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£22,275 yearly
The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy London, UK
Sep 20, 2019
Permanent
As one of three part-time editors in a team of six, you’ll bring excellent digital content skills to this varied role. An experienced and adaptable editor and copywriter, you’ll have a track record of delivering ‘best practice’ digital content.  You’ll write, edit and publish engaging copy and support colleagues to create digital ready copy.  Your excellent production skills will also enable you to create and structure web pages, optimize and place images and commission and create graphics.  You will also create and deliver our weekly news bulletin to over 53,000 CSP members.  And you will apply your skills and your knowledge of best practices to help us to improve and develop our digital content across all channels. You may also be involved in creating videos but prior video experience, while a bonus, is not essential. Adept at building effective relationships and an excellent team player, you’ll support colleagues to plan, manage and deliver digital content projects. You’ll also help to shape what we do and how we do it as part of a flexible, supportive and close-knit team. Experience of using content management systems will be essential as will a working knowledge of image manipulation, HTML and CSS.  Knowledge of using analytics and applying SEO principles to improve content performance are also desirable. Our Values At the CSP our goal is to create a culture which is characterised by innovation, respect, encouragement, passion and teamwork.  We all strive for continuous improvement and to be the best at everything we do.  We aspire to work in a way that embodies our values of  learning ,  courage ,  inclusive  and  integrity .  Our shared values are part of our organisational DNA and reflect the expectations we have of ourselves and others. They guide what we do and how we do it to have the greatest impact for our members.  Please click  here  for further information. The CSP is the trade union, professional and educational organisation for the UK’s 58,000 chartered physiotherapists, support workers and students.  We are one of the largest representative bodies in healthcare. For an informal discussion, please contact Nigel Senior, Digital Team Manager, on 020 7306 6175. For further information and details of how to apply, please visit our website via the button below. CVs will not be accepted. Closing date: 7 October 2019 Interview date: 10.00am, 22 October 2019 We offer an excellent benefits package, including 27 days annual leave, CARE defined benefit pension scheme (currently under review and subject to change) and lunch allowance. We regret that only short-listed candidates will be contacted. The CSP is committed to equality of opportunity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.  
£29,700 - £33,000 yearly
BSAVA Gloucester, Gloucestershire, UK
Sep 20, 2019
Permanent
You will be joining a national association. This is a fantastic opportunity to join our in-house IT team based near Gloucester. The Association delivers a full programme of educational courses and seminars, produces a range of publications and other resources that contribute to the continuing professional development of veterinary surgeons and veterinary nurses. Web and Mobile Applications Developer Responsibilities: Reporting to the IT Manager, the Web and Mobile Applications Developer will be responsible for assisting in the design, development and maintenance of a range of web and mobile solutions to enhance the Associations digital offering. Web and Mobile Applications Developer Requirements: - Minimum of three year’s commercial experience - Prior experience of supporting and developing for DNN or similar CMS solutions and a working knowledge (development) of ASP.Net driven CMS Website solutions and MS Dynamics CRM would be advantageous. - You will understand design and web usability standards and to code valid HTML, CSS, JavaScript and / or JQuery. - Strong SQL server skills are required including the ability to design and implement a database scheme, develop efficient querying and use SQL reporting services. - As we also develop a number of mobile apps in-house, the individual must have prior experience of development with Java and DART using Flutter and Swift / Objective-C. Previous experience of using the Android SDK and Xcode would be advantageous. - ASP.Net, C#, Objective C / Swift, SQL. T-SQL, DDL, DML, Stored Procedures, SQL Reporting Services. - HTML, CSS, JavaScript and / or JQuery, AJAX, XML, XSL, XHTML. - SSL Security Technologies, JSON & RESTful web services. - Visual Studio, Xcode IDE, Android SDK and Xcode. - Experience of developing for DotNetNuke or similar ASP.Net CMS Solution. - MS Dynamics CRM API and Integration. - Prior experience or desire to learn Java and DART for cross platform mobile application development using Flutter and Swift / Objective-C. About BSAVA: British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA) promotes excellence in small animal practice through education and science. They are a professional body to serve veterinary surgeons that treat companion animals. The majority of their members work in practice and represent over a third of the working veterinary surgeons in the UK. Location:  Gloucester, Gloucestershire Job type:  Full Time, Permanent Salary:  £29,700 to £33,000 per annum depending on experience. Benefits:  Contributions towards Group Personal Pension, Life Assurance and Health Insurance, 23 days holiday. Closing date : 4th October 2019 You may have experience of the following: Web Applications Developer, Mobile Applications Developer, Software Engineer, Software Developer, Analyst Programmer, ASP.Net, SQL, Application Developer, Programmer, JavaScript Developer, Systems Designer, Development Analyst, Application Engineer, .Net Developer, C#, App Designer, Front End Developer, Microsoft SQL Server, Web Developer, Application Developer, HTML, CSS, etc.
£24,500 yearly
Mission Aviation Fellowship UK Glasgow, Glasgow City, UK
Sep 20, 2019
Contract
MAF Scotland - we are hiring! In order to position ourselves for the future, MAF UK based in Glasgow are expanding and restructuring their Scottish team. We are now seeking passionate, talented, and creative individuals who can help us grow our profile and supporter awareness networks in Scotland. We are looking for a part time  Communications and Marketing Administrator  to join the team for a flexible fixed term of approximately 1 year to cover maternity related absence. Reporting to the Head of MAF Scotland, this role is aimed at highly collaborative team players, who will deliver in their areas of responsibility helping to organise and deliver events, coordinate volunteers, connect with our head office and overseas missionaries, and deliver MAF Youth activities. The successful candidate will be an outstanding communicator and influencer, passionate about the work of MAF with a strong ability to plan, organise and prioritise tasks, projects or events as well as engage, enthuse and motivate volunteers. This role will play a crucial part in managing MAF Scotland’s media accounts by implementing tactics to grow the number of followers, engage and retain them.  It will involve the creation of content for use across all digital platforms as well as creating promos, adverts and short-form video content.  You will work in collaboration with the UK Communication team members to run online initiatives to significantly raise brand awareness and recruit new supporters and donors for MAF. There is an occupational requirement for the job holder of this position to be a committed Christian. Additional information is available on request. Key responsibilities: To ensure smooth working and consistent communications by creating and developing innovative social media content for MAF Scotland Ensuring the Scottish webpage is kept current with stories and photos that engage a new and varied audience. Creating and repurposing stories to reach new and existing supporters within Scotland. Collaborating in the development of online/digital and other marketing campaigns. Creating high-quality content for our branded goods, e.g. speaker resources, event products. Assisting with the organisation of key MAF events as required, including creating event resources and attendance and representation at the event itself. This will involve regular out-of-office hours particularly over the summer season. Occasional travel to main UK office based in Folkestone, Kent will be required. Required skills and experience: Educated to degree level or equivalent, possibly with digital communications or online marketing training. A proven ability to develop high quality, creative, digital communications including experience of managing email communications Good understanding of a range of social media channels, particularly in relation to promotion, advertising and branding, so experience in social media marketing and using databases is important so that we can develop our use of social media applications to raise the profile of our activities. Experience and workable knowledge of Adobe Photoshop and Adobe In-design Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications Ability to communicate clearly, assertively, and diplomatically at all levels Experience of developing relationships with staff and customers over the phone / email and of working in an office environment (sometimes alone) Efficient and organised approach to work and able to prioritise and manage deadlines and priorities Good attention to detail Benefits: Annual salary £24,500 per annum (pro rata to part time hours). Fixed term for 1 year, maternity cover Part time, 18-22.5 hours per week negotiable 22 days annual leave plus 9 bank holidays per year (pro-rata to part time) Additional paid leave between Christmas and the New Year office closure. MAF UK provides a non-contributory pension scheme for staff of 10% salary on joining.
£37,250 yearly
Tearfund London, UK
Sep 20, 2019
Temporary
At Tearfund we are passionate about following Jesus where the need is greatest. We are looking for a Digital Project Manager to manage a project to re-platform core Tearfund websites. You will work closely with people across the organisation to help Tearfund deliver it's digital vision, and to deliver key milestones in this specific project. You will work with external partners and agencies to meet the website project objectives. You will help shape the scope of the project by setting parameters and agreeing resources and budgets. You will take responsibility for implementing the project from the point objectives are set, through process and delivery.  We are looking for a candidate who: Is experienced in digital project management and has a good knowledge of Content Management Systems (CMS) Understands the digital development process, including the importance of user-centered design methods Is energetic, confident and resilient and prioritises collaboration and team working  Applicants must be committed to Tearfund's Christian beliefs. The recruitment process will include specific checks related to safeguarding issues. In addition, personal identification information will be submitted against a Watchlist database to check against criminal convictions as a counter-terror measure.
£25,000 - £30,000 yearly
Stewardship London EC1Y, UK
Sep 20, 2019
Temporary
We’re looking to grow our impact and kickstart a revival in Christian generosity and are assembling a team with the skills to power that change.  As part of the Growth and Community team, you will provide maternity cover across the breadth of our digital marketing and communication activities, contributing to the increased awareness of Stewardship amongst our core community and growth of take up of our products and services online, in creative and reportable ways, consistent with our brand.  You’ll help shape and deliver growth marketing strategies across email, social, web, search and paid advertising. You’ll be joining us at an exciting time with opportunities to work on brand relaunches, development of new web presences and the relaunch of new campaigns and a flagship digital product, as well as continuing to grow existing activities like the 40acts Lent generosity challenge. Fixed term – 12 months £25k - £30k + generous benefits, subject to experience Closing date: 14th October, 9am
£20,000 yearly
Yorkshire Wildlife Trust York, UK
Sep 20, 2019
Permanent
Do you want to use your design skills and creativity to directly help Yorkshire’s amazing wildlife and environment? Well this job could be just what you are looking for! Graphic Design Assistant Job reference: 17.6.118 Salary: £20,000 p.a. pro rata plus up to 9% employer pension contribution Contract type: Permanent Working hours: Part time - 14 hours per week Location: York We are looking for a Graphic Design Assistant to work closely with our Head of Creative to produce high quality publications and literature to help promote the work we do and engage with people to realise our Living Landscapes and Living Seas visions as well as working with external clients. We want a creative, vibrant person who will thrive in our fast moving and passionate team and who is highly organised and effective at delivering a range of tasks to strict deadlines. If this sounds like you, please apply! Closing date: 9am Wednesday 30 October 2019 Interviews: week commencing Friday 8 November 2019 Please note that applications received after the closing deadline will not be considered. TO APPLY AND FOR MORE INFORMATION: If you would like to find out more about this position and to apply, please click the button to be directed to our website where you can download the application pack. Yorkshire Wildlife Trust is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity. No agencies please.
£34,000 - £40,000 yearly
Comic Relief London, UK
Sep 19, 2019
Contract
The Marketing Executive will work closely with the Marketing Lead to support the delivery of a marketing strategy for Comic Relief including campaign development for Red Nose Day and other year-round events. Key responsibilities: · To work within a matrix of channel experts and internal creative teams and external agencies to plan and deliver various projects and marketing activities e.g. advertising campaigns, broadcast events, celebrity challenges) that support the overall campaign objectives, ensuring all activity is delivered effectively and efficiently. · To work with channel experts (for example in Digital Communications and PR) to implement the agreed plan and ensure that it works effectively with other communications priorities and agendas for Comic Relief.   Essential Education and Competencies: · Experience of delivering marketing activity or projects for a high-profile brand. · Experience of working within a matrix of channel experts and multi-disciplined stakeholders. · Worked effectively with creative studios and channel experts. · Experience of marketing planning and tracking. · Strong interpersonal and influencing skills. · Effective Communications, written and oral. · Creative problem solving. · Project management experience. To apply, please visit our website via the link and apply online. Role closes - 12:00pm, 2nd Oct 2019 BST (Europe/London)
£28,000 yearly
Independent Age West Kensington, London, UK
Sep 19, 2019
Permanent
To assist and support the scheduling and production of high-quality, high-impact multichannel design content that supports Independent Age’s ambitious plans to raise our brand profile and increase income, influence, and the impact of our services.
£42,000 yearly
Independent Age London, UK
Sep 19, 2019
Permanent
To deliver high quality visual design solutions for print and online audiences, helping Independent Age achieve our ambitious plans to raise our brand profile and increase our income, influence and the impact of our services.
£25,000 - £28,000 yearly
Working Chance Islington, London, UK
Sep 19, 2019
Permanent
Are you passionate about the power of communications to help transform lives, change attitudes and influence government policy? Do you have experience in creating compelling content, an eye for a great story and social media flair?  Working Chance is looking for an exceptional, ambitious communications officer who wants to use their creative talents for a brilliant cause and make their mark. We’re a small charity respected for our unique, award-winning work, supporting women from prison into high-quality jobs and changing attitudes to the employment of people with convictions. You’ll be passionate about telling stories and creating content across platforms, with the confidence to pro-actively sell in stories to the media and build relationships with key journalists. Educated to degree level, you’ll have a minimum of three years’ experience in full-time comms roles, ideally in the charity sector, but be excited to work with a high degree of autonomy and minimum supervision. Although we’re growing, you’ll be the sole comms person in the charity, working closely with external affairs and policy colleagues. This is an exciting time to join Working Chance and be part of our drive to support more women and help shape the debate about how the criminal justice system treats women.

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