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Are you a Vet Nurse who is passionate about animal welfare, loves dogs and is looking for an excellent work life balance? We are seeking registered Vet Nurses to join our Veterinary Teams based in rehoming centres in Cardiff, Glasgow and Loughborough.
Dogs Trust is the largest dog welfare charity in the UK with a nationwide network of rehoming centres and charity shops. Last year, Dogs Trust centres cared for over 9,000 dogs; we never put a healthy dog down.
In this key role, you will work closely with the Dogs Trust rehoming centre team and the centre Veterinary Surgeon to help provide excellent veterinary care and welfare to our dogs. You will be involved with all aspects of surgery, assisting with consultations, maintaining clinical protocols, monitoring our recovery kennels, and you will also be a point of contact regarding veterinary assistance for the centre team, helping to ensure that protocols are adhered to by providing informal, occasional training to staff.
To be successful in this role you will be a Registered Veterinary Nurse with an appreciation of handling dogs in accordance with Dogs Trust guidelines, using positive reinforcement techniques. Experience of working in a rehoming/charity establishment would be desirable, but a full induction is provided. You will be able to show empathy and understanding towards both dogs and people and be committed to delivering the highest standards of patient care and customer service. You will also need a full, clean UK driving licence.
The role benefits from a Monday to Friday working schedule, with no out of hours or weekend commitment. Dogs Trust actively encourage professional development, with opportunities to work alongside our in-house behavioural teams, and a generous CPD allowance (including access to external opportunities). Additionally, RCVS fees for Vet Nurses are paid.
To apply for this position please visit our website.
At Dogs Trust we value diversity and we're committed to creating an inclusive culture. We actively encourage applications from people of all backgrounds, abilities and cultures and believe that a diverse workforce will help us to achieve our mission. Should you need any adjustments to the recruitment process, either at application or interview stage, please contact us on the email address listed on the job advert.
Health Promotion Nurse (Registered Adult Nurse) - Scotland
Please note this is known internally as Cancer Awareness Nurse
Location: Home based/ Field Based in Scotland - mainly Glasgow area
Contract: Casual worker, part time
Salary: £20 per hour
Application Deadline: Monday 7th February 11:59
Application Method: In our commitment to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, we are using Anonymous CVs through our recruitment portal. Please therefore ensure that you have completed the 'Work History' section of the application form and that you have answered the application questions. You will be asked to upload a CV, but we will not be using this as part of the shortlisting process, and it will therefore not be reviewed. We would like you to submit a covering letter online in the text box provided. Please include your motivations for applying for the role and how you feel your skills and experience are a good match.
Apply your nursing experience to a new challenge for 2022 and help us beat cancer sooner!
Our Cancer Awareness team plays a vital role in achieving our vision of beating cancer sooner. We travel to the heart of communities talking to over 60,000 people every year about cancer. Our nurses directly reach people most in need, helping people to take steps to reduce their risk of cancer through lifestyle changes and supporting them to maintain those changes lifelong. If you've got an interest in health promotion and you are an excellent and confident communicator then this could be the perfect opportunity for you!
About the role
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We're looking for a Bank Nurse for the Glasgow area to
Cover on our Cancer Awareness Roadshows around the country on an ad hoc basis
Work with our Cancer Awareness Nurses, engaging people face-to-face, providing information on cancer prevention, screening and early detection
Engage with other cancer awareness outreach activity in the local community including working autonomously across our Cancer Awareness in the Workplace programme, and other health promotion activities as required.
You'll be mainly based in Glasgow and surrounding areas, visiting communities who are at higher risk of cancer.
Our Cancer Awareness team was founded in 2006 in partnership with Ronan Keating and the Marie Keating Foundation. We play a vital role in achieving Cancer Research UK's vision of beating cancer sooner by directly reaching people most in need with tailored health messages, encouraging them to make positive changes to their health and signposting to local health services. We currently have three Cancer Awareness Roadshow units, three Cancer Awareness Hubs and a national programme of engagement activity that targets some of the UK's most deprived and diverse communities, where cancer incidence and mortality rates are significantly above average. For more information on the team please see the .
At CRUK, you will feel very much part of a dynamic team who are pioneering change in the community. As a Bank Nurse you will be well supported and given extensive training to ensure you are well equipped to help members of the public to make and maintain positive health changes.
To join our ambitious team, we're looking for motivated individual who is…
A registered Nurse -NMC registered and maintained at all times
Able to work effectively as a valued and supportive member of a remote team
Able to work autonomously and independently, recognising if and when to seek support and guidance
Able to demonstrate a good understanding of the challenges associated with targeting hard to reach groups and addressing health inequalities
Organised and a strong communicator
Willing to be flexible in regards to working days and hours
Our Nurses are based regionally and will be required to travel to other areas in the UK for short periods. Cancer Research UK will provide introductory training and orientation.
Please note that this post is a casual contract and is expected to average approximately 3 days per month. However with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic we are monitoring this regularly, this may mean the requirement will be less. We will discuss this further at interview.
Applicants must be available for training on the following dates that will be held virtually 21st and 24th March 2022
Development Officer - Scholarships
The Alumni and Development team at the University of Strathclyde seeks to appoint an experienced fundraiser to the post of Development Officer (Scholarships). This is a 12-month maternity cover contract where you will be responsible for an exciting and popular student scholarships programme. You will be heavily involved in account managing student scholarship support from our alumni, trusts and company supporters. This is an opportunity to progress your fundraising career in a Higher Education environment and to develop your fundraising skills.
Strathclyde is a socially progressive university and has a vision to widen access to university for talented students from all backgrounds, including those in financial need. If you are passionate about helping students, then you would have the opportunity to support our vision, by delivering a fundraising programme to increase the number of scholarships available to low income students.
Your day to day responsibilities include face-to-face fundraising meetings with donors and potential donors; organising cultivation events to develop relationships and working across the University with students, staff and our alumni and donors
The successful candidate will have some face to face fundraising experience and will be looking to take the next step in their career as a fundraising professional.
- Establish and deliver a programme of fundraising and donor engagement to raise philanthropic support for the University scholarship programme (gifts of £5,000+)
- Identify, build and develop relationships with potential donors through a series of face-to-face meetings and by organising fundraising events.
- Raise c£300k in scholarship funds over the year’s contract
- Prepare and develop complex and detailed funding proposals for potential supporters. This could include alumni, corporate donors and trusts & foundations
- Secure and close funding opportunities by working closely with donors and colleagues.
- Prepare reports and steward existing donors to ensure ongoing engagement and support.
- Support the development of scholarship fundraising strategy and work with the Individual Giving Manager in this goal.
- Manage relationships with major scholarship partners. This includes creating funding proposals, producing reports, organising events, working with senior business figures and colleagues.
- Develop fundraising materials and collateral by producing engaging copy and case for support.
1. Actively progress relationships with current and potential scholarship donors by managing a pool of 100+ contacts and reporting progress to the Individual Giving Manager.
2. Conduct face-to-face meetings with alumni and other potential donors which result in ’asks’ for gifts to the University at 5 and 6 figure gift levels (raising c£300k) from alumni, trusts and foundations, and corporate organisations.
3. Support the development of the scholarship fundraising strategy and work closely with the Individual Giving Manager to deliver agreed goals and targets.
4. Organise events (small dinners and meetings) to involve alumni and potential donors and to promote scholarship and widening access projects.
5. Develop engaging copy, cases for support and promotional materials to support fundraising projects, liaising with A&D colleagues and the University’s Communications team.
6. Negotiate formal gift agreements between the University and major donors, ensuring donors’ wishes can be met and the University’s responsibilities are clearly defined and adhered to.
7. Provide high quality stewardship to existing scholarship donors by preparing reports on the impact of their giving, and supporting opportunities to develop the relationship further.
8. Manage partnerships with existing strategic corporate funders to support the delivery and development of the relationship.
9. Represent the A&D Office and the University in a professional manner, both externally, and internally. Participating in the department, directorate and in the University, attending team meetings and contributing to planning.
10. Any other duties as may be required and which are appropriate to the grade and role of the post holder.
Full job description and person specification can be found in the attached document.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Alumni Relations Officer
The University of Strathclyde seeks to appoint an Alumni Relations Officer with a particular focus on marketing and communications. This is an exciting time to join the Alumni Relations team, as new digital initiatives are launched and innovative ways of communicating with our 183,000 strong global alumni community are explored.
You will be a confident and professional individual with an ability to work towards and achieve targets. You will help to deliver Strathclyde’s alumni engagement strategy through managing, developing and evaluating a suite of digital/printed engagement tools.
With the aim of developing a warm and engaged community of alumni ambassadors, you will create and produce engaging content to be used on the web, by email, on social media and within Strathclyde Connect (the University’s alumni engagement platform). This will include written case studies, video interviews with senior alumni, news articles and blogs. You will also manage printed materials including marketing leaflets and events collateral.
Working with an external provider, you will develop our use of Strathclyde Connect and be tasked with increasing engagement and membership – to grow Strathclyde’s virtual global alumni community.
A pro-active, positive and dynamic individual, the Alumni Relations Officer will have excellent communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to work on their own initiative to drive ideas forward. With an eye for detail and relevant marketing and communications experience, you will enjoy working as part of a small team to deliver impressive results.
Experience or knowledge of alumni relations in the HE sector is desirable.
Interviews are scheduled to take place on Tuesday 8th February 2022.
Manage the delivery of the University’s alumni communications programme, using a suite of digital/printed engagement tools to engage with the 183,000 strong global alumni community and strengthen Strathclyde’s international reputation:
- Social media management - delivering up to 4 pre-planned campaigns a year with a view to effectively engaging followers
- Strathclyde Connect – building virtual alumni communities, consistently increasing member numbers and stimulating engagement; delivering monthly highlights email
- E-communications – managing and prioritising a high volume of email traffic. Use quarterly A&D and faculty e-newsletters to effectively showcase stories from within the University community
- Case studies – elevate A&D’s case studies programme, liaising with high profile alumni to share their success stories and communicate these creatively to the alumni community
- Alumni awards – delivering Alumnus/a of the Year and supporting other high profile awards within A&D Student communications – working with internal colleagues to ensure A&D’s messages are conveyed to the student body and devising innovative strategies to engage new graduates
- Lost alumni – develop a lost alumni strategy, reconnecting with alumni across the globe
Provide line management for two members of staff (Alumni Relations Assistant and US Alumni Relations Intern).
Occasional evening hours required for events delivery purposes.
Deliver the University’s alumni communications strategy, using both printed and digital communications to further alumni engagement, celebrate success and promote alumni engagement activities, giving and volunteering opportunities to the Strathclyde community. Analyse the effectiveness of each channel.
Deliver A&D’s social media strategy, overseeing content created by the Alumni Relations Assistant for the Strathclyde Alumni Community social media channels (Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram). Ensure content is accurate, engaging and consistent. Analyse channel performance, ensuring the current strategy remains effective.
Manage Strathclyde’s online engagement platform, Strathclyde Connect, including working with providers to improve features and functionality. Develop and deliver A&D’s strategy for growth and development of the platform, creating innovative content and growing membership.
Deliver up to 4 alumni relations newsletters per year (and up to c20 mass emails per month). Source stories and write compelling copy, ensuring text is engaging to an international audience and without error.
Support the alumni engagement and fundraising pipelines by approaching and engaging senior alumni to produce case studies showcasing their career success, producing promotional materials in both written and video format.
Develop good working relationships with internal colleagues, supporting them to engage with their respective alumni cohorts. Co-ordinate and edit faculty e-newsletters; work with academics to produce blogs; conduct meetings with colleagues and advise them on best practice communications / events.
Showcase A&D fundraising activities: devise social media campaigns; write and promote fundraising success stories; select and promote the Alumni Community Scholarship; support comms for fundraising initiatives (e.g. Giving Day).
Liaise with senior alumni to deliver the Alumnus/a of the Year award and support the delivery of the Strathclyde Executive Leadership Awards (STELAR). Celebrate and recognise achievements within the alumni community.
Collaborate with external organisations such as the British Council, Visit Scotland and Scottish Government to promote and support activity within the alumni community.
Manage student communications to maintain high communication opt-in levels. Coordinate A&D’s presence at graduation ceremonies, partnering with external agencies and fundraising for the Alumni Community Scholarship.
Promote and support the delivery of flagship alumni events in the UK and overseas.
Line manage the Alumni Relations Assistant, ensuring effective delivery of tasks, monitoring their performance and supporting their professional development. Line manage the US Alumni Relations Intern (0.34FTE) to deliver A&D’s lost alumni strategy.
Contribute to the team’s reporting mechanisms by accurately monitoring and tracking alumni engagement activity on the department’s database (Raiser’s Edge); excel spreadsheets and via monthly reports.
Keep abreast of professional and regulatory frameworks (including GDPR / PECR) and sector developments; represent A&D in a professional manner as required. Any other duties deemed appropriate by the AR Manager.
Full job description and person specification can be found in the attached document.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.