We are looking for a talented Policy Adviser to join our outstanding research and innovation policy team. This role is an opportunity to work with some of the country’s best minds and most experienced business leaders. As Policy Adviser, you will be based at our airy, stylish offices in a prestigious location, opposite St James's Park. We can offer you excellent support and development, as well as the chance to grow your own profile in the engineering and policy worlds, and to make a real contribution to delivering lasting change.
These are exciting times for policy work at the Royal Academy of Engineering. The UK faces a range of complex challenges from energy and transport to data and AI (artificial intelligence) and the benefits and risks brought by disruptive technologies. Engineers have much to bring to these challenges, and as the UK’s National Academy for engineering we bring the very best minds in engineering to bear on issues of public policy.
We are now significantly expanding the scope and ambition of our work, collaborating closely with partners across the engineering profession through the National Engineering Policy Centre, to raise the visibility and impact of engineering on public policy. You will operate at its heart, developing and delivering policy advice on research, innovation and entrepreneurship.
You will develop and deliver high-quality, timely advice on research, innovation and entrepreneurship policy via a steady pipeline of reports, workshops, events, briefings and responses to consultations. You will enjoy regular interaction with stakeholders in academia, industry and government, while going the extra mile to build our public profile.
We will look to you to raise the profile of engineering innovation on the national stage, so we need a high-calibre professional who can hit the ground running. Educated to degree level, ideally in engineering, science or an allied discipline, you will have a good understanding of the UK’s research and innovation landscape. You will be interested in innovation, entrepreneurship and technology, familiar with parliamentary processes, and capable of building productive and respectful relationships with thought leaders.
Experience in event management would be very useful, as would confidence in quantitative skills, but it’s your initiative, drive and determination to advance the UK’s performance in engineering and technology innovation that will matter most.
In return, we offer an excellent package of benefits including a non-contributory pension scheme, BUPA cash plan, private medical insurance, subsidised restaurant, regular social activities, health and wellbeing programmes and the possibility of flexible working, as well as significant investment into your personal and professional development.
To find out more and to apply, please visit our website via the Apply link.
Closing date: 4 October 2019.
Interview date: w/c 14 October 2019.
Mencap Liverpool & Sefton are looking for someone experienced in working alongside people who have a learning disability and managing a team
This is a great chance to develop those core skills as well as gaining more strategic and leadership responsibility over time.
- A STRONG ENABLER & PROBLEM SOLVER: You will be the first point of contact for individuals in Sefton who may be lonely and socially isolated. It will be your role to establish trust and rapport. You’ll identify if the person would benefit from our involvement, or if they would be best served by a supported referral to a more appropriate agency. Your interaction will aim to give them the confidence to address the difficulties they may be facing and encourage them to try new things.
- TEAM FOCUSED LEADER:You will provide excellent line management to our member-facing staff team.
- RELATIONSHIP BUILDER & NETWORK GROWER: You will build relationships with a range of local public and voluntary sector agencies to ensure that people know who we are, what we do and how to refer people to us.
- PERSON CENTRED, motivated by SOCIAL JUSTICE & EQUALTY:You will work closely with your colleagues to ensure that our work is holistic, person-centred and constantly strengthened by the voice of our beneficiaries.
We are looking for a passionate and experienced person to join our senior team, to lead on developing and cultivating productive partnerships and collaborations with employers, trusts, and other third sector organisations.
Future First’s portfolio of existing employer partnerships generates a significant proportion of our income, which this role will be responsible for maintaining.
Further to this, the Head of Partnerships & Development will be responsible for seeking to extend our existing portfolio, building meaningful partnerships and initiatives with new employers and professional networks, who can enable the charity to expand its already successful work through financial support, gifts in kind or other means.
In addition, this role is responsible for managing our fundraising pipeline, ensuring sufficient income is being generated to enable the organisation’s continued operations by identifying funding opportunities and responding to these by working closely with Future First colleagues on the development of compelling funding applications.
We are looking for people to work with our employment team to support Deaf people who are furthest from the labour market, working intensively with individuals, offering exceptional levels of advice, guidance and practical support to overcome barriers and move towards and into sustainable volunteering, education, training or employment.
This role is based from home but working in the Stoke and Staffordshire area. The successful candidate will have experience of supporting Deaf people in an employment or IAG environment. Good knowledge of the barriers facing Deaf people and the ability to collect and record information. Fluency in BSL (Native user or minimum level 2 or 3) is essential, an assessment of signing will be made to check confidence and ability. The ability to work independently is essential and the post is subject to an enhanced DBS check and two references.
We provide great training and development opportunities and are looking for people with the right attitude and skills be part of a growing and dynamic organisation.
This position is on a fixed term contract until October 2020 with a possible further extension. The hours are 18 hours per week.
Interviews will be held in London on the 30th September 2019. Reasonable travel expenses will be reimbursed.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
I CAN is looking for a highly motivated and forward-thinking finance professional with robust technical skills to provide high quality support to the Finance team to ensure future growth, stability and success. This role will work closely with the Head of Finance & IT and Senior Management Team to ensure the effective financial planning, control and management within the organisation.
Your key responsibilities will include:
Being responsible for the coverage of full Finance function; ensuring financial controls are maintained; preparation of month end management accounts, Board meetings packs and documents for Finance & Audit Committees;
Assisting in the development of strategy, business planning and strategic projects; developing projections and business models; budget setting, forecasting and providing Business Partnering support to The Communication Trust;
- Being responsible for ensuring the organisation’s understanding of the government’s funding regime for schools is up to date and being the main point of contact with the Education Funding Agency;
Leading the relationship with auditors; completion of VAT and Gift Aid returns; preparation of statutory accounts.
The successful candidate will be fully qualified (ACA/ACCA/CIPFA/CIMA) within charity or public sector. You will be analytically-minded with excellent organisational and project management skills. We are looking for someone who is eager to learn, flexible in approach but firm when necessary, who can work on their own initiative and thrives when thinking and acting proactively. You will have the skill to communicate complex financial information to stakeholders and possess the ability to influence and build rapport with a range of finance and non-finance persons across the organisation. Enthusiasm for the sector is a must.
This is a fantastic opportunity for a high calibre finance profession looking to make an impact in the sector and will provide an excellent platform in your career.
Are you interested? Then take a look at our candidate pack before you decide. This informs you why I CAN exists, what we do, why we think this is a great place to work, what we can offer you and what our corporate and people plans are for the year ahead. To apply, please send an up-to-date CV, along with a supporting statement outlining how you meet the person specification and what additional value you offer that is relevant to the post. We will be shortlisting against criteria so do ensure you offer clear evidence. Interviews are scheduled to take place week beginning 21st October 2019.
WDC, Whale and Dolphin Conservation, is the leading global charity dedicated to the conservation and protection of whales and dolphins. We defend these remarkable creatures against the many threats they face through campaigns, lobbying, advising governments, conservation projects, field research and rescue.
We are now looking for a full-time communications officer to join our UK campaigns and communications team based in Chippenham, Wiltshire to help develop and implement an integrated digital communications strategy that supports WDC fundraising, campaigns and policy work, and engages supporters and potential supporters. Reporting to the UK communications manager, you will be instrumental in developing and managing WDC’s busy social media activity, increasing impact and growing awareness of WDC and its work.
We are looking for a hard-working person with proven experience of developing and delivering digital communications plans, experience in the use of social media to support communications, marketing and/or fundraising functions, and a good understanding of digital platforms and social media (especially Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn).
The role requires solid copywriting skills, an eye for detail, creative thinking, commitment and enthusiasm for the cause. Some experience of media relations would also be desirable.
This is a full-time, permanent post.
Closing Date: 30th September 2019 - 3pm GMT.
Apply with CV and covering via the link below.
Applications received after the deadline will not be considered. Interviews will commence at the start of October.
NO AGENCIES PLEASE
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Do you want to put your creative eye and strategic mind to good use by building an ambitious digital communications and fundraising strategy for an enthusiastic and effective London charity? If that sounds up your street, we want to hear from you!
We are a long-standing charity supporting people in Newham (east London) and we enable local people to achieve positive change in their lives. We offer a wide range of services which give people the tools to address the challenges they are facing – whether they be homeless, need to learn English or get some advice or support with their wellbeing.
We do not have a communications or fundraising department, so this role is uniquely placed for the job holder to lead on the charity’s digital communications and digital fundraising strategies, working directly with the Chief Executive.
We are looking for someone with extensive knowledge of digital communications and online fundraising strategies who brings an appetite for creativity and enthusiasm for developing and implementing ambitious strategies to build our digital presence. We want someone to join us who will lead us to fulfil our potential to increase income generated by an improved digital presence.
Location: Renewal Programme office, 395 High St North, London, E12 6PG, some home working possible by mutual agreement
Hours: 20-25 hours a week, days and hours flexible and can be agreed upon appointment, may occasionally require evening or weekend work but time-off-in-lieu will be given.
Contract Term: 12 month fixed-term contract, with strong possibility of extension
Annual Leave: 28 days paid holiday a year, plus bank holidays, pro rata
Responsible for: Interns, apprentices, or freelancers, as and when
Reports to: Chief Executive
How to apply
Please review the Job Description and complete our Application Form. Send your completed Application Form together with an up-to-date CV to the email address stated on our website by 5pm, Friday 20 September.
Interviews and next steps
We have scheduled interviews for Friday 4 October 2019. We aim to contact all shortlisted candidates regarding the interview by the end of 27 September. We apologise that we cannot get back to everyone who applies. If you do not hear from us by 27 September, you can assume your application has not been successful.
Do you have extensive experience as a Legacy Fundraising Manager, or a Regional Fundraising Manager, looking to specialise in Legacy Fundraising?
Regional Legacy Development Manager (South), an opportunity to join a National Health Charity, leading a regional team of Legacy Advisors across the South region.
This role can be based in London or various locations across the South, due to the regional nature of the role.
As the Regional Legacy Development Manager - South you will lead a team of Legacy Advisors, responsible for the growth of engagement and stewardship opportunities, prompting awareness of legacies, whilst ensuring supporters continue to feel valued and engaged with the cause.
With your team, you will develop and manage innovative face to face awareness and stewardship activities that support and add value to wider marketing campaigns. Ensure all staff and volunteers have the level of knowledge and confidence to talk about Gifts in Wills when appropriate, creating a culture of Legacy Giving. You will also lead on specific projects such as implementing a comprehensive Free Will-writing offer.
Our client is looking for an experienced Legacy Fundraising Manager or Regional Manager to lead a high-performing and well-respected regional team, further developing a Legacy Fundraising Programme. You will have proven experience of:
- Legacy fundraising, as a Legacy Fundraising Manager or/and experience of Managing Regional Fundraising teams.
- Strong Knowledge and experience of networking, relations building and negations.
- Demonstratable track record in legacy Fundraising/Marketing
- Basic knowledge of probation law.
- Ideally an understanding of the Charity Commissions guides on legacy promotion
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.
We are looking for experienced Communications and Marketing Manager, who will effectively manage organisation wide communications with external audiences with a view to protecting and enhancing the reputation of St Luke’s Hospice as a charitable care provider and employer, increasing awareness of the difference that donors can make, maximising overall supporter engagement.
Successful candidate will:
Manage the St Luke’s Hospice website, ensuring up to date content and a smooth journey for website visitors, using analytics to continually inform the optimisation of the site, leading and supporting colleagues to regularly update the content on their pages.
Be responsible for developing and executing effective internal communications to staff, volunteers and trustees.
Develop engaging marketing materials for individual service delivery departments which adhere to brand guidelines and effectively inform key stakeholders of St Luke’s Hospice services.
Work alongside and support the fundraising team with the development of fundraising messaging, identification of suitable case studies, and in the creation their own marketing materials, in line with brand guidelines
Working alongside the Director of Communications, engage in key stakeholder analysis leading to the development of the communication strategy intended to support the overall delivery of St Luke’s Hospice organisational strategy.
Manage and motivate the St Luke’s Hospice Communications Team. Leading the team on the implementation of the communication strategy, monitoring progress against activity plans.
Please refer to Job Description for the extensive list of responsibilities.
Flexible location - London EC1, Manchester M1, Sheffield S1
Closing date: 23 September 2019 at 11:30 pm. Interview dates: 26 and 30 September 2019.
We’re looking for an experienced and creative communicator to join us as Internal Communications Executive and support the development and delivery of high- quality internal communications to inspire and engage colleagues as we develop our internal culture to deliver Shelter’s ambitious new strategy.
A home is a fundamental human need, as essential as education or healthcare. Yet millions of people across Britain struggle on a daily basis with homelessness, bad housing conditions, soaring rents, discrimination and the threat of eviction. So, we are striving for change — with individuals, in communities, across society – and leading the way to a safe home. We need ambitious, best-in-class individuals who are passionate about our cause to join us at this exciting time. This is your chance to play a part in the fundamental change we are striving to achieve.
Internal communications is a critical function within Shelter. As well as 1,300 staff in multiple sites across England and Scotland, we have over 1,000 volunteers in our network of shops. So, it’s vital that we develop and maintain effective internal communications to ensure everyone is fully informed about our strategic direction and achievements. Our vision is to support and inspire staff to help more people by continuously improving the way we engage, communicate and share information across the organisation.
About the Role
Whilst you’ll work across the full channel mix, your particular focus will be on digital communications and our intranet. Building relationships with staff and volunteers across Shelter, you’ll generate engaging content and increase use through training and advocacy for our digital channels. You’ll co-ordinate plans to ensure the timely, effective two-way flow of information to bring our strategic priorities alive and embed them across the organisation. You’ll help to develop strategies and deliver projects that make internal communications integral to the success of the organisation.
You’ll be a concise and persuasive writer and editor, just as comfortable creating great content as coaching others to produce their own. You'll have a proactive approach, quick to anticipate opportunities, identify and mitigate against risks as well as inspiring trust and respect from a wide range of stakeholders. Swiftly developing a good understanding of Shelter’s work and challenges we face you’ll use this to shape communications strategies, plans and materials. You’ll have exceptional organisational skills and play close attention to detail. Just as vital as having a real enthusiasm for the power of internal communications, will be your ability to show it even under pressure.
We offer a wide range of benefits, including 30 days of annual leave, enhanced family friendly policies, pension and interest free travel loans. Our employees also have access to a tenancy deposit loan, payroll giving, cycle to work scheme and an employee assistance programme.
Shelter helps millions of people every year struggling with bad housing or homelessness through our advice, support and legal services. And we campaign to make sure that, one day, no one will have to turn to us for help. We’re here so no one has to fight bad housing or homelessness on their own.
To find out more about the role and the benefits of working for Shelter please visit our website. Apply to be part of our team and be the change you want to see in society.
Safeguarding is everyone’s business. Shelter is committed to protecting the health, wellbeing and human rights of those we support, and enabling them to live free from harm, abuse and neglect. All our staff will be expected to observe professional standards of behaviour and conduct their work in line with our safeguarding policies.
At Shelter, we welcome and encourage applications from everyone regardless of age, disability, gender, ethnicity, religion and sexual orientation. We are facing diverse problems, so need diverse people to tackle them.
Shelter does not accept unsolicited CVs from external recruitment agencies nor accept the fees associated with them.
Interested in taking your existing knowledge of the charity sector and using it to have a lasting impact on charities and social organisations? CAF is seeking a Charity Advisor to support charities and other social organisations to be more resilient.
The Charity Advisory Team at CAF has grown over the last two years and we are now seeking a dynamic, enthusiastic Charity Advisor to join our team. You will provide long-term consultancy to charities, and charitable organisations bringing your own knowledge and experience of income generation, fundraising, and business planning to support our clients to become more resilient and have a real lasting impact.
The position is within a fast paced team at CAF that works closely together, and will report into the Lead Advisory Manager. You will be based in our London office but will travel across the UK to work on site with our charity clients. Working closely with all colleagues across CAF to make best use of our knowledge to support your charities and partnerships is also a key part of the role.
You will have experience in working within or with charitable organisations in a strategic or advisory role, with a good understanding of income generation strategies. This role is a real opportunity to build on your knowledge and gain exposure to a range of causes, models and issues. It could be an ideal role for someone who already has some experience and is keen to develop a career in consultancy, advisory or other strategic sector support roles.
A typical day might involve researching the potential for charity corporate partnerships in one part of the country, working with a local partnership to explore sustainability, or helping a trustee board to consider alternative income models. We are looking for someone who is able to devise strategy as well as advise on implementing it. You should be keen to learn and good at making connections between what we know at CAF and what charities need.
If you enjoy working with a wide range of people and organisations, have excellent facilitation and analytical skills and good knowledge of the challenges facing the charity and social sectors then we would love to hear from you.
We’re a charity, a bank and champion for better giving, and for over 90 years we’ve been helping donors, companies and charities make a bigger impact. We exist to make giving go further, so together we can transform more lives and communities around the world. We are CAF and we make giving count.
Please note that applicants must be eligible to work in the UK.
Who are we?
Recently named Third Sector Charity of the Year 2018, we are a rapidly growing charity seeking to accelerate change for those affected by brain tumours, which kill more children and adults under 40 in the UK than any other cancer. Our five-year strategy is ambitious and sets out plans to double survival from brain tumours and halve the harm they cause to quality of life.
Our exciting job role!
The Content Editor (Research) will be responsible for producing high-quality, effective content about our research across multiple channels. This content will increase engagement with our research activities, improving recruitment and retention.
This role is full time - 37.5 hours and will be based in our Farnborough office, with some out‑of‑hours working.
What we'd like from you:
It's simple - all you need to succeed in this role is talent, ambition and energy. You must completely embrace our values, offer a great cultural fit, inspire us every day and deliver amazing results in a fast paced environment.
According to the job description you should also have significant and demonstrable experience in conveying complex scientific topics for a lay audience, as well as communicating with a research audience. If this is for you, we’d love to hear from you!
What we'd like to give you:
- Salary c.£24,000 per annum (dependent on experience)
- 25 days holiday plus bank holidays – pro rata for part-time contracts (we also close at Christmas as a ‘thank you’ for volunteering your time at some of our events throughout the year*)
- Generous pension contribution*
- Life assurance cover*
- Employee Assistance Programme
- Loads of other great benefits, plus an amazing culture to work in, a great team and lots of fun (and cake!)
How to apply to join our amazing team:
Please apply online attaching your CV and a supporting statement explaining why you want the role, what you would bring to the team and how your skillset and experience will enable us to make a real impact for those affected by brain tumours.
Advert close date: 24th September 2019
First interview date and location: tbc via Skype
Second interview date and location: tbc at our Farnborough office
More about us:
Don’t forget to check out our short video (you can find it on our You Tube channel) to find out more about our culture and what it is like to work at The Brain Tumour Charity.
Did you know we have won a variety of awards for our HeadSmart campaign including the NHS Innovation Award, Third Sector Excellence Awards and Charity Times Awards and have been ranked a top global organisation by renowned management consultants McKinsey?
For more information, please visit our website.
We reserve the right to close the advert early in the event of receiving a sufficient number of applications and may extend the advert if we don't find our perfect team mate!
*subject to qualifying criteria
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Barnardo's are hiring over the summer months and interviews are ongoing!
As a door to door lottery Fundraiser you will be part of a team of likeminded fundraisers who share a passion for the work of this incredible children’s charity. You will work door to door in residential areas in and around London engaging in important and fascinating conversations, and inspiring new donors to sign up to the Barnardo’s lottery.
• Competitive starting rate of £10.50 - £11.50 per hour depending on experience.
• 32.5 hours p/week
• Hours 1pm – 8:30pm Monday – Friday
• Weekly Pay- paid every Thursday, holiday pay and help with travel expenses.
• Work in London, in residential areas and in busy venues on a team of bright, like-minded people.
• Career development opportunities
• Full training and ongoing coaching
• Work in-house with Barnardo’s
• Be part of a brand new campaign
The ideal candidate:
• Previous fundraising experience- whether it be street, door to door, venue
or even telephone fundraising
• Self-motivated and results driven
• Career driven and ambitious
• Passionate about Barnardo’s
Barnardo’s is here to support and protect the UK’s most vulnerable children and bring out the best in them no matter what they have been through.
We believe a child’s future should never be defined by their past. Over the last 150 years we have witnessed children’s incredible ability to transform their lives no matter what they have been through. And we know that when people believe in children they start to believe in themselves.
We are looking for brilliant, bright, bubbly individuals who want to raise money through door to door fundraising on a team of like minded people.
Apply anytime, they recruit year round.
Please apply now and Jenny from Flow Caritas will call you to dicuss your application.
At Flow Caritas your careers are important to us! There will be ample opportunity for you to grow and move into management position. Not all advancement is in fundraising - 28% of our leavers are still in the charity sector and 63% are now working in a multitude of sectors including; advertising, account management, public affairs, law, digital PR, environmental engineering and music.
Location: Glasgow (with regular travel across Scotland)
Contract: Fixed-term contract for 18 months (with the potential to become permanent)
We’re excited to announce that in April 2019, Breast Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Now united to create one charity for everyone affected by breast cancer. From research to care, our new charity has people affected by the disease at its heart – providing support for today and hope for the future. United, we can carry out even more world-class research, provide even more life-changing support and campaign even more effectively for better services and care. By bringing together our passion, energy, expertise, funds and networks, we will make greater progress in more effective ways to make sure that, by 2050, everyone who develops breast cancer will live and receive the support they need to live well.
Would you like to make a real impact on the lives of people with breast cancer? We are looking for a dynamic and inspirational interim manager who can ensure the continued success of our services strategy whilst also assisting with the integration required to make the new charity a success in Scotland. You will lead on the development of our award-winning face-to-face services, working in partnership with the NHS, voluntary and statutory organisations in locations across Scotland. With oversight of the Glasgow office and liaison with the team in Edinburgh, you will also play a key supporting role in our external engagement and policy work in Scotland, and be responsible for drawing together the different strands of activity to support strategic development in the nation.
Thriving on challenge, you will be an experienced and motivational leader who can evidence the ability to bring out the best in your team and ensure that we achieve our ambitious targets to provide more services for more people with breast cancer. You will have a strong track record of service development as well as being an assertive and influential networker. You will demonstrate drive, credibility and presence but also bring the warm qualities required in a charity providing essential support to people affected by breast cancer. You will enjoy working collaboratively across the organisation and be confident in your approach to the external world.
For further information and to apply
Please download a copy of the job description and person specification. Please submit your CV and supporting statement, addressing the criteria you meet listed in the person specification, via our online application portal.
Closing date: 9am on Wednesday 25 September 2019
Interviews: First stage 8 and 9 October 2019 (Glasgow)
Second stage 15 or 17 October 2019 (London)