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Blue Smile's mission is to transform the mental health and life chances of Cambridgeshire children through arts-based therapies. We help over 200 children a week to be happier and have brighter futures. We work with schools in Cambridge and the region providing children with one-to-one therapy. We also support the community around the child with services for parents, carers and school staff.
The charity has over 70 clinical experts working with us, with essential management and administrative support provided by our office team.
We are looking for an innovative and proactive Data and Impact Officer to continue to develop our approach to data, evaluation, outcomes, and impact. You will have excellent data management skills and will work closely with our clinical teams to analyse, evaluate, and report on Blue’s Smiles clinical outcomes and performance indicators.
You will have excellent communication skills which will enable you to collate, analyse and disseminate internal and external evidence to a range of stakeholders. In addition, you will play a key role in supporting our fundraising team – building our case for support, supporting individual funding applications, and providing evaluation data for funders.
This is an exciting time for Blue Smile, as we implement and embed a new data management system. You will be key in managing this system and developing Blue Smile’s data s processes to ensure organisational effectiveness.
Blue Smile can offer you a competitive salary, with a commitment to the Real Living Wage. We are committed to flexible working with a focus on wellbeing and a positive work/life balance.
Safeguarding is central to all Blue Smile activities, and we recognise that the welfare of all children, young people and adults at risk, is paramount and that all have equal rights of protection. We have a duty of care when they are in our charge, and we will do everything we can to provide a safe and caring environment whilst they attend our activities. The role is subject to a basic DBS check.
To apply, please complete the application form and criminal record declaration form.
Interviews will be held on 10th and 11th February 2022.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
The Strategic Finance Business Partner helps people with sight loss to live the life they choose by providing finance business support to the Strategic Finance Lead to support the development of integrated strategic operational and financial plans and define and quantify appropriate delivery and productivity metrics to track the delivery of plans.
This role is 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday, 35 hours per week, with 26 days paid holiday (excluding bank holidays) a year pro-rata.
We recognise that the world looks a little bit different since the pandemic. Therefore, we’re committed to enabling our staff to work where best suits the needs of the individual, their team and the organisation. For this role, there will be opportunities to work from home as well as the office. We want our staff to flourish and work in environments which maximises their potential and best serves our stakeholders.
We offer a generous pension scheme, life assurance and enhanced pay for parenting and sickness leave. In addition, we provide an Employee Assistance Programme, flexible benefits package and discounts and cashback scheme to care for our people.
More details about this role, the Organisation and the recruitment process can be found in the attached candidate pack and job description.
We reserve the right to close adverts earlier than the closing date.
Guide Dogs welcomes applications from all sections of the community and actively encourages diversity to maximise achievements, creativity and good practice. We positively welcome and seek to ensure we achieve diversity in our workforce and that all job applicants and employees receive equal and fair treatment, regardless of age, race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, disability or nationality. We encourage applications from people with disabilities as they are currently under-represented in the organisation and guarantee an invitation to interview for all applicants with disabilities who demonstrate, within their application form, sufficient evidence to meet the essential criteria for the job.
Guide Dogs is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children, young people and adults at risk of harm with whom we work. We expect all our employees and volunteers to fully share this commitment.
To be able to fulfil this role, the skills and experience we are looking for in a potential candidate include;
- Degree educated or equivalent experience.
- ACCA/ACA/CIMA qualified.
- Qualified Finance Professional with experience in a project or change environment.
- Evidence of managing prioritisation processes.
- Evidence of defining and building adaptive models in excel, including scenario planning.
- Financial Business Partnering experience.
- Business case writing and review experience.
- Experience with the third or charity sector.
For the complete list of essential and desirable criteria necessary to be successful in this role please see the Person Specification within the Job Description below. The candidate pack contains more information about this role & the recruitment process at Guide Dogs.
If you are successful you will need to provide evidence of your right to work in the UK. We cannot provide sponsorship for this role.
How to apply
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Guide Dogs follow Safer Recruitment practices to ensure we are safeguarding the vulnerable people we work with. As part of this, we require a full work history with any gaps accounted for & a minimum of 2 professional referee details fully covering the past 5 years. If there is not enough space in your application form to provide this information, please ensure you upload additional documentation containing the additional detail.
Please contact our Recruitment Team if you require any support with your application.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Community Integrated Care is currently seeking an experienced Wellbeing, Diversity and Inclusion Specialist to work as part of the People Team to enhance the people experience throughout the employee lifecycle.
The successful candidate will support the delivery of the organisations Health and Wellbeing strategy and lead on specific wellbeing initiatives as well as act as the day-to-day organisational lead on all Equality, Diversity and Inclusion matters within Community Integrated Care.
They will guide, support, and lead the organisation in becoming a more inclusive and diverse employer and care provider, reflecting the communities in which we work, and creating a culture in which people feel they truly belong.
They will provide coordination support to the organisations Health and Wellbeing offer, providing colleagues with relevant knowledge or information to proactively support our colleagues to live healthier and happier lives – whilst at work and in their private lives.
Day to Day:
- You will be the first line support for all colleagues, supporting with queries and providing advice around health conditions and wellbeing.
- You will the lead to design, mobilise and coordinate wellbeing programmes, initiatives and future plans, ensuring they are aligned with organisation goals.
- You will deliver a series of workshops around resilience, management and health conditions and wellbeing in the workplace.
- You will support all colleagues to access self-help tools and learning through developing our systems and communication methods.
- You’ll be working closely with the Executive team and Leadership team to reach our organisational EDI goals and encouraging organisational-wide awareness of EDI issues.
- You’ll support the planning, development, implementation, and evaluation of Equality related Chater Mark submissions.
- You will support the charity to build, analyse, report, and inform EDI management data and develop and promote future EDI actions.
- You will provide reporting as needed for use by the Executive Team and Board of Trustees.
- You’ll be educated to degree level or equivalent level of knowledge/experience working in a similar role
- Relevant Post Graduate qualification (Desirable)
- You have recent experience working in a role promoting health and wellbeing
- You'll be passionate about making a difference and peoples health and wellbeing
- You have an extensive knowledge of EDI Legislation, policies and practice.
- You'll have experience creating and implementing projects or programmes that engage, educate or support people.
- You'll be competent in utilising a range of digital technologies
- We require a fresh thinker to create resources that promote education, skills and development.
- You enjoy problem solving and implementing a creative, innovative approach in your work.
- You'll be confident in monitoring, evaluating and showcasing your work to internal and external stakeholders.
- You are brilliant at communicating - you find it easy to explain things in a way that is easy for others to understand
- You have the ability to plan, lead, implement and measure high-quality digitally delivered projects
- People might describe you as a little picky because you've got a great eye for detail and accuracy
- You can demonstrate managing difficult situations
- You'll have strong organisational and time management skills.
- You can identify risk and minimise risk effectively.
- You can self-reflect on lessons learnt and apply to others.
- You have a person-centred outlook, actively engage the people we support in your work and draw the best from their talents, needs, views and ideas
Working for Us
What is The Deal for you?
- Flexibility! You can work your full time hours over 4 days and enjoy a long weekend, or work over 5 days to accommodate your other commitments. You need to be available to work from our Widnes Head Office in when required, but otherwise you can work from home or a flex between the two.
- Competitive Salary: £30,000 to £33,000 (dependent upon experience)
- Pension: contributory pension scheme
- Benefits: retail discounts, holiday discounts, cycle to work scheme and travel discounts through our benefits app
- Best Lives Possible: You'll be working for an award winning charity who is passionate about ensuring our colleagues and the people we support lead the best lives possible
- Development: We'll work with you to develop your career or to learn and experience new things. We're passionate about developing our people!
- Support: From our Employee Assistance Programme (available 24/7), financial support options, and wellbeing fund you'll have the support available to lead an easier (financial) life
Community Integrated Care is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Morgan Law are proud to be working with CDP, an international non-profit that drives companies and governments to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions, safeguard water resources and protect forests. Voted number one climate research provider by investors
Our client is looking for an enthusiastic and experienced business analyst who is passionate to lead cross-functional impact analysis to assess the feasibility of business ideas and initiatives.
This role will be part of the Project Management Office team consisting of a number of business analysts and the PMO manager.
Key responsibilities include:
- Lead cross-functional (impact) analysis to assess the feasibility of business ideas and initiatives
- Determine business objectives of projects by gathering and analysing business information, evaluating output requirements and formats
- Define project requirements by identifying scope, deliverables, project milestones, benefits, risks, resources and developing project budgets
- Gather and formulate the functional and non-functional requirements of business solutions and know how to communicate those to different stakeholders.
- Validate resource requirements and supporting budget estimates
- Understand and communicate the financial and operational impact of any changes
- Act as an interface between the business & technology teams to translate and communicate requirements, or resolve technical queries.
- Work with key business stakeholders to understand and document operational processes.
Required skills and experience:
- A minimum of 4 years working experience as a business analyst
- Good knowledge of business analysis methodologies and best practices
- Knowledge of Project Management delivery methodologies
- Ability to understand core requirements and interpret them into the right context within the total solution
- Ability to effectively deal with changing expectations or challenges
- Experience with delivering business cases, budgets and feasibility studies
- Experience financial reporting, budget and financial forecasts preparation
- Great communication skills and sense of responsibility
- You are a team player as well as dedicated, committed and bring a high level of self-motivation
- Knowledge of Visio and process mapping techniques
- Experience in working on IT projects is a plus
This role is 80% remote with weekly meetings
30 days’ holiday p.a. plus bank holidays, generous non-contributory pension provision, Employee Assistance Programme, life assurance, training and development, flexible working opportunities and others.
Allen Lane are delighted to be working with Action for Children on the next phase of recruitment in an exciting 3 year digital transformation programme.
This is a wonderful opportunity to become part of a leading UK Charity that help hundreds of thousands of children every year across over four hundred services. Their successful reach and impact is reliant on the sound infrastructure that supports their frontline services, including technology and digital. The Senior Finance Systems Analyst vacancy is a back fill role in the team, and is integral in ensuring the BAU work is covered while the existing Senior Systems analyst focuses on the new Finance Cloud system implementation. This is a fantastic opportunity for an Open Accounts experienced Finance Analyst who wants to gain exposure and experience in a new Cloud based system implementation.
- Provide technical expertise to enable resolution of all levels up to major and complex incidents, in accordance with the ITIL Incident Management methodology within the Finance Systems team achieving Service Levels, records and documentation are maintained.
- Be a technical lead within the specialist area of expertise for finance systems development projects, designing and guiding the implementation of their requirements, ensuring an efficient and supportable implementation, including preparation of documentation and training for Finance, Technology and other users of Finance Systems.
- Develop, monitor and regularly test, core Finance systems and their service and disaster recovery procedures, including system recovery, liaising with technology colleagues and 3rd party vendors responding immediately or referring to senior management when risks are identified.
- Manage specialist areas of systems and infrastructure and taking corrective action when service levels are threatened or breached. By designing and developing solutions to maintain the capability, availability, security and supportability of Finance Systems.
- Plan, manage, test, release and implement significant changes to our Finance Systems provision, ensuring that effective change control is maintained, and records and documentation produced.
- Implement and monitor the security of our Finance Systems, and user activity. Responding immediately to threats and breaches, undertaking the appropriate corrective action to maintain security and data protection, and deal with inappropriate use.
- Work with Finance suppliers to ensure the effective delivery of their services and assisting in managing the relationship with them.
- Continue professional development through research and keeping abreast of latest developments and relevant legislation, which can be utilised to provide advice and guidance to maximise the use of Finance Systems and processes and to continuously improve the service provided.
- Operate as the technical lead in the delivery of business change projects within the specialist area(s) of expertise and contributing to continuous improvement programmes.
- Work collaboratively with stakeholders and directorates to provide the efficient, effective and innovative use of Finance Systems within their functions, to support Finance business processes.
- Significant practical experience of supporting core financial
- accounting systems (must have Open Accounts)
- Experience of working and applying GDPR and cyber security principles.
- Experience in the development of web or database finance applications with experience of the full development lifecycle.
- Proven experience of analysing reporting requirements and producing deliverables (dashboards/reports TMI)
- Proven experience of using 0365 applications, including Word, Sharepoint, OneDrive, Excel to Advanced level, PowerPoint and Outlook.
- Experience delivering system training
- An understanding of the ITIL framework
Benefits: Annual leave of 29 days, plus public holidays, flexible maternity, adoption and paternity packages, annual staff awards, 7% employer contribution pension scheme, employee discount portal with all your favourite brands
Action for Children are committed to allowing employees to work predominantly remotely, therefore candidates must be willing to travel to the Watford office only occasionally.
Principal / Senior Researcher - Climate Finance
Central London or Edinburgh (Please note, whilst this role is advertised as office-based, IIED will remain a remote-working organisation for the foreseeable future)
The closing deadline for applications is midnight on 26 January 2022
Interviews are expected to be held Tuesday 8 and/or Tuesday 15 February 2022
The International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) is a policy and action research organisation promoting sustainable development and linking local priorities to global challenges. We are based in London and work on five continents with some of the world’s most vulnerable people to strengthen their voice in the decision-making arenas that affect them. With more than 100 members of staff working with associates and partners around the world, IIED has been at the forefront of policymaking in sustainable development for over 50 years.
IIED's Climate Change Group (CCG) works with those who have less voice and power in climate decision-making to co-create solutions that shape pathways and drive action for a just and sustainable future.
CCG's Climate Governance and Finance Team collaborates with public sector institutions (governments, bilateral and multilateral partners and development finance institutions), civil society actors and private sector entities in the developing world to design and test innovative solutions to climate change related risks.
We are now looking for a Principal / Senior Researcher to join our Climate Governance and Finance Team on a permanent, full-time contract.
- Grade 2 (10+ years' experience required): £57,569 - £63,438 per annum (up to £71,638 per annum for exceptional candidates depending on experience)
- Grade 3 (7+ years' experience required): £47,432 – £52,249 per annum (up to £58,980 per annum for exceptional candidates depending on experience)
- Benefits package
This is a fantastic opportunity for a highly skilled and experienced researcher to join our organisation and use their expertise to make a real difference and impact on the world in which we live.
You will have the chance to work with people across the globe, sharing ideas, research and knowledge and working together to support the world’s most vulnerable people.
If you have the skills and experience we’re looking for and have a keen interest in climate finance, we want to hear from you.
As a Principal / Senior Researcher, you will design and manage an innovative portfolio of policy research and influencing work on climate finance
Working closely with colleagues and a network of international partners, you will lead our work programme on climate finance, 'Money Where It Matters', which supports vulnerable people and regions.
Providing outstanding leadership in this area, you will focus on two key elements:
- Reforming the international climate finance system to increase the quantity and quality of finance being made available for locally-led adaptation action
- Supporting a range of governments, organisations, actors and communities to develop the institutions, governance structures and financial mechanisms needed to access and use climate finance effectively to achieve their adaptation and resilience ambitions
To be considered as a Principal / Senior Researcher, you will need:
- Significant experience working on climate adaptation and/or international development issues in LDCs and/or LMICs
- Significant experience working on climate and/or development finance
- A proven track record supporting national governments to access climate finance, develop equitable climate adaptation policies and/or build institutional capacities on climate adaptation and/or finance
- A track record in designing and implementing research projects, policy analysis or programme evaluations on climate finance and climate adaptation policy in LDCs or LMICs
- Expert knowledge of public policy challenges of LDC and/or LMIC governments for accessing and using climate finance to address climate risks equitably
- A strong understanding of how to design and deliver innovative, collaborative policy development and influencing processes
- A track record of raising and managing significant project funding from institutional donors
- Good IT skills
- A postgraduate degree in climate finance, climate change, development studies, development economics, environmental economics, international finance or a related discipline
- The willingness and ability to travel for up to four months in the year
Other organisations may call this role Principal Researcher, Senior Researcher, Researcher, Senior Research Officer, or Research Associate.
IIED is a committed Disability Confident and accredited Living Wage employer, committed to equal opportunities and the highest standards of diversity, fairness and equality.
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The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
NHS Trust looking to recruit a Finance Business Partner to cover maternity leave for a period of 9 – 12 months
This role is part of a newly restructured team and plays a key part in the financial management area
Key responsibilities include:
• Work closely with the Transformation and Improvement team to build, oversee, challenge and supporting the Trust’s improvement programmes to meet its short and medium term efficiency targets.
• Responsible for the maintenance, development and management of the Trust efficiency tracking system, ensuring adequacy of governance and control arrangements/systems, with exception highlighting on risks and mitigation strategies in support of the Clinical teams.
• Test and challenge schemes with project leads, confirming savings values and performance against quality-related KPIs, gaining evidence for assurance purposes.
• Provide business leadership advice to the Corporate and Estates divisions and ensure effective use of financial resources in pursuit of agreed Divisional and Corporate goals
Prior NHS experience would be useful
This is a great opportunity to be part of a growing team and work in the NHS at a time of great change and transformation
Director of Corporate Services
Up to £60,000 per annum depending on skills and experience
London WC1 and remote hybrid working
The Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management (FMLM) is the professional home for medical leadership in the UK and a registered charity (no.1178741). The fundamental objective of the organisation is to improve patient care through better medical leadership, led by the research evidence which links leadership with measurable improvement in the care patients experience.
Given the current challenges facing UK healthcare professionals and providers, the FMLM’s deep engagement in supporting doctors and dentists to be more effective leaders has never been more important.
FMLM is looking for a Director of Corporate Services to join its small, energetic and creative team, to help shape and support the organisation’s growing reputation at this exciting time in its history. The Director of Corporate Services will be pivotal in helping FMLM to sustain excellent governance, risk management, financial and corporate services as it delivers its charitable and strategic aims at a time of rapid growth. The post-holder will be integral to the small senior management team and lead the organisation’s business planning and infrastructure services.
How to apply
For an informal conversation about the role, please contact our recruitment partner, NFP Consulting,
Simon Lloyd, Director,
Application is by way of CV with a Supporting Statement that should set out your motivations for applying and how your work experience to date meets the scope of the responsibilities. As a general guide, your Supporting Statement should be around two sides of A4.
Closing date for applications: 5pm 24 January 2021.
The ASA is the UK regulator of advertising across all media, including online. Our work includes taking proactive action against misleading, harmful, offensive or otherwise irresponsible ads and acting on complaints. We make sure ads are legal, decent, honest and truthful.
The Director of Corporate Services is a key role in the organisation and is responsible for providing leadership and management across Finance, HR, Facilities, IT, Business Intelligence and Data Governance, and also acts as Company Secretary.
This is an exciting time to be joining us as we continue to implement our 2019-2023 strategy, More Impact Online. The ASA is changing to deal with the new challenges posed by regulating online advertising at scale. We are three years in to the job of rebalancing our regulation away from reactive complaints casework towards proactive, tech-assisted intelligence-gathering, complaint handling, monitoring and enforcement. Our Corporate Services department is crucial to our ability to succeed.
Building on the foundation of our very high employee engagement, the Director of Corporate Services will lead our People Strategy, helping us to take the next steps in motivating and developing our most important asset – our people – while also ensuring the ASA is a diverse and inclusive place to work.
Having moved into our fantastic new office in Shoreditch shortly before the pandemic hit, we are now adapting to hybrid working and you will help us work out the implications that has on our use of office space. With a secure and effective IT network, you will lead our exploration of the systems-related changes we need to make, particularly in light of our recent investments in data science. And as a member of our Senior Management Team, you will play an active role in the initiation, development and implementation of strategy and policy across the full range of our responsibilities.
The successful candidate will be a qualified accountant, and will need to demonstrate:
- Proven experience in a leadership role;
- Experience at Board level and ability to work collaboratively; and
- Understanding and experience of strategic risk management, finance audit and internal controls.
We think the ASA is a great place to work. We have a culture that is open, friendly and collaborative, with a real focus on making the right decisions in the right way, and learning while we are doing it. We welcome applications from all sections of the community and we are committed to being a diverse and inclusive organisation, both so we can represent everyone in the UK and so our own colleagues feel at home at work.
You can look forward to an interesting and varied career in media regulation if you have the passion and drive to help us achieve our goal to make every UK ad a responsible ad.
- Application Deadline:23:59 on Sunday 9th January 2022
- Shortlisting:Thursday 13th January 2022
- 1st Stage Interviews:17th – 19th January 2022
- 2nd Stage Interviews:25th – 26th January 2022
The ASA are working in partnership with Allen Lane Recruitment. For a confidential discussion please contact Bryony Thomas via the Allen Lane website.
Please submit your CV, with a supporting statement describing why you would be the best person to join this team and make the Advertising Standards Authority the best it can be.
Do you have experience as a CRM project manager? Are you looking for a 6-month contract with flexible and remote working on offer? Are you available to start at the end of January/beginning of February?
A leading professional membership body is looking for an engaging CRM Project Manager to help them to complete and co-ordinate the implementation of a new Customer Relationship Manager (CRM) system.
This role will involve seamlessly picking up an existing project and accelerating delivery against a challenging and ambitious schedule. This is an exciting opportunity to use your expertise to collaborate with a wide range of teams across the organisation and external contractors. You will be instrumental in delivering a high-profile organisation wide project, offering the chance to be a driving force in delivering key software functionality.
- Collaborating with other department team members to define, prioritise, and develop projects tasks.
- Manage the project throughout the project lifecycle to ensure all deliverables are met.
- Utilise a combination of delivery, change and project management strategies
- Leading and fully participating in project and process review, utilising best practice guidance, tools and techniques
- Being accountable for the identification and reporting of risks across all programmes and projects
- Report on progress to relevant Project and Programme Groups, and relevant committees
- Regularly produce reports and presentations for a range of groups including senior management and elected members, staff groups and partners.
- Analysing financial data, including project budgets, risks, and resource allocation.
- Managing subcontractor arrangements and relationships
- Preparing, gaining approval of, refining and updating project and/or programme business cases that justify their initiation and/or continuation in portfolios in terms of benefits, costs and risks
- Experience of successfully managing a nationwide CRM or technical project involving internal and external stakeholders
- Experience of successfully managing complex projects with multiple third-party suppliers
- Project management techniques including Agile PM, Scrum, Continuous Improvement, Lean, Kanban
- Use of relevant IT programmes to create detailed project plans and reports
- Excellent organisational skills and managing deadlines
- Negotiation and influencing skills
- Experience of successfully managing change
You can apply by sending your CV. Applications will be reviewed as and when they come through so do apply straight away if this is of interest.
We want you to have every opportunity to demonstrate your skills, ability and potential; please contact us if you require any assistance or adjustment so that we can help with making the application process work for you.