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Engineers Against Poverty (EAP) is a leader in infrastructure and international development with strong links with development agencies, government and industry. We develop research, policy and practice in infrastructure investment, labour standards, climate change, transparency and accountability and local content in line with our mission to help reduce and eventually eliminate poverty.
EAP is seeking a self-motivated Programme Manager to help deliver quality results with its growing portfolio of programmes. Across the programmes you oversee, you’ll be responsible for coordinating their successful delivery of quality results. Initially you will focus on an anti-corruption programme funded by the US Government and EAP’s contribution towards FCDO’s Green Cities and Infrastructure programme. You will work with EAP's senior leadership and its advisors, project partners and beneficiaries, funders and other stakeholders to maximise positive impact. You’ll strengthen EAP's programmes by managing specific budgets, KPIs, project plans, sub-grants and monitoring and evaluation efforts using established systems.
The programmes and projects you will work on will vary and evolve over time, as we strengthen donor and client relationships together. You’ll also have a role in shaping our future work, contributing to business development by coordinating grant proposals, commercial bids and strategic partnerships. You will also help to organise board meetings and international workshops.
Across all our programmes, professional communication, branding of EAP and stakeholder (new) engagement and management is key. Programme delivery is rarely linear so you must be comfortable in rapidly evolving and dynamic environments.
The appointee will also take on for the same role for CoST, the Infrastructure Transparency Initiative – a transparency and accountability programme which operates in 20 countries and for which EAP hosts its International Secretariat.
You will be working remotely with in-person team meetings usually held in London 4 to 5 times a year. We are open to candidates living outside of the UK.
If you wish to apply, pllease submit a CV with a one page covering letter by 10am GMT Monday 11 December 2023.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Do you want to be part of creating a more just and equitable society? Facing History & Ourselves uses lessons of history to challenge teachers and their students to stand up to bigotry and hate. Join our growing team to help us ensure more young people grow up to be critical and empathetic thinkers, who are equipped to stand up against injustice and play their role as active responsible community members. As part of our growing programme team, you will help us to bring Facing History’s approach and resources to a growing number of educators and provide support to them as they implement our work in their classrooms.
The Programme Associate delivers Facing History training and support to educators, helps to build and engage our network of teachers and, using Facing History’s pedagogical framework, creates clear and accessible curriculum materials and resources.
The Programme Associate will initially be managed by the Executive Director and be accountable to our Senior Programme Associate (responsible for programme delivery) and Senior Curriculum Developer (responsible for developing and adapting educational resources) respectively for work that falls into their areas of responsibility.
This post holder will be required to attend meetings in London and there will be travel across the UK. Proximity to good transport links is therefore essential.
Key Duties and Accountabilities
Working alongside the programme team, the postholder will have the following key duties and responsibilities:
Programme Delivery: planning, preparing for and delivering training for educators both online and in person.
Teacher Community Support and Engagement: creating relationships with teachers across our community, and running events and opportunities for them to engage more effectively with the organisation. Supporting the development of our teacher engagement journey and implementing new elements of this as they are developed. Supporting our developing online communities, and working to build and expand membership and engagement with them. Supporting evaluation and monitoring of the work, utilising relationships with teachers to secure their participation in surveys, focus groups and evaluation studies, as needed. Working with the Programme Administrator to ensure that regular communications go out to the educator network and to keep the database up to date.
Programme Partnerships: alongside the Senior Programme Associate identifying and developing partnerships with schools, academy trusts (England), regional bodies and third sector organisations who can help to disseminate our work and become potential delivery partners.
Content Development: alongside the Senior Curriculum Developer, developing web- and print-based content for teachers and students, including lesson plans, units, study guides, and other resources. Researching, writing, and summarising complex histories to provide context for resources. Maintaining knowledge and expertise in best practices in teaching, pedagogy, and assessment, and ensuring those practices are reflected as appropriate in Facing History content. Providing content for our Ideas This Week website page and providing other means of supporting teachers to respond to current events in their classrooms. In conjunction with the Programme Administrator write / review content for Facing History UK social media activity linked to existing and newly developed resources.
Other: contributing to the smooth operation and effectiveness of the charity as part of a small team, representing the charity at events and conferences as required, and supporting the work of other members of the team as reasonably required.
To apply, upload your up-to-date CV (two sides of A4 or less) and a covering letter / statement (two sides of A4 or less) which clearly outlines, with examples, how your experience matches the Core Competencies and Skills required for the role. Please also complete and return the Equal Opportunities form included in the downloads section. Apply via Charity Job and upload these documents.
Closing date is Monday 8th January at 10am. Initial interviews will take place w/c 15th and 22 January.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
As Regional Manager you will represent, manage and co-ordinate FoodCycle for your allocated regional Projects. Our Projects are spaces where volunteers are empowered to run their own community meals using surplus food.
You will manage local relationships with venues, community partners, supermarkets and volunteer recruitment channels to enable this to happen. You will continually be looking to increase our impact by working towards targets of increased meals served to our guests, expanding our existing Projects and setting up new ones within Yorkshire and The Humber.
As an excellent communicator, you will manage the volunteers at each Project ensuring they are trained, supported and on-message with FoodCycle strategy, ensuring that volunteers are confident enough to self-organise and make a success of their Projects.
You will have experience of programme planning, delivery and development including community led/owned programmes. You will also have experience of building relationships with a range of stakeholders, including other charities, local authorities, funders and local champions. A full driving license and access to a vehicle for work purposes is essential for this exciting role.
How to apply: Please upload a CV of no more than two sides, and a covering note/letter of no more than two sides explaining why you are suitable for the role, via our vacancy website.
Deadline for your application: 20th December, however we will interview candidates as applications come in. We reserve the right to close the vacancy early, and we encourage candidates to apply asap!
Benefits: We offer 26.5 holiday (including Christmas close down) plus bank holidays, and a flexible and friendly work environment. Staff benefit from our private medical package and our pension scheme, available after three months.
This role is home based with frequent travel to projects in Leeds, Sheffield, Hull and Bradford.
FoodCycle is an equal opportunity employer, and we value diversity and inclusion. We are a Disability Confident Scheme member. Please email our Recruitment inbox if you require assistance or adjustments when applying.
Please note that you will need to have existing Right to Work in the UK to apply for this role. We do not hold a sponsor licence therefore we are unable to provide Visa sponsorship.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
You are an experienced peacebuilder and manager of people and programmes, and have worked previously in Sudan. You have proven ability in designing and adapting programmes, keeping them relevant and accountable in complex local contexts, ideally in Darfur.
Concordis has worked in Sudan and South Sudan since we were formed as an organisation in 2004. The devastation caused by the current war is heart-breaking, but it also reminds us of the vital importance of peacebuilding.
Concordis continues to implement directly in South Darfur, with a team of eight national staff who remain in Darfur and three more working from outside the country. The team consulted over 3,500 people before the war began and identified a network of 103 local peacebuilders across South Darfur. We work alongside national partner Malam Darfur Peace and Development, and support local peacebuilders where conflict is fought and felt. You’ll take on leadership of the team 18 months into the current EU grant.
You also have a track record of engaging effectively and proactively with international donors, sharing analysis, communicating the vision and winning funds. You’ll use those skills as you adapt the current programme to meet entry points for peacebuilding, as you work with the team and local partners in designing the next steps, and as you work collaboratively with donors in keeping them on board.
Despite the evident challenges, we see opportunities and an urgent need to support local peacebuilders in managing South Darfur’s myriad local conflicts, to prevent them escalating or from becoming instrumentalised in the war. There are also emerging opportunities to expand on this programme elsewhere in Darfur, and with Darfuri herders displaced into South Sudan and beyond.
This will require visionary leadership and the skill and drive to navigate a way forward in the coming months and years. Concordis’ peacebuilding programme in South Darfur is primarily about promoting peaceful coexistence amongst and between pastoralist groups and the settled population. This mirrors our existing work over the border in Central African Republic, where we engage with some of the same pastoralists during the dry season, and complements our ongoing work along the border of Sudan and South Sudan, including in Abyei.
This work can demand a lot from all of us, and we have high expectations for the person in this post, but they’ll be part of a supportive team, leading an exciting programme, helping to make a measurable change for peace.
Please take care to complete the application form in full, as we’ll assess whether you meet the person specification based solely on the answers given in the application form.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Do you want to join an organisation committed to addressing low literacy and numeracy levels amongst people in prison?
Our three year strategy is working well with improvements and expansions to our delivery model, a renewed vision and mission and we want to continue to develop and grow. To support this, we are recruiting for a new programme manager to grow our programmes and contracts in our Yorkshire region and surrounding areas. We are seeking proactive, committed, and enthusiastic applicants to join our team and help us continue our journey.
Working closely with people in prison, prison managers, Shannon Trust staff and volunteers you will ensure development of our criminal programmes maximising literacy and numeracy learning opportunities for people across a number of prisons and contracts in your area.
Ideally you will have some experience of prison settings, managing teams and contract performance, underpinned by the ability to build relationships and personal qualities that include resilience, determination and a problem-solving approach. We want to hear from applicants who can lead, drive performance and who are as committed to the cause as we are.
This is a home-based role but does require travel across our central region and some work based onsite in the prisons.
Employee benefits include a company contribution to pension scheme of up to 5%, 30 days holiday plus bank holidays, life insurance, paid volunteering days, discounts via Reward Gateway and an Employee Assistance Programme. The biggest benefit though is our culture – our people really want to work for the organisation.
We welcome job applications from people with lived experience of the criminal justice system and do not routinely ask for details of any criminal convictions. These roles do require prison security clearance, so we will need to ask for details of any relevant criminal convictions before an offer of employment is finalised.
Interviews are planned for 20th December 2023.
Location: Home Based
Salary: 35,000 FTE
Hours: Full Time (35 hours per week)
Benefits: Standard Shannon Trust: Employee benefits include a company contribution to pension scheme of up to 5%, 30 days holiday plus bank holidays, life insurance, paid volunteering days, discounts via Reward Gateway and an Employee Assistance Programme.
About Voice 21
Voice 21 is the national oracy education charity. We exist to empower every child to use their voice for success in school and life. Our work transforms learning and life chances through talk by increasing access to a high-quality oracy education for those that need it most. Follow the links to find out more about why oracy is so vital and the impact Voice 21 has.
Tackle a vital challenge, with great people. Voice 21 exists to transform childrens’ learning and life chances through talk and we are aiming to be working with 2,000 schools a year by 2025. To reach this goal we recruit great people and give them real responsibility, training and support.
Output focused culture, with flexible working opportunities. We have an agile and flexible approach – our team can work when and wherever works best to deliver the requirements of their role. For staff working at home, we support them to create a workspace and provide technology that enables them to work effectively.
Real development opportunities. We believe in supporting people to develop the skills they need to be excellent – whether this means funding external training, finding a mentor to support them or giving them the time to learn from others in the organisations through our regular CPD sessions. We also offer paid study leave for team members taking part in formal studies outside of work.
Great benefits. 33 days holiday (inclusive of bank holidays) and additional Christmas closure period. Holiday entitlement increases linked to length of service, 5% employer contribution to pension, interest-free season ticket, cycle and technology loans, employee assistance scheme.
To facilitate the Voice 21 approach in Voice 21 Oracy Schools through leading professional development and school improvement programmes, and by designing and delivering high impact learning experiences and materials for teachers and school leaders.
Quality programme delivery
Lead high quality professional development and school improvement programmes in our Pathways and Open Learning for groups of teachers. These may be delivered in person, online or in school.
Deliver transformative consultancy support, working with teachers and school leaders to design and implement bespoke improvement plans for their oracy provision, including through in school consultancy support and one-to-one advice.
Build credibility and purposeful relationships with programme participants, both at programme days and touchpoints, and on an on-going basis to drive impact in our schools.
Be responsible for participant learning and experience on your programmes, upholding high standards for all elements such as preparation, adapting to participant needs, content and rigour, on-going interactions and support, and participant feedback.
Learning content & programme development
Proactively share insights and learning from the programmes you deliver, proposing and shaping solutions to enable Voice 21 to continually improve its programme offer.
Apply and share expertise through varied outputs such as teaching materials, online learning content, resources, written or video outputs. Proactively identify and respond to opportunities or gaps and fulfil briefs or commissions.
Contribute to the continual improvement of Voice 21’s programmes, through development and review cycles, based on first-hand learning from our schools, content expertise, programme insights and external research and evidence.
Team and organisational contribution
Act as an ambassador for Voice 21’s national oracy expertise, communicating the value and impact of our approach at conferences, events and through publications.
Embody and communicate oracy teaching and learning expertise within the organisation, acting as a resource for the wider team and making contributions to organisational priorities, projects, campaigns and events, outputs and publications etc.
Continually and proactively develop your own and others’ expertise in Voice 21’s approach to a high quality oracy education, and use this to leverage impact for our schools through tangible learning outputs.
Identify and carry out other tasks commensurate to the level and spirit of the role as required.
You are an excellent teacher (primary or secondary).
You are passionate about teaching and learning, and the role of talk in learning. You have used talk to support learning in your classroom.
You have experience leading whole-school change and inspiring teachers to embrace new approaches and ideas.
You have a knowledge of a range of speaking and listening techniques and contexts for oracy, these could include: debate, dialogic teaching, storytelling, public speaking or communication and language development.
You are a strong communicator both when working in a small team and when facilitating learning for large groups of adults.
You are flexible, can think on your feet and can bring your own experiences to the work we do.
You are highly-organised, look for solutions and can prioritise and manage a varied workload.
You are willing to travel nationally on a frequent basis (2-3 days a week) during term time; this will include regular overnight stays.
We are particularly interested to hear from applicants who live in the South West of England or Wales, although all applications will be considered. Please send your most recent CV and a document answering the questions
- Tell us why you want to work at Voice 21. What is it about us and our mission that excites you? (Max. 400 words)
Making direct reference to the job description, please tell us the three main reasons why you would make an excellent Programme Lead (Max. 400 words).
Tell us about something you have achieved recently that you are proud of? (Max 200 words)
Closing date: Monday 11th December, 5pm
Interview date: W/C 18th December 2023
Start date: January, 2023
Terms: Permanent, subject to successful probation review at 3 months.
Contract: This is a full time post, but we would welcome applications from those looking for 0.8 FTE.
Location: We are looking to appoint someone who is based in the South West of England, or Wales as a preference. Home-based with frequent national travel, including overnight stays, to work with schools and attend meetings. Applicants must hold a valid UK driving licence and have access to a car they can use for work.
Valuing every voice
Voice 21 believes that every voice should be heard and valued. We are committed to the equal treatment of all current and prospective employees and do 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 Voice 21.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Live Music Programme Manager
Are you passionate about live music? Do you want to work within an arts setting in a role that offers home-based, flexible working?
We are looking for a Live Music Programme Manager to support the delivery of live music experiences, improving the health and wellbeing of children and adults through the healing power of live music.
Position: Live Music Programme Manager
Hours: Part-time, 25 hours – working pattern to be agreed
Salary: £36,000 - £38,000 pro rata
Benefits: Excellent benefits package including 35 days per year (inclusive of bank holidays), Employer Pension contribution of 6%, Death in Service benefits, access to an Employee Assistance Programme and the opportunity for flexible working.
Closing Date: 22nd December
Please note shortlisting will be taking place on a rolling basis and this role may close earlier than advertised.
Interview Date: w/c 8 January 2024
You will have overall responsibility for service delivery of the high-quality live music programmes for adults and children in health and care settings, against strategic purpose and impact aims, achieving all operational targets and improving the health and wellbeing of children and adults through the healing power of live music.
Main Duties and Responsibilities
· Live Music Programme Management, ensuring consistent implementation of UK-wide strategies, policies and initiatives.
· With the Live Music Managers in each geographical area of responsibility, develop the operational plan and the programme of live music, delivering the milestones, targets and impact agreed.
· Ensuring the effective management of any service delivery and contractual agreements linked to delivery and budget management.
· Contribute to UK-wide activities and events as required.
· Engaging and working with musicians
· Represent the charity to develop and grow stakeholder relationships across the UK, building strong local connections and effective networks in line with strategic objectives, including NHS places and spaces, health and social care providers, academics and patient groups.
You will have a proven track record of service delivery within the health or care sectors and a passion for live music.
You will have experience of:
· People management and an ability to inspire and lead others
· Managing relationships and account management across a varied workload
· Drafting, reviewing and managing service delivery contracts, including negotiation at the relevant level
· Managing project budgets ensuring completion within budget and deadlines
· Budgeting income and expenditure
· Working within a safeguarding environment
· Reporting against key performance indicators
When applying for this role you will be asked to submit a CV and Covering letter of no more than 2 sides of A4.
Why join the team?
We welcome applications from candidates with transferable skills outside of the charity sector, or from someone looking for their first line management role and will support your development alongside other fantastic benefits:
· Flexibility to work from home anywhere throughout the UK
· Opportunity to work your hours flexibly
· 35 days annual leave per year (pro rata) including the opportunity to take most bank holidays when you choose
· Employer pension contribution of up to 6%
· Employee assistance programme
· Budget for personal development and training
· Positive organisation culture with a firm understanding of supporting remote teams
· Opportunity to help share live music with people who may not otherwise get to experience it.
The organisation adheres to high safeguarding standards, and successful applicants will require a DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) or equivalent check.
The charity is committed to becoming an organisation which reflects society and promotes diversity and inclusion, and would particularly welcome applications from people who are currently under-represented, including disabled people and those from Black, Asian and other minority ethnic communities.
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PLEASE NOTE: This role is being advertised by NFP People on behalf of the organisation.
This role is an exciting and important opportunity to join the Foundation’s research team and work closely with the Director of Research to drive forward our ambitious new research strategy, on behalf of all those affected by MND.
My Name’5 Doddie Foundation was set up by rugby legend, Doddie Weir, who was diagnosed with Motor Neuron Disease (MND) in 2017. A devastating disease with no effective treatments and no cure, each of us have a 1:300 lifetime risk of developing MND. The condition takes the life of one third within a year of diagnosis and half within two years.
The Foundation has a single, clear vision: a world free of MND. Funding research lies at the heart of everything we do; it’s what allows world-leading experts to investigate potential drugs, expedite new treatments and, fundamentally, work towards finding a cure for this disease. In April 2023, we launched our ambitious new research strategy “Catalysing a Cure” which outlines our continued commitment to our vision and to all people affected by MND.
About the role
The post-holder will have a strategic mindset, a track record of successful research management and experience of drug-discovery, gained either in the bio-pharmaceutical industry or an academic setting. The role’s core responsibility will be to lead on the implementation of strategic projects and funding programmes in priority areas, to support the implementation of our research strategy. This will include working with the MND community to identify research barriers, designing bespoke solutions and strategic partnerships, then administering, monitoring, evaluating and reporting on the performance of awards, ensuring the outputs are of the highest quality and supporting the charities activities.
Work closely with the MND research community to identify key research challenges and engage with all relevant stakeholders to build consensus and develop detailed scopes for future projects, funding programmes or partnerships.
Lead the development, peer review and management of strategic funding programmes in priority research areas by:
- Delivering competitive funding calls according to AMRC guidance, including developing and overseeing dedicated peer review processes with the right expertise and knowledge in place to provide robust due diligence;
- Working closely with the fundraising team to identify and engage potential co-funders (philanthropic, industry, investors) to secure major gifts;
- Managing project set-up, including contracting, the development of detailed project plans, including go/no-go milestones and budgets;
- Building and managing relationships with award holders and maintain regular communication through the project life cycle;
- Managing and overseeing delivery of approved programmes, including monitoring of progress according to agreed timelines and deliverables (including written updates, site visits and formal reports) and managing project finances, including reviewing and approval of invoices and monitoring project expenditure;
- Working with the Directors of Research and Finance to ensure that accurate research finance information is available for organisational budgeting and planning.
Lead on the development and management of strategic partnership opportunities to support the implementation of the Foundation’s research strategy by;
- Championing opportunities for potential partnerships, preparing proposal documents, briefing and engagement plans to develop relationships as well as acting as a liaison with both internal and external stakeholders;
- Leading on implementation of strategic partnerships including the development of operational models and contractual frameworks etc.;
- Being responsible for delivery of strategic partnerships, as well as their ongoing monitoring and evaluation.
Identify opportunities to communicate the impact of our research, and work closely with other members of the team to develop engaging content for our supporters.
Skills and experience required
- Educated to PhD level or with equivalent experience in biomedical science (e.g. biology, pharmacology, medicinal chemistry);
- Working experience of drug-discovery, gained either in the bio-pharmaceutical industry or an academic setting;
- A track record of successful inception, design and delivery of large research programmes and project portfolios involving multiple organisations;
- A strategic mindset with experience of operating with varying levels of ambiguity and uncertainty, with the ability to create clarity of direction;
- Experience of liaising with senior individuals in a variety of organisations with an ability to create favourable working relationships;
- Proven project management skills, with the ability to manage multiple projects at the same time;
- A great communicator, with excellent written and oral skills and the ability to maintain relationships with a wide variety of individuals, including those within the Foundation, researchers and clinicians, relevant organisations and industry bodies, people living with MND, and other relevant charities;
- Self-motivated, proactive and able to work using own initiative;
- Organised, with a proven ability to successfully manage a broad spectrum of tasks, deadlines and individuals;
- Motivated to make a real difference for those affected by MND.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Project Manager - Drug and Alcohol Impact Programme for Student Wellbeing
SOS-UK is a sustainability and wellbeing charity, launched by the National Union of Students’ in October 2019.
We are an education charity focusing on sustainability, we work across all forms of education and through our work we aim to:
- Get more students leading on, and learning for, sustainability.
- Repurpose the education system around the climate emergency and ecological crises.
- Make sustainability more inclusive, so it is for everyone.
We believe that when students lead on sustainability, they learn about it, picking up the vital knowledge, skills and competencies needed to help transform society into a more just and sustainable place.
Find out more about SOS-UK, who we are and what we do by visiting our website.
ABOUT THE ROLE
On the back of our successful pro-environmental behaviour change work, in 2013, the Home Office funded NUS to develop a parallel programme to promote the responsible consumption of alcohol by students. Alcohol Impact was launched in 2014, and it has grown year on year. The programme is a supported accreditation mark for students’ unions and their institutions working together to encourage students to consume alcohol responsibly and provide an inclusive campus for those who do not drink. From October 2019, The programme is managed and run by SOS-UK.
Based on the success of Alcohol Impact, in 2020, SOS-UK developed a parallel accreditation programme Drug and Alcohol Impact. Drug & Alcohol Impact is our whole-institution strategic framework designed to embed responsible drinking on our campuses and develop drug harm reduction policies and interventions to reduce the negative outcomes of student drug use.
You will work alongside the Senior Project Manager for Alcohol Impact, Drug and Alcohol Impact and Drink Rethink – as well as a mix of our smaller projects and campaigns.
Key responsibilities include:
- Project management of our wellbeing programmes, projects and campaigns.
- Acting as the first point of contact for students and staff at your allocated organisations.
- Contribution to the development of programme resources and communications.
- Planning, designing and delivering engaging training sessions.
- Contributing to the monitoring and evaluation of programmes.
Please read the full description of the role’s responsibilities and person specification (knowledge, skills, attributes, qualifications and experience) available to download from this page.
We’re totally committed to equality of opportunity for all. We welcome applications from individuals regardless of their age, disability, ethnicity, gender, race, religion, sexual orientation.
We particularly welcome applications from Black, Asian and minority ethnic candidates, as they are currently under-represented within SOS-UK.
We recognise that candidates from Black, Asian and Minoritised-Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds are under-represented in our organisation, and that there are often additional barriers present for people from these groups when applying for roles in the charity sector and beyond. We are committed to taking positive action to expand the diversity of our staff team, and if you meet the minimum criteria for a role (at least 80% of the criteria in the person specification) and are from a BAME background, you'll be guaranteed a first stage interview. It is important to note that this scheme guarantees an interview for candidates who meet the minimum criteria and tell us that they'd like to be considered under the scheme. The selection decision at interview will be based on the most suitable candidate, regardless of any protected characteristic.
Find out more about what it’s like working for SOS-UK. If you would like to speak to a member of SOS-UK staff not involved in the interview process about how your experience might meet the requirements of the role, please get in touch.
Please apply via our online application form, we are unable to accept CVs. If you are unable to complete or application due to accessibility needs please contact us.
Please state on your application where you are likely to be located.
Closing date for applications: 3rd December 2023
Interview dates: 13th and 14th December 2023
Preferred start date: January/early February 2024, can be flexible for the right candidate.
Location: England / Wales
Contract Type: Full time, Fixed Term Contract
Benefits: We believe we have a fair and transparent pay framework. Our salary bands and pay gaps are public. We have always paid at least the real living wage and are an accredited Living Wage Employer. We do not offer any unpaid/non-credit-bearing placement opportunities or work experience. We offer up to 6% pension contributions, annual cost of living increases and annual spine-point salary increases until the top of your band. Other benefits include: Support and paid time for learning and development in your role and to support onward progression (if desired) Cycle-to-work scheme Eye care vouchers Free flu vaccinations Work laptop and home-office equipment where needed Health Cash Plan and Employee Assistance Programme via HSF A minimum of 27 days paid annual leave, plus bank holidays (pro rata for part-time staff or those on contracts for under 12 months). Additional leave is awarded for each year of service, up to 30 days Discretionary paid leave over the Christmas break for everyone Various other leave allowances, as agreed with line managers, including for (but not limited to): Parents, carers and dependents: support and understanding for family emergencies and caring for dependents Employee volunteering: up to three days paid leave per year which you are encouraged to take - pro rata for part-time staff Medical appointments: reasonable time off during working hours including time for fertility treatment and gender reassignment Religious or belief-related obligations Study
Reports to:Head of Media, Brand and Relationships
Location:Remote (UK based) / Bristol / London
Salary: £42,750 per year
Length of contract: 37 Hours per week, permanent
Closing date: 9am Wednesday 13th December
Interviews: Stage 1: 10th-11th January 2024
Stage 2: 17th-18th January 2024
Please note that we do not invite enquiries from recruitment agencies.
Main Purpose of Post
This role manages organisational marketing and supports income generation. The main purpose of the post is to create marketing strategies and marketing communications to promote Women’s Aid’s products and services to its target audiences. The Marketing Manager will create and implement a new marketing strategy, crucial to the ongoing development of WA profile. Understanding the needs of the charity, you will be responsible in identifying marketing plans and initiatives which will enable WA to meet both the long and short- term needs. You will lead in the planning and implementation of creative marketing activities and will work closely with Head of Media, Brand and Relationships to deliver the success of the strategy.
Line manages: Communications Officer for Training and Education team; Communications Officer for Fundraising team (both part-time posts)
DUTIES AND KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
Will lead on marketing planning and activities for the organisation, under the direction of the Head of Media, Brand and Relationships and working alongside business development colleagues.
To be accountable for increasing demand for products and services and increasing leads and opportunities for the charity.
To understand the motivations of why people, engage with our services and products, and to codify this to create journeys for those who engage with us.
To line manage the Communications Officer for the National Training Centre and Communications Officer for the training team.
To oversee market research to understand our positioning within the market and to keep up to date with market trends, working closely with the Business Development Managers to collate relevant data.
To create an omni channel organisational marketing strategy, targeted towards our multiple audiences and meeting their needs, using a range of channels including online and social media.
To work in collaboration with other colleagues and organisations to ensure that marketing is informed by charitable objectives and income targets.
To be able to work with budgets and create realistic targets and KPIs for direct reports.
Represent Women’s Aid at events as required.
To maintain clear and adequate records of work completed; and to produce reports on work programmes and activities as required by management.
To contribute to team meetings and organisational priorities, to prepare and participate in supervision and appraisal meetings as required.
To take direction on projects and priorities from your line manager, this may vary from time to time.
To assist in the organisation of meetings, conferences or events organised by Women’s Aid, if required.
To provide support and assistance to the Media, Brand and Relationships Team and Women’s Aid’s CEO as necessary.
To abide by all organisational policies, codes of conduct and practices, and to work within a framework of equal opportunities and anti-discriminatory practice.
To be flexible within the broad remit of the post.
This job may involve occasional unsocial hours and travel throughout England.
Significant experience of working in marketing, minimum of three years.
Experience of line management.
Experience of working effectively with a range of stakeholders, building relationships at a high level and work collaboratively.
Experience of maintaining systems for information storage and retrieval.
Experience of online communications/websites/social media, including Content Management Systems.
Budget management experience
Proven track record of successful results from marketing initiatives
Have experience in delivering multi-channel marketing campaigns
Experience marketing in a charity environment.
SKILLS & ABILITIES Essential:
Ability to market products and packages, while keeping organisational values at heart of approach.
Effective communications skills both written and verbal,
Good influencing skills
Ability to produce high quality written material, for copy writing, copy editing and marketing materials.
Ability to carry out a range of research and information-gathering activities.
Ability to provide effective customer services to a wide range of individuals and organisations and to maintain and develop positive relationships.
IT skills, including accurate data inputting skills, ability to use Microsoft programmes, understanding of Content Management Systems and troubleshooting simple website problems, and willingness to learn new packages and IT skills as required.
Ability to communicate sensitively with survivors of domestic abuse to discuss case studies.
Ability to work on own initiative and prioritise work, work to tight deadlines and respond to urgent unplanned demands.
Experience of Adobe Creative Suite or similar desktop publishing programmes used to create documents and web banners.
An understanding of the requirement to maintain confidentiality in relevant areas of work.
A basic understanding of, and sensitivity to, the issues relating to domestic abuse, including the nature of domestic abuse and its impact on women and children.
An understanding of the principles and practices of marketing.
We welcome applications from candidates who hold a marketing or communications qualification however no formal qualification is required
Able to demonstrate a commitment and sensitivity of the aims and objectives of Women’s Aid;
Commitment to anti-discriminatory practice and equal opportunities;
Willingness to work occasional unsocial hours as required.
Summary of Terms and Conditions of Employment
Terms of appointment: Confirmation of appointment will be subject to the satisfactory completion of a probationary period. This will normally be of six months (less for short term contracts). During this time an employee will be expected to establish their suitability for the post. During the probationary period employment may be terminated in writing, giving one week's notice by either party (this may be waived by mutual agreement). Only any statutory dismissal procedure will apply during the probationary period. There is no probationary period for contracts of under 3 months.
All posts are subject to a DBS check, two suitable references and right to work checks.
Salary: £42,750 pro rata + benefits. Salary is paid in arrears through bank credit by the 25th of each month. Part time staff receive pro-rata payment based on hours worked.
Working hours: The standard working hours for this post are 37hours per week, based in London/Bristol/Remote UK based; benefits include a generous bank holidays and annual leave package and contributory pension scheme. All posts, including remote posts must be based in the UK.
Support and supervision: Women’s Aid has a commitment to providing regular supervision and support to staff with annual appraisals forming a key part of staff development. We have a training policy in place and encourage staff to take an active role in their career development plan.
Pension: Women’s Aid is enrolled with the People’s Pension scheme. Women’s Aid normally contributes 7% of salary and the employee contributes 3% towards the group pension scheme. Eligible staff will be automatically enrolled on the scheme when they have successfully completed the 3-month interim probationary review.
Annual Leave: Women’s Aid offers an annual leave entitlement of 28 days per year rising by one day per year until 30 days annual leave per year is reached. In addition, we offer 8 days public holidays plus 2 additional days in March and August. Plus, three days of ‘end of year’ leave, bridging the gap between the festive holiday period and new year to allow colleagues to rest and recharge during this unique quiet time. All leave entitlement is calculated pro-rata for part time employees
Other leave: Employees have contractual rights to time off for reasons of sickness, maternity and other circumstances.
Period of notice: 2 months after your probationary period has been completed.
Union: You have a right to membership of a trade union. Women’s Aid recognises Unison.
Asylum and Immigration Act 1996: To confirm your right to work in the UK, Women’s Aid will need to see the original of at least one document from a specified list (available on the UK Government website). Most commonly this is a British Passport.
Additional information is available on request.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We are seeking to appoint an organised and reliable individual as part of a funded programme for schools. This is a great opportunity to be part of a rapidly evolving children’s charity.
This role offers flexible and home working.
Position: Programme Coordinator
Hours: Full-time, 37.5 hours per week (flexible)
Duration: Contract, Fixed term 2 year with possible extension
Benefits: 25 days’ annual leave plus bank holidays and 5% Employer pension contribution, flexible working culture, employee benefits package (Medicash), regular continuing professional development opportunities.
Closing Date: 19th December
Shortlisting will be taking place on a rolling basis and the role may close earlier than advertised if a suitable candidate is found, so apply early to avoid disappointment (can you add to the advert).
About the Role
The main job role is to provide administrative support to the Programme Manager to ensure the smooth running of one or more educational programmes.
You will work closely with the Programme Manager to support the delivery of virtual training to teachers and senior staff at mainstream schools to improve the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people.
The role is crucial to the support of the charity’s programmes. It includes communicating with internal and external stakeholders, providing good customer service, and supporting projects as required, collaborating as part of an established Programmes Team.
Your main responsibilities will include:
- Administrative support
- Customer Service and Engagement
- Team support
We are looking for an individual with excellent communication and organisational skills to help keep things running smoothly. You will enjoy the detail of a job, tidying up loose ends and gets a boost from supporting customers and colleagues. You will have the ability to listen to customers and colleagues with empathy, to think critically and solve and escalate problems appropriately.
As Programme Coordinator, you will be passionate about access to education for all and committed to providing a high-quality service to the educators looking to improve the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people.
You will have experience and/or knowledge of all or most of the following:
- Providing administrative support
- Good customer service skills, ability to respond professionally and clearly to queries
- Excellent organisation and collaboration skills
- Good written and verbal communication skills
- Experience of using IT packages such as CRM’S, Microsoft office and customer service platforms such as Zendesk.
Where an individual lacks specific experience of working in a particular area, they will be expected to demonstrate their potential to learn and their understanding of the skills needed to be successful.
Ideally you will also have an appreciation and understanding of the impact of social, emotional, mental health and wellbeing upon children and young people.
Applicants are asked to send a current CV and 2-page covering letter outlining evidence against the essential criteria in the job description, clearly identifying the skills and experiences applicable to the role.
Shortlisted applicants will be invited to take part in a two round interview process. The first round will consist of competency based questions. Further shortlisting may then take place before a second round interview. All interviews will be held virtually.
This recruitment process will be completed in line with our safeguarding policy and safer recruitment process.
We will take up references and will complete a DBS check before appointment, and any appointment will include a probationary period.
The charity is committed to ensuring that there is no discrimination on the grounds of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage/civil partnership, pregnancy, maternity, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation at any stage of the recruitment process.
About the Organisation
With increasing numbers of children and young people affected by social, emotional and behavioural difficulties inhibiting their progress and limiting their life chances. The charity has developed a range of interventions and support to give vulnerable children and young people the opportunity to be the best they can be. Whether it is delivering certified training, supporting whole-school or authority-wide nurturing schools approach or promoting evidence-based research, the charity is providing quality support and resources to make nurturing provision a reality for pupils across the UK and beyond.
You may also have experience in areas such as Admin, Administration, Administrator, Coordinator, Programme Administrator, Programme Coordinator, Programme Administration, Programme Support, Customer Service, Customer Service Officer, Customer Service Agent, Customer Support.
PLEASE NOTE: This role is being advertised by NFP People on behalf of the organisation.
The Fundraising team is a small but mighty national team. Income is generated through High Net-Worth Individuals, Corporate Partnerships and Trusts & Foundations. Our Corporate Partnerships function is led by a Senior Manager along with a Volunteering & Partnerships Manager and Fundraising Officer.
Many of our Corporate partners are multi-year and strategic. 2023/24 will see MyBnk continue to grow, raising £4m and beyond as we build our national team and deliver more expert-led financial education through our award-winning programmes.
The Corporate Partnerships Manager will lead several existing corporate partnerships to ensure that they deliver significant impact, engage staff, and raise awareness of the importance of quality financial education across the UK. Staff engagement and senior stakeholder management will be key deliverables in addition to fundraising product innovation and maintains MyBnk’s high partnership retention rate.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
This organisation is scheduling interviews as the applications come in. Don’t miss your opportunity, apply now!
Development Manager at Fumble
- Salary £30,000-£34,000, depending on experience (pro rata at 0.8 FTE) We’re looking for someone 4 days per week (0.8 FTE). However, other hours will be considered for an exceptional candidate.
- Fully remote or Sheffield hybrid, UK candidates only You must be based in and have the right to work in the UK, due to employment law.
- Start date: asap
- Deadline to apply: 5pm on Thursday 21 December
- Contract type: permanent
- Benefits: pension, 25 days annual leave + bank holidays (pro rata if the role is taken up on a part time basis), training and development
We’re looking for a talented Development Manager who will develop and run Fumble’s exciting and impactful products.
Examples of the type of products are:
- Parent workshops
- Consultancy (for academic research projects & for brands)
- Our monthly donor membership programme
- Peer support programmes for young people.
Our ideal person is likely to have experience in the following areas:
- Developing, delivering, marketing and selling services/products
- Managing freelancers and other relevant stakeholders
- Delivering projects successfully to timelines, keeping track of budgets, and measuring impact
- Customer engagement.
If you have experience in some, but not all, of these areas, don’t let this put you off - we’re looking for a talented and passionate individual who’s willing to grow with the role. We need someone who’s excited about getting things going "from scratch" , and being a very key member in Fumble’s small staff team.
We’re an emerging, award-winning charity with massive UK-wide impact, and we’re looking for the perfect person to help us make it all happen. You will be the third member of our small and mighty staff team. This is a unique opportunity to take on an instrumental role in developing Fumble, working with our CEO, Lucy, and our Programme Manager, Emilie, to define who we are, what we’re doing, and to strengthen all our activities.
Discover all about Fumble in our most recent annual report, attached.
Ready to apply? Send your CV (pdf format preferred) and a cover email to Lucy and Emilie.
‘Fumble is like the knowledgeable best friend every young person needs when growing up. A handbook for everyone, to guide them in making the right sex and relationship choices for themselves.' Amy, 19
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
About the role:
The first national strategy for kinship care in England is expected soon, and the focus on kinship care is growing. We have an exceptional opportunity for a dynamic and strategic network builder to join us at a time of change and opportunity.
You’ll seize opportunities to influence positive change, leading on the design and delivery of targeted strategies to develop and co-ordinate strong and collaborative relationships with local authorities and other services supporting kinship families in England. You’ll lead on mapping local and national services, developing effective partnerships and connecting the ecosystem of support for kinship families so they can more easily find the support they need.
You’ll have a particular focus on developing relationships with local authorities to support the successful delivery of our new national Kinship Carer Training and Support Service, funded by the Department for Education (from October 2023 for 18 months with potential extensions up until March 2027), as well as generating opportunities for our growing peer support network and Kinship’s wider portfolio of services.
You’ll combine strategic planning with an ability to model a new way of working that is centred on partnerships, collaboration and excellent use of our Salesforce CRM. Leading a new team of two regional Network Development Managers, each of you will be responsible for delivery of your plan in one region in England (North, Midlands and South). You’ll also work closely with colleagues in Wales to support a co-ordinated approach.
This is an evolving role in our growing and impact driven charity. Importantly, you’ll be committed to our mission to improve recognition and support for kinship families, and you’ll be ready to seize and shape opportunities to build connections and partnerships as we work hard to design a system that works for kinship families so they are more able to find the support they need, when they need it.
What we’ll offer you
Kinship offers 30 days’ annual leave plus bank holidays (pro-rata for part time) as well as a generous pension scheme. This fixed-term role is open to flexible working (school hours would be considered). We have an excellent wellbeing offer including the Employee Assistance Programme and clinical supervision. We will invest in your professional development with training and career development opportunities.
Kinship is committed to championing equality, diversity and inclusion. We believe our work is greatly enhanced by the varied backgrounds, experiences and views represented within our teams. We aim to create inclusive teams, celebrate differences and encourage everyone to join us and be their true self at work. We therefore encourage applications from anyone who fits our values, whatever their religion or belief, sex, gender identity, race, age, sexuality or disability and are actively seeking candidates that can bring real innovation and commitment to us.
This is a fantastic time to join a supportive and well-established team within an organisation with rapid growth ambitions. This role will be what you make it and we’re looking for someone to seize this opportunity!
Please apply for this role through BeApplied. You will be asked to answer five questions and attach your CV. You will have max 250 words per answer.
- Describe how your experience and values are a good fit for this role
- If you were offered the role, what would you prioritise in the first three months and why? Tell us about what you’d need to find out and what would be your approach to the role.
- Describe how you have used and managed data to inform successful network building and relationship management within a regional or national context.
- How would you go about building a new team that is motivated, high performing and happy in their role.
- What excites you about this role?
Application deadline: 4:00pm on Monday 11 December 2023
Interview date: Monday 18 December 2023 – in-person (Vauxhall). The interview process will be one stage in-person and you will be asked to create a presentation as part of the interview (you will hold full copyright and ownership of the presentation and contents).
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Title: Funded Programmes Consultant
Location: global - remote
Type of contract: consultant
Expected duration: two years (max. 448 days)
Contact: Head of Philanthropy
Fees: based on skills and expertise and will be paid at the national rate for the country in which the consultant is based
Changing the world takes passion and dedication
Isn’t it time that your passion and dedication be channelled towards a career and community that genuinely change lives?
- want to transform your own life by transforming the lives of others
- crave a career that creates opportunity for others
- desire to make dreams come true for those who never thought it possible
- know that education is the foundation from which we can change the world
- believe that today’s young people can transform tomorrow
- strive for world peace and global sustainability
- dare to dream
...then an assignment with UWC could be the change you need.
UWC (United World Colleges) is a global family of schools with a powerful difference. With a shared goal of working towards global peace and sustainability, we bring together young people from around the world to study in one of our eighteen schools on four continents. There they don’t just learn how to be great at passing exams. They learn how to communicate across cultural boundaries. They develop the skills to be a changemaker. They design and engage in initiatives that transform their lives and the lives of those around them for the better. And they stay a “UWC-er” for life, becoming part of a global community of 60,000 changemakers transforming the lives of others.
One of the things that makes us the most proud is our network of over 4,000 dedicated volunteers, who make up the UWC national committees in charge of finding and selecting students in more than 150 countries worldwide. Our national committee volunteers - UWC alumni, parents of UWC students or alumni, education professionals and community leaders who believe in UWC’s mission - make it possible to seek out the most promising and diverse students in each country, with over 80% of students selected by UWC national committees receiving a scholarship.
Do you want to support our UWC national committees and make sure many more young people get this life-changing opportunity?
Working with us will inspire and challenge you
Driving a mission to make the UWC experience available to tomorrow’s changemakers, irrespective of their background, beliefs and economic means demands colleagues with passion and dedication, and a talent for transformation. Our students go on to become leaders in politics, NGOs, social enterprises, community movements, charities, and business. For life, they remain dedicated to the UWC mission and many of them remain in close contact with us, their school, and their peers.
This is what fuels us at the UWC International Office (UWCIO). We are based in London and Berlin, and we are the executive arm of UWC International, a registered charity in the United Kingdom and Germany. We collaborate closely with all stakeholders from across the UWC movement, including our volunteers and 60,000 alumni, and we serve UWC International’s governance bodies.
Are you our new Funded Programmes Consultant?
UWC International is seeking a Funded Programmes Consultant to lead the implementation of important scholarship programmes focused on post-conflict reconciliation, refugees and aspiring young students from disadvantaged communities selected to attend a UWC school. The Funded Programmes Consultant will work with the Philanthropy team, a team of seven people raising funds for and managing funded scholarship programmes.
The Funded Programmes Consultant will be responsible for a wide range of activities, including collaborating with colleagues in project countries, outreach to young people eligible for the scholarships we offer, and coordinating their selection and support once they join UWC. The position is a donor-funded assignment for a fixed term of two years. The work location can be anywhere in the world, with most of the team working in the European time zone.
Scope of Work
Funded Programmes Implementation
- Manage the implementation of important scholarship programmes, including the scholarship programme with RISE, an initiative of Schmidt Futures and the Rhodes Trust
- Build and manage processes to ensure effective delivery and initiate improvements
- Support and coordinate promotion and outreach as well as student selection in project countries remotely
- Coordinate various teams’ contributions to the donors' funded scholarship programmes
- Ensure regular effective communication with external and internal stakeholders
- Ensure timely operational and financial reporting to the donors
- Supervise programme staff in project countries remotely
- Oversee programme budgets
- Ensure effective programme monitoring, evaluation and reporting.
UWC Refugee Initiative
- Support the expansion of foundational programmes for refugee scholars
- Develop other support mechanisms for refugee students
- Liaise with many stakeholders from the UNHCR to high-level government officials and institutions as well as volunteers and schools/colleges.
Philanthropy and Fundraising
- Facilitate the growth and development of UWC's presence and networks in programme countries and at the regional level
- Support new programme development including fundraising
- Perform any other tasks relevant to the programmes and role
- Report to the Head of Philanthropy and Senior Advisor for International Fund Development.
- Scholarship programmes’ deliverables (oversight of the scholarship reporting roster, the financial management roster, the scholarship statements, the students' letters, the onboard/offboarding materials, the promotion materials and the project guidelines)
- Regular written and oral communications with donors and all project stakeholders (meeting minutes, briefings, presentations)
- Bi-annual and final donor reports including financial and narrative reporting, monitoring and evaluation reports
- Oversight of the project Google Drive folders documenting all relevant documentation related to the programmes (deliverables, contracts, reporting, communication)
- New funded programmes proposal writing including project objectives, activities, deliverables, planning and budgeting.
Essential knowledge, skills and experience
- Demonstrated experience in managing programmes at the 6-8 figure level
- Proven ability to deliver and report upon agreed individual and team targets and plans within set deadlines
- Effective interpersonal and communication skills (oral and written), ability to communicate confidently and engagingly at all levels and in different cultural contexts
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English, with a strong attention to detail
- Experience in managing complex projects, including leading intercultural teams
- Highly numerate with the ability to monitor and manage financial information, setting and reporting on project budgets, multi-year projections
- Knowledge of the global education sector and issues affecting young people, especially from less advantaged groups, in the pursuit of quality educational opportunities
- Experience working in a fast-paced beneficiary-focused/ donor-focused environment while maintaining flexibility and resilience to deal with challenges calmly and constructively.
- Strong interest in UWC’s mission and values, and a willingness to engage with issues of relevance to the UWC movement
- Ability and willingness to travel globally
- Ability to work on own initiative and as part of a team
Desirable knowledge, skills and experience
- Experience in working with volunteers
- Experience in working with refugee youth
- Fluency in or excellent knowledge of other world languages
Other relevant information
UWC places deliberate diversity at the heart of our educational model because of its critical importance in our mission ‘to unite people, nations and cultures for peace and a sustainable future’.
At the UWC International Office, we believe this commitment to deliberate diversity must be reflected within our team, organisational practices, policies and culture. We recognise people with different backgrounds, skills, attitudes and experiences bring fresh ideas and perceptions, and we encourage and leverage these differences to make our work more relevant and approachable.
We will not discriminate or tolerate discriminatory behaviour on any grounds such as, but not limited to, race, gender, disability, nationality, national or ethnic origin, religion or belief, marital/partnership or family status, sexual orientation, age or socioeconomic background.
We strive to be an inclusive workplace where everyone feels a sense of belonging, has a voice, can raise concerns, and feels comfortable and confident. We expect everyone who works with us to share this commitment and to act accordingly as we aspire to serve the UWC mission and our global community. It is an ongoing journey and we welcome all those who are ready to travel with us.
It is expected that the consultant will travel to UWC schools and colleges. Therefore, a Basic DBS check (Disclosure and Barring Service) or international equivalent will be required. We will also take up references during the selection process. Satisfactory references and criminal record checks are required before any offer is confirmed. Referees will not be contacted without your consent.
Individuals engaged under a consultancy or individual contract will not be considered “staff members” under UWC International’s policies and procedures, and will not be entitled to benefits provided therein (such as leave entitlements and medical insurance coverage). Consultants and individual contractors are responsible for determining their tax liabilities and for the payment of any taxes and/or duties, in accordance with local or other applicable laws.
The selected candidate is solely responsible for ensuring that the visa (applicable) and health insurance required to perform the duties of the contract are valid for the entire period of the contract.
Application Process and Deadline
Please submit your application including your CV and cover letter in English (each a maximum of 2 pages). Your cover letter should:
- Indicate how you heard about this role.
- Outline your experience and ability to complete the assignment.
- You should also include details of where you are currently based, the proposed
- consultancy fee and your availability to take up the assignment.
- Please provide the name and contact details of two referees; including their job title and the capacity in which you are known to them. We will not contact your referees without first letting you know. Please also indicate how you heard about this role, in your application.
Please note that applications without a cover letter, including the information requested above will not be considered.
Deadline for application: Thursday 7 December 2023 12.00 noon (UK time)
First round interviews will be held 13 and 14 December 2023
Second round interviews will be held 18 and 19 December 2023
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.