Carers Trust 4all is a registered charity with a vision for every carer to be recognised, supported and offered services to help them maintain their own health and wellbeing. Every day an army of 7 million carers contribute their time and resources to help loved ones with care needs, often at the expense of their own health and wellbeing. We have a mission to provide services for carers and the people they support, ensuring no one is caring alone. We are looking for new Trustees to join our enthusiastic Board. Ideally candidates will have strategic vision, independent judgement and an ability to think creatively. Although passion and commitment are the most important qualities, we are looking for individuals with experience in: Health & Social Care Accountancy Human Resources We aim to maintain a board where 50% of Trustees are or have been carers themselves and we are therefore particularly interested in applications from individuals who have an understanding of the needs of carers. Carers Trust 4all works across Cheshire & Warrington, Greater Manchester, Merseyside and Shropshire and we welcome interest from across our footprint. Please visit our website to see an overview of the services we provide: www.carerstrust4all.org.uk Trustees will be given a full induction covering all aspects of our work. Travel and out of pocket expenses will be provided. We anticipate the role will require a contribution of approximately one day per month. If you are interested, please email your CV or alternatively our Chief Executive would be happy to have an informal discussion. Our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 033 33 23 1990 Option 4. We value diversity and encourage applications from all sectors of the community.
CEO, YCT Harlow, Essex YCT is a counselling and therapeutic support charity celebrating 30 years of specialised impact in 2018. They support children and young people aged 5 - 25 years, their families and the professionals who work with them. Working from community venues and schools, academies, colleges, alternative education provisions and specialist schools, the charity delivers services across Essex, Hertfordshire and Greater London. As the CEO of YCT, you will oversee and lead the further development of the charity: The Board aim to appoint a visionary, committed and motivational person who will join the YCT 'family', share their commitment to the delivery of quality services, work well within the existing team, and who demonstrates the flair to lead YCT through its next phase of development. A proven manager ideally with some experience working with schools, health or third sectors, you will have an understanding the CYP field. This could include winning and delivering on contracts, building partnerships and managing service delivery. Desirable experiences would include business development, knowledge of therapeutic services, and experience of social enterprise that would help you grow the charity. You will need your own transport, and confirmation of appointment will be conditional upon a successful, enhanced DBS check. If you would like to discuss this further or to request an information pack, please contact our retained consultants at TPP Recruitment: Rob Hayter or Brigitte Stundner 020 7198 6060 or email@example.com The closing date for applications is 9am on 12th February 2018.
Voluntary with Expenses Paid Nottingham (with events across England) Boccia England is the National Governing Body for the sport of boccia. Boccia is a Paralympic sport that was originally designed for people with cerebral palsy but is now enjoyed by participants from many sections of the community. The vision is that through the power and inspiration of boccia, real change to people's lives can be achieved. The organisation is now looking to recruit an Independent Chair to lead the Board and ensure the highest standards of governance and that activities are conducted in accordance with Boccia England's purpose and values. Key responsibilities will include: Provide effective leadership to the organisation, including representing the organisation and understanding the views of members Lead the oversight and delivery of the vision, strategy, values and policies of Boccia England, in collaboration with the CEO and Board members Guide the Board in fulfilling its responsibilities concerning statutory and regulatory compliance, contractual and commercial obligations and the good governance of Boccia England Chair meetings of the Board, promote effective decision-making and constructive debate There are four Board meetings and a Board Development Day each year. The position carries a four-year term with eligibility for a further term if desired by both parties. Time commitment will be in the region of 1-2 days a month. The Chair will act as an ambassador for the organisation, providing strategic oversight. Candidates for the role should have leadership experience at Board level, with an understanding of Board management and an interest in, or a passion for sport. There is also a requirement for good business and commercial skills and an understanding of good governance. To apply, please send your CV or profile details with a brief cover note to: firstname.lastname@example.org Closing date: 8th February 2018.
PIP UK is a small, relatively new national charity that promotes the importance of secure parent and infant relationships to ensure the best start in life for all. We provide funding for the start-up of multi-disciplinary, therapeutic parent infant services called PIPs, and raise awareness of why the first 1001 days of life are critical to support all babies reaching their full potential. Having been in existence for five years, this is a hugely exciting time to consider joining the PIP UK trustee Board. We are also in the throes of our next strategic plan and have a new CEO to build on the charity's first five years of achievement. As we prepare for the expansion of the charity's activities we are looking for new trustees to strengthen our organisation and bring about change for families. We are currently looking for an eager and dedicated Treasurer to join our friendly, dynamic, experienced, and effective board. As a grant provider, the treasurer is a key role within the Board. We want to be able to support more families across the UK, in terms of developing and providing funds for specialist parent-infant relationship therapy, but also in raising national awareness of the importance of early relationships. We are therefore seeking a skilled financial Trustee to support us with our ambition. The position of Trustee is a voluntary one, although travel expenses for PIP UK business will be remunerated. We meet every other month on a Monday between 4-7pm in central London. To receive an information pack, please email Beckie.Lang@pipuk.org.uk or visit our website at www.pipuk.org.uk
It is Teen and Toddlers' mission to inspire disengaged young people from disadvantaged areas to succeed at school, in work and in the community. We are looking for new Trustees; in particular, we are looking for people with Education and Government expertise. The Teens and Toddlers Board aims to cover the following skills, experience and networks: Skills and Experience Organisational growth and development Fundraising Marketing and communications Financial management Evidence and evaluation Government Education Access to people and resources: Funders and commissioners Academics and experts Charity sector Strategy and governance Education sector Celebrities Politicians Not all trustees are expected to have all the skills and experience. We place a high priority on identifying Trustees who are good team players and able to work collaboratively with each other and the executive team. Trustees are normally appointed for three years, and may be reappointed for a further term of three years. Trustees need to be wholeheartedly committed to Teens and Toddlers' work and are expected to be advocates of what we do, promoting the charity externally and providing support and challenge the charity to ensure its aims are being met appropriately and effectively. Board meetings are held six times a year and Trustees are expected to commit time to studying papers, preparing for and attending meetings. Trustees will also be expected to attend other fundraising events, follow-up on specific tasks with other board members, and liaise with the CEO or other staff at the CEO's request. This is an unpaid role, however, reasonable travel expenses will be reimbursed. We encourage and value diversity and are keen to encourage a diverse range of backgrounds to the Board. If you are interested in joining the board, please send your CV together with a short covering letter (of no more than 2 sides of A4) explaining why you are interested in becoming a trustee of Teens and Toddlers, how you meet the criteria set out in the role description and level of commitment you are able to make in this voluntary role. Please send this to email@example.com For more information visit www.teensandtoddlers.org https://www.teensandtoddlers.org/new-trustees
Plastic bags, microbeads, wet wipes, plastic bottles and straws are big news. Following the success of BBC1's Blue Planet II and Sky Ocean Rescue there's a growing understanding that we, as a nation, have to do something about the rising tide of plastic on our beaches and in our seas. The Marine Conservation Society (MCS) is at the heart of this movement. We successfully campaigned for carrier bag charges in all the home nations and the ban on microbeads in personal care products. Our wet wipe campaign has led to awareness of 'non-flushables' and bottle deposit return schemes are now being seriously considered by Government. We're also at the forefront of encouraging the nation to choose sustainable seafood with our Good Fish Guide and in the last year alone we improved the sustainability of the seafood of over 300 million meals this year. We're also working to ensure the seas around the UK are better protected with specific areas set aside to allow species and habitats to survive without the risk of being ruined by damaging human activities - and then making sure those areas are properly managed so they really work. MCS is the UK's leading marine charity based in Herefordshire with operating hubs in London and Edinburgh. We are the go-to organisation when it comes to marine issues and we're looking for two new members to join our Board of Trustees, and in particular would welcome prospective Trustees with the following experience: Operational and business management experience - you're possibly an Operations Director or Managing Director with expertise to share in running effective organisations, and we would welcome approaches if you're from a corporate/commercial environment. Fundraising/Income generation experience - you'll be able to help us reimagine our approaches to income generation, opening up new sources and networks. You might also be a qualified and/or practicing accountant - if you have charity accounting experience, that would be a distinct source of expertise for us. Your input and influence will support our colleagues to make a massive difference to the future of our seas both at home and around the UK's Overseas Territories. How to Apply If you would like an informal chat about becoming a trustee with us, please contact Joanne O'Hagan, Head of HR & Facilities, on 01989 561 574. Alternatively, please send your CV and a covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Ovacome is the national support charity for women with ovarian cancer, their family and friends. The charity provides support, information and education for those affected by the disease and to health care professionals. We are seeking to appoint a new Treasurer. Board level experience is desirable but not essential for this role. We would be particularly interested to talk to you if you have senior level experience in the fields of finance and ideally fundraising. The successful applicant to this post will be keen to help us to achieve our aims and ensure the organisation is effectively managed. Your input will help determine the focus and direction of the organisation, enabling it to best serve women with ovarian cancer, their families and friends. As a member of our Board you will be required to demonstrate a strong commitment to the purpose and continued development of Ovacome Trustees are collectively responsible for setting the strategic aims and objectives the charity and ensuring that proper governance arrangements are in place. Ovacome is a national charity established in 1996 and is based in London; however as a Trustee it is not necessary for you to live in London. The role involves the use of emails, teleconferences and other occasional meetings as appropriate. If you are prepared to give time and energy to directing our future, have an interest in ovarian cancer, then why not join our team. Please note that this is a voluntary, unpaid position although expenses are reimbursed. How to apply For all enquires or to send your CV with a covering letter please contact Dr Cathy Hughes, Chair of Trustees email@example.com For further questions you can contact the office on 020 7299 6655. For more information about the charity please visit www.ovacome.org.uk
The Iranian and Kurdish Women's Rights Organisation (IKWRO) is recruiting trustees on a rolling basis. We are currently accepting applications for potential high calibre trustees with several years of direct professional experience in one or more of the below fields: Charity/voluntary sector experience Sales, advertising, marketing, PR and/or branding Website and/or graphic design and/or UX Fundraising for charities Employment Law Human Resources In terms of time commitment: There is an annual AGM and the trustees have a board meeting every 6 weeks, usually on a weeknight at 6.30pm for 2 hours in the City of London. The dates are set on an annual basis and the board endeavours to check the availability of trustees prior to setting the dates. In between board meetings, the board have further sub-committee meetings also lasting 2 hours, on dates and times set by agreement and further work is carried out between meetings by individual board members working directly with employees of the charity to assist them in achieving their objectives. This is an exciting opportunity to be on an all-women board of a charity which does important work to protect and promote the safety and rights of women from the Middle-East, Turkey, Afghanistan and North Africa. As this is a small charity, the trustees have an important strategic and rewarding role in assisting the charity in achieving its objectives and therefore any new trustee should be prepared to commit several hours per month in assisting the charity. If you wish to apply, please request an application form from the charity's executive director, Diana Nammi at Diana.Nammi@ikwro.org.uk If you have any questions about the role, please feel free to write Diana an email.
A leading Membership organisation is looking to recruit an Education Accreditation Officer paying £28,494 per annum. As Educational Accreditation Officer, you will be working closely with a wide range of primary care professionals, both inside and outside of the organisation. You will have responsibility for planning and the day to day management of the scheme, ensuring full engagement of all stakeholders, effective promotion of the scheme and high-quality delivery. You will have excellent project management experience and proven experience of promoting and/or selling services/products in a commercial market place. Key responsibilities within this role include: managing of applications for the Accreditation scheme providing operational plans and systems to meet the programme needs and supporting ongoing refinement and sustainability of the scheme monitoring and coordinating the accreditation budget championing of the scheme to a wide range of external stakeholders including academic institutions, commercial and charitable organisations updating internal systems and the website/web tool accordingly You will be expected to take a hands on approach to the management of Accreditation strands of work, to interpret complex information and produce reports. You will be required to liaise with senior College members and external stakeholders, therefore strong communications skills and proven ability to deliver a high level of customer service is essential. You will also have the proven ability to work on their own initiative and as a team player, you will be proactive and use your initiative to develop the project efficiently.
A leading independent global body with over 114,000 members in 150 countries are recruiting for a driven and self motivated candidate for a new role with them. The Professional Licensing Lead will be responsible for leading, maintaining and helping to expand the organisation's strategic approach as an End Point Assessment organisation. You will be leading on the implementation of the EPA process, ensuring appropriate relationship management with delivery organisations, applicants and assessors, and the effective planning and processing of the associated assessment and QA policy whilst maintaining expected standards. As someone who has experience of people management, and experience of working with high profile senior strategic members of the business community you will lead the efficient and effective processing of applications for routes to membership, ensuring strong relationship management with applicants; providing guidance and support to assessors and applicants as well as deliver excellent supplier relationship management. You will have knowledge of and experience in assessment methodologies as well as of professional bodies in order to identify and lead the implementation of continuous improvement opportunities, support the delivery of new projects including CPD auditing and regularly review and update the global standards and qualifications products. This is a great role for someone looking to develop into a management position as they are looking for someone who can lead by example, motivate other team members and advise those within and out with the team to ensure the successful delivery of Professional and Educational standards across a variety of specialist areas of the business. If you are someone who is able to exercise some judgement and to call upon past experiences as they develop options to resolve identified issues, and are held accountable for the successful delivery and quality and standards of what is a key service for the overall organisation, as well as a skilled communicator and highly motivated and innovative individual, in order to exercise a professional approach at all times as you engage with external customers, many of whom will be operating in high profile senior strategic business roles then this could be the role for you. For more information or to apply please send a copy of your CV to the Education Team quoting reference number J64573KP.
A leading charitable chartered institute for are part of an international family are recruiting for a Registration and Assessment Co-ordinator who will be responsible for the coordination and administration of all aspects of the qualifications, assessments and learner certification as well as be the main point of contact for all enquiries in these area. Ideal for someone who has an understanding of assessment processes and excellent customer service skills, you will be responsible for registering learners across a range of qualifications and programmes as well as be responsible for the administration of the two flagship qualification routes for the institute. You will use your excellent communication skills to liaise with centres, recruit and handle external contractors and centre inspectors in order to ensure the consistency of assessment, records, information and quality of assessment material. This role will allow you to be involved in approval panels, certification processes and deliver training sessions to examiners and moderators. This is an amazing opportunity to be involved with the day to day assessment processes of an AO, and you will get to shadow and work alongside departmental colleagues to gain a wider understanding of all AO roles and potentially be involved in these other areas. If you are someone who is wanting to carve out their AO career and is excited about taking on an all encompassing role in an AO that is about to go through a stage of positive growth and change then send a copy of your CV to the Education Team today quoting reference number J64570KP.
A leading charitable chartered institute for are part of an international family are recruiting for a Registration and Assessment Team Leader who will lead the team to ensure all assessment related activities are delivered in accordance with the AO policies and procedures, as well as to the publish deadlines. Ideal for someone who has proven leadership skills and knowledge of assessment processes, you will recruit and manage external contractors such as assessors, examiners and subject matter experts, as well as ensure their training and standards. Your team will responsible for the registrations, examination logistics, quality of assessment materials as well as post assessment processes such as standardisation. You will have excellent communication skills in order to liaise with centres and external stakeholders as well as be able to present to relevant internal committees and panels. If you are someone who is wanting to carve out their AO career and is excited about taking on an all encompassing role in an AO that is about to go through a stage of positive growth and change then send a copy of your CV to the Education Team today quoting reference number J64568KP.
A leading charitable chartered institute for are part of an international family are recruiting for a Quality Assurance Coordinator who will be responsible for establishing and controlling continuous improvements with their awarding body arm, ensuring they are compliant with the Regulators Conditions of Recognition as well as general AO policies and procedures. Ideal for someone who has an understanding of Ofqual and the Conditions of Recognition, and comes from a quality and compliance background, you will be responsible for developing and maintaining the Self Assessment Register, Conditions Action Register and ensuring evidence of compliance. You will use your attention to detail to prepare, update and maintain policies and procedures and prepare Annual Statements of Compliance reports, as well as process centres' external verification visit reports to make sure that centres comply with all regulatory requirements. You will have excellent communication skills in order to liaise with the External Verifiers and manage the verification visit schedule, as well as provide advice and support to centres to maintain and improve standards. This is an amazing opportunity to be involved with both the external AND internal quality assurance of an AO and you will get to shadow and work alongside departmental colleagues to gain a wider understanding of all AO roles and potentially be involved in these other areas. If you are someone who is wanting to carve out their AO career and is excited about taking on an all encompassing role in an AO that is about to go through a stage of positive growth and change then send a copy of your CV to the Education Team today quoting reference number J64565KP.
A leading university are looking to recruit an Admissions Supervisor on a temporary basis paying £21.98 per hour PAYE + holiday pay. The Student Recruitment and Admissions Department is a dynamic, thriving and crucial area of the University dealing with a range of applications during high intensity periods. A proactive and enthusiastic individual is required to join the team with responsibility managing the undergraduate admissions team and for managing the day-to-day admissions processes for all courses. Providing a customer-focused, effective, timely and responsive service you will manage the process from first enquiry through application to final admission. You will process applications including: creating database applicant records; managing on-line applications using the SITS student database, the electronic workflow; qualifications checking and assessment, including the use of contextual data; decision processing including offer letter production; fee status determination; fee status query cases; updating database records for onward transmission to UCAS, including confirmation decisions; and, verification of qualifications. You will line manage and supervise a team of 6/7 staff supporting admissions to undergraduate, postgraduate, elective and Erasmus programmes. To be successful in the role you will have worked within an admissions role in the higher education sector, with line management experience.
An award-winning, innovative and forward thinking university are looking to recruit an Executive Support Manager. This is an interim post whilst they look to recruit for the permanent post. Reporting to the Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Chief Operating Officer you will be responsible for ensuring effective and pro-active support to the Executive team, managing the workflow provision of administrative duties, ensuring efficient and effective running of the department, introducing a new matrix support for EA's/PA's and Administrative staff across the senior team. Ensuring lean processes you will identify and implement effective systems to ensure continuous improvement and lead and support on projects and work collaboratively across the university, strategically planning, overseeing and managing the overall project plan for the department in line with the corporate plan. To be successful in the role you will have significant experience of supporting senior staff and/or management in a large complex global organisation. Experience of leading projects including managing significant budgets and procurement is essential for the role.
An award-winning, innovative and forward thinking university are looking to recruit an Executive Support Manager. This is a permanent post paying £37,713-£53,698 plus benefits package to include generous annual leave allowance and pension scheme. Reporting to the Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Chief Operating Officer you will be responsible for ensuring effective and pro-active support to the Executive team, managing the workflow provision of administrative duties, ensuring efficient and effective running of the department, introducing a new matrix support for EA's/PA's and Administrative staff across the senior team. Ensuring lean processes you will identify and implement effective systems to ensure continuous improvement and lead and support on projects and work collaboratively across the university, strategically planning, overseeing and managing the overall project plan for the department in line with the corporate plan. To be successful in the role you will have significant experience of supporting senior staff and/or management in a large complex global organisation. Experience of leading projects including managing significant budgets and procurement is essential for the role.
An international disaster relief NGO are looking for an E-learning Training Co-ordinator to develop and deliver a series of e-facilitated courses for humanitarians, as well as provide relevant staff training to enable the e-course to take place. Working in the largest and also an expanding team, you will work on a new training programme and provide a range of e-facilitated courses to go alongside an freshly established face to face training and mentoring scheme. As someone who has experience in designing, developing, delivering, facilitating and reviewing various online courses and events you will use your knowledge around adult learning methodologies and technological expertise in programmes such as Moodle to create and administrate the operation of a virtual learning environment. You will work collaboratively both internally and externally to ensure the courses are managed successfully to the project budget and timescales, as well as recruit, train and manage trainers to deliver the e-facilitation sessions. This role will also require you on occasion to represent the organisation externally at events, networks and forums including the delivery of presentations, seminars and workshops when required. If you have a passion for elearning and are a people person who wants to make a difference in the lives of those affected by disasters across the world then contact us today with a copy of your CV quoting reference number J64538KP.
Do you have a 'wow' factor in the classroom? Can you develop engaging and inspirational materials for young people? Are you an ambitious and dynamic programme manager? Then this amazing role could be right for you! Based in the heart of London with excellent transport routes, this education charity are looking for an Education Manager to lead a team of 3 in the design, development and delivery of learning programmes in schools, colleges and youth organisations. As someone who has experience in developing learning programmes and resources which are innovative, creative and can engage even the hardest to reach pupils you will manage existing programmes to ensure they are continuously refined to meet curriculum and school needs, as well as develop new accredited programmes based on the aims of funders. You will have had experience delivering to a variety of groups of young people aged 7-25years old including NEETs and those with SEN and be able to deliver sessions mainly across London, but sometime further afield, in an energetic, clear, concise and relevant style, using your genuine interest in social change, education and empowerment to engage your audience. Using your previous management experience you will lead a team of 3 Education Officers as well as inspire a team of trainers and network effectively within the education and corporate sectors, building relationships with stakeholders, giving presentations and creating opportunities . You will also work internally to develop student outcomes, train the trainer programmes and ensure quality as well as report back to funders, manage logistics, monitor expenditure and market new programmes. If you have previous education programme management experience, and a proven track-record of success in developing and delivering attention-grabbing, engaging and effective educational materials and programmes for young people then this is the role for you! To apply you must send across a CV and covering letter stating why the role is of interest and how you meet the requirements to the Education Team quoting reference number J64497KP. Please feel free to contact us for more information or a copy of the full job description and person specification.
This leading professional body based in South East London are recruiting for a confident Head of IRP and Learning, who has experience working within professional and awarding bodies, to develop and transform an exciting blended learning offering for members and consumers. You will be responsible for overseeing the development and realisation of the blended learning strategy ensuring the continued delivery of the required revenue and volumes through various tactical and operational strategies as well as for the reviewing existing products to ensure they remain fit for purpose, relevant to the audiences and provide agreed ROI. You will play a key role in transforming the blended learning offering and project manage the development and delivery of products and services in order to have a direct impact on member numbers and revenue generation. You will work closely with sector experts and industry representative as well as suppliers and internal colleagues to ensure the offering is of commercial viability and sector standards so you must be an effective and confident public speaker who can represent department to all stakeholders. As someone who has proven capability in designing learning courses, especially in terms of leading blended training or digital experience in a learning environment then this is an exciting project and role to really create your own stamp and take ownership of. Using your proven experience of running a training or learning function, and experience of strategy implementation you will be responsible for a small but dedicated team, as well as project manage external stakeholder, contractors and suppliers. If this sounds like an opportunity you are interested in then please do get in contact as soon as possible by sending your CV to the Education Team and quoting the reference J63927CN
An award winning university are recruiting a Quality and Standards Officer on a temporary contract paying £15.46- £17.90 + holiday pay. The University is a silver awarded TEF organisation, with a strong sense of community this makes the University an excellent place to work. They provide a good benefits package for staff including reduced gym membership and subsidised breakfast and lunches. Within this role, you'll be tasked with supporting a variety of aspects within the Quality and Standards function, including administration of validation and review processes and programme monitoring. In addition, you'll review and contribute to policy development and guidance with respect to collaborative provision. The successful candidate will have experience working within a quality or standards framework setting in the Higher Education sector. You'll have excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to build relationships at all levels and a methodical approach to work with an excellent eye for detail and accuracy.
This is an exciting part time 3/4 days a week Head of Finance and Resources vacancy for a social welfare charity based in London. Reporting to the CEO and working as part of the SMT you'll be responsible for ensuring that the charity have a robust financial and legal governance plan in place. Looking after an existing finance team of 3 people you'll need to review and ensure that financial planning including year end processes are all in place and completed in a timely and effective manner. Other resources will include HR & IT which are outsourced and managed with the support of third party advisers, and the successful candidate will need to have good understanding of relevant laws and regulations. You'll be responsible for overseeing the charity's premises, dealing with all lease and building management and related issues. You'll work with SMT to draw up and deliver an effective financial plans including budgeting. The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate an understanding of financial planning, management and governance with in the NFP sector. Knowledge and experience of building management would be an advantage. You should ideally be qualified accountant or QBE/PQ with a passion and drive for the NFP sector and the cause of the charity.
This is an immediate start sick cover working for a National charity. This role is based in one their regional offices out in Rugby. Applicants will be required to ensure the smooth running of the finance teams operations and services. The successful candidate duties will include but wont be limited to; preparing monthly management accounts, month end reconciliations, collation of the relevant budgets for various cost centers and projects, and assisting with the preparation of year end. You'll manage a team of 2 finance officers, and whilst management experience would be ideal it is not essential. Applicants should be studying towards relevant accounting qualifications such as CIMA/ACCA, must have a proven track record in a similar and must be able to demonstrate a through understanding of charity accounts. This role is to start WC the 26th of February and applicants should either be able to start asap or have a maximum of 1 week notice.
The main purpose of this role is to design and develop the global digital asset platform using ResourceSpace specifically designed for the members of the organisation. You will create policies and protocols on selection, definition and usage of the platform, create a user guide development and train members of staff on how to use and manage the platform moving forward. For this role you must have excellent communication, project and time management skills and most importantly have exposure to using ResourceSpace in a previous role. You will also have strong evidence of Digital Asset Management implementations. If you feel you have the relevant skills for this role and are immediately available, then please apply today!
You will be supporting the Engagement and Fundraising directorate by providing valuable, proactive analysis of activities and provide recommendations for delivery in the future along with managing a team of 4, ensuring they are supported and able to deliver their objectives as well as personal development plans. Experience of delivering a process of using the insight and analysis available to help an approach to product development and innovation is essential for this role Please apply if you would like to hear more.
A leading youth community charity with headquarters in central London is seeking an experienced Head of Finance for an important role. The role would best suit a fully-qualified accountant who has strong leadership and team management experience, with experience in managing a complex finance function in a charity. This represents a chance to get involved with a charity aiming to ensure that all young Londoners grow up healthy, able to navigate a fulfilling career and make a positive contribution in their communities. The role involves: -Managing the finance team, including some remote workers -Produce monthly income and expenditure accounts for budgetholders, making any necessary adjustments under generally accepted accounting practice including significant prepayments and accruals -Review and interrogate budget holders' reforecasts and ensure all budget-holders are participating in the process -Produce informative and timely management accounts to facilitate Senior Team and Board decision-making, including a balance sheet, and review of debtor and creditor days and bank balance; ensure all control accounts balance -Drive and support the annual budgeting process -Ensure all transactions through the ledgers and the bank are posted daily such that the books are always up to date - Complete year-end procedures including reconciling control accounts, prepayments and accruals and reconciliation of year end management accounts to statutory accounts -Prepare an audit file with annual statutory accounts and supporting schedules and useful documentation for London Youth and connected entities -Ensure we have strong financial procedures in place, taking account of the technology that we use, and that they are communicated and adhered to -Ensure the organisation complies with relevant tax legislation including PAYE, taxable trading and VAT as necessary -Recruiting and inducting staff for your team as necessary Candidate requirements: -Qualified accountant and an active member of ICAEW, ACCA, CIPFA, ICAS or CIMA -Significant experience of working in a charity and of accounting for restricted funds -Experience in carrying out a financial control function and in producing management accounts to a strict timetable -Significant experience of management accounting, financial reporting and analysis -Experience of producing statutory accounts - Experience of managing staff -Great Plains experience useful but not essential Please note that interviews for this role will be held on 20th March 2018. Please send your CV for further consideration.
A highly specialised education charity is seeking a technically savvy part-time Finance Director to join the team based in central London. The role will be for 20 hours per week and is a crucial hire for the organisation. The role represents a chance to join a highly technical and innovative organisation that focused on overcoming the 'skills gap' in the UK economy. The charity connects students with high profile UK businesses and leaders. Applicants should be technically savvy and have good knowledge of digital systems and processes. The role will involve: -Leadership of the finance and accounting strategy and functions and to work with the Chair to develop and implement finance and business strategy. -Reporting to the Chair, the Part Time Finance Director will be responsible for providing leadership on finance and accounting strategy and functions and have overall responsibility for financial and management accounts and financial reporting systems. -Help develop and implement the Finance and Business strategy and will take a fundamental role in the organisation's management programme. You will be responsible for coordinating corporate finance and managing and developing company policies. -Provide leadership on the finance and accounting strategy, to optimise the financial sustainability and development of the Charity -Contribute fully to the development of strategy across all areas of the organisation, challenging assumptions and decision making as appropriate and providing financial analysis and guidance on all activities, plans, targets and drivers -Form a close working relationship with the Chair and other Trustees and senior managers and lead on financial reporting to the Board, Finance Committee and Trustee Committees -Ensure that the financial systems are robust, compliant and support current activities and future growth -Advise the Trustees and take responsibility for cash management and investment policies -Fulfil the statutory duties of the Company Secretary. Candidate requirements: -You must be a CCAB fully qualified accountant with good technical accounting skills and proven experience of financial and management accounts production and business intelligence reporting. -Commercially astute and articulate, the charity are looking for a consistent and strong leader with the ability to work at both a strategic and operational level and bring an innovative approach. -You will take responsibility for overseeing change and improvement in the membership and accounting and management information systems whilst also supporting wider organisational cultural change. Proven track record of system development and change management is desired. -Ideally you will have breadth of exposure to both commercial and charity organisations and have experience in reporting at Trustee level. What is required is resilience, flexibility, and the ability to cope with pressure, a demanding workload, and rapid change. Please send your CV for immediate consideration.
A growing youth charity is looking for an interim Head of Finance to start asap and join its senior SMT. Looking after a small finance team 3 people, you'll be responsible for ensuring that the team are delivering their services in an effective and timely manner. You'll be required to assist with financial reporting, yearend accounting and will be involved in long term investments and wider financial business plans. Therefore, excellent knowledge of charity accounts, and analytical skills are required. Applicants must have a proven track record in a similar role, ideally within a charity and should have relevant qualifications such ACCA/CIMA. In addition, you should have experience of multiple accounting systems such MS Dynamics.
This is an immediate start interim role working for a Not for Profit organisation who are relocating offices in the coming months and need an excellent facilities associate to help and manage the move. The successful candidate will be required to facilitate and manage the move. You'll be required to plan, prepare the move from a lease building to serviced offices. You'll be required to cancel and rearrange relevant facilities including broadband, IT, and phones, and for this you will need to research, and advise on costs and services prior to organising any contracts. You will need to arrange and organise for movers from the old to the new site, and research and arrange the relevant disposal of items. Applicants for this must have a proven track record in doing something similar and must be able to start asap.
This is an immediate start 12-month maternity cover working for a not for profit organisation. You'll be required to deliver the Health and Safety, Quality and Environmental Assurance Plans for specific projects, ensuring that programs are in place to allow field workers to carry out tasks. You'll be required to lead on and deliver Quality and Health and Safety compliance against the company's obligations and the relevant contracts. You'll need to support the achievement of ISO9001 and must have working knowledge of ISO14001 environmental accreditation. In addition, you'll need to deliver the Quality Assurance Programs and environmental services program. Applicants must be immediately available or be on short notice and must have working knowledge of Health & Safety and Quality Assurance together with relevant regulations including ISO14001. Applicants must have relevant qualifications such NVQ in occupational H& S and be a CIEH member.
This is an immediate start on going temporary role working for a reputable, National not for profit organisation. Reporting to the Management Accountant and working as part of a wider finance function of 8 people you'll be required to process all accounts payable invoices. This will include matching, batching and coding 50 invoices a week. You'll also be required to process all income, maintain accurate record of the relevant budgets and assist with month end and year end reconciliations. Applicants for this role must be immediately available, and have a proven track record in a similar role. Working knowledge of an accounting package such as Sage will be ideal but not essential, but applicants need to be familiar with Excel.
A leading homelessness charity working across 12 London boroughs is seeking an experienced Facilities Team Leader for a brand new role. The charity works across London boroughs to provide supported housing and a range of support services. This is an opportunity to work in a busy Facilities Team to ensure that the charity's services are safe and secure for those who live, work or access support in them. The role reports to the Facilities Area Manager and is responsible for the line management of two Facilities Administrators. The successful candidate will be someone who is able to coordinate Health + Safety compliance across a range of accommodation services, monitor and report on high volumes of responsive repairs and support front line staff to manage safety to a high standard. The successful candidate will be someone who is committed to and passionate about providing safe, secure environments to homeless and vulnerable people. A driving license is required for this role as travel across various sites, mainly in south London, is required. Experience in the supported housing sector is desirable but not essential. Strong experience with Health & Safety compliance is essential. Closing date: 26th Feb. Please send your CV for further consideration.
TPP are working with a brilliant youth charity who are looking for a philanthropy coordinator for a maternity cover up to 13 months. This is a great opportunity to further develop your events organising and major donor skillset. Your target income will be £80,000 a year. The key responsibilities of this role are: * To support the philanthropy managers in driving income from HNWIs - particularly entrepreneurs, company founders and philanthropists. * leading on the research of new potential prospects * Support the team on organising special events * Lead on administrative tasks for the philanthropy team including data entry, producing materials and event admin. Support administrative tasks for National Fundraising, particularly for donor recognition and events. The successful candidate will have: * Excellent research skills to identify new donors * Event management experience * Be able to be persuasive and negotiate. * Ideally experience in working in a fundraising team, however if from outside the sector you will need to prove you have researched fundraising and have a passion for developing your career in the not for profit sector. If you are interested in this role or wish to register with TPP to hear about future posts, please call Zoe on 020 7198 6040 or send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. We do try to get in touch with all applications of interest however due to the volume of applications we receive this isn't always possible.
TPP are working with a well known animal and conservation charity who are looking for their Head of Philanthropy. In this exciting role reporting to the director of fundraising you will be leading a team of 3 longstanding fundraisers to drive income from individuals. Key responsibilities of the role: * To develop and implement a major donor strategy. * To cultivate new donors with the aim of donating 10,000+ * Uplift existing donors * Provide strategic leadership to the charity's Patrons and fellowship programmes insuring numbers and levels of donations increase. * Oversee the charity's legacy programme * Oversee the special events programme. The successful candidate will have experience in the following: * To have a fantastic track record of cultivating donors to give 5 and 6 figure gifts. * To have led a team to increase income from major donors * To have a good understanding of legacies. Closing date: 23rd February If you are interested in this role or wish to register with TPP to hear about future posts, please call Zoe on 020 7198 6040 or send your CV to email@example.com. We do try to get in touch with all applications of interest however due to the volume of applications we receive this isn't always possible.
TPP is currently recruiting for a Community Fundraising and Events Officer for a national health charity based in NW London. The charity is well established and offers support to individuals with life changing neurological conditions. You will project manage a range of community and event activities. There portfolio is well established and includes walks, runs , cycles, challenges and UK/overseas treks. You will monitor and report on all activities and seek ways for future growth. A major part of the role will be stewarding supporters to ensure that they are maximising on their fundraising. To be successful in this role, you will be motivated, a team player and can easily build relationships with supporters. You will have experience of project managing a range of community or challenge events. How to Apply Closing date for applications: 5th March . Please note applications may be considered on a rolling basis. If you are interested in this role or wish to register with TPP to hear about future posts, please call Patrick on 020 7198 6040 or send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. We do try to get in touch with all applications of interest however due to the volume of applications we receive this isn't always possible.
A national carers charity is currently looking for two Senior Trusts, Statutory and Lottery Fundraisers. The roles are permanent and paying £29,000 including LWA. The charity supports unpaid carers through support, information and services. They also campaign for positive changes for carers and provide grants to individuals who need extra support. You will raise funds from Trusts, Statutory and Lottery resources to agreed targets. The team recently secured £2m in grants from the Big Lottery Fund and European Social Fund and significant other gifts for this year. You will build relationships and account manage your own portfolio of funders. You will also research and produce list of prospects to develop future income. To be successful in this role you will have a track record in generating income from trusts and foundations, government and Big Lottery Fund. You will also have excellent communication skills, written and oral and good attention for details. You will have experience in securing income from one or more of the following: charitable trusts and foundations, central Government and Big Lottery Fund. You will have great written and verbal communications skills, and a good eye for detail. How to Apply Closing date for applications: Friday 23rd Feb . Please note applications will be considered on a rolling basis. If you are interested in this role or wish to register with TPP to hear about future posts, please call Patrick on 020 7198 6040 or send your CV to email@example.com. We do try to get in touch with all applications of interest however due to the volume of applications we receive this isn't always possible
Do you want to work for a charity that will nurture your talent as a fundraiser? We are working with a national charity who can offer you just that! This well-loved national charity has touched the lives of many people in the UK and provide vital care and emotional support to people and their families living with terminal illness. They need a talented Community Fundraiser to join their successful community fundraising team in the West Midlands. You will need to be an enthusiastic fundraiser who has a creative flare when it comes to building relationships with volunteers and supporters. You will guide and inspire those around you, whilst identify and forming new fundraising groups in the local area. You, the Community Fundraiser will build strong bonds with local community groups by giving informative and engaging talks, encouraging them to adopt the charity and develop their own fundraising initiatives and events. Location: South Staffordshire and Shropshire Salary: £26,044 - £31,000 Contract: 1-year fixed term contract Hours: 35hrs Ref: J64541EJT Closing date: 25th February Telephone interviews to take place on 5th March 2018
A small, independent charity focused on helping people with neurological conditions is currently looking for a Fundraising Co-ordinator to assist on their Special Events, Corporate Partnerships and Legacy Fundraising programmes. This role can be for either 4 or 5 days per week. Key responsibilities will include: Developing, implementing and marketing the charity's existing annual programme of special events. Identifying and organising new special events in order to attract new supporters Managing existing corporate relationships ensuring that income targets are met Identifying and developing partnerships with local companies, expanding upon existing corporate support, sponsorship, gifts in kind and charity of the year programmes. Raising the profile of legacy giving, ensuring that the Charity's legacy marketing plans are relevant and appropriate (N.B. this is a minor aspect to the role) If you have 18 months' or more fundraising experience and would be interested in working in a position that combines the above income streams, helping to grow the income of the department over a fixed period, or wish to register with TPP to hear about future posts, please call Andrew on 020 7198 6040 or send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. We do try to get in touch with all applications of interest however due to the volume of applications we receive this isn't always possible.
. I am currently working with a great Children's Charity, recruiting for an Individual Giving Executive, on a Maternity Cover Contract. They are based in London, and are offering a competitive salary of £27,900. As part of your role, you will be working alongside the Head of Individual Giving and Marketing, being responsible for delivering campaigns, which includes lottery, raffles, telemarketing and regular giving upgrades. You will be required to build on existing relationships and attract new supporters in aid of growing income within these areas. The main focus lies with donor care, ensuring they are carefully stewarded towards further engagement. For this role, you are expected to have experience of fundraising and customer care, and dealing with the general public by telephone or written communication. You are also required to have experience of analysing data and generating reports. The deadline for all applications is Friday 2nd March 2018. If you are interested in this role or wish to register with TPP to hear about future posts, please call Waseema on 0207 198 6040 or send your CV to email@example.com. We do try to get in touch with all applications of interest however due to the volume of applications we receive this isn't always possible.
I am currently working with a great Children's Charity, recruiting for a Philanthropy Manager. They are based in London, and are offering a competitive salary ranged between £37,000 - £40,000! As part of your role, you will be responsible for cultivating relationships with philanthropists and high net worth individuals (HNWI's) to generate major donors. You will also be required to build on the current and existing major donor programme and grow income via direst asks and applications to family and corporate trusts. For this role, you are expected to have a proven track record in major donor fundraising, showing evidence of securing 5 and 6 figure donations via HNWI's or Trusts. The deadline for all applications is Friday 23rd February 2018. If you are interested in this role or wish to register with TPP to hear about future posts, please call Waseema on 0207 198 6040 or send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. We do try to get in touch with all applications of interest however due to the volume of applications we receive this isn't always possible.
A well-respected animal charity based in central London is currently looking for a Philanthropy Executive to join their Major Gifts team ASAP. This role will have an overview of the charity's portfolio of major donors, working to maintain excellent stewardship and contribution to the smooth running of the Major Gifts programme. Key responsibilities will include: Project managing major donor appeals - this will include writing copy, liaising with consultants and designers, scheduling and arranging printing. Administering the major donor thanking programme. General administrative support. Management of major donor events, undertaking an active role at each event to ensure efficiency. Gather information about current and prospective donors (major donors, trusts and corporates). If you are interested in this role or wish to register with TPP to hear about future posts, please call Andrew on 020 7198 6040 or send your CV to email@example.com. We do try to get in touch with all applications of interest however due to the volume of applications we receive this isn't always possible.
We are recruiting for a lovely animal charity who are looking for an experienced direct marketer to join their team for six months. You will be working in acquisition to help gain new donors for this great cause. You will be working on an exciting DRTV campaign and you will also be covering digital and tele. The successful applicant will have the following skills and experience: - Direct marketing experience within a multi-channel environment - Great communicator with an understanding of what makes fundraising content succeed - Independent, personable and well organised with strong attention to detail Closing Date: ASAP If you are interested in this role or wish to register with TPP to hear about future posts, please call Ashby on 020 7198 6040 or send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. We do try to get in touch with all applications of interest however due to the volume of applications we receive this isn't always possible.
Are you looking to join an ambitious organisation? To get a role that you can develop in? Want to work somewhere that actively promotes people internally? If so, I'm working with a fantastic cancer charity who are searching for a Philanthropy and Partnerships Officer. You will be responsible for managing a portfolio of trusts and corporates both warm and cold, alongside this you will be helping start the major donor programme and as part of this will be working closely with senior management. You will be able to shape the role and play to your strengths, your line manager is supportive and organised, he was previously in this role so will be a great help. About you: * You will have experience of securing income from either trusts, corporates or major donors * You will have excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to maintain relationships with a wide range of stakeholders * Ambitious, keen to learn and develop and be the best at what you do * Wonderful communication style with strong attention to detail Closing date: 26th February If you are interested in this role or wish to register with TPP to hear about future posts, please call Ashby on 020 7198 6040 or send your CV to email@example.com. We do try to get in touch with all applications of interest however due to the volume of applications we receive this isn't always possible.
TPP is proud to be partnering with national health charity to recruit for a Direct Marketing Officer specialising in legacies. The role is permanent and paying £27,000 a year. The charity helps people who have breathing and respiratory problems through support, research and by campaigning to improve the quality of care people receive. The role will involve: Building warm relationships with legacy pledgers, intenders and enquirers Testing new digital channels to recruit new legacy contacts and working with colleagues to transform there digital legacy offering Producing legacy stewardship and acquisition campaigns, recruiting new people onto the programme Using data to inform there decisions and to plan the future of the UK legacy programme Working within a dynamic, successful Individual Giving team driven by the desire to give their supporters an excellent experience The right person will be able to: Build meaningful, personal relationships with pledgers and supporters. Test and develop new digital channels to engage new audiences Interpretate data to find new opportunities Demonstrate passion for delivering high quality direct marketing products that leave a lasting impression on supporters How to apply Deadline - 16th February If you wish to apply for the role or would like further information, please call Patrick on 0207 198 6040 or send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The charity supports young people aged between 10-18 who are the most vulnerable in life. These can include children who have been taken into care, abused, assaulted and trafficked. They also help children who have found solace in drugs and alcohol to deal with their problems. One of the ways the charity supports these children is by assigning them a project worker who can offer them unconditional support and a listening ear. To continue this great work they are seeking a Supporter Giving and Engagement Officer. The role sits within the Supporter Impact and Income Directorate team which is responsible for large scale communications to a range of supporters. The role will be focusing on some of there most exciting fundraising products and the successful candidate will be managing marketing activity across different channels to help promote there major events, products and legacy programmes. You will manage campaigns from planning, implementation and evaluation. To be successful in this role you will have experience working in a fundraising or marketing team and project managing campaigns. You will have effective communication skills with excellent attention to detail, ideally experience of copywriting. You will be competent at interpreting data to report on campaign results. You will benefit from excellent work/life balance policies which include occasional work from home, flexitime and 28 days annual leave plus bank holidays. You will also receive a competitive pension along with a seasonal ticket loan if need be. How to Apply Closing date for applications: 16th Feb If you are interested in this role or wish to register with TPP to hear about future posts, please call Patrick on 020 7198 6040 or send your CV to email@example.com. We do try to get in touch with all applications of interest however due to the volume of applications we receive this isn't always possible.
This is permanent vacancy working within growing charity based in London. Working as part of small but busy HR team of three people, you'll be reporting to the HR Manager and will be responsible for the general administrative process of the HR team. Working as part of smaller team will offer the successful candidate the opportunity to get involved with every aspect of HR and your duties will include but wont be limited to; offer staff with basic employment advice, manage the HR inbox, source and organise training, complete on boarding of new starters including probation processes, assisting the HR Manager with complicated ER cases and payroll updates, maintaining the HR data base and assisting with recruitment. Applicants for this role must have an interest in building a career in HR and must have at least 6 months - 1 year office, administrative experience ideally within a HR setting. You must have or be studying towards relevant CIPD qualifications. Specific experience of HR data base and payroll would be an advantage but not essential. Candidates must be able to demonstrate effective communication both verbal and written, and should have an interest and passion in the not for Profit sector.
There is an exciting 1 year fixed term contract opportunity working for a public sector government body based in Central London. Working as part of the resourcing team in a wider HR team, this team aims to provide high caliber of people to deliver the organisations strategy and plans. Reporting to the Senior HR Advisor you'll be responsible for administering and processing relevant security clearances, on boarding processes including contracts, inductions etc and other administrative duties to with staffing needs across the organization. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work on workforce planning and recruitment projects to do with internship and graduate schemes. This will give an excellent platform to anyone interested in internal recruitment to gain insight in to the end to end internal recruitment process. Applicants must have excellent organisational, people and communication skills and experience in similar role or in a generalist HR role is essential. You must have an interest in internal recruitment and any experience with using social media to promote work and recruitment in a professional setting is an added bonus.
This is an immediate start on going interim role, working for national charity. Reporting tuo the HR Manager and working closely with the HR Advisor you'll be responsible for the general running of the HR functions and its services. You'll be responsible for the HR inbox, recruitment, on boarding of new starters including induction, asissting with ER cases and managing payroll updates. This is a great opportunity for anyone looking to work in a busy and growing team. Applicants must have experience in similar role, and proven track record in HR recruitment. Prior experience in working with HR data bases will be advantage but not essential, but applicants must be immediately available to start.
This is an immediate start L&D officer role working for social enterprise. Reporting to the Head of L&D you'll be responsible for all L&D processes and programs. You'll be responsible for all L&D queries, maintaining the e-Learning and other relevant databases and dealing with internal stakeholders and trainers. In addition, you will be required to prepare the 2018 - 2019 training programs, prepare the 2-week induction programs and help facilitate training sessions. Applicants for this role must have excellent administrative skills, ideally within an L&D capacity, but candidates from a more generalist HR background are welcome to apply. You must be confident, have excellent verbal and written communication skills and be a competent user of Microsoft packages.
This is a permanent role working for a National Children's charity. You'll be required to ensure that the HR team delivers a professional service to all of its directorates. This is a hands on role, and you'll be required to business partner, support and advise senior directors, and managers. Responsible for a HR team of 2, you'll also look after the HR budget, and will presented with the opportunity to work on exciting projects including salary reviews, and staff engagement program. Applicants should ideally have experience of working in a similar role, and must be able to demonstrate an up to date knowledge of HR regulations and business patterning at senior management level. You must have relevant HR qualifications including CIPD Level 5.
Working for a national children's charity you'll work as part of resourcing team and will report to the Resourcing Advisor. The successful candidate will be responsible for the delivery of full recruitment cycle to the corporate divisions. You'll be required to draft JD's and adverts, as well leasing with internal stakeholders on the progression of various recruitment campaigns. In addition, you'll have direct contact with candidates at every stage of the recruitment process. This organisation uses an application tracking device, and prior experience of using a similar system is essential. Applicants must have experience of dealing with recruitment administration life cycle, and must have excellent Excel experience. Please not this role is to start immediately, and applicants must be immediately available.
This is a brand new role for the charity and they are putting a huge amount of focus on digital and brand to increase their positioning and supporters. The Digital Transformation Manager will have a huge influence on how the charity changes. The post holder will: Have experience of achieving digital transformation in another organisation (ideally, but not necessarily, a charity) Have a track record of maximising use of the digital channel to achieve step change Have the skills and experience to influence leaders, managers and staff across the organisation to work in new and different ways Have a track record of using the digital channel to achieve both customer acquisition and retention and development targets Understand that the above points can only be achieved by enabling others to embrace and maximise the use of digital Linked to the above, be expert at training others to understand and use digital Be expert in all aspects of digital marketing and use of social media to engage target audiences Have an outstanding track record of integrating digital activity with offline activity to achieve one customer journey Have experience of commissioning web design and development and a strong understanding of these areas (but not required to do the actual design and development) Have experience of managing a digital team (the team is small so experience in this area is preferable but not absolutely essential) There is a very quick turnaround on this role so please contact us asap for more information.
This international humanitarian charity are looking for a new digital marketing officer to come and join their team. Reporting into the Digital Marketing Specialist, you can look forward to being responsible for planning and executing all online marketing activities throughout the year to support fundraising, brand and PR. You can look forward to optimising PPC campaigns on google adwords and social media, covering search, display and video. You will be managing the google grants account and be working with internal stakeholders to produce e-newsletters for donors. You will be updating the web content, and be monitoring the charities digital marketing engagement and providing analytics. The ideal post holder will: Have experience in digital marketing Experience of using platforms such google adwords, facebook ads Experience of other digital software such as CMS systems, google analytics, social media management tools.
This fantastic Health Charity are looking for a Comms Assistant to come and join their team. Within this role you can look forward to supporting the communications function around one of their key programmes. This is a fantastic opportunity for a junior candidate to gain a broad range of experience and develop their communications career. You will be creating email content for key email marketing campaigns and tailoring these for target audiences in key campaigns. You will be leading on member interviews for the website and supporting in the generating of content for both social media and the website. You will also be supporting the development of digital and print marketing collateral and providing general administrative assistance to the communications function. The ideal candidate will: Have some experience within a communications function Have some working knowledge email marketing systems Experience of using social media platforms and content management systems Experience of using and managing databases
This fantastic health charity are looking for a communications professional to come and join their team. Within this role you can look forward to supporting the delivery of integrated communications strategies to support the development and growth of a key programme for the charity. You will be responsible for developing plans to communicate and encourage engagement. You will be managing the day-to-day social media presence, ensuring that content is engaging and inclusive. You will be assisting in the coordination of events and conferences, and help to support the delivery of communications to recruit new members for the programme, with the production of digital and print marketing collateral. The ideal candidate will: Have experience in marketing and communications Have digital experience, social media and web Have a strong writing ability
This amazing disability charity are looking for a communications professional to come and join their team for 6 months. Within this role you can look forward to joining a charity that is going through an exciting time of growth and help to establish a strong communications platform. You will be helping to plan, deliver and monitor a high-quality suite of timely communications for the charity's network of supply chain partners. You will be supporting the communications manager to deliver communications plans and supporting charity's media work, alongside the agency that they use. You will be assisting in the development of the charity's internal communications function during this time of growth, and ensure all content meets the high standards that are required. The ideal candidate will: Be an experienced communications professional Have knowledge of CMS systems (Sharepoint is essential), email marketing Have some experience of media relations Be available at short notice
This fantastic international children's charity are looking for a new celebrity manager to come and join their team. Within this role you will be playing a key role in the building and maintaining their existing celebrity relationships, all the while developing new ones. You will be recruiting celebrities and VIP's who will appeal to the core demographics and interest areas, and have a high social media following and media appeal. You will be working closely with other colleagues around the organisation to enhance global talent management. You will also be working closely with the wider marketing and communications team to design and develop a celebrity ambassador strategy and implementing the strategy by placing our ambassadors in targeted UK Media and promoting through various social media outlets. You will also assist in the creation of celebrity endorsement for fundraising and programmes, as well as policy work. The ideal candidate will: Have a strong background in celebrity engagement, including the development of key relationships Have a strong track record in the development and implementation of celebrity strategies Have event management experience
This fantastic international children's charity are looking for a new PR Manager to come and join their team. Within this role you can look forward to joining a charity that has just gone through a strategic change and help to transform the way they promote their cause and engage their audiences. You will help to build their brand, raise their media profile, increase their social media outreach and develop key relationships. You will be responsible for the designing, development and implementation of the PR strategy, and use innovative PR tactics to draw in their key audiences, to engage and grow their supporter base. Line managing one member of staff and reporting to the Head of Media and Communications, you ill be working closely throughout the communications team to maximise PR value of their celebrity ambassadors, to generate strong digital content and create events to attract journalist, bloggers and influencers. The ideal candidate will: A strong background in PR, including strategy development Have a strong knowledge of the national and consumer media, social media and digital platforms Have some line management experience Have some event management experience
Not your everyday role. TPP are working with a leading family support charity who are looking for an Events Engagement Manager to join their community fundraising team. In this role you will be responsible for driving up the numbers of sign ups to the charity's established challenge and community events. Key responsibilities of the role: * Raise awareness of the charity's fundraising events and drive event sign up and participation * Drive new charity brand positioning (look, feel and tone) across all fundraising platforms * Ensure branding is created and optimised across all external touch points * Engagement and relationship building with our supporters to source stories, news and new fundraising opportunities 'on the ground' * Explore and implement new direct marketing techniques to up event participation and community fundraising by supporters The successful candidate will have: * Experience of event marketing - Ideally fundraising event marketing * Ability to create and implement effective communication strategies to build audiences and promote interaction with our organisation * Superb writing and editing skills, ability to adapt content and tone to a variety of audiences * Able to cultivate relationships with event participants into long term charity supporters If you are interested in this role or wish to register with TPP to hear about future posts, please call Zoe on 020 7198 6040 or send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. We do try to get in touch with all applications of interest however due to the volume of applications we receive this isn't always possible.
This leading international charity is looking for a creative Marketing Officer to join their team. This is a newly created role and therefore you will be able to really shape the role. Reporting into the Head of Marketing, you will work on a range of campaigns and projects. Due to the size of the charity, this role is varied and never boring. The appointed candidate will have: Solid marketing experience Experience of working on digital channels and analysing the data Excellent written communication skills A creative flair
This fantastic youth charity are looking for a senior policy/public affairs professional to come and join their team to cover for a maternity leave. Within this role you can look forward to being responsible for delivering the public affairs programme for this growing charity, to increase awareness and drive support for their work. You will be managing the charity's policy work, coordinating coalition campaigns and developing the communications plans to support them. You will be providing analysis and reports on the developments in policy, building and maintaining links with key parliamentarians and other key policymakers, as well as leading the activity for an all-party parliamentary group on the cause of this charity. You will be managing cross-sector campaigns, build and maintain relationships with key corporate partners and promote local areas of work to policymakers. The ideal candidate will: Be an experienced public affairs/policy professional A strong track record in campaigning to a wide range of audiences Strong stakeholder engagement experience Strong writing ability
This fantastic international animal charity are looking for a new senior external affairs manager to come and join their team. Within this role, you can look forward to working as part of the global programmes directorate to target key decision-makers to make a lasting change in the lives of vulnerable animals. You will be leading a team of 3, to provide support and guidance for a global team of in-country advocacy officers who will be a key source of information and evidence for the development of the charity's global messaging. You will be establishing and delivering the strategic objectives for advocacy and public affairs for the charity and communicating and representing the charity's messaging on a global level. You will be leading a high performing team to advocate for better animal welfare around the world. The ideal candidate will: Be an experienced advocacy/public affairs professional at a global level Have a strong understanding of international development/animal welfare issues Experience of representing an organisation internationally Strong line management experience
This fantastic international development charity are looking for a new social media professional to come and join their team. Within this exciting role, you can look forward to playing a key part in persuading the public to get behind and supporting this fantastic cause. Reporting into the Head of Media and Communication you will be responsible for the strategic growth of their social media operation. You will be developing their social platforms to target specific audiences, to drive support to their cause. You will be developing and building audiences that will drive traffic to the website. Line manging one member of staff, you will be representing this international charity on social media, all the while enhancing their brand and reputation through the delivery of integrated content plans. The ideal candidate will: Be an experienced Social Media professional Have a successful track record in the development and implementation of social media strategies Experience in managing integrated social media campaigns
We are working with a growing health charity to recruit a Database Assistant, the successful candidate will have previous experience of using Raisers Edge or a similar relational database. Main duties for the Database Assistant: Import data effectives from external sources into the database Undertake cleansing projects and tasks in line with GDPR Work with the Database Manager to build queries in RE Provide training and support to database users Produce guidelines, policies and procedures Essential criteria for the Database Assistant: Educated to degree level or equivalent experience Understanding of importing/exporting data Understanding of data protection legislation Excellent attention to detail Excellent communication skills To apply for this Database Assistant role, please email your CV to our Office & Specialist Support Team quoting the reference number 64545CH. All applicants must be eligible to work in the UK.
Our client is a high profile and well respected national charity, they are currently recruiting an experienced Fundraising Compliance Manager. This is a fantastic opportunity in role that asks for both your strategic input and autonomy within a supportive and progressive working culture. You will be responsible for developing awareness, best practice and culture to ensure their fundraising teams take responsibility for compliance of their activities. Main duties include Fundraising Compliance Manager: * Lead on development and delivery of the strategy for managing risk and compliance. * Responsibility for Gift Aid compliance. * Responsibility for ensuring Fundraising policies, practice and procedures comply with the organisation's data protection policy and statutory regulation * Accountable for the delivery of business systems, procedures and processes to enable delivery of the compliance strategy. Essential criteria for the Fundraising Compliance Manager: * An in-depth knowledge and experience of managing compliance * Excellent understanding of legislation around data protection, document management and marketing activities. * Excellent understanding of Gift Aid legislation and practice, with the ability to operationalise this across diverse fundraising teams * Experience of working in a fundraising environment in the not-for-profit sector To apply for this Fundraising Compliance Manager role, please email your CV to our Office & Specialist Support Team quoting the reference number 64611 CH. All applicants must be eligible to work in the UK.
The main purpose of this role is to support the Fundraising Database Support team in maintaining and updating database systems such a Raiser's Edge, Care, ThankQ so experience in using these databases is essential. You will process data imports such as direct debits, standing orders and just giving statements and ensure all data is thoroughly checked. If you are immediately available then please apply today
We are working with a fantastic UN Partner to recruit an Administrator for their busy membership team. The successful candidate will have strong administration and communication skills. Main duties for the Administrator: Proof read and edit copy for internal and external communications Manage logistics for meetings and video conferences Take minutes at meetings and share agendas Manage enquiries for the team Provide basic research for the team Preparation for marketing campaigns Follow up unpaid invoices Provide reports when required Essential criteria for the Administrator: Strong communication skills Excellent MS office skills Ability to develop relationships Previous administration experience To apply for this Administrator role, please email your CV to our Office & Specialist Support Team quoting the reference number 64585CH. All applicants must be eligible to work in the UK.
My client, a leading children's communication charity, are looking for a dynamic and flexible project administrator to support the Senior Programmes Manager and team during a busy period. This is a fantastic opportunity to gain some exposure within a busy project team. You will be required to hit the ground running, demonstrate strong organisational skills, with some experience in a similar role. You will also have database experience, ideally with Raisers Edge. Key Responsibilities Meeting and workshop organisation: provide administrative support to meetings including coordinating dates, arranging venues and refreshments, managing invites and RSVPs, preparing papers, coordinating expense claims, providing admin support on the day, and taking minutes. Communications support: assist in the development of our online newsletters by gathering content from contributors, formatting articles and uploading documents onto our content management system. Project support: provide project support including monitoring enquiries, supporting the development, and proofing of project materials, updating web content, sending promotional materials, researching promotional opportunities, and liaising with external contacts as required. Stakeholder support: provide administrative support to our networks of stakeholders including Local Champions and Language Leaders keep contact information on stakeholder networks up to date and accurate. Support for written reports: assist the team in producing briefings, policy responses and other reports including proofreading, formatting, and checking references. Financial administration: provide financial administration across the Trust including processing invoices, expense claims, updating our financial records maintained in Excel, maintaining, and cross-referencing our hardcopy financial files and supporting with financial management tasks. The role is paying £9 per hour. Please apply today!
Our client, an established chartered body for the UK is offering an excellent opportunity for an experienced membership development professional. This is a full time permanent post with a negotiable salary. Key responsibilities for the Membership Development Manager: Generate new business to meet agreed membership growth Pursue event lead generation and revenue targets Support development of the existing profession and candidates Key stakeholder engagement and relationship management Optimise membership enrolment and support corporately to allocated accounts Generate opportunities through conferences, training events and registered practices Work with regional representatives in ensuring delivery of programmes Lead and support other members of your team Essential criteria for the Membership Development Manager: Demonstrable sales/events experience in a professional services, membership body or trade organisation Proven track record in relevant achievements. Excellent communication and persuasion skills, both orally and in writing Leadership experience - supervisory, training or line managing Able to travel widely To apply for this role, please email your CV to our Office & Specialist Support Team quoting the reference number 64576DW. All applicants must be eligible to work in the UK.
Our client, an established chartered body for the UK is offering a fantastic opportunity for an experienced project support professional who brings along a background in either membership, training, accreditation or the educational sector. This is a permanent role and is based in London. Key responsibilities for the Member Support Officer: Provide general adhoc support to members and users Develop new approaches to support stakeholders Develop continuously improving levels of support and information Produce reports and status updates Source and book venues for training events Promote volunteering opportunities Produce toolkits and develop volunteers Process membership enquiries and update CRM Work with multiple departments on adhoc project support Essential criteria for the Member Support Officer: Demonstrable experience in project management, senior stakeholder engagement or a training or educational background Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Highly-organised, business-like and efficient approach to work Ability to prioritise a complex workload alone or as part of a team Experience of using Powerpoint and giving presentations Ability to deal with customer/ stakeholder related queries quickly Strong understanding of membership organisations and/or professional qualifications To apply for this role, please email your CV to our Office & Specialist Support Team quoting the reference number 64562DW. All applicants must be eligible to work in the UK.
TPP are working closely with a Historical Charity who are currently recruiting for a Governance Assistant to support within their busy Hampton Court office. A 35-minute train journey from Waterloo, followed by a short, picturesque walk along the river before arriving at the palace grounds where you will be situated, this is a beautiful place to work. This role is Ideal for a bright, sparky graduate who is looking to build a career within the not for profit sector or someone who has previous admin experience and is looking for a permanent role to further their career. You don't require previous knowledge or experience of governance; however, you must have an interest as the role will require you to support with several key policies including GDPR, public information, important disclosures and any requests for information. The key responsibilities for this role includes - Taking notes and minutes at various meetings Organising meetings at the various sites that the charity works with Preparing monthly reports Liaising with the executive board and trustees To be successful you must be organised, with a good attention to detail and a key interest in administration and working within the not for profit sector. The organisation offers excellent benefits including - A yearly, performance-based bonus scheme of up to 2% 25 days holiday which extends to 28 after 3 years' service Pension scheme + income replacement plan Annual pay reviews Staff vouchers and awards Membership scheme - unlimited access for you + 4 guests to any of their beautiful sights
A fantastic youth focused religious charity is offering an excellent opportunity for an experienced senior administrator to provide general coordination and office support. This is a full time permanent post based in London and will have an element of weekend work. As senior Administrator you will be coordinating regular meetings and providing minute taking support. You will be working alongside senior staff getting involved in everyday diary management and adhoc administration. There will be an element of managing teacher attendance and rotas for the various events taking place in the community centre. Part of your role will involve general record keeping, data updating and filing. You will also be expected to monitor supplies and facilities across the office environment. This role is perfect for someone who is after a diverse working environment that offers the opportunity to utilise your developed administration support skills in a variety of ways. Your ability to be resourceful and organised will be key to helping you delivery on your responsibilities. Experience in meeting, volunteer and/or events coordinating will be useful to this post. Essentially you should be comfortable and proficient across all microsoft office packages. You should be used to working in an environment that depends on you to be self sufficient, self motivated and pushes you to excel within quick deadlines. To apply for the role of Administrator, please email your CV to our Office & Specialist Support Team quoting the reference number: 64555DW. All applicants must be able to prove that they are eligible to work in the UK.
A well-known Children's Charity is recruiting for an experienced Database Officer to join their large team the successful candidate will have a focus on importing and managing the quality and integrity of the data. Main duties for the Database Officer: Managing upload process from external agencies Take the lead on data integrity Support with the development of new processes Provide training and support to databases users Essential criteria for the Database Officer: Experience of developing and communicating data protocols, file transfer arrangements and data integrity Excellent communications skills Previous experience of managing relational database Knowledge of Talend software Previous knowledge of managing large scale imports Working knowledge of SQL MS Access experienced To apply for this Database Officer role, please email your CV to our Office & Specialist Support Team quoting the reference number 645512CH. All applicants must be eligible to work in the UK.
A well-known charity based in London is seeking an experienced Database Professional to join their large team, the successful candidate will ensure best practice of supporter data across the business. Main duties for the Data Planning Executive: Ensure best practice of supporter data through data mining and data intergeneration tools Testing strategies, targeting and segmentation opportunities Develop campaign selections Liaison between the technical team and the fundraising division Provide strategic and operational support to Campaign Managers Ensure quality assurance processes are rolled out within the department Essential criteria for the Data Planning Executive: Internal and external stakeholder management Experience of using Adobe Campaign Manager to target data for marketing communications Experience of using Oracle SQL to build data selections for marketing campaigns and reports Experience of working with Data Virtualisation technology Working knowledge of Fast Stats Ability to build data reports To apply for this Data Planning Executive role, please email your CV to our Office & Specialist Support Team quoting the reference number 64551CH. All applicants must be eligible to work in the UK.
A well-known charity based in London is seeking an experienced Database Professional to join their large team, the successful candidate will ensure best practice of supporter data across the business. Main duties for the Data Planning Executive: Ensure best practice of supporter data through data mining and data intergeneration tools Testing strategies, targeting and segmentation opportunities Develop campaign selections Liaison between the technical team and the fundraising division Provide strategic and operational support to Campaign Managers Ensure quality assurance processes are rolled out within the department Essential criteria for the Data Planning Executive: Internal and external stakeholder management Experience of using Adobe Campaign Manager to target data for marketing communications Experience of using Oracle SQL to build data selections for marketing campaigns and reports Experience of working with Data Virtualisation technology Working knowledge of Fast Stats Ability to build data reports To apply for this Data Planning Executive role, please email your CV to our Office & Specialist Support Team quoting the reference number 64551CH. All applicants must be eligible to work in the UK.
About Body & Soul Body & Soul is an innovative charity that uses a comprehensive, community-based and trauma informed approach to address the life-threatening effects of adverse childhood experiences. Our community provides a wide range of innovative and creative programmes that support physical, mental and emotional health and well-being. We believe that people should be able to live their lives free from shame, and no one should have their life chances reduced because of traumatic experiences in their past. About the role You will be providing massage therapy at our weekly Adults (30+) or Young Adults (19 - 30) service for those living with of affected by HIV. It is a resource for support, information, encouragement and change. Our members can benefit from services including counselling, legal advice and complementary therapies to workshops on the latest HIV treatment, nutrition advice, managing stress, relationships and wider health issues. As a massage therapist you will work closely with our therapy coordinator and be referred clients on an individual needs basis. You will work in our purpose built well-being floor that has 6 fully equipped therapy rooms. Our members are living very isolated lives that are often lacking in any form of touch. By sharing your practice with us you are helping us break down those barriers that can transform someone's life. The services runs on Tuesday (Adults) and Thursday (Young Adults) evenings from 4.30 - 8.30pm. We can be flexible on times but ask that volunteer therapists commit to at least 2 hours an evening. Volunteers are expected to commit to ONE evening on a weekly or fortnightly basis for a minimum of 6 months. All volunteers at Body & Soul will be subject to an advanced DBS disclosure prior to beginning their volunteering We are looking for Qualified massage therapists - Holistic, Swedish, Thai, Deep tissue Fully insured massage therapists Ability to form relationships within a diverse community Non-judgemental, adaptable and open-minded Ability to use own initiative Passionate about Body & Soul's aim In return we will provide A full induction/training programme Ongoing training from established professionals Ongoing support from Head of Volunteer Programmes/Therapy Coordinator Recognition programme If you are interested in this position we would love to hear from you so please do send over a brief overview of why you would like to get involved and a CV of your experience to email@example.com
About Body & Soul Body & Soul is an innovative charity that uses a comprehensive, community-based and trauma informed approach to address the life-threatening effects of adverse childhood experiences. Our community provides a wide range of innovative and creative programmes that support physical, mental and emotional health and well-being. We believe that people should be able to live their lives free from shame, and no one should have their life chances reduced because of traumatic experiences in their past. About the role You will be supporting in our weekly Adult Service (30+) for those living with or affected by HIV. This programme is a resource for support, information, encouragement and change. Our members can benefit from services including counselling, legal advice and complementary therapies to workshops on the latest HIV treatment, nutrition advice, managing stress, relationships and wider health issues. As a support service volunteer you will have a range of responsibilities from working 1:1 providing emotional support, co-ordinating workshops or serving dinner. You will build rewarding relationships based on trust, empathy and understanding. You will follow a coaching model that maximises productivity by encouraging self-reflection and independence throughout. The service runs on Tuesday evenings from 4.30 - 9.15pm at our purpose-built centre in Clerkenwell, Islington. It is important that volunteers arrive as close to 4.30pm as possible but we can be flexible in consideration of work commitments. Volunteers are expected to commit on a weekly basis for a minimum of 6 months. All volunteers at Body & Soul will be subject to an advanced DBS disclosure prior to beginning their volunteering. We are looking for Warmth, friendliness and excellent communication skills Ability to form strong relationships and discussions with a variety of adults Good listening skills and ability to provide one to one emotional support A basic knowledge of HIV and the issues our adult member group may face Non-judgemental, adaptable and open-minded Ability to use own initiative Passionate about Body & Soul's aims In return we will provide A full induction/training programme Ongoing training from established professionals Ongoing support from Head of Volunteer Programmes Recognition programme If you are interested in this position we would love to hear from you so please do send over a brief overview of why you would like to get involved and a CV of your experience to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Bishop of London and the Dean of St Paul's seek to appoint a Lay Canon as an additional member of the governing Chapter of the Cathedral with a particular expertise in business and finance, to support the next phase of the Cathedral's work. This voluntary role is an exciting opportunity to join an experienced team of clergy and lay people whose focus is to interpret and develop the life of this iconic Christian institution in the context of 21st century London. It requires experience, time, compassion and imagination, but offers the chance to play a very significant part in the governance of the Cathedral as well as opportunities to engage in the ceremonial and worshipping life of St Paul's. Role summary The Lay Canon is responsible for: Sharing the Chapter's responsibility for the governance, oversight and leadership of the Cathedral Providing external perspectives on the Cathedral and an element of challenge for full-time Chapter members in ensuring proper governance in all areas of Chapter's work Participating fully in Chapter meetings and as appropriate in other Chapter work and worship Advising and supporting the Dean, Canons, Registrar and other staff and volunteers as appropriate, having particular oversight and engagement in relation to the Cathedral's business and financial operations, including membership of the Chapter Finance Committee. The Lay and Non-Residentiary Canons are full additional members of Chapter, sharing in governance and oversight across the whole of the Cathedral's work, including some attendance at and appropriate participation in Cathedral worship. Each Lay or Non-Residentiary Canon has experience and expertise to offer to the Cathedral's life and work, supporting the Residentiary Canons who have the responsibility for overseeing the implementation of Chapter's policy in each area. They are not expected to have executive responsibility. Person specification You will be: A baptised and confirmed lay Anglican or lay member of another Church in communion with the Church of England, fully supportive of the Cathedral's Vision and Values Competent and able to exercise governance in a large and complex Christian organisation Willing and able to give time during business hours to attendance at Chapter and to participate appropriately in Cathedral services Self-aware, and able to balance as required the demands of paid work and voluntary service a good team player, able to communicate well and to deal with people at all levels Experienced and with relevant expertise to support the work of the Cathedral in appropriate ways Required as necessary to undergo DBS Enhanced Disclosure and attend safeguarding training. Time commitment The time commitment each week will vary according to attendance at worship and at Chapter, but as an indication an average of about 15 hours a month across the year would be typical. The Chapter will expect to be flexible about this in the light of your other work demands. Visible participation in the worship at the heart of the Cathedral's mission is an important expression of the Lay Canons' membership of Chapter and our ministry including lay as well as ordained people. We would hope for attendance at 8am Eucharist before Chapter meetings, and at the 11.30am Sunday Eucharist once a month; and at occasional 5pm Evensongs, Greater Festivals, state and civic occasions as personal circumstances permit. Other important commitments are the times away for Chapter (currently three days a year) and other committees or groups in which the Lay Canon becomes engaged. Other details The appointment is made by the Bishop of London and the Dean in consultation with the Chapter and Council for a three-year period, and there is a yearly review with the Dean. Reappointment is possible but not assumed, and depends on the needs of the Cathedral at the time. The role is voluntary; full expenses are paid, and an honorarium is available to help with other costs if required. How to apply Applications must be made via Reach Volunteering in the first instance. If you would like to explore this opportunity further through a confidential discussion with the Dean in advance of application, please also contact Reach Volunteering by email or on 020 7840 5668. In order to apply please submit your CV and a covering letter setting out how you meet the requirements. Applications must be emailed to email@example.com with 'Lay Canon' in the email title to arrive by midnight on 25th February 2018. Interviews will be held on 7th March 2018. The appointment is subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure.
RNLI Volunteering Opportunities Giving your time and skills can make an amazing difference. No matter what your interest or experience, we have a volunteering opportunity for you. Just imagine what you could do: become a crew member, shore crew, lifeguard get involved in education, community safety or heritage initiatives help with varied and interesting fundraising activities sell gifts, organise stock, display and sales inspire others as a voice of the RNLI help at an event or organise your own share your valuable skills and develop new ones much more… Be inspired and become part of our team. Make it happen - become a volunteer today. Please have a look at our volunteer recruitment page for the roles we're currently advertising https://volunteering.rnli.org/vacancies.html or contact the RNLI's Volunteering Team on 01202 66 33 46 or by email on firstname.lastname@example.org
Stoke North Live at Home Scheme are a charity based in Claybourne, that supports older people to remain in their own homes. We rely heavily on volunteers to help with our services and have a number of opportunities available: Volunteer Car Drivers Volunteer Befrienders Social Group Volunteer Volunteer Caterer Volunteer Telephone Befriender Volunteer Committee Member For further information on the specifics of the roles, and to apply, please visit http://www.mha.org.uk/get-involved/volunteering/ or contact the Volunteering Manager at email@example.com or 01332 221 889.
Job Title Finance Assistant Hours 10 hours per week (with flexibility on days worked) Holidays 25 days per annum pro rata plus Bank Holidays Terms Temporary Contract to support sickness cover for Finance Officer Responsible to Finance Director Purpose of Post: To assist the Finance Director and Senior Finance Officer in providing an efficient administrative support service to Barnet Carers Centre, focussing on the financial aspects of management information. Main Tasks To assist in the input of expenditure, income and petty cash transactions to QuickBooks 2008. To reconcile the bank balances on a weekly basis. To reconcile petty cash on a weekly basis ensuring all receipts have been submitted. To support the Senior Finance Office in the raising, dispatching and administration of all CHSS (Community & Home Support Services) invoices. To ensure all monthly credit card payments are processed on QuickBooks and all relevant paperwork has been received. To ensure all direct debit payments are processed on QuickBooks and all relevant paperwork has been received. To complete on-line batches ready for payment on a weekly basis for sign off by the Senior Finance Officer/Finance Director. To monitor and prepare information required to complete gift aid returns. To undertake administrative tasks on behalf of the Finance team including filing and photocopying. To be responsible for the maintenance of all finance forms. To carry out all duties having regard to the Centre's employment policies, including Equal Opportunities, Health and Safety and Confidentiality. To work as part of a team to ensure the Centre functions efficiently and professionally and to undertake any other duties, relevant to the post, as required from time to time. For more information, or to apply for the role, please visit http://www.barnetcarers.org/volunteer/
Would you like to work with us at Komsberg Wilderness Nature Reserve in South Africa? The Wildlife For All Trust is a British registered environmental charity with a pioneering approach to nature conservation. We are looking for individuals who really want to help make a difference. We strongly encourage and train our team members to be the best they can be. We are unusually successful, focusing on achievement. This is an exciting and unique opportunity to do something meaningful. For more details, including how to apply, please see the "Interviews" page of our website: www.wildlifeforall.org
At the Prince's Trust we are looking for a Volunteer Corporate Partnerships Researcher to support the Business Development team by helping to identify and research new corporate partners. This volunteer post will provide the opportunity for an individual to gain experience in desk-based corporate research, play a key role in assisting with the development of data management systems, gain experience of the Raiser's Edge CRM, and make recommendations on how to best engage companies and their CSR strategies to further the values and goals of the Prince's Trust. The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate; excellent attention to detail a willingness to undertake high levels of data entry an understanding of the issues facing The Prince's Trust target groups good interpersonal skills reliability good written and spoken English skills an ability to work as part of a team an ability to complete tasks effectively and efficiently willingness to uphold the values of The Trust. Our values are approachable, non-judgmental, inspiring, empowering and passionate For further details and guidance on how to apply, please visit: https://www.princes-trust.org.uk/support-our-work/volunteer/-office-volunteer-corporate-partnerships
Role: Volunteer Assistant to the Artistic Director Supported by: Artistic Director Main Purpose: To provide effective administrative support Company Profile Chickenshed is a theatre company based in Southgate, North London, and with a branch in Kensington and Chelsea. The company's vision is a society that enables everyone to flourish, and Chickenshed's mission is to create entertaining and outstanding theatre that celebrates diversity and inspires positive change. For over 40 years Chickenshed has pioneered an inclusive performance methodology. As well as offering over 250 performances per year at our purpose-built theatre, Chickenshed is also an educational establishment delivering Level 3 and Undergraduate courses. With huge Children's Theatre and Youth Theatre membership schemes for 5 - 21 year olds and an ongoing programme of outreach projects working with some of the hardest to reach communities, Chickenshed is truly 'Theatre Changing Lives'. Overview of Role We are looking for a highly efficient, organised and resourceful individual with a keen interest in theatre who is able to provide administrative assistance to the Artistic Director (AD). This is an excellent opportunity for someone wishing to gain valuable insight and experience of the theatre industry and to develop their career administrative and management skills with an award-winning theatre company. Responsibilities & Duties To assist the AD in coordinating the programming function across the theatre and performance division To confidently articulate externally and internally the artistic policy created by the AD To provide administrative support to the AD which may include: Assisting the AD with the coordination of internal meetings Some basic, initial research of other productions, potential projects, scripts and artists Following through to maintain and cultivate relationships with internal and external contacts, such as agents and other professional partners Supporting the AD in maximising opportunities to exploit Chickenshed's theatre work Supporting the AD in maintaining a close relationship with Chickenshed's marketing and PR teams in terms of on-going and planned programmes Filing and organisational planning as required Skills / Personal Qualities Education to degree level A passion for the arts and a willingness to embrace the inclusive ethos of Chickenshed Ability to work with complete discretion and confidentiality Good negotiation skills and diplomacy Determined and inventive approach Well organised, efficient and accurate Excellent computer skills Excellent communication skills both verbal and written General Requirements To operate within Chickenshed policies and procedures, including health and safety, equal opportunities, confidentiality and safeguarding policies Training Help and support will be given as necessary Times and Commitment This is a voluntary position for someone who can ideally, spare one day per week (or two half days). Your contribution will be greatly appreciated and will make a real impact on the work of Chickenshed. To apply for this role, please email Jenny Kettleton (Volunteer Coordinator) on JennyK@chickenshed.org.uk
Are you available Mondays, Tuesdays or Thursdays between 3.45-6.30pm or 4:00pm - 7:00pm during school term time? Come and join an enthusiastic team of volunteers who are passionate about books and helping children to love story time, and have lots of fun along the way! Doorstep Library Network runs Doorstep Libraries on estates in West London - Hammersmith & Fulham, Westminster and Lambeth. Each project recruits volunteers to pay weekly visits to low-income families to read stories to their children and bring a choice of children books to borrow. Volunteers work in pairs, with each pair picking books to read with and lend to families. We visit families in their homes/ on their doorsteps, read a story with the children and lend them books for the week. Through the reading of stories to the children we also act to befriend parents/carers, offering a listening ear and signposting suitable local services where appropriate. All Volunteers receive initial and on-going training and support throughout the placement. If you are interested in this opportunity, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org www.doorsteplibrary.org.uk
Every Child an Achiever is a not for profit educational organisation, formed to help schools combat underachievement among young people from disadvantaged backgrounds. We have secured statutory funds from the European Union to pilot a range of creative learning activities designed to motivate and enthuse the target group to develop skills and positive attitudes towards learning. Our success in accessing grants and partnership with other EU projects within a short period of time means we now need to increase our core capacity for fundraising urgently to support the development and delivery of our projects and ensure sustainability. We are therefore seeking: An experienced volunteer fundraiser to help us raise funds between now and May 2018. Our urgent priorities are to: A web designer to help update our site www.echanetwork.eu access funds to test and pilot a variety of non formal learning activities at selected schools; raise funds to advertise and recruit a part-time fundraiser; find a larger office space (we have a small office space which is free of rent until Autumn 2018) appoint a part-time project manager for 12 months. This is an exciting opportunity for those who wish to build a career in fundraising. You will also have the opportunity to work on an exciting bid for (ERASMUS+ School Education) that we are developing at present. You will make a big contribution to our efforts to provide a variety of learning activities for school children from disadvantaged backgrounds. In return we will offer all the support the volunteer may need, travel expenses and references. We are also happy to provide training and support in preparing EU and national trusts and foundation bids. If you are interested in applying, please email email@example.com or, call us on 07505 856 575. In return we will offer all the support the volunteer may need, travel expenses and references. We are also happy to provide training and support in preparing EU and national trusts and foundation bids. If you are interested in applying, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or, call us on 07505 856 575.
PAC-UK is the country's largest independent Adoption Support Agency. From offices in London and Leeds we reach out to families and professionals from the Scottish borders to the south coast. We are looking for an enthusiastic, caring and competent volunteer to help support and provide reception duties to clients and visitors, both in person and on the telephone, as well as assisting with a range of administrative tasks to help keep our office in Kentish Town running smoothly and efficiently. In this voluntary role you will provide invaluable administrative support to a broad spectrum of PAC-UK's services, particularly assisting the Operations Manager and Heads of Service in PAC-UK's London office. Hours: Part-time, flexible days and hours - ideally two days per week - Monday &Tuesday or Thursday & Friday -PAC-UK's core hours are between 9am -5pm Location: PAC-UK London office, Kentish Town, NW5 2RZ Travel and Lunch expenses will be reimbursed A detailed summary of the main tasks and responsibilities can be found in the Job Description and Person Specification documents through the following link, as well as details on how to apply: http://www.pac-uk.org/about/vacancies/#VOL Please email PAC-UK's Operation Manager, Leon Elias: email@example.com if you have any questions about this role before applying.
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