Charity Talent are currently recruiting for a temporary for a Faculty Administrator, work within Education based in Central London. This is to start ASAP and a temp to perm contract.
As the Faculty Administrator you will monitor levels and order standard materials/resources ensuring that appropriate stock levels are maintained within budget. You will support the efficient and professional production and distribution of learning materials that meet internal and external regulations e.g. copyright standards to help to deliver high-quality learning interventions.
As the Faculty Administrator you will efficiently co-ordinate events and activities such as workshops, conferences or exam invigilation in line with policy guidelines, anticipating and meeting practical student/ participant/stakeholder needs. You will co-ordinate and manage calendars and diaries e.g. of faculty members to support efficient and effective working. You will respond to standard enquiries promptly ensuring that questions are addressed or escalated as appropriate to enable effective resolution. You will organise, upload into and monitor systems, databases and records to ensure accurate information sharing and data recording that enables efficient service delivery to students, completed in a timely manner in line with established processes.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent
Excellent knowledge of MS Office applications including Word, Excel and PowerPoint
Excellent accuracy and attention to detail
Excellent interpersonal skills and experience of working with senior executives, and their support staff
Skilled in handling a busy workload, prioritising multiple deadlines and multi-tasking
Charity Talent are recruiting for a world renowned University based in Central London. They are recruiting for a temporary Events and Project Support Officer to start asap until December, with a possible extension.
As the Events and Project Support Officer you will be the first point of contact within the team for student event enquires and ensure that they are dealt with promptly. You will support the Events Recruitment Manager in executing the Events communication plan. You will responsible for coordinating the team calendars and meeting to support efficiently and effective team working. You will provide support and guidance, and attend events where necessary (often evenings and weekends). Coordinate all logistics and operations in advance of each event, including invitations, venues and catering.
You will organise, upload into and monitor databases to ensure that all information is accurate. You will support the Recruitment Events Team in delivering all recruitment events, aligned with the department's corporate plan and target.
Events or Recruitment Events
Charity Talent are recruiting for an International Charity based in the City of London. They are recruiting for a Fundraising Data Processor to start ASAP. This is a temporary position and is ongoing.
As the Fundraising Data Processor you will contribute as of a member of the Supporter Care Team. You will organise and process data and financial transactions. You will be updating existing and new, contact the donor services team for help and advice with a range of issues related to giving and their donations.
As the Fundraising Date Processor you will assist in the daily running of a help desk function of all fundraising division database users. Deal with all queries directly and Gift Aid.
You will ideally have experience of working in a Fundraising Department as an administrator / customer care / database.
Charity Talent are recruiting for a part time Finance Assistant for an International Development Charity based near Old street, London. This is an ongoing temporary contract. 3 days per week.
As the Part Time Finance Assistant you will be responsible for processing income and expenses. You will process weekly online sales and weekly online sales. You will liaise with other departments with the production of invoices. Create and distribute Sales Ledger invoices. You will work with accounts receivable, post income journals and maintain invoice lists.
As the Part Time Finance Assistant you will assist with in reconciliation of ledger Accounts.
Reconcile, sales ledger and control Account. You will be working with Accounts Payable, distributing invoices to budget holders for approval and general filing and photocopying.
General Bookkeeping or work as a Finance Administrator within the Charity Sector
Experience of using computerised accounting system
Proficient in use of Excel, Word and email and IT literate
Comfortable with learning to use software applications
Charity Talent are recruiting for an Executive Assistant to work within Higher Education, based in Central London. This is a 12 month Fix Term Contract. As the Executive Assistant you will be the key right hand manager for the Associate Dean and Deputy Dean and is there to support them in their work. You will be juggling multiple projects (with complex stakeholders).
You will be responsible for organising their diaries, travel, meetings, stakeholder presentations and other documentation, team, expenses and budget. Be a robust gatekeeper, manage and prioritise their schedule ensuring important conflicts are flagged. You will have the ability to manage heavy workload and at times conflicting priorities as well as tracking progress on a wide range of tasks.
Collect data collection, research and information through key stakeholders. Lead and project manage key events.
Establish key working relationships with their Leadership team. Take ownership for agendas, sign off, circulating, minute taking and following up with actions. Arrange away days to ensure they are delivered effectively.
PA / EA within Higher Education or Charity Sector
Project planning skills
Strong research and analytical skills
Charity Talent are recruiting for a Student Submission Manager to work for an Education Charity based in Central London.
This can either be a Temporary job, asap start, this could lead into something more permanent.
As the Student Submissions Manager, you will have knowledge of the academic regulations within HEIs. You will be an expert in their partner university's processes and procedures. You will work closely with their Curriculum and Delivery teams to ensure that the academic regulations governing the programme are adhered to and understood by participants and employees.
You will also be comfortable with people management, as they will be expected to frequently liaise with high-level internal and external stakeholders.
Oversee the participant journey academically, including the record of all assessments, liaising with external examiners, preparation for exam boards. Overseeing the suitability and eligibility processes for participants post-programme commencement. Management of all administrative aspects of the participant including registration and data transfer. Oversight of assessment administration.
Preparation of information of Examination Boards. Liaison with External Examiners and External Markers.
Build strong work relationships with Staff and key departments within the accrediting HEI, including HR, ICT, Student Records and Admissions. Overseeing a regular and concise reporting system of information for the programme.
Proactively ensure that all academic records are filed correctly and maintained in line with university quality assurance guidelines. Extract analyse and format academic data. Oversee the academic administration team to ensure all logistical aspects of Programme events and graduation ceremonies.
Higher Education Institute
Student Life Cycle
Report and summary writing
HE student record system
Develop innovative solutions
Charity Talent are recruiting for a Social Welfare Charity based near Old Street. They are recruiting for a Fundraising Administrator to handle calls and donation queries. This is a 4 month temporary contract, with possible extension.
As the Fundraising Administrator you will respond consistently to a high volume of inbound enquiries from supporters and volunteers, across all communication channels. You will accurately maintain manual and electronic records and input data on databases, complying with Data Protection Act. Maintain sensitive information and records with appropriate confidentiality.
As the Fundraising Administrator you will liaise with managers, supporters and volunteers to resolve standard and ad hoc queries. You will provide support for all fundraising campaigns through supporter focused response initiatives and fulfilment.
Excellent customer service
Experience of working as part of a team dealing with a high volume of inbound enquiries
Knowledge of fundraising practise across a range of fundraising disciplines
Experience of handling complaints
Knowledge of statutory and compliance requirements within Fundraising i.e. Gift Aid, Data Protection Act
Charity Talent are recruiting for Museum based in Central London. They are recruiting for a Membership Administrator to start asap. This is a temporary contract until the end of November, with a possible extension.
As the Membership Administrator you will report to Head of Membership. You will be responsible for processing Membership applications and payments. You will organise and process data and financial transactions.
As the Membership Administrator you will accurately input data and the amendment of data. You will organise and process data and financial. You will have an accurate creation of data and the amendment of data, with great attention to detail.
This is the ideal job for someone who has entry level experience within the Charity Sector that wants to pursue their career within Supporter Care / Data.
Fundraising Database / Raiser's Edge
Charity Talent are recruiting for an Administrator working for a prestigious University, based in the City of London. This is an asap start and it is a 3 month temporary term contract. (Possible extension)
As the Programme Administrator you will be responsible for creating questionnaires and surveys to students, providing clear analysis of the results. You will be assisting with the management of attendance monitoring reports and attendance queries. You will assist the Programme Manager and contribute to the annual communications plan, including pre-programme bulletins, webinars, student briefings and presentations.
As the Programme Administrator you will be organising the allocation of resources for stakeholders or programmes elements to optimise the most effective use of resources. You will be responsible for production of management of student letters, badges and business cards. You will also maintain student files and update the database with relevant information.
We love to hear from you if you have Administration experience with Charities, NFP and Education.
Administration within NFP, Charities, Education
Excellent communication skills
Charity Talent are recruiting for a Project Assistant to work for a Children's Charity based near Brixton, immediate start. This is a 3 months contract.
As the Project Assistant you will act as the first point of contact for internal and external stakeholders. Coordinate logistics of the team, senior staff and/or volunteers including diary management, travel and meetings. To plan and service internal and external meetings and events including liaising with venues and speakers, preparing information packs, drafting agendas, taking minutes. To develop and maintain administrative systems and procedures as required including project tracking and monitoring, including supporting the day to day management of the office and working with Lambeth Council staff on volunteer processes.
To create, edit and proof-read business communications and documents including assisting with the production of project reports, publications and promotional material and up-dating web-sites and social media. To understand and administer financial procedures. To develop, support and maintain databases including those relating to specialist groups. To be actively engaged in the development of new projects and programmes across the department, and agree tasks within them as appropriate. Occasional travel and some out of hours working may be required with notice.
This post may involve working with sensitive issues or directly with parents or children and young people, full training and support will be given if required.
Excel / Word
Charity Talent are recruiting for an Events Programme Manager, to work within Higher Education. You must speak either Mandarin or Cantonese. They are based in Central London. Please note the hours are ad-hoc during the time, Prep hours per week can be from little as 1 hour to up to 15 hours per week.
You will provide outstanding customer experience on contracted programmes delivered, understanding customer needs and requirements. Build and maintain sound relationships and acts as key contact for programme stakeholders. Confirm details of the programme to the suppliers. Ensure school policies regarding financial regulations and procurement processes are adhered to ensuring compliance. Sets up and manages programme digital learning experience (including learning platform and social media). Understands the programme budgets, financial tools and follows processes.
This opportunity will suit someone who is already a Freelancer and wants to add a client to their portfolio.
Can speak Mandarin / Cantonese
Charity Talent are recruiting for a Temporary Programme Manager to start asap, this is a Temporary Contract for 2 months to work within Education, based in Central London.
As the Programme Manager you will support the planning and execution of the full range of events, including outreach, academic and sponsored events. You will assist with the planning and execution of the flagship annual conference and the Insight Summit, held with the support of the Strategic Events team.
As the Programme Manager you will work with the Executive Director to contribute to all aspects of the marketing activities, including brand management, content planning, collateral design and production, communications and distribution. You will manage a Scholar Awards programme and communications. Organise award-related events, including the annual Scholar Awards dinner and the 5- yearly reunion.
You will process data funding applications in a timely and efficient manner, tracking progress and managing related communications.
Excellent stakeholder engagement skills with experience of managing a large range of different stakeholders
Experience of using software related to own team or department to extract, analyse and report on data
Experience of applying sales/ engagement/conversion techniques
Excellent organisational skills and the ability to manage a portfolio of clients and stakeholders
Demonstrable knowledge of business education and/or relevant sector
Budget management experience