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Hope and Homes for Children is looking for a Database Manager to join us and make families, never orphanages the new narrative. As the world recovers from the impact of Covid, there is increased risk of families experiencing the poverty, lack of support and desperation that drives children into orphanages. There is vital work to be done in ensuring this does not happen.
This is a really exciting time to join our team. Our profile is rising in line with our ambition and in support of this we have recently launched a new organisational strategy and refreshed our brand to ensure the voice of children is heard, globally.
About the role:
We are looking for an enthusiastic and talented professional who has an excellent understanding of how a fundraising database should work. You’ll manage and oversee the organisational use of HHC’s database (Raisers Edge NXT) and associated Blackbaud modules, as a critical tool in achieving HHC’s fundraising and supporter engagement objectives.
You’ll be joining a brave, can-do organisation, and an ambitious, collaborative and multi-skilled team. You’ll be encouraged to think and act big, and you’ll be mandated and supported to do what’s needed to achieve our mission. You’ll work with dedicated, passionate champions who are ready to take bold steps to inspire change - advocating for our cause, engaging individuals and organisations across the globe in the foundational importance of family love for children.
You will have extensive experience of day to day management, including maintenance and development of a contact relationship management or fundraising database and proven experience of working with colleagues to enable their effective use of a database and experience of improving data quality / data cleansing to ensure optimum quality.
About Hope and Homes for Children:
Orphanages harm children.
The majority of those who experience life inside an institution suffer violence, abuse and neglect. Denied the chance to grow up in a family, they’re more likely to become homeless later in life, to have run-ins with the law, and to experience mental and physical health issues.
The shocking truth is that these are almost always children who have, or could have, a family to look after them. To love them. But every day, a broken system puts pressure on parents to give up their children. They'll be safe from war, can escape poverty, will get an education. False promises. No child should have to trade their family for their future.
Today, over 5.4 million children are trapped within institutions. It’s not right and it must stop. Children deserve so much better. Always.
Since 1994, Hope and Homes for Children has been working to stop the institutionalisation of children. We’re 250 people, in ten countries, inspiring organisations, including the UN, EU and governments around the world, to close the doors of orphanages forever. Instead, we fight for every child to feel the love and belonging of a safe family home.
We want to make families, never orphanages, the new narrative. The global Covid pandemic is an emergency for the children and families we work with. So far, the virus has robbed nearly two million children of the mothers, fathers or grandparents who cared for them. With families stretched to breaking point, millions more children now risk losing their loving homes to the neglect and abuse of an orphanage.
You can help prevent this from happening.
Location: Fully flexible with occasional travel to our Salisbury or London offices.
Contract Type: Permanent.
Hours: 37.5 hours, with flexibility, as we have generous flexible and home working practises.
Salary: £44,000 to £45,000 per annum.
Closing Date:?The final cut off for applications is 20th June 2022.
However, we will be reviewing applications as they come in and may close the vacancy early if we receive sufficient interest from high calibre candidates. So, please do not delay and get in touch as soon as possible if you have the right skills, experience and passion for our cause.
To apply, please upload your CV and short cover letter, indicating how you have led the development of a database in a previous organisation and worked with colleagues to improve data quality. Please keep your cover letter to no more than 500 words in total. This post requires the post holder to have the right to work in the UK.
HHC actively encourages equality and diversity, and we look to recruit across age, gender, ethnicity and background as we believe diversity brings us closer to our mission of eliminating orphanages.
You may have experience of: Database Manager, Database Officer, Database and Insight Manager, Data Analysis Manager.
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Football Beyond Borders is an organisation that strives to achieve the best outcomes for the young
people it supports. We put young people at the heart of our decision-making.
We are looking for someone who is committed to using learnings and insights to drive decision-
making to ensure that our programme is driving meaningful outcomes for our young people. The
FBB model puts young people’s passions and strengths at the heart of their development to help
them thrive in secondary school. We need someone who is experienced and skilled at facilitating
learnings from colleagues, identifying areas of the programme that need to be developed, designing
training sessions for delivery practitioners and managing quality assurance to ensure our
programme is being delivered consistently and at high quality in all our schools. This role will be key
to us achieving our vision of making FBB the best intervention for adolescents disengaged with
You will be highly motivated, with high standards for yourself and others. We’re seeking someone
skilled, ambitious and keen to learn, with a passion for supporting the most at risk young people.
You will have a strong moral compass, experience working within education or the impact space
and a proven commitment to making a real difference to young people’s lives.
Before you skim the job description, please remember you don’t have to tick all the boxes for the
role to apply. We all experience a bit of imposter syndrome, including the staff here at Football
Beyond Borders. If this role pulls you and you believe you could make a difference then apply
anyway or reach out to us to discuss more!
1) Your CV that should include:
- Personal details including contact details
and N.I number
- Education and training history
- Details of 2 referees including your
current employer if applicable
- A description of your employment history
2) A written application on the following 3
areas (no more than 1 side of A4 in minimum
11 point font):
- Why are you passionate about supporting
young people to achieve their goals both
at school and in wider life?
- Why do you want to do this job and work
- How do your skills and experience relate
to the role advertised?
Would you like to work for an award-winning charity who are inspiring world-leaders in research, support and campaigning? Here at Charity Horizons we are delighted to be supporting The Encephalitis Society in the recruitment of a brand new, integral role of Data Insight and CRM Manager.
Encephalitis is an inflammation of the brain with limited awareness and the Encephalitis Society have one simple mission… to increase global awareness of encephalitis, saving lives and building better futures. The Encephalitis Society is a state-of-the-art, award-winning charity who delivers quality services with passion and dynamism. The society raise awareness of encephalitis and collaborate on research into the condition They are highly regarded among the scientific and medical communities as well as their beneficiaries
This role is to develop and manage the Society’s CRM systems (Donorfy and Beacon) and work with colleagues across the organisation to provide evidence that guides strategy and decision-making processes. The Data Insight and CRM Manager will lead on data selections, data segmentation, marketing analysis and how insights support the charity’s work.
To be considered for this role you will ideally come to us with previous digital experience along with a proven track record of data analysis/ CRM systems The team at Encephalitis Society are small but incredibly passionate and dedicated so we are looking for someone with a keen enthusiasm for the work of the charity and an ability to work well independently and as part of a team. Honesty, flexibility, dedication and positivity are all key attributes that we believe will make a person a success in this role and we would love to hear from you if this feels like a good match!
If you wish to express your interest in this vacancy, please apply here or contact Charlie or Leanne at Charity Horizons for more information.
Please note: if you would like to submit an application or express your interest in an alternative format, such as audio or video upload, please contact either Charlie at Charity Horizons who will be happy to advise on this.
Please be aware that Charity Horizons use anonymous recruitment methods when submitting shortlists for all our roles and we only work with organisations that are happy to engage with us in this way.
Charity Horizons is an equal opportunities employer and as such actively promotes equality, diversity and inclusion in the workplace. We welcome and encourage applications from all suitable candidates irrespective of age, disability, hidden disability, race or national origin, religion or belief, gender, gender expression, political view, sexual orientation, medical condition or pregnancy.
An exciting new opportunity for an Insight Analyst to join one of the UK’s leading charities, based in Central London.
The Insight Analyst will encompass a detailed understanding of data analytics to help deliver strategic insight across all fundraising departments alongside an extremely reputable organisation within the charity sector.
As the Insight Analyst, you will play an integral part of ensuring that all data is captured and translated into usable dashboards for the internal team and key stakeholders. It will also give you a chance to enhance existing technological skills such as analysing and validating data sets, having a real impact on the way data is managed across the company.
The Senior Insight Analyst will also benefit from flexible working options, as well as 35 hour working weeks.
Skills that are required for Insight Analyst:
- Good knowledge of SQL
- Experience in using a BI tool (such as PowerBi)
- Keen to learn with ability to work alongside a team
- Strong Communication skills
Insight Analyst / Data Analyst / SQL / PowerBi / Insight / Analytics
Salary: £35,000 - £38,000 + flexi working, 35 hours & fantastic work environment
Location: Hybrid, London Office
Apply now for immediate consideration regarding this excellent opportunity
Understanding Recruitment is acting as an employment agency for this vacancy.
This is a fantastic opportunity for the right person to make a positive impact on our future. We are a small, supportive team who work closely together, despite all being based at home (and sometimes abroad!) FRAME has a long and proud history as the oldest charity focused on replacing animals in biomedical testing. We have been influential in developing and validating new research methods as well as advising regulators and policymakers. We have been around for 50 years, contributing significantly to eliminating animal testing in a range of areas. Funding research and working with academics is a key part of our work to reduce reliance on animal use in testing and research, and reflects the charity’s ethos for working within the scientific community, rather than from the outside, to bring change. We are looking for someone with a PhD and a relevant scientific research background to join the team to manage our Grant Schemes and lead existing, and new, outreach projects and initiatives related to the academic community and research students. If you want to work in a caring, supportive organisation making a real difference to the use of animals in scientific research, and you thrive on variety and getting things done then we really look forward to hearing from you.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Reporting to the Trusts and Grants Manager, as well as supporting the Insights and Impact Manager, you will play an integral cross-team role in our exciting plans to diversify and increase our income, and further demonstrate the real impact of our programmes.
The role requires someone with experience in income generation, fundraising and/or data collection and analysis. You will come with fresh insight to help us use the evidence of our impact to grow our supporter base, increase our income and support more young people facing challenges in their everyday lives.
If you are a switched on, analytical individual who can demonstrate a commitment to the charity’s goals and has a keen interest in developing a career in charity fundraising and insights then this role is for you.
As a key member of the Trust’s Business Development Team, you will also need to work closely with our Programmes team, our Comms and Marketing team, and will have the opportunity to work alongside our world class athlete mentors, as well as the CEO.
We are a close, supportive and innovative team, who want to see all our staff fulfil their potential.
Key Areas of work
- Prospect research local and regional funding opportunities and write creative and exciting proposals to funders, using evidence of our impact, to secure new and follow-on funding,
- Support the Trusts and Grants Manager to build a long-term funder cultivation programme and a programme of fundraising points throughout the year,
- Support the Insights and Impact Manager to enhance and maintain the Trust's overarching M&E framework which encompasses data collection for all programmes
- Support and maintain an efficient and data driven CRM system with strong user buy in, management information and dashboard and stewardship capabilities.
- Operate within the legal and moral standards of fundraising and impact measurement.
- Collate, clean and analyse survey-based outcomes and impact data on young people attending our programmes supported by data collection from athletes and community partners
- Use this data analysis to write an insightful and timely end-of-programme reports to funders to demonstrate the impact of their funding on young people
Other key roles:
- To ensure that a positive image of Dame Kelly Holmes Trust is projected at all times.
- To contribute to other activities undertaken by Dame Kelly Holmes Trust.
- To contribute to organisational effectiveness through positive team working.
- To adhere to Dame Kelly Holmes Trust Health and Safety & Safeguarding Procedures.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Project Manager to join the Strategy, Knowledge & Innovation team. You will join us working 35 hours per week and in return you will receive a competitive salary of up to £42,792.91 per annum plus excellent benefits. This role can be based either remotely with occasion travel to London and East Sussex, or as a hybrid role working remotely and from our National Cat Centre in East Sussex as and when you like.
Cats Protection is the UK’s leading feline welfare charity with a nationwide network of adoption and homing centres, volunteer-run branches and charity shops. During 2021, we helped 137,000 cats and kittens. That's the equivalent of around 375 cats a day!
The newly formed Marketing and Income Generation Directorate is made up of a number of key departments at Cats Protection, that work together to shape our brand reputation, engagement and ability to raise funds and drive behaviour change. As part of our 10-year strategy, our directorate is set to grow and develop over the coming years and will be at the centre of ensuring Cats Protection can continue to improve the quality of life for cats across the UK. This role sits specifically within our Strategy, Knowledge and Innovation department, we provide the directorate with the business-critical operational support it needs to meet our growth strategy by delivering essential insight, management information, innovative framework, business processes and capabilities.
Responsibilities of our Project Manager:
As a key member of the Strategy, Knowledge and Innovation team, you’ll be using your project management expertise in a variety of ways. We’re looking for someone with stellar planning and budgeting capability who can produce and monitor directorate level plans, working with departments within and outside the directorate to ensure dependencies and milestones are understood and met. This role provides an opportunity to manage a variety of interesting projects, support the embedding of good project management practice, and to work in a team who provide insight and innovation to drive growth and awareness.
What we’re looking for in our Project Manager:
- 5 years project management experience
- Strong planning and budgeting skills
- Demonstrable experience of delivering multiple and varied projects simultaneously
- Ability to build excellent working relationships with internal teams and external partners
- Whilst experience of working in a charity is desirable but not essential, a commercial aptitude and ability to think holistically would be extremely advantageous
What we can offer you:
- salary of up to £42,792.91 annum plus excellent benefits
- generous annual leave entitlement
- contribution pension scheme
- life assurance scheme
- range of health benefits
- Employee Assistance Programme
- and more
Join us as our Project Manager and know you are helping to make a real difference to cats and kittens across the UK!
Unfortunately, we cannot accept applications or CVs that are emailed to us directly. Please note any applications received after the closing date may not be responded to.
Closing date: 5th June 2022
Virtual interview date: Week commencing 13th June 2022
Cats Protection is committed to safeguarding children and adults at risk and protecting anyone that comes into contact with us from harm. We expect all employees and volunteers to share this commitment.
Prospectus is delighted to be working with Hope and Homes for Children to recruit a Database Manager who will directly manage and oversee the organisational use of their database (Raisers Edge NXT) and associated Blackbaud modules, as a critical tool in achieving fundraising and supporter engagement objectives. This job role has the potential to become permanent and can be worked remotely.
For almost 30 years, Hope and Homes has been fighting for every child to feel the love of a safe, family home; and to inspire organisations around the world to close the doors of orphanages forever. The need for their life-changing solutions has never been greater. Covid has brought millions more families to the brink of separation, and orphaned vast numbers of vulnerable children. Their approach is effective across a wide variety of contexts; moving children out of orphanages to safety, and reforming childcare systems from the top down to make family-based care the norm.
The main responsibilities of this role include leading the strategic development of the database and being responsible for the quality and consistency of data. You will set and maintain user standards, provide training and support fundraising and finance teams through analysis of data.
To be successful as a Database Manager you will have a good understanding of databases (ideally Raisers Edge) and how to use them effectively. You will understand how to improve data quality and know how to best support your colleagues to do the same. Alongside this, you will be able to complete data queries and segmentation and be able to work to deadlines.
As a specialist Recruitment Practice we are committed to building inclusive and diverse organisations, and welcome applications from all sections of the community. We invest in your journey as a candidate and are committed to supporting you in your application.
In order to apply, simply submit your CV, covers letters are not required. Should your experience be suitable, we will send you the full job description and arrange for a call to discuss the role further.
In order to apply, simply submit your CV and begin preparing a cover letter explaining why you would make a good fit for the role. Should your experience be suitable, we will send you the full job description and arrange for a call to discuss the role further.
Do you have a track record of producing and quality assuring management information, analytical outputs and managing data? If so, joining NFER as a Knowledge and Analysis Manager you’ll help inform strategic decision-making and make a positive, lasting impact in a leading independent charity with a worldwide reputation.
Assisting our Senior Knowledge and Analysis Manager you’ll play a key role in ensuring NFER’s continued success and supporting the growth of our UK and international portfolio of work, through a range of bids data analysis and knowledge management activities. Key activities of the role includes day-to-day management, analysis and reporting of data on our bidding performance and the market, to inform senior managers’ monitoring and strategic decision-making. You will line manage our Bids Information Officer, overseeing their data management work and taking responsibility for the day-to-day management of our tender searching. You will also manage, produce and quality assure business focused knowledge management outputs.
• strong track record of producing and quality assuring management information/analytical outputs and managing data
• experience of producing information bulletins, based on selecting and summarising relevant material
• excellent communication skills including the ability to write clearly and succinctly and contribute confidently to senior meetings
• highly numerate and able to work confidently with quantitative or financial data
• intermediate MS Excel skills
• commercially savvy and business thinking approach to support development of effective knowledge management support for internal customers
• ability to use sound professional judgement and apply knowledge from one context to another
• creativity and confidence to share ideas for improving processes and service delivery.
At NFER, our mission is to improve outcomes for future generations everywhere and to support positive change across education systems worldwide. We have a strong track record in education research, a growing international reputation, and world-leading expertise in the role of assessment in driving improvement. We believe in the transformative impact that evidence-based insights can have in supporting improvements in education systems, informing policymakers and other key decision makers, and strengthening practice in the classroom.
- Salary £30,000 - £42,000 DOE
- Generous pension scheme
- 42 days’ holiday per year including Bank Holidays + additional discretionary days (pro rata)
- Excellent support for professional development
- Hybrid or remote working with great work/life balance
- Plus lots of well-being and social activities
- UK based and UK Skilled Worker sponsorship
The closing date for applications will be midnight 12th June 2022.
You’ll be linked to our Slough or York office with minimal requirement for office-based days meaning you can choose to work at home, from the office or a mix of the two to enable you to work as effectively as you can. Our teams value the energy we create when we come together so ideally you’ll join us in Slough for 4-6 key dates throughout the year.
NFER is a not-for-profit organisation and an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.
If you’re looking for a place where you can put your heart, soul and skills into making a difference, we want to hear from you. Apply via the button shown.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Right to Succeed is a fast-growing national charity, working to deliver place-based and educational change in the most disadvantaged communities. Together, alongside their local and national partners, Right to Succeed delivers coordinated, impactful programmes aimed at improving outcomes for vulnerable children and young people, their families and wider communities.
We are looking for an Impact Communications Manager to improve how Right to Succeed monitors and communicates the impact our programmes achieve and the value we bring to communities. This is an unusual role, which sits in the External Communications team and works closely with the Data and Insights team.
The ideal candidate will be able to understand complex concepts and communicate them clearly to a variety of specialist and non-specialist audiences. They will have a passion for communicating positive stories. This is a fixed-term role to deliver a two-part project: reviewing our existing programmes to identify and evidence impact, and developing processes that enable us to build this into future programmes.
To apply for this position, please send a CV and supporting statement to apply via our advert on CharityJob by midnight on Monday 6th June 2022. Please note, we are scheduling interviews as applications are received, therefore an early application is recommended.
Your supporting statement must not exceed 2 pages and should cover your motivation for applying for the role and how your skills and experience meet the essential criteria outlined in the Person Specification.
Location: Home based.
Salary: £33,438 - £36,515 actual per annum (depending on skills and experience) + London allowance of £3,600 if applicable)
Working Hours: 35 per week
Closing Date: 06 June 2022
Interview Date: TBC (via Zoom or Teams)
Contract type: Fixed Term for 12 months (with possibility of going perm or contract extension)
We reserve the right to close this vacancy early if we receive sufficient applications for the role. Therefore, if you are interested, please submit your application as early as possible.
Please note the deadline for submitting applications for this vacancy is 23:59pm on the closing date.
About Alzheimer's Society
We are Alzheimer’s Society, the UK’s leading dementia charity. We are a vital source of support and a powerful force for change for everyone affected by dementia. We provide help and hope.
Dementia can devastate lives, but we won’t stop until we improve everyone’s experience. By 2025, 1 million people will be living with the condition in the UK, and many millions more carers, partners, families and friends are affected.
We provide help - we support people affected by all types of dementia through some of the hardest and most frightening times. Whoever you are, whatever you’re going through, you can turn to us for practical advice, emotional support, and guidance to the best next step.
We provide hope - we are, and we empower people affected by dementia to be, a leading force for change - using cutting edge research and influencing?to push for breakthroughs that’ll change the lives of people affected by dementia, now and in the future.?
Together, we will make sure people living with dementia and their carers live more fulfilled and less fearful lives, free from stigma and inequality.
About the role
We are exciting to be recruiting for a new Digital Analytics Manager to be apart of our Marketing and Communications division to help us lead and manage the use of digital analytics across the organisation to help grow digital income and optimise user experience by ensuring best use of digital insights.
In this role, your responsibilities will include setting up and managing digital tracking and analytical tools, creating dashboards for insightful reports, and leading on the Society’s digital analytics upskilling programme.
This position will also play an integral role in leading tracking and analytical projects, ensuring user-needs and legal requirements are met.
This new role is seeking a talented individual who is:
- Proactive with excellent problem-solving skills
- Skilful in using data and insight to help influence positive changes
- Able to demonstrate a strong background in working with or managing digital analytics.
- Excellent communication skills (essential)
- Be comfortable with liaising with stakeholders across all levels
- Delivering engaging and impactful digital analytics training programmes to teams across the organisation.
You may have experience of the following: Digital Analytics and Insight Manager, Digital Analytics Manager, Insight Manager, Customer Insight Manager, Data Analytics, Data Analyst, Business Intelligence, Business Intelligence Manager, Customer Insight, Data Analysis, Customer Insight Data Analyst, Market Analyst etc.
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Strategic Partnerships Events Manager
Contract: Permanent, minimum 22.5 hours - 36.5 hours per week
Location: Remote working with a minimum of one day a month in our Milton Keynes head office. If preferred, you can attend the office more frequently.
Salary: From £30,763 per year pro rata + good range of benefits.
With over 70 years of experience, our focus is on helping the most vulnerable children overcome poverty and experience fullness of life. We help children of all backgrounds, even in the most dangerous places, inspired by our Christian faith.
Come join our 34,000+ staff working in nearly 100 countries and share the joy of transforming vulnerable children’s life stories!
World Vision is an international children’s charity working with children, their communities, and with supporters and partners, in 100 countries. Through long-term development projects, emergency responses and advocacy we’ve helped bring lasting change to millions of children for more than 70 years. We help children of all backgrounds, even in the most dangerous places, inspired by our Christian faith. Work for World Vision UK and you will be part of a truly global Partnership, building brighter futures for vulnerable children.
Want to help change children’s lives through your creativity and event management skills?
By joining the thriving and growing Strategic Partnerships Department as their Events Manager you will be accountable for leading our programme of annual events, delivering high quality, creative and inspiring events across our range of audiences. With extensive events management experience, creative flare, a strive for excellence and ability to deliver under pressure and to tight deadlines, we are looking for someone who will bring their skills and abilities to our dynamic department, helping us to achieve our ambitious goals.
World Vision UK is looking for an experienced Events Manager, to lead and be accountable for a Special Events strategy and programme of annual events that will deliver memorable, creative and high-quality events to inspire, engage and steward the Strategic Partnership’s range of audiences. Through design, creation, managing and delivery of the Strategic Partnerships events calendar, high net worth donors, Corporate Partners, Strategic Churches and leaders and other senior or influential stakeholders engaged across the organisation will be immersed in our work, leading to deeper engagement, growing networks and income to increase World Vision UK’s ability to transform children’s lives.
You will be accountable for the delivery of events, and responsible for key stakeholder engagement, including the CEO and other senior leadership staff, Trustees, International Programmes experts and external speakers.
The right candidate will:
- Be educated to degree level (or with equivalent training and experience) in a relevant subject.
- Be a proficient user of the Microsoft suite programmes including Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint, as well as Zoom, Eventbrite or other event management platforms.
- Have a proven track record of delivering high quality, engaging events, meeting their brief, on time and to budget.
- Be passionate about engaging audiences through both online and in person events, and have experience of hosting hybrid events.
- Be able to work cross organisationally, influencing peers and briefing speakers and staff.
- Work closely with the rest of the department, including the Heads of Corporate, Philanthropy, New Business and Church and Christian Partnerships, to ensure you deliver on brief, and meet their audiences requirements.
Every day will be different, as you provide exceptional event management including:
- Event strategy development
- Event concept creation
- Event planning and management
- Database management for invitations and post event follow up
- Audience insight, feedback logging and learning reviews
- Risk assessments and adhering to health and safety regulations
You will be an independent thinker, proactive and solution focused, with an eye for detail and a strong ability to turn a creative concept into reality. You will also be a strong communicator, both verbally and written, with the ability to build relationships across teams and the wider organisation.
This role plays a vital part in the Strategic Partnerships Directorate being able to we can’t wait for the right candidate to join us.
In addition to the salary offered, we offer good benefits including pension, generous holiday entitlement and free parking (MK only).
Please upload your CV of full employment history explaining any gaps of employment and reasons for leaving your previous employer. This must be accompanied with a covering letter stating how you meet the essential criteria given in the Job Description.
Closing date for applications: 21st June 2022
**Please note that you MUST be holding the Right to work in the UK documentation as unfortunately this role is not sponsored** Please note, we reserve the right to interview and appoint before the advertised closing date.
World Vision UK is an Equal Opportunities Employer. We value diversity and aspire to reflect this in our workforce. We welcome applications from people representing all sections of the community. World Vision UK also operates flexible working policies and practices.
As a child-focused organisation, World Vision UK is committed to the safeguarding of children, therefore any offer of employment is conditional upon the successful completion of applicable background checks, including a criminal records check. By submitting your application, you understand and accept that World Vision UK will process the data you provide for the purposes of your application and in accordance with the World Vision UK - Job Applicant Privacy Notice available on our website.
World Vision UK is a registered organisation operating the MDS Scheme and we shall check with your previous employers about your behaviour and conduct. We will be requesting they complete a form known as a Statement of Conduct. For more information see the link on our website.
No agencies please
Our advice team supports nearly 4,000 kinship carers each year with expert advice. We’re looking for an accomplished leader and manager to lead our growing advice and information team. As part of our new three-year strategy (2022–2025), we’re focusing on developing our high-quality, user-centred services to support more kinship carers when they need it most.
You’ll be an excellent manager, supporting your team to unlock their potential, develop new skills and pilot new channels of support and information (online chat, legal advice, and web content, among others). Our new Kinship Compass project is about developing clear and easy-to-access pathways to advice and information and peer support across local kinship communities. As our Advice and Information Manager, you’ll work closely with your team to support this project, taking the lead on developing the advice and information pathway.
We are growing and so is the need for our kinship carers. You’ll be a dynamic, thoughtful leader supporting a passionate and committed team.
You’ll work with our Online Service Innovation Manager to continuously improve the service, embrace digital solutions and create efficiencies and processes to drive performance and increase our ability to provide more support to kinship carers across England and Wales.
In this role, you'll work 28 hours (4 days) per week, and we offer flexibility so you can fit your home life around your job (which is really important to us).
Kinship is the leading charity in England and Wales for kinship carers – relatives and friends who raise children when their parents aren’t able to. We offer kinship carers expert advice as well as financial, legal, practical and emotional support and understanding from the moment they need it, for as long as they need it. We’re always there to help with the complicated and stressful decisions that so many kinship families have to make, as well as to celebrate the good times.
Working alongside kinship carers and the children they raise, with their voices and views at the fore, we build communities of support and give everything we have to fight for each family and their rights, as well as to raise awareness of kinship care and secure better support for all those playing this critical role.
In return, we offer 30 days’ annual leave plus bank holidays (pro rata if part-time) and a pension.
For further details about the role, please refer to the attached job specification.
To apply, please click the Apply button to send us your CV and cover letter, along with a completed Equal Opportunities form.
Closing date: 9am on Monday 6 June 2022.
Interview date: w/c 20 June 2022.
To apply, please click the Apply button to send us your CV and cover letter, along with a completed Equal Opportunities form.
NEF is seeking a partner to help us develop and implement an evaluation framework for our five year programme on social housing (Homes for Us). We have £30,000 available for this work to be spent between 2022 - 2026. We are looking for a partner with experience of evaluating large scale programmes of work, and who has a solid understanding of how movement building and organising, policy development, and campaigning, influencing and advocacy lead to progressive change.
The evaluation partner will be comfortable and confident working with the programme team at NEF, as well as with a diverse range of community partners on the ground, and allies from other organisations, local and national government, to gather insight and learning in an iterative way and co-develop a process and framework that can change and adapt as the work unfolds over the next five years. A good understanding of or background in housing issues would be welcome, but isn’t essential.
We would like to work with someone who is knowledgeable about how to bring in participatory approaches to evaluation, as well as an intersectional lens with a focus on diversity, equity and inclusion.
How to apply
Please send a CV which outlines your relevant experience, along with a proposal of no more than two pages outlining how you would approach this evaluation, paying particular attention to the workstrands we have outlined on our website.
Deadline: 5 pm, 10th June 2022
Interviews: 20th June 2022
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
This role manages the development and production of resources to support food banks in the Trussell Trust network to engage in our shared strategy to end the need for mass distribution of emergency food, Together for Change.
Working with creative professionals and experts both externally and across the Trussell Trust, the role will manage, coordinate, curate and create resources, primarily hosted on our food bank digital hub – including written, film, audio and photographic – that allow food banks to engage with the Together for Change strategy.
The Food Bank Content Manager will grow an understanding of the Trussell Trust food bank network as an audience, including understanding barriers to them taking strategic action. They will be responsible for ensuring resources are brand-compliant, relevant and effective for food banks busy dealing with increasing need in their communities. As part of the Network Programmes & Innovation Directorate, the Food Bank Content Manager will use communication and influencing techniques to bring all 1,300 food bank centres across the UK further along their strategic journey.
Manage, coordinate, develop and produce strategic & operational content and resources for the Trussell Trust network to help food banks engage with strategic strands - Changing Minds, Changing Policy and Changing Communities
Responsible for the Digital Hub, curating the content and overseeing it’s development, where a wide range of strategic and operational resources are hosted for the Trussell Trust food bank network
Edit, amend, and enhance material for bespoke projects, in partnership with teams across the organisation, with particular attention to brand, tone and house style, ensuring key messages are delivered in an impactful way, and the formats and approaches taken are appropriate for the channel and distribution plan.
Commission, produce, curate and store all assets in accordance with data protection legislation (GDPR) and ensuring legal protection, developing approaches to contracting, licensing, subject consent and usage, that maintains a sensitive approach to client confidentiality.
Manage creative projects and related processes in house or with external suppliers, from brief to delivery, including production schedules, storyboard, and script,as required, in line with budget and requirements.
Line manage a Food Bank Network Coordinator, including providing regular support, 121s, development opportunities & feedback.
Technical skills and minimum knowledge:
Specialist knowledge of design, video production, animation and editing packages.
Experience managing content resources and digital archives, including helping others develop, access and use assets appropriately.
Content planning skills, including brief development, storyboarding and project management, in particular helping to identify audience focussed approaches to meet strategic objectives and enhance the brand
Experience of commissioning and managing external photographers, agencies, producers and suppliers.
Sound understanding of contracting and licensing creative work as well as data protection principles and compliance.
Experience working with digital content hosting platforms
Behaviours and competencies:
Creative storyteller, able to construct compelling, emotive narratives, with a strong eye for quality whilst being able to flex tone for different audiences and channels.
Able to balance simplicity and impact of message with innovation in content approaches.
Able to manage multiple projects and deadlines, engaging clients collaboratively appropriately in the process.
Demonstrate a commitment to the values of the Trussell Trust
Demonstrates empathy for people from disadvantaged, marginalised or socially- excluded backgrounds
Role models inclusive behaviours
The Trussell Trust food bank network
Public Engagement departments, which includes Brand and Marketing, Strategic Communications, Supporter Engagement and Insight, Supporter Retention and Development, Corporate Partnerships, Trusts and Grants.
Other managers across a range of departments, particularly those leading audience and partner facing work, and those supporting the network of food banks.
External Agencies, partners and suppliers
The Trussell Trust is a charity that works to end the need for food banks. It is founded on and shaped by Christian principles.
Our values of dignity, justice, compassion and community, are central to all that we do and therefore supports our aim to be an organisation where the diversity of all employees is valued. We welcome people of all faiths and none and those that are committed to these values.
We recognise that we have under-represented groups within our workforce. As part of our commitment to diversity and equality of opportunity we are actively encouraging applications from under-represented groups such as returning parents or carers who are re-entering work after a career break, people who are LGBT+, from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds, with a disability, impairment, learning difference or long-term condition, with caring responsibilities, from different nations and regions and those with a lived experience of poverty as well as any other under-represented group in our workforce. We are committed ensuring the safety and protection of our employees from all forms of harm.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.