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
This is a key position, within a dynamic and inspiring supporter-focused Fundraising Team. The role would suit a highly driven and experienced fundraiser who is looking to further develop their account management and proactive fundraising skills.
The post holder will be responsible for both acquiring and maintaining community relationships with supporters, including community groups, companies and individuals. They will have the ability to identify and seize opportunities and provide impeccable stewardship to increase lifetime value.
About the Team
The fundraising team at Hospices of Hope is a public-facing team raising over £1m every year, working with hundreds of supporters who raise money in aid of the Charity through a varied range of activities.
You will have experience of working in a supporter-facing fundraising environment and a track record of providing impeccable account management and successfully securing new partnerships.
Specifically, you will have:
• A proven ability in relationship management to third-party fundraisers
• A passion for working towards ambitious fundraising targets
• The ability to identify and seize opportunities
• Excellent communication skills
• The ability to take ownership of your workload and be a self-starter
• Experience working with the general public in a customer-facing role
• The ability to work effectively with our CRM (HQN), analysing information and reporting on KPI's
• Sound knowledge of the Charities Act and Institute of Fundraising guidelines, ensuring all fundraising activities are fully compliant
About the Charity
Hospices of Hope, has led the way in developing hospice care for terminally ill children and adults in Romania and surrounding countries over the past 25 years. Our services have already reached more than 40,000 of the most disadvantaged people in Europe and despite some progress in the reform of the healthcare systems, many patients continue to be left without proper care at the end of life.Hospices of Hope seeks to ensure that all our patients are given the best possible pain relief and holistic support for each day that they have left. In addition, we have provided more than 20,000 training sessions in hospice care for thousands of healthcare professionals from more than 19 countries in the region’. A better future for seriously ill children and adults starts with you.
Please refer to the full job description below for more information.
How to Apply
To apply, please send a detailed covering letter (no more than one page) and CV to Anna Perolls, Fundraising & Resources Director. The covering letter should clearly outline the following:
- How you are suitable for the role using the person specification and responsibilities highlighted in the job description
- Your motivation to work for the charity
- Your salary expectation and notice period
Applications that do not follow this guidance will not be progressed.
Please submit your CV and covering letter at your earliest convenience if you are suitable for the position.
Due to the large number of applications we receive, we are only able to inform shortlisted candidates of the outcome of their application. If you do not hear from us within two weeks of the closing date, please assume that you have been unsuccessful on this occasion. If your application is not successful, we hope that you will not be discouraged and will still apply for other suitable vacancies.
Closing date: 30th September**
*This vacancy may close earlier if we receive enough applications. Therefore we encourage all applicants to apply immediately
Place of Work: The Green House (Bethnal Green, London)
Hours: Full Time (35 hours per week; 0.8 and flexible working hours will be considered)
Salary: £23,350 – £24,994
Children Change Colombia is the UK's largest charity working exclusively in Colombia. We work with children whose rights to a safe, happy childhood, and a fulfilling future, are threatened by poverty, inequality and violence. We believe that, with a knowledge of their rights and the confidence to assert them, children can transform their own lives, their communities and Colombia itself.
As Fundraising and Communications Officer you will help to maintain our relationships with our supporter community, in the UK and beyond, and help to engage new supporters, both online and face-to-face. You will be responsible for designing and implementing direct marketing campaigns with new and existing supporters. You will also plan and manage two to three fundraising events per year. The role also involves some general administration associated with fundraising and management of our small London office.
You will be the first contact point for enquiries and will be responsible for managing the administration behind our fundraising and our finances, including managing our database of contacts. You will also provide support with updating our website, and coordinating production of our newsletter and appeals. You will have the energy and passion to manage this wide-ranging role and be a crucial part of our small team.
Skills and Experience:
- Some direct marketing/Individuals Fundraising experience
- 1-2 years’ experience in any fundraising/communications role or a role with transferable experience
- Fluent English (written and spoken)
- Intermediate level Spanish (written and spoken)
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Outgoing personality, with the passion to inspire!
- Strong numeracy skills
- An interest in International Development and / or Latin America.
- Ability to plan, prioritise and manage a varied workload in a pressured environment
- Excellent knowledge and experience of MS Word and Excel
- Experience using social media & scheduling platforms including Instagram, Twitter and Facebook
- Commitment to Equal Opportunities and the aims of Children Change Colombia
- Enthusiasm and ability to work effectively in a team and independently.
- Community, Events or Corporate Fundraising experience
- Experience with Customer Relationship Management systems (databases)
- Knowledge of Colombia
Fundraising and Communications
- Individuals Fundraising/Direct marketing: plan, implement and provide analysis of Facebook Fundraiser and regular giving campaigns with new and existing Individual donors
- Events Fundraising: plan and implement 2-3 fundraising events a year, including CCC’s well-established Programmes Information Evening (‘Project Talk’) and sponsored walk (‘Thames Walk’)
- Community Fundraising: maximise engagement of current and potential Community supporters including individuals, community events, schools, churches, universities and staff of corporate partners
- Manage the Communications Plan under the supervision of the ED, and in collaboration with the Project Development Officer
- Maintain, and upload content to, CCC’s website
- Produce written content for e-shots, website and social media
- Coordinate production and mailing of newsletters and Christmas Appeal
- Act as the first contact point for all donor enquiries
- Manage donor details on the database
- Ensure donations are thanked in accordance with CCC’s thank you policy
- Monitor messaging to our social media platforms, and orchestrate response if necessary
- Recruit and manage FR intern and volunteers when necessary
- Batch and bank donations received in the office
- Answering the phone and meeting needs of enquirers
- Ensure effective maintenance of office equipment: computers, printers, scanner etc.
- Process all staff, trustees and volunteer DBS checks
- Other administrative, financial, communications or fundraising tasks as required by the ED within the current level of responsibility of the post.
Please note that successful candidates will be expected to accept and commit to Children Change Colombia’s Child Protection Policy.
To apply please send your CV (2 pages max) and a short cover letter (1 page max) detailing why you want to work for us, the skills and experience you possess that are relevant to this post, and how you meet the person specification.
The deadline for applications to reach us is Monday 7 October at 9am.
To minimise administrative costs only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
Children Change Colombia is committed to equality of opportunity and to non-discrimination for all applicants and employees, and we seek to ensure we achieve diversity in our workforce regardless of gender, race, religious beliefs, nationality, ethnic/national origin, sexual orientation, age, marital status or disability.
Interviews will take place on Thursday 10th October
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
The Cherie Blair Foundation for Women (CBFW) is offering the chance for an energetic, dedicated individual to join our forward thinking and dynamic team. CBFW helps release the potential of women entrepreneurs, so they can redefine the future. We deliver training, facilitate mentoring and share knowledge, inspired by the women involved in our work around the world – and by our partners, donors and collaborators.
An exciting opportunity has opened up to lead the development and delivery of a new multi-channel communications strategy and work-plan for the Foundation, in order that we can achieve our organisational strategic and annual priorities.
You will work proactively with colleagues in the Programmes and Partnerships (fundraising) departments to build and deliver targeted, results orientated and quality communications, including for a new fundraising campaign launching in early 2020.
Your key responsibilities will be to:
- Work closely with the Director of External Affairs (and CEO on an interim basis) in the development of an overall communications strategy and annual communications plans, including: content creation, reports, blogs, digital and social media, website updates, media/press and fundraising/donor comms.
- Manage the evolution and delivery of the Foundation’s identity and brand: working closely with the Director of External Affairs Affairs to support the management of a new messaging framework and visual identity, supporting staff to uphold guidelines to protect the Foundation’s brand.
- To oversee the development and delivery of communications in relation to the Foundation’s new major fundraising appeal, which will launch in early 2020.
- Responsible for writing, editing and production (in-house or with external design support) of a range of communications materials, for example: annual reports, research reports, campaign materials, donor communications, leaflets, newsletters, blogs and other campaign collateral.
- Managing the Foundation’s social media channels, developing and sharing engaging content about our global programmes and sharing the stories of women entrepreneurs as case studies.
- Managing the organisation’s website, updating and uploading new content. Working with an external developer for maintenance and exploring potential website rebuild in 2020.
Please note, the CBFW is committed to creating a diverse team and encourages applicants from a range of backgrounds to apply for this role. We consider applications without regard to race, age, sexuality, belief or disability.
For more information, please download the attached job description.
The closing date for this role is close of business on 27th September and we will interview in our London office on 7th October 2019. Expenses for travel will not be covered. If you have not heard from us by the end of 1st October, please assume you have been unsuccessful
When applying, please email your CV and a covering letter, indicating your available start date.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Reports to: Head of Communications
Location: Vauxhall, London
Salary: £28,000 - £32,000 per annum dependent on experience + benefits
Contract: Full Time, Permanent
Hours: 35 hours per week, Monday to Friday
About Malaria No More UK
Malaria has been described as the oldest killer disease in history; even now, despite recent progress, it claims the life of a child every two minutes. Malaria No More UK is part of a global movement that is determined to make this the generation that beats this killer. To realise this vision, we need to mobilise governments, influencers, businesses and the public, inspiring them to commit funds, energy and resources to ending deaths from malaria and wiping out the disease for good. We are a small but very hard-working team with ambitions and objectives that reach way beyond the expected, and every member of our team contributes to winning the fight to ending malaria, saving millions of lives and eradicating the poverty that this disease causes to so many. Together, we can end it for good.
A great opportunity to kick-start your career in communications while contributing to an ambitious, passionate organisation with a bold mission. Under the supervision of the Head of Communications you will be working with our small communications team, undertaking a varied range of tasks including: keeping abreast of all upcoming comms activity and tasks, maintaining and monitoring Malaria No More UK’s social media channels; editing website content; content creation for media, influential supporters, website, email communications ; image editing; and providing general communications and administrative support where needed. This is a fantastic opportunity to gain experience across a range of communications functions: PR, media relations, digital, content creation and talent management.
We are a busy team and this role will be key in keeping us organised and on track.
- General team support:
- Be the first point of call for day-to-day requests for the communications team, supporting the team with external and internal requests.
- Support external and internal meetings and workshops. This could include attending meetings, taking minutes, creating presentations, event management and ad hoc requests.
- Team activity support:
- Lead on the monitoring and evaluation process, supported by the digital and PR & Communications interns.
- Work with the digital, content and PR/media leads to update and act as the guardian of the communications content and activity plan.
- Support the project management of different external stakeholder groups.
- Communications materials: helping produce compelling, on-brand content for external and internal audiences. This could include press releases, presentations, pitch decks, briefing documents and digital content.
- PR & media relations support: Helping to maintain media lists, pitching stories to media, ongoing evaluation of our media coverage.
- Digital support: supporting with website and social media updates, including writing, scheduling and monitoring posts across channels; creating media for posts; responding to comments and interactions.
- Content support: support the Creative Content Lead with the creation and editing or images and video content.
- Talent support: Supporting the Senior Manager, Communications and Talent Relations with research and creating pitch decks and key updates to talent
- General copywriting tasks for digital, media and talent
- Supporting the communications team with ad-hoc tasks
- To undertake any other reasonable additional duties as required by MNMUK.
Qualifications, skills and experience
- Experience of working in a busy in-house communications team or an agency.
- Understanding a large mix of online and offline communications channels.
- Strong communication & interpersonal skills; being able to articulate yourself clearly face-to-face as well as online.
- You’ll have a keen eye for detail & should feel comfortable editing copy: from emails & case-studies, to digital copy and press releases.
- You’ll enjoy thinking creatively about how to improve communications and have a passion for different tactics that we use – social media, working with talent and media relations.
- Comfortable with MS Office in all forms.
- Experience managing email marketing campaigns
- Have basic skills in Adobe applications including Photoshop (or other image editing software) and Adobe Premiere.
- Interview/journalism skills to help us gather and produce compelling case studies
- We’re a fun but hard-working team so it would help if you’re as conscientious as you are light-hearted
- Able to hit the ground running & work independently while working to brief
- Well organised and reliable with a willingness to “muck in”
- Capacity to deal with sometimes unstructured and unpredictable environments
- Enthusiastic about our mission and your future in communications
This job description and person specification is a statement of requirements at the time of writing and is not contractual or exhaustive. It should not be seen as precluding future changes after appointment to this role and it may be amended over time in consultation with the Director of Communications
Staff benefits include:
- 10% employer pension contributions
- 28 days’ annual leave plus 8 bank holiday days
- Interest-free staff season ticket loan
- Continuing personal development opportunities
- Interest free bicycle loan scheme
- Professional training & qualification subsidy
Please apply by sending your CV and a covering letter of no more than 1 A4 page detailing how you meet the criteria and why you would like to work for us by the closing date of 5pm on 18th September 2019
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
ABOUT THE ROLE
This is an exciting and critical time of growth and organisational development for Oxford Research Group. As we have recently developed our new 3-year strategy into action, we are looking to put it into action and scale-up our organisation to ensure we can deliver on our planned impact.
We are looking for an inspirational Chief Executive to build on our current successes, drive our strategy and accelerate progress towards our vision.
The role requires a focus to income generation to support the strategy and credibility to be a compelling spokesperson and advocate for the organisation to build its reputation.
You will be an experienced people leader with the strategic vision and drive to ensure a forward looking and ambitious agenda, bringing significant experience of leading a team and an ability to deliver organisational change.
You will be entrepreneurial, authentic, adaptable and action orientated. You will have excellent communication and ambassadorial skills as well as the ability to build strong relationships across a complex range of stakeholders. Most importantly, you will demonstrate a passion for the cause, personal integrity, a commitment to diversity and positive leadership.
We are influential in developing new approaches to sustaining peace and security. We use our research and peacebuilding projects to connect, educate and inspire others to work together to break the cycle of violence.
Our work is more important than ever with 33 countries currently experiencing armed conflict, 70.8 million people being forcibly displaced globally and almost half of all post-civil war countries relapsing into conflict within 5 years.
We work with those affected by conflict and engage with policymakers around the world because we believe that together we can make a change.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
ActionAid UK is recruiting for a Fundraiser Engagement and Monitoring Officer to reinvigorate our direct dialogue programme, through training, inspiring and engaging face to face and telemarketing fundraisers.
ActionAid is an international charity that works with women and girls living in poverty. Our dedicated local staff are ending violence against women and girls and helping change lives, for good. We won’t stop until women and girls are out of danger, out of poverty and on track to create the future they want.
Our Fundraiser Engagement and Monitoring Officer will also take responsibility for carrying out regular compliance monitoring of telemarketing and face to face agencies.
We will look to you to develop and deliver engaging training and inspire sessions to external agency fundraisers. To ensure the wider Acquisition teams meets our training and engagement targets, you will be tasked with implementing a fundraiser engagement calendar to motivate agency fundraisers throughout the year.
In order to succeed within this role, it is essential that you have proven experience of confidently delivering training and or workshops to large groups and therefore that you have good presentation skills and feel comfortable commanding a room of fundraisers.
As you will be regularly liaising with external agencies and fundraisers, it is essential that you have the ability to quickly build trust and an excellent working rapport with external stakeholders and that you are able to engage and motivate varied audiences.
We are keen to receive applications from those with strong organisational and project management skills, as you will need to be process driven with the ability to work collaboratively and to stick to agreed deadlines.
As our Fundraiser Engagement and Monitoring Officer, you will be expected to work with your colleagues to support our ‘Every Support Matters’ ethos; ensuring that individual supporters’ needs are fully considered at every point of contact.
We are particularly keen to receive applications from those with experience of working within an Individual Giving or similar context and from those with a good understanding of international development and or humanitarian relief work.
It is important that you have a strong knowledge of the Fundraising Code of Practice, data protection requirements and other relevant legislation.
If you have this skillset along with a passion to work within an organisation committed to improving the lives of women and girls, please apply.
Interviews will be held on the 1st of October 2019.
ActionAid is passionate about supporting flexible working. If you would like to discuss flexible working options, including the possibility of a job share for this role, there will be space to do so during the interview process.
ActionAid is committed to driving improvement through digital channels, tools and ways of working. We will ensure that we provide the technology and the training to enable all staff to perform their roles to the best of their abilities. In return, we ask that all staff are committed to continually improving their digital skills and knowledge within the working environment. Our recruitment processes will evaluate the digital skills of all applicants.
For almost 40 years, across nearly 50 countries, Action Against Hunger has led the global fight against hunger. We save the lives of children and their families. We are there for them before and after disaster strikes. We enable people to provide for themselves, see their children grow up strong, and build prosperous communities. In 2017, Action Against Hunger reached over 20 million people.
We are looking for a personable multi-tasker to join our Community Fundraising team to support the delivery and growth of Action Against Hunger’s challenge events & public fundraising activities. The role holder will assist the team with their administrative and supporter care duties in order to help them achieve agreed annual income targets and provide a high standard of care to Action Against Hunger’s supporters.
The role holder will assist with a broad range of tasks relating to student fundraising activities, Community fundraising initiatives such as schools fundraising and our upcoming run, cycle and trek challenges such as the London Marathon and Tough Mudder. These include budget monitoring, creation of fundraising support materials, database work and regular correspondence with fundraisers and donors, with opportunities to assist with on-the-day event delivery.
This is a great opportunity for someone looking to gain knowledge and experience of challenge events and community fundraising. The role would suit an organised, proactive person who has an eye for detail and enjoys a varied workload within a busy team. For more detailed information on the role, please download the attached pdf Job Description.
The post will be based in Action Against Hunger-UK’s London office. Only candidates with the right to work in the UK may apply.
Closing date for applications: 5pm, 20th September 2019. Interview Date: w/c 23rd September 2019.
Apply online by clicking the Apply Now button below; do not forget to attach your CV and a cover letter (maximum two pages), telling us why you are applying for the role, and demonstrating how you meet the essential criteria in the person specification.
Unfortunately, due to the number of applications we receive we are only able to contact shortlisted candidates.
Thank you for your understanding.
As an independent Non-Governmental Organisation, Transaid has been implementing programmes for over 20 years with the support of the UK & European transport and logistics industry. Our programmes provide innovative solutions to some of the key challenges facing transport and development today. We aim to increase the quality of life for communities living in poverty by building local skills and knowledge to make transport safer and more effective, ensuring better access to the essentials for everyday life such as healthcare.
The WHO (2018) currently estimates that globally, there are 1.3 million deaths on roads each year. In countries where minimum standards are often inadequate, Transaid works to build the capacity of Heavy Goods Vehicle and Passenger Service Vehicle driver training, while developing and advocating for improved minimum national training standards. In doing so, we believe that our work has an impact on reducing the number of road traffic fatalities attributed to driver error, as well as improving skills to better respond to meeting the needs of the transport sector in a given country. Transaid currently has road safety programmes in Tanzania, Uganda, and Zambia.
To find out more about Transaid visit our website.
Responsibilities for this role:
- You will grow your project management skills and be able to manage road safety programmes across multiple countries
- You will design and implement projects in collaboration with local partners
- You will provide technical assistance to programmes
- You will coordinate, oversee and manage training delivery
- You will lead robust monitoring and evaluation activities including Key Performance Indicator analysis
- You will help develop project proposals and write reports
- You will support the sharing of programmes information and experience internally and externally
- You will represent Transaid externally at a senior level at conferences and workshops
- You will be a part of relevant research projects and produce programme related literature
SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES
- A strong knowledge of transport and logistics related programmes/activities
- An ability to support multiple projects
- A willingness and ability to travel and work overseas managing international development programmes (up to 6 weeks and sometimes at short notice)
- Previous experience of monitoring and evaluation activities
- The confidence to produce high quality reports and to develop and manage budgets
- Possess energy, drive, resilience and be adaptable
- Have strong organisational skills, attention to detail and the ability to multi-task
- Experience of being directly and remotely managed
- Excellent written and oral communication
- Working effectively with people at all levels and within a team
- A high level of computer literacy
- Some project management experience
- Capable of developing training curricula and manuals
- A university degree (undergraduate and/or postgraduate) in a relevant field
- Public or private sector road safety management experience
- Conducting theoretical and practical driver training (particularly HGV and/or PSV)
Please include a letter of application and CV (no longer than 3 sides in total). Applications without cover letters will not be considered.
Please mark the subject heading ‘Application for Project Manager Role at Transaid’
The closing date for applications is Monday 7th October 2019
Interviews are likely to take place Thursday 17th and Friday 18th October 2019
Expected start date:
The ideal expected start date is January/February 2020 (negotiable).
Note – applicants must have the right to live and work in the UK
No agencies please
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Talent Acquisition Adviser Interim
£250 - £400 Daily Rate
Are you looking to work for a well-known establishment that advocates global change?
Are you looking for a 360-recruitment opportunity?
Are you looking for 3-month contract?
What is great about this firm?
- This organisation is focused on making globalisation viable by helping countries and their governments
- This organisation tries to tackle the challenges the current society is facing today
- The work this organisation has done has benefited a vast number of people
What is great about this Talent Acquisition Adviser role?
- Get to be part of an organisation that has a presence in four continents
- Get to use your expertise of recruitment to find the best talent for the organisation
- Exercise new and emerging recruitment trends within a setting where they will be welcomed
In and this Talent Acquisition Adviser role, you will:
- Define and develop and implement and ideal hiring strategy and commission the end-to-end process
- Develop tactical sourcing strategies with the aim of candidate generation
- Build and maintain relationships with manager and hiring manager
- Anticipate recruitment needs, ensuring that the recruitment activity follows legislation and best practice
As a Talent Acquisition Adviser, you should:
- Have experience in Government, civil service, think tank, Not for Profit / Public Sector and Policy recruitment experience
- Have in house or agency recruitment experience
- Have strong negotiating and influencing skills
- Be a strong work team player
This organisation is looking for a Talent Acquisition Adviser who is ready to hit the ground running within a friendly firm. They must display qualities of a team member, be enthusiastic and show initiative. Proactive behaviour is celebrated, and good communication is required at both written and oral levels.
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I have had a high level of interest in this role already so please get in contact ASAP on or 020 7269 6344.
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Medecins Sans Frontieres/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) are an independent and impartial international humanitarian aid charity that exists to save lives by providing medical aid where it is needed most – in armed conflicts, epidemics, famines and natural disasters. All these situations call for a rapid response with specialised medical and logistical help. They also run longer-term projects, tackling health crises and supporting people where the need is greatest and currently have projects running in over 60 countries.
They need great communicators to come on board and help them to raise the vital funds they need to continue this amazing work by getting out and engaging with members of the public about the causes they support.
MSF (Doctor's without Borders) are hiring this Spring and Summer. Come and join the venue fundraising team and work in great locations and events whilst raising money for medical staff to save lives around the globe.
The Role: As a private site fundraiser you'll be working indoors in venues such as shopping centres and railway stations. You will also get to work at some amazing music festivals during the summer incluing BST in Hyde Park. You'll be approaching members of the public and engaging them in fascinating conversations about the vital work that MSF do around the globe. Ultimately, you'll be inspiring people to become regular sponsors of the charity in order to enable MSF to continue to do their fantastic work.
- Full training provided - no previous experience necessary!
- Opportunities for progession - grow your career with MSF!
- Work in a fun, vibrant and sociable team - join the MSF softball team and attend regular socials. Make lifelong friends!
- Gain charity sector experience working as part of one of the most innovative, in-house fundraising teams.
Successful applicants will be bubbly, vibrant, confident, great story-tellers and creative, as well as highly motivated and determined.
Previous experience in fundraising is not neccessary for this role!
Instead, we're looking for people who have confident communication skills and a genuine passion for working as a fundraiser for MSF.
Whether you're looking to do something truely rewarding and fun to do, looking to gain charity sector experience or you're looking for a career change, this could be a fantastic role for you! We're open to hearing from graduates and gap year students, and people who are looking for a fresh new career in the charity sector!
"I started my career as a Face to Face fundraiser, I took to it quickly even though I had no experience. I quickly became a Team Leader where I was given a team to coach and support. My pay increased and my interest in a career in fundraising grew. My network of contacts quickly grew and I heard of a marketing and communications role at Oxfam. I applied and got the job. I oversaw a large budget and managed a number of national fundraising campaigns including TV appeal for the charity. If I didn't jump at the chance to fundraise, I wouldn't be where I am now. The fundraising network is tightly linked, progression is inevitable. If you genuinely want to make a difference to vulnerable people then become a Fundraiser You don't know where it will take it but it will push you further towards your goal."
Interviews taking place in September with a quick start.
Get in touch so we can chat about the opportunity.
Jenny Flow Caritas Charity Recruitment
CBM UK is looking to recruit a new Programme Manager to join the programme team at this exciting time. The purpose of the role is ensuring alignment and close working with the CBM Country offices and partner organisations to ensure quality planning and delivery of programmes for CBMUK.
Key criteria for success Within 12 months, the Programme Manager will:
- Be working to clear and agreed strategic objectives and plans
- Have contributed to the implementation of the Programme Strategy
- Be managing a portfolio of countries and programmes and have built up strong relationships with the staff and partners associated with them
- Have developed plans for at least 2 new projects and have submitted at least two major fundraising proposals
- Have a sound understanding of disability issues and the CBM frameworks for Disability Inclusive Development
- Have made contact with colleagues within the CBM family, the UK disability and international development networks to maximise opportunities for learning and sharing of good practice
- Be a confident user of CBM financial and project tracking systems.
1. Programme Management and Development (75%)
a. Manage a portfolio of institutional-funded programmes in line with CBM’s Programme Quality Framework, structures and systems and ensuring effective coordination of local implementing partners
b. Develop and maintain excellent working relations with CBM staff and programme stakeholders including partner organisations, consortia members, Disabled People Organisations (DPOs), and line government agencies in programme countries
c. Work with partners, CBMUK and CBM International staff to develop innovative new approaches, programmes and multi-year plans in line with CBM policies
d. Support partners and CBM staff to develop and report on monitoring, evaluation, impact and learning frameworks and integrate learning into future work
e. Contribute towards meeting best practice in programme development in CBMUK and CBM International in line with CBM standards and sector wide approaches
f. Facilitate the exchange of learning within CBMUK and CBM worldwide and with relevant external stakeholders and partners including through planning and delivery of training courses
g. Collect high quality stories of change and case studies to feed into programme and fundraising work
h. Provide support for the organisational assessment and strengthening of partners including enhanced safeguarding
i. Take part in CBM Country Strategic planning process in selected countries and contribute to development of country strategy papers where agreed
j. Carry out country and programme visits when required (up to 10 weeks a year)
k. Maintain institutional understanding of the policy and legislative environments in country that relate to the disability sector
l. Use CBM internal systems including Navision and SharePoint to manage projects m. Contribute to CBMUK’s programme strategy development and review.
2. Statutory and institutional fundraising and relationship management (20%)
a. Develop high quality and successful funding applications to institutional donors in line with CBM regional and country strategies
b. Build and maintain excellent relationship with relevant institutional donors
c. Ensure CBMUK meets all contractual requirements of institutional donors for the programmes assigned
d. Support CBM’s Country office staff to ensure high quality and timely narrative and financial reports are submitted to a range of donors in line with their requirements
e. Contribute to meeting the aims of the CBM UK fundraising strategy for institutional donors
f. Liaise with fundraising team to provide programmatic information and input when require.
3. Organisational representation (5%)
a. Represent and speak to external audiences on behalf of CBMUK including, media, policy and decision makers, national government and church groups when required
b. Participate in relevant UK and international networks
c. Build and maintain relationships with relevant NGO, research and academic institutions
d. Carry out other duties as required by the Head of Programmes and the Director of Programmes.
For full details, including how to apply, please download the recruitment pack.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Are you passionate about programmes which place young people at the heart of global change? Do you have the ideas and skills to design projects and develop winning concepts and proposals which capitalise on Raleigh’s niche? Could you develop significant funding partnerships with Trusts donors which provide income and enrich Raleigh’s programming?
This is an exciting opportunity to work with youth, partners and colleagues to design new projects and develop high quality asks across our donor audiences as a Programme Development Advisor. Working with the Head of Programmes and Partnerships, you will help generate ideas for exciting new programmes to be delivered by and for young people. And, in collaboration with your peers in the Programmes and Partnerships team, you will drive Raleigh’s fundraising from Trusts donors.
Please see the recruitment pack for full details of the role or visit our website for more information.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.