The Bridge At Waterloo, based at St John’s Church, is a vibrant charity with a strong track record of delivering effective and creative projects through the arts, community and heritage. The charity is seeking a Finance Officer; a self-starter with financial experience, to manage our finances, process invoices and payments and payroll, oversee the finances for our development project and manage the budget and accounts process.
This is a part-time position of 21 hours per week, flexible within core hours 9.30 a.m. to 5 p.m, Monday to Friday, with a Salary of £29,000 - £33,000 p.a. pro rata = £17,400 - £19,800.
St John’s Waterloo is a busy church throughout the week, hosting orchestras and arts organisations as well as having a thriving Sunday congregation. We have eleven part-time staff and two buildings. We host the Waterloo Festival and work closely with the arts institutions on the South Bank, and run learning and employment projects under the Digital Futures banner. We are also in the process of a major redevelopment of the church building - ReIGNITE.
Bishopsgate Institute is the delivery arm of the Bishopsgate Foundation, founded in 1894 for “the promotion of the education of the public”. We are a small, independent charity with our own extraordinary premises at the crossroads of the City, Spitalfields and the East End. Our motto is “I grow old, but not lazy” and we apply this philosophy throughout our work.
This is a part-time standalone role for 21 hours per week; you will have solid generalist HR experience and will give pragmatic advice and practical support on a variety of HR issues, as well as being responsible for coaching our managers in delivering across these areas. You will have strong recruitment experience and come up with new ideas for finding and attracting the best talent. There will be a range of HR projects into which your contribution will be valuable, such as revamping our learning and development offer, ensuring our policies and procedures reflect best practice and leading on complex employment relations issues, so experience in these areas will be highly useful.
In addition to managing all aspects of HR admin and record-keeping, ensuring data protection compliance, this role is responsible for providing accurate and timely information for payroll, as well as ensuring excellent management of organisation-wide general administration. This role line manages the Administration Officer. Therefore, ability to assert authority and retain accountability for the areas under your remit is essential, motivating and leading others to deliver performance.
The successful candidate will have a CIPD qualification (minimum level 5).
Please download and consult all of the information available on our website before beginning your application
** CVs alone will not be accepted **
The application deadline is Sunday 06 October 2019 (17:00), but we look at early submissions and may withdraw the vacancy at any time.
Late applications will not be considered.
We welcome submissions from previous applicants.
The British Association for Music Therapy (BAMT) is the professional body for music therapy in the UK, providing both practitioners and non-practitioners with professional support, information and training opportunities. We provide a voice for the profession, as well as for some of the most vulnerable children and adults in our society. As a charity, we are committed to promoting and raising awareness of music therapy, developing understanding through providing information to the general public, and supporting the advancement of education, research and professional practice.
We now have a vacancy for a Chief Executive, which will be a new role for the Charity. We therefore need someone who will be motivated by this challenge; someone to help shape the future of music therapy in the UK, further raise BAMT’s profile and to enable us to develop, grow and thrive.
The successful candidate will be a strategic leader with outstanding communication skills, the ability to develop and maintain strong relationships with both internal and external stakeholders, plus the experience of building and leading a team. They will have significant previous experience of generating income and the interpersonal and networking skills to be an ambassador for BAMT.
If you are someone who is passionate about making a difference to the lives of vulnerable children and adults and have the vision and drive to lead a small but growing charity, we would welcome your application.
For further information about this role and how to apply, please download the Recruitment Pack from our website.
This is a part-time role (3 days a week) and is based in a vibrant part of London. The salary is up to £55,000 pa (pro rata)
Please send your CV along with a supporting statement (of not more than 3 sides of A4) referring to the application pack - Knowledge and Experience section.
Deadline for applications is noon on Friday 27th September 2019 and interviews will take place on Thursday 10th October 2019
You will support the Senior Leadership Team in the development and delivery of our Museum Master Plan Programmes for Cosford and London through an agreed portfolio of capital and activity projects.
You will lead and champion the delivery of agreed Major Projects within this portfolio to budget, defined deadlines and to the highest quality standards.
You will use effective communications to ensure that all our internal and external stakeholders are engaged with and passionate about our Programmes.
The post will be based at our Cosford site and work across all Museum sites as required. Working elsewhere in the UK and abroad may be necessary.
As one of the largest pan-arts organisations outside London, Wiltshire Creative is considered a trailblazer in the arts and cultural sector.
We are now seeking an ambitious and exceptional
to join our team of highly creative and experienced staff, volunteers and trustees.
In one of our most critical and visible roles you will enjoy engaging with donors and sponsors at all levels. This is a great opportunity for you to make your mark and design and implement a brand new fundraising strategy for this world class organisation.
Our staff benefit from a nurturing environment alongside the many artists and companies with which we work, with professional development opportunities, training and mentoring at the heart of our organisation.
Are you an inspirational, strategic leader who thrives on a challenge? If so, we would love to hear from you.
Do you have experience in accounts? Are you interested in the arts sector?
Prospectus is delighted to be supporting an exceptional global arts and cultural centre in London as they look for their new Accounts Assistant. With a range of offers, including an exhibition gallery, events space, a restaurant and a retail floor of thoughtfully curated pieces, this is a great opportunity to support a new organisation whilst developing professionally.
As an Accounts Assistant, you will assist primarily with accounts payable and also accounts receivable transactions within a small finance team. You will take the lead of authorisation through to payment and play a key role in reporting the profit and loss statement. You will also play a supportive role in the preparation of financial reports for upper management. On a day to day basis, you will undertake key clerical duties and work with suppliers to ensure a solid accounts payable service. As the finance team forms and continues its adoption of Xero, the Accounts Assistant will contribute to designing and improving processes that ensure robust accounting outcomes.
To be a successful candidate, you will be someone who is keen to expand your financial knowledge. Ideally, you will hold a finance related bachelor's degree or equivalent and possess some experience in a finance or accounts based role. With a proactive attitude and the ability to communicate effectively at all levels, this post will provide a really positive professional challenge to a candidate looking to build a career in accounting.
To apply, please submit a Word Document version of your CV. Cover letters are not required at this stage; a full job description will be provided to candidates shortlisted by Prospectus.
Applications will be considered on a rolling basis and it is possible we may appoint before the closing date. Please apply early to ensure your CV will be reviewed.
HR Change Coordinator
Up to £30,000
Are you looking to work for a well-known organisation that is the latter part of 5-year transformation plan?
Would like to work for a large matrix organisation?
Do you have experience in working in a project environment?
Do you have working knowledge of the recruitment cycle?
What is great about this firm?
- This role is within a large organisation that deals with cultural and educational matters on a global scale
- Be part of organisation that actively make a change in the UK
- The organisation is based in the City with ample opportunity to experience the hustle and bustle of London
What is great about this HR Change Coordination role?
- Carry out day-to-day admin duties
- Complete routine data analysis to support People Workstream
- Maintain and update impact data report
In this HR Change Coordination role, you will:
- Set up and maintain orderly HR project documentation
- Ensure alignment of the People Workstream across the project whilst identifying opportunities and issues
As a HR Change Coordinator, you must:
- Have experience of working in a project environment
- Have GDPR or data protection experience or experience of confidentiality
- Have experience and a working knowledge of the recruitment cycle, from onboarding to exits
This organisation is looking for an HR Change Coordinator who is ready to hit the ground running within a well-established firm. They must display qualities of a team member, be enthusiastic and show initiative. Proactive behaviour is celebrated, and excellent communication is required at both written and oral levels.
I have had a high level of interest in this role already so please get in contact with Jessie ASAP on or 020 7269 6344.
ProTax is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced safeguarding professional to make a real contribution to the Cathedral’s commitment in the further development and improvement in our safeguarding practices. You will be at the forefront in inspiring and embedding a culture of understanding, engagement and active participation of safeguarding throughout the Cathedral and the instilling of behaviours of informed vigilance within our environment.
You will possess experience of working in the field of either children’s or adult safeguarding, which is complemented by your current relevant professional qualification (or equivalent) within a relevant discipline, such as social work.
You will have experience of dealing with complex safeguarding situations; managing safeguarding cases and of working collaboratively with relevant statutory agencies and authorities relating to safeguarding.
You will be able to demonstrate a good understanding of issues relating to, or experience of working with, survivors of abuse and the perpetrators of abuse.
Experience of developing and implementing procedures and policies; and of planning, facilitating and auditing training is also required for this key role.
If you aspire to be a key player in the future of ‘Britain’s Favourite Cathedral’ (2017), part of the Durham UNESCO World Heritage Site, then we would love to hear from you.
Closing date for receipt of completed application form: Monday 23 September 2019
Durham Cathedral is looking for an exceptional individual to join its Development Team to enthuse and engage people in support of one of the country’s best-loved buildings. With a natural flair for building relationships, and a genuine enthusiasm for all that the Cathedral contributes to our region and beyond, you will lead the development and promotion of a range of opportunities for individuals and businesses to get involved and show their support.
You will work with colleagues from across the Cathedral and with current and prospective supporters to raise funds for its current endowment campaign – Foundation 2020 – as well as to grow unrestricted income, to ensure that the Cathedral continues to connect people with their faith, their history and their community.
With line management responsibility for a Development Assistant, this is a fantastic opportunity for a talented fundraiser who is looking for an opportunity to further develop their skills and creativity within a busy and highly committed team.
Closing date for receipt of completed application form: 10:00am on Tuesday 8th October 2019
This fantastic community arts charity are looking for a communications professional to join them on a part-time basis for 2 and a half months. Within this role you can look forward to playing a vital role in the promotion of the charity via a variety of communications channels. You will be looking after the charity's digital channels, including their website and social media channels, and utilise media opportunities to promote the charity's work via the press. You will be working across the organisation to lead on communications to showcase their key projects, and manage their events schedule. Further to this you will also recommend and implement an engagement strategy to reach out to their key partners and stakeholders effectively.
The ideal candidate will:
- Be an experienced communications professional
- Have an up to date knowledge of digital communications (web, email and social media)
- Have experience in media relations
- Have a strong writing ability
- Must be immediately available
Civitas Recruitment are proud to be working with a fantastic charity which creates amazing theatre production with and for the homeless community. This is a truly great opportunity for an experienced Trust and Foundations/Individual Giving fundraiser to join their team to ensure income is generated to continue with the existing suite of programmes as well as build capacity for future growth.
Who we are looking for?
Ideally you will have previous experience of raising funds through Trust and Foundations or Individual Giving. You will naturally be a well organised individual who can develop a pipeline of work and have excellent written communication skills. You will also have a passion for the non-profit sector and be collaborative in your work style as you will be working in a small team. Finally, you will be a natural networker who is accustomed to working with a level of autonomy to agreed targets and objectives. Please apply in full confidence with Civitas Recruitment for an informal discussion and JD.
Project Co-ordinator (Maternity Cover)
Society of London Theatre (SOLT) and the UK Theatre Association (UK Theatre) are organisations that work with and on behalf of our Members to champion theatre, promote the performing arts and strengthen the theatre community.
We are now seeking a Project Co-ordinator to join us for a 12 month fixed term contract.
- Salary of £32,000 per annum
- Work in an iconic area of London
- Join a team who share your passion for the performing arts
This is the ideal role in which to increase your depth of experience and drive your project focused career forwards. You will even be able to incorporate your interest in theatre and the performing arts into your role, making for a highly rewarding position.
You’ll discover a happy, hard-working environment where employees are treated with respect, celebrated for their efforts, supported and encouraged. So, if this sounds like the place you’d like to develop and progress your career, apply now!
As a Project Co-ordinator, you will be tasked with planning, organising and co-ordinating a range of projects that will support our organisational business plan.
Projects will be varied and will range from the development of the theatre and performing arts workforce to supporting the health of touring performers and regional production and presentation models.
Specifically, your role will involve:
- Scoping, planning and developing projects
- Working alongside the Head of Theatre to keep projects running smoothly and effectively
- Delivering against organisational objectives, using strategic thinking and project management techniques
- Working with colleagues and external parties to co-ordinate the delivery of projects
- Writing and producing project materials including strategy documents and funding applications
- Completing all project admin tasks, including preparing materials for meetings and developing work plans
- Maintaining communication between team members and updating them with project information
To be considered as a Project Co-ordinator, you will need:
- Some experience of co-ordinating complex projects (potentially within a project admin or assistant role)
- An understanding and commitment to equality and diversity
- An interest in theatre and a broad understanding of the arts in the UK
Some experience in the fields of theatre and the performing arts would be beneficial to your application. A degree level qualification or equivalent would also be advantageous.
Other organisations may call this role Junior Project Manager, Project Administrator, Project Assistant, Project Team Co-ordinator, Team Co-ordinator, Project Coordinator, Theatre Project Co-ordinator, or Performing Arts Project Co-ordinator.
The closing date for this role is the 23rd September 2019.
Please note, only applicants who are shortlisted for interview will be contacted.
Webrecruit and Society of London Theatre are equal opportunities employers, value diversity and are strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and all applicants for employment. Equal opportunities are the only acceptable way to conduct business and we believe that the more inclusive our environments are, the better our work will be.
So, if you are ready for your next challenge as a Project Co-ordinator, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.
Nordoff Robbins is currently recruiting for an experienced administrator who is a good team player, organised, flexible, high attention to detail and with excellent communication skills
Based in Scotland, the post holder will play an important role in both the charity’s Fundraising and Events and Music Services operations by delivering effective administrative support across these two directorates, as well as providing a level of general office support.
A basic DBS disclosure will be requested for the successful applicant.
Would you like to be part of increasing the RSA global community of proactive problem solvers? Working for an organization that believes; Everyone is able to participate in a better future.
An exciting opportunity has arisen in the RSA Fellowship Service team to ensure the smooth running of the administration & finance functions of the department. As well as managing the team, you will lead on distinct projects which are part of delivering the Fellowship and retention strategy, including the operational and logistical management, the development and implementation of improvements to administrative processes, and collaborating with other departments and external agencies as required.
You will play a key role in shaping the success of the Fellows experience with your outstanding customer care and administrative abilities. You will have proven management experience, and exceptional administrative and organisational abilities to ensure the smooth administrative day to day running of the team. Understand CRM systems and skills in understanding user experience to improve and implement processes. Be calm and confident with meticulous attention to detail, and a highly organised approach to work, together with excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to use your initiative.
To find out more about this role, please visit our website.
The RSA combines thought leadership with civic innovation to further human progress. Building on our 260 year history as a beacon for enlightenment values, the RSA is currently at an exciting period in its history. We provide platforms for leading experts through the UK’s most ambitious free public lecture series, our projects generate new models for tackling the social challenges of today and we are building on our network of nearly 30,000 Fellows around the world – these are achievers and influencers from every field with a real commitment to progressive and social change.
We offer great benefits, including 29 days holiday (plus bank holidays), additional wellbeing allowance, free fellowship throughout employment and lots more!
In order to apply, please click ‘apply for this job’ on our recruitment page and submit your CV. You will also be required to answer a series of questions. You do not need to submit a cover letter.
Please submit your application through the RSA website. We cannot accept applications via email. All applications will receive an automated response.
The closing date for receipt of applications is at 9am 23 September 2019. First interviews are expected to take place on 30 September 2019 and second interviews will be on 7 October 2019.
Please note that we cannot accept late, incomplete applications, and we can only consider candidates who apply through the online application process.
The Wiener Library is the world’s oldest Holocaust archive and the home of Britain’s largest collection of published and unpublished works, documents and photographs relating to the Nazi era.
In recent years, the Library has significantly expanded its audiences and activities and is embarking on a five-year Strategic Plan to continue its development. The Library staff works hard to sustain its activities and growth by widening our supporter base and by developing and maintaining strong relationships with existing supporters. We are seeking to introduce a culture that is more actively supportive of fundraising across the organisation. This crucial role would involve driving efforts to enable the fulfilment of the Library’s mission by means of growing income from charitable giving and other sources.
We are looking for a confident and experienced professional with a combination of excellent administrative capabilities, people skills and attention to detail. The candidate must be well organised, with a high degree of initiative. As we are a small organisation, we are looking for someone who is a good team player and willing to be involved in other projects as necessary.
Main Duties and Responsibilities
- Gather data from all parts of the Library to help shape the fundraising strategy;
- Liaise with the Administrator and other staff as appropriate to ensure accuracy of data in CRM and use it to support fundraising activities as appropriate;
- Devise and implement a strategy for growing regular giving through the Friends of the Wiener Library scheme;
- Liaise with staff to ensure that the Library’s website functions as an integral element of fundraising and development activities;
- Liaise with Senior Management Team and wider staff to learn about potential fundraising leads arising from our regular activities;
- Work with Finance Officer to ensure accurate recording of all financial information;
- Work with the Director to actively research new potential income streams and funding opportunities outside the organisation;
- With the support of the Senior Management Team, lead on the practical organisation and delivery of fundraising events.
Marketing & Communications
- Work with the Senior Management Team to coordinate content development and distribution of the Library’s Annual Review;
- Liaise with staff and Board as necessary to devise effective communications about the Library and its development activities and campaigns;
- Target appropriate communications at key constituencies through appropriate media in line with the Library’s Strategic Plan;
- Develop communications to grow legacy giving working with the Social Media and Marketing Officer;
- Ensure that communications coming from the Library through social media, e.g. Twitter, Facebook, are consistent with our development strategy;
- Any ad hoc tasks as required.
- Review the existing CRM database and work closely with the Administrator, Finance Officer and Social Media and Marketing Officer to ensure it is up-to-date;
- Periodically review the CRM system to ensure it is good value for money and is being effectively utilised by staff;
- Oversee and carry out data input and management;
- Any ad hoc tasks as required.
Grant writing and reporting
- Actively support the Director and Senior Management Team with the drafting of grant applications;
- Work closely with the Director to monitor deadlines and manage key donor relationships and to provide timely and accurate reporting for funders;
- Provide assistance with grant applications and reporting as necessary to all staff.
The Library is a small team and all staff must be willing to work flexibly and recognise the need for occasionally working beyond their job descriptions and to support out-of-hours activities on occasion.
- Strong communication and interpersonal skills (written and oral);
- Excellent attention to detail;
- Proven ability to write clear, concise and persuasive copy;
- A demonstrable interest in libraries, archives, heritage and/or museums;
- Polite and friendly manner enjoying dealing with people of all ages and backgrounds;
- Responsible attitude and a high degree of initiative, able to deal with changing priorities and demands;
- High standard of personal presentation;
- Ability to organise work effectively and prioritise tasks;
- Demonstrable experience of raising funds and reporting to donors;
- Team player as well as self-motivated.
- Educated to degree level in a relevant subject, e.g. modern history;
- Good subject knowledge of the Holocaust and modern history;
- Experience of event management, especially for fundraising;
- Experience of learning and training others in new skills;
- Good general IT skills.
Relevant language skills, and particularly German, especially welcome.
You may be asked to carry out other duties as may arise from time to time including evening work. You will be required to act in accordance with the provisions of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 to take reasonable care for the health and safety of any person who may be affected by your acts or omissions at work.
Please note that The Wiener Library will be unable to sponsor candidates for a visa for this role. Therefore, successful applicants must be able to demonstrate their right to work in the UK for the duration of their employment.
Interviews for this role are scheduled for Thursday 10 October or Friday 11 October.