246 Income generation manager jobs
Salary: £21,126 per annum
Hours/Contract: Full time
Contract Type: Permanent
Closing date: 7th July 2022
Interview date: TBC
The Chilwell store has two purposes:
- As a DONATION CENTRE - it will function as a shop, selling Donated goods and also normal range of Bought In Goods. It will include sorting donated goods to be sent on to other shops within the District which are "stock poor".
- The COMMUNTY HUB will sit within the shop and is a space where the local community can come in and find out about the services that Marie Curie offer, where people can talk to trained "Brand Ambassadors" in the shop, who will be able to signpost them to the services.
The Retail & Community Hub manager will work closely with our retail district managers and focus on leading our people, products and culture.
They role will be responsible for driving sales and creating long term relationships with our customers and enabling their team to create an inviting shop which drives sales and promotes excellent customer service.
You will ensure the team can confidently articulate the Marie Curie purpose, our case for support (both financial and stock generation), engage well within the community to maximise all potential income opportunities and ensure we can direct those seeking our support to the most appropriate point of contact.
The role provides the link between retail and our traditional fundraising teams; helping understand and develop opportunities that can be found in local areas.
What we are looking for:
- Good interpersonal skills and a passion for our brand
- A driven individual, who strives to maximise profit through achieving targets
- Experience in retail management, as well as the coaching and development of staff
- Confidence to introduce donation asks such as gift aid, regular giving, legacies etc.
- Communication skills - Ability to promote current campaigns/promotions
- Patience, empathy and the ability to lead the team by example
- An emotionally intelligent individual, who is eager to learn and develop in the role
What's in it for you:
- Marie Curie Group Personal Pension Scheme & Life Assurance
- Leading training programmes & continuous development
- Employee wellbeing hub and our Employee Assistance Programme
- Loans for season tickets, bikes and laptops available
- Financial wellbeing resources, updates and support
- Discount schemes for high street and online retailers
This role will be subject to receiving a satisfactory basic criminal record check.
Marie Curie is committed to its values, which underpin our work. We take stringent steps to ensure that the people who join our organisation through employment or volunteering, are suitable for their roles and are committed to safeguarding all our people from harm. This includes our staff, volunteers and all those who use or come into contact with our services. We are dedicated to creating not just a safe place to work but also a supportive and rewarding one.
We are committed to a world where everyone can thrive and fulfil their potential. We are devoted to the social justice imperatives and organisational benefits of full diversity, inclusion and equity in the workplace, and are a Stonewall champion. We actively encourage and welcome applications from candidates of diverse cultures, perspectives and lived experiences.
We reserve the right to close this vacancy early. Agencies need not apply.
Every day of your life matters - from the first to the last. When you work for Marie Curie, you understand that better than ever. We're a passionate, committed and diverse team of more than 4,400 staff and 12,000 volunteers, here for people living with any terminal illness, and their families. We offer expert care, guidance and support, to help them get the most from the time they have left.
Everyone knows our daffodil, but it's our warmth, creativity and care that touch lives. Here, we take the time to really get to know the people we care for and those who love them. And we do whatever it takes to give them the final days and hours they deserve.
Corporate Partnerships Manager
Charity People are thrilled to be partnered with a leading children's charity whose mission is to end cruelty to children. Every childhood is worth fighting for. This is our belief. We all share it. And it drives our Income Generation team to get out there and bring in the funds we need to protect children and prevent abuse.
We've been here for children for over 100 years. From our campaigns to our services- we strive to make a difference in everything we do. Between 2016 and 2021, we've helped make 6.6 million children safer from abuse.
Culture & Benefits
* Competitive salary of £31K plus home working allowance & inner/out London allowances where applicable
* Full time 35 hr week (condensed hours over 4 days would be considered)
* Excellent benefits including 29 days annual leave + bank holidays, employee benefits, assistance programme, generous matched pension, and life assurance schemes
* Full induction and supportive approach to career development
We are looking for an enthusiastic and confident Corporate Partnerships Manager to join the team to help deliver a portfolio of exciting corporate partnerships and to identify and secure new corporate partnerships across the London & South-East region as well as support the work of the wider UK team. This brilliant role will give you the chance to change the future for thousands of children.
The role sits within the Regional Corporate Partnerships team, which is one of the longest established, regionally based corporate teams in the third sector, with a track record of working with some of the largest and most dynamic businesses in the country.
It has delivered strategic partnerships, commercial activity, and all sizes of charity of the year programmes. Members of the team have gone on to senior leadership positions within the charity and led teams at other well-known charities.
We are looking for someone with well-developed business acumen and experience of working with one or more commercial sectors. You will have experience and success in developing relationships in order to achieve results within a fundraising, sales or marketing environment. You will be committed to maximising income generation and you will have experience of delivering strategic plans, budget management and generating new business.
You will have a proven track record of delivery against high targets and be organised, ambitious, commercial, tenacious and ready for a challenge.
Whilst the role is primarily home based, there is an expectation for the successful candidate to travel freely across the London & South-East region, plus occasionally travel to other parts of the country for team meetings, training and to support the wider team.
In return, we can offer a flexible working arrangement to ensure a healthy work/life balance. There is the opportunity to work from our HQ in Shoreditch from time to time.
This is a fantastic opportunity to join the UK's leading children's charity and work alongside a friendly, passionate and dedicated team. If you share our passion about the impact you can create for children, we'd love to hear from you.
To apply please send your CV in the first instance to Sharon Cooper at Charity People to [email protected]
We encourage you to apply as soon as possible as interviews are happening on a rolling basis.
Deadline for applications is 13th July.
Charity People actively promotes equality, diversity and inclusion. We match charity needs with skills and experience of candidates, irrespective of age, disability (including hidden disabilities), gender, gender identity or gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, or sexual orientation. We do this because we know greater diversity will lead to even greater results for the charities with which we work.
Do you want to transform the day to day running of an organisation? Are you passionate about business change projects but want more exposure to technology change projects? Do you want a more meaningful role?
When a child is diagnosed with cancer it threatens everything, for them and their family. Young Lives vs Cancer helps children and young people and their families find the strength to face whatever cancer throws at them.
Young Lives vs Cancer is looking for an experienced and passionate Transformation Programme Manager with a curious mind set to lead business transformation projects. This person will play a vital role in helping the charity deliver their services.
Change can feel exhausting to some but the Transformation Programme Manager will feel energised by the possibilities that these projects can bring and with strong presence and authority will lead others to feel the same way. Starting with implementing their fundraising database; the Transformation Programme Manager will manage this project through to post go live and lead our income generation workforce through this change from one system to another. Of course these types of projects often involve knock backs along the way so this individual will have the resilience to manage uncertainty, ambiguity and changing priorities and lead their stakeholders through these times using change and project management practices and tools.
With 5 years+ experience of large scale organisation business transformation projects across a range of different organisational change and transformation initiatives, they can’t wait for you to join Team Young Lives.
This is a great opportunity for a strong Project Manager who wants to gain more experience in leading on Technology change projects.
Hours: 32-35 hours per week
Location: hybrid variable; you can choose from our Bristol or Hammersmith, London as your primary office base with the rest of your time working from home. How often you come into the office will vary and we are open to discussion.
A £4000 completion bonus will be paid at the 2 year completion point.
CVs will be assessed as they come in, so early application is encouraged.
Who are we?
NUS Charity is an exciting organisation developing and championing strong students’ unions. We are the development organisation for our 443 member students’ unions. We connect our members and curate services to deliver advice, guidance and crisis support to students’ unions.
Working shoulder to shoulder with NUS UK, we work to extend and defend the rights of students, and together we ensure that the millions of students across the UK are not only a force to be reckoned with, but they have the representation of strong and powerful students’ unions.
We do professional differently. We are a progressive charity representing students’ unions across the UK. The sector is inclusive, fun, dynamic and representative and we put students and students’ unions at the heart of everything we do. We are challenging but are committed to creating a supportive and flexible environment which pushes your personal development in your everyday activity.
We’re committed to equality of opportunity for all. We welcome applications from individuals regardless of their race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, age, gender, or disability. You can be yourself here whoever you are, be proud of the work you do and build a career in a place that knows different is good.
What we do
Students’ unions can be transformational hubs for students, staff, and wider society. NUS Charity support our member’s development to enhance their capacity and harness opportunities to maximise their positive impact. We do this in many ways, from managing a purchasing consortium to drive great value for our members, to our development activity, supporting the best potential in students’ unions - we strive to make a difference to our members.
Within our small Union Development team we deal with a range of organisational development work, whether that’s being the Returning Officer and supporting students’ union elections, running development events/webinars, helping new students’ unions create the structures that they need, coaching a students’ union leader who needs extra support, helping students’ unions attract and retain their talent, or creating guidance on new legislation that will affect students’ unions – no two days are the same.
What are we looking for in Union Development Project Manager?
We are looking for a values-led people and project manager who can jump into a fast-paced team looking to deliver high quality L&D and Talent attraction services. You need to be able to juggle the needs of our member students’ unions, the NUS Charity strategy and income generation activity to ensure our membership offer is strong and successful.
You need to be a team player and a values-first leader, be great at creating and maintaining relationships and be driven to succeed. You need to live our values and have a clear vision for creating a more diverse and inclusive student movement.
You don’t need to have direct experience in both L&D and Talent – we can teach you the ins and outs. But you do need to understand why our L & D and Talent activity is important, and how we might nurture it to grow.
You will be tasked with managing projects across the wider UD team including our Quality Students’ Unions framework, Employer Brand work, Communities of Practice strategy and development projects more widely. You’ll be responsible for managing our current portfolio whilst also developing new programmes and solutions in Talent and Union Development to support our members even more. As a small team, we all muck in to ensure we deliver for our members, so being willing to drop everything to deliver a piece of work is essential, whilst also ensuring our team have goals and focus to deliver on a more long-term scale.
We aim to practice what we preach so we’re happy to offer a flexible person-centered working environment with a great benefits package including:
- Generous holiday entitlement
- Flexible working opportunities
- Valuable workplace pension
- Enhanced parental pay policies
- Employee assistance programme
What are our values?
We will fight barriers to education, empower students to shape both a quality learning experience and the world around them, supporting influential, democratic and well-resourced students’ unions.
To make this vision a reality, NUS Charity will:
Develop and champion strong students’ unions
NUS Charity Values
Underpinning our vision and mission are our five cultural values that we expect everyone that is part of the organisation to champion and demonstrate every day:
Students’ Union Focussed
We are committed to ensuring that students can thrive. We respect and understand the importance of student leadership and champion our member students’ unions.
We will be welcoming, compassionate and treat our colleagues, members and friends fairly and equally.
We treat each other with respect without fail, promote diversity and seek out new partnerships.
We strive to be anti-oppressive through our actions, reflections, and learning. Using our campaign power, we dismantle the structural barriers to create a liberated, emancipatory society through education.
We have a strong history of change. We recognise those who came before us and champion those who come after us. Our work feeds into a wider movement of social justice; we unionise with others, locally and globally, as we strive for a more just and liberated world.
Democracy is at the heart of what we do and how we organise with collective accountability. We use the power of students and our unions to build a movement that shapes the future of education for the benefit of the wider community. We will use the value of collectivism in our services, our projects and our people.
Closing date for applications: Sunday 3rd July 2022
If you’re successfully shortlisted, we’ll see you at an interview on: 14th July 2022
Location: Homebased (UK)
Contract type: Permanent
Hours: 35 per week
Benefits: As well as a generous annual leave entitlement, we also have a range of policies focused on promoting work life balance. We offer other benefits including pension, EAP scheme and discounts.
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Individual Giving Manager
Location: Home-based, with occasional travel to London and Lingfield
Salary: £36,964 (full time salary) (£29,971 pro rata, based on 30 hours per week)
Permanent, Part-time, 30 hours per week
Closing Date: 12th July 2022
Young Epilepsy is the only UK charity dedicated to creating better lives for children and young people with epilepsy and related conditions.
We provide world-class diagnosis, assessment and rehabilitation for children and young people with epilepsy and also undertake research into the condition and how it can be treated.
We offer a range of support and information for parents, children and young people and training for professionals. Additionally, we also campaign for better access to, and quality of, health and education services, and to raise awareness and increase understanding of epilepsy.
Are you looking for a new challenge or want to take the next step in your fundraising career? This role is a fantastic opportunity for an aspiring individual to grow and develop their fundraising and management skills.
The Individual Giving Manager role is a new and exciting position at Young Epilepsy. Your key focus will be leading multi-channel fundraising campaigns across both acquisition and retention to help deliver long-term, sustainable income and grow the size of the supporter base.
You will develop and implement audience-focused fundraising campaigns taking a data led approach and ensuring excellent supporter experience is at the heart of everything you do.
You will be working with agencies and in house teams to maximise income from a range of new and existing initiatives including cash appeals, in memory giving, regular giving, e-commerce, digital fundraising, lead generation and gaming.
Passionate about supporter experience, you will design and deliver segmented donor journeys and oversee the development of first-class supporter stewardship to maximise opportunities and increase loyalty.
What we need from you
We are seeking a positive, motivated & pro-active individual in order to help us continue to grow support from individuals.
You will have a proven track record of generating income growth from individuals and delivering against financial targets.
You will enjoy project management and have direct marketing experience across traditional channels such as post, phone and digital channels including using social media, website and email.
You will enjoy building and strengthening a variety of relationships, so excellent communication skills are an essential quality for this role.
·Access to coworking space WeWork in London Bridge with onsite coffee, bike access and events
·27 days annual leave plus 8 days Bank Holidays (pro rata if part time)
·Flexible and home working opportunities
·Occupational pension scheme
·Health Insurance Plans (Optional)
·Gym membership options (on and off-site)
·Perkbox, giving you access to nationwide discounts and benefits
·Opportunities for career progression
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. An enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check will be required.
Young Epilepsy strives to employ people that reflect the community it serves; therefore, applications from minority groups and people with disabilities are particularly welcomed.
Young Epilepsy is the operating name of the National Centre for Young People with Epilepsy. Registered Charity No: 311877 (England and Wales).
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Corporate Partnerships Manager
Salary: £38k - £40k per annum (depending on experience and qualifications)
Hours: Full-time, 35 hours per week however, we will consider people who may have a preference to work 28 hours per week or more and some flexible working will also be considered.
Location: Camden, London
In the UK there are more than 1.3 million children and young people living with a disability and nearly four million children living in poverty.
We exist to improve the lives of these children and since 1949 Variety in the UK has raised more than £270m in pursuit of this objective.
Variety provides practical, tangible help that makes an immediate difference, which includes grants for specialist equipment as well as accessible transport used by schools and other non-profit organisations across the UK. Our Great Days Out are legendary.
As with many organisations we are re-calibrating to adjust to the changes that have been brought by the Coronavirus pandemic, which has only increased the demand for what we do.
Our 75th anniversary in 2024 is fast approaching, which gives us a huge opportunity to put 2020/21 firmly behind us, and to re-double our efforts in generating funds, raising our profile, and most importantly increasing the impact and reach to those children and young people who most need our support. The Corporate Partnerships Team plays an integral role in the organisation’s growth.
We are looking for an experienced and highly proactive Corporate Partnerships Manager to secure new strategic, commercial, and charity-of-the-year partnerships, with a focus on those with a high return value.
While your experience can be from within the charity and / or commercial sector, we are seeking a candidate who is target driven, a self-starter and has a record of achieving financial objectives. We are searching for an excellent relationship manager, who can comfortably engage with senior stakeholders to deliver the highest possible supporter journey and experience.
Demonstrable experience of successfully cultivating a pipeline to generate new substantive commercially viable partnerships, along with excellent project management capability and interpersonal skills are all essential to succeed in this exciting and challenging role.
If you can write passionately putting forward a compelling case, and can successfully pitch, present, and tell a story that moves people - then this is the role for you.
Closing Date: Monday 18th July 2022 at 9.00am
Please note applications will be considered on a rolling basis, and chosen candidates interviewed as appropriate, so you are encouraged to apply immediately. We therefore reserve the right to close the vacancy earlier than advertised if sufficient applications are received, and we are successful in recruiting from early applications.
Unfortunately, we are unable to reply to everyone who applies, so only applicants shortlisted for interview will be contacted.
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Variety is committed to equality and diversity. To help us assess the reach of our recruitment practices, we would be grateful if you would complete our attached equal opportunity form.
The information you provide will be treated as strictly confidential.
No agencies please.
Hours: Full time 36.5 hours per week
Contract type: Permanent
Location: Based in Birmingham with travel and working nationally being required
The Active Wellbeing Society is a community benefit society and cooperative working to tackle inequality and promote community wellbeing. Our work with communities cuts across a wide range of policy agendas – from health and social care to transport and planning, community cohesion to climate action, jobs and skills to physical activity – and is increasingly recognised nationally as achieving significant system and behaviour change.
We are looking for a Communications & Engagement Manager who can help elevate our work to existing and new audiences, developing a strong identity for TAWS at an exciting time. The successful candidate will bring fresh new ideas about how we can promote our work across the country, and ensure we are reaching and supporting the communities we serve whilst maximising our resources.
As Communications & Engagement Manager you will lead on the development of our engagement strategy across the organisation, and line manage a team of marketing officers working across a wide range of project areas. You will help us to communicate our strategic vision, working with Directors and Senior Managers to understand our aspirations and key messages, as well as ensuring contractual requirements across projects are met.
This role is suited to someone with a passion for tackling inequality and promoting community wellbeing, who understands the different ways we might engage with different audiences to achieve our goals.
We are working to a hybrid model across the organisation and value in-person contact, we come together regularly at our head office in Birmingham (Tyseley).
There will be an expectation of travel within this role for example attending national events and meetings, or working from satellite sites.
1.Lead the communications and engagement function for the organisation and provide expertise and knowledge across the organisation to promote our work and build our profile and reputation.
2.Develop and manage a team of marketing officers to deliver communication and engagement materials across all mediums and channels, including social media, digital, and print, for a broad range of areas such as physical activity, community food, sharing projects, growing, volunteering, active travel and health interventions.
3.Ensure the organisation has a clear strategy and plan for engaging across different audiences – from strategic partners to local grassroots communities.
4.Develop and implement communication and engagement policies and procedures in line with legislation, industry standards and The Active Wellbeing Society vision and values.
5.Work with Directors and the Senior Management Team to understand the marketing and communications needs of the organisation and be able to adapt to changing priorities and demands.
6.Act as first point of contact for journalists and press teams, proactively develop relationships with local and national media outlets, identifying opportunities to promote our work and elevate our reputation.
7.Provide clear direction, technical expertise and quality assurance on marketing content including social media posts, flyers, and promotional materials – ensuring that our brand guidelines are up to date and fit for purpose.
8.Monitor engagement across a wide range of channels and provide insight on the most effective avenues for engaging with different audiences (e.g., community members vs national partners)
9.Lead development and management of marketing and communications plans across all project/thematic areas of work linked with our business development aspirations and contractual requirements.
10.Work with the marketing team to manage, maintain and update all our communications assets and systems, including an organisational media library (photos, videos, stories and audio), software and products, in line with data protection/consent, including capturing/recording media where necessary.
11.Build our organisational profile with key strategic audiences by identifying opportunities for engagement and amplifying our stories and successes, as well as those of our partners, communities, and other stakeholders.
12.Support income generation and maximisation activities including seeking funding opportunities, providing insight and evidence for bids and developing and winning funding bids.
13.Be an ambassador for The Active Wellbeing Society at local and national events, meetings and other forms of engagement as required for this role.
KNOWLEDGE SKILLS & EXPERIENCE
- A strong understanding of how to engage with the communities we work with – particularly with people who might face barriers to accessing services and information such as online engagement.
- Experience of working effectively with a variety of senior stakeholders across a wide variety of social issues / projects.
- Strong marketing, communications and engagement technical/professional skills and knowledge, including copywriting, creatives/design, developing and delivering multi-channel campaigns and website management and design.
- Developing brand guidelines, policies and procedures for communications and engagement in line with relevant legislation and principles including GDPR and Data Protection Act.
- Experience of developing, implementing, and evaluating communication and engagement strategies and campaigns.
- Experience of managing press and media relations and developing media strategies and communications are desirable.
- Strong attention to detail and commitment to excellence.
- Experience of line management including supporting staff development and training and following staff management processes and procedures.
- Ability to translate complex stories and information into compelling and engaging narratives that reach many audiences.
- An understanding of the social-political landscape we operate within.
- A passion for tackling inequalities and promoting community wellbeing.
We offer our staff a comprehensive staff benefits package which includes:
- Nest Pension – 8% employer contribution - 3 % employee contribution.
- Heath Cash Plan – giving you discounts on everyday healthcare such as dental, optical, physio, prescriptions & more.
- Employee Assistance Programme (counselling and DRs on call 24hrs a day)
- Life Assurance – x4 your salary paid to beneficiary.
- Annual Leave – 25 days FTE (increasing to 29 days with service) plus 5 wellbeing days
- Flexible working
- Bring your own device - £20 towards your phone bill monthly
- Fantastic volunteering opportunities within The Active Wellbeing Society every month
Please submit a Cover Letter and CV addressing the experience you have had relevant to the 'Main Duties' and the 'Knowledge & Skills' sections of the advert, but as a minimum please address how you meet the the following essential criteria which will be weighted highly in the first sift of shortlisting:
1. Experience of developing and implementing communication and engagement strategies and campaigns (Essential)
2. Experience of working effectively with a variety of senior stakeholders across a wide variety of social issues / projects (Essential)
3. Experience of line management including supporting staff development and training and following staff management processes and procedures (Desirable)
4. Ability to translate complex stories and information into compelling and engaging narratives that reach many audiences (Desirable)
5. A passion for tackling inequalities and promoting community wellbeing (Essential)
Closing Date: Sunday 19June 2022 midnight
Interview Date: Tuesday 28th June 2022
Due to the high numbers of applications we received for our job vacancies, we may close application windows early, so we would encourage you to submit your application ASAP
We will provide all applicants with an outcome on your application, this will usually be within 1 week of the application window closing.
Successful applicants will be required to be DBS checked prior to starting.
Our customers come from all walks of life and so do we, in recruiting for our team we welcome the unique contributions that you can bring. The Active Wellbeing Society is committed to being an equal opportunity employer, we recruit based upon capability and all applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership status, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation. At The Active Wellbeing Society we are searching for people who share the passion for what we do with different backgrounds, perspectives and experiences, collectively making a difference.
If there is anything we can do to assist you in your application or preparations to be interviewed for one of our job vacancies please let us know and we can ensure you have a positive and comfortable experience.
Thank you for your interest in working for The Active Wellbeing Society, we look forward to receiving your application.
Our vision is a world where all pets are well cared for in loving homes for life. To achieve this, we not only provide care for pets in need, but also help people be the best pet owners they can be.
We're looking for an experienced Area Manager to join our Retail Team as we continue with our retail expansion as part of our exciting income generation strategy. We need a resilient retail leader with exceptional drive, commercial ability, motivation and a proven success within high street retail, passionate about leading and developing people. As Area Manager you will be;
- Achieving agreed area sales budgets and maximise our retail profit through effective cost control
- Recruiting, developing and retaining high calibre staff in all positions within the area to drive performance
- Managing in shop compliance in line with Woodgreens policies and values
- Analysing financial data to make informed commercial decisions
- Developing and maintaining sector leading standards in both customer service and in store merchandising
- Generating quality donated goods through area driven initiatives
- Engaging with our wider communities strategy to ensure our shops are at the heart of the community
Our retail estate is a key piece of the puzzle as we look to diversify our income streams to support more pets and their people. Developing and leading our passionate shop teams to be the face of Woodgreen on the High Street. The successful candidate will also support our retail expansion plans though managing new shop openings within their area and recruiting high calibre staff.
You will have;
- An outstanding track record in achieving sales & profit targets within area management
- Proven ability to manage compliance across multiple sites.
- Excellent understanding of high street retail, in particular fashion, and what sells
- Experience of distance management of a diverse team of people
- Flexible and proactive attitude with the ability to adapt and implement change
- Strong short/long term strategic planning skills with the ability to time manage and prioritise successfully
In return we can offer you;
- A starting salary of £31,220 - £34,689 depending on experience.
- Car allowance
- 34 days annual leave entitlement (inclusive of bank holidays) which will increase with length of service to a maximum of 38 days
- A key team member within an innovative and ambitious department and directorate.
This vacancy may close earlier should we receive high volumes of applications. Interviews may commence prior to the closing date.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Have you been involved in various fundraising projects?
Would you like to make a difference & impacts millions of lives?
If you can say yes to the above, please get in touch!
Harris Hill is delighted to be working alongside one of the UK's most amazing charities. They fearlessly stand up for the rights of the vulnerable and protect those who may not be in a position to protect themselves.
Their vision & purpose drives their Income Generation team to get out there and bring in the funds they need to protect the vulnerable and prevent abuse. They would love you to come onboard and join as a Bid Co-ordination Manager and get more people involved in the change that means everything to those who benefit from their hard work.
They are seeking a driven and strategic professional for this position which is pivotal to the growth of their 'High Value' income streams. This will include individual donors, Corporates and Trusts.
As you know, successful High Value fundraising depends on understanding donor interests and aligning them with the charity's funding needs. This unique role represents an exciting opportunity to use your organisational and analytical skills to strengthen the donor pipeline.
As an experienced manager, you will be leading the Prospect Research function, responsible for a team of three delivering bespoke donor insight and generating new leads. You will also support on proposition development - making use of your excellent project management and data analysis skills to map funding priorities.
You will also lean on your outstanding stakeholder management experience which will make you an agile point of liaison between senior colleagues across the Income Generation Directorate and the wider organisation in co-ordinating funding approaches.
This is your opportunity to work alongside talented fundraisers for one of the UK's warmest charity brands, putting your skills to the best possible use - ending abuse.
A background in prospect research or fundraising is desirable, but not necessary.
If you have experience of managing complex relationships, or establishing systems and processes to ensure effective working, we'D love to hear from you.
Main duties and responsibilities:
- To set the Prospect Research and Bid Co-ordination strategies
- To line manage three Research Officers
- To manage budgets
- To oversee the pipeline of the high value teams
- Work with Fundraising and non-Fundraising teams to identify key funding opportunities
- To monitor and evaluate the effectiveness your team's work
- To ensure good Raisers Edge use is understood
- To deputise for the Head of the Supporter Management team as required
1. Highly analytical and first-class numerical skills
2. Proficiency in using Raisers Edge (or a comparable CRM package)
3. Ability to manage multiple projects
4. Experience of managing budgets
5. Experience of line management
This is a great opportunity for you...we can't wait to read your CV.
We are The Rose Road Association, a Registered Charity providing essential Care and support Services in Southampton. We are passionate about supporting children and adults with Learning disabilities: Physical disabilities and /or Autism.
We are looking for a driven and creative individual to lead our Community and Events income streams and our marketing and communications functions. The successful candidate will lead a small team of staff and volunteers and so management experience is essential, as well as the ability to juggle a busy workload and conflicting deadlines and priorities.
Stewardship and communication are at the heart of everything we do as a Fundraising team. This new and exciting position will play a pivotal role in engaging with our community, maximising opportunities and supporting our Fundraising Officers to deliver exceptional events and communications. The successful candidate will be joining a small and friendly team, where supporting our staff to excel and develop is one of our main priorities.
If you are looking for a job that gives you the chance to manage your own workload and income streams; will take you from festivals to coffee mornings; and where you will be supported to grow and develop appeals to you then we would love to hear from you.
Above all, we want someone who shares in our values. These are:
- A commitment to Quality and Standards and being the best we can be
- Treating people as individuals with dignity, being Person Centred.
- Working Together as a team, with Trust and Respect for each other and for the families we support
- Taking Pride and Passion in the difference we make to families and finding the Fun and Celebration in everything that we do
Alongside this fulfilling role we offer:
- High Quality Training
- Pension Scheme
- Employee discount scheme
- Free Employee Assistance and Wellbeing programme with 24/7 cover
Closing date: 4th July 2022
Charity No. 276172. No agencies please.
This post will be subject to an Enhanced DBS check
We are committed to the equality of opportunity in both the provision of our services and the employment of staff to provide these services.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
The Talent Set are extremely pleased to be working with Tommy’s to find their new Digital Marketing Manager.
This role offers a flexible working environment. Hybrid working with an expectation to be in their London office 2 days a week.
Tommy’s is the largest charity funding research into the causes of miscarriage, stillbirth and premature birth. They provide information for parents-to-be to help them have a healthy pregnancy and baby.
The Digital Marketing Manager will work closely with the Head of Marketing, Head of Individual Giving and Head of Pregnancy Information to lead on all paid digital marketing activity in order to increase awareness and familiarity of Tommy’s amongst our target audience.
- Support in the implementation of an integrated marketing and communications programme alongside of the Head of Marketing to increase public awareness of and engagement with Tommy’s
- Lead on Tommy’s paid digital strategy across all channels (paid social, search, display), ensuring organisational objectives are carefully balanced
- Work with the Head of Marketing, Head of Pregnancy Information and Head of Individual Giving to develop expertise in Tommy’s key audiences
- Work with the wider Marketing, PregnancyHub and Individual Giving teams to develop effective and creative multi-channel digital marketing campaigns with varying objectives, including driving awareness, behavioural change, and income generation
- Lead on evaluation of campaigns and on impact reporting for all paid digital marketing activity across the charity
- Work as part of broader project teams, incorporating specialists in design, production, PR, engagement, marketing and fundraising, to generate outstanding marcomms activity
We are looking for someone with:
- Strong paid digital marketing background with experience across a range of channels – social, search and display
- Strong content marketing background
- Experience of building lasting relationships with a range of stakeholders
- Editorial skills, ability to adapt content and tone of voice as required
- Knowledge of Paid social, Google ads, display, Google analytics
Please apply today so as not to miss out!
We are committed to diverse and inclusive recruitment practises that ensure equal opportunity for everyone, regardless of race, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, age or gender. We encourage applications from all backgrounds and will happily make reasonable adjustments to always ensure a fair process.
Please note any third-party CVs submitted to Tommy’s will be redirected to The Talent Set for review.
Our client is looking for a Corporate Sales & Development Manager to attract and maximise commercial opportunities for their large and unique heritage site.
This is an exciting time to join the organisation as they approach the opening of their new Visitor Welcome Centre, 1940s – 60s Historic Town and Industrial area with buildings including the Elephant & Castle pub and Cricketfield Brickworks, all of which offer a new range of exciting opportunities for businesses to engage with the experience. As the organisation’s Corporate Sales & Development Manager, you will be required to seek, scope, develop and deliver new, creative partnership opportunities with businesses, ranging from commercial sponsorship agreements and attracting new business partners to corporate venue hire and film/TV productions, as well as charitable donations and in-kind support.
Corporate Sales and Development Manager Responsibilities
With the support of the Development Director, specific responsibilities will include:
• Managing and developing the organisation's Business Partner scheme, establishing it as a key source of unrestricted income for the organisation, actively promoting the scheme and working outside the organisation to recruit new Partners.
• Promoting and selling the organisation as a location for corporate venue hire, including film/TV productions, generating leads, brokering new relationships and identifying opportunities through networking regionally and nationally.
• Identifying and developing innovative and mutually beneficial partnership opportunities that generate income and/or further the interests of the Museum, delivering a range of benefits, including brand awareness.
• Account managing the Museum’s sponsors, Business Partners, corporate supporters and hire clients.
Corporate Sales and Development Manager Requirements
This role will suit a commercially creative, organised and experienced business development professional, who is able to nurture positive relations with businesses to create fantastic partnerships that benefit both organisations. They are interested to hear from candidates who can evidence:
• Practical experience of sales/corporate fundraising/conference/events within an arts/culture/heritage setting.
• Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, and confidence and ability to communicate with stakeholders at the highest level.
• Good interpersonal skills and ability to negotiate internally/externally to achieve the desired outcome whilst encouraging positivity and ‘buy in’ to events.
• Financial planning skills and strong commercial acumen.
Equally important to the above will be your genuine interest in the rich history of the Black Country and confidence in turning this into business opportunities.
Our client is an equal opportunities employer and they are particularly keen to hear from applicants from underrepresented groups.
About our client:
Throughout their 44-year history, their aim has always been clear: Inspiring your discovery of the Black Country. They ensure that the revolutionary story of the Black Country’s industrial landscape – the first ever of its kind in the UK – is celebrated by generations.
With their bostin’ seasonal, themed and high profile events, as well as being regularly used for TV and Film locations, they are one of Europe’s most successful open-air museums.
Location: Dudley, West Midlands
Contract Type: Permanent
Hours: Agile Working
Salary: Circa £34,000 per annum
Benefits: Access to our client’s 26 Acre Site. Generous Annual Leave Allowance. Contributory Pension Scheme. 24/7 Employee Assistance Programme. Retail Discounts via Online Rewards Portal. Discounted Membership with Sandwell Leisure Trust. Complimentary Entry Passes to the site. Staff Discount Scheme. Free On-site Parking. Enhanced Maternity/Paternity Pay, plus more.
Closing date: Wednesday 6 July 2022
Apply by attaching your CV and a supporting statement outlining your relevant skills and experience for the role via the “Apply now” button.
You may have experiencee of the following: Corporate Sales Manager, Account Manager, Corporate Account Manager, Business Development Manager, Sales Manager, Business Development, Account Management, Corporate Sales Executive, etc.
Ref: 133 881
Business Development Manager
- Part time – 30 hours per week
- £30,094 per year full time equivalent (£24,075 for 30 hours)
- 12 month fixed term contract
- Based from Brighton Oasis office with some home working (maximum of 50% of working week)
- You may be required to work from East Sussex Oasis office and travel around East Sussex
Who we are:
For over 24 years Oasis Project (Oasis) has been delivering services for women with drug and alcohol problems and children affected by drug use in the family. We are an innovative organisation aiming to empower women affected by substance misuse. We give help and hope to women and children affected by drug and alcohol problems. Our employees demonstrate understanding of the complex issues facing women substance misusers in order to help empower them to make choices that lead to change.
What you will do:
You will need to deliver on income generation targets which support the long term sustainability of Oasis and you will do that by:
Developing partnership and business opportunities for the growth of Oasis’ services
Identifying opportunities and completing bids / applications for funding from grant-making Trusts and Foundations
Writing tenders for contracts from Government, Local Authority and NHS commissioners
Undertaking research into areas of business development for Oasis
Project managing the implementation of new services
Completing contract monitoring reports and feedback on service delivery to funders
Be educated to minimum of degree level or demonstrate equivalent relevant experience
Have demonstrable experience of working in a business development role with clear transferable skills
Be able to demonstrate a strategic understanding of the IT needs of an organisation and has a high level of IT literacy, particularly in terms of website management and in managing databases and spreadsheets
Be experienced in managing an organisation’s communications and marketing activity
Be confident at writing effective bids, applications and reports
Be able to win the confidence and trust of supporters, funders and the team with ease, providing motivation and inspiration.
What we offer:
28 days holiday plus bank holidays (pro rata for part time workers)
We are a Brighton and Hove living wage employer and hold the Investors in People Award
Contributory pension scheme
Paid well-being hour once a month
Company and statutory sick pay scheme
Family friendly policies
Learning and development opportunities via a range of methods
A focus on well-being and balancing flexible working hours alongside organisational priorities
Relaxed dress code
The overall pay and reward package is under review with the potential launch of an enhanced benefits package later in the year.
For a full job description, person specification and application pack for any of these roles please visit our website; or you can email us to request an applicant’s pack. If you would like to chat to someone about this role please call our main number and ask for Laura Ward, CEO.
Closing date for applications is 9am on 13th July 2022. Interviews will take place week commencing 18 July.
Application is by application form only, please do not send a CV as this will not be accepted as an application. You can apply by submitting your completed application form to the relevant link that you can access via the website. If you do not hear from us by 22 July, you will not have been successful on this occasion.
Oasis is committed to inclusion and diversity and welcomes applications from people with relevant life as well as professional experience, and those with disabilities who are currently under-represented in the organisation. People from Black and Minority Ethnic communities are underrepresented in our organisation and we strongly welcome applications from this group.
This is an exciting time to join our friendly, high performing and ambitious fundraising team. This role is integral; securing new partnerships and raising vital new income across the North West region and beyond for sibling charities Manchester Cares and Liverpool Cares.
With so much of this role depending on excellent account management, we need a real people-person, someone who considers themselves to be an excellent communicator, who can build relationships and craft compelling written narratives. You will generate a minimum of £100k a year from a range of donors, largely Trusts and Foundations, as well as Corporate Partners and key supporters.
The Cares Family’s mission is to help people find connection in a disconnected age. Our objectives are to reduce loneliness and isolation; improve people’s connection, belonging, purpose and power in a changing world; and bring people together to reduce social, generational, digital, cultural and attitudinal divides.
Over the last decade our model has grown from a tiny idea in a single place into a national leader. Combined, North London Cares (founded in 2011), South London Cares (2014), Manchester Cares (2017), Liverpool Cares (2018) and East London Cares (2019), have connected some 25,000 older and younger neighbours to share nearly 1 million interactions and 250,000 hours.
About the Role
Population Matters has grown its team and ambitions significantly in the last few years and, as a small, primarily virtual organisation with global aspirations, a well-managed and utilised CRM database is key to helping to make our vision a reality.
We are looking for a CRM and Engagement Officer to work closely with the Head of Fundraising and Engagement and our external contractor to ensure that our database and how we use it helps support our strategic objectives and provides a positive experience for members, donors and a wider group of external stakeholders. This is a hands-on role with lots of opportunities to use your initiative and be creative in thinking about new solutions to problems.
Reporting to the Head of Fundraising and Engagement, you will champion CiviCRM across the organisation and ensure it’s utilised to its fullest potential, including supporting and training new and existing users. You will be responsible for liaising with our external contractor to improve, develop and implement functions that will enhance our processes and take the lead on maintaining accurate and up-to-date records and general database upkeep.
You will be passionate about the ways in which a CRM system can underpin a charity’s work and be excited about using ours to help achieve Population Matters’ vision of a better future for everyone. You will be interested, curious and committed to learning new technical skills as well as being able to speak clearly and plainly with all team members who might not have your expertise. Beyond the administrative function, a key part of the role will be to understand the aims of the organisation and individual team members, helping them use the CRM and associated technologies in support of those aims.
You’ll have previous experience of working with donor management/customer relationship databases (preferably CiviCRM), have a proactive approach to data quality and be confident in your technical abilities that will enable you to work independently as well as contribute your skills to the team. You will be a team player who is able to build effective working relationships with all colleagues and contractors, becoming the ‘go to’ person for all things CRM.
Population Matters primarily works as a virtual organisation so this role is home-based for the majority, but close proximity to our London office is preferred.
Population Matters (PM) is a UK-based charity working globally to achieve a sustainable future for people and planet.
Our Vision is a future in which a stable human population co-exists in harmony with nature and prospers on a healthy planet, to the benefit of all.
Our Mission is to drive positive, large-scale action through fostering choices that help achieve a sustainable human population and regenerate our environment.
Our Approach is to campaign, inform, lobby, undertake research and do all we can to encourage an open, fair-minded and constructive debate about population. We promote positive, practical, ethical solutions – encouraging smaller families, inspiring people to consume sustainably, with the aim of enabling everyone to enjoy a decent quality of life whilst respecting and sustaining the natural ecosystems upon which all life on earth depends.
We believe everyone should have the freedom and ability to choose a smaller family. All our work is informed and guided by our commitments to human rights, women’s empowerment and global justice.
Population Matters has a London office near Waterloo in which you are welcome to work, or you may choose to work from home. Most of the team work from home for the majority with frequent online catch-ups and face-to-face team and other ad-hoc meetings at our office on a semi-regular basis.
For this role, if you choose to be primarily home-based you will still need to commit to regular office visits to access, open and process post i.e. cheques and other donations.
The Application Process
Population Matters is an inclusive and diversity-friendly employer. We value difference, promote equality and challenge discrimination, enhancing our organisational capability. We welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds and do not discriminate on the basis of disability, race, colour, ethnicity, gender, religion, sexual orientation, age or any other category protected by law.
Please apply by submitting via CharityJob a CV and one-page covering letter outlining how you meet the requirements in the attached job description and person specification, and telling us what you will bring to the role.
The deadline for applications is Sunday 10 July 2022. Interviews will be held from the week commencing 11 July 2022.
We’re sorry, but due to our size it may not be possible to respond to every application. If you have not heard from us by Friday 15 July 2022 you should assume that, on this occasion, your application has been unsuccessful. Thank you for your interest in working for Population Matters.
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