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Position: Community Fundraiser
Type: Full-time (35 hours per week), permanent
Location: Home-based, based in the South West/West Midlands, England
Salary: £30,310 - £34,923 per annum and car/broadband allowance plus excellent benefits
Salary Band: Band E1
Department: Community and Events team
At the MS Society, we make sure people living with MS are at the centre of everything we do. And it’s this commitment that unites us across the UK.
Our work is based on the hopes and aspirations of our MS community. Together we campaign at all levels, fund ground-breaking research and provide award winning support and information.
Our people are our greatest asset and the key to our success. We offer a vibrant, progressive environment where you will make a difference.
About this job
The MS Society is delivering some of the most exciting fundraising in the UK and we’re seeking a talented and enthusiastic Community Fundraiser to look after South West England and the West Midlands to join our dedicated Community and Events team.
Our Community Fundraising Team are focused on raising £2m+ working across the UK in 2022. After a successful 2021 fundraising year, this role offers the opportunity to grow community fundraising with the enthusiastic support of people affected by MS, their friends and families, including members of our local groups.
Our team works within a lively and creative fundraising department, where we break down barriers and collaborate to ensure supporters at all levels get the very best service. You’ll be given free rein to develop your skills and experience, while building relationships with grassroots supporters to maximise income.
- You’re likely to be in a similar role for another charity, confident, enthusiastic and with great customer care and communication skills.
- You'll know how work closely with supporters, volunteers, local groups and our wider fundraising team.
- You’ll be able to demonstrate a good understanding of community and events fundraising and a collaborative approach to teamwork.
- Most importantly, you’ll be supporter-focused and willing to go the extra mile to support our amazing fundraisers and help them reach their fundraising goals.
- You’ll be home based in SW England/the West Midlands.
- You must have a driving licence.
If you’re enthusiastic, hard-working and motivated by helping others achieve something amazing in support of a cause that means the world to them, we’d love to hear from you.
We offer 35 days annual leave (pro rata for part time employees) including bank holidays, travel loan and various other benefits such as supported developmental opportunities.
The MS Society is in the midst of an exciting, transformational, period which builds on our great history and will drive us towards achieving our mission and vision as we embark on our Every MS Story strategy.
Closing date: 9am on Monday 31 January 2022
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The successful candidate must have the right to work in the UK. If we do offer you employment, you’ll be required to provide documentation to show that you’re eligible to be employed in the UK before starting employment.
The full list of UK visas and permits that grant you the right to work in the UK can be found on the UK government website. We currently don’t have a Sponsor Licence agreement with the Home Office and will not be in a position to support you with any visa applications you may make.
We’re a Disability Confident Employer. We’re committed to promoting equality and diversity. We’d be grateful if you could complete the attached equality and diversity monitoring form and submit it with your application.
As part of our commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion, the HR team will anonymise your CV and supporting statement before forwarding to the shortlisting panel.
We particularly welcome applications from people with disabilities and/or from ethnic minority backgrounds, where we’re looking to build stronger and better representation among our staff.
No agencies please.
EMPLOYMENT SUPPORT WORKER
HOURS: 25 hours per week (Monday-Friday 9am-2pm) Term time only
SALARY: £10.00 P/H £9,750.00 (paid monthly over 12-month period)
LOCATION: Children Centre’s based in Weston-super-Mare (4 days) and Clevedon (1 day)
North Somerset People First is a small charity, supporting people with learning disabilities, difficulties and/or autism to speak up for themselves and be in control of their own lives.
We are looking to recruit an Employment Support Worker. Working as part of a team in vibrant and busy Children's Centres, the Employment Support Worker will be responsible for providing person centred support that enables Customer Service Assistants who have a learning disability and/or autism to carry out their job role.
As well as experience of working with adults with learning disabilities and/ or autism, you will have excellent communication and organisational skills. You will work well with others and bring a high level of enthusiasm and self-motivation.
A full job description can be found on our website
Please apply by sending your CV and a covering letter outlining why you are interested in the role and how you meet the job requirements, via email by no later than 5pm Thursday 3rd February 2022
Interviews will be held on Thursday 10th February 2022 and there is the opportunity for the successful applicant to start immediately.For an informal discussion about the role, please call 0 1 9 3 4 4 2 6 0 8 6
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We are looking for a Team Leader to join our Homes in Weston-Super-Mare. We have two homes in Weston Super Mare Birnbeck House and Quantock House. Both homes for residents with Learning disabilities and challenging behaviour. Each of our homes is unique providing the right support for the people who live there.
As a Team Leader you will motivate and supervise your team, ensuring the delivery of care, personal support, daily living tasks and activities to our customers. You will provide support to attain full potential, maximising options available, encouraging choice, participation and motivation.
- Be experienced in working within a relevant care setting.
- Have experience in supervising a team.
- Be able to work flexibly within rostered hours and prepared to participate in an on-call rota as required.
- Have excellent interpersonal skills.
We offer a wide range of employee rewards and benefits including:
- Contributory company pension scheme with competitive life cover benefit.
- Substantial and flexible annual leave, with the option to buy or sell (salary sacrifice).
- Discounted tariffs with 02.
- Access to great savings and discounts with major UK retailers.
- Access to cash health plan at very favourable rates.
- Access to cycle-to-work benefits (salary sacrifice).
- Comprehensive Employee Assistance Programme.
- Ongoing training and development
This role is subject to the requirements of The Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) (Amendment) (Coronavirus) Regulations 2021. Appointment is conditional on successful applicants providing evidence to our satisfaction that they are vaccinated, or are exempt from vaccination due to clinical reasons.
Leonard Cheshire welcomes applications from all sections of the community. We actively encourage applications from people with a disability, supporting where possible, your requirements for reasonable adjustments.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and adults at risk. A satisfactory disclosure check (PVG membership in Scotland) is required for this post. References will be obtained for all roles.
Shortlisting for this role may take place as applications are received. We therefore reserve the right to close this vacancy once suitable candidates have been appointed.
* No agencies please *
The Royal Osteoporosis Society is the only UK-wide organisation dedicated to finding a cure for osteoporosis and improving the lives of everyone affected by it. We help the nation look after its bones and appreciate the importance of bone health for everybody.
More than three million people in the UK are affected by osteoporosis. But unlike other common, chronic conditions, osteoporosis has a low-profile. Only around one in four adults are aware of what the condition means, and it has been discussed significantly less over the last five years than most other chronic conditions.
In this exciting role reporting directly to the Nurse Manager, the post holder will work as part of the team of osteoporosis specialist nurses, providing information and support to people using a range of communication channels and contributing to information resources produced by the charity in both printed and digital formats.
As an osteoporosis specialist nurse, you will answer osteoporosis enquires via telephone, email, letter and digital channels such as live chat and social media channels, to provide information on all aspects of osteoporosis and related issues.
We’re looking for a Registered General Nurse with minimum of three years’ experience at Band 5 or 6, with a knowledge of osteoporosis and the ability to listen to and support people at risk of/with osteoporosis/fractures and their carers, who is able to work self-directed on projects and to adapt quickly to this different role.
Our offices are based in Bath, but we have a very flexible approach and dependant on location, there is flexibility for remote working or on a hybrid basis.
The role offers up to 37.5 hours per week, and we would welcome full-time or part-time (minimum of 22.5 hours) applicants. We particularly welcome qualified applicants from ethnic minorities as they are under-represented in the team.
If you are looking to join a fantastic organisation and team where you can really make a difference, we’d love to hear from you.
How to apply
To apply, applicants should provide a comprehensive CV, including details of relevant experience and achievements. This should be supplemented by a supporting statement in a cover letter, demonstrating how your skills and experience meet the person specification.
The closing date is midnight on 31 January 2022.
Department Clinical Services
Contract type Permanent
Hours 37.5 hours per week
Salary up to £34,062 per annum
Benefits Competitive pension and holiday entitlement, life assurance, training and development investment and an Employee Assistance Programme
Are you passionate about making a difference and supporting others to achieve their individual employment goals?
Do you have the skills and commitment to support people into the workplace?
We want you to put that passion to great use supporting people with substance misuse issues to find paid employment as part of their recovery and improving their lives.
So why not apply for the role of IPS Employment Specialist at Richmond Fellowship today?
What’s in it for you?
Richmond Fellowship has the welfare of their staff and clients at the heart of everything we do and provide opportunities to develop the skills of staff as well as good progression in their roles. Alongside a generous base salary and great flexibility with your working schedule, we offer training, development and progression opportunities and the chance to make a real difference to people’s lives. This role offers immense job satisfaction.
What will I be doing?
Day to day you will be supporting clients with support needs to find and sustain paid employment as a key element of their recovery - engaging with employers and building good working relationships with the referring teams along the way. You’ll offer support, careers advice and guidance, helping people to set their own recovery and employment focused goals and provide training in personal and skills development such as CV preparation, interview techniques etc. Additionally, you will have responsibility for maintaining efficient admin systems to ensure referrals, assessments and reviews are completed in a timely manner.
We are looking for:
·Experience of working in a customer facing environment e.g. Customer Services, Social Care, Hospitality, Sales etc
·Experience of working in a performance target driven environment
·Willingness to travel locally and dedicated to working in the community
This is a permanent, full‐time post at 37.5 hours a week.
The salary for this role is £23,380.00 per annum, with potential progression to £24,513.00 per annum.
This is a rolling recruitment process, candidates will be shortlisted as and when they apply.
We are committed to increasing our diversity and we would welcome applications from those with lived experience and/or who are from a BAME background.
Recovery Focus is committed to working towards equal opportunities and we select staff solely on merit irrespective of race, colour, national or ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, age, social class, religious belief, disability or history of mental health or addiction problems. If you need support to apply for the role or adaptions at interview please contact the recruitment team to discuss.
So, are you ready to take on this rewarding role that comes with some really great benefits?
Richmond Fellowship is a partner in Recovery Focus - a national group of charities highly experienced in providing specialist support services to individuals and families living with the effects of mental ill health, drug and alcohol use, gambling and domestic violence. We know that recovery can look and feel very different to each and every one of us. But we also know that if we provide the right support, at the right time, we can inspire recovery nationwide and that recovery is possible for everyone.
The post-holder will play a key role in ensuring that the operational and HR aspects of the SFT run smoothly. With an expanding team and increasing partnership work the post-holder will provide strong background support; bringing consistency, continuity and a high level of professionalism to the role.The post-holder will have day to day responsibility for HR tasks, internal policies and procedures, IT and systems management, internal communications, GDPR, insurance and office management. Alongside specific HR and operations responsibilities the post holder will also be required to provide general administrative support to the team from time to time.
- Recruitment and Retention:Oversee and administer HR systems and support recruitment processes and the onboarding of new staff, as may be required from time to time. Ensure Job Descriptions are up to date. Manage annual review process.
- Internal Communications: Ensure team members are regularly updated on relevant organizational changes and developments, with particular focus on ensuring remote working staff feel connected.
- Policies and Procedures:Oversee and implement SFT policies and procedures, working with others as required. Develop new policies as required.
- IT:Ensure all staff have the adequate IT support, hardware, software and training.
- Premises: Ensure the organisation has adequate premises, equipment, insurance etc. in place to ensure it can run effectively.
- GDPR: Ensure the SFT is GDPR compliant. Review compliance on an annual basis.
- Insurance:Keep the SFT’s insurance up to date and regularly reviewed and be responsible for insurance claims and queries.
- Office Management:Ensure the office is a welcoming working environment, by ensuring administrative and maintenance tasks are attended to.
- Budget Control: Control expenditure on office supplies, equipment and other relevant expenditure categories.
- General Support: Provide administrative support to the wider team, and assist with finance tasks from time to time.
Note: This job description does not form part of the contract of employment but indicates how the contract should be performed. The job description may be subject to amendment.
About the Sustainable Food Trust
The Sustainable Food Trust is a UK-based charity that works to accelerate the transition to more sustainable food systems globally.
We work in a range of ways, from broad-based public engagement through our various communication channels and events, to high level influencing through coalitions and campaigns. We also work at a research level, publishing ground-breaking reports and policy briefings.
Some of our key work areas include:
- True Cost Accounting
- Sustainability Metrics
- Sustainable livestock
- Local food systems
- Linking diet, health and sustainability
Qualifications and Experience
We are looking for applicants to evidence strong administration, HR and office management skills. Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, are a must.
Specifically, we are looking for candidates who have experience with or can demonstrate the following.
Essential Qualifications and Experience
- Educated to A-level or above, or equivalent experience
- GCSEs in Maths and English at Grade C or above
- Experience in an administrative environment and of setting up and maintaining office administration procedures and systems.
- Writing and implementing procedures, including office and health and safety procedures.
- Accurate data input
- HR administration
- Office management and administration
- Understanding of GDPR, and overseeing the data protection needs of an organisation
Essentail Skills and Abilities
- Excellent Communication and interpersonal skills
- A flexible working style, with the ability to communicate with authority whilst retaining a sensitive and good-humoured approach to working with others
- Good organisational and time management skills
- Highly motivated with the ability to act in your own initiative
- Attention to detail and high level of accuracy
- Good judgment, and analytic and problem-solving skills
- Ability to be tactful and diplomatic and to represent and be an ambassador for SFT.
- Excellent IT skills including word processing and spreadsheets
- A positive and enthusiastic attitude.
- Commitment to equal opportunities and diversity and experience of implementing good practice.
- Commitment to SFT principles and ethos
- HR qualifications
- Previous experience in a charity or voluntary environment.
- Basic book-keeping knowledge
- Budget management
- Charity operations and governance.
If you would like to apply for this position, please send your CV along with a covering letter outlining the skills and experience you can offer. Please refer to the tasks listed under Key Responsibilities, and the Skills and Abilities list above. This letter should be no more than 2 sides in length.
Due to the volume of applications we receive, we regret that we are unable to acknowledge receipt individually. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, with no closing date. Therefore, please submit an application as soon as possible.
Interviews will be held on Tuesday 1st February and Tuesday 8th February 2022
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: North Somerset
Salary: £10,424 - £10,849 actual per annum (depending on skills and experience)
Working Hours: 16 per week
Closing Date: 04 February 2022
Interview Date: 14th February 2022 via Zoom
Please note the deadline for submitting applications for this vacancy is 5pm on the closing date
Alzheimer's Society is the UK's leading dementia charity. We provide information and support, improve care, fund research, and create lasting change for people affected by dementia.
About the role
Do you want to help make north Somerset a more dementia-friendly place? Have you got the drive to raise awareness and enable people with dementia to live well in a community which is working to become more dementia-friendly? You will be approaching organisations, groups and individuals and encouraging them to take action. You will be working with the council and other stakeholders to implement clear action plans and to enable north Somerset to gain Alzheimer’s Society’s Dementia Friendly Community status and make the area a place where people with dementia can live well. The role involves supporting the Dementia Friendly Community to consult with people with dementia and carers on their priorities locally. You will be promoting a better understanding of the condition across communities in order to reduce stigma and discrimination and promote independence for people living with dementia.
You will be confident speaking to a group and able to get people on board. You will be well-organised and flexible with good time management skills. The successful candidate will be educated to GCSE level or above, with good interpersonal and communication skills. You will be able to travel across north Somerset.
Our employees work hard every day to make a true difference in people's lives. We are proud to support them with a range of benefits, recognition and many options for flexible working which contributes to a good work life balance. We also have various learning programmes to support you in your development and help you grow to realise your potential and shape a career with Alzheimer's Society.
You may have experience of the following: Support Worker, Social Care, Dementia, Charity, Charities, Third Sector, Social Worker, Community Care, Community Coordinator, Support Coordinator, Not for Profit, Healthcare Assistant, Care Worker, Vulnerable People, Voluntary Sector, Care Assistant, etc.
Ref: 106 428
Large NHS Organisation in Wiltshire is currently looking to recruit an experienced, professional and motivated Interim Finance Business Partner to join the finance team.
This post is an integral part of the Trust’s Divisional Senior Management Team and will lead on all aspects of financial management within available budget to ensure best patient care is delivered.
Reporting to the Head of Financial Management, you will work closely with the wider senior finance team and divisional management team providing and developing timely and accurate financial management information.
You will be expected to influence and shape all financial decisions in the Division in order to deliver efficient and effective working practices, maximise business opportunities and ultimately deliver an excellent patience experience.
The post holder will also be expected to use high level technical, analytical, presentational, interpersonal and negotiating skills to develop excellent working relationships with a range of internal and external senior managers across the organisation.
How you\'ll make a difference
You will be the HR lead advisor on the wellbeing strategies needed to support the workforce, specifically in relation to the impact of COVID and beyond. You will take the lead in further developing and promoting high quality wellbeing resources and initiatives and will help ensure best practice.
What will you be doing?
The main focus of this role will be to drive delivery of the Wellbeing commitments in the clients plan and Organisational Reset Programme, specifically the Wellbeing Road Map and co-ordinate and promote specific tools and resources to support staff.
- You will ensure the full cross section of their employees have their wellbeing needs understood and met establishing new or utilizing existing forums (for example Mental Health Strategic Cell and an operational group).
- You will develop and promote wellbeing resources, ensuring they are relevant and accessible to the council’s various workforce workgroups, keeping in mind that different groups may require different solutions.
- You will monitor and report on the impact of these initiatives and programmes ensuring any supporting budget is used effectively.
- Working with theirr Mental Health Champions and Mental Health First Aiders you will co-ordinate and support to establish self-managing networks.
- You will work with staff equality groups to ensure their wellbeing needs are adequately reflected and met in the strategy.
- You will ensure that there is consolidation is our approach to wellbeing, using data and research to inform your decisions and recommendations.
What they need from you
This role does not require you to be a wellbeing practitioner, the client is looking for someone with a keen interest in wellbeing and an understanding of wider people and workforce needs.
- You will have significant experience in a HR related role, such as wellbeing, rewards, workforce planning or strategy and you will be able to demonstrate an understanding and awareness of wider mental health and wellbeing issues.
- You will have the ability to analyse data, spot trends and implement solutions . You will also have strong communication skills with the ability to influence other and enable change.
- You may have a relevant professional qualification in a related field this could be HR, Health improvement or Health & Safety, Mental Health.
- You will also have the ability to measure and report the impact of interventions, skilled in using Microsoft office packages and in the presentation of materials, resources and digital content.
How a career with this client is different
- They value their staff as individuals, investing in their careers and they are recognised for the quality, breadth and depth of our training and development offer, which helps make the greatest long-term difference in work.
- What’s special here is the strength of the team ethos, the support and the training.
- They recognise that their diverse team of skilled and dedicated people make them s a great place to work. They welcome applications from everyone and ensure that individuals are selected, promoted and developed on the basis of their merits and abilities.
*The team are currently working remotely, but the usual place of work is Badminton Road, Yate, as they provide a service to their customers from offices. It is expected that you will return to the usual place of work in line with governmental guidance and local council policy in the future.
Their teams a are making a real difference to the lives of people who live, work and learn with them.
- They’re providing essential services across our internal network to ensure we can fully support our community.
- They’re positive and forward thinking, always looking for new and innovative ways of working and they’re ambitious about the future.
- They've achieved a great deal, but we need talented and dedicated people to ensure they continue to make a difference.
They’re making a difference, be part of it!
Salary From: £33,782
Salary To: £36,922
Hours per week: 37
Vacancy type: Permanent
Advertising End Date: 13 February 2022
You may have experience of the following: HR Coordinator, HR Advisor, HR Assistant, HR Manager, HR Business Partner, Human Resources Coordinator, Human Resources Advisor, Human Resources Assistant, HR Officer, HR Adviser, Human Resources Manager, CIPD, etc.
Ref: 106 433
The Club Leader will provide a wide range of age appropriate and fun social and leisure activities for adults with learning disabilities and additional needs, leading our Wednesday night club to provide activities that make a real difference to our members’ lives.
As part of leading a weekly club session, the role will also support the club’s volunteers that are essential for the smooth running of club sessions and the club’s awareness and place in the community.
We are seeking a committed Club Leader, who is passionate about providing fun opportunities for adults with learning disabilities to increase their confidence, social skills and independence.
The successful candidate will be pro-active, patient and a good multi-tasker. They will also have good interpersonal skills to engage and develop strong working relationships with club members, support staff and volunteers.
- Produce and implement a programme of suitable activities on a 6-weekly basis, in line with the aims and objectives of Bath Gateway Out & About.
- Include local community-based activities within the programme and promote positive inclusion wherever possible.
- Oversee the team of volunteers, guiding and supporting them to help with session delivery and to engage members in session activities.
- With the support of club volunteers co-ordinate the setting up and clearing away of equipment/materials for club sessions and the activities involved.
- Establish and maintain effective communication with parents, carers, statutory and voluntary agencies and other community groups.
- Ensure that any emergency personal care needs are managed appropriately, if necessary, and to notify the parent or responsible carer in such instances.
- Responsible for the maintenance of equipment belonging to the club and the equipment and facilities of organisations/sites used by the club.
- Be responsible for the health, safety and welfare of all in attendance at club sessions; creating a clean, safe and hazard free environment and ensuring everyone departs club sessions safely.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Location: Bristol with some home working
Benefits: A generous package including 26 days holiday a year and public holidays, employee pension scheme with 4% employer contribution, Cycle2Work scheme, 365 days a year Employee Assistance Programme
We are SafeLives, the UK-wide charity dedicated to ending domestic abuse, for everyone and for good. Last year alone, nearly 13,500 professionals received our training. Over 70,000 adults at risk of serious harm or murder and more than 85,000 children received support through dedicated multi-agency support designed by us and delivered with partners. In the last four years, over 2,000 perpetrators have been challenged and supported to change by interventions we created with partners, and that’s just the start.
Together we can end domestic abuse. Forever. For everyone.
The successful postholder will be responsible for providing high-quality generalist HR services at SafeLives in conjunction with an HR administrator. The HR Officer will oversee the smooth running of key HR operations and you will be instrumental in building a culture amongst our employees that reflects our values through the provision of excellent HR support.
You will provide and develop a range of comprehensive and customer-orientated human resources services which support the implementation of SafeLives’ human resources strategy. There will be a strong focus on supporting the embedding and development of our culture and behaviours; employee recognition and performance measurement/management; learning and development and developing management and leadership capability across the organisation.
You will be the lead operational HR professional, supported by the COO on strategic matters and a full-time HR Administrator on transactional matters. The successful postholder will also have access to an external legal and HR consultancy support when needed.
If this challenge sounds as exciting to you as it does to us and you believe you have the qualities we have described, please take a look over the job description and submit your 500-word cover letter and CV by 12.00pm, 31st January 2022.
No agencies please
(England South West)
£27,804 per annum (pro rata for part time hours)
Part time, 30 hours per week– happy to talk flexible working
Home based with occasional travel to the Reading & Bristol Offices
Enhanced DBS Required
About the role
As a Delivery Coordinator for England South, you will be responsible for project management of active travel behaviour change projects in multiple locations in the South West of England, currently including Cornwall and Plymouth. You will also have line management responsibility for a small group of delivery officers working on these projects.
You will ensure projects maximise the potential benefits from integrating behaviour change interventions, community-led urban design and the improvement of cycling and walking infrastructure.
You’ll support the England South Delivery Manager, Head of Delivery and Director to develop relationships, including commissioning relationships with local authorities, public health and the business sector, through involvement in key local networks.
This role will require travel and work at locations as necessary to undertake projects on behalf of Sustrans. You should be based within the South West geographical area with occasional travel expected to a nominated hub/office base in Bristol.
You should have experience of leading, motivating and managing a team. You will build relationships easily and be able to communicate effectively with a diverse range of people, across a range of organisations.
You will have extensive project management experience and be able to evidence your understanding of the methodology used; along with experience of producing reports and monitoring project delivery.
You will be experienced in bid writing for projects and will do so at the direction of the Head of Delivery and Delivery Manager for England South.
We aim to be a truly inclusive employer and welcome applications from people from all parts of the community, in particular from under-represented groups.
Sustrans is committed to reducing inequality, valuing diversity and enabling inclusion.
What we offer
In return we can offer ongoing working from home (or a nearby Sustrans office when it’s safe to do so) and a truly flexible, supportive and rewarding working environment.
- 26 days’ leave per annum plus bank holidays for full-time working
- Ability to buy an extra week of annual leave (pro-rata for part-time staff)
- Staff volunteer days
- 24/7 free, impartial and confidential support service
- We are members of the Green Commute Initiative and Cycle Scheme who both offer cycle to work schemes
- Group Personal Pension scheme with a 4% or 5% of basic salary contribution being matched by Sustrans
- Bike, computer and season ticket loans
- Discount benefits
- Enhanced maternity and paternity pay
- Flexible Working practices (full time hours are 37.5 per week, Monday - Friday)
Our vision and mission have never been more relevant.
Across the UK, governments are pledging investment and action on walking and cycling.
We are working together to make a real difference - creating places where everyone can live and travel happily and healthily, and where nobody is excluded.
Our work wouldn’t be possible without the commitment and dedication of our colleagues.
We are proud of our employee net promoter score, being in the top 20% of all employers across all sectors in the UK, due to our energised, friendly and motivated workforce.
Join Sustrans today and help us get things done, together!
- Closing date for the receipt of completed applications is 23:59, Monday 31st January 2022.
- Interviews will take place via MS Teams on the 11th and 14th of February
To apply, please complete our online application form.
Critical to our mission, we are now looking to recruit a Programme Coordinator to oversee a caseload of partner schools in Bristol. You will work closely with the schools and pupils and manage the pool of volunteer tutors by regularly attending weekly tutoring sessions, as well as overseeing the quality of face to face and online tutoring, always working to deliver a great impact.
As the Bristol Programme Coordinator, you will also support the recruitment of volunteer tutors, manage the tutor sign up process, deliver training for tutors, develop relationships with schools including their Senior Leadership Team and subject teachers, collect data for monitoring and evaluation purposes, and work with other internal teams on business development opportunities.
Place of work: On most days, you will be required to work in Action Tutoring's partner schools in Bristol as well as working from home between programmes. Occasional travel to our London office will be required. Travel costs to schools will be paid.
Contract and working hours: Full time (37.5 hours per week) permanent contract.
Start date: Mid March 2022
Closing date and interviews: Sunday 6th February 2022. Interviews 10th and 11th February 2022.
All Action Tutoring staff must have a DBS check. Should you be aware of any incidents, cautions or convictions that would appear on your DBS check, you should notify us with your application.
Duties and responsibilities
- Responsible for the delivery of Action Tutoring’s tutoring programmes in partner schools, whether online or face to face. This includes working closely to manage all key stakeholders: schools, pupils and volunteer tutors; regularly attending weekly face to face and online tutoring sessions; leading on reviewing and improving programme delivery, using data to reliably assess programme performance.
- Support the Action Tutoring Recruitment Team with focused recruitment of volunteer tutors.
- Manage the tutor sign-up process to assign tutors to upcoming tutoring programmes, working with the Volunteer Recruitment Coordinator on local volunteer recruitment.
- Deliver training for tutors on an on-going basis.
- Develop and strengthen relationships with key stakeholders in partner schools, including members of the Senior Leadership Team and subject teachers.
- Update and maintain Action Tutoring’s database, including collecting data for monitoring and evaluation purposes, such as attendance records, baseline and interim assessments and end of programme surveys. Reporting regularly on key performance indicators.
- Work with the Bristol Programme Manager on business development, approaching new schools that might be interested in working with Action Tutoring.
- Proactively report to the Bristol Programme Manager on the details of Action Tutoring’s operations in your partner schools.
- Any other responsibilities reasonably deemed necessary.
- Undergraduate degree (or equivalent experience).
- A*-C in maths and English at GCSE (or equivalent experience ).
- Right to work in the UK.
Being the sole representative for a partner school, you will need to use your ability to work independently and with initiative, often organising your own time to meet deadlines. You’ll also need to have a strong aptitude for developing relationships with a range of stakeholders ensuring you uphold high standards of communication and adapt your style for different audiences. The nature of this role will also require you to demonstrate adaptability, resilience and the ability to cope with some uncertainty.
This position would suit you if you’re looking to develop your experience in the education or charity sectors. Existing experience of working with young people and/or project management in a charity or education setting would be an asset.
As a charity that values and celebrates people's diversity and champions opportunities for all young people, we are keen to receive applications from people who have experienced disadvantage and from those who are of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities who are currently underrepresented in the organisation.
If you are dedicated to ensuring young people from all backgrounds reach a meaningful level of academic attainment and are passionate about bringing about this change, please apply today or get in touch for more information.
- Experience of working with young people and/or project management.
- Evidence of an interest in education and/or the third sector.
- Hybrid working
We offer a flexible combination of office and home based working.
25 days holiday a year (plus UK public holidays), increasing by a day for each complete year of service (up to three extra days).
- Flexitime and TOIL
We have a flexible policy for working hours, and offer TOIL where staff have to work particularly early in the day or late in the evening, so that they can reclaim those hours at another time.
- Team away days
The whole team across the UK gets together three times a year.
We have a workplace pension scheme with a 3% employer contribution.
- Culture of celebrating
Regular thanks and praise and monthly recognition of ’heroes’ to celebrate employees going above and beyond.
Lots of opportunities to learn from others in the organisation, including policy briefings, shadowing colleagues and peer-to-peer development.
Team socials around team days, regular bring-and-share team lunches and other activities.
As well as checking the accuracy of all content Action Tutoring shares with external audiences, our proofreading team supports individuals who would value an extra pair of eyes on their writing.
-Ad hoc projects
Interested in other exciting topics relevant to our charity? Then join one of our working groups (including policy, diversity and inclusion, curriculum and training, socials, data and insights) and support with ongoing projects.
How to apply
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1) Your ability to 'spin different plates' simultaneously, including clear examples of past experiences.
2) Your ability to be resilient when things are not going the way you thought, including clear examples of past experiences OR Your experience of managing diverse stakeholders, including clear examples of past experiences
3) Tell us about how our organisational values are in line with your values
Applications that fail to meet these criteria will automatically be discounted.
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 you with making the application process work for you.
Hunter Merrifield are pleased to work with a Cancer treatment charity based in Bristol to find a Head of Community and Corporate Engagement to take responsibility for the development and delivery of strategies to maximise unrestricted funds from the general public and corporate partners. You will be a key member of the Fundraising leadership team, who together take accountability for the delivery of the charity’s voluntary income growth.
Job Title: Head of Community and Corporate Engagement
Organisation: Cancer treatment charity
Location: Bristol (Home based until March 2022, hybrid approach once back in the office)
Contract: Fixed term contract for 12 months (maternity cover)
Closing Date: Wednesday 2nd February 2022
Required: CV and Cover Letter
The Head of Community & Corporate Engagement works as a key business partner to the wider organisation, collaborating with the wider fundraising team on delivering effective cross-functional stewardship strategies and working with all colleagues to enable a proud fundraising culture.
- Formulating and implementing high impact and innovative offline and online strategies to maximise the acquisition and long term engagement of individuals, community groups and corporate partners in fundraising on behalf of the charity.
- Developing and leading the team to deliver exceptional but proportionate stewardship to supporters, ensuring they build long, positive and beneficial relationships.
- Developing and managing the end to end delivery of a portfolio of events on behalf of the organisation; including scoping, planning, risk management and evaluation.
- Developing income targets, expenditure budgets and key metrics for Community, Corporate and Events activity and monitoring and reporting progress against these, including developing business cases for new initiatives.
- Contributing to development and delivery of cross functional initiatives, including the fundraising data strategy, cross-functional stewardship and marketing and engagement strategies.
- Delivering effective management to a team of small team ensuring excellent communication and service delivery to meet KPIs and deliver ROI.
- Managing relationships with key external service providers and agencies, including negotiating and managing contracts.
Skills and Experience
- Significant experience in at least two of the following areas: community network engagement, events management, b2b new business development, account management. Preferably in a not for profit and fundraising context.
- Senior management experience.
- Experience in use of the database and CRM systems to support relationship building, ideally with experience in Raiser’s Edge.
- Ability to conceptualise, drive and test new marketing ideas alongside the ability to motivate and mobilise others.
- Excellent relationship management and motivational skills
To find out more or to apply for the role, please contact Stuart Milliner at Hunter Merrifield.
Along with the charity we want to practice a diverse and inclusive recruitment process that ensures equal opportunity for all we work with, irrespective of race, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, age or gender. As an organisation, we encourage applications from all backgrounds and will ensure measures are met when required, to allow a fair process throughout.
Job Title: Finance Director
Hours: Part time, 30 hours a week / Permanent
Salary: up to £46,000 FTE dependent on experience
Location: Bristol, with some flexible working
We are working in partnership with Off The Record, a mental health charity supporting young people aged 11 to 25. OTR have seen a significant increase in demand for their youth mental health services and now reach over 13,000 young people each year. They have widened their impact even further by expanding services into North Somerset and developing work within schools. They are now seeking an exceptional Finance Director to join their developing Senior Leadership Team to provide financial leadership.
The successful candidate will be a fully qualified accountant, with Charity experience and demonstrate:
- Experience of leading financial strategy, planning, financial stewardship, and control.
- Previous exposure to audit procedures, project management, governance, and risk management processes.
- Experience of leading teams and operating at a senior level in a charity/ commercial/public sector environment
- Strong understanding of preparing statutory accounts in accordance with the Companies Acts and Charity SORP
- Strong negotiating skills: able to persuade and influence colleagues and key stakeholders at all levels.
We are looking for an individual with extensive experience in finance who has operated at a senior level. The successful candidate will be a flexible and meticulous individual who is able to present complex information to a range of audiences and lead multiple functions. You will also have accountability for our HR and Facilities functions and oversight of two income channels - Trade and Grants. In addition, as part of our Senior Leadership Team, you will shape our strategic direction and ensure that we continue to provide an outstanding offer for young people. Equally important is a strong personal interest in and commitment to the mental health of young people.
For more information, please contact Sandra Smith, Charisma Charity Recruitment.
Applications should be submitted through the Charisma website and include your CV and supporting statement.
We welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds. We do not discriminate on the basis of disability, race, colour, ethnicity, gender, religion, sexual orientation, age, veteran status, or other category protected by law.
Closing date: 27 February 2022