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This is a fantastic opportunity for an accomplished delivery manager to join The Prince’s Trust, leading one of our scrums in the Service Delivery Systems team.
Making an impact on young people is at the heart of what we do. Your role will help our technology team effectively deliver change, ensuring our frontline teams have access to systems that meet their needs and are as efficient and effective as possible.
We have an exciting transformation agenda ahead of us, which means we are recruiting a host of new FTC roles into our team to support us during this. Our existing scrum team will move on to a transformation project, looking to improve the useability, performance, data collection/quality, and maintainability of our CRM solution across the board. Whilst our new scrum team (which you will lead) will ensure the business as usual development steam continues to progress with day-to-day functional changes to support our delivery teams and the integration of new systems as we modernise our technology stack and we widen our reach through the deployment of digital delivery tools.
What you will do:
- Plan, manage and assume overall accountability for the delivery and ongoing optimisation of a number of delivery streams across the Trust’s young person CRM, including both continuous improvement and major change initiatives
- Work with senior colleagues in Technology and across the organisation to facilitate the solution design process to ensure that project requests can be effectively scoped, budgeted and signed off
- Take a hands-on role in leading the full delivery lifecycle; leading and demonstrating through actions and coaching what good practice looks like.
What we need from you:
- Excellent project delivery skills, with experience in scrum-based delivery – we have adopted and fully embedded scrum, so you will need to lead and continuously improve these ways of working
- Strong ability to bring control and order to ambiguity, enjoying the challenge of overcoming problems due to a desire to continually improve the way things are done
- Experience leading the work of business analysis, development and test teams.
- Excellent communication and stakeholder management skills.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
New opportunity not to be missed! Centrepoint, the UK’s leading youth homelessness charity, is looking for someone with knowledge of charity fundraising data, and experience producing selections and/or reporting for fundraising teams, to join our Fundraising Data Team based in London.
In return, you will receive a competitive salary plus excellent benefits.
This is a fixed term (12 months) contract opportunity with a closing date of 22nd August 2022.
You will be working in Centrepoint’s Fundraising Data Team, which supports the organisation’s fundraising efforts by processing, managing and analysing donation data.
What you’ll be doing…
• Working with the Analysis & Insight Manager to produce regular marketing selections for email, mail, telephone and other channels, using FastStats.
• Managing a number of supporter journeys through our PeopleStage platform, ensuring they are operating well, and making improvements where possible.
• Working with colleagues in the fundraising teams to optimise their marketing selections, using insights from campaign analysis to advise on testing, segmentation and personalisation, and to scope out new supporter journeys.
We help vulnerable young people by giving them the practical and emotional support they need to find a job and live independently. Together with our partners, we support thousands of homeless young people each year.
In return for your efforts you’ll receive a competitive salary, excellent training and development, and a host of staff benefits including:
- 25 days of annual leave per year, rising by one day per year to a maximum of 27 days
- Excellent training package to ensure you have the skills and knowledge to build a new career
- Employer pension contributions of 4%
- Clear career progressions, linked to portfolio work, that enables movement up the pay scale
- Access to Cycle 2 Work loan scheme
- An interest-free travel loan
At Centrepoint we challenge the discrimination within society that contributes to youth homelessness, and we are just as committed to fairness and equality within Centrepoint itself. We are passionate about ensuring all of our colleagues are made to feel included in the work we do and that we value the rich diversity within the organization.
We are an equal opportunities employer and we welcome applications regardless of sex, gender, race, age, belief in any religion and none, gender identity, ethnic origin, class, sexuality, nationality, appearance, unrelated criminal activities, disability, responsibility for dependents, part time or shift workers, being HIV positive or living with AIDS, lived experience of homelessness or using young people’s services and any other matter which causes a person to be treated with injustice.
Centrepoint’s policy is to recruit, employ and promote people on the basis of their suitability for the work to be performed, and to this end, our aim is to ensure that all applicants, employees and volunteers receive equal treatment.
Don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity to join our team as a Fundraising Data Selections Officer click ‘Apply’ now!
Do you have a passion for social impact, community-building, fundraising and events? Do you want to help shape the fundraising and community events strategy of a fast-growing community-driven charity, on a mission to end modern slavery?
TRIBE Freedom Foundation is looking for someone passionate, energetic and motivated with 2 - 5 years of experience in Fundraising, Events and/or PR/Communications to take on an exciting leadership role in our fast-paced start-up charity. The role is based out of TRIBE's Bermondsey office alongside the wider TRIBE team of 10.
As Fundraising and Community Manager, you will report to the TRIBE Freedom Foundation Head of Impact and Partnerships. You will also work closely with the Foundation's Managing Director and our partners at TRIBE Nutrition, as we scale up to be one of the most impactful organisations in the anti-trafficking space.
Your responsibilities will include:
- Leading in creating and managing all TRIBE Freedom Foundation events including the epic TRIBE Run for Love series.
- Creating incredible experiences for all participants and maximising funds raised by TRIBE Freedom Foundation events.
- Building strong relationships and communications with the TRIBE community to inspire and support their fundraising efforts.
- Leading on all TRIBE merchandise and clothing for events.
- Supporting the community fundraising elements of our major corporate partnerships and actively helping to develop a pipeline of new corporate partners.
Outreach and Development
- Leading on outreach (inc. talks and community events) to grow TFF reach and build awareness of modern slavery.
- Developing new and innovative fundraising strategies for the TRIBE community, including the annual TRIBE Awards Dinner and individual giving.
- Leading on all content (video, social media, books) showcasing the inspiring TRIBE community and events.
- Leading on PR and Comms, maximising the reach and impact of our work.
- Building partnerships with other brands.
Trusts and Foundations
- Proactively identifying relevant trusts and grant-making foundations, researching them for suitability.
- Preparing high-quality applications with support from the Head of Impact & Partnerships for relevant trusts and foundations to support our research and project work.
- Providing excellent account management through collecting information for and preparing reports - maximising income generation and relationship longevity.
THE PERFECT FIT?
We are looking for someone who is:
- A Fundraising Fiend: we’re looking for someone who is keen to explore new fundraising ideas, determined to make their mark and create an impact.
- Active and loves the outdoors: this role involves getting stuck into organising our amazing fundraising challenges and community events, from stunning trail runs and charity walks to HIIT classes across London and the awe-inspiring TRIBE Run for Love series.
- Community-Focussed: building community is what TRIBE is all about. We need someone who loves bringing people together.
- Energetic and Entrepreneurial: arrive with energy for the challenge ahead, the initiative to make things happen and always going the extra mile.
- Part of the TRIBE: being a team player and part of the TRIBE.
- Tenacious and Committed: never giving up and striving to smash our ambitious fundraising targets!
- Term: Full-time role but would welcome applications for a Part-Time role.
- Salary: Competitive, subject Skills and Experience.
- Perks: Great team culture and lots of perks inc. Quarterly Away Days (inc International), Monthly Parties and limitless TRIBE bars!
- Start date: As soon as possible
We are an equal opportunities employer and believe in the power of a diverse, inclusive team. We welcome applications from all suitably qualified people, regardless of race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.
WHO ARE WE?
TRIBE Freedom Foundation (TFF) is the charity inspired by a 1,000-mile run in 2013 to set up the first home for trafficked children in the UK called Run for Love. Today, we work to fight modern slavery across the UK, by raising awareness, providing funding and support to empower survivors of modern slavery with access to long-term support and equipping key stakeholders with the tools to prevent modern slavery. Our work has been featured in the Times, BBC, Daily Mail and other publications. TFF works closely alongside its sister company, TRIBE, the UK’s leading plant performance brand.
Please submit your CV and complete the screening question, telling us why you’d love to do the role and what makes you a perfect fit for the position (max 250 words).
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Prospectus is delighted to be partnering with The Diana Award to search for a new Senior Fundraising and Partnerships Manager to join their small, collaborative fundraising team.
The organisation is in an exciting strategic period with new programmes, opportunities and ambitions. As the Senior Fundraising and Partnerships Manager you will implement, and feed into, the fundraising strategy alongside the Fundraising and Partnerships Manager who you will line manage. As a team, your focus will be on developing the pipeline and identifying new funding opportunities from primarily corporate partners and trusts and foundations.
You will have experience of successfully generating income from corporate sources and/or trusts and foundations and you will be a confident relationship builder. The Diana Award can offer learning and development support around formal line management and strategy development should this be new for you, but you may already have some experience of managing volunteers, interns or projects, and you will have an interest in leading and growing a team.
If you can bring your valuable fundraising expertise and are looking to take ownership in your next role, whilst perhaps developing skills in leadership and strategy, then do get in touch for more information.
The Diana Award is open to considering both full time and part time applicants and can offer flexible working patterns and hybrid working (number days per week in the London office are negotiable).
If you have any disability and would like assistance with completing an application then please contact Femke Vorstman at Prospectus.
If you feel you meet some of the criteria but not all, we really hope you'll enquire and learn more. Prospectus can advise and support on each part of the role and hopefully your application, so we look forward to hearing from you.
At Prospectus we invest in your journey as a candidate and are committed to supporting you in your application. In order to apply please submit your CV in the first instance and begin to prepare your supporting statement. Should your experience be suitable, we will send you the full job description and will arrange for a call and/or meeting to brief you on the role. You'll then have all the information you need to formally apply. We are looking forward to speaking with you soon.
Civitas Recruitment are proud to be partnering with a great charity supplying food aid to children and families around the world. Last year they served millions of meals across their programmes in Sudan, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Yemen, Malawi, Ethiopia and turkey and this year they aim to double that. An exciting opportunity exists for a Regional Fundraising Manager to join the charity. The postholder will manage raising funds regionally to meet the organisation’s fundraising targets through eengagement with existing and new donors and supporters of the charity. You will be developing a varied portfolio of partners, ranging from individual donors to other trusts, foundations and commercial organisations and recruiting and managing a team of volunteers/ fundraisers. This is a permanent, full time, hybrid role and willingness to travel is required to represent the charity at face-to-face meetings and networking events to establish new and maintain, long term relationships. Role is to be based in the Northwest or Southeast. Remote in either region.
Who are we looking for?
The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 3 years of fundraising experience, with a proven record of success in a results-oriented environment. You will have excellent project and event management skills and be confident in establishing and maintaining relationships with individuals and organisations. Sensitivity to differences in culture and nationality with the ability to collaborate closely with colleagues and volunteers is vital. You will also have the ability to manage time effectively, prioritise workload, plan and achieve deadlines and have exceptional interpersonal and networking skills.
If the above role description sounds of interest and you feel like you meet the criteria; please apply immediately or for further information, please contact Syed at Civitas Recruitment for a full JD and informal discussion. Early applications are encouraged as we will be reviewing on a rolling basis.
Hope and Homes for Children is looking for a Funding Coordination Officer, who'll play a key supportive role in the Grants Partnerships team and Marketing, Communications and Fundraising (MCF) department, contributing directly to the Grants team income target as well as supporting fundraisers across the department to access compelling information in support of their fundraising.
You will help to drive key cross departmental initiatives including the coordination of restricted funding for our country programmes and the development of proposals and reports for our key projects and thematic work. You will also manage our small and medium trusts and foundations portfolio (including stewardship, reporting and proactively approaching new prospects), and occasionally support Grants team colleagues with reports, proposals and stewardship of our high value relationships.
Fundraising Coordinator Requirements:
To be successful in this role, you will need excellent written and verbal communication skills, a supportive and collaborative approach and a genuine passion for our work. You will have a keen interest in development/child protection work, enjoy the process of compiling narrative and financial information about our projects and have the drive and commitment to deliver against deadlines. You will also be well organised, flexible, self-motivated and able to work autonomously and to thrive within a supportive culture which is solution-orientated and has integrity, courage and excellence at its heart.
In return, we’ll provide you with the chance to have a real impact in a collaborative and ambitious organisation who are proud of what we do and the difference we make, and we will provide the opportunities and guidance to help you to develop and grow.
If you believe every child belongs in a family, then join us as we consign orphanages to history.
To apply, please upload your CV and a covering letter indicating why you're interested in joining us and (reflecting on the role profile) why you believe your skills and experience make you suitable for the role.
The final date for applications is 1st September 2022. However, we will review applications on a rolling basis so welcome applications at any time.
The provisional interview date is 7th September 2022.
Location: Fully flexible with occasional trips to our Salisbury or London offices.
Contract Type: Permanent
Hours: Full Time, 37.5 hours per week with flexibility
Salary: £28,000 to £34,000 per annum, including London Weighting, if located in London, depending on experience.
You may have experience of the following: Funding Coordination Officer, Fundraising Coordinator, Charities, Not for Profit, Fundraiser, Marketing, Business Development, Fundraiser, Donor Management, Regional Fundraising, Third Sector, Charity Funding, etc.
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You will be responsible for managing new and existing relationships with funders, including grant writing, meetings and pitches. You will involve appropriate colleagues and our membership network of students across the globe, to secure support, provide information and help maintain support from funders. You will be creative and persuasive in your approach to helping the organisation grow financially. You will be asked to write reports about our deliverables, identify leads and follow these up alongside your senior leadership colleagues. The ideal candidate will thrive when they are able to interpret a strategy, identify the key areas for us to focus on and write persuasive, concise and effective fundraising applications. We are looking for someone who can use their own initiative and problem solving to the role.
This is your chance to join an amazing team that works to reform economics education around the world. We are excited to launch our search for our next Senior Fundraising & Partnerships Manager. We are constantly growing so if you want to be part of the team that realises our vision of a better economics education around the world then please do apply.
About Rethinking Economics International
Rethinking Economics (RE) is an international network working to build better economics in society and the classroom. We started as a student movement in 2012 and have since grown to become a registered charity, Rethinking Economics International with a 10-person staff team. Through a mixture of campaigning, events and projects, we support over 100 groups in over 30 countries around the world. These students work alongside thousands of supportive members of the public, to reform the university economics curriculum to make it more pluralist, critical and applicable to the real world. Rethinking Economics International is undertaking an exciting transition process in which we are developing and expanding the future of the organisation. This includes the development of a new strategy for 2023-6 and a move to a more international workforce.
We will be accepting candidates for this role from anywhere which is +/- 6 hours GMT/BST. The conditions of employment will vary location to location, depending on the law and equitable work standards for the territory where you are based.
Please see our website for the full job information, including a person specificiation for this role and details of how to apply.
Do you want to make a difference and be part of a vibrant and inclusive organisation that has been helping save lives for more than a century? As one of the country’s best-loved charities, St John Ambulance played a pivotal role in responding to the pandemic as well as everyday health emergencies, training, supporting communities, and improving young people’s lives.
An exciting time to join our busy and thriving Fundraising team! A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a Fundraising Manager (Proposals),who will play an important and key role in managing and improving the restricted Fundraising process across St John, enabling the Fundraising teams to maximise the funds in line with critical strategic objectives and liaising with Finance and Operations teams to ensure they are spent in line with restrictions.
We pride ourselves in being a great place to work, providing a supportive culture with opportunities to grow and develop your career, achieve a healthy work life balance and to be recognised for the great work you do. The role benefits from a competitive salary, generous pension, hybrid, flexible working, 33 days holiday (inclusive of bank holidays) - increasing to 38 days over 5 years, options to buy and sell holiday, free first/mental aid first aider courses, Blue Light and NHS online shopping discounts, cycle to work scheme, life assurance, flu jab, eye care, mental health and wellbeing tools and volunteering days.
Please see the job description for more detail (this can be viewed on our website or once you click apply)
- Strong project management experience leading cross-organisational teams on the planning, development, and delivery of restricted funding
- Excellent interpersonal skills with ability to communicate effectively with ability to build and develop stakeholder relationships internally and externally
- Strong fundraising communication copywriting experience
- Able to adapt to shifting priorities depending on internal and external developments, managing expectations/pushing back/creating new solutions where appropriate
About the Role:
- Manage the Restricted Funding process including the development and continuous improvement of funding strategies for all identified funding opportunities
- Lead on design and manage fundamental systems to ensure visibility of restricted funding opportunities by gathering, recording, analysing and communicating information consistently with external communication messages
- Build and manage strong stakeholder relationships (across Fundraising, Finance and Operations) with those responsible for providing input to the restricted funding process across the organisation and the users of the information
- Refine and embed the process across the organisation to successfully deliver effective results contributing to the strategic objectives
St John Ambulance works at the heart of communities, supporting and enabling them to access and receive physical and mental health first aid. We do this through developing and providing effective community response and outreach services (e.g. Ambulance response, Falls response, Night Time Economy and Homelessness outreach) and using our longstanding expertise to empower people with vital clinical skills and the confidence to use them (e.g. our Volunteers and Community Advocates, NHS Cadets and Young Responders programmes).
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a team of over 1,700 employees and over 30,000 volunteers, united by our goal of saving lives through essential first aid services, training and campaigning. As a charity with rich heritage and a long history of serving humanity, we are proud of our past and excited about creating a healthier, safer, more resilient future.
Application review date: 22/08/2022
Interview date: TBC
St John Ambulance are committed to increasing the diversity of our team and making sure we best reflect the diversity of the communities we serve.At St John, everyone is valued and supported to thrive, we have several networks including Multi Culture, Disability and Accessibility, Pride, Family and Carers and Women’s groups. We do not tolerate any form of discrimination and engender a sense of belonging for all, by creating an environment of mutual respect, where we value unique differences and demonstrate authentic allyship. We believe passionately in equality, diversity and inclusion.
Please note: St John does not accept speculative CVs and will only review CVs sent in application for an advertised vacancy.
Recruitment Agencies: We are not utilising the services of recruitment agencies for this vacancy and will accept direct applications only.
Freelance Trust Fundraiser
Amos Trust are looking to bring in an experienced freelance Trust Fundraiser to grow and diversify our trust and grants fundraising stream. The person appointed will bring new funders to the charity whilst engaging with a small number of existing relationships.
The role will include
Researching and identifying trusts
Creating and managing a trust pipeline
Completing successful applications to Trusts with our Director and Head of Partnerships and in so doing maintain existing support streams and creating new ones.
Approximately 1 day a week, with the opportunity to visit one of our projects in India, South Africa, Burundi, Tanzania or Palestine?
Amos Trust is a small creative human rights organisation that seeks to challenge injustice, restore rights and create hope. We work with grassroots partners in three areas of work. Street Justice - transforming the lives of girls and young women on the streets, Climate Justice - equipping local communities to develop sustainable responses to climate change and supporting young female climate activists, and, Palestine Justice - promoting Palestinain rights, working with partners in the West Bank and Gaza.
Amos Trust an annual turnover of approximately £1.1 million and strong reserve base. Trust income last year made up 12% of our income through one year and multi year grants.
We wish to appoint a Trust fundraising freelancer to increase our annual trust income to £200,000 - £220,000 per annum.
The ideal candidate will have:
Track record in trust fundraising / winning funds through bids and applications to grant giving statutory bodies and foundations
First class, demonstrable written communication skills with the ability to write compelling and innovative proposals and funding reports
Proven experience undertaking research, developing proposals, and winning funding.
Experience in securing support for International Development or Humanitarian Projects and/ or for the Promotion of Human Rights.
We envisage that this role will be for approximately 1 day per week.
Applications by CV, with brief covering letter and information about your daily rates.
Closing date for applications, 10:00 am on Monday 5th September. Interviews on zoom on Friday 8th September.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Thi is a fantastic opportunity for a 3 month internship within our Individual Giving team
You will be supporting an upcoming fundraising campaign at Muscular Dystrophy UK. This will be an important role in making sure that current relationships with supporters are nurtured and grow.
This opportunity is funded through the City Bridge Trust’s Bridge to Work programme and is therefore only open to applicants aged between 16 and 30, who live in Greater London, and who have lived experience of disability. You will need to confirm you meet these eligibility criteria by completing the details form.
This role is a three month contract, three days a week.
Please download the job description to see full role responsibilities.
Muscular Dystrophy UK is the charity bringing individuals, families and professionals together to fight muscle-wasting conditions. We bring together more than 60 rare and very rare progressive muscle-weakening and wasting conditions, affecting around 110,000 children and adults in the UK.
Although the charity is based at our office in Southwark, there is a lot of flexibility for home working.
In order to apply, please click on the Apply Now button and send your CV with a covering letter (detailing why you are best suited for the role) and the completed details form.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Charity People are delighted to be working exclusively with the International League of Dermatological Societies (ILDS) to help find a new Fundraising & Partnership Senior Officer to join their dynamic team.
At ILDS, it is our mission to attain the best possible skin health for all people around the world. To increase awareness, cooperation and communication within the global dermatology community to promote high quality education, clinical care, research and innovation that will improve skin health globally. We represent over 200,000 dermatologists through our 180 member associations from over 90 countries around the world
Benefits & Culture
Location Hybrid working, remote and London W1
Working Hours Full time (flexible working fully supported).
Salary £35-45k + benefits
Holiday 26 days plus 8 Bank Holidays
Reporting To Executive Director
About the role
As the ILDS Fundraising and Partnership Senior Officer, you will get to work with individuals, companies and organisations on an international level, creating a dynamic and exciting work environment. As a member of the ILDS staff, you will be supporting the global leaders in dermatology make a real change. Together, working towards the best possible skin health for all people around the world.
Working closely with the ILDS' Executive Director and the Board you will lead on the management of partnerships and fundraising opportunities. Create and develop the fundraising strategy, identify new funding opportunities with corporates and foundations but also other income streams.
The role will also include managing budgets, financial reporting and provide support to the ILDS finance and fundraising committee.
We are looking for an experienced relationship manager with a successful track record of delivering income growth within the charity or corporate sector in one or more income streams including corporate partnerships, grants and bid writing and sponsorship.
You will be a natural relationship builder, comfortable at senior leadership level, with strong networking skills and the ability to inspire and influence at a senior level. Ideally, you will also have experience of working with a diverse range of people including boards, donors, sponsors, staff and volunteers.
The role would suit someone who is a strong collaborative team-player with a positive and enthusiastic attitude. You will need to be proactive, work independently with excellent organisational skills.
Understanding of the charity commission and health organisations would be an advantage.
You will be joining a small but committed, flexible and highly collegiate team.
If you are as excited about this opportunity as we are then please get in touch [email protected]
Please send a copy of your CV to Sharon at Charity People. If your profile fits what we are looking for, we'll be in touch with further details and to arrange a phone or video call.
We want you to have every opportunity to demonstrate your skills, ability, and potential. Please contact us if you require any assistance or adjustment so that we can help ensure the application process work for you.
Charity People actively promotes equality, diversity, and inclusion. We match charity 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 do this because we know greater diversity will lead to even greater results for the charities with which we work.
It’s time to work in a job you love; as our newest Fundraising officer you can work in an environment where you are valued, developed and part of a strong and expanding team, all whilst feeling the reward of seeing your work contribute to supporting disadvantaged communities. So, what are you waiting for – apply today!
What Oasis Offers
In return for your hard work we will offer you:
- Flexible opportunities for Continuous Professional Development
- A supportive network and family of staff in a motivating and challenging working environment
- A competitive local government pension scheme with defined benefits, life cover and lower tax
- A generous annual leave allowance of 25 + 8 (Bank Holiday) days per year rising to 30 + 8 after 2 years of service
- Recognition of continuous service with Local Authorities and other Academy Trusts for various employment entitlements
- Opportunities to join staff network groups
- Wellbeing support mechanisms
- The opportunity to see the difference your work is making to our communities
About the Role
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a new Fundraising officerto join our finance and procurement team, with flexible working the successful candidate will work under the leadership of the National Procurement Manager (NPM), to support effective Fundraising across the Academy Trust.
Here the successful candidate will :
- Raise funds for the work of Oasis Academies from charitable trusts and statutory funders.
- Co-ordinate and manage relationships with charitable trusts and foundations and statutory funding bodies, and manage the appropriate application processes.
- Write national and regional funding applications for Oasis Academies, meeting targets as set by the Board of Trustees
- Support regional staff to devise a competitive and compelling approach to local trust funding, leveraging national cases for support and impact and outcomes work.
Please see full Job Description and Person Specification for more information about the role.
About Oasis Community Learning
Born of the Oasis global charity we are one of the largest multi-academy trusts in the UK, having grown from one academy in 2007 to 52 today. Working in disadvantaged areas of England we aim to provide exceptional education at the heart of the community and offer support to those in need within the area. Our ethos is a core part of our everyday practice and something each of our staff champion daily; Equality, Inclusion, Healthy Relationships, Hope and Perseverance. We are also proud to be a Real Living Wage employer which broadly follows various national terms and conditions of employment (including STCPD, Burgundy and Green Book) and we recognise eight different trade unions.
Applying for this role
If you are interested in applying for the role, please complete your application, and equal opportunities forms.
This post is covered by Part 7 of the Immigration Act (2016) and therefore the ability to speak fluent and spoken English is an essential requirement for this role
PLEASE NOTE THAT DUE TO SAFER RECRUITMENT POLICIES, WE CANNOT ACCEPT CVS ALONE FOR THIS ROLE; YOU MUST COMPLETE A FULL APPLICATION
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.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Location: Home Based (South West)
Salary: £26,451 - £28,886 per annum (depending on skills and experience)
Working Hours: 35 per week
Closing Date: 19 August 2022
Interview Date: TBC (via Zoom or Teams)
Location: This is a home-based role however, you must be located in the South West.
You will ideally be located within: Gloucestershire, Somerset, Devon, Cornwall, Dorset, Wiltshire, Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Hampshire, Bristol or Buckinghamshire.
Please note the deadline for submitting applications for this vacancy is 23:59pm on the closing date
We reserve the right to close this vacancy early if we receive sufficient applications for the role. Therefore, if you are interested, please submit your application as early as possible.
About Alzheimer\'s Society
Who we are
Alzheimer’s Society are a vital source of support and a powerful force for change for everyone affected by dementia.
What we want
We will not rest until people with dementia and their carers live more fulfilled and less fearful lives, free from stigma and inequality.
What we do
We support people affected by dementia through some of the hardest and most frightening times, to improve their lives and help to avoid crisis.
No matter whoever you are, whatever you’re going through, you can turn to Alzheimer’s Society/us for expert support through practical advice, emotional support, and guidance for the best next step
We join forces with people affected by dementia, leading scientists and policy makers, amplifying voices to push for cutting edge breakthroughs and societal change that’ll improve the lives of people affected by dementia, now and in the future
How we do it
We’re the friendly face of support, the warm voice at the end of the phone and the determined minds who will fight passionately for the cause of everyone affected by dementia.
About the role
As a Legacy Giving Officer, you will be promoting Gifts in Wills to our supporters and staff right across the South West. Legacy fundraising is a growth area within the fundraising sector and is being recognised as a top priority at Alzheimer’s Society – having been absolutely critical for the charity to continue our work through the pandemic.
- Responsible for the organisation and delivery of a series of events.
- Become the go to contact for all Legacy enquiries in your region, inspiring them to leave a gift in their Will
- Promoting our offers to individual supporters.
- Developing and implementing new regional opportunities to promote legacy giving.
- Provide legacy fundraising awareness training.
- Play a vital role in helping to support our fundraising plans.
- Additional supporter focussed activities.
Gifts in Wills already fund over 25% of our work – and our programme is growing, with buy in at the highest levels of leadership and across the organisation. This is our time to make a significant impact to the outlook for people affected by dementia, and Gifts in Wills play a big role in delivering this change…. are you joining our team?
You will join our ambitious and supportive team of Legacy fundraisers and work closely alongside other Regional Fundraising colleagues to ensure our supporters are aware of legacy giving and the impact it has on our work. You will be;
- Experience in fundraising or sales and motivated by an excellent cause.
- Eager for an opportunity for you to expand your experience and develop in fundraising.
- Confident with verbal, written and presentation skills.
- An outstanding relationship builder and negotiator.
- Experienced in regularly exceeding targets.
You may have experience of the following: Fundraising Officer, Fundraising Executive, Legacy Giving Officer, Sales Executive, Business Development Executive, Fundraising, Donor Management, Charity, Charities, Third Sector, Not for Profit, etc.
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We’re working with a fantastic disability charity who is looking for a Trusts Fundraiser to join their team. You’ll develop a targeted portfolio of small and medium Trust donors, creating impact and long-term relationships. You’ll submit tailored and compelling applications, whilst also streamlining current business processes and support with maintaining the team’s prospect pipeline. You’ll manage a portfolio of medium-sized Trusts that give up to £20,000, demonstrating a commitment to maintaining relationships.
You’ll adhere to the grant cycle, ensuring you meet the needs of individual funders and managing those relationships effectively. You’ll be aware of the charity’s wider strategic themes and ensure all information is utilised in order to develop high quality proposals and reports. You’ll ensure sustainability by prioritising multi-year bids, as well as being the main point of contact for the team’s day to day finance requirements, ensuring income and expenditure is appropriately recorded.
You will need:
- Experience of developing multiyear funding proposals
- Experience in writing compelling applications and reports
- Experience in having strategic discussions with funders
- To be ambitious, innovative and target-driven
Location: Stratford (one day a week in office)
Contract type: Full-time, Part-time (4 days) and compressed hours can be considered
If you would like to have an informal discussion, please call Christina on 02030 062787 or email [email protected].
Ashby Jenkins Recruitment are a specialist charity recruitment agency, we use our extensive sector knowledge and experience to match candidates to the most suitable roles. We take a relationship-led approach to recruitment, working ethically, supporting people to find their perfect role within the not-for-profit sector.
We are passionate about improving equality across the sector, you can read more about our commitment to diversity here. We proactively welcome applications from a diverse range of candidates.
If enough applications are received the charity reserve the right to end the application period sooner.
Job reference: REQ001865
Application closing date: 21/08/2022
Salary: £37,447 per year
Contractual hours: Permanent - 35 hours per week
Location: London / Hybrid worker
Do you have experience building Trust relationships and managing prospective donor pipelines that deliver income, reach and impact? Can you provide excellent supporter stewardship? Do you want to be part of our ambitious charity and develop your Trust fundraising skills? If so, then join Scope as a Trusts Fundraiser and become part of our growing team at Scope.
Developing a strong Trust portfolio of small and medium Trust donors to deliver growth for FY 22/23 and beyond.
Identify new Trust prospects who are aligned to Scope's aims and develop actions for strategic growth to attract and secure new income form multi-year funders.
The development and implementation of a tri-annual small Trust mailing.
Providing excellent supporter stewardship, ensuring everything from prompt acknowledgements, tailored updates, reports, regular mailings, formal funding applications, invitations and creating and delivering engagement opportunities.
Working with services as well as Strategy Impact and Social Change colleagues to develop high quality applications and reports.
Utilising our new CRM capabilities to record supporter engagements and maximise team efficiencies.
Please note: This role will require regular travel across the designated area.
- You should have previous Trust fundraising experience.
- Be familiar with the donor cultivation cycle.
- You will need to be organised, methodical and accurate in a busy environment.
- Strong proofreading and persuasive writing skills.
- Show strong interpersonal skills and be able to collaborate with internal and external stakeholders at all levels.
- You will bring drive and enthusiasm to your role and can show that you care passionately about improving disabled people's lives.
- Knowledge and appreciation of Scope’s values and our ambition of everyday equality for disabled people.
Our Values - Pioneering, Courageous, Connected, Open, Fair
By living our values and trusting each other, we give our colleagues freedom and space to be creative, push boundaries and change minds.
Equality and inclusion are at the heart of our mission, and we are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace.
We particularly welcome applications from disabled people, and guarantee interviews to disabled applicants who meet the minimum job criteria.
Please let us know in your application if you are applying under the Guaranteed Interview Scheme.
We encourage applications from underrepresented groups including minoritised ethnic and LGBTQ+ communities.
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