The British Asian Trust is undergoing an exciting and ambitious period of growth. Our annual turnover has more than tripled in recent years helping us to increase our impact in South Asia through meaningful programmes of activity that release people from poverty and allow their full potential to be met.
The next stage of our journey will be dependent upon our expertise in growing and diversifying our income streams, extending our reach within the diaspora and beyond, and maximising the opportunity of being supported by some of the most successful South Asian business leaders and entrepreneurs in the world.
We will operate on the cusp between philanthropy and impact investment, driving programmes that are bold and progressive in their vision for social change. We are also in the process of merging with a major conservation organisation and will be looking to fund and grow a new conservation vertical.
We are now recruiting for a number of key positions in our Fundraising and Operations teams to help make this plan a reality. All jobs are based in our London office.
- Fundraising Manager - ECB (full-time)
- Programme Fundraising Manager (full-time)
- Prospect Research Manager (part time – 0.5 FTE)
- Finance Manager (part time – 0.7FTE)
If you are excited by our work, are great at what you do and enjoy working in a fast-paced environment, we’d love to hear from you.
To apply, please email your CV and a covering letter telling us in no more than 2 pages why you are the right person for the role.
Closing date for applications:
- Fundraising Manager ECB - Monday 30 September
- Programme Fundraising Manager - Monday 30 September
- Prospect Research Manager - Monday 7 October
- Finance Manager - Wednesday 2 October
Interviews will be held on the following dates:
- Fundraising Manager ECB - Monday 7 October
- Programme Fundraising Manager - Friday 4 October
- Prospect Research Manager - Friday 11 October
- Finance Manager - Wednesday 9 or Thursday 10 October
Are you confident, outgoing, people focussed and love music? Are you keen to get out there and be on the frontline of our fundraising? We are looking for someone at the beginning of their career in fundraising, whose focus will be providing an exemplary level of customer service to our supporters. From (loudly!) cheering on our supporters at events and helping them collect donations, through to providing the vital support from 'back at the ranch' - such as ensuring supporter packs are sent out and managing all the fundraising tools and supplies, as well as maintaining individual giving records on our database and acknowledging all donations. Your role will be varied, interesting and most of all you'll be working with a fantastic team to develop your career
Music is at the heart of what we do, and you’ll be championing music and music therapy across all of our supporters, individual givers and everyone who fundraises for us, shouting about the incredible work we’re doing to change lives through music that we simply couldn't do without their help.
Please apply with a CV and cover letter via our website, letting us know why you would be right for the role. Closing date for applications is Monday 30th September. Interviews will be held on Tuesday 8th and Wednesday 9th October.
The role is subject to a basic DBS check.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Unicef ensures more of the world’s children are vaccinated, educated and protected than any other organisation. We have done more to influence laws and policies to help protect children than anyone else. We get things done. And we’re not going to stop until the world is a safe place for all our children.
The Corporate Partnerships team at Unicef UK manages partnerships with major UK companies, including easyJet, arm, Manchester United, and Unilever. We firmly believe that companies can play a crucial role in creating a better world for children. Our vision is to be the partner of choice for the UK’s leading companies, securing and developing strategic, long-term relationships that align with business objectives to deliver for the partner and for children.
As Corporate Partnerships Team Administrator, you will provide proactive administrative support across the entire team, helping us to deliver on our ambitious income targets. This will involve developing and maintaining systems and processes that enable effective and efficient ways of working. Other components of the role include support for fundraising activities and database management.
Our ideal candidate will be highly efficient with a flexible approach and proven administration experience. You enjoy providing support to colleagues, possess strong organisational skills and you have the ability to prioritise your workload with minimal supervision.
Age UK East London aims to be an organisation that enables older people to:
- Retain maximum possible choice over the direction of their lives;
- Maintain and improve health;
- Prevent social isolation;
- Live in physical environments suited to their changing needs;
- Have as many opportunities as possible for involvement in fulfilling Individual and leisure activities.
Older people and their carers are our partners in everything we do. We aim to keep our work:
- To provide knowledge and support to service users enabling them to remain independent in their own homes
- To work with the Information & Advice Team Manager to, develop, deliver and sustain excellent services to AQS standard
- Provide information and advice to older people and their carers to promote their independence
- To provide information and advice to socially isolated people in the community who are unable to access services by the traditional method
- Work with clients to deliver holistic support that promotes wellbeing and independence
- Maintain excellent case records and ensure that all personal information is stored in line with legislation
Co-Ordination, Operational Management & Service Development
- To provide information, advice and support provision to older people and their carers enabling them to access services, where possible, and to promote independence and wellbeing
- To carry out benefit checks, benefit applications and form filling services to older people and their carers
- To provide information and advice to service users in respect of services available through their individual budgets, benefit awards and grant applications
- To provide support to vulnerable people in their own homes who are unable to access information and advice by traditional methods
- To provide information and advice support to Advice Quality Standard (AQS) in Welfare Benefits to older people 50+
- To be involved in networking and partnership work ensuring that AUKEL Information and Advice service is at the forefront of service delivery in the borough
- To provide Information & Advice in agreed outreach venues across our services such as community centres, GP surgeries, Hospitals and other locations as required
- To represent Age UK East London at appropriate meetings, events and consultations as requested by the Information & Advice Manager
- To organise volunteers to support our advice services and support their development and training
- Ensure that case records and personal information is stored on the organisational database in accordance with legislation and AQS standards
- Ensure that all evaluation and monitoring information is collated and available for funding reports
- Minimum of 18 months experience of working in an advice setting whether paid or voluntary
- Experience of providing services that supports carers and older people enabling their independence by providing knowledge of services available to them;
- Demonstrable experience in Welfare Benefit changes and duties to carers in accordance with the Carers & Disabled Children’s Act 2000
- Holds NVQ Level 3 Advice & Guidance, or equivalent, qualification, or ability to achieve in short timescale
Knowledge and Understanding
- Knowledge of services available to carers and older people and the issues affecting them
- Understanding of confidentiality policy and practice
- Understanding of equality and diversity in practice
- Understanding and commitment to empowering service users
- Understanding of relevant legislation, areas of law
- Knowledge of wider Adult Social care sector and integration agenda
Skills and attributes
- Commitment to working creatively within a team
- An open minded and challenging approach to work
- Excellent communication, numeracy and literacy skills
- Good planning and organisational skills
- This post is subject to Enhanced Disclosure and Baring Checks
- This post requires IT skills in Windows and ability to use Microsoft word and excel
- This post may require occasional evening and weekend work
A leading and very well established London based international health charity are actively seeking a dynamic, personable and highly capable Senior Fundraising Officer to look after their High Value donors.
The Senior Fundraising Officer will lead on developing and implementing cultivation and stewardship plans for new and existing high net worth supporters and community and event fundraisers in order to increase loyalty and income.
Key responsibilities for this role will include:
*Develop, maintain and leverage relationships with a portfolio of high value donors, major donors, prospects and senior volunteers (trustees, ambassadors and networkers) through a combination of written and email communication, telephone calls, attendance at events, face to face meetings and field visits.
*Cultivate and steward relationships to personally request high value donations through compelling tailored proposals and events, bringing donors close to our work.
*Support the Head of Philanthropy to deliver a comprehensive stewardship and communications plan to all segments of the major donor portfolio.
*Assist with the development of a major donor and high value donor giving club by developing tailored communications and events and working with the Communications team to enhance the digital presence.
*Produce reports and donor correspondence, ensuring provision of appropriate and timely feedback on use of donations.
*Research and identify potential high value and major donor prospects using existing contacts in the charity's network including ambassadors, trustees and external sources.
*Work closely with other members of the Key Donor Team (Corporate Partnerships and Trusts and Foundations) to maximise the potential of leveraging high value donations to the charity.
*Provide support and stewardship to high value fundraisers, for example London Marathon runners and event organisers.
In return for your continuous and effective work this organisation offers a good salary and an excellent benefits package to match.
If you are looking for a great friendly down to earth and professional working environment coupled with a brilliant, busy and engaging role that you can truly get your teeth into then please submit to TPP Recruitment today your most up to date CV and contact details.
Crisis is the national charity for homeless people. We know that homelessness is not inevitable. We know that together we can end it.
About the role
As our new Head of Individual Supporters, you would manage one of the biggest individual giving campaigns in the sector. Our talented, high performing team boast significant year on year growth and we’re looking for a strong track record of success in a similar role, an innovative approach and the ambition to take us to the next level. We are invested in an innovative approach, whilst ensuring our current campaigns continue to deliver. You will thrive on the responsibility of achieving these increasing levels of income, whilst ensuring our messaging helps to end homelessness.
- Managing the Supporter Appeals team, balancing a portfolio of recruitment and development activities to achieve growth targets on budget
- Recruiting new donors by direct mail, F2F, press and online advertising, social media, inserts, radio, TV and telemarketing and ensuring retention through excellent donor experience
- Increasing donors engagement and support over time using by phone, mail, email and social networking to create two way conversations, where appropriate
- Developing new and innovative ways of continuing to expand and widen the unique opportunity presented to Crisis each Christmas
- Supporting the overarching supporter engagement strategy developed by Marketing and Comms, ensuring individual donor journeys create great experiences for supporters, maximising value for Crisis and increasing donor engagement.
- Developing Crisis’ online fundraising strategy
- Developing and maintaining good working relationships with external agencies: creative and fundraising agencies, print suppliers, mailing houses and relevant internal departments
- Providing in-depth analysis of giving trends across the database and exploring new ways of refining data analysis, in order to drive and inform our forward planning. Whilst also monitoring the external environment and ensuring Crisis is able to adapt to the ever-changing landscape
- Managing and monitoring the Supporter Appeals budget and producing accurate income forecasts and multi-year income models based on various expenditure scenarios
To be successful in this role you will have:
1.Substantial direct marketing experience including recruitment across a range of media
2.Proven experience of leading Fundraising teams, supporting individuals to achieve financial targets and develop their skills and knowledge
3.Knowledge of relationship marketing techniques and strategies
4.Experience of successful digital fundraising techniques
5.Detailed knowledge of print production and mailing techniques
6.Experience of using a relational database
7.Analytical skills and confidence in handling numerical data
8.Knowledge of relevant legislation and regulation affecting fundraising and direct marketing
9.Experience of managing external marketing agencies, printers and mailing houses
10.Experience of working with a variety of media such as press, mailings, online and DRTV
11.Experience of managing large and complex budgets
Commitment to Crisis’s purpose and values including equality and social inclusion is essential.
As a member of the team you will have access to a wide range of employee benefits including:
- Interest free loans to purchase a train season ticket or a bike or for a deposit to secure a tenancy
- Mandatory pension scheme, with an employer contribution of 8.5%
- 25 days’ annual leave which increases with service to 28 days
- The option to work from home up to two days per week.
Alongside our excellent staff benefits, we will support your ongoing development to build your skills, experience and career.
How to apply
If this sound likes the opportunity for you, please complete our online application form, addressing in the supporting statement section how you meet points 1, 2, 5, and 6 only of the person specification. The person specification is available on our website by clicking on the 'Vacancy Details' button.
If you need to request an application in an alternative format, please contact the HR Team, contact details can be found on our website.
Closing date: 29th September (23:59)
We value diversity, promote equality and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds. We particularly welcome applications from people with lived experience of homelessness.
For more information about our work and to see our work in action, please visit our website.
Registered Charity Numbers: E&W1082947, SC040094
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
(Volunteers Supporting Families)
Hours/Days per week: 35/5
Salary: £24,459 inc OLW
Closing date: Noon – 1 October 2019
Interview date and Location: 7 October 2019 - Walthamstow
About the role
Volunteers Supporting Families
Volunteering Matters’ Volunteers Supporting Families project offers a pioneering approach, recruiting volunteers from the local community to provide support to families whose children are at risk or have a safeguarding plan. There are currently 3 projects across the country, in Waltham Forest, Southend-on-Sea and Greenwich. We are looking for a solution focussed individual who can empower volunteers to change the lives of those families concerned.
In return for your commitment we offer 25 days holiday per year (FTE) plus discretionary festive leave + public holidays. We also offer a 3% employer pension contribution, flexible working opportunities and enhanced employee benefits.
Appointment to this position is subject to an enhanced disclosure check (DBS). Having a conviction will not necessarily cause a bar to employment.
To view or to download the JD and the monitoring form click the link ‘Apply on Website’
To Apply please send your CV and supporting statement with a completed monitoring form to the email address available via the link ‘Apply on Website’.
Your supporting statement is of equal importance to us as your CV and is a key part of our shortlisting process. It is an opportunity for you to outline your experience and credentials directly to the details of the post.
Volunteering Matters is committed to the provision of equal opportunities in employment and accordingly wishes to ensure that no job applicant is treated less favourably on unjustifiable grounds. To assist in the monitoring of our performance in relation to equal opportunities you are requested to complete the enclosed monitoring form. The questionnaire is for statistical purposes only. Upon receipt it will be separated from your CV and cover letter and will not form part of the selection process.
Please note: Due to the volume of applications we receive if we have not contacted you by the interview date it means that on this occasion we are unable to take your application further.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Department: Data and Impact
Contract Duration: 12 months
Citizens Advice offers confidential advice online, over the phone, and in person, for free. Through our national network of charities, we give people the knowledge and the confidence they need to find their way forward – whoever they are, and whatever their problem. We helped 2.6 million people face to face, over the phone, by email and webchat, and people visited our online advice pages 25 million times. We help with everything from money issues to problems at work, housing to consumer rights. Now we want to do even more.
We are looking to recruit an Impact and Evaluation analyst to join our Impact and Data Team, with a specific lead on assessing and demonstrating the impact of the witness service delivered in courts by Citizens Advice.
This is a diverse and interesting role which will draw on your experience of either social research or evaluation to deliver high quality and robust insights.
You will be working to support, develop and deliver research and evaluation for funded projects and programmes.
You will need to demonstrate that you are an effective team player with a range of attributes including the ability to foster and maintain effective relationships with a range of internal and external stakeholders, great IT literacy; including the ability to use software to analyse and interpret data and communicate the findings clearly to a range of audiences.
We particularly welcome applications from disabled and Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) candidates as BAME and disabled people are currently under-represented throughout Citizens Advice. We are a member of the race equality campaign at Business in the Community, the Prince’s responsible business network and are committed to improving employment opportunities for ethnic minorities across the UK. We also welcome applications from, LGB and Trans and non binary candidates.
We have made a positive commitment to employing disabled people and guarantee to interview all disabled candidates who meet the minimum essential criteria for the role as set out in role profiles.
London Youth is looking for an outstanding candidate to join our fundraising team as Corporate Partnerships Manager.
In our values-led and collaborative charity, you’ll be joining the small but effective fundraising team, which has brought in around £3m a year from trusts and foundations, and corporate partnerships.
In the last two years, our income from corporate sources has increased substantially, with three new six-figure partnerships. We now have an exciting maternity cover opportunity for a corporate fundraising specialist to join and add value to the fundraising team. This role encompasses both new business development and account management. We’re looking for someone who is as excited by the prospect of ‘closing’ the deal, as they are by safeguarding our crucial current partnerships.
London Youth embraces equality, diversity and inclusion. We are committed to the ongoing development and building of a team that values and represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives and skills.
We value employee wellbeing and promote healthy work-life balance initiatives and proposals.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
I CAN is the leading children’s communications charity in the UK. Communication is crucial. The key fundamental life skill for children is the ability to communicate. It directly impacts on their ability to learn, to develop friendships and their overall chances in life.
I CAN is an £8m turnover charity employing 180-200 staff across three main sites in central London, Surrey and the East Midlands, as well as a range of home workers. We run two Ofsted outstanding special schools, deliver a range of speech and language communications programmes, develop and distribute support to children with delayed language in schools, children’s centres and nurseries, manage The Communication Trust consortium of over 50 children’s charities and deliver parental support initiatives such as our Enquiry Line.
This is a maternity cover position for a period of 12 months and will operate as part of a team of two HR Advisors, where your role will be to offer support and professional advice to managers and staff on all areas of human resource management.
Reporting to the Director of Corporate Services, who is also a qualified HR practitioner, your workload will be varied and interesting and will involve coaching and supporting line managers on a range of staff management issues, supporting recruitment campaigns, overseeing the administration of the outsourced payroll, delivering training interventions around line manager and personal development skills and supporting the Director to deliver HR improvement activities and projects.
To undertake this role, you will need to demonstrate:
- Experience of an HR generalist role. This could be as an HR Advisor or on delivering HR advisory services as part of a shared services team.
- CIPD qualification or be qualified through experience.
- A good working knowledge of employment law in England.
- Some experience on improving HR services.
- Experience in one or more of the following: learning and development, pay and benefits, recruitment, payroll administration/liaison, HR management information, volunteer development, employee relations and/or HR policy development.
- Experience of operating in a setting which values business partnering and an understanding of how this operates and the value it can add.
- Strong numeracy and communication skills, along with the ability to manage a busy workload.
- Willingness to travel occasionally to attend networking events and meet with key managers and members of staff.
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.
We are happy to consider applications from experienced candidates to work four days a week.
I CAN is committed to equality of opportunity in employment and the safeguarding and welfare of children. We carry out the appropriate vetting and verifications on all staff and this post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.
Charity People are excited to be working with The China Dialogue Trust in recruiting a diligent Office Coordinator to join their Shoreditch-based office. We are looking for a proactive and motivated individual to join their team and hit the ground running, managing the office and providing invaluable support to the CEO and COO.
The China Dialogue Trust is an environmental Charity, which disseminates high-quality information and promotes international communication on conservation, global warming and the environment. They work towards informing the public and contributing to building equitable and constructive solutions to global environmental issues, working for a common purpose across political, ideological and cultural boundaries.
This is an excellent opportunity for a conscientious professional to join the charity and provide executive assistance to the COO in running the international organisation, as well as supporting the CEO with their busy travel schedule. You will be the first point of contact for general external enquiries, be responsible for coordinating internal and external meetings, and have the opportunity to plan event logistics, such as workshops and an annual team away day. You will be tasked with compiling a monthly activity report, coordinating and editing input from the international teams and working with external web developers and systems consultants to implement changes to the website.
We are looking for enthusiastic and highly organised applicants, with excellent problem solving skills, highly competent with Microsoft Office and Google Suites and a true passion for the environment. Ideally you will also be experienced in web development and able to work successfully as part of a team as well as independently.
If you would like to apply, please send your CV to Kate Headford ASAP. Interviews will take place w/c 23rd September.
Recruiting a Waking Night Support Worker to join our Learning Disabilities service in Hertfordshire!
GBP 19,760 per annum plus 25 days Annual Leave, Pension schemes, Staff discounts, healthcare and more
This role is a 40 hour per week.
Night Support Workers are responsible for ensuring continuity of a support service at night and for keeping customers and the building safe.Welwyn Supported Living Service will be a new home for one customer with learning disabilities and Autism, and we are looking to build a staff team with an excellent value base to support the customer to build their new life and develop their skills as an independent person.
- Building a supportive, trusting relationship with the customer and creating a positive atmosphere;
- Supporting the customer in their preferred night time routine, including personal care and promoting good sleep hygiene;
- Supporting the customer to undertake activities in line with their preferences;
- Ensuring the customer's safety and wellbeing at night, providing emotional and practical support and reassurance as needed;
- Using positive behavioural support and Autism-specific approaches to manage any distress during night time hours;
- Working proactively with other members of the team to meet the needs of the customer and handle administrative responsibilities;
- Conducting key work sessions as required, that are innovative and engaging in order to achieve Support Plan goals;
- Ensuring ongoing assessment and management of risks associated with the customer within an attitude of 'positive risk taking';
- Ensuring appropriate handovers between shifts and documenting night time activity, including any incidents;
- Working in line with Look Ahead's lone working protocols and maintaining high levels of awareness in relation to the health and safety of yourself and colleagues;
- Adhering to all other Look Ahead policies and procedures;
- Engaging in learning and development activity to increase knowledge and skills
- Ad-hoc domestic / cleaning duties;
- Working as part of a team with Look Ahead colleagues, the customer's family and external professionals;
- Undertaking any other duties consistent with the grade and nature of the post as assigned by the Team Leader/Manager
This is not an exhaustive list of all the duties and responsibilities that may be required from time to time and is subject to change in accordance with the needs of Look Ahead.
- Enjoys social interaction and the company of others, joins in local activities to encourage customer involvement
- Exudes a warm friendly presence and open behaviour
- Prefers working as part of a group or team
- Is fundamentally calm and resilient, does not let emotion adversely affect them or obscure their judgement
- Has a practical and logical mind and is naturally well organized
- Able to apply the right balance of care and support dependant on the needs of the customer
- Thrives on change and enjoys dynamic diverse environments
- Is confident with high levels of self-esteem
- Is respectful, articulate and sensitive in style of communication
- Is motivated towards excellence and improvement of personal performance with a can do attitude
- Ability to cope positively with challenging and diverse behaviour
- Ability to adhere to Look Ahead's professional boundaries policy
Skills, Knowledge and Experience:
- NVQ Level 2/3 or equivalent with little or some previous relevant sector work experience
- Driving Licence
Please note that we have the right to close any vacancy before the advertised closing date if we have received a high number of applications.
If your application for this role is unsuccessful, but we feel that you would be suitable for another role, we may contact you to discuss alternative opportunities. If this occurs you would not need to submit another application for the alternative role.
Permanent - Nottingham and Leicester. Full time- 35 hours a week
As Head of Operations you will have experience of both leadership and operations delivery. You will be the face of The Prince's Trust in your geography, leading a multi-disciplined team and building a community across our staff, volunteers and partners to maximise impact. An effective communicator who seeks to understand multiple perspectives you will lead a team to design,plan and deliver activity in response to local need.
We are looking for individuals who are inspiring leaders and skilled project managers who are resilient, determined and confident decision makers.
Ideally, you will have senior management experience and will make this role your own to continue the work needed to develop and drive the East of England.
To learn more about the role, please download the job description.
The Prince's Trust is a youth charity whose mission is to help young people transform their lives by developing the confidence and skills, to live, learn and earn. This year we will support more than 70,000 young people through a range of proven programmes,with three in four achieving a positive outcome.
The Prince's Trust is committed to safeguarding, protecting and promoting the welfare of the children and young people we work with. Successful applicants to roles at The Prince's Trust will be subject to criminal vetting checks, and where necessary for the role, a check at an enhanced level will be required.
To apply for this vacancy please complete the online application.To help you with the supporting statement section, you may want to download a copy of the Prince's Trust Behavioural Framework.
A NOTE FOR RECRUITMENT AGENCIES
We prefer to hire people directly, but we do have a preferred supplier list for when we'd like a helping hand. We'll be in touch if we need you.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Job Title: Grounds and Landscape Manager
Location: National Memorial Arboretum (DE13 7AR)
Contract: 35 hours per week, 5 days out of 7
Salary: £32,000- £34,500 per annum dependent on experience
About the National Memorial Arboretum
The National Memorial Arboretum is the UK’s centre for year-round Remembrance - a vibrant, living landscape of reflection and inspiration. Located in Staffordshire, the 150-acre Arboretum is a special place honouring those who have served, and continue to serve, our nation in many different ways. The site includes the iconic Armed Forces Memorial, a lasting tribute to those in the Armed Forces who have lost their lives in the service of their country. Recent multi-million-pound investments have doubled the size of the extensive visitor and learning facilities and created a brand new events facility for public and private use with a banqueting capacity of over 300. The Arboretum now welcomes over 300,000 visitors each year, hosts over 200 events and engages with around 16,000 student visitors. The Arboretum is part of The Royal British Legion
Our Values and Behaviours
Does the following describe you?
• A desire to deliver a great customer experience
• Enjoy and thrive in working in teams and with others
• Passionate about supporting the ongoing development of the Arboretum
• Come to work each day to be the best you can and to learn and develop
• An encourager, eager to share your knowledge and experience to help others
If so then we would like you hear from you ….
The Arboretum is looking for a successful and dynamic Grounds and Landscape Manager to manage the Grounds, Trees and memorials that comprise the outdoor estate and manage the development.
Reporting to the Head of Estates, key responsibilities include:
• Responsible for the day to day running of the grounds and landscape, supervision of staff, contractors and volunteers to ensure that appropriate horticultural standards are maintained safely.
• Manage development and maintenance of the grounds, trees and memorials
• To contribute innovatively to the development of the landscape and outdoor estate in conjunction with the Head of Estates
• Liaise with memorial holders in relation to installation and maintenance of memorials
• To plan, negotiate and manage the work of contractors on the outdoor estate
• To manage budgets in relation to the grounds and arboriculture
• Ensure that exemplary standards of horticultural and arboricultural husbandry and plantsmanship are maintained at all times.
The successful candidate must have proven grounds and landscape management experience. Good interpersonal and communication skills are essential, as are employee and stakeholder management skills. Attendance outside normal working hours will occasionally be required and the ability to work under pressure and prioritise workload will be essential.
How to Apply
Please apply by clicking 'Apply Online'
Closing date for this role is Monday 30th September 2019
I'm working with a forward-thinking scientific charity on an interim HR Operations Manager job based close to Kings Cross. The organisation gets funding from the Government and through Its publishing's. The organisation has over 50,000 members worldwide.
The organisation employs around 150 staff members across the UK. They've recently moved into a new modern office which is located close to the Northern and Victoria tube lines. The organisation has two offices in the UK, and you may be required to travel to the other office.
The main purpose of this HR Operations Manager job is to drive the performance and manage the HR team on a daily basis. You'll ensure the day to day HR needs are carried out and to a high standard. This will range from updating their HR policies, job evaluations and developing the HR strategy. There is also a real focus on developing the current HR team as well.
This integral role is perfect for a HR generalist who has the ability to upward manage and who's very credible. The Institute needs someone who's passionate about developing and managing a team and setting a professional standard throughout. The organisation uses iTrent so a knowledge of that system would be very beneficial.
The HR Operations Manager will need to have good influencing skills, be resilient along with solid experience within HR. If you have non-profit experience and are looking for a role which is interesting and varied, please get in touch.