354 Team leader jobs near Central London, Greater London
We are PEAS. We are an international education not-for-profit with the mission to ‘expand access to sustainably delivered, quality secondary education across Africa’. Our vision is for a world where all children enjoy an education that unlocks their full potential.
For the last ten years PEAS has built and operated quality secondary schools in under-served communities in Uganda and Zambia. We now have a network of 35 schools across Uganda and Zambia educating over 15,000 marginalised students.
We have strong external evidence to support our impact, happy funding partners and an excellent reputation within the international education sector. We are proud of our achievements to date, but we know we can achieve even more and in our next strategic period, we aim to do just that.
You will be joining PEAS at an exciting time as we have just launched our new global strategy, Growing PEAS Schools. Supporting All Schools. 2022-2026
Yes, it is ambitious. Yes, it is exciting. Yes, it will be challenging.
But if ever there was a time for action, the time is now. We know that inequitable access, poor quality and insufficient resources continue to prevent millions of children from enjoying an education that unlocks their full potential. This has only been exacerbated by the COVID pandemic, bringing even more barriers for the children and families struggling the most.
If you are looking for an internship where you are just formatting documents, this is not for you.
As a PEAS technical team intern, you are part of a small, dedicated team of experts who work to continually strengthen PEAS’ impact across our network of schools and beyond.
Internship projects will include working with leads in Uganda, Zambia, and the UK to support PEAS’ to grow its impact. This will involve developing content for strategic education projects supporting the design of new education programmes that ensure PEAS students receive the highest quality education. Additionally, the intern will get involved with project monitoring and evaluation, aiding PEAS in approaches to ensure ongoing learning is generated in relation to the education programmes.
The successful candidate will need to be a quick learner, highly organised, and adept at working flexibly to support evolving team and organisational needs. Strong written and verbal communication are essential, as well as enthusiasm for working with multi-national teams.
Due to the nature of the work, we are looking for an individual who is a qualified teacher and has teaching experience focussed on improving student learning outcomes.
PEAS Technical Team interns are given the opportunity to take on a lot of responsibility working at the heart of an award-winning education organisation. PEAS interns have gone on to a variety of exciting careers, working at the Behavioural Insights Team, the National Foundation for Education Research (NFER) and becoming permanent members of the PEAS team.
What you will receive
- You'll be part of a small and friendly team who are all committed, supportive, driven and values aligned
- Get Real professional development and the satisfaction of undertaking rewarding work that has a real impact every day.
- Salary of £21,000
- 28 days’ annual leave + Bank Holidays
- Matched contributory-based pension of up to 6%
- Access to an Employee Assistant Programme
- Flexible working
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Are you an excellent administrator and organiser? Are you brilliant at building relationships and enjoy getting stuff done? If ‘Yes’, then you could be our next Programme Officer. You enjoy having oversight and administer a training programme from start to finish, you can see yourself emailing mentors to introduce them to our Fellows one minute, then speaking to a prospective Fellow on the phone to see if they are the right fit the next and booking facilitators for the upcoming training session and ensuring that the attendees have all the materials they need.
Working alongside the CEO and Founder the Programme Officer will lead the administration, promotion, planning, organisation and delivery of our training and development, specifically our Award-Winning Leaders Plus Fellowship programme along with our annual programme of events with our wider stakeholders. You will play a pivotal role in supporting us to grow the Leaders Plus Fellowship Programme so that we can support more leaders with young children to progress their careers and drive positive change for others. In doing this you will provide first-class end-to-end administrative support to the team and ensure our stakeholders have seamless experiences with us. You will enjoy trialling and learning new ways of doing things to offer the most efficient and effective administrative solutions to the team.
Programme Delivery & Administration
- Manage all programme logistics using project management skills to manage a complex programme of annual events and workshops running simultaneously
- Book and liaise with venues (where and when relevant)
- Support the selection and onboarding processes of new Fellows including interviewing Fellows where required
- Arranging interviews with Fellows and conducting focus groups
- Ensuring Fellows have the right information about programme content at regular stages of their programme lifecycle
- Enter data from evaluation surveys and analyse feedback to establish programme impact
- Act on feedback to ensure we are improving the quality of our processes and programmes wherever possible.
- Checking the office inbox – handling website & social media queries
- Data entry into CRM system ensuring GDPR compliance
- Manage and maintain Application Form system
Invoice processing and administration
- Oversee and track invoicing processes, ensuring all invoices are authorised for payment and processed in a timely manner
- Query and reconcile invoices and purchase orders
- Data entry to ensure meticulously tracking of spend against programme budgets
Promotion activity to support programme growth.
- Build partnerships with diverse networks of supporters to promote the Fellowship Programme and the work of Leaders Plus
- Market and advertise to our target groups to generate applications for our Fellowship.
- Support with sourcing and securing PR opportunities via publications aimed at parents, gender networks, HR Directors, & Diversity and Inclusion experts
- Organise and run webinars to generate interest and enthusiasm for the Fellowship and recruit applicants to it
Administrate and oversee Mentor recruitment and engagement activity
- Source and recruit the required number of senior leader mentors required for each Fellowship cohort
- Communicate with the senior leader mentors
- Scheduling and overseeing the annual programme of events
- Source speakers and facilitators and prepare appropriate briefings
- Liaising with attendees, and speakers and being a welcoming presence on the day – virtually or in person
- Booking and arranging travel and catering for events (when appropriate)
- Administrative oversight of events to include pre-event planning, on the day event administration and moderation, post event review and feedback capture
- Trial new event formats be creative with tech that supports a virtual experience
- Measure, track and report on event conversion/ROI, ensuring leads are followed up with correctly
Manage follow up communications with event attendees
- Running and monitoring event sign up systems
Contribute to the wider success and growth of Leaders Plus
- Find speaking opportunities for the CEO and support the Programme Director with reaching out to employers
- Contribute to the ongoing development of our Fellowship, finding ways to help it scale further and reach more people nationally
- Support team to build the Alumni and Mentor engagement strategy
- Support team efforts to ensure Diversity and Inclusion in all that we do
- Commit to team culture, planning and strategy days
- Support overall team with growing social media channels
If you have any questions and would like a chat with Verena, have a look at the attached job spec for details.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
This is a perfect role if you want support to advance your career, make a difference in the lives of young people whilst earning an additional income. You’ll need to be available 5 hours per week to lead ReachOut mentoring sessions to a group of 12-16 young people and their volunteer mentors in a primary or secondary school.
Why apply for the ReachOut Leadership Development Programme?
A challenging and rewarding year-long programme that will give you the tools to be well equipped for any future career
Have an impact on the lives of your assigned young people and volunteer mentors
Gain valuable experience to evidence your skills to future employers
Receive extensive training and support to be a good ReachOut Project Leader, gaining experience in managing volunteers, working with young people, and taking a leadership role
Receive additional training on skills that are transferable to any career, such as time management & prioritisation, public speaking skills, interview skills and more
Get paid 5 hours a week to prepare, plan and deliver your mentoring sessions with young people 9 –19 years old (£11.05 per hour in London and £9.90 per hour in Greater Manchester, Oldham and Liverpool)
Develop key skills for any career such as leadership, communication, time management, and people management
You get £50 after completing the compulsory induction training in September 2022
Who we are and what we do
ReachOut is a mentoring charity that works with young people from disadvantaged communities in London, Greater Manchester and Liverpool to raise aspirations and help them grow in character and academic attainment. Our mission is to help young people live good, happy and successful lives.
We improve Numeracy, Literacy and Communication Skills whilst reinforcing our core values and character strengths of Fairness, Self-Control, Good Judgement and Staying Power
Young people receive 1:1 mentoring, they are paired throughout the year with the same volunteer mentor who acts as a positive role model
Young people take part in character building and extra-curricular activities along with their mentors such as sports, art and drama
We work in partnership with schools and deliver our mentoring sessions in schools or online
Spend 3 hours preparing and planning your ReachOut mentoring sessions using ReachOut’s bank of activities to lead and deliver engaging sessions for 2 hours each week
Support the 12-16 young people in your sessions to raise their aspirations, develop their character, and build their academic attainment and self-confidence
Complete monitoring and evaluation activities to ensure sessions are as impactful as possible and set-up strategies with the help of your line manager to help each young person in your group reach their mentoring goal
Manage and support a group of 12-16 volunteer mentors
Keep in touch with the parents/carers of the young people in your group about attendance, successes and challenges
Run extracurricular activities in your session or support extracurricular practitioner run their sessions
Follow ReachOut’s policies and procedures to safeguard young people
What we ask
You are confident to engage and manage a group of 12 or 16 young people either in primary or secondary school
You are passionate about ReachOut’s mission and demonstrate ReachOut’s Character Strengths: Fairness, Good Judgement, Self-Control and Staying Power
You are open to feedback with a genuine desire to learn and develop personally
You have the desire and potential to take on a leadership role
You have Maths and English skills
You have good communication skills (face-to-face, email, text, phone)
You have good organisation skills (can manage tasks effectively, accurately and in a timely fashion)
You are confident using IT; email, MS Forms, excel and video conferencing such as Zoom
You are enthusiastic, energetic and excited by challenges
You don’t give up when faced with challenges, instead, you are resilient, adaptable and creative to solve problems and improve situations
You are available for 3 hours of flexible working remotely and for 2 hours at the same time and same-day on a weekly basis in a local partner school from
3:30 – 5:30 pm in primary schools from October to April during term time
Either 5:00 – 7:00 pm or 6:00 – 8:00 pm in secondary schools from October to June during term time
You are available to attend the residential Leadership Development Programme Training on the weekend of 2-4 September 2022 (please note that this training might be adapted to Zoom online sessions on weekday evenings on 1st, 7th & 14th September and a weekend morning on 10th September, if needed.)
ReachOut is committed to being an inclusive and diverse organisation, and we live by our core Character Strengths of Fairness, Good judgement, Self-Control and Staying Power. We therefore welcome applications from people of all ethnicities, ages, religious beliefs, gender identities, sexual orientation and any other protected characteristics, to provide a diverse range of experience, ideas and insights into our work.
We recognise that having support from staff and volunteers with a shared experience, can further help our young people develop and learn. More than half of the young people we work with are from Black Caribbean, Black African, Bangladeshi and Turkish backgrounds, yet we tend to get fewer applications from people within these communities.
ReachOut wants to increase the representation of our young people amongst our Project Leaders, so if you are from these ethnic groups, we would particularly appreciate receiving your applications.
Please read our information pack for full details about ReachOut and the Project Leader job role.
To apply for the Leadership Programme, please visit our website to complete the application form and remember to attach your CV.
We aim to respond to applications within 2 weeks of receiving your application. Applications will be assessed as they come in and assessment centres will be held on a rolling basis. Once the position is filled the vacancy will be closed so applicants are advised to apply early.
Please note, if you are a successful candidate you will be required to undergo an enhanced criminal records check with the Disclosure and Barring Service. ReachOut will cover the cost of the check and guide you through the process. All staff have a responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and adults. The post holder will undertake the appropriate level of training and is responsible for ensuring that they understand and work within the safeguarding policies of the organisation.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
You’ve got an in‐depth understanding of mental health issues and substantial experience of working in a Housing and Social Care setting. All you need is the perfect environment to put your skills to great use. Welcome to Richmond Fellowship as a Team Manager.
Richmond Fellowship is part of 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.
Right now, we’re looking for someone like you to manage the day‐to‐day running of Meridan House, our care home service in Colindale. Here, we provide a supported housing service for people with mental health problems. But, we need your help in order to provide the very best recovery focused delivery. As well as ensuring the quality of service and support provided to people who use our services, we’ll rely on you to manage service contracts, line manage front line staff and organise any building maintenance requirements. Whether you’re carrying out an induction, undertaking an investigation, putting team development plans in place or providing support to our business development team, one thing’s for sure – you won't be short of challenge and variety.
Substantial experience gained managing a caseload of individuals with complex needs is a given, as well as being outcomedriven and able to lead by example using your firm but inclusive management style. You’re open and encouraging too, and have lots of tact and diplomacy. What's more, you're great at managing conflicting priorities on time, have a flexible attitude to working hours and are willing to participate in on call arrangements. And, if you have experience of carrying out investigations, writing reports/recommendations or managing budgets, even better, although it's not essential as we offer an extensive induction and training program for managers.
Whilst it is not essential to have a driving licence, the postholder will be required to travel and access remote areas as part of the role.
It is a mandatory requirement of the application process for this post that candidates submit a CV and Supporting Statement, thus only candidates that provide this, and who meet the essential criteria within the person specification, will be considered for an interview.
For applicants who will work in or be expected to visit a CQC registered care home, you should be able to demonstrate that you are fully vaccinated against coronavirus (covid‐19) or hold medical exemption.
The salary for this post is £26,389 with progression to £27,632 per annum.
This is a permanent role.
This is a full time role requiring the post holder to work 37.5 hours per week.
This is a rolling recruitment process. Candidates will be interviewed as and when they are shortlisted.
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.
An exciting opportunity has arisen to lead on our Health Equity and Inclusion Health work at Terrence Higgins Trust.
We are seeking an individual who has previous experience within the Health Equity remit to support reducing HIV and sexual health inequalities among key communities. Experience of addressing inequalities in a range of professional environments including clinical settings and community settings is also required for this role.
The ideal candidate will advocate for health equity whilst demonstrating strong understanding of the root causes of health inequalities.
The role requires the candidate to demonstrate strong interpersonal skills to build strong internal organisational capacity, collaborate internally to connect Terrence Higgins Trust with community partners, develop partnerships and analyse HIV/Sexual Health inequalities in collaboration with colleagues across the charity.
This position will sit within the newly established Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Directorate to implement culture change internally and across sectors, addressing structural barriers. The role will include the opportunity to lead on improvements across diverse topic areas sustaining or deepening HIV/Sexual Health Inequalities within certain groups/communities.
The role is advertised fixed term until March 2023, however, we are working to ensure that this becomes a permanent role.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Are you an optimistic, solution-focused admin assistant with a ‘can do’ attitude who is looking to develop your career?
About the role
This role offers an exciting opportunity for you to play a key role in providing a range of efficient secretarial and administrative services to our Service Directors. As the Admin Assistant for the Leadership Team you will work as part of our Leadership Admin Team, reporting to the Leadership Admin Team Leader. You will be exposed to the workings of the organisation, with consistent opportunities to learn about what the Leadership Team at St Mungo’s does, and how they do it.
In this role you will:
- Provide administrative support to our Service Directors, establishing and maintaining effective administrative processes
- Build relationships with the Service Directors and the wider Leadership Team and Client Services Leadership Team, and work with the rest of the Leadership Admin Team to ensure that efficient and effective administrative support is consistently provided
- Provide support, including minute-taking, for a range of key organisational meetings
We are looking for an enthusiastic, proactive, and well-organised person for this Admin Assistant role. You will enjoy dealing directly with the public or customers in a busy service environment. To succeed, you will have the ability to work as part of a team and to initiate and maintain highly positive and effective working relationships with others. You will also have very strong written and oral communication skills; excellent attention to detail; strong IT and typing skills; and a good practical knowledge of Microsoft Office. Other requirements are the ability to process confidential information with the utmost discretion; and to manage your time and multi-task to deliver against agreed deadlines.
We seek to develop fast, self-motivated learners with transferable competencies and skills rather than expecting you to have necessarily worked in the same kind of role or organisation before.
What we offer
Excellent Development and Growth Opportunities
- We hold Investors in People Gold accreditation – one of just 3% of Housing Associations to achieve this. 82% of staff who took part in the survey say St Mungo’s is a great place to work.
- We are committed to developing all of our staff via routes such as secondments, transfers and promotion. In 2019 35% of our vacancies were filled by internal promotions.
A Diverse and Inclusive Work Place
- Equality, diversity and inclusion are central to the organisation's values and how we work.
- We are proud of our commitment to diversity and inclusion and have 8 great Diversity Networks to support clients and staff from different backgrounds so they are able to be their best selves.
Flexible Working and Other Benefits
- We are committed to maintaining your work/life balance. We offer 25 days annual leave, and operate a very popular Flexi Time scheme, which allows you to supplement your annual leave entitlement. After 5 years, staff annual leave entitlement increases to 28 days.
- St Mungo’s contribute 4% of your gross annual salary, and you are able to enrol in the Defined Contribution scheme following a successful probationary period in which the employer contribution is 6%.
What we do
At St Mungo’s our vision is that everyone has a place to call home and can fulfil their hopes and ambitions. As a homelessness charity and housing association, our clients are at the heart of what we do, and in 2019 – 2020 we supported 32,800 people across all of our services. Our staff are crucial to making this happen.
How to apply
To find out more and apply please go to the St Mungo’s careers page on our website.
To view the job description and guidance on completing your application form, please click on the ‘document available’ tab at the top of the advert page on our website.
Closing date: 24 January 2022
Interview and assessments on: 4 February 2022
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.
Want to use your administration and project support skills to play a vital role in making clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene normal for everyone everywhere?
Join WaterAid as Leadership and Learning Team Apprentice to change normal for millions of people so they can unlock their potential, break free from poverty and change their lives for good. On top of that you'll be joining a 2020 Great Place to Work® award-winning organisation.
The WaterAid Leadership and Engagement team have a global remit responsible for facilitating high levels of employee engagement and performance across WaterAid, through the development of integrated leadership, learning, talent management, engagement and internal communications strategies.
As our Leadership and Engagement Team Apprentice you will make an important contribution to WaterAid's global strategy by providing high quality administration and project support across all our global leadership, management, talent and learning and development programmes.
This is a fixed term full time role for 24 months to support the successful completion of the Level 3 Learning and Development Apprenticeship. The role is based in the UK with flexibility in working hours and remote working with our office in Canary Wharf.
How to Apply:
Apply Now! To see the full job description, please click 'Apply'. Please apply by submitting your CV and a Cover Letter in a single document in either Word Document or PDF format. Applications will close one minute before midnight on 8th February 2022.
In this role, you will:
* Provide complete logistics and administrative support for our learning, talent, management and leadership programmes across WaterAid.
* Provide administration of our learning management system including managing users and all other LMS administration and reporting.
* Support Learning & Development Manager with skill development programmes associated with the new strategy.
* Provide administrative support for psychometric assessments and 360-degree feedback including setting up assessments and managing responses.
* Process?invoices?and expenses, ensuring complete and accessible records and reports on reasons for variances.
* Provide contract management support ensuring compliance and best practice including the upload and registration of all Leadership and Engagement Team contracts on to WaterAid's contract register.
To be successful, you'll need:
* 1- 2 years of experience in providing excellent office administration support to a team or an individual.
* Great organisational, time management and prioritisation skills and the desire to support others to be effective and efficient in their work.
* Excellent accuracy and attention to detail.
* Good diplomatic interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal) including across geographical and cultural boundaries.
* A good listener.
* A flexible and pro-active approach to work including the ability to identify and manage multiple and changing priorities in a fast-paced environment.
The salary for this apprenticeship is £22,382 and the benefits include:
- 36 days holiday (including Bank Holidays)
- Option to buy an extra 5 days annual leave
- We offer a generous pension plan with employer contribution of up to 10%
- Wide range of flexible and agile-working arrangements
- Season Ticket Loan Free annual eye tests
- Pay as You Give charitable giving scheme
- Enhanced Maternity and Adoption/Surrogacy pay, Shared Parental Leave and Paternity Leave
- Volunteer Day
WaterAid is located in Canary Wharf, London and this will be your location and contract base. Please be aware that this role is UK based only. WaterAid is open and supportive of flexibility. We are currently defining our approach to hybrid working. The right balance between office and home-based working should be agreed with your line manager. Your flexibility requirements and that of the role will be discussed at the interview stage with you.
Please note that we are unable to provide sponsorship for this post. In order to apply for this post, you must be able to demonstrate your right to work eligibility in the UK.
WaterAid is committed to ensuring that wherever we work in the world there is no tolerance for the abuse of power, privilege or trust. WaterAid reinforces a culture of zero tolerance towards any form of inappropriate behaviour, abuse, harassment, or exploitation of any kind. The safeguarding of our beneficiaries, staff, volunteers and anyone working on our behalf, is our top priority and we take our responsibilities extremely seriously. All staff and volunteers are required to share in this commitment through our Global Code of Conduct. We will conduct the most appropriate pre-employment references and checks to ensure high standards are maintained.
WaterAid is an equal opportunities, disability-confident employer and committed to achieving the highest standards of diversity, fairness and equality. Should you have a disability and require any additional support, please contact us.hu
Job Title: Project Lead, UK Aid Match
Location: UWS offices in Vauxhall, London (Flexible working arrangements can be considered)
Job Type: 9 month Fixed Term, Full Time Salary £36k- £40k dependent on skills and experience, plus 4% pension contribution.
United World Schools is an equal opportunities employer and actively promotes diversity and strongly encourages applications from within Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities and under-represented groups.
Project Management & External Relationship management
- ● Provide overall project management of the UK Aid Match campaign for UWS, with a robust project management framework, including management of senior internal and external stakeholders.
- ● Ensure terms of contract are adhered to and that activities take place within the framework of relevant legislation.
- ● Agree guidelines and technical specifications internally and with the UK Aid Match team to establish ‘in principal’ ways of working at the start of the campaign.
- ● Work closely with external agencies and freelanders to develop campaign messaging, look and feel.
- ● Manage the required documents and sign off for all campaign assets with the Social Change Agency for the delivery of the campaign.
- ● Work with colleagues across departments to monitor where content is used, and calculate how many opportunities to view (OTV) the UK Aid match logo and messaging the campaign delivered. This will feed into the wider communications evaluation for the FCDO at the end of the campaign.
- ● Mapping and coordinating all of the different activity, tracking and reporting on project performance.
- ● Ensuring activities are delivered on time and to budget
- ● Communicating project milestones and successes to the wider organisation
Fundraising, Marketing and Communications
- ● Keep internal UK Aid Match team on track to deliver objectives and support in driving the success of the fundraising for the campaign.
- ● Ensure that the project delivers maximum return in fundraising as the key objective, but also communications and brand awareness.
- ● Manage stakeholders appropriately, communicating the project effectively and managing expectations where necessary.
- • Exceptional project management skills and experience of managing a UK Aid Match campaign; structured management of complex, cross-organisational projects.
- • Knowledge of fundraising and communications techniques and sector trends
- • Experience working in a fundraising and/or marketing communications team to lead projects that generate income and raise brand awareness.
- • Excellent communication skills and ability to manage a range of senior external and internal key stakeholders. The postholder will also need to engage, support and work alongside various colleagues within the organisation.
- • Demonstrable knowledge of sector regulations and ability to implement systems for compliance.
- • Experience of managing tight budgets and working to be cost effective
- • Demonstrable experience of writing clear and informative project and activity plans, including developing good practice, guidance documentation and communicating it to others.
- • A self starter with creative, entrepreneurial energy and confidence to take calculated risks and tenacity to manage setbacks.
- • Commitment to our vision, mission and values.
- • Experience in marketing and communications delivery for an international NGO.
- • With limited in-house capacity this post will need to provide a supportive and advisory role to ensure the successful delivery of the campaign’s marketing strategy and approach.
- • Experience of events management and knowledge of fundraising events/activities for the mass market
- • Leading and engaging: Builds team commitment and engagement with UK Aid Match.
- • Working collaboratively: Pro-actively seeks and builds a collaborative environment and working relationships.
- • Communicating and Influencing: Take multiple steps to ensure excellent communication and influence relevant stakeholders.
- • Solutions focussed: Ability to adopt a strategic approach to solving problems and tackling challenges.
UWS is committed to the safeguarding of children and ensuring we recruit safely is central to this commitment. All applicants will be required to undertake a DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check as a condition of employment.
How to Apply
To apply for this position, please send a CV (max 2 pages) and one page supporting statement to outlining your suitability for the role. Due to the urgency of the role, applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. To avoid disappointment, apply as soon as possible. Interviews will be held on w/c: 10th Jan 2022
Queries: For any questions about the role, please contact Constance, the Associate Director of People and Culture
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Are you a highly skilled administrator looking to make your mark on the work of one of the country's largest charities?
Could you provide project support to our Technology team, helping them to achieve our aims and goals?
About the role
As our Technology Team and Operations Coordinator you’ll provide comprehensive senior level co-ordination and operational support to our Technology Senior Leadership Team, including the Chief Technology Officer.
You’ll provide professional management of all communications on behalf of the Director, dealing with highly confidential and sensitive information and documentation appropriately. You’ll also assist in the delivery of continuous improvement projects and activities that remove directorate-wide pain points or unlock new value.
Working and managing Technology directorate projects, you’ll be involved in the production and distribution of reports and updates, and will utilise data analysis tools and techniques.
You’ll work with the Technology Senior Leadership Team on ongoing change programme activities, and will prioritise, plan, coordinate and oversee logistics for meetings and conferences.
With previous knowledge of lean tools and techniques (Continuous Improvement), you’ll have data analysis experience, able to generate data-based reporting and insight.
You’ll have a good working knowledge of Office365 and will be able to structure and put together PowerPoint presentations for internal and external communications / conferences.
You’ll have proven experience of supporting Senior level teams and key stakeholders and will have proven experience of communications management for a senior team. Able to handle sensitive and confidential information with integrity and discretion, you’ll have previous experience of providing bespoke support to senior stakeholders with complex needs and priorities.
You’ll have excellent organisation skills, acute attention to detail whilst maintaining focus on higher level needs and will be able to handle and complete multiple tasks in a fast paced and time sensitive environment.
Able to produce high quality materials, e.g., minutes, presentations, in a timely way, you’ll have excellent written and verbal interpersonal skills and strong sense of professionalism.
Every single one of us is vulnerable to the heartbreak caused by heart and circulatory diseases – they are the world’s biggest killers. But the research we fund represents hope. And nothing matters more than finding cures and treatments that give us more time with the people we love.
Here at the British Heart Foundation we celebrate diversity and make inclusion part of what we do every day. Diversity and Inclusion forms a main pillar in our People Experience Strategy and we drive our strategy through our diversity and inclusion leaders group Kaleidoscope. Our aim is for all of our colleagues and volunteers to bring their true self to work, so we can continue to fund life saving research.
We understand that you might need a little help balancing your work and home life. Many of our people work flexibly in many different ways. Please feel free to talk to us about the flexibility you may need; we’re happy to explore what’s possible for you and the role.
Please note interviews will be held over Microsoft Teams.
How to apply
To apply for this role please use the apply button below. Our process involves submitting your CV and a supporting statement, which should outline your interest and explain how you meet the role’s criteria.
As part of our commitment to be an inclusive employer and ensure fairness and consistency in selecting the best candidate for this role, the BHF will use anonymous CV software as part of the application journey.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
FACE TO FACE MANAGER, IN-HOUSE TEAM
Salary: £35,000 - £40,000 per annum + benefits
Contract length: Permanent
Location: Stratford w/ high-flex
Application Deadline: Wednesday 26th January 2022, 23:55
Are you a self-motivated and sharp minded individual with strong relationship building experience that can help us beat cancer?
Why we need you
We have an exciting opportunity to join us as a Face to Face Manager, In-House Team. We need you to be the driving force managing and expanding the in-house fundraising team, and delivering the in-house face to face regular giving private sites activity.
What will I be doing?
Make an impact every day by…
Developing and implementing strategic plans for the In-House fundraising team, working with internal stakeholders to develop and deliver a face to face in-house acquisition strategy
Being responsible for setting up, planning and delivering the FTF In-House private site activity
Reporting regularly to internal senior stakeholders, providing updates on progress of face to face campaigns and projects, results, and promptly putting in place any agreed actions
Line managing, leading and developing an inclusive and high functioning team
Setting objectives and KPIs for the team, monitoring and tracking over performance with recognition, and managing under performance
Supporting the teams delivering responses to any complaints and queries relating to the face to face in-house campaign
Working with external partners to identify opportunities for testing new fundraising initiatives.
What skills are you looking for?
You'll be able to bring to the role…
Significant experience of planning, delivery and analysis of end to end face to face fundraising activity or campaigns and teams
Experience of Recruiting and performance managing of face to face fundraisers
Knowledge and experience of managing complex projects, ensuring these are delivered to time, budget and the required standards
Experience in business case development, modelling and budget management
Strong strategic thinking and the ability to translate ideas into action
Excellent influencing and negotiation skills
Strong leadership skills, effective management and team working in day-to-day activities with the flexibility to adapt approach to changing priorities.
What will I gain?
Without you we wouldn't be able to achieve our aim of seeing 3 in 4 people survive cancer by 2034. So we want to reward you in as many ways as possible. Our benefits package includes discounts on anything from travel to technology, generous holiday allowance, gym membership, childcare vouchers and much more. You'll also be able to access a wide range of learning and development opportunities. And ultimately, you'll know that you'll be changing lives through your work.
If you're as ambitious as we are, join our collective force and enjoy an excellent career, as we save lives and add years.
Accessibility Support Worker (Parking and Markets)
£24,279 - £25,614
Fixed Term / Secondment
Full-time, 36 hours per week
12 Months Fixed Term Contract / Secondment Opportunity
Your role as an accessibility support worker will be to work alongside and support one of the Team Leaders in the Parking Service who is visually impaired.
To succeed in this role you’ll need exceptional communication skills as you will be interpreting information including data that is not easily accessible using visual impairment aid software. You must have proficient skills and experience using a range of IT equipment and software including but not limited to Google suite of applications (Microsoft Office - Word, Excel and Outlook in particular – will be accepted as transferable experience) and the ability to quickly learn new systems and software with a work-based context.
You must have experience as an accessibility support worker, whilst working effectively as part of a team to ensure the delivery of an effective and efficient service. You will come with a service first approach that is reflective in your flexibility to change working times and methods, in order to meet service needs.
As well as enjoying delivering one to one support as an accessibility support worker your ability for building positive relationships will be exceptional. You will have demonstrable experience in disability awareness and working with people with disabilities, have a good range of clerical and administration skills supported by relevant experience, in either an employment or educational context, with the ability to collate, provide and translate statistical information for a range of audiences.
Your ability to communicate effectively in a range of formats and to various audiences will be second to none. You will manage and take responsibility for the management of your own workload in order to meet varying deadlines and or work schedules. You will be committed to your own learning and development and willing to share good practice and experience and learn from others.
Qualified to grade C or above in GCSE (or equivalent) in English and Mathematics is essential. Knowledge of the Data Protection Act/GDPR, Freedom of Information Act, Equalities Act and Health and Safety at Work Act.
Hackney is one of the UK’s highest performing local authorities, serving one of London’s best places to live and work. We have achieved a huge amount: our services, our schools, our public spaces are all amongst the very best. We have changed the reputation, not just of the Council, but of Hackney itself. Bringing jobs and investment into the borough, securing the legacy from the 2012 Games, and making this a place of which we can all be proud.
If you want to work in a place where you can represent our values so we achieve the best for our residents, please click on the apply button.
The recruitment process is anonymous. Therefore, we do not accept supporting statements or CVs.
When applying, there will be a number of questions relating to the post on the application form. It is essential that you complete the application questions, responding to each using examples of your skills, knowledge and experience.
Closing date for applications: 30 January 2022
We are also working towards our vision, which is to be a place for everyone; where residents and staff can be proud; a place that celebrates diversity and where everyone can feel valued, included and involved. In order to achieve this, we look for people who are: Proud; Ambitious; Pioneering; Open; Proactive; Inclusive.
Hackney Council works to eradicate discrimination on the basis of race, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, pregnancy and maternity, age and marital status. We also recognise that people can be disadvantaged by their social and economic circumstances, so we will also work to eliminate discrimination and disadvantage caused by social class. We also welcome those interested in flexible working. We particularly welcome applications from disabled people, as this group is currently under represented in our workforce.
The Council has a dedicated employment support service (Hackney Works), which offers Hackney residents guidance in relation to applying for jobs. If you are thinking about applying for a job, please contact the Hackney Works team to find out what support is available please go to our website.
The icap Centre Manager carries out all core building and office management tasks to ensure that the clinical team can provide icap’s unique counselling and psychotherapy services.
Post Title: Centre Manager
Reporting to: Chief Executive
Key Relationships: Chief Executive and Clinical Director
Working Relationships: Clinical Administrator, Head of Fundraising & Events, and Centre Manager Birmingham
Purpose of Post: Lead responsibility for the day-to-day building management, supporting the clinical team, Head of Fundraising & Events, and the Centre Manager (Birmingham) as required.
Salary: £30,000 (pro-rata)
Hours: 21 to include either Wednesday or Thursday
Location: Finsbury Park, London, with occasional travel
• To be responsible for the effective day-to-day running of the office at Moray Road
• To be responsible for ensuring the organisation, staff and therapists operate in compliance with health & safety and fire policy and procedures
• To be responsible for maintaining a suppliers list and be their first point of contact
• To be responsible for financial management, liaising with colleagues as appropriate
• To be responsible for managing and maintaining administrative (electronic and paper) systems
• To support the Head of Fundraising & Events with administration and event management
• To support the CEO and Chair of Trustees with organisational governance.
• To be responsible for ensuring administrative cover at Moray Road, including providing onsite cover during the week
• To be responsible for ensuring that the fabric of the building is kept in good order, liaising with contractors, utility providers, the centre cleaner and others as required
• To be responsible for stationery, kitchen, and other supplies, ensuring best value for the organisation
• To be responsible for developing and complying with health & safety and fire policy and procedures.
HR, Staff and Volunteer management:
• To be responsible, in consultation with the CEO, for the development and compliance with HR policy and procedures
• To be responsible for the line management of the Clinical Administrator to include monthly supervision
• To be responsible for the organisation’s volunteer programme, including the recruitment, induction, and supervision of volunteers
• To attend weekly team meetings, management meetings and contribute to the overall management of the organisation.
• To be responsible for putting in place an effective clinical, administrative service at Moray Road
• To share responsibility with the Clinical Administrator to provide an onsite reception service, including taking phone messages for therapists and other staff and letting clients in/ out of the building
• To support and deputise for the Clinical Administrator liaising with clients as required and directed by the Clinical Manager.
• To be responsible for ensuring compliance with icap’s financial procedures
• To oversee the accurate recording and accounting of client contributions
• To be responsible for the appropriate use and reconciliation of petty cash for small local expenses
• To be responsible for the setup and management of systems for the recording and payment of all other direct income, such as room hire
• To be responsible for the setup and management systems for the collection of funds arising from events and donations to the charity
• To attend and assist the Head of Fundraising and Events with the management of funds raised at events
• To provide a point of contact for Accountability, who provide our bookkeeping and accountancy service, including liaison with icap’s bank
• To provide support and assistance with the annual audit.
Human Resources Management
• To work with the CEO to ensure compliance with HR procedures
• To be responsible in consultation with the CEO and/or Clinical Director for recruitment of staff and volunteers from advertisement to induction
• To be responsible for the register of therapist and supervisor accreditation documents liaising with the Clinical team as necessary
• To be responsible for ensuring icap HR records for the organisation are up to date.
• To be responsible for icap’s IT systems
• To act as the first point of contact for staff and therapists with IT queries and issues
• To act as the first point of contact for Johnson Technical who provide IT services, including monitoring contract compliance
• To be responsible for icap’s telephone system
• To act as the first point of contact for Solgari, who provide icap’s telecommunication services
• To be responsible for the purchase of IT hardware, software, telephones, and other equipment in line with organisational policies
• To share responsible for content management on the icap website, liaising with the Head of Fundraising & Events and the Clinical Administrator
• To be the first point of contact for Hooper and Kind, who provide website support.
• To work with the CEO to ensure that papers for Trustee and Sub-Committee meetings are sent out on time
• To attend and minute Board meetings and other governance meetings as directed by the CEO
• To support the Company Secretary in completing returns to comply with charity legislation.
• To carry out other tasks commensurate with the role as directed by the CEO.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Future of London is looking for two new members of our small, dedicated team: an experienced Team Administrator and a Leaders Programme Coordinator.
The Administrator will work to support our small, dedicated team in internal operations, external events and other engagement activities. We work with those shaping the future of London, and this is great opportunity to make a difference by helping to create more equitable and sustainable cities.
Day to day tasks will include managing email and telephone enquiries, providing operational and basic IT support, office management, CEO diary co-ordination, HR admin, supporting internal and external events, and marketing and communications activity.
This job is for you if you’re motivated by helping others, are well organised, and interested in cities.
Leaders Programme Coordinator
Our Future London Leaders, Leaders Plus and Greater Manchester Leaders Plus courses are for the professionals shaping our cities, now and in the future. The Leaders Programme Coordinator will help promising candidates share best practice, hone their skills, nurture innovative thinking, and connect meaningfully with colleagues from different organisations and sectors.
This is a fantastic opportunity to make a positive impact on our urban environment and build your professional network, working alongside Future of London’s small, dedicated team.
The role provides administrative and event support for our Leaders programmes, plus a number of key FoL networks. Core tasks include handling telephone and email enquiries, managing stakeholder and supplier contacts, event support, database management and website updates.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Quo Vadis Trust is seeking a confident, capable, organised manager to head up a small team in Catford. If you are kind and compassionate with relevant experience in mental health / housing, we can offer you regular hours (8-4, Mon-Fri), a generous holiday allowance, life insurance plus other benefits, traiing and qualifications, and the chance to work within multi-disiciplinary teams.
Quo Vadis Trust (QVT, charity number 1116196) is a specialist housing charity, providing services to those with mental health needs across South East London. Together, their dedicated staff team provide a range of support both on and off premises to help each individual client maximise their independence. They are currently recruiting for an enthusiastic, efficient Housing Manager to oversee one of their small, 24/7 residential schemes in Catford, providing effective support to clients with medium support needs.
As Housing Manager, you will work closely alongside the Director of Operations to ensure the delivery of high quality, client focussed, enhanced housing management services to all QVT clients. You will ensure that services are comprehensive, provide value for money and are in accordance with all QVT's strategies and values. You will ensure that your small team of Supported Housing Officers provide an effective, responsive service, and will take initial responsibility for dealing with complaints from clients and external stakeholders. You will work in partnership with a variety of agencies to encourage and support client engagement with the community and will continuously work as an ambassador for the organisation when working alongside external agencies.
To apply for this role, you must have demonstrable experience of working alongside clients with complex needs within a supported housing capacity. You must have significant experience of managing a team, including rotas and budgets, and of working alongside a variety of partner organisations. Overall, you will be an engaging, proactive leader, passionate about delivering high quality housing support to vulnerable clients.
Our commitment to diversity: We are committed to tackling systemic inequalities by being proactive in creating opportunities for people from under-represented groups. With this in mind we welcome applications from all ethnic backgrounds, religions, gender identifications and sexual orientations, and from anyone who considers themselves to have a disability.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We are looking for a London based Major Gifts Manager to lead a team to secure multiple high value gifts for a well loved animal charity.
A large, well known and loved animal welfare charity. Hybrid working available with a min of 2 days in the London office going forward.
Support the Head of Philanthropy by developing, delivering and monitoring the Major Gift elements of the fundraising strategy.
The Major Gift Team Manager is responsible for delivering significant growth in fundraising income from major donors (donations of up to 100k).
Devise and deliver annual plans, together with associated budgets, in line with strategic objectives.
Forecast and manage major gift income and expenditure budgets, ensuring records are maintained and updated (accurately and consistently) to enable income reporting and analysis of activity.
Inspire, motivate and lead the Major Gift Team to meet their individual and team annual income targets.
Manage a small portfolio of existing major donors and prospects with the capacity to give up to 100k, and ensure a first class cultivation and stewardship journey.
Plan and design a targeted cultivation strategy and an innovative and personalised suite of communications for major donors.
Proven track record of personally securing 5 and 6 figure Major Gift from individuals in a charity environment to meet agreed targets.
Experience of line managing direct reports to deliver excellent work and supporting their professional development.
Demonstrable experience of writing successful, inspiring, emotive and technically accurate proposals and cases for support tailored to a major donor audience.
Articulate, persuasive and has gravitas with all audiences, including those at the highest level both within the organisation and outside of it.
An inspiring leader, who has previous experience of developing the skills and confidence of their team.
Please note interviews are being scheduled on a rolling basis so please get in touch ASAP to find out more!
Our aim is to respond to all successful applications within 5 days. If you havent been contacted within 5 days your application has been unsuccessful but we positively encourage you to apply for any other positions that you may see in the future.
We apologise that we cannot contact everybody in person but thank you in advance for your interest.
Third Solutions encourages applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Third Solutions acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003.