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NCVO, Remote
£40,845 per annum rising to £42,996 after 12 months in London. £36,817 per annum rising to £38,968 per after 12 months outside of London
We’re looking for a passionate and innovative team player to help us provide expert impact support to clients across England
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£26010 - £260101 per annum
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£3805 - £30456.00 per annum
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Urban Saints Ltd, Remote
£29,000 per year (£20,300 pro-rata)
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Closing in 4 days
£29,269 pa (SCP 18) progressing by increments to £32,076 pa (SCP 23) If based in the London office, you will receive an additional cost of living allowance of £5,000 per annum.
Marketing & Communications Officer (Fixed Term Contract)
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Tushinde Children's Trust, Remote
£27,467 per year dependent on experience
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Help Counselling Centre, Remote
£35,000 per year
We're on the hunt for a seasoned Administration and Systems Manager to become part of our dynamic Operations team.
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£40,845 per annum rising to £42,996 after 12 months in London. £36,817 per annum rising to £38,968 per after 12 months outside of London
Full-time or part-time (Job share or substantial part-time applications welcome)
Job description

Location: Home based, or office based at Society Building, 8 All Saints Street, London N1, in line with NCVO’s flexible working policy or home working policy. This role will require regular travel throughout England.

Closing date: 03 June 2024 at 08.00.
Shortlisting date: 18 and 19 June 2024.

Interviews: 24 and 25 June 2024.

At NCVO we run our consultancy and training services as a social business. We provide cost effective and high-quality support focused on the areas which matter most to charities. Our work generates income and valuable insights to support NCVO in achieving our mission.

​Our business is growing. We’re looking for a passionate and innovative team player to help us provide expert impact support to clients across England. You’ll need to be a confident facilitator attuned to the needs of the sector, identifying emerging themes and areas of support.

​You will have a versatile style and be comfortable working closely with a wide range of stakeholders. At times you’ll need to influence and negotiate at different levels. This includes with boards, chief executives, and senior managers. You’ll help them improve their work, better demonstrate the difference they make, and plan for the future.

You’ll need high levels of sensitivity and assertiveness and the ability to think on your feet. In return, we hope to offer a flexible, varied and purposeful role that allows you to learn and grow.

​You do not necessarily need to be an experienced consultant, but you will need the skills and mindset to adapt quickly to this context. You may have a background in:

  • impact planning
  • evaluation or research
  • strategy development
  • programme management.

Whatever your previous experience we don’t expect you to tick every box. We want to support your learning so you can develop in the role.

​You will join our interdisciplinary team of consultants helping shape the future and empower charities to thrive. As well as being motivated by creating change for our clients through consultancy, mentoring, and training, you will also need to be energised by hitting targets on utilisation and income.

Equity, diversity and inclusion

NCVO is fully committed to equity, diversity and inclusion. We want this to be reflected in the diversity of the people who work for us. We welcome applications from people from all backgrounds and identities. We particularly welcome applications from under-represented groups in the voluntary sector and those with diverse, lived experience.

If you tell us you’re disabled (according to the Equality Act 2010) and your application meets the minimum criteria for each specification listed in the job description, we’ll interview you for the role. We’ll make reasonable adjustments during each recruitment stage to ensure it’s inclusive and works for you.

Benefits for NCVO employees

  • 25 days annual leave for full time staff and pro-rata for part-time staff. After three years, annual holiday increases to 27 days. After five years it increases to 30 days (pro rata for part time staff)
  • office closure between 25 December and 1 January inclusive
  • the option to purchase or sell up to five more days each year
  • five days volunteering leave (pro rata for part-time staff)
  • two and a half extra wellbeing days off during the year
  • enhanced pay for sick, maternity and adoption leave
  • subsidised gym membership
  • season ticket loan
  • flexible working, including opportunities to work from home or off site
  • monthly homeworking allowance for permanent homeworkers
  • monthly office worker allowance for those who have to work from the office on a daily basis
  • generous employer pension contribution of up to 8.5% of salary into our stakeholder pension scheme (linked to employee contribution)
  • training and development opportunities
  • the opportunity to join Hospital Saturday Fund health cash plan for free at the basic level of cover, or at a reduced rate for other levels of cover
  • 24-hour free and confidential employee assistance programme.

We’re located a short walk from London King’s Cross station in a modern, accessible building overlooking Regent’s Canal.

About NCVO

We are the charities charity. For over 100 years, NCVO has stood shoulder to shoulder with communities, championing and celebrating voluntary action.

Our membership is made up of around 17,000 voluntary organisations across England, from small, grassroots community groups and social enterprises, to large, far-reaching charities.

We believe that communities are strengthened by voluntary action. We therefore want charities to thrive and be empowered to deliver for people and communities.

We focus on empowering charities and volunteers by making sure they have the knowledge, tools, and resources they need. We advocate for and with our members, giving voice to those not often heard, and harnessing the collective power of partners to ensure the voluntary sector is valued.  We bring charities together so they can learn, connect, and create greater impact.

As the voluntary sector and volunteering adapt to new challenges and a changing context, so must NCVO. We are therefore prioritising work to evolve as an organisation to ensure we live our values of ambition, inclusion, openness and collaboration in everything we do internally and externally.

We have around 80 staff and income of more than £7m per year. With our members at the heart of everything we do, our mission is to unite to champion the remarkable role of charities and volunteers. Because stronger charities make for stronger communities.

NCVO is an equal opportunities employer and we welcome applications from everyone. Charity No. 225922.

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Posted on: 21 May 2024
Closing date: 03 June 2024 at 08:00
Tags: Training,Business Development

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