Wellbeing Manager Jobs in Liverpool
Can you make sure that kinship carers in England receive high quality, user centred training online and in person?
About the role
We have been awarded the Department for Education contract to deliver high quality training to kinship carers across England. You will be responsible for delivering high quality online and face-to-face training and managing a team of inhouse facilitators and external partners.
This is a new team so you will need to be someone who is comfortable with a high level of ambiguity and who is able to build outcome and target driven services from a user centred approach. We have a lot to do over the next 18 months.
From April 2024 to March 2025, your team will need to deliver exceptional training to 4,000 kinship carers in England through in person and online sessions. These are divided into introductory and advanced training. We will be delivering at least 16 roadshows across England so travel will be required in this role. In person training will also involve experiential learning in peer support groups and community venues. Introductory training will be delivered in-house.
You will also work with external expert facilitators and partners to develop new advanced training sessions and modules. Subject experts within Kinship, will also deliver training and you will need to ensure content and delivery meets a consistent standard.
The right person will need to work collaboratively with colleagues across Kinship and be used to working in cross-functional teams. You’ll need to be curious, detail orientated with an improvement mindset.
What we’ll offer you
Kinship offers 30 days’ annual leave plus bank holidays (pro-rata for part time) as well as a generous pension scheme. This fixed-term role is open to flexible working (school hours would be considered). We have an excellent wellbeing offer including the Employee Assistance Programme and clinical supervision. We will invest in your professional development with training and career development opportunities.
Kinship is committed to championing equality, diversity and inclusion. We believe our work is greatly enhanced by the varied backgrounds, experiences and views represented within our teams. We aim to create inclusive teams, celebrate differences and encourage everyone to join us and be their true self at work. We therefore encourage applications from anyone who fits our values, whatever their religion or belief, sex, gender identity, race, age, sexuality or disability and are actively seeking candidates that can bring real innovation and commitment to us.
This is a fantastic time to join a supportive and well-established team within an organisation with rapid growth ambitions. This role will be what you make it and we’re looking for someone to seize this opportunity!
Please apply for this role through BeApplied. You will be asked to answer five questions and attach your CV. You will have max 250 words per answer.
- Describe how your experience and your values are a good fit for this role
- This service needs to deliver 4,000 training experiences for kinship carers over 1 year, please clearly describe your experience of delivering high quality training at this scale and pace.
- If you were offered the role, what would you prioritise in the first two months and why? Tell us about what you’d need to find out and what would be your approach to the role.
- Please describe how you would ensure that training is meeting the needs of kinship carers (think about outcomes, evaluation and participation).
- How would ensure your team are motivated, high performing and delivering exceptional training – both in person and online?
Application deadline: 9:00am on Wednesday 13 December 2023
Interview date: Tuesday 19 December 2023 – in-person (Vauxhall). It is anticipated that this will be a one stage in-person interview process, but this may change depending on the volume and calibre of applications.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Would you like to be part of a global effort to eliminate hepatitis C? We would welcome enthusiastic applicants with a passion for delivering services to underrepresented communities to join our efforts and ensure we reach out to as many service-users as possible, enabling what can be lifesaving treatment for many.
We are looking to expand our community team in the Merseyside and Cheshire Operational Delivery Network and are keen to hear from applicants who may have experience within substance misuse services, supporting volunteers or may have been personally affected by hepatitis C.
We are currently looking for a skilled Peer Support Lead who has excellent communication and organisational skills. We require a good standard of education and welcome creativity.
Working under the guidance of the existing Peer Programme Manager and as a crucial team member in this area, the successful applicant will be integral to the continuation and development of the project, recruiting and coordinating peers. Working in partnership with hepatitis C clinical teams, drug and alcohol services and homeless service providers, the post will coordinate delivery of educational workshops, hepatitis C testing in community settings and ensure that service users are referred and supported through hepatitis C treatment and care.
This post requires extensive travel across the region, and it is desirable for the post holder to hold a clean driving licence and have their own vehicle for work related travel.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
As Regional Manager you will represent, manage and co-ordinate FoodCycle for your allocated regional Projects. Our Projects are spaces where volunteers are empowered to run their own community meals using surplus food.
You will manage local relationships with venues, community partners, supermarkets and volunteer recruitment channels to enable this to happen. You will continually be looking to increase our impact by working towards targets of increased meals served to our guests, expanding our existing Projects and setting up new ones within Yorkshire and The Humber.
As an excellent communicator, you will manage the volunteers at each Project ensuring they are trained, supported and on-message with FoodCycle strategy, ensuring that volunteers are confident enough to self-organise and make a success of their Projects.
You will have experience of programme planning, delivery and development including community led/owned programmes. You will also have experience of building relationships with a range of stakeholders, including other charities, local authorities, funders and local champions. A full driving license and access to a vehicle for work purposes is essential for this exciting role.
How to apply: Please upload a CV of no more than two sides, and a covering note/letter of no more than two sides explaining why you are suitable for the role, via our vacancy website.
Deadline for your application: 20th December, however we will interview candidates as applications come in. We reserve the right to close the vacancy early, and we encourage candidates to apply asap!
Benefits: We offer 26.5 holiday (including Christmas close down) plus bank holidays, and a flexible and friendly work environment. Staff benefit from our private medical package and our pension scheme, available after three months.
This role is home based with frequent travel to projects in Leeds, Sheffield, Hull and Bradford.
FoodCycle is an equal opportunity employer, and we value diversity and inclusion. We are a Disability Confident Scheme member. Please email our Recruitment inbox if you require assistance or adjustments when applying.
Please note that you will need to have existing Right to Work in the UK to apply for this role. We do not hold a sponsor licence therefore we are unable to provide Visa sponsorship.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Job Title: National Perinatal Peer Support Manager
Salary: £33,000 - £35,000 FTE (depending on experience)
Hours per week: 35
Location: Home Based, need to travel occasionally to the various sites in NW, Midlands, SE and London
Benefits: NCT Membership with access to exclusive benefits, pension scheme, 30 days annual leave plus 8 bank and public holidays
About us at NCT
Our vision is that everyone who becomes a parent feels confident, connected, and safe because we believe parents help build the foundations of the future. That's why NCT is the charity with a clear and singular mission – we support people as they become parents. Every year we support over 250,000 parents across the UK and Channel Islands on their unique journeys through pregnancy, birth, infant feeding, and early parenthood. ‘For Every Parent’ is our new five-year strategy that sets a clear direction for our charity to reach more people, do more to support new and expectant parents, and campaign with impact.
About the role
The National Perinatal Peer Support Manager role is a critical post in our ‘For Every Parent’ strategy with alignment to our ‘More parents, more impact’ and ‘Real lives, real change’ pillars. You will champion and expand our nationally recognised ‘Parents in Mind’ programme - our free at point of access perinatal mental health peer support programme, for parents experiencing mild-moderate mental health difficulties. With a track record in managing and coaching teams across multiple locations, you will lead our regional teams who operate at the frontline of ‘Parents in Mind’ to deliver impactful volunteer-led community services. You will seek opportunities to share best practice and national collaboration amongst the sites helping to ensure that NCT is offering inclusive and accessible best practice. Most importantly, you will be working to continuously make a difference for the many families across the UK who struggle with emotional well-being, anxiety or social isolation in pregnancy or the first two-years after childbirth.
We are recruiting for a ………
- A progressive leader with experience of managing and developing motivated, engaged and resilient teams working across a dispersed a geographically location.
- Experience of managing the design and delivery of new services including assessment of impact and managing budgets.
- Experience of public sector commissioning.
- An excellent communicator with the ability to inspire, influence, motivate and engage others through collaborative communication.
- A passion for NCT's mission and supporting parents experiencing perinatal mental health challenges.
Please visit our NCT website for further details on the job description.
We are taking positive action to increase diversity throughout our organisation, at all levels, and to nurture a culture of inclusion for all our people and the parents and families that we support. More details about our Equity, Diversity and Inclusion action can be found here.
We are committed to zero discrimination both internally and externally regardless of visible or invisible difference such as sex, sexual orientation, age, race, ethnicity, disability, impairment, learning difference or long-term condition, religion or belief, gender identity, economic class, marital/civil partnership, family status including single parents, socio-economic background and pregnancy and maternity. We provide reasonable adjustments and are committed to an inclusive and accessible recruitment process.
We welcome and actively encourage applications from all candidates including those from under-represented groups within NCT such as individuals from Black, Asian or minority ethnic backgrounds, LGBTQI+ people and people with a disability.
The welfare and safety of individuals is at the heart of everything that we do. NCT is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and adults and expects all staff to share this commitment.
Closing date for applications: 04/01/2024
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Contract type: Permanent
Hours per week: 35
Salary: £29,857 (FTE)
Closing date: 2nd January 2024
Interview date: 8th January 2024
Do you want to join our commitment to ensure no family faces cancer alone?
We are looking for a standout relationship manager to join our fantastic team of fundraisers who work tirelessly to raise funds for Young Lives vs Cancer. This is a role of variety, opportunity and innovation and we are looking for someone who embraces change and constantly strives to achieve more.
A great personality and team ethic are really important in this role as you will maximise income for Young Live vs Cancer by coaching our supporters to reach their goals, whilst seeking out new fundraising opportunities for your geographical area. This role sits within the ‘Supporter Experience’ team, and we need someone with natural customer service skills who wants to deliver a legendary experience to all of their supporters. Your team of supporters will range from volunteers and individuals to groups and local corporates.
We are not your average employer, nor are we looking for an average candidate in a 9-5 role. What we offer is the flexibility and adaptivity to ensure that your personal work/life balance is taken care of. Whether it is finishing early for an appointment, picking up from school or further education, we can help to make it work for you. Many of the team work condensed or flexible hours to suit their individual circumstance so we would love to discuss your needs more at interview.
Experience within a similar role, or within the charity sector, would be great but we know that a lot of the most important skills in this role are easily transferable from another sector. We want the right person, and we will invest in training the right candidate. The skills we are looking for in this role are:
- Strong prioritisation skills
- Great communicator
- Emotionally intelligent
- Master at storytelling
- Epic at relationship building.
- Great at spotting opportunities
- Team player
The must haves:
- A full UK driving licence and access to a car (including business insurance)
- A sufficient Broadband connection if home based.
- Live in the East or West Midlands of England. Candidates who live outside of the local authority should highlight an intention to relocate to the area in their covering letter for their application to be considered.
This post is subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service check.
If you think this sounds like you then please have a read of the attached job specification. If you would like to discuss the role before applying, then we welcome these informal chats.
At Young Lives vs Cancer, we recognise that opportunities for too many people remain a condition of their race, class, gender identity, disability, sexual orientation – or a combination. This has never been acceptable to us as an organisation.
We are committed to taking anti-oppressive action and removing barriers in our recruitment practices. We particularly welcome applications from members of minoritised communities and creating equitable opportunities for all. We are passionately committed to taking actions and making changes to be a truly diverse, inclusive, and equitable organisation, as well as reflective of the diverse children and young people we support. Click here to find out more about our Diversity, Inclusion, Equity and Belonging strategy.
We are committed to providing reasonable adjustments throughout our recruitment process and we’ll always endeavour to be as accommodating as possible. Please get in touch with us if you would like to discuss any specific requirements.
What we offer
Every quarter we offer a wellbeing and development day where no meetings are held. It’s a day for everyone to spend time on whatever supports their own personal wellbeing and professional development – whether that’s catching up with training, life admin, exercise or reading. There is no prescription to these days as we know everyone is unique.
You may also have experience in the following: Fundraising Manager, Senior Fundraising Manager, Fundraising Engagement Manager, Senior Fundraising Engagement Manager, Fundraising Engagement, Community Engagement, Senior Fundraising Officer, Fundraising, Fundraiser, Senior Fundraiser, Business Development, Business Development Manager, Account Manager, Account Management, Supporter Engagement, Relationship Management, Customer Relationship Manager, Client Relationship Manager, Charity, Charities, NFP, Not for Profit, Third Sector etc.
We have an exciting opportunity for you to join us as the Operations Manager for a new Fraud Peer Support Pilot Project to be be delivered in South London, Kent and Sussex. This vacancy is full-time, working 37.5 hours per week, home-based with travel required throughout the region.
What we offer:
At Victim Support we believe in attracting & retaining the best people and offer a competitive rewards & benefits package including:
- Flexible working options including hybrid working
- 28 days annual leave plus Bank Holidays, rising to 33 days plus Bank Holidays
- An extra day off for your birthday
- Pension with 5% employer contribution
- Enhanced sick pay allowances, maternity & paternity payments
- High Street, retail, holiday, entertainment & leisure discounts
- Access to our financial wellbeing hub & salary deducted finance
- Employee assistance programme & wellbeing support
- Ongoing training & support with opportunities for career development & progression
About the Role:
We are looking for an experienced manager who can demonstrate the ability, passion and determination to lead all aspects of an effective and innovative service that can transform the lives of adult fraud victims. You will set up and deliver a fraud peer support pilot project across Kent, Sussex and South London.
As the Operations Manager you will be responsible for:
- the recruitment, management, supervision and development of the fraud caseworker team
- overseeing the delivery of individual, tailored support for victims of fraud
- the development and delivery of innovative online and in-person peer support work
- ensuring we provide high quality support services that meet the needs of victims of fraud
- working in close partnership with police, local authorities and other key stakeholders
- ensuring the voices and experiences of victims are heard in and beyond the criminal justice system
On occasion you may also be involved in bid writing and fund raising activity, and with print and broadcast media. The areas for delivery of the pilot are South London, Kent and Sussex and the post-holder will need to reside in one of these, and will be able to travel across the three areas
Victim Support (VS) is an independent charity providing a range of specialist services to people who have been affected by crime across England and Wales. We work towards a world where there are fewer victims but who have stronger rights, better support and a real influence in the Criminal Justice System. Everyone at VS is driven by our Vision Ambitions and Values to play their part in making a difference for those who experience crime and traumatic events. Working for VS gives you the opportunity to play a key role in a national charity providing high quality services to victims and witnesses and being a vital force for change.
Victim Support are committed to recruiting with care and to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Background checks and Disclosed Barring Service checks may be required.
Victim Support strives to represent the diverse communities we serve and are passionate about creating an environment where all staff and volunteers feel respected and heard. Being a diverse organisation with an inclusive culture is integral to us being able to meet our aim of ensuring that anyone who is a victim of crime gets the support they need.
As part of our commitment to the Race at Work Charter we particularly welcome applicants from Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities. VS is also a Disability Confident Employer and we provide a Guaranteed Interview Scheme for candidates that are disabled and meet all essential criteria for a role.
If you have a disability, a learning difficulty such as dyslexia or a medical condition which you believe may affect your performance during any aspect of our selection process, we'll be happy to make reasonable adjustments to enable you to perform at your best.
How to apply:
To apply for this role please follow the link below to the Jobs page on our website and complete the application form demonstrating how you meet the essential shortlisting criteria.
The closing date for this role is midnight on Wednesday 29 November 2023 and interviews will be held in the week of 11 December
We look forward to hearing from you.
We reserve the right to close this vacancy early, if we receive enough suitable applications to take forward to interview prior to the published closing date.
This organisation is scheduling interviews as the applications come in. Don’t miss your opportunity, apply now!
Policy and Public Affairs Officer for British Islamic Medical Association (BIMA)
Job Title: Policy and Public Affairs Officer.
Hours: Flexible working. 10-24 hours per week available, including evenings and weekends.
Location: Remote. UK based. Very occasional attendance at in-person events.
Contract Term: Start January 2024. Fixed term contract.
Contract Value: £30,000 per annum pro rata.
First Interview Date: 04/12/23 online, date subject to change.
Job Purpose: This is a new role which will involve researching and analysing relevant UK policies, engaging with stakeholders, and advocating for the organisation's interests within the public and governmental spheres. The work will also inform BIMA’s policy positions and communication strategies.
The British Islamic Medical Association (BIMA) is a voluntary not-for-profit organisation dedicated to
promoting and supporting the health and wellbeing of Muslim communities in the UK. Our mission is to unite our members in service of our patients and profession. We are committed to advancing the
understanding of Islamic principles in healthcare and fostering collaboration among Muslim healthcare
professionals to engage with our health system.
We are led by an executive team of passionate health professionals who oversee 250 volunteers, drawn from a network of over 6,000 members. Our governing council has highly
experienced leadership who are strongly connected within the NHS and public health, as well as to
our mosques, scholars and Muslim community institutions.
We have recently secured resources to help develop our core offer to our members and for community outreach. Our work to date has involved working with government, major health charities, universities, and key Muslim institutions in addressing issues facing our community.
Policy Analysis, Development and Evaluation
Research, analyse, and monitor policy, including legislative and regulatory developments, providing timely updates which are relevant to the work BIMA undertakes.
Develop policy documents, position statements and implement meetings or on-line events to influence and inform public policy.
In light of the above, evaluate the effectiveness of existing policies, recommend adjustments and develop new initiatives as appropriate.
Advocacy and Campaigning
Plan and implement advocacy campaigns to raise awareness and promote BIMA’s priorities.
Engage with key stakeholders, including government officials, NHS bodies, and partner organisations, to advance the interests of our communities.
Public Affairs Management
Build and maintain relationships with relevant stakeholders.
Represent BIMA in meetings, hearings, and forums to articulate policy positions and advocate for change.
Communication and Messaging
Craft compelling and effective messaging to communicate BIMA’s policy positions to diverse audiences.
Collaborate with the communications and public affairs teams to ensure consistent and strategic public messaging.
Collaboration and Teamwork
Work collaboratively with internal teams, including the executive, members of Council, project directors, communications, public affairs, community outreach, and fundraising, to align policy efforts with overall organisational objectives.
Collaborate with external partners and coalitions to amplify BIMA’s advocacy impact.
Bachelor's degree in Public Policy, Political Science, International Relations, or a related field. Master's degree is a plus.
Minimum of 3-5 years of experience in policy analysis, advocacy, or public affairs, preferably within the nonprofit sector.
Proven track record of successful engagement with policymakers and advocacy campaigns, preferably within healthcare.
Strong analytical and research skills with the ability to synthesise complex information into clear and concise policy recommendations.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to articulate complex policy issues for diverse audiences.
Demonstrated ability to build and maintain relationships with government officials, NGOs, and other stakeholders.
Ability to think strategically and contribute to the development of organisational goals and advocacy strategies.
A collaborative mindset and the ability to work effectively in a team-oriented environment.
Genuine passion for BIMA’s mission and a commitment to advancing social justice.
Ability to adapt to a dynamic and fast-paced work environment.
Familiarity with Google Workplace suite of software.
To apply please submit an application on the job listing site(s), or email your CV and a short covering letter (maximum 250 words) detailing why you would be suitable for the role to our info email.
Rolling interviews will be conducted until a suitable candidate is appointed.
Open Rights Group (ORG) is recruiting for a Programme Manager to lead our projects covering predictive policing, counter-terrorism policy and technology, and to support civil society and grassroots organisations that represent and advocate for over-policed and over-surveilled communities.
What we’re looking for:
Above all else, we need a passionate and effective advocate. And as regards the rest, we’re more interested in your skills, rather than your knowledge.
You might be knowledgeable on the current and emerging technologies impacting policing and the criminal justice system.
You will likely have experiencing managing multiple projects addressing harms impacting communities that are marginalised and made vulnerable by society.
You might have a strong policy background with an interest in human rights, policing, surveillance or draconian technology.
You will have the capacity to perform simultaneous roles such as research, project planning and creating communication outputs and have the creativity and lateral thinking skills to ideate interventions and disrupt harms.
You may be bringing a wide range of contacts to the role or have the skills to build relationships with diverse stakeholders with sensitivity to their aims and values.
What the job will involve:
- research: for example on the impact of current data processing practices under the Prevent Duty on individuals and targeted communities.
- drafting policy documents: including public-facing documents such as consultation responses and reports.
- outreach to policy-makers: including engagement with UK Parliamentarians, Senedd and Holyrood.
- feeding into our campaigning work: through collaboration with our Campaigns Manager, to ensure that your policy research is fed into our campaigning and grassroots activism.
- coalition building: through collaborating with other team-members to expand our coalition of cross-sectoral allies.
- creating comms outputs: such as blog and video posts summarising policy submissions and campaign materials.
- some public speaking: such as giving press quotes and interviews, as well as representing ORG at external events.
- programme management: for example, setting goals, objectives and key performance indicators for the programme to deliver.
- project planning: including identifying further opportunities and partnerships for programme growth.
What we’re like:
ORG is a vibrant digital rights campaigning organisation. Founded in 2005, we have over 20,000 members and supporters and 10 local groups across the UK.
We uphold our human rights to free expression and privacy. We condemn and work against repressive laws or systems that deny people these rights.
We campaign, lobby, go to court – whatever it takes to build and support a movement for freedom in the digital age.
Our remote team is spread across the UK. We’re a supportive, flexible group with high standards. We’re innovative and agile.
You’ll work hard but be rewarded by the impact you collaboratively achieve.
We take staff well-being seriously and meet up regularly for in-person work and social events.
How to Apply
To apply, please submit a CV and covering letter (no longer than 2 sides of A4) setting out how you are suited to the role by 23.00 on 6 December.
Please ensure that your email has the subject heading ‘Programme Manager (Pre Crime)’ and that all attachments are sent in PDF or ODT format.
Interviews for short-listed candidates will be held online.
Length and Salary
The Programme Manager (Pre-crime) will be employed on a permanent basis following successful completion of a six-month probation period.
The annual salary is £37,150 - £43,200 4 days per week (equivalent to £46,400-54,000) less any required deductions for income tax and national insurance. As mentioned above, the position is home-based, though travel into London for in-person events is required.
Candidates must be eligible to work in the UK.
ORG is an equal opportunity employer. We believe that a diverse and inclusive team working in a supportive environment is vital to the success of our work. We particularly welcome applications from candidates from marginalised and racialised backgrounds as well as from LGBTQ+, and non binary candidates.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
About the Role
To ensure that accurate and timely financial information is produced for the Head of Business Support and Treasurer, other service managers and board of Trustees. Providing a full financial management service to ensure Citizens Advice Liverpool operates effectively and is compliant with all legal and sector requirements.
The ability to commit to, and work within, the aims, principles and policies of the Citizens Advice service
Recognised qualification in Accountancy, or actively working towards same
Recent and ongoing experience of providing a full financial management service in a charity or similar organisation, with experience of meeting deadlines and setting priorities
Experience of using QuickBooks or similar accounting package and Microsoft Excel spreadsheets
Experience of development and maintenance of accounting processes
Recent and ongoing experience of drafting management information, and meaningful reporting of variances to Treasurer/Trustee Board
Recent and ongoing experience of budgeting, particularly project-by-project and contributing to the budgeting processes across the organisation.
Strong communication skills both orally and in writing
Self-reliant, ability to prioritise workload and able to problem solve independently
Strong understanding of confidentiality and data protection principles
Citizens Advice Liverpool is a charity that provides free, confidential and impartial advice to people who live and work in the city. We depend on a workforce of paid staff and over 120 trained volunteers. We give people the knowledge and the confidence they need to find their way forward – whoever they are, and whatever their problem. We are the leading provider of advice and advocacy services in Liverpool and have helped clients with over 106,000 issues in 2022/2023.
CAL have achieved accreditation with the Workplace Wellbeing Charter, showing we are committed to improving the health and wellbeing of our workforce. We've also gained an award for outstanding contribution by an employer to workplace health and wellbeing 2022 by Merseycare NHS Foundation Trust.
We've gained awards from Citizens Advice National recognising our Advising Margainalised Communities Team for championing equity, diversity and inclusion in both 2021 and 2021. We were also named volunteer team of the year in 2022.
As well as a competitive salary CAL also provides access to:
27 days annual leave plus bank holidays
Hybrid Working Scheme
Interest free travel loans
Employee Assistance Programme
Cycle to Work Scheme
Lifestyles Gym Membership (20% corporate discount)
Enhanced maternity, paternity and adoption leave pay
The Billington Foundation is at the cusp of something huge, and is looking for a Fundraising Manager to take on a leading role at this incredibly exciting time. This life changing charity develops effective, impactful and sustainable programmes that support young people, improve wellbeing and open doors to education and employability. As the Foundation unlocks the next transformational phase of its journey, it needs a fundraising expert to help it further achieve its missions and expand its reach. Could this be you?
We are looking for a Fundraising Manager to develop and lead the fundraising strategy and drive income growth. Duties will include:
- Developing and executing a comprehensive fundraising strategy inline with the charity’s missions and goals.
- Establishing and nurturing strong relationships with existing and potential donors.
- Planning, coordinating, and managing fundraising campaigns and events (monitoring progress and evaluating performance).
- Supporting with the development of annual fundraising budgets and monitoring and managing expenditure in relation to fundraising.
We are looking for an experienced fundraiser with an understanding of fundraising principles and techniques, and a track record of delivering fundraised income. You should possess excellent communication skills and be able to form sustainable, mutually beneficial relationships and engage and inspire a range of stakeholders and supporters. Perhaps most importantly you should be excited by the prospect of instigating change, having an impact and playing a huge role in this charity’s transformational journey.
Why Billington Foundation?
Not only is this organisation hugely passionate about the incredible range of young people whose life it changes every year, the charity also puts significant emphasis on staff wellbeing and career progression. If you’re looking for an opportunity to unlock the next phase of your career then this could be the place for you! Being part of a small and cohesive team, you will feel valued in your role, and also access a range of benefits including:
- Company pension
- Cycle to work scheme
- Free flu jabs
- Life insurance
- Home-based / hybrid working
- Flexible working patterns
If you think you could be the right person to fulfil the exciting responsibilities of this role, apply here, or get in contact Charlie or Leanne at Charity Horizons for more information:
Please note: If you would like to submit an application or express your interest in an alternative format such as audio or video upload, or require any adaptations for your initial engagement with us, please contact either Charlie or Leanne who will be happy to advise on this.
Please also be aware that we use anonymous recruitment methods when submitting shortlists for all our roles and we only work with organisations that are happy to engage with us in this way.
Charity Horizons is an equal opportunities employer and as such actively promotes equality, diversity and inclusion in the workplace. We welcome and encourage applications from all suitable candidates irrespective of age, disability, hidden disability, race or national origin, religion or belief, gender, gender expression, political view, sexual orientation, medical condition and pregnancy.
Who we are
Speakers for Schools is a national social mobility charity. We work across the UK to inspire young people and help prepare them for the world of work through innovative programmes and practical experiences of the workplace. Through our Research and Policy work we seek to change the landscape to ensure every young person has access to high quality work experience opportunities.
We work in partnership with schools and a network of over 700 leading employers to deliver outstanding opportunities for the young people who need our help the most, be they from under-represented groups or areas of disadvantage.
In the last two years our team has grown significantly as we embarked on a mission to help as many young people as possible and to scale our operations accordingly. We are now entering the next phase of that journey which is to focus on the quality of our impact, with work experience for all at the heart of our offer, while exposing young people to all their possible futures through our network of inspirational speakers.
To keep growing and developing our charity and our impact, we need the very best people.
We have huge ambition for both the young people we exist to serve and for our people who all deserve the opportunities to grow, develop and realise their full potential.
We are committed to diversity, inclusion in all forms, while maintaining a culture that is supportive, transparent, values driven and driven by a determination to be the best.
Speakers for Schools Values
PASSION: We are committed to levelling the playing field for young people across the UK, creating social mobility and tackling disadvantages.
AGILITY: We challenge our ideas of what is possible in order to better meet the needs of those we support. We are human, make mistakes, learn, evolve and adapt.
INTEGRITY: We act with empathy and bring our authentic selves to work every day. We value and respect the talent, time and intentions of those we work with.
COLLABORATION: We are one team with one mission and only by working together can we deliver better outcomes for young people. We support each other unconditionally and feel motivation in shared success as well as individual progress.
DIVERSITY: We know it takes people with different ideas, strengths, identities, interests, and cultural backgrounds to make our organisation succeed. We encourage constructive debate and critical friendship.
This role is crucial in driving forward support for, engagement with and coordination of high-quality and high-impact multi day work experiences for high-need young people across the UK. Experts in the coordination and delivery of multi-day work experiences.
Key Duties / Responsibilities
- Responsible for the end-to-end delivery of opportunities from initial programme scoping with non-income generating employers to securing commitments, monitoring young person applications, programme design and implementation, and employer follow up.
- Responsible for account management of corporate partnerships as agreed by the development team
- Securing commitment from employers to deliver multi-day work experience opportunities.
- Account management for employers throughout their work experience journey.
- Supporting the account management of corporate partners by delivering on their work experience programmes as agreed by the business development team and coordinating with other programme teams to ensure committed delivery takes place.
- Training employers to use SfS products in the coordination and delivery of their placements, including but not limited to Portal and Google Classroom.
- Working closely with Delivery Partners to ensure seamless delivery of work experience opportunities.
- Leading on all employer engagement and meetings with your dedicated accounts.
- Developing and disseminating impact reports to employers at the end of their contract and in line with impact and evaluation framework.
- Working closely with Education team to ensure school engagement in areas of work experience activity and in line with charity’s target areas.
- Providing best practice guidance and advice on work experience programme set up and content.
- Responsible for delivery and completion of own work experience placements and the operational and administrative activity required.
- Providing cover and support for other Work Experience Managers as required.
- Taking ownership of own capacity management using capacity management frameworks to help inform future workload planning.
- Adherence to data compliance, standards, guidelines and best practices to ensure our data integrity and consistency.
- Represent and work to our values as, fostering a culture of positivity, support, respect, and inclusivity, while taking personal responsibility for their attitude, performance, and development.
- Ensure safeguarding best practice is enshrined in all organisational activity.
Experience / Knowledge
- Experience in a similar environment working with a variety of stakeholders
- Clear and concise communicator, capable of producing written content to a professional quality
- Confident liaising with and managing relationships particularly with stakeholders from all levels
- Comfort and experience in working with technology and data management
- Sociable and confident and able to build and maintain relationships with multiple stakeholders
- Excels at organising their workload and enjoy driving work forward independently
- Has a growth mindset, able to challenge and provide innovative solution
- Experience working / creating networks in the South of the UK
- Experience of account management
- Previous experience working with HR/Recruitment/CSR/Engagement teams an advantage
- An understanding of the UK Education System and a familiarity with careers provision within UK schools and colleges would be an advantage
- Proficient use of the Salesforce CRM, to track relationships and ensure proper data management
- Interpreting and using data in Excel and Powerbi
Benefits offered at Speakers for Schools:
- 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays
- Morning of your birthday off
- Pension scheme
- 3 voluntary days per year
- Wellbeing Programme
- Enhanced maternity/paternity/adoption package
- Subsidised office furniture
- Perkbox discounts
- £500 a year training allowance
Diversity at our core
Speakers for schools is an equal opportunities employer. We are committed to encouraging equality and diversity among our workforce and eliminating discrimination.
How to apply:
Please apply as soon as possible submitting your CV and a one-page covering letter which outlines your specific interest and ability to successfully fill this role, as well as your salary expectations and current notice period. Please note, if you do not provide a covering letter your application will not be considered.
Appointees are subject to a successful DBS check, as contact with young people is likely.
You must have the right to work in the UK to apply.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Live Music Programme Manager
Are you passionate about live music? Do you want to work within an arts setting in a role that offers home-based, flexible working?
We are looking for a Live Music Programme Manager to support the delivery of live music experiences, improving the health and wellbeing of children and adults through the healing power of live music.
Position: Live Music Programme Manager
Hours: Part-time, 25 hours – working pattern to be agreed
Salary: £36,000 - £38,000 pro rata
Benefits: Excellent benefits package including 35 days per year (inclusive of bank holidays), Employer Pension contribution of 6%, Death in Service benefits, access to an Employee Assistance Programme and the opportunity for flexible working.
Closing Date: 22nd December
Please note shortlisting will be taking place on a rolling basis and this role may close earlier than advertised.
Interview Date: w/c 8 January 2024
You will have overall responsibility for service delivery of the high-quality live music programmes for adults and children in health and care settings, against strategic purpose and impact aims, achieving all operational targets and improving the health and wellbeing of children and adults through the healing power of live music.
Main Duties and Responsibilities
· Live Music Programme Management, ensuring consistent implementation of UK-wide strategies, policies and initiatives.
· With the Live Music Managers in each geographical area of responsibility, develop the operational plan and the programme of live music, delivering the milestones, targets and impact agreed.
· Ensuring the effective management of any service delivery and contractual agreements linked to delivery and budget management.
· Contribute to UK-wide activities and events as required.
· Engaging and working with musicians
· Represent the charity to develop and grow stakeholder relationships across the UK, building strong local connections and effective networks in line with strategic objectives, including NHS places and spaces, health and social care providers, academics and patient groups.
You will have a proven track record of service delivery within the health or care sectors and a passion for live music.
You will have experience of:
· People management and an ability to inspire and lead others
· Managing relationships and account management across a varied workload
· Drafting, reviewing and managing service delivery contracts, including negotiation at the relevant level
· Managing project budgets ensuring completion within budget and deadlines
· Budgeting income and expenditure
· Working within a safeguarding environment
· Reporting against key performance indicators
When applying for this role you will be asked to submit a CV and Covering letter of no more than 2 sides of A4.
Why join the team?
We welcome applications from candidates with transferable skills outside of the charity sector, or from someone looking for their first line management role and will support your development alongside other fantastic benefits:
· Flexibility to work from home anywhere throughout the UK
· Opportunity to work your hours flexibly
· 35 days annual leave per year (pro rata) including the opportunity to take most bank holidays when you choose
· Employer pension contribution of up to 6%
· Employee assistance programme
· Budget for personal development and training
· Positive organisation culture with a firm understanding of supporting remote teams
· Opportunity to help share live music with people who may not otherwise get to experience it.
The organisation adheres to high safeguarding standards, and successful applicants will require a DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) or equivalent check.
The charity is committed to becoming an organisation which reflects society and promotes diversity and inclusion, and would particularly welcome applications from people who are currently under-represented, including disabled people and those from Black, Asian and other minority ethnic communities.
You may also have experience in areas such as Concerts, Concert, Music, Events, Live Music, Performance, Art, Charity, NFP, Not for Profit, Music Delivery, Service Delivery, Service Delivery Manager, Healthcare, Health and Social Care, Live Music, Musician, Art in Healthcare, Hospitals, Hospices, Care, Programme, Programme Manager, Programme Coordinator, Events, Events Manager, Music Therapy, Arts Therapy, Music Therapist. Admin Manager, Administration Manager, Programme Support, Programme Support Officer, Programme Support Coordinator, Programme Support Lead.
PLEASE NOTE: This role is being advertised by NFP People on behalf of the organisation.
Our shops are the face of our retail brand, run by a dedicated, creative, and passionate bunch of superstars. Focusing on sustainable fashion, engaging with local communities and leading our shop teams of colleagues and volunteers to deliver a great colleague and customer experience, we raise much needed funds to deliver Everyday Equality for disabled people and their families.
As a Scope Area Manager, you’ll be out and about supporting a team of between 15-20 dedicated Shop Managers in the South London area. Overnights stays and travel will be an expected part of the role.
You’ll provide great leadership, inspiration and support to help our team be the very best they can be. You will develop your team to deliver commercial success and be passionate ambassadors for Scope within the local communities.
Permanent - 35 hours per week (Monday - Friday does include quarterly weekend working). Some home working is involved.
Starting full-time salary £35,028.70 per annum, this role will also include a Car allowance of £3,500 per annum or a company car is available.
The role will be supporting 15 Scope shops in the South London area including Beckenham, Camberwell, Mitcham and Tolworth Scope shops.
You will have previous experience of being an Area Manager with either fashion or charity experience and in the following areas as well as a great attitude and willingness to learn:
You’ll love retail, enjoy the high street experience and be confident in maintaining high merchandising standards in your shops. You will have an understanding of all the product types we sell and be able to understand the value of our stock identifying commercial sales opportunities on your area.
You’ll have substantial leadership experience and will strive to motivate, inspire and influence your team to be the very best they can be. You will need to have strong distance management skills, be an effective communicator and be able to organise and prioritise a busy working day. We will help you to become confident in talking about the important work of Scope. You will also play a vital role in the recruitment, development and wellbeing of our Shop Managers, Assistant Shop Managers and Volunteers.
You’ll support Shop Managers to work within a framework to ensure commercial success and bring solid experience in Health & Safety.
You will work as part of the divisional team and will encourage strong teamwork within your shops. At Scope, you’ll find friendly faces, welcome cuppas and chats.
You’ll be passionate about retail, have a love of sustainable fashion and bring extensive, multi-site experience managing a large team. To be successful, you’ll need a commercial, resilient, can-do attitude and be a great coach and an inspirational leader. You’ll be a dedicated team player with a strong work ethic, a great attention to detail and solid reporting skills. We ask you demonstrate an appreciation of Scope's values and ambition of achieving Everyday Equality for disabled people.
Our values - pioneering, courageous, connected, open, fair
By living our values and trusting each other, we empower our colleagues to make decisions. By giving our colleagues freedom and space to spark creativity for innovation, we can push boundaries, change mindsets and be empowered to change the game with grit and determination and a sense of urgency.
We are a disability equality charity and encourage applications from disabled people and people with impairments, conditions, and access needs. We are dedicated to creating a workforce that is a true reflection of the communities we serve. If you are disabled, have the skills, and or the experience to do the job, then we would love to meet you for an interview. Just let us know in your application that you are applying under the Offer an Interview Scheme. This was previously known as the Guaranteed Interview Scheme.
Some disabled applicants and applicants with an impairment, condition or access need, might need adjustments during the application process. You can find out more about interview adjustments on the Scope website.
We encourage everyone to embrace our values of being open and fair, courageous, connected and pioneering. We believe hard work deserves reward and recognition and offer a wide range of benefits including:
- 27 days annual leave
- Flexible working (where we can)
- Company pension
- Excellent training and career development
- Strong colleague networks across disability, LGBTQ+, race equality, carers, women and young colleagues
- Wellbeing incentives like a discounted gym membership, cycle to work scheme, and much more
Who are we at Scope?
Scope is a disability equality charity in England and Wales. Together we are Disability Gamechangers. We belong to one team, dedicated to achieving a society where all disabled people enjoy equality and fairness. Our mission is to achieve Everyday Equality for disabled people, and we campaign tirelessly to create change.
If you want to make a difference and become a Disability Gamechanger, we'd love to hear from you. Apply Today!
Please note that successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.
This is a great opportunity for someone who enjoys having great autonomy in organising their own work and using their broad fundraising skills and drive to make a positive impact. If you enjoy a challenge and like to see the direct results of your efforts, then this role is for you!
Location: Remote/home-based – with occasional travel to Newham, East London.
Reporting to: Operations Manager
Hours: 24 hours a week (over 3 set days or worked flexibly)
Salary: £16.96 per hour (£21,166 per annum) plus pension contribution and employee wellbeing package.
Purpose of role:
As part of our small and flexible team, the Fundraising and Development Manager is primarily responsible for maximising income and support for Treasures Foundation, so that we can continue with our success and meet our ambitious plans for expansion.
The Fundraising and Development Manager reports to the Operations Manager.
- Maintain and implement our Fundraising Strategy with a focus on Trusts and Foundations, whilst developing other streams of revenue, including corporate partnerships, online fundraising, major donors and the potential creation of a social enterprise.
- Contribute to the ongoing development of the organisational strategy for the charity.
- Build on the successful development of the current fundraising programme to ensure the growth and consolidation of key income streams.
- Work with the CEO, Operations Manager and Finance Manager to identify and scope project plans and budgets.
- Identify new and creative opportunities for increasing and generating income.
- Produce attractive and engaging materials to support the fundraising plan and present a compelling case for support to funders and donors. This includes maintaining the website and social media platforms.
- Attend interviews and meetings with funders (usually via zoom/phone) as part of the application or reporting process.
- Work alongside the Operations Manager and Finance Manager, to collate and analyse information from our Lamplight monitoring database, to produce accurate and timely monitoring and evaluation reports for funders.
- Nurture and maintain relationships with funders and donors.
- Review fundraising policies and practice and ensure that the charity is operating within charity law and adheres to the Institute of Fundraising Codes of Practice.
Governance and external relations
- Work with external consultants provided through various funders on improving our policies, systems and processes.
- Arrange networking opportunities and meetings for the CEO and keyworkers with funders, partners, services or people of influence.
- Contribute to and oversee the production of the annual report.
35 hours per week
£34,837.08 per annum
Benefits include generous employer pension contribution, employee assistance programme and flexible working opportunities.
**Flexible within West Midlands. Ability to travel across the region covering Staffordshire, Shropshire, West Midlands, Worcestershire, Herefordshire, Warwickshire, Gloucestershire.**
The Children's Society has been helping children and young people in this country for over 130 years. We run local services that support children when they are at their most vulnerable and in desperate need of help. We're there for children, every step of the way.
This role sits within our Social Impact directorate, which aims to engage audiences, partners and stakeholders to deliver on our ambitious 2030 goal of reversing the damaging decline in young people's wellbeing.
We are currently looking for a talented fundraiser to join our dynamic, ambitious team.
A key part of this role is to maximise income and engagement opportunities and develop long-term, high-value relationships with supporters across the West Midlands.
In order to be successful in this role, we're looking for:
-Experience of working within a community engagement role.
-Experience of building relationships and raising money from fundraising.
-Experience of successfully leading face to face, virtual and phone meetings with supporters to successfully engage and build relationships and trust.
-You're an excellent influencer and negotiator who can engage and gain commitment from supporters.
The Children's Society runs over 100 local services that help thousands of young people who desperately need our support, and we campaign to get laws and policies changed to make children's lives happier and safer.
Every day we're changing the lives of children in this country for the better - and with your help, tomorrow we can be there for even more.
The Children's Society is committed to safeguarding and protecting the children and young people that we work with. As such, all posts are subject to a safer recruitment process, including the disclosure of criminal records and vetting checks. We ensure that we have a range of policies and procedures in place which promote safeguarding and safer working practices across our services.
The closing date for applications is 11:59 on Friday 8 December 2023 but we will be conducting interviews on a rolling basis and reserve the right to close applications early.
Interviews will be held online.