Oasis Charitable Trust is a multi-national charity supporting young people and their families in nine countries worldwide. Our vision is for building healthy communities: places where everyone is included, making a contribution and reaching their full potential. We are looking for a committed Communications & Supporter Relations Manager to spread the word about the great work Oasis does, in a cohesive and inspiring way, as part of our wider income generating strategy.
This post will work as part of the Oasis Communications and Fundraising team, who support the delivery of the Oasis Group strategy, to develop brand profile and secure sustainable income streams across the group’s charities.
This role is an exciting opportunity for the successful candidate to:
- help form and deliver a cohesive message about Oasis’ global work that is well-communicated across our internal and external audiences
- act as the day-to-day lead on developing strong funding propositions that generate exposure, secure media coverage and support funding development.
- manage our websites and social media
- develop an understanding of our supporters, their journey with us and be able to evaluate the effectiveness of our fundraising asks, with the aim to grow our supporter base.
This role sits within a small strategic core team, with work spanning the communications function and linked to that, growing our valued supporter base. In return for your commitment and hard work, Oasis can offer:
- A competitive starting salary, with opportunities to progress with experience
- 25 days holiday per year (plus Bank Holidays), rising to 30 days after 2 years of service.
- A non-contributory defined benefit pension scheme with 7% Employer contributions.
- Flexible working practices and family friendly policies.
- A supportive working environment with a focus on staff development and wellbeing.
Oasis is committed to making a difference to the lives of the communities it works in, and as such you must show a willingness to demonstrate commitment to the values and behaviours which flow from the Oasis ethos. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff to share this commitment and to undergo appropriate checks, including enhanced DBS checks.
To request a job information pack, including an application form please download the documents from this page or contact Oasis UK for further information. Please note that CVs alone will not be accepted.
Closing date for applications is: Midday, Monday 14th October 2019
Initial interviews will be held on Thursday 24th October 2019 at Oasis National Office.
Oasis supports Equal Opportunities Employment
Permanent, full time post, 40 hours per week, inclusive of breaks
Salary: £34,514 per annum (Including London Weighting)
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
35 hours per week
We’re Mind, the mental health charity. We won’t give up until everyone experiencing a mental health problem gets support and respect. We provide advice and support to empower anybody experiencing a mental health problem and we campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding.
We are looking for someone who is real, personal and compassionate. In the competitive and constantly changing environment that charities find themselves in, providing a stand out experience to supporters has never been more important. This exciting opportunity, to join a growing supporter care team whose aim is to deliver exceptional customer service to each and every person it supports, should not be missed!
Engagement and communication is at the heart of this role so if you enjoy speaking to people and can deliver great customer service, then this could be just the role for you.
Experience of working in a busy, customer-focused environment is desirable as well as exceptional administrative skills, excellent attention to detail and your ability to communicate passionately and confidently about Mind’s work.
Please follow the link below to our website.
To find out more, please download the full job spec and person specification.
Closing date: 30th September 2019
Interviews: week beginning 7th October 2019
Mind is committed to equality of opportunity for all staff, and applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.
Fundraising and Supporter Engagement Manager
Migraine is the third most common disease in the world. Millions of people across the UK are living with the condition right now, and it is ruining far too many lives.
The Migraine Trust has been investing in migraine research, providing high-quality, evidence-based information and support, and campaigning for change for nearly 55 years.
We are now the largest migraine charity in the UK, but with the arrival of a new CEO in March 2019 we are starting to set out new plans to reach more people affected by migraine, involve more people, help more people, and improve more people’s lives.
We need an outstanding fundraising function to be the engine for that ambition.
We are looking for a new Fundraising and Supporter Engagement Manager to lead our three-person Fundraising Team and transform our charity’s fundraising activities.
We want to grow the number of people supporting our charity from just over a thousand currently to many thousands over the next five years. We want the Fundraising Team to use as many effective, innovative and engaging fundraising approaches as possible to get us there, while delivering an amazing experience for our donors.
We are looking for someone very special who even at the end of their stellar career will still look back with huge pride at how their achievements enabled our charity to help improve thousands more lives.
This person will be an outstanding fundraising all-rounder with strategic vision, creativity, limitless enthusiasm and determination, and the ability to not only inspire and lead their own Fundraising Team brilliantly well, but also to work collaboratively and effectively with other teams from across our charity as well.
If that’s you, in return we offer a competitive salary and generous employer pension; an informal, family-friendly and inclusive culture in a newly refurbished central-London office; an absolute commitment to your personal development; and the opportunity to work with some of the most passionate and ‘can do’ people in the charity world.
We want to help you to do amazing things, we want you to be as ambitious for yourself as you are for our charity, and we want you to have fun and challenge yourself at work.
If you’re interested, please send your CV and a cover letter (two sides of A4 max) outlining why you want this job and why you think you would be right for it. The deadline for all applications is Sunday 6 October 2019. Interviews will be on Tuesday 22 October 2019 at The Migraine Trust.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Would you like to help make a difference to people’s lives and be part of the elimination of an infectious disease?
Do you have experience of being in a supportive or advice giving role, ideally with people with complex needs or marginalised /disadvantaged groups. We are looking for a passionate and highly skilled Helpline Information and Support Officer who has excellent communication and organisational skills.
You will be providing specific support and information on hepatitis C to a wide range of people, including medical professionals and the general public.
We, The Hepatitis C Trust, are actively involved in working with the ongoing Infected Blood Inquiry as a Core Participant. Due to this a larger proportion of our work is now focused on supporting those who were infected in this way and the additional complex issues they face.
A lived experience of hepatitis C is essential but we would particularly welcome applications from anyone who has been specifically infected or affected by contaminated blood.
Who we are:
Muslim Aid is a British, faith-based international development organisation that provides support to communities around the world affected by disasters, conflict or endemic poverty without regard to their social, religious, or ethnic background.
What you’ll be doing:
The Supporter Experience team is involved in ensuring the supporter experience is at the heart of everything we. We are aiming to increase the depth and value of supporter relationships whilst encouraging repeat giving or multiple interactions. The purpose of this role is to design and implement first class stewardship plans to ensure our amazing supporters have a great experience with Muslim Aid and care about the cause for many years.
The Supporter team plays a pivotal role in making Muslim Aid more data and insight driven in the way we fundraise and communicate with supporters. The team will take a lead in mapping supporter journeys by using a data driven methodology to ensure we are implementing insights to improve the way we engage with our supporters.
As a confident communicator, you will help develop a culture based on understanding and interpreting supporter behaviours and motivations. Using this information, you will lead on mapping journeys and experiences across communications, campaigns and the fundraising portfolio to maximise a supporter’s lifetime value.
Who we are looking for:
The ideal candidate will be IT literate and proficient using Excel to handle data. You will have significant supporter/customer care experience obtained from the commercial or charity sectors. You will understand the importance of a supporter journey and how to map and track that journey to ensure each step is fully understood and engaged with.
You will have experience of working in a busy environment, prioritising activities appropriately and managing multiple, conflicting priorities. You will also have proven experience of developing internal relationships across a complex organisation – working with internal clients to develop and adapt briefs to improve supporter experience.
Why you should apply:
If you are ambitious and self-motivated, with the ability to work with a high degree of autonomy this role is an exciting opportunity. You will be joining a supportive, highly-skilled, passionate organisation as a specialist in your field.
How to apply:
To apply please submit your cover letter (no more than 1 page) and CV to us.
Muslim Aid’s recruitment and selection procedures reflect our commitment to the safety and protection of children and vulnerable adults in our care/employment. Successful candidates will be expected to undergo a DBS check (Basic, Standard or Enhanced depending on the role). In addition, all successful candidates for finance roles will undergo an Experian Credit Check.
Crisis is the national charity for homeless people. We know that homelessness is not inevitable. We know that together we can end it.
About the role
As our new Head of Individual Supporters, you would manage one of the biggest individual giving campaigns in the sector. Our talented, high performing team boast significant year on year growth and we’re looking for a strong track record of success in a similar role, an innovative approach and the ambition to take us to the next level. We are invested in an innovative approach, whilst ensuring our current campaigns continue to deliver. You will thrive on the responsibility of achieving these increasing levels of income, whilst ensuring our messaging helps to end homelessness.
- Managing the Supporter Appeals team, balancing a portfolio of recruitment and development activities to achieve growth targets on budget
- Recruiting new donors by direct mail, F2F, press and online advertising, social media, inserts, radio, TV and telemarketing and ensuring retention through excellent donor experience
- Increasing donors engagement and support over time using by phone, mail, email and social networking to create two way conversations, where appropriate
- Developing new and innovative ways of continuing to expand and widen the unique opportunity presented to Crisis each Christmas
- Supporting the overarching supporter engagement strategy developed by Marketing and Comms, ensuring individual donor journeys create great experiences for supporters, maximising value for Crisis and increasing donor engagement.
- Developing Crisis’ online fundraising strategy
- Developing and maintaining good working relationships with external agencies: creative and fundraising agencies, print suppliers, mailing houses and relevant internal departments
- Providing in-depth analysis of giving trends across the database and exploring new ways of refining data analysis, in order to drive and inform our forward planning. Whilst also monitoring the external environment and ensuring Crisis is able to adapt to the ever-changing landscape
- Managing and monitoring the Supporter Appeals budget and producing accurate income forecasts and multi-year income models based on various expenditure scenarios
To be successful in this role you will have:
1.Substantial direct marketing experience including recruitment across a range of media
2.Proven experience of leading Fundraising teams, supporting individuals to achieve financial targets and develop their skills and knowledge
3.Knowledge of relationship marketing techniques and strategies
4.Experience of successful digital fundraising techniques
5.Detailed knowledge of print production and mailing techniques
6.Experience of using a relational database
7.Analytical skills and confidence in handling numerical data
8.Knowledge of relevant legislation and regulation affecting fundraising and direct marketing
9.Experience of managing external marketing agencies, printers and mailing houses
10.Experience of working with a variety of media such as press, mailings, online and DRTV
11.Experience of managing large and complex budgets
Commitment to Crisis’s purpose and values including equality and social inclusion is essential.
As a member of the team you will have access to a wide range of employee benefits including:
- Interest free loans to purchase a train season ticket or a bike or for a deposit to secure a tenancy
- Mandatory pension scheme, with an employer contribution of 8.5%
- 25 days’ annual leave which increases with service to 28 days
- The option to work from home up to two days per week.
Alongside our excellent staff benefits, we will support your ongoing development to build your skills, experience and career.
How to apply
If this sound likes the opportunity for you, please complete our online application form, addressing in the supporting statement section how you meet points 1, 2, 5, and 6 only of the person specification. The person specification is available on our website by clicking on the 'Vacancy Details' button.
If you need to request an application in an alternative format, please contact the HR Team, contact details can be found on our website.
Closing date: 29th September (23:59)
We value diversity, promote equality and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds. We particularly welcome applications from people with lived experience of homelessness.
For more information about our work and to see our work in action, please visit our website.
Registered Charity Numbers: E&W1082947, SC040094
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Please note: we reserve the right to close any of our vacancies early.
Contract type: Permanent
Location: London or Redbridge, covering South East
Hours: 9am – 5pm, Monday to Friday
Working pattern: 35 Hours per week
Interview dates: 9th October
Salary: £44,365 to £46,973 per annum plus £4,105 pro rata per annum London weighting
We cannot provide sponsorship for the role.
As this role requires an Enhanced Disclosure check the start date for the successful candidate will only be confirmed upon receipt of the check.
We’re recruiting for a Head of Skills, Information & Support services, to lead the delivery of regional SIS services to people with sight loss and their families, in line with our strategy and five-year plan, based on regional need and demographics.
The successful candidate will provide inspiring leadership to all regional staff and volunteers to ensure the delivery of effective, safe services to people living with a vision impairment and their families. We’re looking for someone to effectively engage with key partners and stakeholders to find ways to reach more people with sight loss with SIS services, and support national initiatives that have aregional impact and relevance.
In your application, you will need to evidence, using specific examples, how your skills and experience meet the criteria laid out in the person specification, within the Job Description below. Requirements include;
• Ability to lead on internal and external communications with effective public speaking and presentation skills.
• Proven track record of leading and performance managing a multidiciplinary team of staff working with vulnerable adults and children and young people.
• Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to inspire, motivate and collaborate with a range of stakeholders.
• Experience of working in the third sector.
For more information on this role, the requirements and our benefits package, please see the documents attached below.
How to apply: Applications can be made using the online application form. As part of our safer recruitment policy, we do not accept CVs for job applications.
Working at Guide Dogs
Working at Guide Dogs is much more than just a job. Through the values that guide our work, we make a real difference, and change lives.
We believe that well-being at work is about creating an environment to promote a state of contentment which allows all employees to flourish and achieve their full potential for the benefit of themselves and for Guide Dogs.
As a member of staff, we offer you a wide range of benefits to suit your individual needs. These include; 26 days’ holiday plus bank holidays (rising to 28 days after 3 years' service), flexible benefits package and a defined contribution group personal pension plan.
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 disabled people as they are currently under-represented in the organisation and guarantee an invite to interview for all disabled applicants who 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.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
I have a temp Raiser's Edge Database Officer post starting towards the end of September with a health related charity. This post will run for 7-8 weeks to provide cover.
You will be the first contact for any database queries, work with the Individual Giving Manager to solve any issues, and develop database processes by taking the lead to ensure that all historic data is imported to Raiser's Edge to maximise the effectiveness of data analysis and ensure that all supporter records are as accurate as possible.
The role has an element of supporter care where you will regularly communicate with supporters via phone and email, record donations and send thank you communications daily.
This post is paying £13.73 PAYE + £1.66 holiday pay per hour.
Interviews are next Thursday 12th (you must be available for this date).
Nearest stations - Mornington Crescent, Kings Cross.
Please let me know if you wish to be considered by emailing your CV to [email protected]
Assist in the delivery of an organisation-wide, supporter-centric approach to the charity's supporter care, ensuring the best possible long-term supporter relationships
Assist in the delivery of operational strategies to retain and maximise the value of donors/members
Assist in the implementation of solid supporter care procedures and systems
Provide excellent customer care to current and potential supporters and donors
Collating and checking financial information on membership income to produce reports for own and other teams and network groups
Processing of payments and orders, logging and resolution of enquiries, requests and complaints, and other associated administrative tasks
Other administrative duties including Reception cover and processing incoming and outgoing post
If you are immediately available and have the skills and experience required, please apply online or contact Sekai today!
Supporter Care Administrator
Salary range: £20,286 - £24,344
Contract: Fixed Term Contract (11 months)
Working hours: 35 hours per week
Working in the Fundraising and Communications department, the Supporter Care Administrator will be responsible for dealing with enquiries from supporters and members of the public, delivering excellent supporter care to all.
We are almost wholly reliant on income received from supporters and donors to the charity, and looking after these supporters is crucial. The role also involves working with internal colleagues and external fundraising agencies to manage supporter care processes effectively, including all areas of administration.
In addition, the Supporter Care Administrator will ensure that processes are in place so that supporters’ donations are added to the organisational database, banked and thanked in a timely and accurate manner, and that complaints are dealt with appropriately. The post involves significant database work so close attention to detail and accuracy is important.
You will have experience of working in a fast-paced customer care environment, ideally within a charity, be an effective communicator and a confident user of MS Excel and Word. Previous database experience would be preferable.
To apply for this role, you will have to complete an online application and specify how you meet the person specification criteria, as outlined in the job description. To do this, we suggest that you download the job description from our website prior to starting your application.
Currently, the application process works best on desktop / laptop devices.
The closing date for applications is on Sunday 22nd September 2019 at 23:59.
We expect interviews to be held in London on Monday 30th September 2019.
A disclosure check will be sought in relation to the successful applicant for this post. This will be shared with Human Resources and may also be shared with the Safeguarding Manager and the relevant management team. All applicants must also complete a self-disclosure form.
We strive to provide an accessible recruitment process. If a disability or long term condition makes it difficult for you to complete our application form, please contact us to discuss alternative formats. If you require reasonable adjustments for taking part in the interview, please indicate this in response to the corresponding question in the application form.
Additional information about the support we offer is on our jobs page.
We are a Disability Confident Employer and committed to offering interviews to candidates who request to be considered under the disability confident scheme and meet the minimum requirements of the person specification.
The National Deaf Children’s Society is committed to safeguarding the welfare of children and young adults and expects staff and volunteers to share that commitment.
We are also committed to promoting work-life balance amongst our staff.
To apply for the role of Supporter Care Administrator, please apply via the button shown.
This job is being posted by Webrecruit on behalf of National Deaf Children's Society. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.
Additional Keywords: Supporter Care Administrator, Customer Care Administrator, Customer Service Executive, Customer Services Representative, Supporter Care Co-ordinator, Customer Experience Rep, Administrator, Customer Support Administrator, Customer Service Administrator.
circa £26,000 per annum pro rata
Fixed term – 3 months
Unicef ensures more of the world’s children are vaccinated, educated and protected than any other organisation. We have done more to influence laws and policies to help protect children than anyone else. We get things done. And we’re not going to stop until the world is a safe place for all our children.
Unicef UK’s Supporter Care team needs a Supporter Care Adviser to champion the needs of Unicef’s supporters, always ensuring that they are at the centre of our work for children. As the first point of contact for both our supporters and members of the public, we ensure that the very best experiences are being felt by all those that contact and engage with us.
As Supporter Care Adviser, you will be joining a dedicated team during our busy winter campaign. You will provide the highest level of supporter care service and help expand relationships by responding to enquiries received though a range of contact channels.
To succeed, you will have previously worked in a customer contact environment, using a variety of communication methods, including social media, and have used databases. You will also be able to work effectively and cooperatively as part of a team, taking ownership of queries and seeing them through to an effective resolution.
Our Supporter Care service is available from 8am to 6pm, so you will need to be able to work eight hour shifts across this period.
Closing date: 5pm, Monday 23 September 2019
Interview dates: Wednesday, 9 October and Friday, 11 October 2019
We particularly welcome applications from black, Asian and minority ethnic candidates, LGBTQ+ candidates, candidates with disabilities, and from men, because we would like to increase the representation of these groups at this level. We want to do this because we know greater diversity will lead to even greater results for children.
Unicef UK promotes equality, diversity and inclusion in our workplace. We make employment decisions by matching business needs with skills and experience of candidates, irrespective of age, disability (including hidden disabilities), gender, gender identity or gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, or sexual orientation.
We are happy to talk about flexible working, personal growth, and to promote a workplace where you can be yourself and achieve success based only on your merit.
The successful candidate will be required to apply for a criminal records check. A criminal record will not necessarily bar you from working with us. This will depend on the nature of the role and the circumstances of your offences.
We only accept online applications as this saves us money, making more funds available for us to help ensure children’s rights.
If you do not hear from us within 14 days of the closing date, please assume your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion.
Please note that we only provide feedback to shortlisted candidates. Registered Charity Nos. 1072612 (England and Wales) SC043677 (Scotland)
Database Support Officer (CHAIN)
Permanent/Full Time (37.5 hours per week)
Interested in working as part of a multi-agency database, helping provide people who are homeless with the appropriate support to rebuild their lives?
At St Mungo’s our vision is that everyone has a place to call home and can fulfil their hopes and ambitions.
CHAIN (Combined Homelessness and Information Network) is a multi-agency database recording information about rough sleepers and the wider street population in London, which is commissioned by the Greater London Authority (GLA) and managed by St Mungo’s. The system is used by services including street outreach teams, assessment hubs, and accommodation projects and enables them to share information about people sleeping rough and their needs, ensuring that they receive the most appropriate support. CHAIN represents the UK’s most detailed and comprehensive source of information about rough sleeping, and our work provides a significant evidence base for the development of rough sleeping strategy and policy, both in London and at national level.
We are currently seeking a Database Support Officer to join the team. While working in this role, you will play a major part in the day-to-day running of CHAIN. Working collaboratively within a small team, you will:
- Undertake a wide range of tasks, such as providing a helpdesk service and training new users
- Liaise regularly with service managers and staff, supporting and encouraging their engagement with CHAIN
- Ensure that information recorded on CHAIN is of the highest possible accuracy and quality
- Participate in the ongoing development of the system
- Produce accurate, reliable and high quality reports and statistics for stakeholders
We’re looking for someone with excellent customer service skills, who is enthusiastic about delivering engaging and accessible training and support, and who is confident liaising with stakeholders at all levels. You will be able to demonstrate experience of administering and maintaining databases, and an understanding of the importance of high quality systems and accurate data to the provision of services for vulnerable people. You will have a high level of IT skills, including a good understanding of Excel.
*Please note, in the next 10 months our offices will be relocating to Stratford
In return, we offer a range of benefits including a pension scheme, staff discounts scheme and initiatives to help you maintain a healthy work/life balance. We are also committed to providing our staff with a wide range of learning and development opportunities; in support of their personal and professional development.
If you believe that you have what we are looking for, and have an interest in working for a charity which makes a real difference to the lives of people who are homeless, we encourage you to apply.
Please ensure that you read the comprehensive job description and person specification for the role. When applying please address the person specification, clearly setting out how you meet the requirements for the role.
To view job descriptions on our vacancies page, please click on the document available tab above the relevant job advert.
To find out more and apply please go to the St Mungo’s Careers page.
Closing Date: 10.00am,7 October 2019
Interview and Assessments: 18 October 2019
At St Mungo’s, equality, diversity and inclusion are central to the organisation's values and how we work. We are in the top 50 of Stonewall’s Workplace Equality Index 2019, we are also proud to have been awarded Personnel Today’s 2018 Diversity and Inclusion (Public Sector) award and we are a Disability Confident Employer. To ensure that our workforce reflects the diversity of our clients as well as the communities that we live and work within, we encourage and welcome applications from all sections of the community.
Please be advised that all appointments will be made on St Mungo’s current standard Terms and Conditions (T&Cs); this also applies to any internal candidates.
This is a fantastic opportunity for an ambitious and driven individual to be a key member of the Research and Services team, helping to deliver an innovative Research Strategy that has the significant potential to accelerate benefits to patients.
In addition to working closely with the Head of Research and Services in implementing the research strategy, you will also use your scientific communication skills to convey complex information to a variety of audiences across our various channels.
This role will suit a highly organised individual with a keen eye for detail, and a drive to learn and develop in a fast paced environment in order to make a real difference to the lives of people living with Scleroderma and Raynaud’s.
Further information about SRUK can be found on our website.
Working with the Head of Research and Services, the Research and Services Officer will:
·Provide support to the Head of Research and Services on the management and administration of the scientific research grants portfolio, including administrative activities such as minute taking, report writing, supporting grant awardees throughout the grant process
·Work closely with the Head of Research and Services to deliver the Research Strategy, including organization of key workshops, as well as planning and leading on scoping activity for specific projects
·Lead on the production and dissemination of scientific communications, working closely with the Information & Support Manager and the Content Manager to ensure articles are of a high standard and meet audience need
The selection process
Applicants are required to submit a cv and a cover letter that explains how they meet the role requirements.
Applications must be received by midnight 6th October 2019.
Interviews will be held on 15th October 2019.
Fundraising and Communications Officer Carers Support Merton (CSM) is a well established and respected charity in the London Borough of Merton with an ambitious development programme of work to support promote and improve the quality of life of unpaid carers from the age of 5 years. CSM is currently looking for self-motivated and dynamic Fundraising and Communications Officer to join our team.
The Fundraising and Communications Officer can expect a varied role with the opportunity to develop a board range of knowledge and skills.
Fundraising and Communications Officer
Hours: 30 hours per week (flexible working or with the possibility of some homeworking).
You will have experience of fundraising and digital communications, along with the passion to actively gain support for unpaid Carers in Merton. You will have excellent communication skills, be highly organized, and able to balance competing priorities.
The role will include building links with local businesses, building our donor base, recruiting and supporting fundraising volunteers, writing trust and foundation applications, organizing events, creating inspiring content for social media and the production of the quarterly newsletter. You will develop and maintain the administrative procedures to support the organisations fundraising activities. You will have a ‘can do’ attitude and work flexibly, including occasional evenings and weekends where necessary.
This is a great opportunity to develop your career in charity fundraising and communications. It would be suitable for someone with flexible-working needs (perhaps returning to work), or someone at an earlier stage of their career who would like to make use of their excellent digital marketing skills to make a difference locally. There is huge scope to develop your own ideas, whilst at the same time access to the support of an experienced fundraiser along with a range of training opportunities.
For an informal discussion contact us with a date and time when we can give you a call.
Application process: Application form demonstrating how skills and experience meet the Person Specification. CV’s are not accepted.
Closing Date: Monday 7th October 2019 5pm
Interviews: Week Beginning 21st October 2019
Carers Support Merton, as an employer, is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults. This includes a commitment to robust recruitment, selection and induction procedures.
The successful candidate will be subject to a basic DBS check.
Carers Support Merton collects and processes personal data relating to job applicants. If you apply for an application pack but do not subsequently submit an application your details will be kept until the end of the recruitment process. We will keep your details secure and will not share them with any third party. We are committed to being transparent about how we collect and use data and full Privacy Notice for applicants is available on request.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We are seeking to recruit a dynamic and proactive Tenancy Services Officer to provide a fantastic service to our residents, dealing with all tenancy related matters including managing arrears, ASB, allocations, complaints and resident engagement. This is a new role and will be crucial to our future success, ensuring the service we provide to residents is positive, responsive and proactive, ensuring residents can successfully sustain their tenancies You will ensure PCHA residents remain at the heart of the service and that they are engaged in a positive and proactive way.
We have a small but dynamic team and this means that you will have the unique opportunity to make a real difference to both PCHA and our residents.
We are looking for a real people person who is a great communicator and is able to build positive and successful relationships with a diverse range of people.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.