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Do you have a heart for mission and experience in working with churches across Britain? Do you want to use your fundraising and marketing skills to get the UK church energised for local and global mission?
- Permanent, full-time post
- Based at CMS House, Oxford, with up to two days’ flexibility for home working (currently CMS employees are working from home following government guidance, and will continue to do so until the government advises office working)
- Starting salary £31,620 with a generous pension contribution: up to 15 per cent employer contribution on annual salary
- We particularly welcome applications from women and/or individuals from minority groups as they are currently underrepresented within our organisation at this level. All appointments are made on merit of skill, experience and potential as laid down in the job description and person specification.
Church Mission Society is looking for an innovative Churches and Church Networks Lead. The purpose of this role is to work collaboratively to plan, design and test ways we can engage churches in Great Britain in our vision and purpose, as both audiences and channels, in line with our brand and engagement strategies.
The successful candidate will have proven experience in the planning of strategic or operational projects, experience of relationship fundraising or sales and working with and inspiring a variety of people from different levels and backgrounds. The post holder will have excellent team and people management skills and a passion for mission.
It is also a requirement for this post holder to be a committed and practising Christian, enthusiastic about the aims and values of CMS.
Further details can be found in the job description and person specification available to download below.
Closing date for receipt of completed applications: Midnight on Sunday 20 February 2022
Interviews will take place on Tuesday 1 March 2022 at CMS House, Oxford.
Purpose of job
For many years churches have been a major source of fundraised income for CMS, fuelling mission for thousands of people for many decades. In recent years the challenge for the local church in the UK has increased and its capacity to engage with both global and local mission has been under question. The past two years have been a particularly testing time for most churches, and the ways in which we have been church have changed, most probably, indefinitely. In addition to this, we are increasingly aware that churches are an audience we can raise resources from, a channel through which we can engage our own target audience and a route through which we can engage people in mission activity themselves. The purpose of this role is to work collaboratively to plan, design and test ways we can engage churches in Great Britain in our vision and purpose, as both audiences and channels, in line with our brand and engagement strategies.
This role works very closely with the Advocates and Speaking Engagements Lead in the development of products which seek to engage churches as channels to an audience. It will work closely with the Key Relationship Manager in the development of church products and their integration with integrated campaigns, which are project managed by the Campaigns and Communications Project Lead. It also works closely with the Direct Marketing Manager and Direct Marketing Lead in segmenting our church audience, to maximise our engagement with those churches who are most engaged with us, and those we want to engage with.
Develop, lead on, and implement the church and church network relationship building strategy and targets in line with the brand and engagement strategies, the shared communications plan and integrated campaigns. • Manage their own portfolio of strategic church relationships (up to 200 churches), and hold accountability for mutually agreed engagement targets. • Hold responsibility and accountability for expenditure in their areas of responsibility. • Design, deliver and test online and offline events to support the relationship building strategy. • Develop and maintain database and recordkeeping.
Work closely with Direct Marketing Manager, and Communications and PR Manager, to develop an annual programme to build insight into Church engagement, working to build learning into work plans, products and integrated campaigns. • Being a source of expertise about the GB Church to inform campaigns and product development Interim and transition management • In the interim (as we move the focus of the team and organisation), work closely with the Key Relationships Manager and Advocates and Speaking Engagement Lead to manage the transition between existing workloads well, maintaining good relationships with supporting churches. This is as we move away from current models and methods of fundraising (particularly mission partner support) to new models and methods which are aligned with our engagement strategy.
Ensure the safety and security, and respect the rights, of all staff, partners and supporters: o Understand and follow the CMS safeguarding policies. o Understand and follow security procedures for all materials and content that is made public, to keep mission personnel and strategic partners safe. o Ensure the confidentiality of supporters and that all data relating to them is maintained and processed in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations (PECR). o Hold and maintain a good understanding of the Code of Fundraising Practice and how it pertains to your role. • Carry out any additional duties commensurate with the role as required by your line manager.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Are you a business development manager looking to take the next step in your career? Headway Norfolk and Waveney is an organisation targeting a period of growth and change, why not be a part of it?
We are seeking a Business Development Manager to take over and lead our business development activities, with the support and backing of our CEO. Your role will ensure people impacted by acquired brain injury and stroke receive high quality services to enable reablement, respite and rehabilitation.
You will be responisble for several key strands of work. The first part would be the maintenance of our existing business and contracts, working with statutory bodies to ensure our contracts enable us to help people, whilst achieving full cost recovery for the charity, enabling sustainability in the long run. Next you would be working with colleagues to onboard new clients, both funded by the state and private. You'll ensure their support packages are well designed to deliver good outcomes that are sustainable for the charity. Finally, you will have an open brief to spot opportunities to generate non-fundraising income for the charity - you can really make this job your own. Additionally the post holder would be part of the Senior Leadership Team.
The organisation is open to flexible working and we are more than happy to have a conversation about how this role could work for you, whether through job shares, alternative working patterns or regular home working. The postholder must be able to attend meetings and events in person across Norfolk and Waveney. Interviews are planned for Thursday 10th March.
Please apply through Charity Job by completing and returning the application form, which is available when you click Quick Apply.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
LGBT Foundation is looking for an Organisational Development Manager to operationally manage the Organisational Development (OD) function and provide strategic advice on behalf of the organisation on all OD interventions.
This will be done by working with the Head of People and OD and Director of Operations implementing the OD elements of our People Strategy to support a continually evolving organisation and increase our Employee Value Proposition:
- Learning and Development - Ensure that the organisation’s learning and development aims are delivered to support employee progression and retention
- Employee Experience – working alongside HR, implement new interventions that develop and enhance our employee experience process including recruitment, on-boarding, induction and career progression processes and pathways and work alongside colleagues and line managers to work toward best practice
- EDI Framework - Working to the Director of Operations and Head of People and OD, develop and implement an EDI framework working to address inequity within the organisation whilst adhering to practices compliant with employment law.
- Employee Engagement - Work with the Head of People and OD to develop insight led workforce engagement strategies in line with the People Plan
- Health and Wellbeing – Support with the implementation of a holistic Health and Wellbeing strategy that is culturally competent and empathetic to the needs of our staff and volunteers
We are taking positive action to encourage applications from people of colour (PoC) and other racially minoritised communities, trans, non-binary and/or older people (aged 50+), to improve the representation of colleagues from these communities in our staff team.
* Trans is an umbrella & inclusive term used to describe people whose gender identity differs in some way from that which they were assigned at birth; including non-binary people, cross dressers and those who partially or incompletely identify with their sex assigned at birth.
Salary: £30,514 (+10% pension)
Special Terms: Full-time - Permanent
Reporting to: Head of People & OD
Accountable for: N/A
Please read the Recruitment Pack carefully to think about how you are suitable for the role. In your application form part 2, you just need to answer 3 questions (based upon your knowledge, understanding and/or experience) so we can shortlist and evaluate whether you the right person for this role. You can choose to answer these as a video OR audio format.
The Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund is the RAF's leading welfare charity supporting current and former members of the RAF, their partners and families, providing practical, emotional and financial support, whenever they need us.
We have ambitious fundraising plans to be able to deliver growth and we need someone with the proven skills and experience to develop and maintain new corporate partnerships. You will be working with business partners and using your significant experience, gained in the corporate or third sector, to identify and win new fundraising partnerships for us and develop our existing ones.
The successful applicant will be a proactive, confident and adaptable communicator who can identify opportunities and develop them into profitable partnerships. Proven experience will be needed:
- To develop and manage high value corporate partners, ensuring profitable and sustainable relationships with partners and their employees
- Identify opportunities and developing creative proposals and pitches
- Build productive, strong and long-lasting partnerships
- Manage high value projects and delivering against financial targets
The role is based in our central London office but works extensively with the rest of our Fundraising teams, our Regional Directors, Communications teams and with the serving RAF. You will need to be flexible as there is some evening and weekend events, particularly during the summer.
A detailed job profile is available below and on the Fund’s website. For an informal discussion about the role please contact Jason Shauness, Director of Fundraising & Communications. To apply, please send your CV together with a covering letter detailing why you believe you are suitable for this role and providing examples of how you meet the person specification to Pete Thompson, Head of HR via email.
The closing date for applications is Friday 18 February 2022 at 5.00pm. Interviews will be on an ad-hoc basis based on applicants.Please note that due to the high number of applications expected, only candidates shortlisted for interview will be notified.
A copy of the Fund’s Candidate Privacy Notice can be found on our website. As an equal opportunities employer, the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund is committed to the equal treatment of all current and prospective employees and does not condone discrimination on the basis of age, disability, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race or ethnicity, religion or belief, gender identity, or marriage and civil partnership. We aspire to have a diverse and inclusive workplace and strongly encourage suitably qualified applicants from a wide range of backgrounds to apply and join the Fund.
The Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund is a Registered Charity (No. 10810090).
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We're looking for an experienced Digital Specialist to join our growing team and lead our Digital Development Strategy! This is a new role in rapidly growing Charity based in Blackpool. We are looking for a charismatic, flexible and friendly team-player who is a natural and professional communicator with an ambition to achieve! The role requires a mutli-skilled individual who wholeheartedly believes in the work the charity undertakes and passionately wants to make a difference.
Leading and developing our marketing and brand awareness strategies.
- Creating regular & compelling Social Media Content and Digital Advertising.
- Creating a monthly e-newsletter
- Creating physical marketing material (i.e. banners, posters, flyers & brochures)
- Creating promotional videos
- Basic website maintenance (updating images, content and blog posts).
- Manage our digital media and ensure the team has access to high-quality images, graphics and documents for use.
Evaluation and monitoring of our services.
- Conduct surveys and collect data, using methods such as interviews, questionnaires, focus groups.
- Prepare and present summaries and analyses of survey data, including tables, graphs, and fact sheets.
- Generate graphic displays of our feedback, data and collected images.
- Evaluate our work and output and present feedback to the respective department heads.
Training and Mentoring the wider team.
- Improve colleague understanding and abilities across digital platforms.
- Promote best practices in using digital strategies to increase effectiveness.
- Ensure that a high level of quality is maintained by other digital users.
- Induct other members of the team into using digital platforms.
Managing digital systems and platforms
- To act as system administrator for our digital systems and platforms and ensure their accessibility and fitness for purpose.
- To provide appropriate systems for the wider team to enable good communication, document processing, membership management amongst others, and provide support where needed.
- Work with the Senior Leaders to develop a digital roadmap for the organisation by identifying the needs of the organisation, and developing procedures to implement these changes.
- To assist the Head of Operations in ensuring ongoing compliance to the GDPR and Data Protection Act, and that data management processes are followed.
A Full UK Driving Licence is useful but not essential for this role.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Initial term: 0.6-0.8 (3- or 4-day, part time), one-year fixed term (with potential to extend). Secondments will be considered.
Salary: £54,000 pro-rata (£54,000 Full Time Equivalent)
Location: London, Westminster (we encourage flexible working and therefore do not require you to work from our office full time)
Closing date: noon 11 February 2022
Interviews: 7/8 March 2022
NHS Providers is the membership organisation for the NHS hospital, mental health, community and ambulance services that treat patients and service users in the NHS. We help NHS foundation trusts and trusts to deliver high-quality, patient-focused care by enabling them to learn from each other, acting as their public voice and helping shape the system in which they operate. NHS Providers has all trusts in voluntary membership, collectively accounting for £92bn of annual expenditure and employing more than one million staff.
This is an exciting opportunity for a dynamic programme development manager to take ownership of our trust-wide improvement programme, which is supported by the Health Foundation, to support boards to develop greater awareness and understanding of organisational approaches to improving quality, and to take action to implement and sustain improvement in, and beyond the boundaries of, their trusts. Through a series of virtual events, resources, and action learning sets, this shares board level learning on how trust-wide approaches can help sustain the beneficial changes made in response to COVID-19.
The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate excellent programme management skills, as well as an understanding of the leadership and quality improvement challenges facing NHS boards. The ability to lead project teams comprising staff from across the organisation will be critical to success.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Job title: Programme Development Manager – Race Equality
Initial term: Full time, 2-year fixed term contract (possibility to extend)
Salary: £54,000 + generous benefits.
Location: London, Westminster (we encourage flexible working and therefore do not require you to work from our office full time).
Closing date: noon 11th February 2022
Interviews: w/c 28th February 2022
NHS Providers is the membership organisation for the NHS hospital, mental health, community, and ambulance services that treat patients and service users in the NHS. We help NHS foundation trusts and trusts to deliver high-quality, patient-focused care by enabling them to learn from each other, acting as their public voice and helping shape the system in which they operate. NHS Providers has all trusts in voluntary membership, collectively accounting for £92bn of annual expenditure and employing more than one million staff.
NHS Providers has identified tackling race inequality and structural racism in the NHS as a key strategic priority. This is an exciting opportunity for a dynamic, hands-on programme development manager to help us deliver on this commitment. The postholder will have a dual focus: project managing the development and roll-out of an offer to help ensure tackling racial injustice is a core part of every NHS board’s business and advising on a parallel workstream to ensure we lead by example on race equality within our own organisation.
The postholder will work with the boards of acute, mental health, community and ambulance trusts across England, as well as managing relationships with a wide range of external and internal stakeholders. Alongside excellent programme management skills, this will require a nuanced understanding of race and the causes and impact of racism on people’s lives, and how this plays out in the NHS as a mirror of wider society. An ability to work effectively with our race equality advisors and a project team of staff from across the organisation will also be critical to success.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Network Development Manager
£27,804 per annum (pro rata for part time hours)
Up to 37.5 hours per week – happy to talk flexible working
Base: Sustrans offices in Reading or Bristol with the flexibility to work from home. Home base in or near England South region
About the role
Our vision is to support a UK-wide network of traffic-free paths for everyone, connecting cities, towns and countryside, loved by the communities they serve.
As the Network Development Manager, you will work with the Network Development Team, England South, proactively developing walking and cycling schemes, including the National Cycle Network (NCN) across Southern England. As a valued member of this team you will help maintain the National Cycle Network in your region, you will help fund it by developing business opportunities and you will help fix and grow it by delivering impactful projects to scope, to budget and on time.
We have a 20 year plan to make this 16,000 mile long Network, safer and more accessible for everyone. We aspire to take every mile to very good or good standard by 2040 and we want to double the traffic free sections from 5,000 to 10,000 miles getting routes off fast or busy roads. We are encouraging and inspiring more and different people to share, respect and enjoy the Network and we are helping communities and users shape and maintain their paths. We are working to raise funds from a wide range of sources, that will be needed to secure the future success of this national asset.
We are working with our valued partners, stakeholders, supporters and volunteers to turn our vision into reality.
And where do you, as our Network Development Manager fit into this? You will be supporting us to deliver all these elements by helping us steward the existing Network; by delivering impactful projects to scope, budget and on time; by developing business opportunities and building those relationships to make it happen.
This role will require travel and work at locations as necessary to undertake projects on behalf of Sustrans. Candidates should be based within the South geographical area with regular travel expected to a nominated hub/office base in Bristol and Reading.
As an experienced Project Manager you will manage projects from planning through to construction, undertaking network plans, feasibility studies, land assembly and route design.
Project managing the team, you will find yourself collaboratively working with Designers and Engineers, Ecologists, Land Managers and Volunteer Officers and together you will make things happen to an excellent standard, that is compliant with national quality standards.
You will have excellent influencing skills, enabling you to negotiate with Land Owners and work closely with the Delivery Team to encourage greater community involvement in designing, developing and maintaining the network.
You will monitor outputs, outcomes and impact for each project we deliver and we want to share this learning to inspire even greater projects.
Using your relationship building and influencing skills you will liaise with local authorities and other partners to enable walking and cycling network development, through consultation and the delivery of paid work.
We aim to be a truly inclusive employer and welcome applications from people from all parts of the community, in particular from under-represented groups.
Sustrans is committed to reducing inequality, valuing diversity and enabling inclusion.
What we offer
In return we can offer ongoing working from home (or a nearby Sustrans office when it’s safe to do so) and a truly flexible, supportive and rewarding working environment.
- 26 days’ leave per annum plus bank holidays for full-time working
- Ability to buy an extra week of annual leave (pro-rata for part-time staff)
- Staff volunteer days
- 24/7 free, impartial and confidential support service
- We are members of the Green Commute Initiative and Cycle Scheme who both offer cycle to work schemes
- Group Personal Pension scheme with a 4% or 5% of basic salary contribution being matched by Sustrans
- Bike, computer and season ticket loans
- Discount benefits
- Enhanced maternity and paternity pay
- Flexible Working practices (full time hours are 37.5 per week, Monday - Friday)
- Closing date for the receipt of completed applications is 23:59, 1st February 2022.
- Interviews will take place via MS Teams 10th February 2022
To apply, please complete our online application form.
Sustrans is the charity making it easier for people to walk and cycle. We connect people and places, create liveable neighbourhoods, transform the school run and deliver a happier, healthier commute.
Our vision and mission have never been more relevant. Across the UK, governments are pledging investment and action on walking and cycling.
We are working together to make a real difference - creating places where everyone can live and travel happily and healthily, and where nobody is excluded.
Our work wouldn’t be possible without the commitment and dedication of our colleagues.
We are proud of our employee net promoter score, being in the top 20% of all employers across all sectors in the UK, due to our energised, friendly and motivated workforce.
Join Sustrans today and help us get things done, together!
Sightsavers is looking for a Development Manager – a 12-month fixed term contract role to provide maternity cover within our successful team.
Salary: £36,000 - £42,000
Location: UK remote - with occasional travel to Haywards Heath, when required
Contract: 12 Month Fixed Term (Maternity Cover)
Hours: This is a full-time role with some flexibility around hours worked and some home working
Sightsavers works to eliminate avoidable blindness and promote the rights of people with disabilities. We’re proud to be a leader in our field.
About the role
We are looking for an experienced Major Donor fundraiser to manage and develop new and existing relationships with an interesting portfolio of individual donors, capable of giving at a major/ high level. The successful candidate will be responsible for defining and implementing clear strategies for the identification, cultivation and stewardship of a targeted pipeline of approaches to new and existing donors to successfully contribute to the overall funding objectives of the Major Donor team.
Key accountabilities will include:
Delivery of targets through relationship building
Strategy and planning
This is an involved and varied role, please read the full job description for further details.
This is an ideal opportunity to build on your existing Major Donor fundraising experience within a knowledgeable and proactive team. To succeed in this role, you will need to be a great communicator, enthusiastic about connecting with key donors and passionate about enhancing and establishing new and existing relationships.
The ideal candidate should have a strong and successful track record of developing compelling cases for support to secure significant major gifts from new and existing donors. A proactive approach to maintaining and developing relationships with donors is required, as is the ability to represent the charity at the highest levels. You should have an interest in international development issues and be comfortable working to deadlines as part of a supportive team.
We offer flexible working hours and will consider part time applications for a minimum of 28 hours per week (0.8 FTE).
As an equal opportunity employer, we actively encourage applications from all sections of the community. Sightsavers is a Disability Confident Leader and qualified people living with a disability are particularly encouraged to apply.
Sightsavers offers some fantastic benefits. Our comprehensive benefits package includes generous annual leave allowance, pension, season ticket loan, cycle to work scheme, discounted gym memberships and wellness discounts. If you choose to work in or are visiting our collaborative, modern office space, you will find it an easy 20-minute train journey from Brighton or 45 minutes from London.
To apply for this exciting opportunity, please complete an application via our recruitment portal. We are particularly interested in learning of your motivations for applying; what attracted you to this role, why are you interested in working for Sightsavers and what contribution you feel your experience and skills could bring to this role. Please note that there will be an expectation that you can occasionally visit our offices in Haywards Heath, West Sussex (RH16 3BW) and to attend meetings in London.
We anticipate that remote first stage interviews will take place on Tuesday 1 March with second interviews on Thursday 3 March. The evaluation process will include a pre-interview task to be presented at interview.
2 vacancies – 1 Permanent, 1 Fixed term contract – 12 months
Currently working from home
UNICEF ensures more of the world’s children are vaccinated, educated and protected than any other organisation. We have done more to influence laws and policies to help protect children than anyone else. We get things done. And we’re not going to stop until the world is a safe place for all our children.
This is a great opportunity to join the UK Committee for UNICEF (UNICEF UK) as Business Development Manager in the corporate partnerships team, which has achieved significant growth in recent years, securing, retaining and growing partnerships with private companies.
As Business Development Manager, you will approach, negotiate and secure new multi-year six and seven figure corporate partnerships in order to drive change for children around the world. You will help to drive our business development strategy across a range of business sectors.
Whether your experience is from the charity or private sector, you will have a strong track record of winning, negotiating and delivering six figure new business partnerships and you will excel at building and nurturing successful relationships with a variety of stakeholders. Results focused, you will enjoy working to ambitious income targets and work well under pressure, motivated by the opportunity to make an impact for children.
Closing date: 5pm, Monday 7 February 2022.
Interview date: Monday, 14 February 2022 via video conferencing (MS Teams).
We are gradually moving back to our offices on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford, East London and we anticipate most colleagues will work one day a week in the office and the rest of the time from home. We are happy to discuss other flexible options to suit your circumstances.
We particularly welcome applications from black, Asian and minority ethnic candidates, LGBTQ+ candidates, candidates with disabilities, and from men, because we would like to increase the representation of these groups at this level at UNICEF UK. We want to do this because we know greater diversity will lead to even greater results for children.
UNICEF UK promotes equality, diversity and inclusion in our workplace. We make employment decisions by matching business needs with skills and experience of candidates, irrespective of age, disability (including hidden disabilities), gender, gender identity or gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, or sexual orientation.
We are happy to talk about flexible working, personal growth, and to promote a workplace where you can be yourself and achieve success based only on your merit.
The successful candidate will be required to apply for a criminal records check. A criminal record will not necessarily bar you from working with us. This will depend on the nature of the role and the circumstances of your offences.
We only accept online applications as this saves us money, making more funds available for us to help ensure children’s rights.
If you require support in completing the online form or an application form in an alternative format, please contact the Supporter Care line during office hours.
If you do not hear from us within 14 days of the closing date, please assume your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion. Please note that we only provide feedback to shortlisted candidates.
Registered Charity Nos. 1072612 (England and Wales) SC043677 (Scotland)
Hours: Full time, 35 hours a week (occasional work on evenings, weekends or longer hours as required)
Location: Hybrid working / London and home (negotiable with a minimum of two days a month in the office)
We are working in partnership with Genetic Alliance UK, the largest alliance of organisations supporting people with genetic, rare and undiagnosed conditions in the UK. Their members and the people they support are at the heart of everything they do. They advocate for fast and accurate diagnosis, good quality care and access to the best treatments, actively support progress in research, and engage with decision makers and the public about the challenges faced by their community. They run two long standing projects, Rare Disease UK and SWAN UK (syndromes without a name).
They are now seeking a Development and Sustainability Manager, who working directly with the Senior Management Team, will help to revamp fundraising as they review their organisational strategy, and work to embed the recommendations of their recent fundraising review and restructure. The postholder will lead on developing new project plans, proposals, and processes to achieve sustainable long-term funding for all areas of their work. This is an ideal role for someone with demonstrable fundraising experience who has ambitions to lead their own department in the future.
The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate:
- Minimum of two years’ experience working in a fundraising role.
- Excellent track record of achievement in Trust and Foundation fundraising.
- Experience of managing a budget, assessing financial viability, and measuring the impact of activities.
- Experience of utilising different tools for the purposes of income generation.
- Ability to build relationships with people from a range of backgrounds and levels of seniority.
- Experience of using Salesforce, Razors Edge or a similar CRM is desired.
- Experience of varied fundraising including major donors, legacies and/or community fundraising is desired.
We are seeking an individual with excellent written and verbal communication skills with ability to adjust according to the audience. The ability to work independently, or collaboratively, prioritise workload and maximise the use of time is essential.
For more information, please contact Katherine Anderson-Scott, Charisma Charity Recruitment. Applications should be submitted through the Charisma website and include your CV and supporting statement.
We welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds. We do not discriminate on the basis of disability, race, colour, ethnicity, gender, religion, sexual orientation, age, veteran status, or other category protected by law.
Closing date: 23 February 2022, however applications are being reviewed and interviews are being conducted on a rolling basis, so please apply without delay to avoid disappointment.
Location: Hybrid working: our flexible working policy requires everyone London-based to be in our east London office for 25% of the time as a minimum because building in-person relationships is important to us (that could be one week a month, or a day or two a week), but you’re welcome to be there more as many staff are. Although when Covid is more of a risk we all work from home and don’t have office time.
Salary: Grade 5 (£30,690)
Contract type: Permanent
Hours: Full-time, which for NEON is 28 hours a week - the equivalent of a 4 day standard work week. This can be done over 4 or 5 days, that’s totally up to you.
Hours are generally flexible, with some core meetings everyone has to be at. This role will require evening and weekend working in response to urgent news moments and interview requests from producers. We can’t always plan for these moments in advance but you will work on a rota basis and time off in lieu will be given when your work goes beyond your contracted hours. One weekend a month you may be expected to be on call to be available to deal with the requests if they arise.
Benefits: 7.5% employer matched pension; flexible working across our office and remotely; a 28-hour week with no change to pay; 20 days holiday per year (plus bank holidays and Christmas break) and a generous staff development budget which also includes paying for coaching and therapy. A caring and learning culture that takes anti-oppression seriously and genuinely tries to live values of solidarity, generosity and respect
Reporting to: Head of Media
Application deadline: 23.59pm, Wednesday 9th February 2022
The Press Officer supports our flagship Spokesperson Network programmes, placing people in broadcast media on a regular basis, developing and maintaining media contacts and meeting the needs of participants on the Spokesperson Network.
Your main day-to-day role will be identifying opportunities for members of our Spokesperson Network, and then coordinating between them and producers to secure TV and radio opportunities for them.
Most days will involve spotting opportunities in the news early in the day that would be relevant for the spokespeople we have on our books, checking in with the various spokes to see who is available, formatting pitches to put out on our media list and then fixing up the details when media bids come in to ensure that bookings happens smoothly and effectively.
Requests for the members of the Spokesperson Network happen regularly outside of office hours and during the weekend. Part of this role will involve sharing responsibility to be available to respond to these bookings and fix them up when they happen.
You will also be involved in delivering broadcast media training for both the spokespeople who are coming on the network, and for the various trainings that are contracted by other organisations.
Maintaining a series of good relations is essential to this project, both in terms of maintaining good relationships with all of the people on the spokesperson network and playing an active role in the their wellbeing as they navigate challenging media situations, and also in terms of maintaining good connections with bookers and producers and meeting their needs where possible.
This project is part of a wider Communications Hub in which you’ll play an active role helping to develop the overall strategy and direction of the project.
Please visit our website for more information and to apply.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
This is an autonomous and high-profile role, working with colleagues at a senior level. Target driven, you will lead and manage an ambitious membership growth and engagement strategy. Your team will deliver against competitive regional membership targets, using effective project plans. You will ensure our client’s image and brand is communicated and represented effectively at events across the Midlands.
Network Manager Responsibilities:
You will report to the Regional Director (East and West Midlands) and manage a team of 10 (who in turn manage over a 100 remote colleagues). Your team are the first point of contact for members in your region and they are responsible for local lobbying and campaigning, member events and achieving membership recruitment targets.
Network Manager Requirements:
As a leader you are driven by the success of your team. Your strengths are your ability to influence, inspire, motivate, and develop your people, whist prioritising day-to-day activity, against strategic and operational objectives. You will have extensive experience ideally supported with a relevant degree.
You will be flexible and willing to travel within the Midlands region. The role can be done in a flexible way. They are currently piloting a ‘hybrid working’ scheme that gives colleagues the opportunity to work partially from home, however there is a requirement to be visible within the Region and to be out and about with members and your team
They encourage candidates to submit their applications as early as possible and not to wait until the published closing date. They reserve the right to remove this advert or close it to further applications at any point during the recruitment process.
Who is our client?
They are proud to make a difference, and working for our client means working alongside great people who are committed to their work and recognised for their knowledge and expertise. Please see their careers page for more information.
Why join the team?
You will become part of their friendly, dedicated working environment and work with a highly motivated team, recognised for their knowledge and expertise and passion about food and farming. In addition to this they also offer a generous package including 30 days annual leave (plus, statutory bank holidays), increasing with length of service, company car provision an attractive contributory, stakeholder pension scheme along with private medical insurance.
Our client embraces the unique worth of everyone from all backgrounds, identities and circumstance. As a Professional, Resourceful, United and Inclusive organisation, they strive to celebrate all individuals. They are committed to creating a sense of belonging, educating and developing an inclusive community, and welcoming the value of diversity.
They recognise that some applicants may wish to work flexibly, and they welcome discussions regarding this. Please discuss this as part of the recruitment process.
Location: East and West Midlands
Contract Type: Permanent
Hours: Full Time, 35 per week
Salary: circa £55,000 per annum
Closing date: 14th February 2022
You may have experience of the following: Account Manager, Account Management, Memberships Account Manager, Memberships Manager, Key Account Manager, Sales Manager, Business Development, Business Development Manager, Sales Executive, Internal Account Manager, Internal Sales Executive, Relationship Management, etc
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Corporate Development Manager
Flexible Location/UK Wide with attendance at WWT Slimbridge Wetlands Centre (HQ) required when appropriate
37.5 hours per week with the opportunity to organise hours flexibly
£30,000 - £32,000 per year
This is a key strategic role in our Corporate Partnership Team and drives forward our business development efforts, identifying and securing new corporate partnerships as part of the charity’s wider fundraising strategy. Working closely with the corporate partnership managers and prospect research teams, this role will develop and deliver a corporate development plan, identify potential partners, network and represent the organisation, and develop high quality proposals and presentations. We are looking for a proactive, creative and driven relationship fundraiser.
This is an exciting time for an experienced corporate fundraiser to join WWT and help to shape and drive forward the corporate partnerships effort. In this role, you will be building and managing partnerships with a wide variety of businesses that will generate significant income for the charity and help to raise our profile. Our corporate partnerships support projects and work across the charity, helping WWT to deliver against our ambitions.
We are looking for a highly organised and innovative individual, with excellent communication skills and a track record in managing successful corporate partnerships. The successful candidate will have exceptional networking and relationship management skills with senior internal and external stakeholders. A flexible, collaborative and proactive approach will be critical for success, as well as the ability to manage competing demands on your time and deadlines.
The Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) is a conservation charity that protects wetlands for wildlife and people. We conserve, restore and create wetlands. We are pioneers in saving wetland wildlife, both in the UK and around the world. At our 10 UK sites around a million visitors a year engage with wetland nature. We work internationally in key global wetland areas, balancing conservation with sustainable livelihoods and influencing national and international conservation policies.
In return for your hard work and dedication you’ll enjoy a wide range of benefits including:
- 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays increasing to 30 days after 5 years’ service
- Contributory pension scheme (conditions apply)
- Life assurance
- Free car parking and secure bike storage areas
- Cycle to work scheme
- Free entry to all our centres
WWT is an equal opportunities employer and all applications will be considered solely on merit.
Closing date: 15th February 2022
Interview date: 28th February 2022 with second interview TBC
TO APPLY AND FOR MORE INFORMATION:
If you wish to find out more about our inspiring work, please click the apply button to be taken to our website where you can complete your application for this position.
Registered Charity Number England & Wales, no 1030884 and Scotland, no SC039410
No agencies please.
This is an exciting time to join the Third Age Trust - which supports the u3a movement - as we celebrate our 40th anniversary, the u3a movement is a national charity which supports people who are no longer working full time to continue their interests, activity, keep learning and have fun.
The Third Age Trust works with 1040 u3as, all volunteer-led member charities, across the UK. Founded 40 years ago, the UK u3a movement encourages groups of people in their third age to come together and continue their enjoyment of learning in subjects of interest to them. The u3as promote lifelong learning through self-help interest groups covering a wide range of topics and activities, as chosen by their members.
We are now seeking to appoint a Learning Development Manager who will have responsibility for developing learning with and for u3a organisations, and bringing together the Trust learning provision to support this. You will be a key link with internal stakeholders in the movement and together with the Head of Member Services will be responsible for delivery of the learning strategy. Within this role you will work with the Learning Committee and sub-committees and all of the learning related volunteer roles.
During the past two years much learning provision has taken place online, leading to a move from purely geographically based activities to an increase in shared resources, networking and some nationally led learning programmes and activities. As we move out of the pandemic, there is a now a need to meld together new and traditional approaches where you will work alongside a team to implement and develop a digital platform for learning.
With proven, demonstrable learning development knowledge and experience, you will be a strong communicator able to deliver and present at workshops and learning events. Your ability to communicate across a broad range of groups, volunteers, internal and external will be key to the success of this role as you deliver against the key objectives to take our learning development to the next level.
To find out more and to apply, please review the full job description attached.
Please note we cannot accept applications without a completed application form and a covering letter.
Closing date for applications: 21st Feb
Interviews: 4th March
We welcome and encourage applications from everyone regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.