We are looking to hire a full time Advice and Guidance Coordinator, who will set up the function within the Zacchaeus project, act as the advice and guidance expert, set up and train a group of volunteers, and establish a network of useful contacts locally for referrals. The role would suit someone with advice and guidance experience, who is passionate about facilitating the maximum independence of older people and their carers who find it increasingly difficult to navigate the systems around healthcare, benefits, social support, bereavement, etc.
This is a contract role for three years, in line with a Lottery funding grant.
Interviews on Wednesday 16th October
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
You will join a national charity as a Mentoring Coordinator to deliver mentoring support to prisoners as part of our client’s Through the Gate service at HMP Wandsworth.
Mentoring Coordinator Responsibilities:
- You will lead a team of volunteer mentors to provide specialist person-centred support to men leaving prison.
- You will be passionate about working with volunteers and supporting people with complex needs.
Mentoring Coordinator Requirements:
As a co-ordinator for the service locally, you will need to build and maintain effective relationships with prisons, Community Rehabilitation Companies and community agencies, ensuring successful referral and feedback mechanisms are in place and providing timely and regular information to the Service Manager with regards to targets, progress and issues.
About our client:
Our client is a national charity that supports offenders, ex-offenders, and their children and families.
Location: HMP Wandsworth, London
Job type: Part Time, Fixed Term Contract
Hours: 18.75 hours per week
Salary: £12,500 per annum (£25,000 pro rata)
Benefits: Generous Holiday Entitlement & Other Benefits
Closing date: 25 September 2019
Interviews commencing week beginning: 07 October 2019
This post is subject to a 6 month probationary period, verification of identity and proven right to work in the UK, satisfactory HMPPS / MoJ Security Vetting and satisfactory employer references covering a minimum of 3 years.
Please be aware that this role is subject to prison clearance, an enhanced DBS and references.
Our client welcomes all applications including ex- offenders, (appointment to post will be subject to a risk assessment).
You may have experience of the following: Mentoring Co-ordinator, Service Manager, Service Coordinator, Volunteer Manager, Volunteering Manager, Case Worker, Family Support Worker, Social Worker, Volunteer Coordinator, Volunteering Coordinator, Project Coordinator, etc.
Bid Specialist (Part Time)
Worthing, West Sussex
Established in 1991, Turning Tides is a community-led charity dedicated to ending homelessness. We empower homeless or insecurely housed individuals to achieve sustainable independent living.
We have gone from supporting a handful of people in the coastal town of Worthing to providing a range of services to over 1,700 people in Worthing, Adur, Littlehampton, Horsham and Mid Sussex. We have over 5,000 supporters, 300 volunteers and 100 staff members to date.
We’re now looking for a Bid Specialist to join our team in Worthing on a part time basis, working 22.5 hours per week, and support our income generation activities.
- Salary of £26,500 (pro rata £15,900) per annum
- Stakeholder pension scheme
- Flexible working arrangements
- A wide range of learning and development opportunities
- 25 days’ holiday (pro rata), rising with service, plus Bank Holidays
If you have exceptional writing skills and an understanding of funding sources for the voluntary sector, this is an amazing opportunity to support an incredible charity while increasing your bid writing experience.
Having worked tirelessly for nearly thirty years to combat homelessness, we have developed deep expertise in our sector as well as a range of services and accommodation to provide practical assistance.
You’ll discover a passionate team who are driven by helping those in our communities who need it the most. Your work will directly enable us to continue supporting those in need and create new services to empower the vulnerable, and ultimately, end local homelessness.
So, if you are looking to give back, do some good and make a difference, we want to hear from you.
As the Bid Specialist, you will develop and write successful bids for contracts, grants and other income generation opportunities to support our charity’s growth.
In this exciting new role, you will:
- Work closely with the Business Development Lead to scope and maximise opportunities
- Research new funding opportunities
- Help to complete trust and grant applications
- Build relationships with current and prospective funders to write tailored applications
- Support Service Managers in developing funding cases
- Gain feedback from all applications submitted to continuously improve quality and standards
To be considered as our Bid Specialist, you will need:
- Good knowledge of funding sources for the voluntary sector, including homelessness services
- The ability to research prospective funding sources, including trusts and foundations
- Excellent writing skills to produce persuasive funding bids and high-quality tender documents
Other organisations may call this role Grants Officer, Bid and Tender Officer, Fundraising Co-ordinator, Trusts & Grants Co-ordinator, Trusts & Grants Officer, Fundraising Bid Co-ordinator, Bid Writer or Bid Co-ordinator.
Please note, this is a part time role, working 22.5 hours per week, including Thursday and Friday.
The closing date for applications is the 2nd October 2019, with interviews scheduled to be held on the 14th October 2019 at Worthing Town Hall.
Webrecruit and Turning Tides are equal opportunities employers, value diversity and are strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and all applications for employment. Equal opportunities are the only acceptable way to conduct business and we believe that the more inclusive our environments are, the better our work will be.
So, if you are ready for your next role as a Bid Specialist, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.
Services Coordinator – Hampshire, Surrey and East Berkshire
Location: Home-based with travel around the Frimley region (North East Hampshire and Farnham, Surrey Heath and East Berkshire).
Hours: Full time, 35 hours per week
Salary: £24,000 pa + Home Working Allowance £390 pa + Benefits
Contract type: Fixed term, until 30th June 2020
Closing date: by midnight on Monday 23rd September 2019
Download the job description and person specification from our website.
We’re looking for an enthusiastic and proactive individual to join our Living Well with Arthritis (LWwA) team as a Service Coordinator. This exciting position is for someone who has excellent interpersonal and communication skills and can lead and motivate people.
About the role
In this role you will be working on an NHS commissioned service across Frimley with a focus on the Frimley CCG areas (map available from NHS website showing CCG boundaries) delivering peer support led, face-to-face services for people living with arthritis. Our goal is to inform and empower people via these services and to support people living with arthritis to take control and make informed decisions about their care.
You will be responsible for organising and delivering information services directly to people with arthritis, embedding across the area and building relationships with community and health & social care contacts, whilst growing our reach across your area.
You will work closely with the Commissioned Services Manager and wider teams to identify, recruit, train and support volunteers who have lived experience of arthritis. You will explore all conventional and more innovative routes for volunteer recruitment so that we can build trained and sustainable volunteer teams who can make a lasting impact on the lives of people with arthritis in their area.
Working as a Service Coordinator you will be responsible for building strong positive relationships with our valued and respected volunteers, branches and groups and the wider community including the voluntary and statutory sector.
We are looking for an organised ‘people person’ who will join peers already working in other regions of England, plus teams based in our offices in Chesterfield and London.
Our ideal candidate will have:
· An understanding of peer support and self-management concepts.
· An understanding of the health and social care landscape in your area (would be an advantage).
· You’ll be an excellent communicator, with proven experience in developing and managing relationships with diverse communities.
· You’ll be an organised individual, able to structure your days and manage competing priorities.
· You will need to be motivated, able to work on your own initiative and adaptable to change.
You’ll be home based and therefore travel is involved. At times, there may also be additional travel for team meetings and to cover for other Service Coordinators.
In return we offer a competitive range of benefits, a good work/life balance, excellent learning and development opportunities and a vibrant and friendly organisational culture. Find out more about what we offer.
How to apply
To apply you MUST submit:
1. Completed application form (available from our website), clearly demonstrating how you meet the key requirements and competencies set out in the job description and person specification (available from our website)
2. Please include where you’ve seen this role advertised
You can find full instruction on application via our website.
Interviews expected: Wednesday 2nd October 2019 in the Farnborough area.
Arthritis causes pain, fatigue and isolation for 10 million people in the UK every single day. It can impact on the ability to work, our relationships and take away our independence. We don’t accept this.
We are Versus Arthritis. We are volunteers, healthcare professionals, researchers and friends, all doing everything we can to push back against arthritis. We’re reaching out to everybody with the information and support they need, funding vital research and changing the way society sees arthritis. Together we’ll keep running, researching, inﬂuencing, volunteering, advising, chatting, baking, listening. We won’t stop until no-one has to tolerate living with the pain, fatigue and isolation of arthritis.
Join us and use your skills, knowledge, passion and energy to help us defy arthritis.
Read more about what we do, working for us and what we offer.
Promoting Equality in the workplace
Versus Arthritis is a Registered Charity No: 207711 and in Scotland No. SC041156
An enthusiastic and self-motivated health and support worker is needed to work as part of the West Sussex Community HIV Service.
You will project manage Terrence Higgins Trusts Health Trainer service to people living with HIV (PLWHIV) in West Sussex. The aim of this role is to improve the health and wellbeing of PLWHIV: by increasing their level of health and treatments knowledge, and strengthening their understanding of self management; by identifying and engaging with groups and/or individuals from targeted communities, in particular; people from African and Caribbean communities, young people, gay and bisexual men, sex workers and those at risk of HIV and poor sexual health.
Part Time fixed term - 21 hours per week
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Coin Street is looking for a Commercial Coordinator
Creating an inspirational neighbourhood
Coin Street is a social enterprise based in the Southbank, SE1. From a derelict site in 1984, we have created a thriving, diverse, vibrant and welcoming ‘mixed use’ neighbourhood – a place for people to live, work and play. Income that we generate is invested in the neighbourhood. It is used to improve and maintain our assets including managing and maintaining Bernie Spain Gardens and the riverside walkway, providing a range of programmes and activities for local people.
We are looking for a Commercial Co-ordinator to play an important role within the commercial team by providing lettings and administrative support to ensure our properties are let to varied high quality commercial tenants generating income alongside providing spaces that will enhance and engage with users and visitors to the Coin Street sites and the South Bank. The role will sell, promote and deliver to commercial targets for the design studios at Oxo Tower and Gabriel’s Wharf and support the Head of Commercial in other lettings across the Coin Street estate as well as provide administrative support where required to ensure that the commercial team remain high performing.
In return we can offer you:
- 27 days’ annual leave (excluding bank holidays) pro rata for part time staff
- 9% employer pension contribution
- Season ticket loan
- Health and wellbeing package including free gym membership and a confidential employee assistance programme
- Commitment to training and development
To apply, please submit an up to date CV and the supporting questions form attached. We are unable to consider CVs if they are not accompanied by the supporting questions form.The equal opportunities form is optional. Closing date for applications is Sunday 15 September 2019.
Please visit the job page on the Coin Street Website for more information.
Coin Street Community Builders strives to be an equal opportunities organisation and all staff are expected to share this commitment.
Our values are:
- Creative: By looking for solutions rather than problems I will find better ways of doing things
- Collaborative: By respecting the views of others we will learn, grow and achieve more together
- Committed: I do what I say I am going to do and do the best job I can.
The 3 Cs are lived by all staff at CSCB. You will be expected to demonstrate your understanding of the behaviours associated with these values during the recruitment process.
Here at Eden Brown I am delighted to be working with a fantastic life-saving organisation that prides itself in providing people with the best chance of survival and recovery at a time when they need it the most. This organisation works tirelessly to save lives across the region, and the fundraising team plays an integral role in enabling the funds to allow the charity to do just this. An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Volunteer Manager to take the lead on the charity's volunteer programme, working flexibly across the region.
As Volunteer Manager you will be responsible for identifying new opportunities to grow the number of volunteers and ensure the right policies and procedures are in place to allow for this. A large part of the role will be ensuring volunteers are supported, empowered and have the essential materials and skills to carry out their roles effectively and ultimately have a great experience throughout their time with the organisation. Leading on the recruitment, induction, training, management and retention of volunteers this role is a real opportunity to ensure the success of the charity's volunteer programme.
To be considered for this role you should come to us with experience recruiting and managing volunteers and an up to date knowledge of current legislation and developments relating to volunteering. Confident, passionate and dedicated, you should posses excellent interpersonal skills and be known for your ability to communicate with a wide range of audiences with ease. This role also manages the charity's volunteer co-ordinator so would suit someone with some management experience, or the desire to move into a managerial role.
This really is a fantastic opportunity to make a real difference to this wonderful organisation and is a role not to be missed! Working across the region with an office base in Lincoln this role offers a varied and dynamic working environment and also a generous remuneration package. To register your interest, or find out more, contact Charlie at Eden Brown Charities.
Eden Brown is committed to equality in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. Eden Brown Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
Are you passionate about carers of people with dementia having their voices heard – we are!
Location: tide Head Office, 151 Dale Street, Liverpool, Merseyside L2 2AH. There will travel across the Merseyside and Cheshire area.
Benefits: 25 days’ holiday plus bank holidays, flexible working, pension, Medicash option, discounted gym membership option, staff development and training.
tide are looking for a dynamic Carer Involvement Lead covering Merseyside and Cheshire to join our team to help us establish, strengthen and increase the impact of tide across the area.
About the Life Story Network and tide
Life Story Network’s mission is to transform society through the power of life stories to unlock people’s potential and improve their wellbeing.
Our tide programme (soon to become a charity in its own right) works with carers of people with dementia, investing in their personal development to unlock their potential; we empower them to recognise their own value and the contribution they make as individuals and as a collective. We do this through our Carer Development Programme, our Involvement Network, and providing influencing opportunities at national, regional and local level.
We are looking for an enthusiastic Carer Involvement Lead to cover the Merseyside and Cheshire area, who will be able to recruit carers and former carers of people with dementia to the tide network, ensuring their development needs are identified and met through our development programme. The Carer Involvement Lead will enable the effective participation and involvement of tide members in local regional and national events.
As Carer Involvement Lead, you will:
- Have experience of recruiting and supporting volunteers.
- Be adept at networking and building relationships leading to strong external partnerships.
- Be willing and able to travel across Merseyside and Cheshire.
- Have a ‘hands-on’, ‘can-do’ attitude towards raising the awareness and impact of tide.
To apply, please visit our website via the Apply button.
Closing date: 24th September 2019
Assessment day and interview: 10th October 2019
Maternity Action is seeking an experienced individual to provide practical support for our policy and campaigns team and for our service evaluation. The work will include collating advice service and research data; evaluation phonecalls with service users; organising training and events; updating our contacts database; communicating using social media; and website updates.
We are looking for a well-organised individual with strong Excel and other IT skills, excellent spoken communication skills (including dealing with discussion of sensitive health issues), good written communication skills, experience of using social media, an understanding of the voluntary sector, good teamwork and an understanding of feminist principles.
The role will be part of our small team based in Old Street, London. The post is for 21 hours a week. We are flexible about start/finish time and days worked, within normal business hours.
This is a six month post with the possibility of extension. We would prefer the successful candidate to commence work as soon as possible and we can be flexible about holiday commitments.
Please send us an application outlining how you meet the selection criteria and your CV. Applications close 23.09.2019. Interviews will be held 03.10.2019.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Short Breaks Coordinator (Maternity Cover)
Location: South Gloucestershire
Department: Short Breaks
Hours of work: 36 hours per week (Fixed term – Maternity cover)
Salary: £23,908 - £29,022 per annum, pro rata
KIDS are a national charity which has been supporting disabled children, young people and their families since 1970.
We work with children, irrespective of their disability or impairment, from birth through to 25 years. Each year we support over 15,000 disabled children, offer over 120 different services and work with about 80 Local Authorities across England.
We are passionate, caring and trusted and our vision is a world in which all disabled children and young people realise their aspirations. We offer support and practical help for families, every step of the way.
About the Role
KIDS South West currently runs a short breaks service for disabled children and young people aged 0 – 18 years, supporting over 40 families across South Gloucestershire at home and in their community. KIDS are looking for an experienced energetic and motivated individual to manage the Short Breaks Service – as the post is fixed term, the successful candidate will be someone that is able to manage multiple priorities and develop service delivery.
The Coordinator will be responsible for the successful running of short breaks service, which includes the following areas;
- Recruitment, induction and supervision of a large team of short break sessional workers to ensure target hours are met
- Attendance of reviews, such as Education, Health and Care Plan reviews
- Assessments within the family home, linking workers with families and reviewing progress
- Liaison with the 0-25 team (formally the Children Health and Disability Team), Local Authority and other related professionals
- Ensuring the service is Care Quality Commission compliant
- Monitoring and review of service quality
To be able to carry out this role we would expect you to have the following characteristics:-
- NVQ Level 4 or equivalent holding/working towards appropriate professional qualification (supervisory / project management / social / domiciliary care
- A minimum of one year’s experience of supervising and/or managing staff/projects
- Three to five years’ experience in social / domiciliary care sector undertaking work of a similar nature
- Experience of managing safeguarding issues and working with vulnerable children/young people and their families
- Demonstrable understanding of the social model of disability and a rights-based approach
- Knowledge of relevant legislation and initiatives relating to short breaks services
- Experience of supporting and advising others in a professional capacity
- Experience of monitoring and reporting against agreed outcomes, to set deadlines and budgets.
- A car driver is essential to this role
Closing Date: Sunday 22nd September 2019
Interviews: Friday 27th September 2019
To Apply and for More Information:
If you would like to apply and find out more about this position, please click the apply button. You will be directed to our website where you can downloadthe job description and complete the online application process.
KIDS is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All children and young people we work with must, at all times, feel safe. KIDS practices safer recruitment. For certain roles successful applicants will be required to carry out a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.
KIDS is a disability Confident Committed Employer and an equal opportunities employer. We actively encourage applications from all sectors of the community.
No agencies please.
This is an exciting opportunity to play a key role in the development of fundraising work at Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust. As a Fundraising Officer, the post holder will have the opportunity to help us make a real difference by raising vital funds for our work supporting those affected by cervical cancer and cervical cell changes (abnormalities) and our work promoting prevention of cervical cancer through the HPV vaccine and cervical screening. Jo’s exciting vision is the elimination of cervical cancer in the UK.
We are looking for an enthusiastic and driven individual to help the team maximise income while providing support to our fundraisers, and donors, who are the backbone of our organisation. Many of our supporters have been through a cervical cancer diagnosis or have lost someone to the illness so are very engaged and passionate about the charity. The post holder will also have the scope to look for and develop bespoke activities for specific audiences within their portfolio such as Health Care Professionals.
The person we are looking for will be proactive and willing to build relationships and drive forward income generation rather than simply administrate what comes in. They will manage our relationships and stewardship with individual donors and fundraisers (who are carrying out activity to raise money for the Charity) and ensure there we promoting legacies at every opportunity. They will also play a key role in managing our fundraising materials and merchandise.
The post holder should have at least 1 year professional fundraising experience.
To apply for this role please send a CV and a covering letter to Emilia Carman, Head of Fundraising. Further information can be found on our website. Applications without a covering letter will not be considered.
Closing date for application: 12pm Thursday 19th September 2019
1st Interview date: Thursday 26th September 2019
2nd Interview date: Wednesday 2nd October 2019
Are you a learning and development professional with training experience? Want to support the success of an outstanding training programme and help our charity to continue providing exceptional financial support? If so, read on.
Money Advice Trust provides free information, advice and resources to help people successfully manage their finances. With demand for money advice consistently outstripping supply, finding more efficient ways of helping people is at the heart of our work.
We are now looking for a Training Officer to join us on an 11 month maternity cover contract, working 21 hours per week.
- £26,801 per annum FTE (Pro rata)
- Generous pension
- Death in Service
- 26 days’ annual leave pro rata plus Bank Holidays, the option to buy further leave and one duvet day per quarter (taken out of leave allowance)
This is a unique opportunity to join a forward-thinking charity as we transform the way we deliver our advice and learning and development services.
Money Advice Trust is an exceptional organisation to enhance your experience with. Not only do we live by a strong set of values that ensure all our teams are supportive, innovative and balanced, we also help hundreds of thousands of people each year through advice and face-to-face interaction.
As a Training Officer, you will co-ordinate the logistical operations of our free Wiseradviser training, which provides training to debt advisers across the UK.
Working as part of the Learning & Development Team, you will:
- Ensure the smooth enrolment and delivery of training courses
- Book tutors and venues
- Distribute tutor packs
- Help to produce and develop learning materials
- Monitor evaluation data and management information
- Ensure expenditure is within set budgets
To join us as a Training Officer, you will need:
- Experience of the operational delivery and administration of training
- Previous experience of working in learning and development
- Knowledge of learning management systems and the ability to report and analyse management information
- An understanding of the money advice sector
- Strong MS Office skills
Other organisations may call this role Training Administrator, Learning & Development Officer, Learning and Development Administrator, Training Delivery Officer, Training Co-ordinator or Learning & Development Co-ordinator.
Webrecruit and Money Advice Trust are equal opportunities employers, value diversity and are strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and all applicants for employment. Equal opportunities are the only acceptable way to conduct business and we believe that the more inclusive our environments are, the better our work will be.
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West Hammersmith or North/East Finsbury Park, London (with travel across 8 London boroughs)
We are Advance, a women-only organisation dedicated to helping women cope and recover from experiences of domestic abuse, as well as women who are at risk of offending or with short term sentences to reduce offending.
Our Minerva service works with those involved in the criminal justice system and offers safe, targeted support and advocacy to women. It aims to reduce re-offending, encourage desistance amongst repeat offenders, divert women from criminal justice involvement as early as possible and reduce the number of custodial sentences imposed by courts.
We’re currently looking for a Regional Team & Centre Manager to oversee the delivery of the Minerva WrapAround service, a programme providing enhanced support to women and girls who have committed crime and are at risk of re-offending, with complex multiple needs.
- Salary of £32,000 - £34,000 DOE (including London Weighting)
- 30 days’ holiday per annum plus Bank Holidays
- A day off for International Women’s Day
If you have experience of working within the criminal justice system, this is an excellent opportunity to take on a challenging, but highly rewarding role where you’ll make a difference to lives on a daily basis.
Within a welcoming and forward-thinking environment, you will have the chance to drive the success of programmes that are empowering women and enabling them to live safer, happier lives.
So, if you’re looking for the opportunity to share your expertise and make a positive, lasting difference, we’d love to hear from you.
As the Regional Team & Centre Manager, you’ll implement and oversee the Minerva WrapAround service at one of our two London Regional Women’s Centres.
You’ll also develop and deliver a specialist programme of workshops and groups, as well as other specialist services, in partnership with voluntary sector organisations and the statutory agencies of each borough.
Specifically, you will:
- Ensure services are delivered to a high standard in-line with safeguarding requirements
- Recruit, develop and manage Regional Co-ordinators and Key Workers
- Build positive relationships with partner agencies and organisations
- Monitor and evaluate data and identify any issues
To join us as a Regional Team & Centre Manager, you’ll need:
- Experience of working in the criminal justice system, such as within or in partnership with probation services or similar offender services
- Strong experience of supervising staff or volunteers, particularly co-located staff, including managing performance and achieving targets through reviewing individual and team practice
- In-depth knowledge of issues facing women offenders and those at risk of offending, both within and outside of the criminal justice system
- Thorough knowledge of safeguarding practice, procedures and legislation
- A qualification in a relevant discipline, such as management, law, social work, probation studies, education, health or youth work (or equivalent experience)
Please note: only female applicants will be progressed as being female is deemed to be a genuine occupational requirement under Schedule 9, Paragraph 1 of the Equality Act 2010.
Other organisations may call this role Criminal Justice Support Manager, Women’s Centre Manager, Community Support Manager, Outreach Manager, Community Outreach Manager, Programme Manager, Senior Social Worker or Community Outreach Supervisor.
We’d also like to speak with you if you’ve worked in a Crime, Criminal, Justice or Re-offending related field.
The closing date for applications is the 22nd September 2019.
Advance is committed to equality and diversity and strongly encourages applications from women with disabilities, from BME backgrounds and the LBT community.
So, if you’re seeking your next challenge as a Regional Team & Centre Manager, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.
Working hours: 35 hours per week
Community Fundraising Officer (12 Month Contract)
Aldershot, Hampshire (with travel to visit community groups)
We are Step by Step (SbS), a charity dedicated to supporting local young people who are going through hard times, including homelessness. Founded in 1987, we provide accommodation, personal development opportunities and specialist support services to help young people identify and fulfil their aspirations.
We’re now looking for a Community Fundraising Officer to join us on a 12 month contract and raise income from community groups.
- Salary of circa £27,000 per annum DOE
- Pension scheme
- Employee assistance programme
- 25 days’ leave plus Bank Holidays (rising with service)
- Flexible working patterns
- The option to work from home
- Free parking
- Work laptop and mobile phone
If you are an enthusiastic fundraising professional with great relationship-building skills, this is an incredible opportunity to take on a rewarding contract where you can make a real difference.
The funds you raise will directly support our vital work, providing young people with the support and resources they need to overcome challenges and build brighter futures.
You will have the chance to work alongside an honest, open team who are passionate about changing lives and strive for excellence in all they do.
As a Community Fundraising Officer, you will increase the income we receive from community groups, such as schools, churches and golf clubs.
In this exciting role, you’ll visit community groups throughout the area, build positive relationships and tell them about how they can help to transform young people’s lives.
Reporting to the Senior Fundraising Manager, you will:
- Help to market and promote community-based campaigns
- Identify and secure new community supporters for our charity
- Steward and manage existing community supporters
- Support events and activities to drive income
To join us as a Community Fundraising Officer, you will need:
- Experience in a fundraising role and a successful track record of hitting fundraising targets
- Previous experience of using a database
- Basic budgeting and financial knowledge
- Proficiency in MS Office
- A full driving licence, access to your own vehicle and a willingness to travel
Other organisations may call this role Charity Fundraiser, Fundraising Associate, Fundraising Assistant, Fundraising Officer, Fundraising Executive, Fundraising Co-ordinator or Community Fundraising Co-ordinator.
Webrecruit and Step by Step are equal opportunities employers, value diversity and are strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and all applicants for employment. Equal opportunities are the only acceptable way to conduct business and we believe that the more inclusive our environments are, the better our work will be.
So, if you are ready for your next role as a Community Fundraising Officer, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.
Working hours: 40 hours per week (with some evening and weekend work)
Conference & Events Assistant
British Association of Dermatologists
The Conference & Event Services department of the British Association of Dermatologists is looking for an enthusiastic person to join their small team. The successful candidate will have an interest in organising conferences and events and a willingness to learn. The position represents a good introduction to all aspects of organising meetings in the medical charity sector.
Report to: Conference & Event Services Manager
The Conference & Events Assistant will be responsible for the administrative duties of the Conference & Event Services Department (CES). The postholder will assist the Conference & Event Services Manager and the Events Co-Ordinators with the organisation of the Annual Meeting and other events produced by the CES Department.
Main Duties and Responsibilities
- Provide assistance to the CES Manager with regards to the Annual Meeting and other meetings organised by the CES Department.
- Provide front line response to all incoming enquiries to the Conference department
- Onsite support at events.
- Registration of delegates and maintaining of delegate database.
- Mailing of conference literature.
- Dealing with delegate enquiries prior to the events and on-site.
- Assist in proof reading of conference literature.
- Assist in the co-ordination of the social Programme for the Annual Meeting
- Provide some front of house assistance for internal meetings held within the Central London Headquarters Office.
The following skills and attributes are necessary:
- Enthusiastic and confident individual interested in learning about all aspects of event management in a busy environment.
- Able to handle a variety of administrative duties, with the ability to multi-task.
- Good organisational skills with attention to detail.
- Comfortable communicating with a wide range of people via phone, email and face-to face.
- The ability to work to deadlines.
- Good MS Office skills, including Word, Outlook and Excel.
- Able to work outside of contracted hours during events.
To apply online with a CV and covering letter outlining why you think you would be suitable for the position.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.