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Daryl Upsall Consulting International Remote
Mar 31, 2020
Contract
Fundraising Manager ( P4) – Digital -  Private Fundraising and Partnerships Location:   Geneva, Switzerland Reporting to:   Chief Individual Giving – P5 Annual salary:   This is a P4 post on the UN Salary scales (see below for more details) Background UNICEF is looking for an exceptional Global Digital Fundraising Manager to lead UNICEF on a digital transformation journey to grow revenues and make an impact on children’s lives around the world. In this role, you will lead and inspire a global team of digital specialists, working with fundraising teams across more than 50 countries. You will be a part of the Individual Giving team based in Geneva: a highly committed and performance-driven team responsible for overseeing a fundraising programme that delivers over one billion dollars of income every year. UNICEF is at an exciting time as it expands its digital footprint, and we need a leader with a big vision and an even bigger drive for results. If you are up to the challenge, this role is an opportunity to take UNICEF’s fundraising to the next level.   UNICEF is one of the most admired organizations globally, impacting the lives of children in almost every country of the world. Your work with UNICEF will enable this life-saving and critical work in the most direct way - by raising money that lets us help the most difficult to reach. Come and join the UNICEF family and help us achieve our ambitious goals for digital transformation. Come and help save and nurture children’s lives. Purpose of Role This role will provide strategic and tactical leadership to National Committees and country offices across all areas of digital fundraising and engagement, driving best practice with the ultimate aim of maximizing short- and long-term income for UNICEF from digital channels and platforms. The incumbent will be responsible for driving the growth and integration of digital fundraising and engagement in UNICEF and will provide vision and leadership for UNICEF in this fast-moving area.   Key business areas will be digital acquisition, retention and value maximization; pledge (monthly donors); one off cash giving; fundraising from individuals in emergencies; legacy marketing, support of global and market led digital campaigning, and through collaboration with corporate partners. The incumbent will help accelerate the UNICEF network of markets and HQ on the creation of optimized portfolios, including paid digital media, social media, testing, and digital attribution and integration with traditional channels are examples of key areas of focus for this post. UNICEF aims to become an industry leader in the use of digital technologies to both support and drive its fundraising and digital engagement. In addition, the incumbent should have a profound understanding of how to create monetized value throughout the supporter journey and be able to provide guidance on global initiatives for National Committees and country offices. Summary of key functions/accountabilities: Manage the digital team Lead and manage the digital team in Geneva (currently 6 people) and make sure we reach our overall fundraising goals as well as our digital channel goals. Ensure continuous development of the team and their skillset. Strategy and Planning Lead, monitor and continuously develop the global digital strategy for UNICEF’s fundraising and public engagement with supporters and donors. Ensure effective planning and strategic adjustments based on monitoring performance and the evolution of key performance indicators. Support the assessment, monitoring and evaluation of the performance of digital activities funded by Private Fundraising and Partnerships investment funds, and support markets and units with investment funds applications when digital is a core channel. Specialists, Consultants and Agency management This role will be responsible for the management of a digital specialist’s team, as well as consultants working in different regions around the world. It will also involve the management of recruitment of staff and consultants. The manager will also manage procurement processes to secure the access to the right digital tools and creative agencies to work either locally or globally. Direct market support In close collaboration with Market Development and Regional Support Centres, provide strategic guidance and technical support to UNICEF National Committees and country offices on digital strategies and optimize digital programs. This includes the development of a set of digital activities to drive the growth of digital income in priority UNICEF fundraising markets.  Identify suitable programs for investment from Private Fundraising and Partnerships. Advise on global investment allocation and support the development of investment applications, as well as the subsequent implementation and monitoring of these programs. Coordinate multi-market tests. Support countries to develop their business cases and investment applications. Monitor results and reporting, and test projected new markets fundraising tests centrally. Driving best in class fundraising Lead UNICEF’s work on digital attribution, dash boarding and benchmarking to ensure that the utilization of investment and reporting of results in digital fundraising is accurate and strategic. Closely monitor digital performance across markets to identify UNICEF’s greatest opportunities for digital income growth to help guide the use of digital support to UNICEF offices. Lead in defining and testing new business opportunities driven by digital. Work closely together with other teams in UNICEF, especially the other specialists in Individual Giving, to make sure UNICEFs initiatives are integrated and derive maximum synergies across channels. Knowledge management Strategically facilitate the sharing of best practice between digital fundraising and engagement practitioners in UNICEF, via workshops, webinars, and fundraising intranet and on an ad-hoc basis. Create & share global resources with a specific focus on Supporter Engagement, organic and paid digital media, including paid search and display advertising. Maintain high levels of expertise Track the global developments in digital fundraising and engagement across the NGO sector, both inside and outside UNICEF, especially maintaining relationships with key contacts in the digital and fundraising industry. Ensure continuous local testing, collate learnings and apply to UNICEF programs to maximise results. Network with industry experts and keep track of competitor activities. Develop relationships with external experts and engage as relevant if workload becomes excessive or market specific strategic opportunities arise. Oversee the appointment of external consultants and service providers ensuring all due diligence is followed in selecting and managing external providers. Support for emergency fundraising In addition to these duties, the incumbent will also provide support to markets in the event of a significant media-driven emergency. Furthermore, the incumbent will remain sensitive to risk in the programs that he/she is supporting and escalate as necessary. Profile Experience Minimum 8 years of digital marketing and fundraising experience, 4 of which at a senior level. Must have had agency experience managing paid digital media campaigns including the use of paid display, retargeting, search engine, mobile and email marketing. Must have led a digital program at either a commercial agency or have been the Director of Digital within a commercial or non-profit organization. Experience in attribution of marketing channels is an asset. Thinking digital first is a must, and experience and knowledge of integrated campaigns is an advantage. Knowledge of the UN system is an advantage. Preference will be given to candidates with international digital fundraising experience and those candidates who have worked on both agency and client side. Education Advanced university degree in Social Sciences, Humanities, Business Administration or related field. A first level university degree in combination with qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree. Languages Fluency in English is required Proficiency in another UN language an advantage. Additional Comments This is a P4 post on the UN Salary scales.   To find out more about what this means, please visit the UN site on Salaries and Post Adjustment: http://www.un.org/Depts/OHRM/salaries_allowances UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organisation. To apply for the post Please send a letter of application stating the skills and approach that you would bring to the post with your CV/resume (no photos) in strict confidence by email only to Zoe Oldham at zoeoldham@darylupsall.com . Please ensure that they are sent as Word documents with the titles “ your name cover letter” and “ your name CV” Please put “ UNICEF Fundraising Manager Digital (P4)” in the email subject line. Also please let us know where you saw the post advertised. The deadline for applications is Sunday April 26th, 2020 18.00 GMT PLEASE NOTE: There will be a two-stage application process which means that candidates that fully meet the criteria above will be subsequently asked to complete a further online process within the UNICEF recruitment system  
£42,000 yearly
St Mungo's London, UK
Mar 31, 2020
Permanent
Are you looking for an opportunity where your skills will make a difference in helping to end homelessness and rebuild lives? Can you help St Mungo’s tell the story of our work in compelling ways to a wide variety of audiences? We are looking for a Digital Communications Manager to join our Communications and Marketing Team. In this new role you will help St Mungo’s grow our reach and influence to achieve our vision that everyone should have a place to call home and be able to fulfil their hopes and ambitions. About the role Our marketing and communications team plays a crucial role in telling the story of our work and its impact, building our profile, our brand and managing our reputation. As part of our ongoing commitment to increasing awareness and understanding of our work, we are expanding and reshaping the team to enable us to adopt a more strategic, pro-active and integrated approach to our communications and marketing activities. We are looking for an experienced Digital Manager to lead the digital element of our communications and marketing strategy, increasing our reach and deepening engagement. This will involve creating and embedding channel strategies for each digital platform, evaluating digital impact and pro-actively monitoring and responding to social media activity, working closely with the communications team to create compelling and effective online content across all platforms including the website. You will also provide line management to a small team, oversee budget, work with external suppliers and collaborate and co-ordinate with other key stakeholders across the organisation. This role is normally office based but with flexibility in terms of working from home and working hours. What we are looking for The successful candidate will have a track record of devising digital strategies integrated with other channels, working with social media, creating online content and using digital analytics. As well as experience in leading and managing people. In order to excel in this busy role you will also have first rate organisational skills with the ability to prioritise competing reactive and longer term tasks.  Excellent communication and influencing skills are essential, as you will be required to work collaboratively with people at all levels of the organisation. You will also need to be an expert user of including social media platforms, web systems, video and Microsoft packages What we offer Excellent Development and Growth Opportunities St Mungo’s employees are encouraged to consider opportunities to develop new skills or progress including; secondments, internal transfers, application to new roles in the organisation or just to get involved in various projects happening within the organisation. As a result last year 35% of our vacancies were filled by promotions. In 2019 we achieved  We Invest in People Gold  level accreditation and are one of just 3% of housing associations to achieve this standard;  82% of staff who took part in the IIP survey say St Mungo’s is a great place to work. A Diverse and Inclusive Work Place At St Mungo’s, equality, diversity and inclusion are central to the organisation's values and how we work. We are proud of our commitment to diversity and inclusion and have 7 great Diversity Networks to support clients and staff from different backgrounds so they are able to be their best selves. Our Networks include:  BAME, Carer’s and Parent’s, Lived Experience, LGBTQIA+, Disability Awareness, Irish and Women’s Action. Flexible Working and Other Benefits We are committed to maintaining your work/life balance. We offer 25 days annual leave, and operate a very popular Flexi Time scheme, which allows you to supplement your annual leave entitlement. After 5 years, staff annual leave entitlement increases to 28 days. St Mungo’s contribute 4% of your gross annual salary, and you are able to enrol in the Defined Contribution scheme following a successful probationary period in which the employer contribution is 6%. What we do At St Mungo’s our vision is that everyone has a place to call home and can fulfil their hopes and ambitions. As a homelessness charity and housing association, our clients are at the heart of what we do, and in 2019 we supported nearly 30,000 people who were either homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Our staff are crucial to making this happen. How to apply To view the job description and guidance on completing your application form, please click on the  document available  tab at the top of the advert page on our website.  Closing date: 10am on Monday 20 April 2020 Interview and Assessments will take place remotely on Wednesday 29 April or Friday 1 May  Please be advised that all appointments will be made on St Mungo’s current standard Terms and Conditions (T&Cs); this also applies to any internal candidates.
£11.00 hourly
SOFT UK Remote
Mar 30, 2020
Permanent
SOFT UK is a small charity which supports families affected by the rare genetic conditions Trisomy 18 (Edwards’ syndrome) and Trisomy 13 (Patau’s syndrome).   We also work with the NHS and in a range of multi-agency partnerships to raise the profile of Trisomy conditions, increase awareness of SOFT UK and its work and to provide training for healthcare professionals.  We are currently looking for an experienced, talented Operations Manager to join our small, dedicated team.   You will be a highly motivated and organised individual in what is a varied, busy, but rewarding post for the right person. The post offers the flexibility of home working and flexible hours. The hours are 16hrs per week. SOFT UK is a National charity and candidates can be located anywhere in the UK. The primary duties of this role will be to manage the day to day operations of the charity, working with Communications Officer and a team of volunteers and Trustees.   Attention to detail will be key in this role, and the ideal candidate should have the following attributes: Previous experience of working in the charitable / voluntary sector and an understanding of supporting volunteers would be beneficial A self-starter, used to working with minimal direction and oversight. Previous experience of home working would be useful An effective communicator, used to dealing with a range of people, including Trustees, volunteers and families, and experience in a range of communication methods including social media Used to delivering against deadlines and working under pressure, with a ‘can do’ attitude We would encourage potential applicants to find out more via a telephone conversation with the Chair of Trustees.   Email jan.fowler@soft.org.uk to arrange and to obtain an application form. Information about Trisomy 13 & 18 and the work of SOFT UK can be found at our website at www.soft.org.uk Interviews for shortlisted candidates are expected to take place in May 2020  
£39,492 - £45,900 yearly
Greenpeace UK London N1, UK
Mar 20, 2020
Permanent
Greenpeace is an international non-profit global campaigning organisation. Our independence and global reach enable us to stand for positive change through action in order to defend nature and promote peace. We investigate and expose global environmental problems, confront those in positions of power and present alternative solutions. An outstanding opportunity has arisen for a creative Senior Direct Marketing Executive to support and deliver our ambitious digital acquisition programme using the paid social media channels Facebook and Instagram, including leading on audience-led content development and budget management. As part of a big push to reshape and grow our Fundraising Department and increase support for our causes, we are looking for a self-assured, project management focused Senior Direct Marketing Executive. You'll join the Supporter Recruitment Team, where you'll help bring in those much-needed supporters. Requirements The successful candidate will be an adaptable, target-driven individual whose highly enthused about our values and aims, is adept at utilising a range of marketing tactics, and has substantial experience in a digital marketing role. They will boast excellent communication, both written, verbal, numerical and ability to form great working relationships and motivate their colleagues. Here is an idea of who we are looking for. But even if you think you might not fit the description, we recommend you apply! Ample project management experience – in order to plan and deliver multi-channel marketing campaigns optimised for new supporters. Experience of designing direct response, audience-led content that inspires action, writing copy and creative briefs, working with video producers and social media content creators. An understanding of the principles of digital marketing and enthusiasm for fundraising. Comfortable using Facebook insight and reporting tools, and making data-led decisions. Experience of evaluating campaigns and sharing back insights with key stakeholders. A background in producing precise and accurate briefs and reports, and in evaluating and amending direct marketing copy and creative / design work. Excellent IT skills, highly organised, deadline-driven with the ability to keep accurate records and maintain systems. In this role you'll ensure our growth targets are met by maximising supporter recruitment opportunities through social media, taking responsibility for specific marketing campaigns and focusing on lead generation and conversion. We can offer you a friendly, fast-paced, immensely rewarding working environment where creativity is encouraged and ideas are supported. You will have the opportunity to develop both personally and professionally, as you are able to take advantage of the wide range of learning and development opportunities available to our staff. We offer great benefits such as a generous pension scheme, subsidised lunches, free yoga, a wealth of well-being resources just to name a few. Take a look at our  Work for Greenpeace  pages to find out more about what it’s like to work for us and why you should apply! We are happy to consider flexible working requests as part of the recruitment process. To Apply For further information and details on how to apply, please follow the link to our website. Greenpeace UK is an inclusive and diversity-friendly employer. We value difference, promote equality and challenge discrimination, enhancing our organisational capability. We welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds and do not discriminate on the basis of disability, race, colour, ethnicity, gender, religion, sexual orientation, age or any other category protected by law. Greenpeace UK was recently awarded the National Equality Standard, one of the UK’s most rigorous accreditations for equality, diversity and inclusion. FIRST ROUND OF INTERVIEWS:  9 April 2020 SECOND ROUND OF INTERVIEWS: 20 April 2020
£28,600 - £36,934 yearly
British Science Association London SW7, UK
Mar 20, 2020
Permanent
Directorate:  External Relations Reporting to:  Head of Communications Responsible for:  Corporate Communications Officer Terms:  Full-time (35 hours per week), permanent. Requests for flexible working will be considered About the role The main purpose of this role is to develop and deliver a broad and engaging corporate communications strategy for the BSA to raise the profile of the organisation’s work and its spokespeople. Key responsibilities  The main responsibilities will be to:  Develop and deliver an integrated communications plan for the BSA, that supports the organisation’s mission, vision and purpose and highlights its focus on driving forward the equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) agenda for the science engagement sector; Manage a programme of profile-raising PR for the BSA and its spokespeople; Deliver the communications plans for our thought-leadership programmes, including the Huxley Summit; Be the custodian of our corporate brand, our corporate tone of voice and our owned social and digital corporate channels; Play an active role in evaluating the success of our communications campaigns; Collaborate with colleagues across the organisation on content & ideas for the various programmes we run.  About you The Corporate Communications Manager role would suit someone who has experience in delivering broad, multi-channel campaigns for stakeholder audiences. We’d expect that the successful candidate will have an interest in developing campaigns that can evoke behavioural change or influence audiences’ attitudes. They will also need to be able to contribute speaker ideas for high profile events, so an interest in current affairs is essential. The role would suit someone who has excellent communication and presentation skills, and would be confident acting as an ambassador for the organisation. Benefits  27 days holiday per annum plus bank holidays (pro-rata for part-time employees); Up to two days paid leave per year for significant voluntary commitments in support of professional and personal development, such as being a trustee of a charity or a school governor; Auto-enrolment pension scheme (currently 5% of salary from employee plus 3% from BSA); Up to five days’ unpaid leave per year (this is down to the Manager’s decision and ensuring it does not affect work); Life insurance from your first day; Occupational sick pay: up to six weeks’ full pay per year (pro-rata for part-time employees); Interest-free loan for season ticket, bike to work, and assisted study; Homeworking Wednesdays, subject to the needs of the BSA. To apply Please send a CV and covering letter (each of no more than two A4 pages) that summarises your interest in the role and details your ability to match the criteria. Applications should be made via this link:  https://recruit.smb.co.uk/vacancy.aspx?id=WWnAF6Wg6WRGtFpm   Interviews are due to take place on Thursday 16 or Friday 17 April 2020.  You will be informed as soon as possible after the application deadline whether you have been selected for interview. As part of the British Science Association’s commitment to being a Disability Confident employer, all disabled* applicants who meet the ‘essential criteria’ for this vacancy will be offered an interview under our guaranteed interview scheme. If you wish to apply under the guaranteed interview scheme, you will be asked to indicate this when you submit your application by selecting ‘yes’ in the relevant box when asked during the application process. Applicants do not need to state any further information or declare their disability at the application stage. Whether you are applying under the scheme or not, if you are successful in being shortlisted, we will ask candidates with disabilities or long-term health conditions to let us know if they need any adjustments during the recruitment process. If you have further questions or would like this information in a different format, please contact:  recruitment@britishscienceassociation.org   
£28,600 - £36,934 yearly
British Science Association London SW7, UK
Mar 20, 2020
Permanent
Directorate:  External Relations Reporting to:  Head of Communications Responsible for:  Communications Officer (Education) Terms:  Full-time (35 hours per week), permanent. Requests for flexible working will be considered About the role The main purpose of this role is to develop and deliver a broad and engaging communications strategy for the BSA’s Education programmes. This role will work closely alongside our Education team to deliver campaigns for teachers, educators and young people. Key responsibilities  The main responsibilities will be to:  Develop and deliver an integrated communications plan for the BSA’s Education programmes, that increases our reach and grows awareness amongst the intended audience; Work alongside colleagues in the Education team to deliver engaging campaigns for teachers, educators and young people; Commission and oversee a range of suppliers to deliver our communications strategy for education audiences, including our PR agency, designers, distribution agencies, and our digital and social media consultants; Be the custodian of the British Science Week and CREST Awards brands, including responsibility for messaging and tone of voice, ensuring all communications output is relevant and engaging for the intended audience; Play an active role in evaluating the success of our communications campaigns. About you The Communications Manager (Education) role would suit someone who has experience of delivering communications campaigns in the education sector or to a teacher audience. We’d recommend that an interest in developing innovative, digital content or products for diverse audiences would also be useful, as we are already delivering a lot of our content for schools online.  The successful candidate will need to create campaigns that make use of a range of channels, so a demonstrable interest in PR, marketing, digital and brand will be required. The role would suit someone who enjoys working collaboratively across different teams and departments to achieve results. Benefits  27 days holiday per annum plus bank holidays (pro-rata for part-time employees); Up to two days paid leave per year for significant voluntary commitments in support of professional and personal development, such as being a trustee of a charity or a school governor; Auto-enrolment pension scheme (currently 5% of salary from employee plus 3% from BSA); Up to five days’ unpaid leave per year (this is down to the Manager’s decision and ensuring it does not affect work); Life insurance from your first day; Occupational sick pay: up to six weeks’ full pay per year (pro-rata for part-time employees); Interest-free loan for season ticket, bike to work, and assisted study; Homeworking Wednesdays, subject to the needs of the BSA. To apply Please send a CV and covering letter (each of no more than two A4 pages) that summarises your interest in the role and details your ability to match the criteria. Applications should be made via this link:  https://recruit.smb.co.uk/vacancy.aspx?id=dJpGmuhKRhgs6GUp   Interviews are due to take place on Thursday 16 or Friday 17 April 2020.  You will be informed as soon as possible after the application deadline whether you have been selected for interview. As part of the British Science Association’s commitment to being a Disability Confident employer, all disabled* applicants who meet the ‘essential criteria’ for this vacancy will be offered an interview under our guaranteed interview scheme. If you wish to apply under the guaranteed interview scheme, you will be asked to indicate this when you submit your application by selecting ‘yes’ in the relevant box when asked during the application process. Applicants do not need to state any further information or declare their disability at the application stage. Whether you are applying under the scheme or not, if you are successful in being shortlisted, we will ask candidates with disabilities or long-term health conditions to let us know if they need any adjustments during the recruitment process. If you have further questions or would like this information in a different format, please contact:  recruitment@britishscienceassociation.org     
£31,500 yearly
Hearing Dogs for People Buckinghamshire, UK
Mar 17, 2020
Permanent
Overview: Ensure the successful production of marketing, fundraising and digital projects across the External Relations team. You will be expected to deliver your own projects, and line-manage the Production Team (made up of the Communications Executive and in-house Designer) and the Digital and Website Executive. Key Responsibilities: Maintain an overview of all production requirements; ensuring appropriate planning, creative, technical and distribution resources are allocated to each project. Develop, maintain and improve processes and systems to ensure projects are delivered efficiently, including the management of the marketing calendar and a team wide project management tool (Asana). Ensure all projects are delivered to a high creative quality, on time, and on budget. You will be responsible for managing your own projects and delegating relevant pieces of work. Manage, motivate and support your team. Ensure you, and your team, always prioritise the supporter experience. Oversee the successful fulfilment of our Puppy Sponsorship Scheme. Manage and develop our roster of preferred suppliers for print, design, artwork and digital. Oversee the photo library and online filing structure so other members of the Charity can easily find images and assets. Protect, develop and maintain guidelines for the Charity’s brands. Deliver marketing for events. Oversee and support members of your team in the organisation of events. Attend events as required (this will occasionally involve out of hours work). Perform tasks including: Developing briefs, creating and monitoring schedules, editing copy, reviewing design and artwork, managing print and production, briefing photographers, negotiating prices with suppliers, uploading content to our CMS, e-newsletter and social media channels, using our database to create lists and send communications, booking advertising, monitoring expenditure, and processing invoices. Create design and artwork files using Adobe Creative Suite (intermediate level) Person Specification A positive and helpful approach to work, understanding that the supporter experience is always at the heart of everything the team does. Dedicated with great attention to detail. Strong editing and proofing skills with a strong design eye. Excellent communication skills, building rapport and communicating effectively. Ability to deal effectively with people at all levels of the organisation, resolving conflicts successfully and learning from the experience. Experience of managing a team to ensure projects are delivered on time and on budget. Excellent project management skills, efficiently managing time and resources to meet strict deadlines. Experience of managing the production of print and digital activity with a high level of accuracy and attention to detail. Ability to work under pressure, use your initiative, and manage workload effectively in response to changing priorities and constraints, with minimum support. General Requirements of all staff Ensure compliance with GDPR and data protection As a charity, Hearing Dogs has a large network of volunteers based at both our training centres and spread nationwide. As such, you may be involved in working with and/or supervising volunteers in this role. To undergo training to a set level of deaf awareness and communication as required by the charity. Carrying out any other reasonable duties requested by your manager. This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. This is in relation to the Protection of Children and Vulnerable Adults. Applicants will therefore be required to disclose all convictions (spent and unspent), cautions, warnings and reprimands and any relevant non-conviction information. The successful candidate will be required to undertake a Criminal Records Bureau Disclosure Check under the terms of the Police Act 1997 (Part V). For operational reasons, the Charity reserves the right to transfer you to alternative duties. For this reason it is a condition of employment that you are willing to do so, if requested, from time to time. Interviews: w/c 27th April.
£31,000 - £37,000 yearly
Centre for Homelessness Impact Remote (Home Based)
Mar 16, 2020
Permanent
Shape the Centre’s implementation and design strategy, and help develop our groundbreaking evidence tools to build and improve the sector’s understanding of what works. Salary: £31,000 to £37,000 (pro rata if part time), depending on experience and location. Location: As a UK wide team we welcome applicants from anywhere in the UK. Both full time and part time considered. IN A NUTSHELL: You will be part of the small and ambitious team at the Centre for Homelessness Impact, overseeing and delivering services and products that support the sector to use data and evidence to end homelessness. WHY IS THIS ROLE IMPORTANT FOR THE CENTRE’S WORK The Centre has three strategic priorities: filling the gaps in evidence and making it accessible; supporting evidence and data to be applied in practice; and mobilising a learning culture across the field. As the Centre’s Implementation and Product Lead, you will work across all three areas, helping the team to learn about the people who we serve (our core users are policy-makers, service commissioners, funders and practitioners in the field of homelessness and beyond) and making sure we design and build effective, accessible and user-centric products and services. We are a What Works Centre that works with a startup spirit, and as a small team we strive to work in an open, collaborative, and optimistic way. The ideal team member would be someone who is comfortable hosting a user-testing session one day, facilitating a workshop with a local authority another day and working with a developer to build a new feature for our evidence tools on another. The Centre of Homelessness Impact values both rigorous science and human-centred design, meaning we seek to combine great user experience with solid evidence throughout all of our work. As well as drawing on the expertise within our team, we collaborate with best-in-class partners such as IDEO, Johns Hopkins University, the Campbell Collaboration and the Behavioural Insights Team. You will be responsible for: Developing, operating and continually improving our evidence tools Representing the voice of our users (i.e. policy-makers, service commissioners, funders and practitioners) on behalf of the team, and translating insights into opportunities for improvements to our products, programmes and overall offer to the field of homelessness Planning, delivering and facilitating workshops with users, stakeholders and partners Working with the Centre’s associates, freelance network and knowledge partners to bring in specialist expertise to support our work Helping shape the Centre’s approach to implementation by anticipating the needs of our users Collaborating with other What Works Centres to find opportunities to amplify our impact across policy fields Your experience and skills: You have 3-5 years of experience in a design-based role. You have excellent project management skills, know when to challenge, when to listen, and when to lead. You'll be able to build relationships and juggle users, clients, sector leaders and the Centre’s partners. Above all, you get stuff done. You’re a big picture thinker. You see opportunities where others see barriers, and you can confidently and optimistically articulate these opportunities to stakeholders and decision-makers. You have a proven track record of delivering user-oriented solutions. You are passionate about uncovering user needs, identifying opportunities and translating them into products, services or programmes that meet those needs effectively. You have experience delivering digital products or services, partnering with developers and designers, and leading product prioritisation and delivery of user-facing functionality. You are technically minded, and comfortable in technical conversations. You think laterally, take inspiration from broad sources beyond the sectors you work in and approach the development of new solutions creatively. You believe in the importance of using data and insights in decision-making. NICE TO HAVE: Expertise in visual design skills, including wireframing Expertise in prototyping Expertise in implementation science  
£22,000 - £24,000 yearly
The Woodland Trust East Midlands, UK
Mar 16, 2020
Permanent
We are on the lookout for 2 digital content editors ABOUT US The Woodland Trust is the UK’s leading woodland conservation charity. We want to see a UK rich in native woods and trees, for people and wildlife. The Trust aims to engage and inspire people about woods and trees to help us meet our vision of creating, restoring and protecting woodland.  THE ROLE Sitting within the Brand & Communications department the digital content editor will create and publish high quality, engaging online and offline content. The role will have input into the content strategy and best practise guidelines to ensure high web standards. The role will also work alongside our marketing and communications colleagues to produce high quality content for a wide ranging audience.   THE CANDIDATE You will be an excellent writer with the skills to deliver key messages and have experience of working with websites, using SEO tools and techniques, and a good understanding of web publishing languages. You’ll have experience reviewing the effectiveness of digital content and providing recommendations based on that insight. Positive and results focussed you’ll be responsible for liaising and advising key business areas with the Trust, so you’ll need a collaborative approach and excellent communications skills, alongside a meticulous attention to detail. WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT There’s no other organisation like the Woodland Trust. Whatever you do here you will be supporting our work to achieve our vision and ten year strategic plan. In return, we recognise and value our people. You'll have our full support, training and opportunities for professional development, along with a contributory pension, life assurance and good holiday entitlement.
£51,331 yearly
YMCA England and Wales Watford, Hertfordshire, UK
Mar 16, 2020
Permanent
More & Better - Together ! 2020, the start of a new decade in which we want to do more and better – doubling our impact by 2025. To achieve this we need an individual who has the drive, skills and passion to be responsible for helping us achieve ‘digital service transformation’ so that we can move to digital service delivery, the impact of which can be evidenced, across a range of different service user groups. The holder needs to develop an understanding of end to end service user needs in order to develop the service user digital experience. This job is responsible for leading the strategic development and operational management of YMCA’s Information Technology, including the oversight of our external IT contractors; plus the identification and implementation of all digital engagement tools and systems within the charity, in collaboration with relevant service Heads. As a member of the Senior Management Team and in collaboration with the charity’s Trustees, the post holder will also contribute to the development of vision, direction and operational management of the charity as a whole.

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