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MAIN PURPOSE OF POST
The Senior Partnerships Officer, is responsible for the implementation and maintenance of a rolling programme of prospect identification, research and nurturing of relationships, specifically for corporate supporters, though you may also be involved with trusts, foundations and Major Donors on some level. The post holder will lead on maximising support through the corporate fundraising streams, drafting and submitting applications and other approaches to prospective funders and donors to increase income. In addition to developing persuasive cases for support in line with organisational priorities, the post holder will ensure that the activities for which funds are sought are impactful, measurable and can be effectively reported on to funders. The post holder will also be required to support with and attend fundraising events with the purpose of relationship building, nurture and networking.
The post holder will develop and maintain both internal and external contacts and will need to develop a thorough understanding of Women’s Aid’s work, business plans and strategic priorities.
DUTIES AND KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
- To work closely with the Fundraising Manager to develop and implement a strategy for maximising income from Corporate supporters.
- To be personally responsible for a portfolio of prospective and existing corporate supporters to solicit large donations, apply for funding and ensure meaningful partnerships are created.
- Work to match funders’ aims with Women’s Aid’s Vision, Purpose and Mission, packaging up relevant areas of Women’s Aid’s work and strategy to be appealing to funders. Will have to act creatively and innovatively in order to not miss out on opportunities in a fast paced funding environment and will need to be able to cross sell Women’s Aid products, such as training packages for corporate partners.
- Present compelling cases for support and proposal packages funders both in person and in writing.
- To manage the corporate fundraising officer, and oversee their work with small businesses and workplace fundraising income.
- To manage the prospect development programme, identifying prospects and new funding opportunities, using our database and extended networks (via Trustees, existing supporters, advisory groups, operational contracts etc.) as well as identifying those with a likely interest in our cause but who are not yet connected with Women’s Aid, and ways to approach them.
- Will be required to act independently to manage key relationships with supporters of high value to Women’s Aid, working alongside other colleagues to help maximise support, this may on occasion include Celebrity Ambassadors, and influencers.
- Establish appropriate means of monitoring and evaluating activity, and ensure that all reports to donors are delivered within deadline.
- Take responsibility for ensuring that full records of all contacts are maintained on the database, in accordance with GDPR and relevant reports are produced.
- Use the fundraising database to analyse success rates to support the Fundraising strategy and to feed into the Fundraising teams KPI’s.
- Ensure that all donations are quickly and correctly processed and acknowledged and that reports are available in the appropriate format.
2. Cross departmental working
2.1 To liaise with colleagues across Women’s Aid to ensure an accurate and in depth knowledge of the key services and ongoing projects to ensure the organisation’s work is presented to funders appropriately. Have a good understanding of organisational needs and strategy in order to be able to answer questions from corporate funders.
2.2 To ensure that the conditions of existing funding is adhered to and reported against correctly.
2.3 Work with colleagues across the organisation to strengthen key relationships with partners of high value to Women’s Aid.
2.4 Be willing to share knowledge and advice in areas of expertise with colleagues in the team, and across the wider organisation.
3. Relationship Management
3.1 Provide excellent account management to Corporate Partners, and, where appropriate, Trusts and Major Donors. Ensure that all prospects have a meaningful relationship with Women’s Aid; liaising with Trustees, and the Chief Executive as appropriate.
3.2 To regularly review the donor prospect portfolios across Women’s Aid and to ensure that the right person is driving each relationship.
3.4 To prepare a thorough action/reporting plan for each donor relationship, liaising with colleagues across the organisation to ensure effective relationship management is upheld.
4. Stewardship and engagement
4.1 To employ a variety of personal engagement mechanisms to ensure that prospects and supporters become, and remain, fully engaged with our cause. Mechanisms to include: private meetings; introductions to operational colleagues, Trustees and Directors as appropriate; small engagement events such as dinners; large engagement events such as launches, events and receptions.
4.2 To employ a variety of communications to steward prospects and supporters. Communications to include, but not limited to; Women’s Aid publications, bespoke updates/impact reports on gifts, prompt and personalised thank you letters, bespoke communications sent on issues we know are of interest to individual donors.
4.3 Ensure the highest level of standards of data capture are maintained on Raiser’s Edge, ensuring a complete accurate and up-to-date information on all donors and prospects, whether individuals or organisations. This includes – but is not limited to – information on giving history, relationships, contacts, proposals submitted etc. In particular the post holder must ensure that information is captured and recorded on individual’s connections/relationships with other relevant individuals and organisations.
PERSON SPECIFICATION: Senior Major Donor and Corporates Fundraising Officer
- Proven experience of successful fundraising from Trusts, Corporates, major & mid-level donors
- Experience of acquiring and managing corporate Charity of the Year partnerships
- Demonstrable initiative and determination
- Proven ability to work alone as well as part of a team
- Line management experience
- Experience of writing reports on activities, summarising and analysing figures to make recommendations using Word, Excel and databases
- Experience of managing events for high level donors
SKILLS & ABILITIES
- Demonstrable experience in developing positive relationships with major donors and corporate partners
- Experience of researching and developing targeted proposals for presentation to prospective major donors and corporate partners
- Experience of developing a strategy to meet targets
- Excellent attention to detail and accurate record keeping
- A flexible approach to work, with the ability to manage competing deadlines and priorities
- Excellent interpersonal skills, ability to liaise with people at all levels, on the telephone, face to face and in writing, and confident making presentations to diverse audiences
- Ability to adapt communication methods to suit differing audiences
- Ability to monitor and evaluate patterns of support and match appropriate project proposals
- Experience of working within agreed budget constraints, ensuring that expenditure is maintained within budgets, and that income is closely monitored
- Experience of compiling budgets for funders
- Good knowledge of the funding landscape and of best practice in multiple areas of fundraising (trusts and foundations, corporate and major donor).
- Experience of using a CRM database, preferably Raiser’s Edge
- Able to demonstrate a commitment and sensitivity to the aims and objectives of Women’s Aid;
- Commitment to anti-discriminatory practice and equal opportunities;
- Willingness to work occasional unsocial hours as required.
- Understanding of the need to act with discretion at all times.
SUMMARY OF TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
Terms of appointment: Offer of employment is subject to receipt of a satisfactory DBS assessment at the relevant level for the role and also a satisfactory Pre Employment Health Questionnaire at the expense of WAFE.
Confirmation of appointment will be subject to the satisfactory completion of a probationary period. This will normally be of six months (less for short term contracts). During this time an employee will be expected to establish their suitability for the post. During the probationary period employment may be terminated in writing, giving one week's notice by either party (this may be waived by mutual agreement). Only any statutory dismissal procedure will apply during the probationary period. There is no probationary period for contracts of under 3 months.
Salary: £31,766 pro rata. (On an incremental scale guided by the NJC Local authority pay scale points 35-39) + benefits. Salary is paid in arrears through bank credit by the 25th of each month. Part time staff receive pro-rata payment based on hours worked.
Working hours: The standard working hours for this post are 37 hours per week, based in Bristol; benefits include a generous bank holidays and annual leave package and contributory pension scheme.
Support and supervision: Women’s Aid has a commitment to providing regular supervision and support to staff with annual appraisals forming a key part of staff development. We have a training policy in place and encourage staff to take an active role in their career development plan.
Pension: Women’s Aid is enrolled with the People’s Pension scheme. Women’s Aid normally contributes 7% of salary and the employee contributes 3% towards the group pension scheme. Eligible staff will be automatically enrolled on the scheme when they have successfully completed the 3 month interim probationary review. .
Annual Leave: Women’s Aid offers an annual leave entitlement of 25 days per year rising by one day per year until 30 days annual leave per year is reached. In addition, we offer 8 days public holidays plus 2 additional days in March and August. All leave entitlement is calculated pro-rata for part time employees.
Other leave: Employees have contractual rights to time off for reasons of sickness, maternity and other circumstances.
Period of notice: 1 month after your probationary period has been completed.
Union: You have a right to membership of a trade union. Women’s Aid recognises Unison.
Asylum and Immigration Act 1996: To comply with this Act, Women’s Aid will need to see the original of at least one document from a specified list, most commonly a British Passport.
Additional information is available on request.
The Huntington's Disease Association is a UK registered charity that supports people affected by Huntington's disease. We provide information and advice to families, friends, and healthcare professionals.
Reporting directly to the Chief Executive, the Policy and Public Affairs Manager will use their skills and expertise to influence decision-makers to help the charity make a positive change for families affected by Huntington’s disease.
We are moving to a new strategic period and this post will be pivotal in helping achieve our future vision.
We are looking for someone to:
- Lead on policy and influencing work across a range of areas including access to mental health services, access to new medicines, care pathways, employment discrimination and insurance and benefits.
- Develop and implement a policy and public affairs strategy which supports the organisation’s wider strategic goals.
- Research and draft policy positions in a range of priority areas ensuring these are based on research, patient experience, clear analysis and strong arguments – and keep these up to date.
- Represent the charity at external meetings and position Huntington’s disease in alignment with government policy priorities.
- Develop and maintain relationships with key policy stakeholders across the government, NHS, NICE, OHID, Association of British Insurers, DWP and Armed Forces, as well as any other relevant bodies and organisation’s across England and Wales.
- Horizon scan and proactively maintain awareness of policy and political developments or announcements and update colleagues
- Develop relationships with interested parliamentarians and work with them to shape the government’s health and social care agenda.
- Develop and maintain relationships with pharmaceutical partners.
This is a fantastic opportunity for the right candidate to bring their knowledge, skills and experience to our organisation.
We offer great benefits including 25 days annual leave plus public holidays, a pension scheme with 3% employer contribution, a tax-free working from home allowance, a Medicash scheme, a flexible working approach, a supportive and positive working environment and fantastic learning and development opportunities.
We are committed to equal opportunities in our recruitment process and in order to find out how well we are doing, we collect monitoring data. This will not form part of the selection process in any way and will be used for monitoring purposes only. The completion of this form is voluntary.
The Huntington’s Disease Association follows Safer Recruitment practices to ensure we are safeguarding the people we work with. We require the successful candidate to provide two employment references and undergo a DBS check for enhance disclosure before joining the charity.
Full details of how we securely handle the data you provide to us as part of the recruitment process can be found in our privacy notice for job applicants on our website.
To apply, please email us your CV and cover letter detailing your relevant skills and why you want the position to [email protected] hda. org. uk. Applications submitted without a cover letter will not be considered.
Closing date for applications is 5pm on Wednesday 15 June 2022.
Interviews will be held on Thursday 23 June 2022.
To apply, please email us your CV and cover letter detailing your relevant skills and why you want the position. Applications submitted without a cover letter will not be considered.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
The Hepatitis C Trust has developed projects nationally whereby peers use their lived experience of injecting drug use and hepatitis C, to provide education and training to service users and staff in drug and alcohol, hostel and homeless services, increasing hepatitis C awareness, access to testing and referral to treatment, for people living with hepatitis C.
Do you have experience of working in drug services and with volunteers? Have you been affected by hepatitis C, or have you supported anyone who has hepatitis C? We are looking for a passionate and skilled peer lead who has excellent communication and organisational skills.We require a good standard of education and welcome creativity and innovation in all our work.
Working under the guidance of thePeer Coordinator, this post will continue the development of the project, recruiting and coordinating peers across identified areas within Sussex.Working in partnership with hepatitis C clinical teams,drug and alcohol services and homeless service providers, the post will coordinate delivery of educational workshops, hepatitis C testing in community settings, ensure that service users are referred and supported through hepatitis C treatment and care.
This post will require extensive travel across the county and the post holder is required to hold a clean driving licence and have their own vehicle for work related travel.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
The Hepatitis C Trust has developed projects nationally whereby peers use their lived experience of injecting drug use and hepatitis C, to provide education and training to service users and staff in drug and alcohol, hostel and homeless services. Increasing hepatitis C awareness, access to testing and referral to treatment for people living with hepatitis C.
Are you looking for an exciting new challenge? Do you have experience of working in drug services and with volunteers? Have you been affected by hepatitis C or have you supported anyone who has hepatitis C? We are looking for a passionate and skilled peer lead who has excellent communication and organisational skills. We require a good standard of education and welcome creativity and innovation in all our work.
Working under the guidance of Peer Coordinator, this post will continue the development of the project, recruiting and coordinating peers across Essex Coast and surrounding areas. You will be working in partnership with hepatitis C clinical teams, drug and alcohol services and homeless service providers. The post will coordinate delivery of educational workshops, hepatitis C testing in community settings, ensuring that service users are referred and supported through hepatitis C treatment and care.
This post will require extensive travel across the East of England. The post holder is required to hold a clean driving licence and have their own vehicle for work related travel.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
The Job (in a nutshell)
An amazing opportunity to be part of a Charity but working with a vast array of Industry leading corporate clients. We are looking for someone to grow and develop new partnerships with a clear remit of networking and developing key contacts to expand and develop the Apprentice, Graduate and Early leaders delivery model via employers (UK wide).
Occasional evening, weekend and overnight work will be required as part of the role, including attending taster sessions, client visits and centre visits.
Who we’re looking for
You will be a results driven team player with an understanding of Early Careers development, have a proven sales background, with a strong new business focus in two / three industry sectors.
You will have a passion for the outdoor education training and development market and be aligned to our values.
- Excellent communications skills and the ability to build strong working relationships with internal and external professionals.
- You’ll be highly organised have excellent attention to detail and be able to maintain high standards of communication on the phone and in writing.
- You will have good negotiation skills.
- You’ll be able to work unsupervised and under own initiative.
- A confident user in Microsoft systems.
- Strong presentation skills.
- Previous experience of LinkedIn and LinkedIn Sales Navigator for prospecting and client engagement.
Areas of responsibilities
- Securing new and repeat business to agreed personal and team quarterly and annual targets.
- Develop a deep understanding of client strategy and undertake learning needs analysis.
- Sales proposal production.
- Maintaining client records via our CRM system.
- Liaising with all areas of the organisation to maximise potential opportunities.
- Drive new business in your area through research, prospecting, and networking.
You’ll also need
- An enhanced DBS check.
Salary and benefits
Salary £24,000 - £30,000 per year dependent on experience
- Annual leave of 24 days, plus bank holidays (rising by a day a year to 30 days +BH).
- Life Assurance: 3 x salary, covered from start date; includes Employee Assistance helpline.
- 8 weeks’ sick pay at full salary in any 12 months.
- Long-term Disability Insurance: 2/3 salary less state incapacity benefit after 6 months’ absence for up to 5 years, covered from start date.
- Personal Accident Insurance while at work or commuting.
- Cash plan healthcare (currently Medicash) on application after completion of probation.
- Pension Scheme (currently Standard Life): Auto-enrolment after three months.
- Berghaus uniform items provided. Also, opportunity to purchase Berghaus products at discount.
- Discounted course fees for family members.
- Cycle to work Scheme.
- Personal Adventures – Outward Bound has a positive attitude to extended/unpaid leave (forward planning is required)
Hours of work
You’ll work an average of 37.5 hours per week.
Location: Home Based or at one of our office locations nationwide.
Settling in period
There is a 3-month settling in period from contract start date.
How to apply
If you are interested, please drop an email with a up to date CV and covering letter of no more than 500 words to Sarah Shutt.
The closing date is 15th June 2022. Interviews will take place at Hackthorpe, nr Penrith (or via Zoom / Teams if appropriate) on 30th June or 1st July 2022.
Salary: £44,000 - £56,000
Sightsavers is an international charity which works to eliminate avoidable blindness and promote the rights of people with disabilities. We work in more than 30 countries in some of the poorest parts of the world. We are committed to recruiting, training and ensuring the wellbeing of a diverse workforce.
About the role
The Information Security Manager will provide advice and guidance to protect Sightsavers’ computers, networks and data against threats, such as security breaches, computer viruses or attacks by cyber-criminals. The Information Security Manager is also responsible for ensuring Sightsavers’ Cyber Essentials certification and Payment Card Industry compliance.
Reporting to the Controller of Governance and Assurance, the Information Security Manager will lead on the adoption of cyber, data governance and information security standard practices and procedures and provide internal and external threat assessments, identifying the best ways to reduce information security risks.
Key duties will include:
- Management of the Information Security Team (Information Security Analyst) and Sightsavers’ Information Security Strategy
- Ensuring that an effective patch and update management system is in place for Sightsavers’ systems
- Identifying areas at risk within the business
- Identifying threats and providing authoritative advice and guidance
- Providing Subject Matter Expert (SME) guidance to information security related audits and reviews
- Providing advice and guidance for information security issues (internal, external and client driven) for all areas of confidentiality, integrity and availability of systems and data
- Responsibility for Sightsavers maintenance of industry information security standards including (but not limited to):
- HMG Cyber Essentials scheme
- Conducting investigations, analysis and review following breaches of information security controls and preparing recommendations for appropriate control improvements
- Providing advice and guidance on information governance, including data retention and data classification, access control, data transfers and data mapping
This is a really varied and involved role – please read the job description for further details
This is an ideal opportunity to help to develop security solutions for a fast-growing, diverse global organisation. To succeed in this role, you will need:
- Extensive experience in information security
- Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) or equivalent
- Experience of implementing quality standards (e.g. ISO27001) or an information security standard or framework in a complex operating environment
- Detailed knowledge of PCI-DSS
- Experience of working within an outsourced service provision environment
- A track record of developing strong working relationships, with a wide range of stakeholders
We celebrate diversity. Sightsavers is a Disability Confident Leader and qualified people living with a disability are encouraged to apply. We also particularly welcome applications from people of colour.
In addition to being an easy 20-minute train journey from Brighton or 45 minutes from London, we offer some fantastic benefits. Our comprehensive benefits package includes generous annual leave allowance and pension, family-friendly policies, an employee assistance programme, season ticket loan, cycle to work scheme, discounted gym memberships and wellness discounts. Our offices in Haywards Heath are fun, inclusive and collaborative with quiet spaces and lovely facilities including showers, kitchens and a place for your bike! We can offer flexible working which means the opportunity to flex working hours around personal commitments and the majority of the work can be done from home if preferred.
To apply for this exciting new opportunity, please complete an application via our recruitment portal. We are particularly interested in learning of your motivations for applying. Please note that there will be an expectation that you can occasionally visit our collaborative, modern offices in Haywards Heath, West Sussex (RH16 3BW). We anticipate that this might be perhaps one or two days per week.
We anticipate that remote interviews will take place w/c 20 June 2022 (we can be really flexible with timings).
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
The Centre for Community-Driven Research (CCDR) is a non-profit organisation bringing much needed change to the way we think about community engagement in health and research. Our vision is to facilitate meaningful connection between service providers, research organisations, the non-profit sector, practitioners, industry, government, and the communities for which they provide a service or aim to benefit. CCDR listens to the issues that people (patients), researchers, and healthcare and industry partners face and develop solutions – through community engagement – to solve those issues. We do this so that research, healthcare programs, policies and products being developed can reach the patients at the bedside sooner, and better address the needs patients and their families.
CCDR currently have offices in Australia, Europe and the United Kingdom and aim to reach our goal of a more person-centric health sector globally through our core programs; the Patient (Personal) Experience Expectations and Knowledge Program (PEEK), the National Patient Organisation Network program, and Piloting Community Engagement and Community-Based Health Delivery Approaches (Pilots).
About the role
The aim of this role is to secure funding for CCDR's National Patient Organisation Network program, seeking support to develop and maintain country-level networks and where applicable, conference sponsorship.
The annaul funding goal for the NPON program is GBP 600,000 per annum. The incumbent will secure funding from sponsorships and private grants including pharmaceutical and private companies.
Education and experience
- 5 years professional experience in corporate fund-raising
- Proven track record and current corporate funding relationships
- Knowledge and experience of the health charity and/or pharmaceutical sector
- Fluent in English and knowledge of a second language is an advantage
- Experience working in an international environment an advantage
- Ability to work from home
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
At Cycling UK, we imagine a country where everyone is able to cycle. Where the streets are free of congestion and the air is clean to breathe.
As the UK’s cycling charity, we inspire more people to ride, making our streets safer for cyclists and opening up traffic free routes to reach our vision of millions more people cycling across the UK.
The Scotland Cycle Repair Scheme is a fantastic initiative which works with organisations across Scotland to enable those most in need to access a cycle repair. The project supports more adults and children to either continue or return to cycling, especially those least able to afford cycle repairs, an outcome which will further our vision to get a million more people cycling!
This is an exciting opportunity for a highly organised individual with strong attention to detail, and robust IT skills to enable success for this high-profile programme across Scotland. We need an excellent team worker with strong communication skills to work collaboratively with our managers and head of development Scotland to deliver this project successfully.
We are seeking proactive candidates with good knowledge and experience of Microsoft excel and who have the ability to manage large data sets comfortably.
Tell us why you are the person to drive success in this role.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
A world where all young people flourish, regardless of their background.
Who We Are
LTSB is a social mobility charity that works with bright young people from disadvantaged backgrounds, ensuring they find meaningful, skilled careers – and that firms get positive, effective employees who can make a difference from their first day.
Our four key responsibilities are:
- Promoting opportunities to those from backgrounds that are not normally reached
- Preparing young people for the workplace, and the workplace for young people
- Providing context for their application, and stewarding the hiring process
- Pastoral care – an additional support network for the first phase of their career
We don’t just get young people jobs. We launch careers. When diverse talent is given preparation and support, they don’t just get by, they thrive – and that means more representative management which can better train and retain a more representative workforce. For historic information, please see our Impact Report on our website: www.ltsb.charity
The Finance team consists of a Finance Director and a Finance Administrator role.
Reporting to the Chief Executive, the Finance Director is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day financial management of the LTSB, and provides commercial focus, leading on financial compliance and governance and overseeing strong and effective financial administrative functions and reporting. With overall responsibility for the charity’s finance function, you will play a significant role as a senior member of the leadership team to ensure the charity can achieve its mission in the most effective and efficient way possible. The FD manages the Finance Administrator who undertakes the day-to-day financial administration.
Day-to-day financial management
- Ensure relevant and accurate records are kept, filings made, and taxes paid as required by HMRC (in respect of Payroll, corporation tax and VAT), pension agencies, Companies’ House and the Charity Commission.
- Develop and enhance the financial and management reporting systems to meet the strategic and operational needs of the Trust including the identification and implementation of suitable software, and upgrades to existing software and office systems to improve processes and systems to bring about efficiencies.
- Ensure compliance with statutory accounting and regulatory requirements of financial and charity governance matters.
- Prepare the annual accounts in accordance with relevant statutory and accounting reporting standards and auditing requirements.
- Liaise with external auditors in relation to the annual audit and any management recommendations raised by the auditors.
- Oversee the management and reporting of all funds received from external funders. Ensure that accurate restricted fund accounts are maintained and that the financial records comply with funder reporting requirements.
- Supervise the Finance Administrator.
- Keep the CEO and Finance Committee informed of material developments on a regular and ad-hoc basis as required.
Strategic financial planning and management
- Prepare quarterly and annual management accounts, including income and expenditure accounts, balance sheet, cash flows, financial performance indicators and supporting notes for the Finance Committee and Trustee Board quarterly meetings.
- Be responsible for the budgeting and forecasting process for the organisation and provide appropriate reporting, variance analysis and support for decision making to the CEO, SLT and Board.
- Developing and leading LTSB’s finance strategy, optimising the charity’s financial performance and strategic position.
- Providing strategic leadership in relation to LTSB’s finances, advising on matters of compliance, risk, and contract performance.
- Accountable to the Finance Committee of the Board for all financial, risk and audit matters working closely with the CEO and Board to achieve a high quality of governance for LTSB.
- Ensure LTSB’s legal and governance responsibilities are undertaken and executed in a robust and transparent way, with trustees updated on any relevant legal and/or governance changes.
- Maintain up-to-date corporate documents and ensuring that all required documents are filed at Companies House and Charities Commission within the requisite deadlines.
- Undertaking any other duties and projects as may be assigned by the CEO or the Board of Trustees.
- Qualified Accountant (ACCA, CIMA or equivalent) with strong financial systems and experience working as a finance director.
- Outstanding and influential leader with the ability to operate at both strategic and operational levels.
- Demonstrable commitment to LTSB’s vision and values.
- Experience of financial statement preparation and audit process management.
- Experience of preparing board papers and presenting to boards.
- Experience of managing grant finances and contract compliance.
- Commercially aware.
- Experience of preparing and submitting VAT returns under the partial exemption method.
- Experience of working in the charity sector with good knowledge of charity accounting.
- Experience of overseeing the development of organisational policies, procedures and systems.
- We have recently moved from Quickbooks to Oracle Netsuite accounting software so candidates with a good working knowledge of at least one of these systems would be ideal, although experience of using any similar cloud accounting system would be advantageous for the role
Skills and Abilities
- Strong technical financial and management accounting skills.
- Strong IT skills with advanced Excel skills.
- Ability to work to deadlines with good prioritisation and time management skills.
- Proven financial analysis, cashflow management and forecasting ability.
- Excellent communication and reporting skills (verbal and written).
- Proven ability to produce and interpret management accounts
- Proven ability to provide support, and guidance to non-financial managers and colleagues.
- The ability to manage a varied and pressured workload.
- Highly motivated and autonomous.
This job description is intended to summarise the main duties and responsibilities of the post and is not intended to be a full and exhaustive list of tasks. All LTSB staff members are expected to demonstrate flexibility and willingness to perform appropriate tasks when the need arises.
This role is ideal for an experienced Finance Director who is seeking flexible hours and home working. Although the FD would need to attend meetings in London they could be based anywhere in the UK. This is a home-based role, and our team works independently with no central office.
To apply, please submit a CV and cover letter in Word format, when prompted to attach documents, explaining how you meet the person specification and why you would like to work at LTSB in this role.
Please note, all candidates will need to have the right to work in the UK to be considered for this position.
The closing date for applications is midnight on Sunday 29th May 2022. Applications received after this point will not be considered.
First stage interviews will be held by Zoom during w/c 6th June. Second stage interviews will be held in London on Wednesday 15th June.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We currently have an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic HR Officer to join our People Services team. You will join us working 35 hours per week and in return you will receive a competitive salary of up to £29.598.04 per annum plus excellent benefits.
Please note although this role is remote, Cats Protection is operating a system of hybrid working and visits to the National Cat Centre will be required from time to time. This is a remote location and public transport is limited.
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 2020, despite the challenges, we helped 126,000 cats and kittens. That's the equivalent of around 345 cats a day!
The People and Engagement Directorate provide all aspects of L&D, recruitment, workforce planning, employee lifecycle support and HR advice and guidance to Cats Protection employees and volunteers. There are over 44 employees based within the team, and this role sits within the People Services strand which is made up of nine people.
Responsibilities of our HR Officer:
As a HR Officer you will support the People Services Supervisor in delivering a quality service to all employees in Cats Protection. You will manage and complete employee life cycle processes and services administered via the HR system known as MEOW. Ensure payroll documentation is accurately prepared in line with payroll cut off. You will undertake and actively contribute to HR team projects in order to deliver the People Plan as directed.
What we’re looking for in our HR Officer:
- CPP Qualified
- proven experience of working as a HR Officer or an experienced HR Assistant
- strong experience in the delivery of endto-end transactional HR administration activities associated with the employment and payroll cycle
- proven background of HR experience in a multisite organisation
- excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to build and maintain relationships with a wide range of stakeholders
- competent Excel skills and ability to use V looks up and basic formulae
What we can offer you:
- salary of up to £29,598.04 per 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 HR Officer 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 applications that are received after the closing date may not be responded to.
Closing date: 29 May 2022
Virtual Interview date: w/c 13 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.
Cochrane aims to put evidence at the heart of health decision-making globally. They collaborate to produce trusted synthesized evidence, make it accessible to all, and advocate for its use. Cochrane is seeking a Director of Development to work with their global community to grow fundraising income and ensure Cochrane has a sustainable and successful future.
Cochrane is a charity and a global, independent network of health practitioners, researchers, patient advocates and others, responding to the challenge of making vast amounts of research evidence useful for informing decisions about health. They do this by synthesising research findings to produce the best available evidence on what works. Their work has been recognised as the international gold standard for high quality, trusted information.
As a member of the Executive Leadership Team, this new role will lead the Development Directorate (which includes fundraising, advocacy, communications, partnerships, member and supporter engagement) and will establish a fundraising operation that works collaboratively to deliver significant global income growth. The Director of Development will play a key part in the transformation of the organisation as part of the 2021-2023 Strategy to ensure that Cochrane maintains its relevance and pre-eminence into the future.
Cochrane is seeking an ambitious individual who relishes a challenge, loves collaborative working, delivers results and has extensive experience of successfully delivering strategy. The ideal candidates will possess an understanding and experience of international fundraising, strong relationship management skills, and experience of working at director-level. Finally, you will be enterprising and a strategic thinker with the ability to seek and find creative solutions and foster innovation in your teams.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Digital Services Manager
Money Advice Trust
Up to £38,000 + excellent benefits
Full time, permanent
Remote or hybrid from London or Birmingham
Charity People is delighted to be working with the Money Advice Trust to find a superstar Digital Services Manager to join their exceptional team as they grow to meet increased demand. You'll help the charity team promote their services to the public as money advice and assistance are needed more than ever. Your digital and website management background will be put to very good use and make a real difference!
You'll also enjoy being part of a very supportive team, a host of benefits such as generous shop vouchers, 37 days holiday and additional Christmas closure, lots of mental health and wellbeing initiatives.
You can work fully remotely but there are offices in London and Birmingham if you wish to benefit from free gym use and a great work environment with lots of perks!
You'll have a wide remit as part of the Client Experience team. Your role will involve content and user experience, strategy and product ownership, social media and digital marketing, SEO and web analytics. You'll also have an apprentice and developer to line manage but training can be provided to help you with this.
2 years plus work experience in online services, including but not limited to website management, SEO, content editing and digital marketing.
Excellent understanding of web-based technologies and services.
A working knowledge of core coding languages and Developer practice.
Extensive experience of Content Management Systems (Wagtail an advantage)
Advanced knowledge of web analytics and SEO tools.
Experience of, including project management of, usability, and accessibility standards and projects.
Commitment to the values of the Trust which are to:
* Be Balanced
* Be Supportive
* Be Innovative
An enthusiasm for the work of the Trust and the benefit it brings to clients
If you are a fantastic Digital Services Manager, you'll enjoy being part of an inspiring team, helping citizens through uncertain financial times!
To apply please send your CV in the first instance to Lucy Honeyman at Charity People to [email protected]
Interviews are on a rolling basis so please do not delay!
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.
This is a fantastic opportunity for a Data Warehouse Developer / SQL Developer to use the data warehouse and complex sources to develop reporting base tables and views to support Business Partners in organisational reporting sources and the Data Science team in their analysis and visualisation reporting base. You will act as an expert on technical matters and on complex data sets available to the organisation.
What will you be doing in this role?
- Your role as Data Warehouse Developer will be to analyse, understand, and interpret highly complex data from multiple sources to produce requisite base for reporting layer to support the Business Partners and the Data Science team
- You're going to be building extremely complex T-SQL code including the use of dynamic SQL to reduce the complexities from reporting layer used by Business Partners and the Data Science team
- Your remit includes maintaining development of database objects within DevOps using integrated development environment
- You'll conduct periodic audits of various database objects to ensure that the delivery layer meets organisational reporting demands
- As the Data Warehouse Developer you will also participate in scoping and understanding the transition of CRM migration between the current system and other systems that the business is migrating to
- You will identify and solve a range of problems within our current data object delivery
- You'll also act as an expert on the data systems within the organisation
- Your role will also involve developing the organisational data mappings and data flows using specialist ERD tools and maintaining organisational data catalogue using specialist tools
- You will manage the data engineering delivery infrastructure for the business including SQL databases and data warehouse objects
- You'll work with the IT team to plan and coordinate data engineering deployment and upgrades
- The Data Warehouse Developer will be responsible for the ongoing performance of database objects
- As well as this, you will lead on the development and maintenance of the database systems including the underlying design, inform on the ETL processes, and understand data mats design and existing reporting layers
- Your remit will include coordinating the definition process for Data Engineering standards, guidelines, and principles for all Data Engineering design and solutions within the organisation and you will be responsible for ensuring they are implemented
- You'll review new datasets and data sources and assess implications for improving the delivery of the base reporting layer
What do you need to apply for this role?
- Ability to collate, analyse and interpret extremely complex data sources
- Proven ability explain complex analytical methods to non-analytical people
- Ability to deliver documentations for complex data flows
- Ability to manage a workflow and achieve short deadline
- Intermediate Level of MS Excel, Access, Word, Outlook, Visio and SharePoint
- Experience of managing multiple databases and DBA knowledge
- Experience of using ERD tools (e.g. Erwin) to map Data Flows and create a Data Catalogue
- Experience of designing, developing and managing data warehouses or other complex relational databases
- Experience of designing, developing and managing ETL Processes
- Experience of using Power BI and creating reports/analyzing data using it
- Experience of working with and combining data contained within different data sources
- Extensive experience of complex SQL code to include development of scripts, functions, procedures, views and dynamic SQL
- Experience of using and implementing SSRS and SSIS
- Experience of maintaining database back end processes such as jobs, backups and linked servers
Who we are:
The Humane League is a charity ending the abuse of animals raised for food by influencing the policies of the world's biggest companies, demanding legislation, and empowering others to take action. We're a mission-driven, energetic team focussed on problem-solving and effective teamwork, and have grown significantly over the last few years. Thanks to our targeted approach, our effectiveness in reducing animal suffering and our efficient use of donations, The Humane League has been named Top Charity by the independent evaluator Animal Charity Evaluators for every rating period.
The Humane League is committed to creating a diverse, inclusive environment and being an equal opportunity employer. THL UK are proud to be a Disability Confident Committed Employer, demonstrating our commitment to recruiting, retaining, and supporting disabled people and people with health conditions, based on their skills and talent.
In compliance with laws and in furtherance of our commitment to fostering an environment that welcomes and embraces diversity, all applicants will receive unbiased consideration for employment without discrimination based on race, colour, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, neurodiversity, age, or veteran status.
You can read more about how The Humane League UK is working on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion on our website.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding accessibility, please contact us via our website and we will be happy to discuss via email or telephone reasonable adjustments that you may require throughout the process.
We are seeking a collaborative, detail-oriented individual with previous grant making and/or grant writing experience to drive progressive change for millions of farmed animals.
This is a full time, remote position based in the United Kingdom or the United States. Full-time hours equate to 40 hours/ week if based in the US and 37.5 hours/ week if based in the UK. This position requires domestic and international travel.
We will be recording a webinar hosted by Alex Suchy, VP of Global Programs and Alexandria Beck, Director of Open Wing Alliance. You can submit any questions you would like answered regarding the role and The Humane League by following the apply button. Please submit any questions by 6th June 2022 . The webinar will be available to watch on our website after 8th June 2022.
Who you are:
As the Open Wing Alliance (OWA) Grant Specialist, you will be responsible for overseeing the OWA grant and travel award programs. This position reports directly to the Head of OWA.
You will be the point of contact for all grant recipients within the Open Wing Alliance (OWA) for work on chicken welfare. Encouraging applications, sorting them, seeking relevant feedback on them and preparing them for review by the Grant Review Board. You will work closely with OWA regional coordinators in this role as well as with THL legal and finance team to ensure we are compliant and grantees have a smooth experience. At times you will represent the OWA grantee program internally and externally.
Your responsibilities will include but are not limited to:
- Developing a sustainable structure for the grant program from assessing applications to determining grantees and maintaining a clear system for reporting and assessing progress
- Reviewing and adjusting OWA’s application forms and evaluation criteria for program grants and Travel Awards as needed
- Building tailored questions for applicants that advance to the interview stage and conduct detailed interviews as needed
- Serve as a member of the Grant Review Board and share grant recommendations with the Head of the OWA and the President of THL for approval
- Develop clear templates and guidelines for grantee progress and financial reporting using the grant management system and grantee portal
- Collaboration with General Counsel and Operations staff to ensure that administration of program grants and Travel Awards is completed in a legal, efficient, and timely manner
- Collaboration with the legal department to tailor a written contract for each recipient of a program grant or Travel Award to ensure The Humane League is legally protected and that grantees are required to meet certain criteria
- Maintain efficient systems to process and manage all payments (program grants, Travel Awards, THL international reimbursements)
- Schedule and lead bi-annual video meetings with the recipients of program grants to develop clear goals and ensure accountability
- Assist the development team in writing grant proposals based on OWA’s current needs
- Liaison with OWA’s funders and supporters by providing updates on progress and our decision-making process
- Develop an annual report on each grant recipient's progress, feedback, and overall success upon the termination of a grant period
- Communicate all grant-related information to OWA member groups in a clear and timely manner
- Promote an inclusive and welcoming program with clear and transparent guidelines, prioritizing equitable access to OWA’s financial resources
- Maintain a positive, collaborative relationship with other farm animal welfare funders
- Attend events and protests as required.
- Participate in team meetings including note-taking and facilitation.
- Attend in-person workshops several times a year.
- Perform any other duties assigned by the Head of OWA.
Two years of relevant grantmaking and/or grant writing experience
Time management: Excellent time management and organisational skills
Technology: Advanced computer skills and familiarity with using a CRM
Cooperative: Ability to work independently and as a cross-functional team player
Communication: Excellent verbal and written communications skills. Professional, diplomatic, and culturally sensitive
Attention to detail: Possess strong attention to detail
Salary, benefits and location:
Our employees all work remotely but still enjoy a supportive, collaborative environment.
This role is open to candidates based in both the United Kingdom and the United States and as such the specific benefits related to the position will vary depending on your location.
UK benefits include:
You will have access to a workplace pension, 25 days leave plus Public Holidays, flexible working hours, internet reimbursement, our Employee Assistance Programme, and family-friendly policies. Professional learning and development is actively encouraged.
UK based Salary: Starting salary of £34,000 or £37,400 for Inner London Weighting
US benefits include:
Employees enjoy full medical coverage, optional dental and vision packages, a 401(k) retirement plan, optional pet insurance, working from home, up to 12 weeks of paid parental leave for eligible employees, paid holidays, flexible vacation time and professional development. For full US employee benefits click here.
US based salary: Starting salary $60,000 or salary to commensurate with experience.
Please note: The gross salary across the two locations is not a direct conversion but is calculated by each hiring organisation using their own independent pay framework, with consideration of local working conditions, statutory rights and additional contributions when applicable.
Good to know:
At The Humane League, animal welfare is at the forefront of our everyday work and as such, many of our employees are vegan by personal choice. All of our events and workshops offer only plant-based meals. We welcome all mission-aligned candidates to apply, no matter where you are in your journey to end the abuse of animals raised for food.
We are looking to speak to a wide range of candidates with diverse backgrounds #NonGraduatesWelcome
All applicants need to be:
- Fluent in written and spoken English.
- Live and have the right to work in the UK or possess United States work authorisation.
- Committed to our mission to end the abuse of animals raised for food.
Closing date: 19th June 2022
You will hear from us after the application closing date passes. Once your application has been received and reviewed and when we want to take it forward, our thorough interview process will follow this route:
- Skills Test (completed remotely)
- First Interview (via video call)
- Final Interview (via video call)
For full details of our recruitment process please see the additional documentation attached to this advert.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Leicestershire Action for Mental Health Project (LAMP) is a community mental health charity specialising in independent mental health advocacy. We navigate people through the complexities and difficulties of getting the right mental health support and empower them to rebuild their lives. Our services are for people experiencing mental health difficulties and their carers.
We are looking for a passionate and talented fundraising officer to join our growing fundraising team and take responsibility for increasing our corporate and community voluntary income. If you are exceptionally well organised, have excellent communication and customer service skills, enjoy working in small teams, and love getting involved in all aspects of a charity’s work, we would love to hear from you.
To apply, please submit your CV with a covering letter explaining how you meet the person specification. Closing date for applications is 9am on Monday 6 June 2022. Interviews are scheduled for Thursday 9 June and Friday 10 June 2022.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.