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£27,900 yearly
Doctors of the World UK London, UK
Aug 20, 2019
Permanent
Our vision is of a world where barriers to health have been overcome, where health is acknowledged as a fundamental right. Through innovative medical programmes and evidence-based advocacy, we empower excluded people and communities to claim their right to health while fighting for universal access to healthcare   We won’t rest until nobody suffers or dies because they cannot access the healthcare they need.    Your role as Fundraising and Supporter Engagement Lead will be a crucial part of the fundraising team, specifically focusing on driving individual giving and community fundraising primarily through an individual giving programme focussed on email, direct mail, social media, and challenge events.   To be successful in this role, you will ensure the very best levels of fundraising performance and work closely with the communication team and our digital agency in updating and managing the Doctors of the World website to inform web visitors about our work and how they can get involved. You will also drive individual giving through different online and offline marketing practices, responding to opportunities and investments in new and existing channels as they arise. Please read the full JD (available on our website) to find out more about this role.   To apply : Please send us an updated copy of your CV along with a cover letter explaining how you meet the key duties of the role. Please note:  to apply for a position with Doctors of the World UK, you  must be eligible to live and work in the United Kingdom  (in accordance with the Asylum and Immigration Act 1996). You will need to provide  two referees . We will not contact any of your referees until we are at a stage to offer you the position.   Closing Date: Sunday 15th   September (@ 11:59 pm)
£20,000 - £24,000 yearly
Clore Social Leadership London, UK
Aug 20, 2019
Permanent
Clore Social Leadership supports and develops social leaders so that they can transform their communities, organisations and the world around them. We help make social change happen by investing in people and enabling them to become resilient, connected and collaborative leaders with the right capabilities to tackle today’s social challenges. In order to equip the UK’s social leaders with the resiliency, agility, and skills they need, Clore Social is partnering with   CAST   and the   Catalyst   to integrate digital leadership skills into our existing programmes and enable leaders to reshape their organisations and the sector. Our vision is for a more responsive and collaborative social sector; one that has the knowledge and confidence necessary to create and scale solutions with the power of digital. The Role We’re looking for a Digital Programmes Officer to lead this work with direction from the Digital Transformation Manager and Director of Programmes. You will work to integrate digital leadership skills into our existing   Leadership Programmes   and explore the opportunities to develop new powerful learning experiences to help equip leaders of tomorrow. We’re looking for a go-getter who can get stuff done. You should be passionate about supporting the social sector and interested in the power of digital as a way of making change happen. If you haven’t got them already, you’ll be supported to develop new skills in user-centred design methodologies to create and test new solutions. You will be implementing, delivering and reporting back to the Project Team with support and direction from the Digital Transformation Manager and Director of Programmes. This role is for you if you’re interested in being involved with all parts of the design process from beginning to end, starting with discovery, through to design, testing and implementation of solutions. You’d also be a part of the larger digital and social leadership community and be able to access a wide pool of research, knowledge and experience from Clore Social and Catalyst partner organisations. Key Responsibilities Conduct research and interviews with participants, both at a distance and face to face, observation, desk-based research, meeting with and talking to other staff and external experts across the network that supports both understanding the problem area and coming up with solutions. Prototyping and testing of solutions to integrate digital leadership skills into our programmes, documenting learnings and insights. Creating an understanding of what resources are for development and ongoing running of innovations to inform decision making. Work with the rest of the team to integrate the new elements considering the whole programme offer, balancing needs and requirements Support other areas of work across the small team Person Specification Focused: Able to think analytically, analyse data and extract key messages. Strong attention to detail Creative: Proven ability to think creatively and deploy ideas innovatively Curious: Life long learner, actively engages in personal and professional development Passionate: About the power of learning and development in catalysing social change Resilient: Wanting to work in a changing organisation Skills & Experience (E = Essential & D = Desirable) An interest in learning about user needs and behaviours (E) Ability to effectively communicate visually, verbally and writing content (E) Confident and competent in learning and using digital tools e.g. Online Learning Management, Collaboration Tools, CRM (E) Interest in leadership development in general and digital leadership in particular (E) Experience with user-centred design methodologies to develop products and services (D) Experience using data collection methods such as user interviews, observations, experiments, A/B testing, surveys and analytics (D) Is comfortable with ambiguity and uncertainty (D) Knowledge of digital best practice (D) Reporting relationships You will report directly to the Digital Transformation Manager and also work closely with the Director of Programmes as well as other members of the team. The role sits within the National Development Unit. From time to time you may be asked to carry out tasks on behalf of other Clore Social team members, as a small team the focus is on achieving our objectives and not adhering to our job descriptions. Hours and place of work The post is for five full days each week, normally within office hours (9.30am to 5.30pm), amounting to 35 hours per week. Some flexibility is necessary as you may need to attend evening events and/or nights away at local events. The project is a one year contract starting in October/November 2019. The office is based at CAN Mezzanine, 49-51 East Road, London N1 6AH. Pay and benefits This role will be paid £24,000/year and is entitled to 25 working days holiday each year (pro rata) in addition to statutory holidays. Application Process Send covering letter and CV to   recruitment@cloresocialleadership.org.uk . Your covering letter should explain why you would be interested in working at Clore Social Leadership and how any previous experience would help to make you a suitable candidate for this role. It's a rolling recruitment process and we'll review applications as they come in. Final application deadline: Sunday, September 15, 2019 at midnight 1st round interviews: September 23, 2019 between 2-6pm 2nd round interviews: Friday, September 27, 2019 between 2-4pm
£27,159 - £32,143 yearly
Bloodwise Holborn, London, UK
Aug 20, 2019
Permanent
Great stories have the power to connect us, to raise awareness and to influence how people feel and act. We place the stories of people affected by blood cancer at the heart of everything we do, and they play a huge role in helping us to achieve our fundraising and awareness-raising ambitions. As part of the Content and Media team, we're seeking a dynamic, creative and passionate Content and Communications Officer to join us. This role will harness the power of imaginative storytelling with powerful and persuasive writing. You’ll ensure that all content created is on brand, meets our tone of voice and is delivered on time and of high quality. It’s an exciting role in an area of work where no two days are ever the same. Your responsibilities will include writing, interviewing, editing, generating ideas and sharing social media content.
£25,463 - £27,585 yearly
RSPB Remote (Flexible)
Aug 20, 2019
Permanent
As a Junior Developer within the Technology Design and Delivery team you will work both individually and collectively to support existing platforms and systems such as Merlin, our website and email platform, along with new developments arising from the stategic needs of the Technology portfolio and the more tactical demands of the Communications portfolio.  You will carry out basic research, analysis, development, testing and documentation of new technologies and functionality, occasionally working independently on some tasks but mainly as part of a wider team of Middleweight and Senior Developers. You will operate primarily within the Technology Design and Delivery team but also at times as part of a wider multi faceted organisational campaign or project under the direction of a Scrum Master. From time to time you will also be expected to assist with the resolution of live support issues.  You will be able to communicate effectively with business owners and product managers to understand and test requirements and design and deliver solutions, while having the support of a Senior and Middleweight Developer to help overcome technical challenges and provide guidance and experience.  At times, you will be expected to adopt elements of the role of business analyst, and developer. You will be able to work both within an Agile sprint structure but also occasionally under your own initiative, depending on the nature of each individual programme/project or piece of work.  As part of a new dedicated technology design and delivery function within the Digital Technology team this is an exciting opportunity to shape and demonstrate how investment in this area can provide step change solutions to help save nature through people.  Due to the critical nature of this role we will interview applicants as soon as possible and will close the post once successful applicants are appointed. This role is covered by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act. You will be asked to declare unspent convictions and cautions at offer of employment stage.
£34,643 - £37,530 yearly
RSPB Remote (Flexible)
Aug 20, 2019
Permanent
Working in close partnership with the UX Research team, the Senior UX/UI Developer will take responsibility for building compelling user experiences across the RSPBs digital platforms - both internally and externally facing.  By bringing this role in-house, we aim to grow the consistency and overall quality of our UX work, by aligning our use of programming languages and platforms and enabling succession planning throughout the team. The role will be a mixture of UX design and UI/front end development. As a Senior UX/UI Developer within the team you will bring the highest level of UX and front end development expertise to the team. You will work both individually and collectively to support new & existing platforms and systems such as Merlin, our website and email platform, along with new projects arising from the stategic needs of the Technology portfolio and the more tactical demands of the Communications portfolio. You will be able to communicate effectively with a range of technical and non technical customers, have a positive 'can do' attitude to solutions design and be able to innovate where new solutions are required or where technical roadblocks need to be overcome.  You will provide inspiration and encouragement to colleagues, helping others to learn & grow, promote positive & collaborative working relationships and champion change and innovation within the data development sphere.  At times, you will be expected to adopt elements of the role of leader, business analyst, project manager and developer. You will be a self starter who can work both within an Agile sprint structure but also under your own initiative, depending on the nature of each individual programme/project or piece of work.  As part of a new dedicated technology design and delivery function within the Digital Technology team this is an exciting opportunity to shape and demonstrate how investment in user experiences and solid systems design can provide step change solutions to help save nature through people. Due to the critical nature of this role we will interview applicants as soon as possible and will close the post once successful applicants are appointed. This role is covered by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act. You will be asked to declare unspent convictions and cautions at offer of employment stage.
£19,602 - £21,236 yearly
RSPB Bedfordshire, UK
Aug 20, 2019
Permanent
This role will deliver the daily import and integrity of data within the RSPB's main supporter database. The postholder will ensure that all data is imported on a timely basis, is accurate and of high quality and adheres to our business rules and standards. The role will also provide support to front end users and training and support for new users as well as testing of new suppliers and campaign data flows. The RSPB has one of the largest charity membership databases in the UK and this role sits at the heart of our data acquisition process ensuring the data we collect is compliant, accurate and fulfils the purpose for which it was acquired.  This is a role that requires a strong level of attention to detail and an understanding of the need for data quality and accuracy. Ideally you will have direct experience as a database user, particularly around data entry and data correction, but also experience or interest in learning how data is imported and maintained. The role will incorporate monitoring of the import of data including error handling and resolution. You will therefore need to be a confident communicator and able to question and resolve queries in a pro-active and customer focused way. You will have an understanding of data compliance and best practise particularly in relation to personal data and will be expected to monitor and feedback on third party and internal data suppliers performance as well as being able to work with fundraising colleagues to set up and test data imports from new sources.  As an experienced user, you will assist with training, providing support for front line colleagues, to help investigate problems, and correct errors and anomalies within the database by interpreting and utilising a range of dashboards, correction scripts and integrity reports. You will also assist with the testing of new developments & system upgrades to ensure data quality and integrity is maintained. As part of a team of two Data Support Engineers you will work to maintain the integrity of our supporter's personal data to ensure they receive the best experience possible from the RSPB whilst adhering to individual data protection preferences.  We are looking for someone with experience within a data management environment, possibly having worked in a data entry role in a customer service team. You will be an excellent communicator, skilled in organising yourself in a fast paced and busy working environment and have an impressive track-record in getting things done, as well as being able to identify and realise new opportunities.  The demand for data and the need for legal compliance has never been greater, and you will be a key player in the drive to make the RSPB a 'digital first' organisation, ensuring that the functionality we require behind the scenes is in place to enable us to deliver on the organisation's future requirements for its supporter data.  Due to the urgency to fill this position, applications will be assessed and interviews arranged on receipt, with the post being offered to the first suitable candidate.It is therefore advised not to wait until the closing date in order to submit your application. This role is covered by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act. You will be asked to declare unspent convictions and cautions at offer of employment stage.
£39,970 - £43,301 yearly
RSPB Bedfordshire, UK
Aug 20, 2019
Permanent
Reporting to the Head of Digital Strategy and Change, the Head of Products will take accountability for the overall product development roadmap.  With a remit to develop an ambitious, focused and measurable product strategy, this role will develop digital platforms that enable the organisation to deliver its income, engagement and conservation objectives. You will be instrumental in recuiting and leading a team that deliver integrated marketing campaigns across our digital estate and you will establish best practice in product management and leadership.You will be an advocate and driver of change and have the vision & experience to see where opportunities to innovate through the implementation and optimisation of new digital channels have long term and far reaching opportunities that improve engagement with our supporters and business users as well as drive operational and cost efficiency. The role holder must have the ability to negotiate and collaborate effectively with senior stakeholders and respond flexibly to the changing needs of the organisation in support of its income, conservation and engagement requirements whilst ensuring that the long-term strategic technology ambitions are not compromised but enhanced. Please send in your application/CV as soon as you are ready - we are actively recruiting and may draw the role to close when suitable applications are received. We look forward to hearing from you soon! This role is covered by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act. You will be asked to declare unspent convictions and cautions at offer of employment stage.
£28,000 - £33,000 yearly
Young Enterprise Oxford, UK
Aug 20, 2019
Permanent
Join our Young Peoples’ Programmes Development Team at this pivotal time, while we enhance our existing programmes and develop an exciting strand of digital learning opportunities. Our mission is to empower young people to develop the skills and attributes that they need to thrive in the future world of work. We are committed to ensuring that our programmes are accessible and make the difference to young people. The right candidate will play an instrumental role in coordinating, refreshing and innovating our suite of digital enterprise programmes. About the role The role will be responsible for managing the day-to-day operational support for our core digital programmes and platforms including YE Online (the platform for our company-based programmes), YE Market Place, Tenner Challenge and Fiver Challenge. To find out more please visit our website. The role will report to the Senior Programme Innovation Manager and will support the improvement of existing digital systems and processes and identify new digital solutions to increase the accessibility and impact of our programmes. The role will also work closely with other members of the Programmes Team in a highly collaborative environment with plenty of opportunities to pitch in and support on different workstreams and projects. About You You will have at least two years’ experience of developing and managing web content, using CMS and databases. You will also have an excellent knowledge and understanding of designing digital programmes and resources that are engaging and enhance the learning opportunities for young people. Experience of using WordPress would be an advantage. You will be a proactive and highly driven individual who can manage complex projects involving multiple stakeholders and demonstrate exemplary skills in the project management of a varied workload with competing deadlines. Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to build good working relationships with both internal and external stakeholders is a must. You will describe yourself as a team player and be happy to pitch in and support other members of the team as and when needed. Send us your current CV and a covering letter that outlines how you meet the criteria in the person specification no later than 12th September. Interviews will take place in our Oxford Office on 19th September.
£27,000 yearly
Billy Graham Evangelistic Association Essex, UK
Aug 20, 2019
Contract
The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association exists to support and extend the evangelistic calling and ministries of Billy Graham and Franklin Graham by proclaiming the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ to all we can by every effective means available to us and by equipping the church and others to do the same. __________________________________________________________________________________ Position Summary : The Digital Marketing Coordinator will manage the process of email marketing for the Graham Tour UK, co-ordinating with BGEA’s various ministries and departments. This position requires attention to detail and a high degree of accountability. The Digital Marketing Coordinator will manage multiple projects simultaneously with a high degree of accuracy using ever-changing technologies and apply data analysis to email marketing strategy decisions. Essential Responsibilities and Duties: Maintains a personal, active relationship with Jesus Christ and is a consistent witness for Jesus Christ Faithfully upholds BGEA in prayer Consistently participates in daily BGEA staff devotions Demonstrates behaviour aligned with BGEA’s Mission Statement, Statement of Faith, Hallmarks, policies, and expectations Effectively represents Jesus Christ to those within both personal and professional spheres of influence Co-ordinates all Tour email marketing campaigns with UK Graham Tour Director, BGEA-IHQ Project Lead, and BGEA-UK Communications Lead Send all BGEA and Tour email communications Proof copy for accuracy Works with Graham Tour Director on managing the Email Marketing Calendar Analyse open rates, click rates, bounce rates and donation activities relative to specific email campaigns Work with email vendor to exploit platform for best practices and optimal utilisation Works with Data Manager to manage email lists and ensure accurate data Establish and maintain effective working relationships with various BGEA ministry departments Oversee testing for email rendering on all platforms and devices Competencies Required: Servant Leader:  Upholds Christian values with the ability to lead by example and have a heart for service. Communication:  Strong communication skills; ability to express oneself professionally, both written and verbally when interacting with people internally and externally. Teamwork:  Ability to work well within a team and individually. Proactive:  Proactively carry out administrative tasks and support the team where needed. Problem Solving:  Ability to assess problems and seek to implement solutions. Flexibility:  Ability to adapt quickly to fit with changing conditions, tasks, responsibilities, or people. Thorough:  Have good attention to detail, with emphasis on communication, time management and accurate record-keeping. Multi-task:  Ability to multi-task, be well-organised and work well under pressure. Skills and Knowledge: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience required Must be committed to excellence and the BGEA mission statement Experience in digital communication streams using IBM Watson or similar platform Intermediate knowledge of HTML Proficient with Microsoft Office suite, experience using MS Access and Excel preferred Intermediate Photoshop image editing ability Experience working with database maintenance and architecture preferred Knowledge of email/web analytics and the ability to apply analytics to marketing strategy Proficient in email testing practices and strategy application Good comprehension and listening skills, with ability to resolve business challenges Strong initiative with ability to work independently relative to assigned priorities Physical/Mental Demands: Ability to work independently and as part of a team Ability to work with people at all levels both internally and externally Ability to handle multiple interruptions throughout the day Ability to maintain strict confidentiality Ability to work under stress and pressure Flexibility and adaptability There is a requirement for the holder of this position to be a committed Christian and be able to demonstrate an active commitment to the Christian faith.
£30,459 - £32,814 yearly
Help and Care Bournemouth, UK
Aug 20, 2019
Permanent
This is an exciting time in Help & Care, with many changes and a need to drive excellent customer service with development of our Salesforce processes. In this role, you will be the responsible lead for the development and administration of the organisation’s Customer Relationship Management System - Salesforce Enterprise. We are looking for someone who has experience of improving processes and the adoption of using the Salesforce platform. The role is part technical project manager, part administrator and part Salesforce analyst. The postholder will research and provide knowledge on alternative systems that could offer solutions for the business as it changes and develops. As a charity, Help & Care aims to be at the forefront of digital innovation, and the successful candidate will play a significant role in achieving this ambition. If you feel that you can contribute in this way, we would like to hear from you. The  application form  and application pack is available on our website via the Apply button. If you have any problem accessing the documents, please telephone, e-mail us or download the pack from Help & care's website. Completed application forms need to be sent via e-mail to our HR team. The closing date for completed application forms to be received is by midday on Thursday 5th September 2019.  Interviews will be held in middle of September 2019 – date to be confirmed.

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