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£24,000 yearly
British Heart Foundation Camden, London, UK
Jul 23, 2019
Permanent
Are you data minded and have a keen eye for detail?  Do you want to make a real difference the work of one of the UK's largest charities? About the role The OneCRM team is crucial to maximising fundraising revenue for the BHF by providing data insight to our fundraising and marketing teams. In a role which has an enormous impact on all of the work that BHF does, we're recruiting a Data Assistant to assist our OneCRM team with various marketing activities by providing effective data management, data retrieval and reporting. You'll assist with the day to day running of the Data Ops team by: * Clearing exceptions on regular data imports * Running simple selections * Helping to import and export data effectively into and from our central database - Blackbaud CRM. Supporting the testing of data extracts and imports for campaigns, you'll also have the opportunity to assist with peer review, checks and data cleansing on data selections. About you With excellent attention to detail and good problem solving attributes, you'll tend to take the initiative on tasks.  You'll also have: * Strong Excel skills (Vlookup, formulas etc.) * Excellent communication skills  * Experience of planning and prioritising your own work to agreed deadlines * An aptitude for improving processes and investigating issues where required. Experience in a previous role would be beneficial, but we're really looking for people with the skills above more than anything else. About us The British Heart Foundation (BHF) is the nation's heart charity with a mission to lead the fight for every heartbeat through pioneering cardiovascular research. We fund thousands of scientists in the UK carrying out cardiovascular research and our work has been central to the discoveries of vital treatments that are helping to change the face of the UK's fight against heart disease.
£30,000 yearly
Sightsavers Haywards Heath, West Sussex, UK
Jul 23, 2019
Contract
Want to use your digital design skills to help improve the lives for some of the world’s most disadvantaged people? We are looking for a Digital Designer to join us. Salary: c£30,000 pro rata – three days per week, six month contract. Sightsavers is one of the UK’s largest charities and works in over 30 countries to protect sight and campaign for the inclusion of people with disabilities in all areas of life. The Digital Designer will work alongside our other designers to support with user experience design and the creation of a broad range of digital materials that communicate Sightsavers’ vision and mission to our key audiences and the wider public. About the role: This is a three days per week, six month contract role. Whilst there is some flexibility around the days worked, these will ideally include Tuesdays and Thursdays. About you: We are looking for a Digital Designer with: Experience working in web and broader digital design. Strong graphic design skills. Advanced skills using design and digital software (Adobe Creative Studio, Content Management Systems, prototyping tools such as InVision or Adobe XD) and knowledge of CSS, HTML and JavaScript best practice. Some experience with motion graphics would be welcome. High levels of attention to detail. Comfortable working to deadline on multiple tasks. A passion for design in communications. A relevant design degree or equivalent work experience. An understanding of and commitment to equality of opportunity for disabled people. To learn more, please download the job description. We anticipate that interviews, to include presentation of a design task, will take place on Thursday 15 August at our offices in Haywards Heath.
£75,000 - £80,000 yearly
Dorothy House Hospice Care Bradford-on-Avon BA15, UK
Jul 23, 2019
Permanent
“ a society where death is part of life” – a reality  not  just a phrase To c£80k plus staff benefits A unique and exciting opportunity for an exceptional and Inspirational leader. Dorothy House is an organisation driven to provide the very best care and support to patients, families and carers across our 700 sq miles. Over the last 40 + years we have supported and cared for over 45,000 patients, carers and families. We are innovative and pioneering and deliver exceptional care as  recognised by our ‘Outstanding’ rating from the Care Quality Commission. We have a vision and bold plans for the future. Our inspirational Marketing and Engagement Team make sure the DHHC voice is heard, whether it be digital, in the press locally, regionally and nationally. And we have a lot to say. Extraordinary human stories of people living with end of life diagnosis. Inspiring stories of past achievements and future plans that remind us how much work there is still to do with a charitable heart yet with a commercial brain. We seek a dynamic Director with confidence to play a critical role in delivering our ambitious strategy “Everyday, Everyone” where our vision is “to create a society where Death is a part of Life” and a mission “where everyone will have access to outstanding end of life care” which is bold, innovative and sector leading.  The successful candidate will enable the delivery of outstanding services by developing a comprehensive and innovative marketing and engagement strategy and philosophy that delivers sustainable growth in our fundraising.  Delivering on a budget of nearly £6m is significant responsibility The  Role , as a member of ET, is to shape, fashion and execute a marketing and engagement strategy through dedicated communication and fundraising teams. The  remit  is strategic and the  requirement s for holistic engagement, including a customer-led approach across the teams, delivering a coherent, integrated narrative across the media/channel mix. The  responsibility  is to exceed the business plans in terms of fundraising and giving. Dynamic and pioneering are over-used words, but here they apply  not only  to the candidate sought, but to the organisation and the environment within which it operates. Approachable and visible, you will be required to provide decisive leadership across these areas in a period of change for the Hospice and the wider sector as a whole. We deliver outstanding care and our intent is to be the beacon “Go To” organisation for the provision of high quality, renowned palliative and end of life care. Closing date: 6 August 2019 Stage 1 interviews: 13 August or 16 August 2019
£31,960 - £37,600 yearly
Save the Children Farringdon, London, UK
Jul 23, 2019
Permanent
We are looking for a security focused IT Professional to join us as  IT Security Analyst . You will conduct vulnerability assessments, monitor systems, networks and Web services for potential system breaches. You will research security trends and new methods and techniques used in unauthorised access of data to pre-empt and eliminate the possibility of a system breach. As well as technology specific training you will also be mentored by a qualified Information Security professional. Working in more than 120 countries, we do whatever it takes to create breakthroughs in the way the world treats children. Our Support Services department provides leadership and direction in the business of running an efficient organisation and ensuring our resources are used to maximum effect. Together, we save children’s lives, fight for their rights and help them fulfil their potential. You will act as first line security event analyst, monitoring the Security Information and Event Management System whilst monitoring the alarm console, providing initial analysis of logs and network traffic and making security event determinations on alarm severity, escalation and response routing. You will deliver first level investigation and remediation activities as a member of the Security Incident Response Team and participate in Security Incident Response Team (SIRT) events. In addition you will: Conduct research and assessments of security events Provide analysis of firewall, IDS, anti-virus and other network sensor produced events and present findings as input to SIRT Participate in a Compliance/Vulnerability Assessment Scanning Capability, following a documented process for routine scanning of Inmarsat infrastructure and network elements Monitor threat and vulnerability news services for any relevant information that may impact installed infrastructure Help provide data protection and security guidance to the wider business. To be successful in this role you will have a sound knowledge of IT security best practice, common attack types and detection or prevention methods and have an understanding of performing 1st level analysis and interpretation of information from SOC. With the ability to take a balanced pragmatic approach to decision making you will have strong attention to detail and be able to guide technical discussions with both technical and non-technical audiences. You will also have demonstrable experience of analysing and interpreting system, security and applications logs in order to diagnose faults and spot abnormal behaviours. In addition you will have: Experience using common network or security devices, such a routers, switches, hubs, firewalls or SIEMS Knowledge of information security frameworks including ISO 2700x, NIST and CESG advised best practice Knowledge of information security audit techniques, including management and testing of IT controls frameworks Experience in Tenable Network Security Nessus, BeyondTrust Retina or similar Vulnerability Assessment scanner operations for identifying network and platform risks and mis-configurations Excellent written, oral and presentation skills. 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. Our mission is to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives. If you share our mission, are passionate about making it happen and strongly believe you can contribute then join us and we'll give you every opportunity to succeed. We look forward to hearing from you.
£22,000 - £24,000 yearly
Coram London WC1N, UK
Jul 23, 2019
Permanent
Coram is a progressive and responsive children’s charity. Established in 1739 by Royal Charter, the UK’s oldest children’s charity draws upon a distinguished history and reputation for contemporary practice and creates better chances for children. With some 400 staff, a distinctive headquarters near King’s Cross and a dynamic group structure, we are a successful and professional organisation which strives to maximise the reach and impact for children through leadership and innovation. Coram’s Individual Giving Team is going from strength to strength and utilises a diverse range of fundraising methods and platforms, and has a willingness to embrace new ideas. About the role Coram is currently seeking a Direct Marketing Assistant. This is a crucial position and we are looking for a very strong candidate to support the Individual Giving team. You will be a confident administrator with a good background in supporter care and used to working with a database, (preferably Raiser’s Edge, although training will be provided). You must have a passion for dealing with supporters with empathy and compassion. You will also support the Individual Giving Manager in delivering successful Direct Marketing appeals. In addition, you will be able to plan, manage conflicting priorities and deliver to targets and deadlines. Excellent communication skills, an attention to detail and a flexible work ethic are essential. This varied and interesting role is an excellent opportunity for someone looking to expand their existing customer service and database skills as well as learning new disciplines. Coram is based on our Bloomsbury campus, between Holborn and Kings Cross in central London. Please see the Job Description and Person Specification to understand more about the role and to see if it the ideal role for you. To apply, please click on the 'apply now' button to be redirected to the application form. Please note CV's will not be accepted as we only accept completed application forms. Closing date: 12pm, Monday 5th August 2019 Interviews: To be confirmed Coram is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. Registered Charity No. 312278.
£36,342 yearly
Amnesty International Shoreditch, London, UK
Jul 23, 2019
Contract
Amnesty International is renowned and respected in the world for promoting and protecting human rights. Our staff’s dedication and talent has changed and saved countless lives so, as part of our Fundraising department, your work will change lives too. About the role In this key role working closely with the Supporter Acquisition Manager you’ll help to deliver effective direct marketing strategy to recruit new donors and members for Amnesty International UK. That means managing specific marketing projects through areas such as telemarketing, prize led, email, F2F, paid social and PPC forecasting the expected costs and setting income targets, as well as liaising with external suppliers to ensure everything runs smoothly.During this contract the post holder will focus on growing and optimising our digital acquisition programme. You’ll also be working to diversify our channel mix. About you To rise to the challenge, you’ll need experience of managing Acquisition fundraising projects, backed up by a broad understanding of the principles around direct and digital marketing. Strong planning and scheduling skills mean you’ll have no problem handling multiple projects, while the ability to analyse and interpret numerical/statistical data will stand you in good stead. And since you'll be building relationships with external agencies as well as other Amnesty UK staff, excellent communication skills are vital. This role has a focus on digital, so ideally, you’ll have experience of working on these channels. About us Our aim is simple: an end to human rights abuses. Independent, international and influential, we campaign for justice, freedom and truth wherever they’re denied. Amnesty International is a global movement of more than 7 million people who campaign for a world where human rights are enjoyed by all. Our supporters are outraged by human rights abuses but inspired by hope for a better world - so we work to improve human rights through campaigning and international solidarity. We reach almost every country in the world and have:  • more than 2 million members and supporters who drive forward our fight for rights  • more than 5 million activists who strengthen our calls for justice Whether we’re applying pressure through powerful research or direct lobbying, mass demonstrations or online campaigning, we’re all inspired by hope for a better world. One where human rights are respected and protected by everyone, everywhere.
£18,000 - £19,000 yearly
UK Men's Sheds Association Remote (Home Based)
Jul 23, 2019
Contract
We’re looking for someone to manage our website; promote events, news and other announcements on social media and edit our newsletter and information help sheets. This role will be pivotal in continuing the UKMSA’s growth and sustainability and will support the development of the Shed movement, Sheds and Shedders. In this role you will be responsible for Managing our website and brand aligning all content for the website (via WordPress) adhering to the visual identity and tone of voice of the organisation Ensuring that the digital ecosystem is integrated with all other digital channels Keeping the website up to date and being aware of any trends and UX (User Experience) updates Maximising potential on all digital channels including email and social media Ensuring website is optimised for high SEO (Social Engine Optimisation) Website performance analysis via Google Analytics Developing content and case studies into articles and information toolkits for Shedders Edit and manage ‘Shoulder to Shoulder’, the digital newsletter of UKMSA Support the activation of agreements with partners from the third sector and corporate organisations Manage and deliver bespoke projects to deliver the strategic outcomes of UKMSA You will be ideally suited for this position if you are:- Able to engage with the Shed community Educated to degree level or possess relevant digital communications and website management experience Able to demonstrate digital communications experience in content writing and editing Experienced in CMS (Content Management System), preferably WordPress Knowledgeable in Good Analytics, Google AdWords, SEO, PPC, CSS and HTML Able to demonstrate digital communications project management experience Able to communicate effectively and write creatively to engage target audiences Able to work on your own initiative and in a team. To apply for this role, which may include occasional evening and weekend work, please send your CV, together with a 45 second digital creation (.mov file or similarly accessible format) as to "Why Men’s Sheds are important" to Laura Winkley, Membership and Support Officer. Closing date: 11 August 2019 The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
£28,000 - £32,000 yearly
Stronger Together Remote (Home Based)
Jul 23, 2019
Permanent
Do you have demonstrable experience of developing and implementing UK and global communication strategies? Do you have a track record of driving engagement? Can you maximise media coverage? If you are passionate about communications and proactively supporting businesses to act responsibly this could be the role for you! We are looking for an experienced Communications Manager to join our team, and enthusiastic individual who is a self-starter, able to take forward projects with minimal supervision and who is motivated by results and with the initiative, creativity and drive to increase our programmes’ profile across both the UK and internationally. You will be responsible for the strategy and delivery of communications and marketing for Stronger Together, and the Responsible Recruitment Toolkit, Clearview and Fast Forward programmes, a group of initiatives all aimed at creating systemic human rights change in global supply chains.  The role is varied with opportunity to devise strategy and plans across the range of communications disciplines, implement them and try out new ideas. You will work remotely, but in direct cooperation with the UK, USA, South Africa and Spain teams to support their communications needs. You will be responsible for increasing our online and offline profile, and driving engagement with and expansion of our network. The post holder will have a great eye for a story, excellent writing and reviewing skills and the ability to develop compelling and targeted content for both on and offline communications, great knowledge how the media works, how to maximise CRM functionality, and a good eye for detail and for design. You will be adept at managing and maintaining effective internal and external relationships with different teams and partners. If you are interested in applying please click the ' Apply button ' and send your CV along with a covering letter no more than 2 pages long. 
£26,780 yearly
Charity Finance Group London N1, UK
Jul 23, 2019
Contract
We are a small team with a big remit, and we’re looking for someone to co-ordinate the delivery of our ambitious marketing plans for the next six months. With previous experience in marketing within the voluntary or public sectors, or a membership organisation, you will be looking to take your next step in your marketing career. We're looking for someone who is well organised, unflappable, creative, analytical, focused on results and can demonstrate attention to detail. We are a friendly team with a great sense of humour that enjoys the work that we do. There is lots of potential for development for talented individuals within CFG, and we can provide an excellent platform for career progression within the sector. We also offer a superb range of benefits including a generous pension contribution, flexible working, season ticket loans and childcare vouchers. How to apply Please head over to our website to download the full job description and person specification and for more information on how to submit your CV and cover letter.  Deadline for applications: We will be reviewing candidates as and when we receive CVs and will appoint as soon as we meet the right person. Therefore, to avoid disappointment please apply early. This position is available immediately. For information on the data we process during recruitment, please see our GDPR compliant Privacy Notice on our website. 

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