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£25,000 - £30,000 yearly
Inland Waterways Association Chesham, UK
Oct 14, 2019
Permanent
We're looking for an outstanding communicator to lead and develop the communications function of our national waterways charity. IWA has a fantastic track record as a campaigning organisation both nationally and at local level for the benefit of all waterway users, including boaters, walkers, canoeists and anglers.  Our aim is to protect all canals and navigable rivers and see derelict canals restored back to navigation.  This is a new role and the Communications Officer is responsible for all of the charity's media activity across traditional and online media outlets at national, regional, consumer and trade level. Reporting to the Marketing Manager, your role will be to work directly with both the campaign and marketing teams to create a strong media platform for IWA to publicise our work and campaigns. Over the last year we have generated some lovely media coverage for our campaigns and strategic objectives and we are hoping the successful applicant will be able to to build on this success.  Annually: £25,000 - £30,000 depending on experience + 7% pension Location: Chesham, Buckinghamshire with some home working if required Vacancy Type: Permanent Working Hours Per Week: 35 (although part-time working would be considered) Closing Date: 1st November 2019
£29,500 - £33,245 yearly
NSPCC South London, South East
Oct 10, 2019
Permanent
The NSPCC is the leading charity focused on preventing child cruelty in the UK and we believe that every childhood is worth fighting for. To carry out our charitable work, maximise our impact and achieve our strategic aims, we must communicate efficiently and effectively with the maximum possible impact to all key audiences. The NSPCC’s Media Team is responsible for all the NSPCC’s media activity across traditional and online media outlets at national, regional, consumer and trade level. The busy, proactive team works collaboratively across all NSPCC directorates to create a strong media platform for the NSPCC to publicise its work and campaigns. The media team is currently generating record amounts of media coverage for our campaigns and strategic objectives, shining a light on some of the biggest child protection challenges of the day, and promoting our services supporting children and families across the country. The team has been shortlisted for the PR Week Awards ‘In House Team of the Year (Public/Third Sector) 2019, and we deal with a huge array of national and regional media making contact with us every day for comment, reaction and information. Annually: £29,500 - £33,245 plus inner London weighting Region: South London and South East Location: Weston House - London Department: National & Regional Communications Vacancy Type: Permanent Working Hours Per Week: 35 Closing Date: 18 October 2019
£55,686 yearly
The Health Foundation London EC4Y 8AP, UK
Oct 10, 2019
Permanent
The Health Foundation is an independent charity committed to bringing about better health and health care for people in the UK. The role of Senior Marketing and Communications Manager is strategically and operationally pivotal to the Health Foundation’s ability to drive impact and influence through its research, analysis and grant funding. You will provide strong and effective leadership to the marketing and communications team, ensuring delivery of a high-quality programme of activity and creating robust marketing and communications infrastructure and channels in support of our communications strategies and the organisation’s aims. You will manage and champion the Foundation’s brand, ensuring the development, protection and promotion of the Health Foundation brand and messaging targeted at both internal and external audiences. In addition, as Senior Marketing and Communications Manager, you will lead the development and implementation of integrated communications plans, working closely with colleagues across the full communications mix (including marketing & events, media, public affairs, digital and editorial). With a significant track record of delivering strong and effective leadership and team management, the successful candidate will have a significant and demonstrably successful marketing background. You will have extensive brand and visual identity expertise and hands on experience delivering of a range of marketing channels and techniques including events and third-party events, e-communications, market research, audience segmentation techniques and CRM. Ideally with knowledge of health and health care, you will also be able to demonstrate the collegiate, innovative and project management skills essential to the role as well as the organisational and interpersonal skills required to ensure successful delivery. This is a fantastic opportunity for a senior communications professional with a passion for improving health outcomes who is committed to our core behaviours - Achieving Impact, Working Together and Discovering and Learning.  The Health Foundation values diversity and champions inclusion and strongly encourages applications from all sections of the community.
£59,000 yearly
Royal Academy of Engineering London, UK
Oct 10, 2019
Permanent
Help inspire the next generation of engineers. We are looking for an outstanding Head of Digital Communications to lead the evolution and professionalisation of the Academy's digital communications strategy and content, and help position us as a forward-thinking, digitally savvy brand. In this newly created role, you will oversee the production of the Academy’s digital content and management of all of the Academy's digital channels to optimise user journeys, maximise meaningful engagement and grow new audiences, working with stakeholders, influencers and thought leaders as needed. Engineering matters. It underpins our daily lives, drives economic growth, plays a critical role in addressing major societal challenges and helps ensure our readiness for the future, from providing a sustainable supply of food, water and clean energy, to advancing healthcare, and keeping us safe and secure. As the UK’s national academy for engineering and technology, the Royal Academy of Engineering brings together the most talented and successful engineers – our Fellows – to advance and promote excellence in engineering for the benefit of society. You will be joining the Academy at an exciting time in its development, following recent significant growth in its activities, and as we embark on delivering a new five-year strategy under the leadership of a new President. Head of Digital Communications is a leadership role, but one which also offers real intellectual excitement and privileged access to some of the country’s best minds. To succeed, you must have extensive experience of digital communications and marketing and developing and delivering digital communications strategies with deep knowledge of different digital media channels and content formats. You are someone who is creative, resourceful, versatile, an excellent communicator, and able to work collaboratively with staff at all levels. If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you. To find out more and to apply, please visit our website. Closing date: 28th October 2019. Interview date: 8th November 2019.
£27,000 yearly
ClientEarth London E8, UK
Oct 10, 2019
Permanent
Communications plays a vital role in support of ClientEarth's work using the law to ensure a healthy future for the planet and all who live on it. We know that by amplifying the work of our lawyers and environmental experts we can influence decision-making and drive real, long-lasting change. We are recruiting a new team member to help us deliver our marketing communications strategy, to help deliver our powerful story and to build the public support we need to achieve our goals. As our Digital Marketing Officer you will focus on managing and enhancing our web presence, including our websites and social media channels. You will have a key role to play in the redevelopment of our website and in delivering engaging stories, features and news that communicates the power and value of our work. You will also provide marketing and digital communications advice and support to the wider team and the organisation as a whole to help achieve ClientEarth's objectives. This role sits within our growing and ambitious communications function, which includes communications, political, campaigning, marketing and supporter engagement specialists working across five European offices. As well as delivering effective and outcome-focused marketing communications, this role will also support our ongoing efforts to continually improve the standard and effectiveness of communications work at ClientEarth. You will be expected to think creatively and use the full suite of communications tools to change, amplify our message and draw support to our cause. Role requirements You will work with the Head of Marketing Communications and the wider marketing team to develop and deliver out our marketing communications strategy, as part of our wider communications strategy. Help develop a 'create once, publish everywhere' approach to content Help develop and deliver compelling supporter journeys to encourage individuals to deepen their engagement with ClientEarth Create and disseminate the resources and content necessary to maintain a strong external image for ClientEarth Work on delivering regular campaigns to increase the number of ClientEarth's supporter contacts, including the creation and delivery of email campaigns Work in-house and with external agencies to develop our online presence and activity to increase reach, engagement and interaction Maintain, update and develop ClientEarth's websites and other owned channels including drafting copy, uploading and editing articles and liaising with our external developers for technical support Expand and improve on our digital marketing activities, including social media, email campaigns, audio-visual content and other creative assets Monitor and evaluate the impact of our digital work to make sure we are deploying our resources effectively Help coordinate the digital work of the wider communications team Stay abreast of trends, developments and opportunities, advising the team on how we can most effectively use these to achieve our strategic objectives. Offer strategic advice to colleagues on digital communications issues and approaches, ensuring that they make the most of the communications opportunities to enhance the impact of their work. Work with others in the Communications function to continually improve our output and processes, and develop innovative new approaches that can be replicated across other areas of ClientEarth's communications work. Help with invoicing and other finance and non-finance administration tasks for the team. Further Information Click on the apply button and you will be directed to our vacancy page. ClientEarth is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. Please note that ClientEarth will only be able to employ those who have the legal right to work in the country where this post is based.
£43,603 yearly
Royal National Institute of Blind People Judd Street, London WC1H 9NE, UK
Oct 10, 2019
Permanent
This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced Digital Product Manager to take a high-ownership role across a multichannel, digital product. All in all, you will support the drive to bring structure, consensus, rigour, discipline and quality to how the organisation plans and manages digital projects and products. Based in London, the post will involve some travelling to other RNIB locations throughout the UK. Digital Product Manager Responsibilities: RNIB’s digital operations are undergoing a substantial review and realignment. As an essential component to delivering our organisational goals, there has never been a more exciting time to join the digital team and be at the heart of the organisations plans. In this role the Digital Product Manager will have responsibility for the digital customer experience and will act as platform lead for key digital products. The role will ensure that the development of digital products adheres to best practice, are aligned to business goals and strategies and delivers both customer and business value. Digital Product Manager Requirements: - Ideally, come from one of the following backgrounds: eCommerce, digital customer service, fundraising - Have CRM integration and eCRM management expertise - Be at ease managing stakeholders and adding credibility to the Product division - Own and manage the plan and delivery of product backlogs - Manage the product lifecycle from discovery to delivery - Be tenacious and resilient, adept at overcoming obstacles to find solutions - Have an excellent understanding of UX / User Experience, product roadmaps and the digital development process - Ideally have business analysis and project management experience - Have experience of digital strategy. About RNIB Royal National Institute of Blind People: We’re the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) and we’re here for everyone affected by sight loss. Working for us means working for one of the UK’s biggest charities, supporting almost two million people living with sight loss in the UK. RNIB is committed to being led by our customers (blind and partially sighted people), and one of the ways we do this is through active involvement and engagement in many of our work activities, including the recruitment of new members of staff. Location:  London, WC1H 9NE Hours:  Full Time, Permanent, 36 hours per week Salary:  £43,603 per annum (Including London Weighting) Benefits : In exchange we offer a competitive salary, a stimulating and supportive working environment and a benefits package including: 26 days holiday per year (plus bank holidays), which increase with service. Excellent pension schemes. You may have experience of the following: Digital Project Manager, Technical Project Manager, IT Project Manager, Ecommerce Product Manager, Digital Product Manager, Ecommerce Manager, Project Manager, Product Manager, Technical Product Manager, Customer Experience Manager, Charity, Third Sector, NFP, etc.
£23,874 - £24,473 yearly
Consumers International Highbury East, London, UK
Oct 10, 2019
Permanent
We are looking for a Communications Coordinator with exceptional communication and organisational skills to play a key role in communicating with our members and external stakeholders, to raise the profile of Consumers International and the work we do to protect and empower consumers globally.  As Communications Coordinator, you will play an essential role in building organisational understanding of the global external environment and how it relates to the key topics we work on. You will then take this insight forward into our internal and external communications. You will also act as a standard keeper for our written and designed materials and co-ordinate production of print and online communications. Responsibilities will include creating and circulating our monthly eNewsletter, providing support with the delivery of engaging content across our website and social media channels, and helping to create content for upcoming events. Please note : A detailed covering letter with your CV  is an essential part of your application for this role , please read the job description thoroughly and highlight in your letter how your skills and experience match each criteria shown in the person specification. The job description can be downloaded from the Consumers International site.
£35,903 yearly
Stonewall Islington, London, UK
Oct 10, 2019
Contract
Take our mission of acceptance without exception to the organisations lesbian, gay, bi and trans people work for and the services they use. For the last thirty years, Stonewall has been working to achieve equality for lesbian, gay, bi and trans people. As a charity we rely on the generosity of private individuals, communities and organisations. Without it, none of what we do would be possible. Join us as our Workplace Resources and Digital Engagement Manager and develop and help drive real change across a wide range of organisations spanning public, private and third sectors. Reporting to the Director of Memberships Operations you’ll focus on delivering engaging and impactful portfolio of core resources to engage Stonewall’s Diversity Champions members. Working closely with the Index and Benchmarking Manager, you will be responsible for creating and driving Stonewall’s knowledge base of workplace LGBT inclusion practice across all departments. As the Workplace Resources and Digital Engagement Manager you will line manage a small team who are responsible for Diversity Champion Digital engagement and copywriting. This role provides an excellent opportunity to develop your skillset and step up as an ally and role model. It’s a varied role in a dynamic environment so you’ll need to be fully up to speed with the principles of budget management, LGBT workplace inclusion and effective resource creation. You will have extensive experience of working to develop and deliver innovative new ways to share knowledge particularly through digital platforms in order to increase engagement. We welcome applications from everyone and actively seek a diverse range of applicants, so if you have the right mix of skills and experience and a passion for LGBT equality, we want to hear from you. Please complete and return the application and recruitment analysis form by 10.00am on Monday 21st October 2019. Interviews will follow on the week commencing 28th October 2019.
£45,000 yearly
Locality Old Street, London, UK
Oct 10, 2019
Contract
Build a fairer society……unlock your potential with Locality. Locality is recruiting. We are the national network supporting community organisations to be strong and successful. We seek to recruit diverse talent to deliver our mission. We have a fantastic opportunity for: A Digital Marketing & Communications Manager - covering maternity leave and expected to last for around 10 months. You will lead our communications team and be responsible for planning and operational oversight of our marketing and brand activities. This also includes leading on our marketing consultancy offer, and being responsible for our events and media relations. This post is likely to need to be based in the London office for much of the time. However, we have a wide range of flexible working arrangements, so do let us know if you have other ideas for how this might be managed. The salary for this post is £45,000 per annum. Our staff tell us the best thing about working for Locality is the people; both within the organisation and outside of it. Locality is particularly keen to hear from people from ethnic minority backgrounds and those disabilities as these groups are under-represented in our workforce. We want a diverse team to reflect the diversity of the communities we work with. We work with amazing and talented individuals who want to change the world through the power of community; if you’re one too, apply for this post. Closing date: 10am on 22nd October 2019 Other titles for this position may include Digital Marketing Manager, Marketing Manager, Communications Manager, Marketing Communications Manager, Marcoms Manager, or Digital Communications Manager. 
£40,000 yearly
Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund London W1B, UK
Oct 09, 2019
Contract
The Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund is the leading welfare charity supporting current and former members of the RAF, their partners and families, providing practical, emotional and financial support, whenever they need us.  This is a key position in the RAF Benevolent Fund’s friendly and hardworking fundraising team in London.  It involves raising significant support from individuals from cash and regular gifts.  You will lead on the programme to attract new supporters to the cause and to retain our exiting supporters.  We will also give you opportunity to show your fundraising experience and flair in creating new ways to connect with supporters through a variety of channels from direct mail and telephone to TV and digital.  You will have proven success in a busy direct marketing environment, experience of providing excellent supporter care as well as managing a member of staff.  You will have strong communication and problem-solving skills and enthusiasm for the work of the RAF Benevolent Fund. A detailed job profile is available on the Fund’s website. For an informal discussion about the role please contact Louise Gibson, Head of Individual Giving. To apply, please send your CV together with a covering letter detailing why you believe you are suitable for this role to, Pete Thompson, Head of HR, RAF Benevolent Fund, 67 Portland Place, W1B 1AR, email. The closing date for applications is Monday 28th October 2019 at 17:00. Interviews will be held Friday 1st November 2019. Please note that due to the high number of applications expected, only candidates shortlisted for interview will be notified. The Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund is a Registered Charity (No. 1081009) which encourages applications from all sections of the community 1.  MAIN SUMMARY OF ROLE: Support from individuals through the direct marketing programme is a significant source of income and the programme has been instrumental in identifying legacy pledgers and supporters for other areas of the RAF Benevolent Fund’s work.  The person in this role has responsibility for organising all aspects of the direct marketing programme and managing the Fundraising Executive. 2.  KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: Set income and expenditure budgets for supporter recruitment and development in line with the Fundraising Strategy and annual Business Plan. Manage the Fundraising Executive and ensure he or she meets annual objectives. To maintain, monitor, review and develop relationships with external agencies and suppliers.  Ensure they meet the agreed Service Level Agreement. Brief and provide information to the Direct Marketing agency for each Direct Marketing activity. Monitor the income and expenditure of each activity against the agreed targets Regularly review the mix of Direct Marketing activities to ensure maximum reach and targets are met. Working with Finance Team colleagues ensure one-off and regular donations processed by the fulfilment house are added to the database. Make selections from the database for mailings and produce suppression files for cold direct mail. Liaise with other members of staff to ensure the needs of the organisation are met through the Direct Marketing programme in terms of promoting appropriate activities/events and raising money for particular areas of work. Ensure head office and regional colleagues are kept up to date with current Direct Marketing activity Ensure revenue from gift aid is maximised. Produce reports on KPI’s for the Head of Individual Giving when required. Manage the Direct Marketing budget to ensure we receive good value from suppliers and projects are met within the pre-agreed expenditure. Other To ensure implementation of all relevant Fund policies and procedures To attend meetings, conferences and training events as agreed with you line manager. Such other duties as may reasonably be required. COMPETENCIES REQUIRED FOR THE ROLE Essential Relating and Networking  - establishing good relationships with colleagues, beneficiaries and external contacts, relating well to people at all levels Persuading and influencing – analysing data, probing for further information and making rational judgements from the available information and analysis Writing and reporting – writing clearly and succinctly, in a well-structured and logical way Applying expertise and technology – applying specialist knowledge and developing expertise through continual professional development Planning and Organising – managing time effectively, meeting deadlines and prioritising workload Desirable Achieving personal work goals and objectives – accepting and tackling goals with enthusiasm and demonstrating a strong work ethic Adapting and responding to change – demonstrating flexibility in adapting to changing circumstances, accepting new ideas QUALIFICATION(S), KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED FOR THE ROLE 4.  Academic/Professional Qualification(s) or equivalent : Essential Degree level education or equivalent vocational qualifications/experience Desirable Membership of the Institute of Fundraising 5.  Knowledge/ Experience: Essential Minimum 2 years experience of direct marketing Proven experience of supporter care Proven experience of using a computerised data for fundraising Desirable Experience of on-line supporter recruitment and development Experience of using the CARE Database 6.  Skills/Abilities: Essential Able to communicate effectively, empathetically, concisely and confidently on the telephone, in writing and in person to a wide and varied audience Able to manage and prioritise own workload Have budgetary and financial skills Excellent interpersonal skills Be committed to the values and ethos to the RAFBF

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