opportunities from the UK’s most significant funders, including statutory sources.
The role is part of the Senior Management Team and Trustee-level Finance Committee, reports to the Director/Director of Fundraising, and currently manages a portfolio of funders donating £500-600k p.a., managing a Grants Relationship Lead.
The role is a key strategic advisor to the Director, Senior Management Team and Trustees, and is instrumental in helping set multi-year budgets and investment and managing internal progress/expectations towards income growth. You’ll work closely with our service and monitoring and evaluation teams, helping shape the project, impact and reporting needed to support this.
We’re looking for an experienced, skilled ‘partnership builder’ who can open, navigate and lead complex institutional funders towards deeper involvement with Caring in Bristol’s vision. Building relationships with other charities/delivery partners is also important, to help spot opportunities for co-working/co-funding that can open/develop funding relationships.
An understanding of homelessness/related funders and the wider system of operation/influence will be needed, as you’ll be representing this knowledge internally to shape our decision making at the highest level.
Strong written, interpersonal, relationship and proposition development skills are a must, with the ability to persuade and influence senior decision makers a key responsibility.
We offer great flexibility around working arrangements and you can largely organise your working hours to suit you. We have a vibrant and relaxed work culture, the chance to make the job your own, and to take our organisation on its next important step.
We are committed to increasing diversity of staff within Caring in Bristol and within the Charity Sector as a whole.
We especially welcome applications from people with lived experience of homelessness. Black, Asian and ethnic minority candidates are particularly encouraged to apply for these roles. We welcome applications from everyone who meets the requirements of the Person Specifications. We encourage applications from all gender identities and sexual orientations; we are committed to equal opportunity, equal treatment and respect for every individual. If you have special access requirements, please do let us know.
We offer, and value, flexible working. As a charity we are proud to be committed to mental health awareness and to actively supporting the wellbeing of the team.
- Lead the Trusts and Foundations function internally and externally, setting the strategy for income growth from institutional sources and managing all progress towards this.
- Advise the Senior Management Team and Trustees on strategic and operational issues that have an institutional funding component, helping find workable solutions and managing funder input accordingly.
- Set achievable budgets for trust, foundation and statutory income and identify and lead the organisational development needed to support sustainable relationships with funders.
- Integrate effectively with the service delivery team, helping build fundable services, robust cases for funding and funder development activities that support sustainable growth.
- Monitor and nurture the trust and foundation ‘market’, spotting and opening application opportunities and feeding back relevant insight to the charity.
- Lead on the scoping of new growth-funding streams, particularly statutory funding and social enterprise, to support the organisations sustainability.
- Lead the development and management of all funder relationships in-line with our strategy and budgets, ensuring the sustainable growth of funding for core and project activities.
- Lead the development and delivery of appropriate ‘donor experiences’, including feedback, reporting and funder visits, to sustain and develop funder relationships.
- Prepare and submit well-written, compelling, and complete funding applications of the highest standard to a diverse range of funders and manage their preparation through others in the team.
- Scope opportunities of pro bono support from funders and partners, identifying organisational need and matching this need to support offered.
- Act as the partnership-building expert internally, advising the Director, Director of Income Generation and the wider Senior Management Team on all matters relating to strategic commercial relationships at Caring in Bristol.
- Broker relationships with other charities/delivery partners to support new funding opportunities.
- Lead on the development of a ‘funder friendly’ culture at Caring in Bristol, helping deepen funder involvement with organisational strategy and project development.
- Work closely with the wider charity to develop our research and evaluation capabilities to support trust and foundation relationships.
- Help amplify the findings of research and evaluation with key audiences externally, especially within or related to trusts and foundations, to develop the reputation of the charity.
Organisational relationships & management
- Establish productive relationships with the Senior Management Team.
- Line-manage, support and develop the Grants Relationship Lead and other team members in line with their job description and responsibilities.
- Design and manage departmental budgets agreed at the beginning of each financial year.
- Identify and manage resources, key directories and publications necessary to support this research.
- Support the Director of Income Generation and Director with the overall fundraising and organisational strategy, taking on other duties as required.
- To attend events as a representative of Caring in Bristol as required.
- Alongside your income generation colleagues, to take responsibility for ensuring our office environment is a healthy, positive and professional space to work;
- To follow organisational policies and procedures and observe the Code of Conduct;
- To actively participate in and attend supervisions, annual appraisal processes and identified training;
- Undertaking any other reasonable task as requested.
Skills and experience
We expect you to meet most of these criteria. However, we don’t expect you to meet every point and welcome applicants with transferrable skills and an ability to apply themselves in a new context.
- Demonstratable experience leading and growing the trust, foundation and/or statutory department/income at other not-for-profit organisations.
- Complete confidence in acquiring and managing sizeable (£100k p.a.) multi-year relationships with funders.
- Experience managing organisational/service development to open new institutional funding opportunities from trust, foundation, and statutory sources.
- Experience of partnership working, and the skills for developing, negotiating, and maintaining multi-organisational agreements.
- Experience advising charity leadership (SMT, Trustees) on decision making that has an institutional funding component.
- Strong communication/interpersonal skills, with the ability to build rapport quickly and influence at senior levels.
- Strong persuasive writing skills and the ability to influence people ‘off the page’.
- Experience of organisational research/evaluation programmes, and how to communicate and leverage results externally.
- Knowledge of what sector leadership and innovation looks like for not-for-profit organisations.
- Experience of managing and motivating a team of staff.
- Strong IT skills.
- Solid organisational skills including consistency, accuracy, and an eye for detail.
- Empathy with Caring in Bristol’s organisational values.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
This is a new role and big step for the organisation. The primary responsibility of the Operations Director will be to ensure that the systems, HR policies, processes and support are in place and implemented to deliver, maintain and build sustainable organisational growth.
You will be responsible for the following areas:
- Implementation of our 3 year Strategy including detailed annual planning
- Shaping, implementing and strengthening the charity’s policies, processes, management and infrastructure to support its continued growth and impact
- Finance – management and accounts, and budget generation
- Fundraising and other income generating activities
- Overseeing the operation of our Library of Things, Repair Cafes and other projects
- People management and development, including resource planning
- Premises and facilities management
- Marketing and communications - internally and externally
- Project oversight and development
You will lead or be responsible for delivering the following activities,
Lead the management and growth of our activities including the Library of Things, Repair Cafes, Home Kit and HOW TO Workshops and other projects in line with our vision and strategy.
Effective budget planning and control covering all income and expenditure.
Human Resource Management
The management and effective deployment of two part-time General Managers, 150+ volunteers, other freelance staff and interns.
Implement HR processes covering performance management and appraisal.
Forward resource planning in line with our strategy
Marketing, Social Media, Public Relations and Communications
Oversee the promotion of our activities across all media channels
Lead the social media & publicity team.
Ensure that internal communication, particularly to our volunteers is regular, relevant and effective to develop their engagement
Ensure that the charity’s work and its Vision are consistently presented in strong, positive images to all relevant stakeholders, including potential funders.
Alongside the Trustees and volunteers to lead the fundraising to deliver our three year strategy by:
- identifying funding sources,
- establishing strategies to approach funders,
- submitting proposals and administering fundraising records and documentation.
Work alongside volunteers and staff to create effective project proposals and budgets
Advocacy, Partnership & Business Development
Develop support for Share and Repair along with progressing and maintaining senior level contacts; develop partnerships with supporters and donors.
Represent the charity in a networking capacity, seeking out and investing in beneficial partnerships with other environmental organisations - charities, local authorities and schools.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Would you love the opportunity to apply your marketing and communications skills to one of the most exciting Charity Partnerships of 2022?
Charity People are thrilled to be working with Together for Short Lives to recruit the team that will be manging the delivery of their £10million Partnership with Morrisons, launching in February. Together for Short Lives is here to make sure that 99,000 seriously ill children and their families across the UK can make the most of every moment they have together.
A unique role, as Marketing Executive, you will be dedicated to providing marketing and communications expertise for the charity's flagship partnership with Morrison's. Working within the Partnerships team, you'll also work closely with the wider Communications team, the charity's 54 hospice partners, as well as Morrison's customers and colleagues to create key messages, content, and activity to drive engagement and motivation.
This is a phenomenal opportunity to help engage stakeholders and the public to support the generation of millions of pounds of income for the charity, and to diversify your skill set within the charity sector in a role where you'll see really tangible results across engagement and income generation.
Core responsibilities within your role will include leading on content creation and developing assets to powerfully convey the impact and breadth of Together for Short Lives' work. You will be responsible for creating tools and activities to communicate effectively across Morrisons' diverse workforce; developing tailored communications plans that tell powerful stories in partnership with colleagues from local hospices; creating engaging opportunities to promote income generation to new and existing audiences across a range of media, including digital channels; and developing strong relationships with Morrisons colleagues across the business to build integrated plans for partnership communication.
We are looking for someone with excellent creative skills who is confident in all aspects of digital communication with excellent stakeholder relationship management ability. You will ideally be versed in digital fundraising and online supporter journeys.
In terms of experience, you will have experience of working within charity communications or marketing; and experience of developing campaign ideas as well as designing and testing campaigns and messages. We'd love to see applications from people with experience of pitching stories to the media; delivering and developing marketing strategies; and of using a range of digital, written and multimedia approaches to engage audiences.
This role is a 3 year FTC for the duration of the partnership.
You will be home based and location is flexible within England, Scotland or Wales - with travel to Bristol and Bradford when required, as well as some national travel to hospices and stores. Together for Short Lives have a fantastic culture and are happy to discuss flexible working arrangements including job shares.
Please get in touch with a copy of your CV to Alice Wood at Charity People for an initial discussion about the role.
Closing: 4th February but please get in touch ASAP so we can get excited together sooner!
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 we work with.
RSPB Cymru is recruiting for a Senior Fundraising Officer to join our Grants, Trusts and Corporates team.
Senior Fundraising Officer - Wales - (Full-Time) Maternity Cover
Location: Flexible in Wales
Salary: £25,280.00 - £28,045.00 Per Annum
Benefits: Pension, Annual Leave, Life Assurance
Duration: March 2022 - March 2023
This role can be based at either the RSPB Cardiff or Bangor offices but is likely to include some home working. If you have enthusiasm for nature conservation and the work of the RSPB and can demonstrate your talents and transferable skills for fundraising, with an emphasis on grants, trusts and corporates, we would like to hear from you.
We are looking for a motivated individual with enthusiasm, resource and initiative, who can collaborate across teams to deliver high-quality funding bids. You will join project teams, develop excellent relationships across RSPB Cymru and UK teams and with a range of significant funders and partners, in order to directly contribute to income generation.
The role will involve you working alongside the Head of Fundraising Development the rest of the team to develop and implement fundraising strategy. You may line manage Fundraising Officers, lead on large scale, complex funding bids and multi-stakeholder partnerships. We are looking for experience of leadership, working with and through others to achieve results, being part of project teams, extracting the best from individuals and achieving success through partnership working.
You will make a significant contribution to developing projects and be responsible for compiling high quality funding applications to secure income for our fantastic portfolio of work including nature reserves, visitor facilities, people engagement and nature recovery projects. Bidding for funds will require an individual with persuasive writing, an eye for detail, an inquisitive nature and confidence with finances.
We are looking for demonstratable experience in:
- Grants, Trusts and Corporates Fundraising
- Budget creation and financial competency
- Working with or within the charity sector
- Collaboration across teams and with external partnerships
- Ability to plan a funding or advocacy approach and negotiate a successful outcome
- Balancing funder or partner’s desired outcomes, whilst maintaining organisational/project priorities
- Understanding of the geography, culture and political scene (Welsh policies) in Wales
And with skills in:
- Persuasive and succinct verbal and written communication
- Excellent organisational and time management skills, with the ability to self-start, prioritise work and meet deadlines
- Attention to detail
- Competent computer skills with emphasis on Microsoft Office (Excel, Outlook, Teams etc)
- Developing internal and external relationships
Closing date: 23:59, 25 January 2022
To Apply and for More Information:
If you would like to apply and find out more about this position, please click the apply button to be directed to our website.
The RSPB is an equal opportunities employer. This role is covered by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974.
No agencies please.
Do you have excellent communication skills? Are you looking for a new opportunity in a growing and forward thinking organisation? If so, we want to hear from you.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Housing Officer to join our talented Supported Housing Management team. You will be working out in the field, carrying out estate based housing management in the Weston-super-Mare and Bristol areas.
You will provide housing advice, signposting and support to enable our customers to maintain their tenancies effectively. As the properties sit within Supported Housing, you will be working alongside Support teams to ensure the needs of their clients and commissioners are met. The properties provide short term accommodation, to 18 to 30 year olds enduring homelessness and may be single or with a child.
On a day to day basis, you will work closely with customers, Support teams, Local Authorities and other teams within LiveWest. You will be a hardworking and enthusiastic individual who is solution focused and will use their initiative, experience, and skills to help us provide excellent housing and customer services.
This role is being offered on a permanent full time basis, working 37 hours per week.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of vulnerable groups, and expect all colleagues to share this commitment. Appointment to the post will be subject to a satisfactory enhanced check via the Disclosure and Barring Service.
About The Candidate
To be considered for the role of Housing Officer - Supported Housing, you will have:
- Knowledge of housing law and welfare benefits in relation to housing management
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills, as well as good numerical skills
- The ability to work on your own as well as part of a team
- Good problem solving skills and a desire to confront and solve problems
- Ability to manage rent accounts and income management.
- Full UK Driving licence and access to vehicle
We are looking someone who has experience of working in social housing, preferably within tenancy management and be able to demonstrate innovative problem solving and negotiating skills, coupled with a genuine desire to provide excellent customer care.
What we offer:
- Defined Contribution pension scheme – employer contribution of 6% - 9%
- Discretionary Bonus scheme
- Death in Service benefit (3 x salary)
- 26 days annual leave plus bank holidays with service related increase to your entitlement up to 30 days plus an option to purchase extra annual leave
- Family Friendly policies
- Health Cash Plan including dental and optical cover
- Employee Assistance Programme
- Health and Wellbeing programme which includes enhanced sick pay, monthly campaigns, training and yearly flu jabs
- Cycle to Work scheme
- Car Benefit scheme
- Learning and Development including coaching and professional qualification support
- Volunteering days
About The Company
LiveWest provides over 38,000 homes to over 80,000 people throughout the South West from Gloucestershire to the Isles of Scilly. We have plans to build over 6,000 homes in the area over the next five years, developing new homes of all tenures including low-cost rent and sale, market rent and sale, and a range of supported housing and intermediate housing products, creating choice and flexibility.
As well as developing new homes, we continue to invest in existing properties and communities. Through the stability of good housing, we place better living for better lives at the centre of our mission both today and for generations to come. At LiveWest we believe in a home for everyone.
As an Inclusive Employer, we celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all colleagues. For further information about our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion policy, please visit our website.
OTR is looking for a creative and personable individual to identify, promote and nurture community involvement in OTR; championing fundraisers, donors, event hosts and those in the community supporting OTR with skill-sharing offers.
OTR has an ever-growing base of support within the local community, with individuals and groups doing amazing things to raise funds, awareness and advocacy for our work with young people. The Community Fundraiser will encourage, assist and work creatively alongside our supporters so that they fully realise their ambitions to support our work, ensuring that they feel valued and driven.
If this opportunity sounds exciting, please download the job pack for more information.
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We welcome applications from all sections of the community and are committed to developing a team that reflects the diversity of the people we work with.
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