You will lead a new Health Ambassadors project, which has been funded by the South East London Cancer Alliance for a fixed period of 1 year. Supported by the Self Advocacy Coordinator and LSU Director, you will set up and coordinate the project. Responsibilities include recruiting, training and supporting a team of three paid Health Ambassadors, who will be people with a learning disability. You will support them to facilitate workshops, presentations and training to groups of people with learning disabilities and individuals focussing on cancer awareness, health and the need for annual health checks. You will also support them to deliver learning disability awareness training to GP practices and other health professionals.
We seek a person with experience of supporting people with a learning disability and either experience or strong interest in the health and social care sector, who values people with a learning disability and puts them first. The person we seek must believe in the principles of supporting people with a learning disability to have a strong voice in society and to take control of their own lives.
Interview date: Tuesday 1 October 2019
Please ensure you are available on this date - regrettably, we are unable to hold interviews on any other dates.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
London E1 (Aldgate)
£25,000 - £28,000 per annum | 35 hours per a week
6 month fixed term contract
What we do at Asthma UK really matters. The better, deeper and longer relationship we have with people with asthma and their long-term condition, the more lives we save. It’s that simple. Through this role, you’ll have a unique opportunity to make a real difference on a massive scale for the one in five households affected by asthma.
We’re looking for someone who:
- Is pro-active, personable, professional and organized
- Likes a role where every day is different
- Enjoys working across teams to achieve outcomes
If that sounds like you and you want to bring your insight, knowledge and passion into an environment where it will make a real difference, namely stopping asthma attacks and curing asthma, this is the role for you.
What the role involves:
- Supporting the COO with diary management, and taking a lead role in co-ordinating reports and data within the directorate, ensuring we meet our deadlines.
- Playing a lead role in managing first line support queries on our office environment and day-to-day health and safety compliance.
- Support with ad hoc admin support to the People and OD team.
You will need to …
- Have experience working in a busy admin role.
- Be able to organize your time effectively and work well with conflicting pressures in order to meet deadlines.
- Have excellent Microsoft office skills.
This is a great place to work
At approximately 80 people, we’re a tight team working together successfully to stop asthma attacks and cure asthma. With substantial benefits, including 30 days holiday (plus bank holidays). Our recent staff survey shows that alongside having a high-performance culture, Asthma UK is probably the friendliest place most people have worked, with great opportunities for development.
For more information and to apply, please visit the Asthma UK website or click on the Apply button now!
Closing date for applications: 8am, Monday 23 September 2019
First interviews: Monday 30th September 2019
Second interviews: Monday 7th October 2019
Please ensure you are available for interview on these dates.
Whizz-Kidz Headquarters, Victoria, London
Whizz-Kidz are looking for a bright, technically minded and supporter-focused individual with an excellent eye for detail for our new role of Senior Database Executive.
The post holder must have a working knowledge of either Raisers Edge or a similar CRM system and an advanced level of computer literacy, particularly Microsoft Excel. The senior database executive will be responsible for leading on all elements of gift importing and supporter administration, ensuring that income is processed in an accurate and timely manner. It is essential for the candidate to have strong familiarity with gift importing, meanwhile a good understanding of the technical aspects of building data imports, such as field mapping, is desirable.
We are looking for someone who has a positive and enthusiastic attitude, with an ability to communicate technical information in a way that anyone can understand and action. Excellent interpersonal skills are essential for managing relationships with the finance team and across the fundraising department. It is desirable for the candidate to have experience working in a customer services environment and enjoys working as part of a team.
The post holder will be part of a small Data, Supporter Services and Individual Giving team, managed by the CRM and Individual Fundraising Manager, although will also be part of the wider Public Fundraising team, and will be asked to support the Events and Community team with attendance at fundraising events.
For more information and to apply, please visit our website.
Closing Date: Monday 23rd September 2019
First Interview Date: From Wednesday 25th September 2019
Second Interview Date: TBC; dependent on volume of applications.
Whizz-Kidz is committed to achieving equal opportunities in employment Whizz-Kidz is the working name of The Movement for Non-Mobile Children (Whizz-Kidz). Registered charity No. 802872. Company registered in England and Wales No. 2444520. Charity registered in Scotland No. SC042607.
Work for VAL
Administration & Premises Co-ordinator
£30,000 pa pro rata to March 2020
Full time 35 hours per week (some flexibility around reduced hours is possible, by agreement)
This is a temporary but important role in a friendly team of seven staff. We are looking for someone who is versatile and flexible,with the skills, experience and confidence to assimilate into the team quickly and effectively. You will be responsible for:
- Executive assistant support to senior management
- Premises and contract management
- Office administration
A job description and person specification is available on our website
CVs will not be accepted.
Closing date 23:59 on Sunday 22 September
Communications and Health Information Coordinator
12-month fixed-term contract
Salary: c.£22,000 - £24,000 per annum
Full time – 37.5 hours per week
Closing date: 23rd September 2019
Interviews: 3rd October 2019
An exciting opportunity for a Communications and Health Information Coordinator has arisen at World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF).
WCRF champions the latest and most authoritative scientific research from around the world on cancer prevention and survival through diet, weight and physical activity, so that we can empower people to make informed lifestyle choices to reduce their cancer risk.
We are seeking a Communications and Health Information Coordinator who will be responsible for running WCRF’s social media channels as well as supporting the development of WCRF’s Communications and Health Information teams. This is a very varied role that offers a great opportunity to work across two teams and develop a range of different skills.
We are looking for someone with experience of running social media channels for an organisation, as well as having strong communication skills both written and verbal.
You will have experience of using databases and have excellent knowledge of IT packages such as Microsoft Office, including Excel. The successful candidate will also have experience of being responsible for a range of administrative duties.
If you are interested in this role and feel you possess the necessary requirements, please submit a current CV and covering letter (maximum 2 pages) by the closing date. You must have current right to work in the UK.
Please note: Your cover letter should highlight how your skills and experience will benefit WCRF UK and equip you for the role.
Due to the high volume of applications we receive, we are only able to provide feedback to shortlisted candidates. If you do not hear from us within 14 days of the closing date, please assume your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion.
At Depaul UK we currently have an exciting opportunity for a Programmes Manager to come and join our team in the North East Region. You will join us on a part time basis and in return you will receive a competitive salary of £27,233.65 pa pro rata + pension & other benefits.
Depaul UK delivers a wide range of support and housing services for young people and adults at risk of homelessness. We specialise in the provision of services that: prevent homelessness, increase the resilience of those we work with and energise opportunities for employment, education, training and volunteering in the communities we work within.
In return as our Programmes Manager, you'll be joining a friendly, flexible and values-led organisation, and will receive:
- Competitive salary
- 26 days of annual holiday, including bank holidays (pro rata)
- Contributory pension scheme
- Life assurance
- Cycle to work scheme
- Interest free Annual Season Ticket Loan
- Four Weeks Paternity Leave
The Programmes Manager role:
In this role you will manage our programmes work across the North East. Working with young people either at risk of homelessness, or living in our accommodation projects you will be supporting your team to have an impact on young people’s development, in particular in supporting them to achieve their ambitions in the world of work and education.
The role includes oversight of our Get up and Go programme, our engagement programme for young people. It is led by staff and volunteers and uses creative and physical activities as a catalyst to build confidence and self-belief. The aim of Get Up and Go is to support young people affected by homelessness on their path to independent living, training and employment.
In addition, you will be responsible for ensuring young people’s voices are at the heart of all we do across the region. You will lead a youth advisory board and also support our client involvement work across the North East.
What makes this role exciting?
- It's a great opportunity to be part of a shaping young people’s futures, supporting them to progress positively with their lives.
- It’s a chance to be part of a national programmes team committing to developing new ways to support young people into education, training and employment
- You’ll have regional responsibility for all our programmes and client involvement work across the North East
- You'll receive in-house training to help you perform your role
What will ideally support your success in the Programmes Manager role?
- Experience in delivering successful engagement programmes to young people
- Understanding and knowledge of the issues faced by vulnerable young homeless people
- Experience in youth or client participation
- Understanding of supporting clients into education, training and employment opportunities.
- Experience of developing effective relationships both internally and with external partnership organisations
Closing date: Sunday 29th September at midnight
So, if this sounds like the perfect opportunity for you and you’d like to become our Programmes Manager then please click ‘apply’ today – don’t miss out, we’d love to hear from you!
An enhanced DBS disclosure is a requirement for this post. Our recruitment checks, induction and ongoing support and supervision reflect our commitment to safeguarding our clients. Depaul UK strives to be equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.
We kindly request no contact from Recruitment or Media Agencies.
An exciting new opportunity exists to work for a locally based registered charity in Enfield as a Carers GP Liaison and Support Officer.
Enfield Carers Centre provides support and advice to unpaid, family carers in the London Borough of Enfield.
You will highlight and increase awareness of carers’ issues within local GP Practices across the borough. Working alongside the existing Carers Hospital Support Worker you will identify and support family carers in both primary and secondary health care settings and raise awareness with health care professionals to help improve the health and wellbeing of carers.
You will also deliver support, training and information to carers relating to primary and secondary healthcare services.
The ideal candidate will have a working knowledge of primary and healthcare procedures and working practices and a good understanding of the issues and challenges that all carers face.
A car driver with full access to a vehicle is essential. The role will involve occasional evening and weekend work.
Closing Date for Applications: 17th October
Previous applicants need not apply
We are looking for a Police Checks Co-ordinator to join our friendly HR Support Hub team at our HQ location.
The RSPB is the country's largest nature conservation charity, inspiring everyone to give nature a home. Together with our partners, we protect threatened birds and wildlife so that our towns, coast and countryside will once again teem with life.
Police Checks Coordinator
Reference number: A1770919
Location: Sandy, Bedfordshire
Salary: £16,504 to £17,880 per annum pro rata. Applicants should expect under normal circumstances to receive an offer at the bottom of the advertised range.
Hours: Part time, 18 hours per week
Contract: 18 months fixed term contract
The role holder will carry out all police checks on all employees and volunteers as well as developing a process for the Update Service Registration. You also be required to develop and maintain a process for carrying out the checks for Scotland and if appropriate Northern Ireland through our third-party supplier, all of which will need to be accurately recorded on our internal HR and Volunteering systems.
The successful candidate will be highly organised and have proven IT and administration skills from working in an office environment. Experience and understanding in handling confidential information in an accurate and timely manner is essential.
As a team we constantly strive for continuous improvement in our services to the RSPB and this is a great chance for anyone who wishes to develop their skills and knowledge in a busy and supportive environment.
We look forward to hearing from you soon!
Closing date: 26 September 2019
Interview date: 2 October 2019
TO APPLY AND FOR MORE INFORMATION:
If you would like to find out more about this position and to apply, please click the 'Apply Now' button to be directed to our website where you can download the role profile and application details.
When you make your application please ensure that you include reference number A1770919 on any correspondence.
No agencies please.
Do you have an entrepreneurial flair, like a challenge, work at pace and have a passion for enhancing community greenspaces, with the ability to bring together a wide range of organisations to make things happen? If so, we have the right job for you.
We are looking for a Part-time Sustainable Development Officer to work with our Countryside Development Manager at Westerland Valley Country Park in Paignton, Devon, funded through section 106.
Sustainable Development Officer
Salary: £25,500 to £27,000 per Annum FTE (Actual salary £10,200 to £10,800)
Hours: 15hrs per week
Contract Type: Fixed Term for 1 year and 5 months with the possibility of an extension.
Location: Paignton, Devon
Region: South East of England, South West of England
Over the duration of the post, the Sustainable Development Officer, working alongside numerous partners and stakeholders, will identify and explore avenues for sustainable income generation to safeguard the maintenance and management of the country park
We are looking for someone who has the following skills;
- Fantastic engagement and communication skills, to facilitate a Steering Group to drive the Sustainable Development Plan.
- An Entrepreneurial Flair: to work with a wide variety of Stakeholders to create a shared vision and drive success.
- Someone with a strong community focus, to understand the local area and meet the needs of the local community of Great Parks, Torbay and surrounding areas.
- To work at a fast pace, exploring, planning and ensuring financial and sustainable viability.
- Full UK driving licence and access to your own vehicle for which you will need to be insured for business use. Employees are able to claim back mileage rates as per our Expenses Policy.
This is a fantastic opportunity to be part of the beginning of a new Torbay Park, which will leave a legacy for the people of Torbay to enjoy for many years to come
In return we offer:
- 25 days per annum plus English Bank Holidays
- A contributory pension scheme
- Scope to develop your professional skills
Closing Date: September 26, 2019
Interview Date: 3rd October 2019
Start Date: November 2019
TO APPLY AND FOR MORE INFORMATION:
If you would like to find out more about this position and to apply, please click the 'Apply' button to be directed to our site. There you can download the application pack.
CVs will not be accepted. No agencies please.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Please note that we reserve the right to close applications early in the event of a large response.
We are committed to the employment and career development of disabled people. To demonstrate our commitment we have been awarded the Disability Confident Scheme Symbol, which is awarded by the Employment Service. We guarantee an interview to anyone with a disability whose application meets the essential criteria for the post. If you consider yourself to have a disability and would like to apply under the Guaranteed Interview Scheme please complete the Guaranteed Interview Scheme form (at the top of our current vacancies page) and submit this with your application. We shall ensure fairness and equal opportunities throughout our workforce and in service delivery.
Groundwork South is an equal opportunity employer and values diversity. We welcome applications from suitably skilled candidates regardless of ethnicity, gender, disability, sexuality, religion or age. A copy of our Equality and Diversity policy may also be made available to candidates on request.
No agencies please.
HelpAge International (HelpAge) is a dual mandated international NGO whose humanitarian response is delivered through local partners, network members, and supporting affiliates. We aim to ensure that older people and their carers, have meaningful, dignified and safe access to humanitarian services including food, shelter, WASH income, protection, physical and mental health and psychosocial support.
HelpAge are looking for an experienced Humanitarian Protection Manager (HPM) to join our small and friendly Humanitarian Team (HuT) based in London; we support HelpAge’s global humanitarian work.
- Develop the protection and inclusion capacity of the global humanitarian team through training, coaching, mentoring and project design.
- Expand our understanding of how the humanitarian crisis impact older people and the complexity of ageing amongst this population.
- Work with our regional teams, affiliates and partners to respond to humanitarian emergencies.
- Develop our capacity of local organisations to respond to humanitarian emergencies.
- Engage with other agencies, promoting the inclusion of affected older people in their programmes.
- Be creative and influence how the organization is developed strategically in the next 10 years.
- Author evidence based research which will contribute to telling the story of older people affected by the humanitarian crisis.
- If required, manage the initial phase of an emergency response where we do not have network partners.
- Travel at short notice and for up to a maximum of three months (deployments are more typically between two and four weeks).
Essential skills, knowledge and experience
- Post graduate degree in any of the following;
- International Relations
- International Law
- Human Rights
- Social Studies or
- Development Studies
- At least 5 years overseas humanitarian work experience.
- Proven experience developing and implementing community-based protection interventions.
- Experience and proven record of initiating and leading a rapid and effective humanitarian response in several recent major disasters.
- Proven experience developing and implementing protection and inclusion programmes in humanitarian contexts, including conflicts and natural disasters.
We offer flexible working, a competitive benefits package:
- Salary - £40,000 to £44,841 gross per annum
- 8.5% employer pension contribution
- Scope for flexible working, including working from home
- Opportunity to work for a leading organisation working with and for older people globally
- Opportunity to travel
Other benefits include 33 days holiday (including bank holidays), life insurance, enhanced maternity and adoption pay. We also actively support our staff with a variety of flexible working arrangements to help balance work and home life.
ALL APPLICANTS MUST HAVE THE EXISTING RIGHT TO WORK IN THE UK
Closing date: Monday 14th October 2019
HelpAge International is an equal opportunities employer.
HelpAge International is committed to providing our staff with continuous professional development, flexible working and opportunities to thrive within an inclusive and diverse environment. As part of our commitment to promoting gender diversity, we are a member of the Business in the Community gender campaign.
We are looking for a full time Marketing & Communications Officer, to be based in our headquarters which is located in Parkdale, a converted mansion house surrounded by private gardens, five minutes from the M56 and within close proximity to Altrincham.
Reporting to the Head of Communications, the person in this role will influence, inspire and support people to embrace and maintain a vegetarian lifestyle by marketing our activities. You will need to be able to demonstrate how you uphold our vegetarian values in your personal life.
Main duties are to provide marketing expertise and support to increase take-up and engagement in all our charitable and income-generating activities.
The deadline for applications is 23:59h on Thursday 17 October 2019.
Interviews will take place on Thursday 31 October 2019.
The Vegetarian Society aims to be a positive employer. We operate a 35-hour week, flexible working-time scheme and stakeholder pension.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Location: St. Teresa's - Longrock
Job type: Full time hours available, days & nights; Shift pattern: Early shift - 7.30am - 1.30pm or 7.30am - 3pm; Late shift - 1.30pm - 9pm or 3pm - 9pm; Night shift 9pm - 7.45am; we also have Occasional hours - shifts from 7.30am until 10pm
Salary: £8.77 per hour; £16,005 per annum for 35 hours / (£17,148 FTE 37.5 hours)
Closing Date: 16 October 2019
Want to be part of a leading organisation which positively impacts on the lives of disabled people across the world?
As a Support Worker / Healthcare Assistant with our client you’ll provide a high level of care and support to vulnerable people, enabling them to live the life they choose. You’ll assist with daily tasks including personal care, medication and assistance at mealtimes, motivating and encouraging choice and participation.
Experience as a Support Worker, Care Assistant or Healthcare Assistant is desirable but not essential as they offer an excellent training and induction programme to get you fully trained in your new role!
In return they offer a great range of employee schemes and benefits, including generous annual leave, discounts for high street retailers, contributory pension scheme and so much more!
Our client welcomes applications from all sections of the community. They actively encourage applications from people with a disability, supporting where possible, your requirements for reasonable adjustments.
A satisfactory disclosure check (PVG membership in Scotland) is required for this post.
Shortlisting for this role will take place as applications are received. They therefore reserve the right to close this vacancy once suitable candidates have been appointed.
You may have experience of the following: Support Worker, Care Worker, Care Assistant, Healthcare Worker, Healthcare Assistant, Community Support Worker, Disability, Disabilities, Care Staff, Charity, Charities, Not for Profit, NFP, Third Sector, etc.
Who we are:
Muslim Aid is a British, faith-based international development organisation that provides support to communities around the world affected by disasters, conflict or endemic poverty without regard to their social, religious, or ethnic background.
What you’ll be doing:
The Supporter Experience team is involved in ensuring the supporter experience is at the heart of everything we. We are aiming to increase the depth and value of supporter relationships whilst encouraging repeat giving or multiple interactions. The purpose of this role is to design and implement first class stewardship plans to ensure our amazing supporters have a great experience with Muslim Aid and care about the cause for many years.
The Supporter team plays a pivotal role in making Muslim Aid more data and insight driven in the way we fundraise and communicate with supporters. The team will take a lead in mapping supporter journeys by using a data driven methodology to ensure we are implementing insights to improve the way we engage with our supporters.
As a confident communicator, you will help develop a culture based on understanding and interpreting supporter behaviours and motivations. Using this information, you will lead on mapping journeys and experiences across communications, campaigns and the fundraising portfolio to maximise a supporter’s lifetime value.
Who we are looking for:
The ideal candidate will be IT literate and proficient using Excel to handle data. You will have significant supporter/customer care experience obtained from the commercial or charity sectors. You will understand the importance of a supporter journey and how to map and track that journey to ensure each step is fully understood and engaged with.
You will have experience of working in a busy environment, prioritising activities appropriately and managing multiple, conflicting priorities. You will also have proven experience of developing internal relationships across a complex organisation – working with internal clients to develop and adapt briefs to improve supporter experience.
Why you should apply:
If you are ambitious and self-motivated, with the ability to work with a high degree of autonomy this role is an exciting opportunity. You will be joining a supportive, highly-skilled, passionate organisation as a specialist in your field.
How to apply:
To apply please submit your cover letter (no more than 1 page) and CV to us.
Muslim Aid’s recruitment and selection procedures reflect our commitment to the safety and protection of children and vulnerable adults in our care/employment. Successful candidates will be expected to undergo a DBS check (Basic, Standard or Enhanced depending on the role). In addition, all successful candidates for finance roles will undergo an Experian Credit Check.
Purpose of the role
We are at a pivotal point in our growth and we need someone with the creativity and drive to ensure we are maximising on all income generating opportunities. The Women’s Equality Party is seeking a Fundraising and Events Coordinator to support the implementation of our Fundraising Strategy. The post holder will work closely with the Director of Fundraising and Head of Members and Supporters to increase income from individual supporters and members and through our events.
You will work to integrate our member base in all our fundraising and plan and deliver a programme of events that will raise funds and profile for the party and support membership growth. You will have experience of either fundraising or events support and will be able to demonstrate experience of budget management. You will be keen to design and implement systems and processes to enable us to deliver our Fundraising Strategy.
This is a fantastic opportunity for the right candidate to grow, develop and gain valuable skills and experience. You will be playing a key role in enabling WEP to push women’s equality to the top of the political agenda.
We are looking for:
- At least 2 years experience working in fundraising or events including some budget management
- Experience of being the key contact with a variety of supporters
- A creative mind with the ability to generate innovative ideas and approaches
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills with the ability to produce supporter communications or a brief for an event
- Able to command respect at many levels, network and communicate the vision of the Women’s Equality Party to a wide variety of stakeholders.
- Self-motivating; able to prioritise workload and manage multiple projects to meet deadlines; capacity to recalibrate at short notice
- Commitment to equal opportunities and sympathetic to the aims and values of the Women’s Equality Party.
- Willingness to undertake training and to develop new skills in response to the organisation’s changing needs
- Team worker, able to delegate and take control, as well as listen to and value others’ contributions.
- Passionate about making change; driven and persistent.
To apply for this role, please submit to us:
- a statement of interest specifically addressing the requirements of the person specification and saying why you want to work for us (Maximum 2 pages. Applications will only be considered with this)
- an up-to-date CV with examples of funds raised and events organised.
- an equal opportunities monitoring form (optional)
Please submit applications by no later than 23.59am on 30th September 2019.
The Women’s Equality Party values equality and diversity, and welcomes applications from candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity. In relation to this post we particularly welcome applications from BAME candidates as these communities are under-represented within WEP at this level.
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