Are you an ambitious and organised individual who can deliver our warm Direct Marketing programme?
JDRF is the type 1 diabetes charity. We fund research to cure, treat and prevent type 1 diabetes. We’re committed to finding the cure for this life-changing condition. Until then we want to make living with type 1 better for everyone.
Our Individual Giving team is growing, and we're looking for a passionate and self-motivated Individual Giving Officer to join us at this exciting and busy time to deliver our established warm programme.
You will join an ambitious and friendly team and will be responsible for planning, delivering and evaluating our Direct Marketing appeals by mail, phone, social media and email.
Working closely with colleagues across different teams you’ll manage projects from start to finish, creating compelling campaigns and content which engage our supporters and build support for research into type 1.
You’ll be responsible for preparing and delivering data for supporter journeys and will make recommendations to improve and develop the programme moving forwards.
The role also offers the opportunity to get creative and contribute to the continued growth of the team by supporting the Individual Giving Manager to test and develop new initiatives as we seek to increase our income. Most importantly you will have the chance to develop your skills in a supportive environment.
To succeed in this role you will already have some experience of working in an Individual Giving team on Direct Marketing campaigns. You will have experience of delivering projects on time and within budget and experience of working with databases. You’ll manage your own workload and work collaboratively across different teams. So if you’re an Individual Giving Officer, Assistant or Administrator looking for your next step up, we’d love to hear from you.
In return we offer you flexible working, generous annual leave entitlement which rises with length of employment, a season ticket or bike loan, an employee assistance programme and a childcare voucher scheme. We also offer other great benefits including our annual staff conference and an amazing work culture.
A bit more about us
We also provide information for children and adults living with the condition at all stages from diagnosis and beyond. We give a voice to people with type 1 diabetes and campaign to make sure research moves forward and treatments are delivered as fast as possible.
We want our employees to be committed and prepared to go the extra mile in finding the cure for type 1. We are an ambitious an changing organisation. Be part of the change and help find a cure for type 1 diabetes.
To apply please go to our website.
Closing date: Wednesday, 2 October, 10.00am
Interview dates: 9 October 2019
JDRF is the type 1 diabetes charity. We are committed to eradicating type 1 diabetes and its effects for everyone in the UK with type 1. We:
- Fund our world-class research which is approved and administered by our international research programme to cure, treat and prevent type 1 diabetes
- make sure research moves forward and treatments are delivered as fast as possible
- give support and a voice to people with type 1 and their families
We are an ambitious and changing organisation. Be part of the change and help find a cure for type 1 diabetes. We’d love to hear from you.
‘JDRF is an equal opportunity employer, we welcome applications from all individuals regardless of race, gender, disability, religious belief, sexual orientation or age.’
This is an exciting time for our Individual Giving team. Following the merger, and with a desire to significantly increase income, we have an opportunity to define and expand our legacy giving, supporter journeys and merchandise programme.
This Senior Manager role is responsible for generating income (c. £2m per year) through legacy giving, supporter journey activity and merchandise sales. The successful candidate will build and manage the programme across media channels such as Direct Mail, Telemarketing, Digital and Events.
We are looking for an experienced direct marketing manager who is passionate and enthusiastic about what they do. The successful candidate will be passionate about legacy fundraising in particular and committed to delivering the best supporter experiences. You will lead and motivate the Legacy, Supporter Journey and Merchandise team, ensuring they have the skills required to meet, if not exceed, the income targets required.
We’re excited to announce that in April 2019, Breast Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Now united to create one charity for everyone affected by breast cancer. From research to care, our new charity has people affected by the disease at its heart – providing support for today and hope for the future. United, we can carry out even more world-class research, provide even more life-changing support and campaign even more effectively for better services and care.
By bringing together our passion, energy, expertise, funds and networks, we will make greater progress in more effective ways to make sure that, by 2050, everyone who develops breast cancer will live and receive the support they need to live well.
Closing date: 9.00am on Monday 23 September 2019
Interviews: 27 September 2019
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Are you confident, outgoing, people focussed and love music? Are you keen to get out there and be on the frontline of our fundraising? We are looking for someone at the beginning of their career in fundraising, whose focus will be providing an exemplary level of customer service to our supporters. From (loudly!) cheering on our supporters at events and helping them collect donations, through to providing the vital support from 'back at the ranch' - such as ensuring supporter packs are sent out and managing all the fundraising tools and supplies, as well as maintaining individual giving records on our database and acknowledging all donations. Your role will be varied, interesting and most of all you'll be working with a fantastic team to develop your career
Music is at the heart of what we do, and you’ll be championing music and music therapy across all of our supporters, individual givers and everyone who fundraises for us, shouting about the incredible work we’re doing to change lives through music that we simply couldn't do without their help.
Please apply with a CV and cover letter via our website, letting us know why you would be right for the role. Closing date for applications is Monday 30th September. Interviews will be held on Tuesday 8th and Wednesday 9th October.
The role is subject to a basic DBS check.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
This is an exciting opportunity to join the team who recently delivered a major refurbishment of this 1582 Tudor house, funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, Camden Council, numerous trusts and over 300 individuals.
Alongside the ‘transformation’ of the building we ran a creative 3 year education and outreach programme (‘Opening the Doors’) giving new opportunities to young people who live just 5 minutes away from the house on some of the most deprived estates in the country ( a significant contrast to the Highgate homes across the road). This programme has completed its first cycle and we have some great case studies, tangible outcomes, thorough evaluation and a real understanding of the need.
We believe that the relationships we have built over the past 5 years, the track record we have built with our outreach programme and our mission to be at the centre of a diverse range of communities put us in a strong position to build strategically our trust fundraising and individual giving.
We are therefore looking for a highly motivated, target driven individual to take our fundraising to the next level and integrate it as a key part of our business plan. This is a fantastic opportunity to develop your arts and heritage fundraising career to the next level. You will enjoy working with a diverse range of people in a constantly changing environment, and thrive on the challenges offered by a small, buzzy arts and heritage venue with a highly varied offering.
The Fundraising Executive will have the opportunity to:
- develop a new individual giving programme building on the significant goodwill there is towards us in the community and amongst our users. ‘Lauderdale becomes part of your DNA’ quote from recent survey
- develop a new trusts and foundations programme building on the success of the capital appeal and Opening the Doors
- develop the fundraising systems and approaches needed to ensure superlative donor and funder care
Lauderdale House is a fascinating Grade II* historic house set in the beautiful Waterlow Park, Highgate, North London. It is funded by income from an extensive programme combining performances, classes, creative hires (concerts and exhibitions) and private function hire (weddings, parties, etc).
Working in this beautiful House with views of Waterlow Park is an added bonus!
Please download the Job Description to find out more. Applications close midnight Monday 30 September 2019
The Connection at St. Martins is based in the heart of London, near Charing Cross Station and Trafalgar Square. The Connection has been helping homeless people since the First World War and is one of London’s largest homelessness charities.
The Individual Giving and Database Manager is a new role, which will join an ambitious and forward-thinking Fundraising & Communications team (9 team members), which is undertaking positive change and growth as part of the implementation of a new four-year strategy. This postholder will be the organisation’s leading Individual Giving fundraiser, and will manage a healthy programme of Individual Giving support (in excess of £430,000 in 18/19) with untapped potential for further growth. By joining us at this stage in our strategy, you will play a major role in shaping and developing our Individual Giving remit, and we encourage candidates who relish creative strategic planning.
This postholder will deliver The Connection at St Martin’s Individual Giving activity, and oversee the wider Fundraising & Communications Team’s use of a CRM database (Raiser’s Edge) with the support of an assistant. They will manage our legacy income. They will work in conjunction with the Director of Fundraising & Communications to develop action plans for these important functions, and will lead on the implementation of all activities.
As Individual Giving & Database Manager, you will have responsibility for the following areas:
· Oversee The Connection at St Martin’s Individual Giving income stream
· Pioneer innovative Digital Fundraising activities for the organisation.
· Oversee The Connection at St Martin’s use of CRM database, Raiser’s Edge.
· Lead on The Connection’s Legacy Fundraising activities.
· Ensure compliance with regulation and best practice standards in the fields of Individual Giving and Data management.
· Support partner charity The Friends of The Connection in developing their Individual Giving strategy.
· Work in support of the wider Fundraising & Communications Team as required.
This role requires someone with a strong track record in Individual Giving, good understanding of digital platforms and extensive experience of effective CRM database use, with a solutions-focussed mindset. You will need experience in translating sector best practice into action, and to be excited at the prospect of innovating and pursuing new, forward thinking Individual Giving fundraising opportunities for the organisation.
Closing date: Monday 23rd September 2019 - 5pm
Interview date: Monday 7th October 2019
So, are you ready to take on this exciting opportunity?
To apply, please read and then complete the application form, ensuring that you have clearly demonstrated that you meet the requirements of the role set out in the person specification.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
The Univ Regular Giving programme is among the most successful in the UK and in Europe, regularly raising over £1m per year. It is a high functioning and active office with ambitious targets, both for money raised and for Old Members’ participation in giving, and is an important part of the College’s overall development strategy.
The Regular Giving Manager is responsible for making a significant contribution to key relationships for the College. The main responsibilities of the role include: developing a specific marketing strategy, creating targeted fundraising events, co-ordinating mail appeals, running the Telethon, working with alumni volunteers, and securing regular support for the College’s Regular Giving Programme.
Main Duties and Responsibilities
- Managing the College’s Regular Giving programme and producing direct appeals;
- Planning and managing the annual telephone campaigns (in-house and with external consultants);
- Recruiting callers, conducting training, organising calling room shifts/logistics, supervising calling sessions as well as following-up and fulfilment;
- Producing and coordinating direct mail materials such as fundraising brochures, appeal letters and other relevant documentation (with assistance of Communications Officer);
- Managing, with colleagues, gift processing and acknowledgement for all Annual Fund donors;
- Chasing outstanding pledges, monitoring payment/reminder activity and producing reports for Development and other committees;
- Assisting with and attending Development/Alumni events throughout the year.
- Working with alumni volunteers to help organize reunion events and coordinate fundraising appeals;
- Engaging in other administrative duties as required to support the work of the Development Office.
Any other duties in related areas, which the Deputy Director of Development may reasonably expect.
Qualifications, Skills and Experience
- Educated to degree level or equivalent;
- Strong organisational skills and ability to manage a diverse workload;
- A high level of attention to detail and accuracy;
- The capacity to work to deadlines and under time pressure;
- The ability to work without supervision and, where necessary, to being pro-active and taking initiatives;
- Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate confidently, effectively and diplomatically with internal and external contacts;
- A high standard of written and spoken English to enable drafting of correspondence, documentation, briefs and reports;
- Understanding of fund-raising or alumni relations work in an academic environment (preferably familiar with Oxford and the collegiate system);
- The ability to work independently and flexibly as a member of a small team;
- The ability to use the full range of Microsoft Office applications, in particular Outlook, Word and Excel.
- Experience as a telethon caller (especially for an Oxbridge college) highly desirable;
- Experience/knowledge of working in a university and/or college environment, or a comparable organization;
- Experience of events organization;
- Experience using a relational database (preferably Raiser’s Edge);
- Financially numerate and able to prepare reports using large data sets for various audiences;
- Knowledge of relevant legislation, including tax-efficient giving and Data Protection.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
About Ditch the Label and Our Work
Our research consistently shows that 1 in 2 of all young people have at some point experienced bullying, so we’re standing for a society that is fair, equal and free from all types of bullying.
Launched in the UK in 2012, Ditch the Label has quickly become one of the largest and most recognised youth, anti-bullying charities in the world, working to teach young people aged 12-25 that it’s okay to be different. Our award-winning work spans across the UK, USA and Mexico, working with and aiding young people, parents/guardians, education establishments and other organisations involved with the safeguarding of young people.
Our work is internationally recognised and has been heralded as some of the most innovative and ambitious anti-bullying work around. Each month, we help thousands of young people to navigate through bullying, the potentially devastating impacts and supporting youth through the myriad of issues that they face. Additionally, we regularly produce world-class research to understand the changing nature and dynamic of bullying and canvas for real societal change with our public facing campaigns.
Our current work includes:
- SUPPORT:Providing direct advice and support to thousands of young people each week through the Ditch the Label website and owned platforms. We provide crucial support around issues such as (but not limited to) bullying, abuse, coming out, mental health/wellbeing, self-esteem and relationships. Additionally, we work online, through partnerships with social networks to remove abusive content
- RESEARCH:Working in collaboration with education establishments, social networks and other organisations as a means of producing new, innovative research surrounding bullying and related issues to uncover hidden insights which leads and informs our support programmes
- CAMPAIGNS:Utilising the power of the media and innovative content to generate societal shifts in attitudes and behaviours surrounding bullying with our public facing campaigns
- EDUCATION: We produce complete and downloadable high-quality educational resources for teachers in order to support and aid the delivery of PSHE lessons within schools and further, to reach youth in offline environments to challenge subjects such as bullying, gender stereotypes, body image and digital literacy.
- POLICY:Working to positively influence education and policy across government to bring us closer to combating bullying, abusive and harassing behaviours and vitally, to reflect and highlight youth voices and experiences
The span of our work is constantly changing in line with the growth of our organisation. If you want to be part of a growing team with passion, drive and genuine enthusiasm then Ditch the Label is the workplace for you.
Our U.K. office is based in Brighton. Our U.S.A. office is based in Los Angeles.
Head of Corporate Giving: Job Description
If you truly believe in a world that is fair, equal and free from all types of bullying and share our ambition and passion to drive change, our Head of Corporate Giving role is the perfect fit for you.
You will be working closely with our Chief Fundraiser Officer and senior management to focus on the corporate and individual giving area (new business) fundraising at Ditch the Label. In this role you will work against mutually agreed financial targets and KPI’s. You will be based in our Brighton UK office but you will be working across all of our markets, with potential opportunities to travel internationally.
We are looking for an individual who is a strategic thinker and able to develop and build on our fundraising strategy and activity, actively seeking new opportunities. The successful applicant must be passionate about the work of Ditch the Label and able to confidently articulate our values in order to build support and influence with external stakeholders – such as major donors and corporate decision makers.
A proven track record in fundraising is essential and we are ideally looking for a candidate with a diverse range of fundraising skills. You must be innovative, fresh, energetic and have a strong drive to succeed.
- Generate new income from corporate donors and individuals to fund Ditch the Label’s vital services supporting young people aged 12-25
- Build a pipeline of new funding opportunities which have the potential to generate high value, multi-year donations
- Identify and make approaches to new prospects from scratch including major companies and high net worth individuals
- Develop relationships and steward potential donors through the new business pipeline, from making the ask to securing a partnership agreement
- Create bespoke, powerful and compelling written proposals for potential donors based on their requirements and leverage brand assets accordingly
- Deliver engaging and motivating pitches to potential donors
- Secure new contacts through networking opportunities and existing relationships
- Manage and develop relationships with new donors, as and when required
- Contribute to Ditch the Label’s fundraising strategy and budgeting process
- Monitoring, evaluating and reporting against KPI’s to the Chief Executive Officer, Chief Fundraising Officer and members of the board
Head of Corporate Giving: Person Specification
- A diverse portfolio of fundraising experience or previously held a similar position
- An understanding of charity fundraising and experience with major donors, trusts and corporate fundraising
- Understanding of how to make a successful fundraising approach
- Tenacious and results driven
- Excellent written and verbal skills
- Great networking, interpersonal and influential skills
- The ability to articulately and confidently communicate our organisation values to individuals or in front of an audience
- Passionate about youth issues
- Demonstrable new business experience securing major donations in a fundraising role (or comparable experience from a different sector)
- Proven track record of developing a new business pipeline and winning new partnerships from scratch
- Experience of writing successful proposals or bids
- Experience of closing deals and securing partnerships
Head of Corporate Giving: Technicalities and Compensation
Place of work:Brighton, United Kingdom
Working week:36.5hrs p/week (with a paid 60-minute lunch break).
Compensation: £28-32K PA depending upon experience.
- Company pension scheme
- Annual pay reviews
- Team socials
- Discount on Ditch the Label merchandise
- Opportunities to travel and attend invite-only partner events
- 28 days of fully paid annual holiday
- Office refreshments
Please contact us with your CV to request an application form.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
- Do you love supporting community fundraisers nationwide to raise funds through bake sales, runs, club nights and much more?
- Can you inspire individuals to donate to help us achieve our aims?
NAT is seeking someone who is self-motivated, flexible, and enthusiastic about fundraising, to join our dynamic Fundraising team as Individual and Community Fundraiser.
You'll lead our community fundraising during our nationwide campaign for World AIDS Day, which last year saw us send out 150,000 red ribbons and support hundreds of fundraisers from schools, to universities, pubs, and choirs. You'll also lead other activities throughout the year from our annual summer Big Quiz to our appeal for regular donors.
You will already have some experience in individual and/or community fundraising or be able to prove to us the transferable skills that you have. You'll have strong interpersonal skills, be able to develop good working relationships with our fundraisers, and be passionate about our cause.
NAT is the UK's policy and campaigning charity championing the rights of people living with HIV and campaigning for change. We won't stop fighting until people living with HIV have the health and equality they deserve. Our successful, award-winning work has led directly to real improvements in the lives of people living with and affected by HIV, such as our successful campaign to make PrEP available on the NHS.
Closing date: Wednesday 25 September (9am)
Interviews: Monday 7 October 2019
The application pack documents can be downloaded from the NAT website, or by sending an e-mail quoting the job title, together with your name and address, or by calling the NAT office. All materials are available in alternative formats upon request.
NAT is committed to equality and diversity and encourages applications from people living with HIV, gay and bisexual men, trans and non-binary people, and people from black and minority ethnic communities.
We welcome applications from disabled people and are committed to making reasonable adjustments wherever possible.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
I'm recruiting a Database Assistant to work a high profile cancer charity for a six month period.
They use Raiser's Edge. Ideally you will come with RE experience but they are open to looking at those with other CRM experience.
It is paying £11.50 PAYE plus £1.39 holiday pay per hour. 35 hours per week.
They are based near Tower Hill, Aldgate.
The post is to start asap for a handover with the current temp I have in there and then run for 6 months. So we will need you to commit to this period. This is an interesting role and you can learn a lot from it.
Please let me know if you wish to be put forward by emailing your CV to [email protected]
The countryside is one of the nation’s most valued assets – it’s where many people feel most alive and plays a vital role in improving our mental and physical health, not to mention the climate emergency. CPRE, the countryside charity wants to connect more people with the countryside, to ensure that everyone can benefit. This role is an opportunity to play an important part in achieving that.
The Supporter Care and Development team is at the heart of CPRE, dealing with all member and supporter enquiries by phone or email, processing donations and subscriptions through our database.
This is an interesting role where you will be in the front line of talking to our valued members and supporters, supporting with day to day processes and procedures, working on our supporter database as well as supporting with reception cover, when required. There will also be an opportunity for you to work with other teams across national CPRE, such as the Engagement and Income team and the Campaigns and Policy team, to support them during projects/campaigns. You will therefore gain a well-rounded view of the organisation and support the CPRE in this essential role. Full training will be provided.
We are looking for someone who is a fast learner, able to manage multiple tasks with an ability to keep to deadlines. It is essential you have great interpersonal skills as you will be liaising with different colleagues across national CPRE as well as our local CPRE colleagues and of course, our supporters.
To apply, candidates should read the candidate information pack and job and person specification below then complete the application form (CVs will not be accepted). Please make sure you address the criteria outlined in the Job and person specification; failing to do so will mean you will be unlikely to be shortlisted.
Job ref: SCDA/cj
Closing date Midday, Monday 30 September 2019
Interview date: Friday 11 October 2019
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Do you have a passion for excellent customer service with strong administrative skills and a polite telephone manner? If so we are looking for an outgoing and enthusiastic Supporter Care Administrator to join our Supporter Care team. This role will allow you to carry out essential supporter engagement and administrative activities associated with marketing campaigns, donations, fundraising events and requests for materials. With previous experience of providing excellent customer service, you will have the ability and confidence to communicate with a variety of people, engaging with supporters by phone, email and in writing about a wide range of enquiries.
The Supporter Care team is part of the wider Supporter Marketing team within the Fundraising department. The Supporter Care Administrator is responsible for ensuring that people receive an excellent standard of customer care to maintain supporter satisfaction and to generate the maximum amount of income for dementia research.
This is a part time; fixed term contract opportunity working Monday to Wednesday (22.5 hours per week), for a period of 12-months, or on return of substantive post holder, whichever is earlier to cover a period of maternity leave.
Main tasks of role:
- Answering inbound telephone calls; responding to a wide range of enquiries including marketing campaigns, donations, fundraising events and requests for materials
- Managing enquiries received by email and post, either by responding or forwarding as necessary
- Contacting current supporters via telephone in order to increase the value of, or to retain supporters; including thanking, obtaining Gift Aid declarations and reactivating lapsed donors
- Recording feedback and assisting in the resolution of complaints
- Processing donations from telephone calls and mailings, acknowledging supporters appropriately
- Sending out materials, processing donations and sending appropriate acknowledgements relating to community fundraising, sporting events and donations given in memory
- Processing new direct debit instructions and standing order payments, amending and cancelling gifts as necessary
- Amending supporter details as necessary
- Dealing with incoming post
- Updating team procedures as required
- Recognising fundraising, engagement and retention opportunities when talking to supporters using a range of initiatives to explain how donations positively contribute towards the cause
What we are looking for;
- GCSE in Maths and English, or equivalent
- Good knowledge of Word, Excel, Outlook and databases
- Excellent telephone manner
- Excellent written communication skills
- Ability to work with a high level of accuracy and attention to detail
- Good organisational skills and the ability to prioritise workload
- Experience of working in a customer facing role
- Experience of handling complaints and queries
Location: Granta Park, near Cambridge
Salary: Circa £11,700 pro rata, per annum (£19,500 FTE per annum) plus benefits
Please download the Vacancy Pack for more details.
The closing date for applications is the 6th October 2019, with interviews to be held on the 14th October 2019. We would encourage applicants to submit their application at the earliest opportunity as the closing date may be brought forward at any time. Should we wish to contact you to arrange an earlier interview this will be arranged based on the availability of the candidate and the panel. Please indicate in your cover letter if you are unable to attend on a specific date.
Please note that the official job title for the successful candidate will be Supporter Care Executive. When accessing our online recruitment system, the role will be listed as Supporter Care Executive.
In order to be considered, please create an online account using our Online Recruitment System which can be accessed through our Job Vacancies Page. You will be able to attach a CV and covering letter to your application, track your application and view other vacancies that may be of interest.
To view further details about this role and the benefits of working for us please visit the Alzheimer’s Research UK website.
The role seeks to develop JRS UK’s individual giving portfolio UK, both through regular giving and one-off donations. This will involve acquiring new donors and working with the wider Communications and Outreach Team to develop an engaging donor journey, which encourages long-term support of JRS. The Fundraising and Development Officer will be responsible for the end-to-end delivery of individual giving activity across a range of channels and for recruiting, stewarding and retaining supporters of JRS UK.
The Fundraising and Development Officer will need prior experience of creating and delivering successful campaigns to grow income, utilising both traditional and digital techniques. Excellent communication skills and the ability to speak and communicate confidently to supporters is essential.
This role comes at an exciting time in JRS UK’s history as the organisation looks to increase awareness of its work, with ambitious plans to grow voluntary income. The Fundraising and Development Officer will play a pivotal role in ensuring JRS UK diversifies and stabilises its income streams, ensuring the organisation can continue to accompany and support refugees and those who are forcibly displaced.
JRS UK aims to pay close attention to the experience of refugees it accompanies and all its external communications give priority to their voices, taking care to portray refugees as people with dignity, gifts, joys, hopes and sorrows. JRS UK fundraising activity fits within these broader ethical communications guidelines.
Charity People are recruiting for an interesting health related Charity who are based near Blackfriars/Fleet Street, central London. This Charity are looking for a temporary Fundraising Assistant (with Raiser's Edge experience). This post is running for 3-4 months, and could well go perm to the right candidate. It is a 35 hour week, office based.
The pay will be between £12-£14 PAYE per hour, based on experience.
Interviews will be on the 23rd/24th September with the view of starting that week.
To be considered for this post you will need to have fundraising experience, and have used Raiser's Edge.
If you are keen on this post please let us know by emailing [email protected] with an up to date CV in Word format asap.
You’ll be part of an award-winning Fundraising and Marketing department which prides itself on innovation and collaboration in order to inspire our donors, fundraisers and supporters. We’re looking for someone who is ambitious, proactive and passionate about fundraising and who believes in creating a personal and rewarding experience for the UK public to make a difference to the lives of the world’s most vulnerable children.
War Child has experienced considerable growth in recent years. We have invested heavily in our fundraising division with the vision to grow our individual supporter and donor base.
This role is part of the Supporter Engagement team and is responsible for delivering excellent service to War Child fundraisers, donors and prospective supporters, building strong and loyal relationships through face to face, verbal and written communication and ensuring efficient administration of donations and maintenance of accurate database records.
Victim Support is looking to recruit an Administrative Assistant located in Chandlers Ford, Eastleigh, Hampshire
Victim Support (VS) is an independent charity for people affected by crime in England and Wales. We work towards a world where people affected by crime or traumatic events get the support they need and respect they deserve.
To be successful in the role you will have experience of Microsoft Office, payroll, finance, IT and HR processes. Training will be given on in-house finance and recruitment systems.
Successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced DBS check and Police Vetting.
Victim Support offers competitive rewards and benefits including pension and life assurance, 25 days annual leave (pro-rata), voluntary benefits such as season ticket loans and the opportunity to play a key role in a national charity providing world-class services to victims and witnesses and being a vital force for change.
Applications should be explicit enough to provide good evidence against the shortlisting criteria, which are marked in the person specification as (s). In order to apply, please create a profile in our website (jobs section), complete and submit an online application form.
If the vacancy has not specified the essential criteria for shortlisting, please use this section to express how your experience and skills are relevant for the role.
If you have the drive to make a difference within an organisation which makes a difference we look forward to hearing from you.
Victim Support are committed to recruiting with care and to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Background checks and Disclosed Barring Service checks will be required.
Victim Support takes pride in being a diverse organisation, enriched by the participation of all individuals and communities. Diversity matters and we value it.