I CAN is looking for a highly motivated and forward-thinking finance professional with robust technical skills to provide high quality support to the Finance team to ensure future growth, stability and success. This role will work closely with the Head of Finance & IT and Senior Management Team to ensure the effective financial planning, control and management within the organisation.
Your key responsibilities will include:
Being responsible for the coverage of full Finance function; ensuring financial controls are maintained; preparation of month end management accounts, Board meetings packs and documents for Finance & Audit Committees;
Assisting in the development of strategy, business planning and strategic projects; developing projections and business models; budget setting, forecasting and providing Business Partnering support to The Communication Trust;
- Being responsible for ensuring the organisation’s understanding of the government’s funding regime for schools is up to date and being the main point of contact with the Education Funding Agency;
Leading the relationship with auditors; completion of VAT and Gift Aid returns; preparation of statutory accounts.
The successful candidate will be fully qualified (ACA/ACCA/CIPFA/CIMA) within charity or public sector. You will be analytically-minded with excellent organisational and project management skills. We are looking for someone who is eager to learn, flexible in approach but firm when necessary, who can work on their own initiative and thrives when thinking and acting proactively. You will have the skill to communicate complex financial information to stakeholders and possess the ability to influence and build rapport with a range of finance and non-finance persons across the organisation. Enthusiasm for the sector is a must.
This is a fantastic opportunity for a high calibre finance profession looking to make an impact in the sector and will provide an excellent platform in your career.
Are you interested? Then take a look at our candidate pack before you decide. This informs you why I CAN exists, what we do, why we think this is a great place to work, what we can offer you and what our corporate and people plans are for the year ahead. To apply, please send an up-to-date CV, along with a supporting statement outlining how you meet the person specification and what additional value you offer that is relevant to the post. We will be shortlisting against criteria so do ensure you offer clear evidence. Interviews are scheduled to take place week beginning 21st October 2019.
The Hospice requires a professional and enthusiastic Major Donor Fundraiser.
About the Charity:
At St Rocco’s we want to make every day count for our patients living with life limiting illness and their loved ones. This is a role where you will make a real difference to all those who need our care. The successful candidate will join a dedicated team whose work supports the continued provision of the Hospice’s highly valued services.
To develop and deliver a -major donor strategy in line with the Income Generation Teams Objectives. And to develop and lead on a major donor programme.
- To generate income through cultivating relationships with major donors.
- To develop and deliver a major donor programme of events. To develop and a major donor giving programme.
22.5 hours per week, worked over 3 days between Monday to Sunday at days and times notified by your line manager. These hours do not include a 1/2 hour unpaid meal break.
£15,000.00 per annum.
The post is not a salary incremental post and pay reviews are at the discretion of the Hospice.
There will be travel within the local geographical region therefore a full driver’s licence and own car with a valid motor insurance certificate that shows fully comprehensive business use cover at Class 2 level is required.
This exciting position comes with an attractive package of benefits:
Contributory Company Group Pension Plan, (If you are a member of the NHS Pension Scheme, you have the option of continuing in this scheme), Life Assurance and a Medical Cash Plan - T&C’s apply, free on-site parking, annual holiday entitlement in any holiday year is 7 working weeks, inclusive of all public holiday entitlement. Part-time employees’ annual holiday entitlement accrues on a pro-rata basis.
Closing date: Thursday 17th October 2019, with interviews being held on an on-going basis so apply today!
Please Note: This role may be removed before the original end date or extended without prior notice.
St Rocco’s Hospice is an Equal Opportunities Employer. All offers of employment are subject to satisfactory receipt of DBS if applicable, 2 references and documentary proof of right to work in the UK.
A referral to Occupational Health in relation to Health and Safety aspects of the role may be made prior to employment, however the offer of employment will not be conditional upon this.
Please note: St. Rocco's Hospice is not part of the NHS.
Disclosure and Barring Service Check:
As the Hospice meets the requirements in respect of exempted questions under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974, all applicants (staff and volunteers) who are offered employment based at the Hospice or in patient facing roles will be subject to a criminal record check from the Disclosure and Barring Service before the appointment is confirmed. This will include details of cautions, reprimands or final warnings, as well as convictions.
Please contact the recruitment team for further policy details.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Please note: we reserve the right to close any of our vacancies early.
Contract type: Permanent
Hours: 35 hours per week
Working pattern: Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm
Interview dates: 28th – 30th October 2019
Salary: £27,472 to £29,091 per annum
We cannot provide sponsorship for the role.
As this role requires an Enhanced Disclosure check the start date for the successful candidate will only be confirmed upon receipt of the check.
The overall purpose of this role is to deliver specialist orientation and mobility services which support Guide Dogs strategic objectives and promote independence and choice to people who are blind and partially sighted. Through personalisation, the OMSp will provide specialist holistic assessment of customer needs that will improve their wellbeing. Travel may be required between Liverpool and Manchester region.
In your application, you will need to evidence, using specific examples, how your skills and experience meet the criteria laid out in the person specification, within the Job Description below. Requirements include;
Is able to build rapport with, and obtain information from clients using person centred planning.
Is able to cope with people who have additional needs.
Is able to liaise and work with other professionals and volunteers. Has good organisation and report writing skills.
Has a commitment to Health & Safety at work.
For more information on this role, the requirements and our benefits package, please see the documents attached below.
How to apply: Applications can be made using the online application form. As part of our safer recruitment policy, we do not accept CVs for job applications.
Working at Guide Dogs
Working at Guide Dogs is much more than just a job. Through the values that guide our work, we make a real difference, and change lives.
We believe that wellbeing at work is about creating an environment to promote a state of contentment which allows all employees to flourish and achieve their full potential for the benefit of themselves and for Guide Dogs.
As a member of staff, we offer you a wide range of benefits to suit your individual needs. These include; 26 days’ holiday plus bank holidays (rising to 28 days after 3 years' service), flexible benefits package and a defined contribution group personal pension plan.
Guide Dogs welcomes applications from all sections of the community and actively encourages diversity to maximise achievements, creativity and good practice. We positively welcome, and seek to ensure we achieve diversity in our workforce and that all job applicants and employees receive equal and fair treatment, regardless of age, race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, disability or nationality. We encourage applications from disabled people as they are currently under-represented in the organisation and guarantee an invite to interview for all disabled applicants who meet the essential criteria for the job.
Guide Dogs is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children, young people and adults at risk of harm with whom we work. We expect all our employees and volunteers to fully share this commitment.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Manager to CEO
Muslim Hands, 148 — 164 Gregory Boulevard, Gregory House, Nottingham, NG7 5JE
Hours of work:
Full-time, 35 hours per week
£28,000 – £32,000 (depending on experience)
Terms of Employment:
12-Months' Fixed-Term Contract (with a 6-Month Probationary Period, Extendable)
Application Process & Closing Date:
Send an up to date CV and supporting Covering Letter by Email by no later than 30th September 2019
Approx. Interview & Role Commencement Date(s):
Interviews: W/C 7th October 2019
Start: ASAP thereafter
- Strong Applicants may be contacted sooner, ahead of the closing date, to hold skype Interview with Muslim Hands; therefore, please include your Skype is in your application.
- Muslim Hands reserves the right to end the application procedure early should the right candidate be found.
Muslim Hands is a UK-based international relief organisation working in over 40 countries worldwide.
The Manager to the CEO will be based at Muslim Hands headquarters Nottingham, the purpose of the role is to provide full administrative and secretarial support at a management level to the CEO. The Manager will be there to ensure daily time management, scheduling of meetings and correspondence, travelling with the CEO and providing administrative support such as documenting, reporting and disbursement control. Furthermore, the employee will handle sensitive and complex issues in a professional and objective manner. Take the initiative when appropriate, especially in the CEO's absence. The Manager will be expected to travel between the Muslim Hands partner offices frequently.
As a Manager to the CEO you will be responsible for:
- Providing administrative management of effective communication with supporting offices.
- Produce monthly reports of CEO's monitoring activities and assist in developing future KPIs for the CEO
- Process correspondence, ensuring that incoming correspondence is dealt with by the CEO or on behalf of the CEO, or other staff as appropriate.
- Booking and arranging travel including flight booking, accommodations and visa according to the organisation's travel policy.
- Manage arrangements for Trustees' and Sub-Committee meetings, including production/distribution of agenda and papers.
- Co-ordinate ad-hoc meetings and conference calls including meeting preparations for the CEO when required - often at short notice.
- Manage the CEO's office in developing, implementing and monitoring the organisational strategy.
- Manage the process of following up agreed action on matters which fail within the director's responsibility - chasing responses, triggering follow-up action.
- Typing, compiling and preparing reports, presentations and correspondence
- Acting as the first point of contact: when dealing with correspondence and phone calls
- Managing the diary and organising meetings and appointments for the CEO
- Liaise with stakeholders, national and international staff confidently either face to face, video conferencing or via the telephone as and when necessary and required.
- Demonstrate and promote adherence to all Muslim Hands Policies, which encourage and support other members within the overseas fundraising offices.
- Maintain absolute confidentiality with regard to the organisation's information and procedures
- Any other duties that may reasonably be required by the CEO.
Essential for the postholder to:
- Demonstrate eligibility to work in the UK Educated to degree level or equivalent
- Demonstrate Personal / Professional experience that of overseas travel and out of office hours working
- Demonstrate working knowledge/experience of electronic diary management.
- Fluent in English and Urdu
- Demonstrate working knowledge, experience of Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills, at all levels both internally and externally.
- Demonstrate working knowledge / experience of organisational skills and the ability to plan own work
- Demonstrate working knowledge / experience of being responsible for paying attention to detail, with the ability to maintain a high level of accuracy
- A flexible, pro-active approach to work, including the ability to prioritise and re-prioritise
- Ability to deal with sensitive information with discretion and to maintain confidentiality.
- Demonstrate working knowledge / experience of Excellent IT skills, including presentation software packages, preferably Microsoft Office Word, Excel and PowerPoint
Desirable for the postholder to:
- Demonstrate ability to work on own initiative
- Possess direct experience undertaking similar duties as described above
- Possess satisfactory experience within an international NGO/Charity Organisation
- Fluent in Arabic in addition to the language requirements above
- Possess ability to effectively communicate in additional languages.
Please register your interest and apply by sending in your current CV and a suitable covering letter.
Deadline for applications is 30th September 2019 however we reserve the right to end the application procedure early should the right candidate be found.
NB: Unfortunately, we will only be able to contact successful candidates so if you have not heard from us by the closure date unfortunately your application will have been unsuccessful.
Do you want to have a direct impact on local community services? Are you passionate about supporting isolated or vulnerable adults?
Community Connections operates across the borough of Lewisham supporting isolated adults (18+) to access community support, services and activities. The project works on two fronts: Community Facilitators support isolated adults in one-to-one person-centred work to enable them to learn about, identify barriers to and ultimately access community activities and services. Alongside this, Community Development Workers work with the community to build and sustain those services and activities that support isolated adults.
Community Connections is run by a consortium of partners, of which Age UK Lewisham & Southwark (AUKLS) is the lead partner. This post is employed by AUKLS but will work collaboratively with the consortium to deliver a broad programme of support in Lewisham. You will have access to all of the training and support from AUKLS, in addition to opportunities to learn and grow through our partnership work.
This post is a 6 month contract.
The Fundraising and Marketing Directorate raises over £15m, but we need to grow income significantly over the next five years to fund the life changing scientific breakthroughs in blood cancer research.
The Regional Relationships Team will play a pivotal role in this income growth and the Regional Relationship Manager role will be responsible for significantly growing income across London.
This is a new role that has been developed following investment in the Regional Relationships Team to deliver our new three year fundraising strategy that was launched in April 2019, and is an exciting opportunity for someone with experience of managing strategic fundraising relationships across London to grow our income through managing a portfolio of different fundraising including:
- High Value Community Fundraising Events
- Key Individual Donors (up to the value of £5k)
- Key Regional Corporate Relationships (up to the value of £5k)
- Community Groups
Bloodwise can offer you flexible working and the advantage of working from home. This is a homebased role and you will be expected to travel across your regional area, therefore you must be able to drive and have access to a vehicle insured for business use.
You can apply for this opportunity by submitting a CV and covering letter via our website by:
9am on Monday 14 October 2019.
If successful in reaching the interview stage, you can expect the following:
Telephone interview (we estimate this to be around 16 October)
Face to face interview (we estimate this to be w/c 21 October)
*Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and we reserve the right to bring forward the closing date*
Adfam is the national, specialist umbrella organisation for families affected by drugs and alcohol.
We are a partner in a new project in Swindon, funded by the Department of Health Innovation Fund for Children of Alcohol Dependent Parents. We are a member of a team which will deliver an ambitious project which aims to improve identification of alcohol dependent parents and their children, increase referrals to alcohol treatment and increase the numbers of children and families accessing support.
The project is working with a number of community organisations to develop a Peer Programme of support, training and toolkits for those impacted by alcohol dependent parents. The main partners working with Swindon Borough Council are Adfam and Turning Point. Adfam’s role is to develop and deliver peer support for children and parents affected by someone else’s problematic drinking.
We wish to recruit a Family Support Co-ordinator to work within the project delivery team in Swindon. The successful candidate will have a strong track record of experience and skills in community development, managing volunteers, training, and in engaging with and supporting families.
This is a new post which will suit an energetic, enthusiastic and creative person who wants to work with an innovative and exciting national charity, and to develop new approaches to supporting families affected by alcohol misuse.
Salary range: £24,000 - £26,000 pa depending on experience
6.5% contributory pension scheme
Contract and hours: 1 year fixed contract, 35 hours/week (will consider request for 28 hours/week)
This post is also available as a secondment.
This post will be based in Swindon. Adfam’s office is in London WC1H. The person appointed will be a member of the Adfam team and the Swindon project team.
Closing date Friday 12.00pm 4 October 2019
Interviews will be held in Swindon on Thursday 10 October 2019
Instructions on how to apply and more information on Adfam can be found on our website.
Adfam actively welcomes applications from all sections of society.
Closing Date: 7th October 2019
Interview Date: 14th October 2019
Are you looking to develop a career in human rights campaigning? Are you excited by the prospect of working autonomously in a team focused environment that makes a real difference to people’s lives? If so, then this could be the role for you.
Free Tibet is a visionary NGO that believes in, and is actively campaigning for, a free Tibet in which Tibetans are able to determine their own future; this is a future in which all human rights will be respected.
Free Tibet campaigns for an end to China's occupation of Tibet and for international recognition of Tibetans' right to freedom; we mobilise active support for the Tibetan cause, champion human rights and challenge those whose actions help sustain the occupation.
Working for Free Tibet will provide the successful Campaigns Assistant an invaluable opportunity to play an integral role in the wider free Tibet movement.
- £19,000 (pro rata)
- Pension (employer contribution of 6%)
- 25 days’ holiday + Bank Holidays and Christmas shutdown
- Excellent training and development opportunities
- Flexible working hours and potential to work from home
- Interest free season ticket loans
- Free tea and coffee
This is an incredible opportunity to be at the forefront of several online and grassroots campaigns to counter human rights abuses in Tibet. You will have the chance to see a direct correlation and link between your efforts and results within the international community and in Tibet itself.
You will work closely with the Free Tibet team, reporting into the Campaigns & Advocacy Manager and working in close proximity with the Media Officer and Digital Team. This openness and agility in our team structure affords all our team members continuous learning and development opportunities, providing consistent prospects for professional and personal growth.
As a Campaigns Assistant for Free Tibet, you will play a central role in the delivery of effective online and offline campaigns. Playing an active role in the planning and implementation of Free Tibet’s outreach work, you will deliver our message to new audiences.
With a strong work ethic, ‘can do’ attitude and ability to work on your own initiative, you will assist in managing and updating our online communications to supporters, including our Social Media, e-mail list and website.
Additionally, you will:
- Maintain Free Tibet’s library of files, photographs and documents related to campaigns
- Represent Free Tibet at public events such as festivals, exhibitions and cultural events and engage with new supporters
- Assist with, and on occasions manage, the delivery of public events such as protests, vigils and other forms of direct action
- Identify opportunities for campaigns and outreach activities in response to external news and developments
- Participate in the planning and delivery of other campaign activities as directed by the Campaigns & Advocacy Manager
- Assist in overseeing the work of campaign volunteers where appropriate
The above duties and responsibilities do not represent an exhaustive list, and there will be ample opportunities to get involved in multiple aspects of Free Tibet’s work. One key area for contribution is the opportunity to draft effective, professional and motivational copy which will be utilised across multiple forums.
This is an excellent opportunity for a passionate human rights advocate and/or activist to join an organisation which makes a difference to Tibetans’ lives every day.
To be considered as a Campaigns Assistant, you will need:
- Demonstrable experience of delivering projects to a high standard within agreed parameters and timeframes
- Detailed knowledge of campaign techniques and the changing face of campaigning
- Experience of assisting in the organisation of public events
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to produce persuasive and informative copy against tight deadlines for different audiences
- An understanding and experience of using social media, email and other digital platforms
- A commitment to Free Tibet’s vision and an understanding of human rights
In addition, strong photography and/or video skills would be advantageous to your application, however this is not essential.
If this sounds like the opportunity you have been waiting for, we want to hear from you! Make sure to apply for the role of Campaigns Assistant today via the button shown.
Please note we do not accept CVs as part of the application process. Shortlisting will be carried out on the basis of the application form only. The application form is in digital form and we will also require you to fill out and attach an Equal Opportunities form to your application.
Other organisations may call this role Marketing Assistant, Communications and Campaigns Assistant, Marketing Campaign Assistant, Advocacy Assistant, Campaign and Events Assistant, Campaign Project Officer or Campaign Assistant.
This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.
Background and purpose
We are the only UK-wide charity for all those affected by a genetic bleeding disorder; a community of individuals and families, healthcare professionals and supporters.
For almost 70 years we have campaigned for better treatment, been a source of information and advice, and supported people living with long-term conditions.
We want to ensure that everyone affected by a bleeding disorder:
- Lives the best life that they can
- Never feels alone or isolated
- Feels empowered and confident
We do this by:
- Raising awareness about bleeding disorders
- Providing support at all life stages
- Influencing and advocating on policy and access to treatment
More than 32,000 men, women and children in the UK have a diagnosed bleeding disorder, and the number rises every year. Membership of The Haemophilia Society is free and open to all.
The Community & Events Fundraiser is an exciting role and would be perfect for someone looking for their next step in fundraising. The successful candidate will be responsible for developing and implementing our community fundraising, managing several key events such as the London Marathon and Ride London and being a contact point for all our supporters and their events and activities. Your role will require you to build strong working relationships with our members, community and fundraisers, ensuring they feel inspired to support our work.
The purpose of the role is to:
- Provide guidance and support for supporters undertaking community fundraising and act as a key first point of call.
- Organise and project manage events and fundraising campaigns
- Develop key materials needed to promote events and fundraising campaigns
- Keeping up-to-date records and giving timely recognition of donations using our CRM system
- Creating fundraising communications to encourage greater participation, working with our Communications Officer and liaising with members and volunteers.
- Working with to strict deadlines to ensure that fundraising activity is widely promoted and the success of fundraisers is celebrated to encourage greater take-up of fundraising activities. You will be expected to regularly produce content for social media, e-news and the website.
- Representing the charity at events hosted by community and corporate supporters
- Showcasing the work of the organisation and speaking confidently at events about our work to connect fundraisers to our cause and encourage fundraising.
- Developing engaging national fundraising campaigns such a Buddies who Brunch
- Thinking creatively, developing action plans and budgets to support national campaigns like World Haemophilia Day and TalkingRed. You will be able to understand the diverse needs and abilities of our community and create accessible fundraising initiatives that work for a geographically dispersed supporter base.
- Understanding and maintaining relationships with external suppliers for fundraising e.g. Great North Run, Just Giving, London Marathon etc. to ensure that we are abreast of any new trends and developments, or promotional opportunities.
- Producing and keeping track of merchandise and promotional materials
- Creating and overseeing updates to fundraising packs and other printed and online fundraising materials.
Essential qualities, skills and experience
- Experience of organising and supporting events and/or community fundraising in a voluntary or paid role.
- Excellent organisational skills and ability to plan ahead, keep records, manage deadlines, prioritise workload and maximise your use of time.
- An outgoing, enthusiastic and helpful personality.
- A creative approach to fundraising and events.
- Great customer service skills, the ability to recognise and meet the needs of individuals and to manage expectations when required.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Numeracy and the ability to understand basic financial information.
- Ability to work in a team as well as to use individual initiative and judgement.
- Good level of IT literacy, including a good knowledge of standard business software, Google Suite and social media.
- A commitment to the vision and values of The Haemophilia Society
Desirable qualities, skills and experience
- Completion of a professional fundraising programme or training course.
- Experience of managing budgets, forecasting income and financial reporting.
- An understanding of long term health conditions, their impact on patients and families, and how being affected might act as a motivation for fundraising.
- Experience of managing a charity’s accounts for fundraising suppliers like Just Giving or other fundraising sites.
- A good knowledge of data protection (GDPR) legislation and good practice in information management.
- Well-developed IT skills with the ability to write engaging content for the website and social media.
- A good understanding of safeguarding principles when working with vulnerable people and the need for professional boundaries
- Proven ability to deliver an inclusive fundraising plan and achieve targets.
- Ability to gain the trust and confidence of members and supporters.
- Excellent project planning skills and ability to work on cross-organisational projects from design to delivery.
- A warm, compassionate and empathetic personality with the ability to develop positive relationships with people from all backgrounds including members and health professionals.
- Be an effective member of the team, recognising, respecting and promoting the different roles and diversity of the individuals in the team and presenting a positive impression of the team and The Society.
- Enthusiastic and fun with drive and determination to meet targets.
- Good attention to detail and accuracy in preparing communications and events.
- A highly motivated, supportive and collaborative team worker.
- Values-driven with a proven commitment to social inclusion and equal opportunities.
- Must be prepared to travel throughout the UK and to work varying hours including evenings and weekends as required.
- Due to the nature of our work with children and vulnerable adults, this role will require a DBS check and checks on previous employment.
How to Apply
To apply please send a cover letter and up to date CV, highlighting your achievements to date and outlining your suitability for the post.
Our other benefits are:
- 25 days holiday (including 3 days over Christmas) plus public holidays
- Flexible working applications considered having passed the probation period (six months)
- Generous pension
- Life and income protection insurance
We look forward to hearing from you.
Interviews will be held on Thursday 10 October 2019 in London.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Location: Global Hub, Woking (25 minute train journey from London Waterloo)
Type of Role: Permanent
Reports to: Senior Finance Business Partner
Salary: £23,120 - £28,900 per annum
Closing Date: 29th September 2019. PLease note we may start shortlisting before the closing date
The Group Finance Department in the Global Hub(GH) provides financial services to support the operations of 55 programme countries and 20 National Organisations (NOs) which are the independent members of Plan as well as the Headquarters. The Group Finance department provides financial accounting, reporting and planning services, treasury and the financial systems, processes and control structure to support the €800million global operations.
We are currently looking for an assistant accountant to join the Group Finance Department at our Global Hub, based in Woking, on a permanent basis. You will be tasked with assisting with all aspects of management and financial reporting, supporting the effective operation of the global organisation, with a focus on intercompany processes. You will need to have a good analytical skills and ability to interpret financial information, and a working knowledge of general ledger, reconciliation practices, and fixed asset registers. In addition, you will need to quickly learn intercompany processes.
Plan International is a development and humanitarian organisation that advances children’s rights and equality for girls. We strive for a just world, working together with children, young people, our supporters and partners.We are independent of governments, religions and political parties. What does Plan International do? We work with children, young people and communities to tackle the root causes of discrimination against girls, exclusion and vulnerability. We support children’s rights from birth until they reach adulthood. Our work enables children to prepare for and respond to crises and adversity. We drive changes in practice and policy at local, national and global levels using our reach, experience and knowledge. Plan International has been building powerful partnerships for children for over 75 years, and is active in over 70 countries.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Individual Giving Manager - Fundraising
Location: Vauxhall, London
Salary: £32,770.38 (including Inner London Weighting)
Hours per week: 37.5
Rethink Mental Illness are recruiting an Individual Giving Manager to recruit, develop and retain individual donors as well as use their experience in supporter recruitment and engagement to contribute to the organisation’s ambitious fundraising goals.
This role sits within the Individual Giving, Legacies and Events team and the postholder will work closely with this team, external suppliers and colleagues elsewhere in the External Affairs directorate such as Corporate Partnerships, Communications and Campaigns to develop donation stewardship journeys for different audiences, to deepen engagement and increase lifetime value. More widely than that, they will help to encourage a fundraising culture within the organisation, ensuring supporters are at the heart of what we do and their needs are met.
They will also work in this role to recruit, retain and develop individual donors on behalf of Mental Health UK, which is a charity made up of four founding charities in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. (Rethink Mental Illness is the English founding charity.)
Desired skills & experience:
- Educated to degree level in a relevant subject or an equivalent level of experience working in fundraising
- Proven track record of three years working in a direct marketing team, preferably in the charity sector
- Experience of database targeting, segmentation, testing and response analysis and associated impacts on budget monitoring and forecasting
- Proven experience of working to and exceeding targets and KPIs
- Experience of a range of direct mail, telemarketing, digital advertising and email techniques, including complex multi-channel campaigns
- An effective communicator able to write in a succinct, structured way, and able to communicate complex issues clearly to non-specialist audiences; a confident copywriter and editor of own work, excellent attention to detail and an eye for design
- Experience of project managing direct marketing campaigns and supporter journeys, of various types including cash and regular giving
- Experience in working with CRM systems, preferably Salesforce/IMIS
- Sound understanding of relevant fundraising regulations and GDPR
Other organisations Fundraising Manager, Giving Manager, Revenue Manager, Individual Giving Manager, Partnerships Manager, Corporate Giving Manager, Fundraising Development Manager, or Charity Development Manager.
So, if you’re seeking your next step as an Individual Giving Manager, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.
Working hours: 37.5
Are you an experienced Manager with proven experience in implementing relief and rehabilitation projects in a humanitarian context? An exciting new opportunity has arisen within our Syria Programme for a Deputy Country Director - Programmes, based in Damascus, Syria.
The successful candidate will have:
- relevant humanitarian and leadership experience
- experience in managing security in a complex conflict environment
- donor relationship cultivation and grants management, programme design, implementation and monitoring
- an ability to successfully mentor, manage and develop team members.
- Experience of working in complex insecure locations is absolutely essential.
Responsibilities will include assisting the Country Director in the leadership and management of Tearfund project work, having oversight of successful design, implementation and monitoring of projects, delegated responsibility for security management, assisting in developing the strategic direction for a complex programme. It is essential that the successful candidate has extensive experience as a senior manager with an INGO, and sustained experience living and working in a complex humanitarian context. In addition, they should have proven experience of working alongside local organisations. The candidate will also demonstrate excellent communication skills and be a strong negotiator and problem solver.
Applicants must be committed to Tearfund's Christian beliefs. We would expect applicants to be able to demonstrate a clear and specific desire to work in this country.
The recruitment process will include specific checks related to safeguarding issues. In addition, personal identification information will be submitted against a Watchlist database to check against criminal convictions as a counter-terror measure.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Are you looking for a rewarding job where you go home knowing that you have made a real impact on someone’s life?
If yes, then our Support Worker job vacancies in Peterborough may be perfect for you!
Hours: Full and part time hours available
Contract type: Permanent
Salary: £8.50 per hour
About the role
Sense has a great opportunity for passionate and dedicated individuals to join our team as a Support Worker in Peterborough. We have a number of flexible, permanent, full and part time roles available working up to 37.5 hours per week.
As a Support Worker you will support and enable people to live the life they choose: to make choices, to express themselves and live as independently as possible. Your patient support and encouragement will assist individuals to run their own lives as much as possible – helping with personal care, supporting someone to rustle up some breakfast, do the weekly shop or visit a local café.
Sense also supports people to take part in some of our amazing arts and wellbeing activities – from dance to music making, swimming to rock climbing.
A full UK driving licence and use of your own vehicle is an essential requirement for this role.
Experience is not necessarily required for this role as we are able to support you and provide you with an excellent induction. However, it is really important that you are able to demonstrate the right values and behaviours to enable you to make a difference to people’s lives.
Flexibility is needed as working times do vary and will include evenings, weekends and sleep-ins; we will however provide you with a rota in advance so you can plan your life accordingly.
For everyone living with complex disabilities. For everyone who is deafblind. Sense is here to help people communicate and experience the world.
We believe that no one, no matter how complex their disabilities, should be isolated, left out, or unable to fulfil their potential.
Sense has a proven record of offering high quality, pioneering services.
Working as a Support Worker at Sense can be incredibly rewarding; we offer the opportunity to work in a large, diverse and successful charity where people can develop their skills, knowledge and careers in a supportive and flexible environment. In addition, we have excellent training and development, the opportunity for you to join our Group Personal Pension scheme and a generous annual leave entitlement.
Our selection process aims to make sure that the role is right for you and you are right for us. It involves completing an online application form, taking part in a value based interview/assessment process and visiting one of our services.
Closing date: Sunday 6 October 2019
Interview date: To be confirmed
TO APPLY AND FOR MORE INFORMATION:
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You will be a results-oriented self-starter with strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work autonomously as well as part of a wider global team. The successful candidate will lead, develop and implement integrated multi-channel global communications strategies and plans, in line with strategic plans and the needs of our target audiences.
Required skills and experience:
* Strong experience of developing multi-channel communications plans;
* Strong PR experience and demonstrable knowledge of international media, including business, investor, trade and environment media;
* Experience in the fields of financial markets and/or investor relations;
* Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to develop and nurture relationships both internally and externally, including complex multi-stakeholder relationships;
* Strong analytical mind with the ability to turn complex information into compelling stories and content;
* Strong copy-writing and editing skills;
* Extensive experience in promoting content on a wide range of digital and traditional platforms;
* An understanding of or interest in financial markets and the ability to process complex information;
* Excellent team skills and the flexibility to work across the business and with global offices;
* Excellent time management skills and an ability to meet deadlines under pressure and manage multiple project and stakeholder demands simultaneously;
Salary and benefits: £34,000 - £40,000 per annum, annual discretionary bonus (depending on company performance), 30 days' holiday, generous non-contributory pension provision, life assurance and others.
To apply please email your CV to [email protected] for more information.
The firm deadline is 8am on Monday 7 October, but please get in touch now, to avoid disappointment.
Recovery College Assistant – Reading
£18,426 - £19,171 PA
Full time – 37.5 hours per week
We are currently looking to recruit a Recovery College Assistant to join our team in Reading. The St Mungo’s Recovery College is a skills and employment service, helping people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness to build the confidence and skills to progress towards work.
We run a programme of drop-in sessions, courses and one-to-one support which is accessible for people who need to build social, literacy and IT skills but also offers a focus on progression and a pathway into employment.
About the role
As a Recovery College Assistant you will provide administrative support to the manager, staff and volunteers including managing room bookings, updating timetables and keeping records of enrolments, attendance and course outcomes.
You will engage with clients in a positive way and will ensure that the college is a welcoming space, providing advice and guidance on activities and assisting with the set up and running of classes.
This role does not involve shift work and we offer flexible hours, Monday to Friday (around college opening hours)
What are we looking for?
You will have excellent written and verbal communication skills and a respectful and empowering approach to working with our client group. You will be able to provide administrative support in a busy environment with competing priorities.
You will be highly motivated and able to manage your own workload. You will be willing to work proactively to ensure that the team are supported with administrative tasks and all materials are provided to ensure the smooth running of classes.
What can you expect?
We offer a range of benefits including highly competitive pay, a pension scheme, staff discount schemes and initiatives to help you maintain a healthy work/life balance. Your career development is of paramount importance to us and we will provide you with a wide range of learning and development opportunities to support your growth.
You will receive a comprehensive induction to connect you with St Mungo’s and your role, and will have access to high quality in-house training covering all aspects of working with our clients along with other core skills. We also offer an internal mentoring scheme, career development workshops and a wide range of additional ‘bite-sized’ and easy access learning opportunities.
If you believe that you have what we are looking for, and have an interest in working for the leading charity in the sector we would love to hear from you.
To find out more and apply please visit our website.
To view the job description and guidance on completing your application form, please click on the document available tab at the top of the advert page on our website.
Closing date: 10am, Tuesday 1 October 2019
Interview and assessments on: Friday 11 October 2019
It is a requirement for this post that an enhanced DBS disclosure check will be undertaken for the successful candidate.
Please be advised that all appointments will be made on St Mungo’s current standard Terms and Conditions (T&Cs); this also applies to any internal candidates.
At St Mungo’s, equality, diversity and inclusion are central to the organisation's values and how we work. We are in the top 50 of Stonewall’s Workplace Equality Index 2019, we are also proud to have been awarded Personnel Today’s 2018 Diversity and Inclusion (Public Sector) award and we are a Disability Confident Employer. To ensure that our workforce reflects the diversity of our clients as well as the communities that we live and work within, we encourage and welcome applications from all sections of the community.