We are looking for a full time Senior Centre Coordinator who is passionate about creating a welcoming and accessible atmosphere for older people in a dedicated space. In this role you will ensure the centre runs smoothly on a day to day basis. This entails a range of responsibilities that focus on engagement and positive member experience. You will need to have the ability to both organise and prioritise own workload and work flexibly and pro-actively.
Operations Admin Assistant
Reporting to the Supporter Care Manager, you will be responsible for:
- Management of all stock including merchandise and collateral
- Coordinate and monitor merchandise sales from website, eBay and other sources
- Work with fundraising and marketing teams to support key fundraising activities
This is a full-time role based at Brain Tumour Research Head Office in Milton Keynes.
Please send your CV with a covering letter, demonstrating why you are a suitable candidate, how you could add value to our organisation and detailing your current salary. A job description is attached.
Early applications are encouraged and interviews have commenced.
For more information about Brain Tumour Research and our work, please visit our website.
No agencies please.
An international not-for-profit leadership development organization, we run programmes in over 70 cities worldwide offering participants the knowledge, skills and inspiration to cross boundaries and become more active and engaged leaders in society.
The UK CEOs Team sits very much at the heart of the organization, providing a unique insight and overview of Common Purpose UK’s key functions. The role is based in London.
We are currently looking for a dynamic and ambitious professional who shares our values to join us in the role of EA to UK CEO. A self-starter who is full of energy, drive and with a can-do attitude you will work closely with the UK CEO and Operations Director to support in the organization’s daily administration.
You will manage diary support, co-ordinate and minute meetings, arrange travel and accommodation, prepare papers for meetings, and communicate effectively with a range of internal staff and external stakeholders.
Working at Common Purpose can be incredibly rewarding; we offer the opportunity to work in a large, diverse and successful organization where people can develop their skills, knowledge and careers in a supportive and flexible environment.
Position: EA to UK CEO
Department/Office: CEO team
Responsible to:UK CEO
Salary: £21,000 - £24,000 per annum dependent on experience
Duration: Full time 5 days per week
As the EA to UK CEO you will
·provide support to the UK CEO and Operations Director, effectively and proactively managing their diaries, maintaining their schedules and appointments
·support the work of the UK Senior Management Team where needed, including scheduling, collating of papers, attendance at and note-taking at meetings
·prepare and edit correspondence, communications, sales proposals and other documents where appropriate
· maintain sales performance trackers
·provide support for CRM with customized clients and key accounts
·maintain the sale team expenditure tracker, liaising with local teams-
·manage expenses for the UK CEO and Operations Director
·research external clients prior to meetings providing detailed and accurate written or verbal briefs
·work within our flexibe resource model supporting teams where required
A day in the life
A typical day in the life of the EA to UK CEO would entail:
·Working with the UK CEO and Operations Director discussing diary changes
·Supporting on sales administration projects
· Supporting members of the Senior Management Team with a complex project they are working on
·Organizing papers for management meetings
·Organizing systems and processes to ensure the smooth running of the UK CEOs office
You will be self-motivated and a strong team player with the ability to work flexibly, have excellent attention to detail, great people skills and a high proficiency in using the full Microsoft Office suite. You will have an excellent approach to time and project management with the ability to work to challenging deadlines and competing demands. You will also be able to work cross-culturally and be able to easily engage with people from different backgrounds and perspectives.
You will essentially demonstrate:
1. Strong communication skills, with excellent written and spoken English
2. Meticulous attention to detail
3. Ability to work in a small team with self-direction
4. Excellent administration experience
5. Experience of a flexible approach to managing and prioritizing a high workload and multiple tasks in a fast paced environment with tight deadlines
6. Confident and proficient in the use of MS Office
7.Professional and friendly telephone/email manner
8. Experience of proactively solving problems
9.Experience of establishing strong working relationships with colleagues from different functions
10. An understanding of and commitment to Common Purpose’s mission, values and behaviours
Some desirable but non-essential qualifications, experiences and competences
·Diary management experience
·Experience managing/working with CRM databases
·Experience of working remotely with colleagues in different locations
Exciting new opportunity for a skilled Operational Support Coordinator to join this fantastic organisation in their London office.
Our client is a housing organisation that provides quality homes and care to many across London.
The successful Operational Support Coordinator will have to ensure the provision of effective administration, support service and other technical projects to the organisation.
The successful Operational Support Coordinator will have:
Excellent communication skills, both oral and written.
Strong attention to detail.
- Good organisational skills
On offer for the candidate is a salary of £25,000 per annum, plus additional benefits.
Job Title: Senior Impact Officer
Responsible To: Development Manager
Line Management: VRF Officer and VRF Coordinators
Contract type: Permanent
Location: St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, London
Salary: £34K - £37K
Main purpose of job: To manage the day to day running of our funding programmes (VRF and the Ideas Fund), and develop them to ensure that they respond to need as highlighted by frontline workers and people experiencing homelessness.
Main duties and responsibilities
Day to day running of the VRF
One of the main focuses for the role will be managing the day to day activity of the VRF. This will involve:
- Providing line management for the two VRF Coordinators and the VRF Officer, ensuring that all necessary tasks are allocated and that capacity for carrying out assessments is maintained to allow VRF to maintain its opening hours.
- Contributing to the strategic direction of our funding programme on the basis of strong evidence and insight into our beneficiaries
- Improving the collection of data, measurement, monitoring and evaluation of our funding so that we know about the outcomes we are achieving
- Managing the VRF budget
Day to day running of the Ideas Fund
We currently run an Ideas Fund open to frontline workers through the Frontline Network. We are keen to develop this fund and ensure that learning from the ideas which are funded are shared with the wider Network and sector. The main tasks would include:
- Liaising with and supporting frontline workers with their submission to the Ideas Fund, from the point of pre-submission through to sign off. Providing guidance on how to strengthen an idea before submission through to administering all the necessary paperwork once an idea has been agreed for funding.
- Ensuring that a framework for monitoring and evaluation is implemented and adhered to for funded ideas.
- Working with the Policy and Comms Officer to ensure that key outcomes from ideas which are funded, are communicated to the wider Network.
- Identifying external stakeholders who may be able to support or share learning on a particular issue with applicants to the Ideas Fund, to strengthen the design of the idea and its potential impact. Facilitating joined up working on key themes emerging through the Ideas Fund.
Development of funding opportunities through the Frontline Network
Part of the ethos of the Frontline Network is to ensure that we are guided by frontline workers and the needs that they identify. To ensure that we stay true to this, this role will look to:
- Develop ways for frontline workers to feed into the design of the VRF and the Ideas Fund, specifically, to provide guidance on grant categories
- Develop ways to collect feedback from grant recipients and ensure that this feedback is also used to guide how and what we fund
- Develop the criteria and implementation plan for new funding offers, including: personal budgets, home starter packs, and an improved deposit offer
- Monitor and evaluate the impact of the Charity’s funding streams
- Set up and develop a VRF Advisory Group of frontline workers
- To work with the Development Manager, Frontline Network and VRF teams to identify new opportunities for funding and coordinate initial proposals with the Fundraising Coordinator.
- To embed learning from monitoring and evaluation and support the team to understand and apply such learning in reviewing what we do and how we work
Coin Street is looking for a Commercial Coordinator
Creating an inspirational neighbourhood
Coin Street is a social enterprise based in the Southbank, SE1. From a derelict site in 1984, we have created a thriving, diverse, vibrant and welcoming ‘mixed use’ neighbourhood – a place for people to live, work and play. Income that we generate is invested in the neighbourhood. It is used to improve and maintain our assets including managing and maintaining Bernie Spain Gardens and the riverside walkway, providing a range of programmes and activities for local people.
We are looking for a Commercial Co-ordinator to play an important role within the commercial team by providing lettings and administrative support to ensure our properties are let to varied high quality commercial tenants generating income alongside providing spaces that will enhance and engage with users and visitors to the Coin Street sites and the South Bank. The role will sell, promote and deliver to commercial targets for the design studios at Oxo Tower and Gabriel’s Wharf and support the Head of Commercial in other lettings across the Coin Street estate as well as provide administrative support where required to ensure that the commercial team remain high performing.
In return we can offer you:
- 27 days’ annual leave (excluding bank holidays) pro rata for part time staff
- 9% employer pension contribution
- Season ticket loan
- Health and wellbeing package including free gym membership and a confidential employee assistance programme
- Commitment to training and development
To apply, please submit an up to date CV and the supporting questions form attached. We are unable to consider CVs if they are not accompanied by the supporting questions form.The equal opportunities form is optional. Closing date for applications is Sunday 15 September 2019.
Please visit the job page on the Coin Street Website for more information.
Coin Street Community Builders strives to be an equal opportunities organisation and all staff are expected to share this commitment.
Our values are:
- Creative: By looking for solutions rather than problems I will find better ways of doing things
- Collaborative: By respecting the views of others we will learn, grow and achieve more together
- Committed: I do what I say I am going to do and do the best job I can.
The 3 Cs are lived by all staff at CSCB. You will be expected to demonstrate your understanding of the behaviours associated with these values during the recruitment process.
Animal Welfare Charity
Charity People are thrilled to be working with a fantastic Animal Welfare Charity to search for a competent Procurement Assistant to join their team.
This well-established Charity has been operational since 1860 and has cared for over three million vulnerable animals. They provide care, campaign for policy change and educate the public on responsible pet ownership.
As Procurement Assistant you will support the Contract & Procurement Manager in the promotion of the procurement strategy, policy and function across the organisation's three locations to ensure efficient procurement practices in tendering, contract and spend management. You will be responsible for the storage and tracking of all finalised contracts and agreements, uploading documents to SharePoint and entering key data from agreements and following up on progress. You will be tasked with reviewing new or existing contractual terms from a business and procurement perspective and liaising with managers.
We are on the lookout for organised, efficient and driven professionals, with proven procurement experience and knowledge of contract creation. You will have demonstrable knowledge of sourcing process from research through tendering or benchmarking to negotiation and award.
If you would like to apply, please send your CV to . Interviews are to take place ASAP so please apply today!
This is a key role in Future First’s operations team, working closely with the Director of Operations & Finance and the wider team to ensure the smooth running of the organisation’s day to day operations. The role encompasses finance, HR and technology.
The successful candidate may not have experience in all three areas, but will be able and willing to learn systems and processes quickly. The role is busy so the successful candidate will need to be happy working at pace, with the ability to work to tight deadlines while prioritising workload.
The Operations Officer will need to have some presence in our London office, but we are very open to agreeing a flexible working pattern to best suit the right candidate.
Are you a talented administrator, executive assistant and/or office manager looking to develop your skills in a fast-paced education charity? We are looking for a motivated individual to join our Birmingham office as an Office Manager and Executive Assistant. In this role you will provide support to our School Partnerships Area Director and the wider team, as well as be responsible for the smooth day to day running of our Birmingham office. This role is offered on a 12 months fixed term contract.
Our ideal candidate will possess the following qualities:
- Previous experience managing multiple, competing demands
- Demonstrated experience in a previous role using own initiative and working with high levels of autonomy
- Ability to seek and clarify detail
- Excellent attention to detail and outstanding organisational skills
- Ability to manage sensitive information in a confidential manner
- Experience of administrative work in a previous role
- Experience of effectively communicating with internal and external stakeholders at all levels
- Excellent interpersonal, telephone and written manner
- Experience of basic data analysis and comfortable with task involving numeracy
- Computer literate, with experience of necessary IT systems (Microsoft Office package essential, Salesforce desirable)
- Reliable, well organised and comfortable juggling multiple tasks and deadlines
- Helpful attitude with ability to take initiative to lead or support on projects as required and identify opportunities to improve operations
- Ability to manage own workload
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team
- Eagerness to learn and develop
We are happy to be able to offer you:
- Agile working - a dynamic and flexible internal culture that gives employees control over the way they work and supports wellbeing
- A competitive annual leave entitlement of 25 days, plus bank holidays
- A generous employer pension contribution of 11% (10% pension plus 1% NI rebate)
- Competitive salaries rates and life assurance
- Access to an interest free season ticket and bike loans, as well as eyecare vouchers
- An Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) which provides confidential support for employees on personal or work-related matters
- A robust learning and development offer that ensures your continuous professional development
How to apply
To apply or for any questions please visit our website.
Unfortunately, due to the number of applications we receive at this stage we will not be able to contact unsuccessful applicants.
Equality and diversity matter to us. If you think you’d be suited to one of our roles we’d love to hear from you regardless of age, disability status, ethnicity, gender, religion or sexuality.
As an employer, we have a responsibility to prevent illegal working in the UK by ensuring that our employees have the right to work in the UK. Therefore, as part of the recruitment process to verify your eligibility you will be required to produce relevant documentation.
Action for M.E. is a national charity working to improve the lives of people with M.E. and end the ignorance, injustice and neglect faced by children, young people and adults living with this serious, neurological condition. M.E. affects at least 250,000 people in the UK – more than MS and Parkinson’s combined – and most face considerable challenges in accessing appropriate care and support.
Are you exceptionally organised, calm under pressure, and looking for a new challenge? Join our creative, committed team in improving the lives of children, young people and adults living with the serious, neurological condition M.E. We are seeking an experienced administrator, who can smoothly run our office operations, including health and safety and HR administration, and support day-to-day operations including diary and event management and Board secretariat. If you’re a friendly, unflappable multi-tasker with brilliant communication skills, who can plan and prioritise changing deadlines, we’d love to hear from you.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
As a Care Assistant, you will work closely with team members in maintaining a high level of professional care to all our clients.
About the Role
As a Care Assistant, you will work closely with team members in maintaining a high level of professional care to all our clients. Our clients may be elderly or have physical or learning disabilities, so you will provide compassionate, high quality care where you will be involved in a wide range of activites, such as, organising activities (such as arts/crafts) and assisting the service users with any of their personal needs.
Please see the job description for more detail (this can be viewed on our website or once you click apply)
Ideally, you will have caring experience from a similar role, however, you will be passionate about providing a high level of care and will be flexible in your approach as our clients have a wide variety of needs.
St John Ambulance works at the heart of communities, providing first aid, keeping people safe at events and working alongside the NHS in response to 999 calls.
Every year, hundreds of thousands of people learn how to save a life through our training, education and youth programmes.
Over the next decade, we have bold ambitions to help transform out-of-hospital care, having a positive impact on the people we treat and the communities we serve.
We are a team of 1,600 employees and 18,000 volunteers, united by our goal of saving lives through first aid.
You will receive;
- Competitive salary & pension scheme
- Cycle to work scheme
- Health and Wellbeing portal - Access to financial, health and wellbeing guidance and support.
- Discounts - Blue Light, NHS Discounts and SJA discounts including discounts on mobile phone, gym membership, cinema, restaurants, holidays and shopping-including your weekly food shop.
Interview Date: 2 October 2019
Application Review Date: 18 September 2019
We may review applications before the Application Review Date, however, if you apply after the Application Review Date, your application may not be considered. We will accept applications until we have successfully filled the role.