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£21,065 yearly
Action Tutoring City of London, London, UK
Nov 14, 2019
Permanent
Are you an enthusiastic graduate looking to do something meaningful with your career? Want to support a rapidly growing charity in making a lasting difference to the lives of disadvantaged young people? If so, we want to hear from you. Who will I be working for? Action Tutoring is an education charity that supports pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds to succeed in school. In the UK today, young people facing socio-economic disadvantage are less likely to achieve the grades they need to progress in life. This isn’t because they are any less able – it’s because they have less access to tools to support them to realise their potential.  We help to level the playing field by working in partnership with schools to deliver weekly tutoring in English or Maths, to pupils who need it the most.  We are now looking for a Marketing and Recruitment Assistant to join us, ideally starting in January 2020, and support our marketing and volunteer recruitment activities. Are there any benefits?  - Salary of £21,065 per annum  - Flexible working  - Workplace pension  - 25 days’ holiday plus Bank Holidays  - Team socials  - Recognition schemes to celebrate staff who go above and beyond  - Team away days with regular training opportunities - Develop an engaging career in the charity sector In this dual role, you will have the chance to increase your marketing experience, raise awareness of our important work and help to ensure that the students we support have exceptional tutors. As an education charity, we understand the importance of learning and development. You’ll be provided with a comprehensive induction and training to increase your knowledge and ensure your success as part of the Action Tutoring team.  What’s more, as we’re a growing organisation, there will be plenty of opportunities to challenge yourself, take on new areas of responsibility and progress, making this the ideal role in which to build the foundations of an exciting career. What will I be doing? As our Marketing and Recruitment Assistant, you’ll support our marketing activities, as well as the recruitment of our volunteer tutors. Working with the Marketing and Communications Manager, you will:  - Oversee our social media and post a diverse range of content  - Co-ordinate the booking of fairs and events  - Support key marketing campaigns and fundraising events - Manage our online volunteering advertisements and respond to new enquiries  - Assess new volunteer applications in line with our guidelines and complete telephone interviews What do I need?  To join us as a Marketing and Recruitment Assistant, you’ll need: - An undergraduate degree (or equivalent)  - Great communication skills and the ability to interact with a range of audiences  - The ability to meet deadlines and complete admin tasks to a high standard - To be enthusiastic and open to new ideas This is the perfect role for candidates looking to become a Marketing Assistant, Volunteering Co-ordinator, Social Media Assistant, Marketing and Communications Assistant, Fundraising Assistant, Volunteering Assistant, Brand and Marketing Communications Assistant, Graduate Digital Marketing Executive, or Graduate Marketing Executive. The closing date for applications is 9am on the 9th December 2019, with interviews taking place on the 12th, 13th or 16th December 2019. This is a full-time role, working 37.5 hours per week. Occasional evening and weekend work may be required, for which time off in lieu will be given. Webrecruit and Action Tutoring are equal opportunities employers, value diversity and are strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and all applicants for employment. Equal opportunities are the only acceptable way to conduct business and we believe that the more inclusive our environments are, the better our work will be. So, if you’re looking to take your first steps towards a rewarding career as a Marketing and Recruitment Assistant, please apply via the button shown. 
£25,450 - £30,750 yearly
National CLT Network London SE1, UK
Nov 14, 2019
Permanent
Why join us? Would you like to join a dynamic team that is supporting a growing movement of communities that are building genuinely and permanently affordable homes? Will you enjoy working in a small team and with partner organisations to boost the profile of community land trusts, make the case to government, and make our projects successful through effective communication? Community land trusts (CLTs) are a growing force for social good. They are set up and run by ordinary people to develop and manage homes as well as community shops, pubs and other assets that are important to that community. They aim to make sure the homes are permanently affordable, based on what people actually earn in their area. As the communications and campaigns officer you will play a key role in supporting the National CLT Network’s team on our core communications, campaigns and events activities. About the National CLT Network National CLT Network is the national membership body for community land trusts established in 2010. The National CLT Network provides resources, training and advice for CLTs, and works with government, local authorities, lenders and funders to establish the best conditions for CLTs to grow and flourish. We are a small, dedicated and ambitious team. Our strategy is to scale up the CLT movement and to develop our charity into a strong, viable and resilient social enterprise. We are also part of major partnerships to build up the infrastructure across the country for all forms of community led housing, and to scale up the CLT movement across North-West Europe. Our successes have had the following impact: A rapid growth in CLTs from 30 in 2010 to over 300 in 2019; One in three local authorities providing some kind of support to CLTs in their area; 935 homes built by CLTs with another 16,600 community led homes in the pipeline. About the role This is a varied role. You will see the impact of your work on successful projects, and on CLTs and their achievements locally. The communications and campaigns officer works with team members across the organisation, gets to know our work deeply and has the opportunity to travel to meet our inspiring CLT members. You will also work closely with the co-chief executive, responsible for our advocacy campaigning and lobbying work, getting first-hand knowledge of how to influence government policy to help our members to thrive. You will use this knowledge to create compelling content across a variety of mediums from blogs and newsletters to video interviews, creating lobbying and campaign materials for groups to use and ensuring our website showcases the best of what we do, and helps CLTs to succeed. You’ll also support the delivery of successful events that are highly valued by our members. At our last AGM, 100% of attendees said they would recommend attending to other members. You’ll see wonderful people form connections, draw inspiration and go on to provide new homes that are really needed by their communities. The challenges and opportunities for this role in the coming year include: Supporting the communications manager to create a new brand and a new website for the network. Working with the co-chief executive and others on our acclaimed advocacy campaigns that have made significant gains for the CLT movement, ensuring they can continue to build genuinely affordable homes. Playing a key role in developing, and delivering a new programme of events such as a national conference and “See It and Believe It” peer to peer events where new groups get inspired by visiting successful CLTs whose residents are enjoying their new homes. About you This is an exciting and career-enhancing role. It could be the right opportunity for a range of potential candidates. Your motivations might be many and varied – from wanting to develop your career in communications or advocacy campaigning, to having a passion for housing or communities, or because you want more responsibility and the opportunity to work in a growing charity where you can use your initiative and develop your potential. It is particularly for you if you: enjoy a variety of tasks and challenges, are a team player, a strong communicator, flexible, organised, and have a strong attention to detail. You will also feel strongly about the importance of social justice and the difference that CLTs and community-led housing can make. Whatever your motivations the National CLT Network would like to hear from you. Details The role is for a full time, permanent post. The working hours are 9-5, Monday to Friday, with a one-hour lunch break. The salary is £25,450 – £30,750 per annum depending on skills and experience Benefits include 30 days annual leave + bank holidays, a generous employer match scheme for pension contributions, healthcare and a personal training budget. How to Apply Please visit our website to download the candidate recruitment pack which contains full instructions on the role and how to apply, and to download our application form. Deadline for applications 10am Monday 25th November 2019
£37,974 yearly
Cats Protection Haywards Heath, UK
Nov 14, 2019
Permanent
Job title: Senior Application Support and Development Engineer Salary: £37,974.25 per annum plus excellent benefits Location: Chelwood Gate, Haywards Heath Job type: Permanent Hours per week: 35 Closing date: 01 December 2019 Interview date: 09 December 2019 Please note - this role requires you to demonstrate the ability to work independently and in teams writing mainly SQL code - .Net experience would be useful. There may be the opportunity to work one day a week from home. Due to the continued significant investment in technology, we are now looking for a Senior Application Support and Development Engineer to join a dynamic and experienced team of IT professionals based at the National Cat Centre, Chelwood Gate. Cats Protection, the UK’s leading feline welfare charity, is developing and implementing a 5-year Digital Transformation strategy. This strategy has already moved key systems to Microsoft’s Azure platform and more exciting developments are planned to help expand and support the charity’s growth. The IT department implements, maintains, supports, upgrades and improves the IT systems across the charity whilst minimising ongoing risks. The department are primarily responsible for all IT equipment and systems that sit at the heart of Cats Protection networks providing a service for the 1000 employees and 11,000 volunteers. Typically this will be servers, data storage, networks, telephone exchanges, security firewalls, and other centralised systems. The Senior Application and Development Engineer will ensure that all assigned immediate development work, upgrades, and support requests are dealt with to agreed levels of service and customer satisfaction. In this role, you will deputise for the IT Applications Manager in their absence. You will also ensure that all assigned upgrade & implementation project work is completed professionally & documented, on time, and to agreed specifications. You will maintain a high level of availability and integrity for all of the IT systems, resolving issues & requests in the most responsive, efficient, and cost-effective manner. You will be supplying & implementing IT systems and solutions that are robust and fit for purpose, enabling all sites, departments and volunteer groups to gain maximum benefit and productivity from their use of IT. You will be offering professional help, assistance, and support (which may include training, demonstrations, and presentations), to employees and volunteer groups for IT applications and systems and will write user documentation and guidelines that are easy for the target audience to understand. The successful candidate will have experience in writing SQL code with .Net experience. You’ll be customer focused with a flexible approach. You’ll be a team player and play an important apart within a responsive team. To apply for this position please click the APPLY ONLINE button. Our application process requires you submit a CV and answer screening questions – including explaining your interest and suitability for the role. Unfortunately we cannot accept applications or CVs that are emailed to us directly. Please note the recruitment process for this position will include a competency based interview with an SQL test. For further details please visit our website.
£24,000 yearly
Union Chapel Project London, UK
Nov 14, 2019
Contract
We are looking for an enthusiastic, motivated Marketing Officer with a keen interest in the arts, culture and heritage sector, and issues around social justice. Working closely with the Events Team, this interim role will primarily be responsible for the marketing and communications of our 19/20 Winter/Spring programme and the day-to-day management of Spektrix, our CRM and ticketing software. The role will report to our CEO and will play a key part in developing and delivering our marketing and communication activities over the next few months.
£38,250 - £45,000 yearly
Save the Children Farringdon, London, UK
Nov 14, 2019
Permanent
Do you want to play a key role in an organisation which stands up for children? Join us as a  Senior Infrastructure Engineer  and be responsible for maintaining and supporting the infrastructure platforms that our teams rely on. In our Support Services department, we fight for children every single day. We provide leadership and direction in the business of running an efficient organisation. We ensure our resources are used to maximum effect. We go the extra mile - and we don’t rest until the work is done. As  Senior Infrastructure Engineer  you will be the design authority for all physical and virtual infrastructures, enterprise storage and cloud technologies focussing on Office365 and Azure. You will assist in the development of the 1st/2nd line support function, working with the 3rd Line application and network teams to ensure that all systems and support are aligned with technical and business requirements. In addition you will: Be expected to liaise with all levels of computer users, support staff and outside vendors to quickly understand, evaluate and remedy server and network technical support issues as and when they occur Work with 2nd line and the Service Desk in incident resolution and problem management, also providing guidance and knowledge transfer for specific tasks Provide 3rd Line infrastructure support to Save the Children UK users within the defined SLA’s, prioritising workload where needed and managing conflict resolution Ensure that detailed documentation is in place for all infrastructure systems in the live production and test environments to enable existing and new team members to support Save the Children UK infrastructure. To be successful you will be a self-starter with excellent interpersonal and analytical skills with an MCSE or equivalent. You will have a good understanding of Microsoft Windows Server 2003 – 2016, Microsoft Hyper-V clustering and  proficiency in managing and configuring AD, DFS, DNS, Group Policy, ADFS, etc. In addition you will preferably have experience in: VMware ESXi clustering Microsoft Office 365: Exchange, SharePoint, OneDrive for Business Backup/Disaster Recovery Products Anti-Virus Products Microsoft RDS/VDI Deployments Microsoft Azure technologies including Azure ADDS, VMs, Enterprise apps, Storage accounts, Virtual networks, B2B, etc. At Save the Children we are committed to the safeguarding and protection of children in our work. We will do everything possible to ensure that only those who are suitable to work with children are recruited to work for us. This post is subject to a range of vetting checks including a criminal records disclosure. If you share our belief in the power of children, join the fight. It takes relentless determination, creativity and a real commitment to real change. Because every child should be able to make their mark on their world, and help to build a better future. We look forward to hearing from you. To apply please visit our website. Closing date: 22nd November 2019
£31,000 - £37,000 yearly
Comic Relief Vauxhall, London, UK
Nov 14, 2019
Contract
Senior Media Officer - Sport Relief Fixed Term Contract December 2019 - April 2020 £31,000 - 37,000pa London The Senior Media Officer will develop and deliver creative, national and regional media strategies for Sport Relief 2020, that inspire the nation to get involved and highlight how donations are spent in the UK and around the world.  This role will also support the Comic Relief press office, including joining the on-call rota for out-of-hours media enquiries, and is likely to include line management responsibility. UK travel may be required. Key Accountabilities / Objectives ·         Develop and deliver creative national and regional media strategies, ensuring plans meet agreed targets and are evaluated appropriately. Strategies will support wider organisational objectives and integrate all communications channels (media, social, digital)    ·         Profiling the work Comic Relief funds and the difference it makes – work directly with funded projects, and the people they support, to show the positive impact donations make. This may involve setting up and managing visits with journalists, influencers, and high-profile supporters ·         Team management and processes – implement all teams’ systems and procedures necessary for the smooth and efficient running of the press office ·         Relationship management - establish and build collaborative, quality relationships with all relevant internal and external stakeholders. This may include partners, PR agencies, media, and taking the lead on media activity in internal project working groups  ·         Risk awareness and reputation management - monitor the press regularly to identify appropriate opportunities and potential threats to the promotion of the work of Comic Relief and other key partners. Update Media management team and where relevant other colleagues on any coverage with a high level of opportunity or threat in a timely manner Essential Education: ·         Significant PR experience, likely to be at Account Manager level or similar in a PR Agency or a Senior Press Officer/Publicist in-house Key Competencies: ·         Proven experience of developing, implementing and evaluating high profile media strategies ·         Proven experience of working on sensitive subject matters ·         An ability to develop and deliver fresh creative ideas that generate media coverage ·         Proven experience of managing key stakeholder relationships (internal or external) ·         Experience of managing and prioritising multiple complex projects to strict deadlines ·         Excellent writer ·         Line management experience is desirable but not essential To apply please visit our website via the link and apply online Role closes - 12:00pm, 20th Nov 2019 GMT (Europe/London)
£40,000 - £45,000 yearly
Parkinson's UK London, UK
Nov 14, 2019
Permanent
Imagine not being able to move, sleep, or smile. Feeling anxious or depressed, struggling to think or remember. Your body not feeling like your own. This is what Parkinson's can feel like. Your mum, son or friend. Anyone can get Parkinson’s, young or old. Every hour, two people in the UK are told they have Parkinson's – a brain condition that can turn lives upside down. It gets worse over time and there’s no cure. Yet. We’re close to major breakthroughs. Funding the right research into the most promising treatments, we get closer to a cure every day. Until then, we're here for everyone affected by Parkinson’s. Fighting for fair treatment and better services. We are Parkinson's UK. Powered by people. Together we'll find a cure. Join us. About the role We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced SQL Developer to join our Data Services Team at a time of growth and change for the charity. We have bold ambitions for the next couple of years as we go into a new strategy, and key to our work is moving from Legacy systems to a modern data and application architecture which supports communications, customer/supporter relationships, reporting and insight. You’ll be core to the work that will support our approach to providing a single customer view,  whilst also delivering developments that support business as usual during the migration period, and require a mix of both old and new technologies. You’ll also be directly involved in the provision of reports. All of these support communications with our various external audiences and have a direct impact on the lives of people affected by Parkinson’s.  You’ll work closely with other members of the Data Services Team (including the Senior Data Visualisation Analyst), Business Change Team, and stakeholders from around the organisation.  What you'll do  Plan, implement and deliver complex data driven projects Implement data warehouse solutions using modern technology to support analysis and the charity’s strategic goals  Design and develop repeatable processes using Extract, Transform and Load (ETL) tools to move data to and from various systems, using both traditional and new technologies What you'll bring   Proven experience of data warehouse development  Proven experience of ETL tools Advanced knowledge of SQL Server Experience of Python programming language This is an exciting time for Parkinson’s UK and we would love you to join us! The selection process will take place over three separate stages which will involve a: telephone interview technical scenario formal interview   Telephone interviews will be held on Friday 29 November 2019. Parkinson's UK promotes a healthy work life balance with generous holiday allowance, flexi-time and flexible working. For more information on our benefits, please visit our website.
£28,000 yearly
UK Sustainable Investment and Finance Association London EC2M, UK
Nov 13, 2019
Permanent
UKSIF is looking for an experienced communications and events manager to join our small team on a full-time basis. The successful candidate will be responsible for social media, digital mailings, website maintenance and evolution, media partnerships, events and ad hoc communications projects. UKSIF is a small, fast-paced and ambitious team. This is a great opportunity for a pro-active candidate to gain more experience in taking ownership of communications and events projects. If interested in this role, please ensure you read the 'How to apply' section at the bottom. Who we are We are the membership organisation for those in the finance industry committed to growing sustainable and responsible finance in the UK. We inform, influence and connect UK finance, policymakers and the public for a fair, inclusive and sustainable financial system that works for the benefit of society and the environment If you are excited by raising awareness of, and influencing action in, sustainable and responsible investment and finance we want to hear from you. Here are the details: Full-time, London Salary of up to £28,000 depending on experience Start 1st December or ASAP after that. Here are the things you’ll be doing: Organising two conferences a year (London and Edinburgh) Sourcing speakers for the conferences Organising webinars and occasional in-person events Writing and distributing 10 x newsletters a year Writing and distributing event invitations, updates and briefings using an email marketing platform Managing the production of our annual ‘Whats’ On?’ guide Maintaining 2 x websites Managing social media channels Managing media/marketing partnerships Supporting the Good Money Week campaign: partnerships, managing content production, social media, website, etc.  Managing the Analyst Committee and the analyst programme (our events programme) Where other duties permit, ad hoc production of new content for our various audiences- reports, surveys, etc. Monitoring and evaluation of the above Other ad hoc duties relevant to the above. How to apply: Please send in a CV  and cover letter  to tell us the following: why you are applying for this role what best practice is when using social media to communicate with new audiences what makes a good event organiser Additionally , please send an example of copywriting you have produced for a professional email, a newsletter or website. PLEASE NOTE We’ll be accepting applications on a rolling basis.  We will contact shortlisted candidates on a first come first serve basis so please do apply sooner rather than later.  If you do not hear from us by 1st December please assume we have not shortlisted your application.
£18,000 yearly
Humentum Remote
Nov 13, 2019
Contract
Humentum is a global nonprofit focused on advancing operational excellence for social good. We build the capacity of staff at international development and relief organisations to address the operational challenges they face while working toward their missions.  The IFR4NPO Project is an initiative to develop International Financial Reporting guidance for Non Profit Organisations over 5 years, in partnership with CIPFA, the Chartered Institute of Public Finance & Accountancy. Position Description There is no global body with the authority to issue an accounting standard for NPOs, much as there is broad agreement that it is needed. The credibility and validity of the final product, and therefore the extent to which is gets adopted, is dependent on a very high level of engagement and feedback from the sector.  The Marketing & Communications Officer role, as part of a project team of 3, is therefore critical in ensuring we take advantage of the best strategies, media & messaging options to reach our ambitious engagement targets. Key Responsibilities: Ensure that stakeholder engagement targets are met. Ensure that the Project Communications are professional and effective. Ensure GDPR and other relevant contractual requirements are adhered to. Reports to: Marketing Manager Specific Responsibilities Advise on Project Comms strategy Liaison with project partners to agree on appropriate platforms & approaches (LinkedIn, Twitter, Blogs, Humentum Connect, polls, podcasts, videos etc) Ensure presence on agreed platforms is effective, with regular engaging posts Lead and participate in a process to develop a new WordPress website for the IFR4NPO project Engage with website developers Add pages and content to project website Make edits to website as needed Support in the development of content for the Project Formatting content including newsletters, videos, blogs, infographics, press releases. Other duties Provide cover for other team members, as necessary Play an active role in the team and the organization’s on-going development Other duties commensurate with the post and as requested by the Project Director IFR4NPO, Humentum REQUIREMENTS Qualifications & experience Degree in Marketing and Communications or equivalent Managing relationships with web designers and videographers Experience of managing relationships between comms department and other departments in an organization Experience developing presentations and infographics Skills & Attributes Confident in use of relevant software: Adobe premier pro, wordpress, final cut pro, mailchimp Interest in the not-for-profit or social enterprise sector in the region Excellent communication skills, both written and oral and proven ability to work cross-culturally Highly motivated, energetic, organised, positive and inspiring approach to work Strong Microsoft office skills Demonstrable commitment to our mission and values, and to delivering excellent services to our members and clients The right to live and work in the country where you are located At least 3 years experience in a marketing & communications role  Equal Opportunities Statement Humentum is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.
£21,315 - £30,150 yearly
ShelterBox London, UK
Nov 13, 2019
Permanent
Based in Truro or London Role purpose: This role is focused on strategically managing the ShelterBox UK website to increase our reach, engagement and online giving. You will be responsible for developing a web strategy, working closely with the Digital Marketing and Innovation Manager to determine what direction we should be taking the website in over the next 3 years. The role will take a data and evidence based approach – testing, gathering insights and driving incremental improvements that can help to improve user experience and increase overall conversion rates. The successful candidate will join a friendly and vibrant team in our mission to make ShelterBox a household name. This role is full of variety, working with other teams within the organisation to deliver a range of strategic projects that drive brand awareness and help to increase online giving. Who are we looking for? ShelterBox is looking for a personable, ambitious and self-motivated individual with a passion for digital. You should be an expert in using the WordPress CMS, managing web pages, images, videos, blog posts, sign up forms and donation forms. An aptitude for copywriting is desirable - you’ll sometimes produce copy and edit the site yourself, but you will also oversee and coordinate the work of other team members. Project management skills and the ability to manage agencies is key – you should be able to deliver projects to spec, on time, in budget and to a high standard. Attention to detail is crucial. You should have a solid understanding of SEO, both content-driven and more technical elements. You will also need to work in a responsive way to respond to high profile natural disasters, responding quickly and effectively in periods of high traffic and levels of engagement.  This is an exciting role and demanding role – you will need to be able to juggle competing priorities and manage stakeholders effectively, all whilst working towards our strategic goals. Duties will include but not be limited to: Web strategy –  develop a strategy to help us determine how to increase reach, engagement and conversions on the website. Agency management –  work with our web development agency to define and deliver a programme of development work that improves user experience and conversion rates across the site. Includes writing technical specs, managing budgets and managing deadlines. Search Engine Optimisation –  drive forwards our SEO activity to increase the levels of non-disaster traffic to our website and increase our organic visibility across the web. Blog –  coordinate and contribute to a regular programme of blog content, focusing on thought pieces, global issues and our impact themes. Testing -  develop a programme of testing and conversion rate optimisation to drive incremental improvements across the website Web page creation  – working with the digital team to produce new web pages in line with our web and SEO strategies. This will include copywriting for the web and setting up pages and donation forms. Analytics and optimisation  – using Google Analytics and Hotjar to gather insights and monitor the general performance of our website, using findings to refine and enrich supporter experience and optimise performance.  Collaboration with international teams  – support our global affiliates with their web strategy and Wordpress sites, offering training and best practice advice. Budget management –  defining how spend is allocated and ensuring that all projects, agency work and ad hoc spend comes within budget. Awareness and fundraising campaigns –  support other teams and team members with the development of web content, helping to deliver high performing web content for both awareness and fundraising campaigns. Any other duties as deemed necessary to support the digital team

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