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Are you a talented Event and Fundraising Assistant, or are you striving to be one? Can you demonstrate that you have administrative experience supporting a wider team? If so then you could be perfect for my client, an Children Charity in London.

This role is an immediate start and is temporary for 4 months with the possibility to extend. This role will be hybrid working - office in Moorgate.

The Role: In this Event and Fundraising Assistant role, you will report to Fundraising Manager. Specific tasks include:

  • Support on the day to day running of the Programme activities.
  • You will provide high level project, administrative and communications support to a team of staff.
  • You will act as the first point of contact for fundraising enquires.
  • You will support on the planning and delivery of a number of fundraising events.
  • You will steward event participants to maximise income and retention by writing engaging emails and phone calls.
  • You will develop and maintain administrative systems and procedures as required including project tracking and monitoring.

The Candidate: To be considered for the Event and Fundraising Assistant role you will need to demonstrable experience of administrative/operational roles, planning and organising.

Additionally, it's crucial that you possess the following:

  • Ability to prioritise and manage a demanding workload
  • Computer literate i.e. Word, Outlook, Excel
  • Excellent written and verbal skills
  • Ability to build personal, meaningful relationships with colleagues, customers, supporters and donors
  • Experience working in a team supporting multiple people.
  • Ability to hit the ground running

£30000 - £34000 per annum

Are you a talented Senior Individual Giving Officer, or are you striving to be one? Can you demonstrate that you have experience of fundraising techniques across print and digital to grow programmes? If so then you could be perfect for my client, a Children Charity. This is a perm role.

This role will be hybrid working up to 2 days in the Surrey office.

The Role: In this Senior Individual Giving Officer role, you will report to Individual Giving Manager. Specific tasks include:

    • You will help build exciting emails to engage the charity audience.
    • Deliver direct marketing and digital campaigns to recruit supporters.
    • You will create and manage media spend cross-channel campaigns.
    • Plan multi-channel campaigns including channels such as direct mail; paid social; paid search,DRTV and telephone.
    • Precise budgeting, based on past results and using clear and realistic assumption.
    • You will work across a wide range of ad platforms to help the teas get the most out of their paid marketing activity. Define clear target audiences for all campaigns using accurate data and market analysis.
    • Maintain excellent working relationships with colleagues.
    • You will contribute to the development of the right products, channels and messaging to attract new donors as the first step in building a long-term supporter relationship.

    The Candidate: To be considered for the Senior Individual Giving Officer role you will need to demonstrable proven experience of campaign management and delivery. Charity Talent also need you to have good analytical and planning skills.

    Additionally, it's crucial that you possess the following:

      • Experience in working with marketing and fundraising.
      • charity sector.
      • Good understanding of balanced needs to build relationships with supporters and achieve
      • specific response targets.
      • Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
      • Good understanding of data analysis and journey development.

£24000 - £25000 per annum

Are you a talented Fundraising Customer Care Officer, or are you striving to be one? Can you demonstrate that you can support the fundraising team deliver high level quality response service to supporters and the general public? If so then you could be perfect for my client, a Children Charity based in London.

This is a permanent role and a ASAP start. It will be hybrid working with a few days in the office near Vauxall.

The Role: As the Fundraising Customer Care Officer you will be doing the following tasks;

    • Liaise with supporters via email, phone, social media and mail
    • Answer incoming phone calls and escalate any difficult situations/complaints to the Manager
    • Support processing incoming phone and postal donations
    • Be responsible for thanking our supporters including by letter, email and phone and the despatch of information and fundraising materials
    • Enter and maintain accurate records on our database
    • Maintain and assist with all types of donation processing administration and Database record.
    • Assist with sending out problem payment letters
    • Assist with handling material requests and recording actions on database
    • Maintain sensitive information and records with appropriate confidentiality

The Candidate: To be considered for the Fundraising Customer Care Officer role you will need to possess administration experience. Charity Talent also need you to have prior experience of dealing with a high volume of emails/calls.

Additionally, it's crucial that you possess the following:

    • Excellent customer service for internal and external stakeholders
    • Written and verbal communications skills
    • Outstanding phone manner
    • Strong eye for detail, methodical and accurate
    • Excellent attention to detail and a personable and flexible approach.
    • Experience working in a customer service role
    • Experience using a CRM system
    • Someone who can take initiative and do independent work
    • Someone who is organised and efficient

£11 - £13 per hour

Are you a talented Admin Assistant, or are you striving to be one? Can you demonstrate that you have administrative experience supporting a wider team? If so then you could be perfect for my client, an Research Charity in London.

This role is an immediate start for 3 months with the possibility to extend. This role will be hybrid working with some days in the office near Farringdon.

The Role: In this Admin Assistant role, you will report to Operation Manager and working in the Programme team. Specific tasks include:

  • Support on the day to day running of the Programme activities.
  • Support the planning and delivery of events including workshops, meetings and other activities - online and in person .
  • Attend meetings and workshops to help with delivery, record and note-taking .
  • Undertake administrative activities including maintenance of filing systems.
  • Maintain member database and records.
  • Provide support around the payment of invoices - raising POs, entering credit card expenditure on the relevant IT systems.
  • Provide administrative support including arranging meetings, booking travel and accommodation, booking meeting rooms.
  • Support the planning and production of publications, blogs and monthly newsletters, working closely with Communications colleagues.
  • Assist with production of presentations.

The Candidate: To be considered for the Programme Admin Assistant role you will need to demonstrable experience of administrative/operational roles, planning and organising. Charity Talent also need you to have prior experience working in a team supporting multiple people.

Additionally, it's crucial that you possess the following:

  • Methodical mindset - someone who likes to organise and finds ways to make things more efficient such as processes
  • Ability to hit the ground running.
  • Confident in IT systems such as zoom and online chat functions.
  • Attention to detail even on repetitive tasks.
  • Fast paced worker.
  • Good communicator to provide clear instructions and advice.
  • Good attention to detail, with the ability to not lose focus when repeating same task.
  • IT skills; Microsoft Outlook, Excel, Word and PowerPoint.

£12 - £14 per hour

Are you a talented Programme Administrator, or are you striving to be one? Can you demonstrate that you have administrative experience supporting a wider team during a busy period? If so then you could be perfect for my client, an Education Charity in London.

This role is an immediate start and is temporary for2 months with the possibility to extend. This role will be hybrid working, office is in Old Street.

The Role: In this Programme Administrator role, you will report to Project Event Officer. Specific tasks include:

  • Inbox management and communication with participants.
  • Admin support for the wider Programme Team: booking travel, accommodation etc.
  • Working within a budget to source appropriate training venues whilst ensuring good value for money.
  • Relationship management with guest speakers and key suppliers.
  • On-the-day event delivery and logistical support.
  • Designing internal documents to support trainers and staff.
  • Management of the programme team finances including invoices and credit card returns.
  • Processing merchandise orders and coordinating delivery.
  • Providing administrative support on new programmes and initiatives.

The Candidate: To be considered for the Programme Administrator role you will need to demonstrable experience of administrative/operational roles, planning and organising.

Additionally, it's crucial that you possess the following:

  • Strong organisation skills and the ability to prioritise and manage your time effectively.
  • The ability to build productive working relationships.
  • Attention to detail by completing both written and data-related tasks.
  • Excellent teamwork within and across teams.
  • Flexibility and an eagerness to get stuck into tasks with minimal supervision.
  • Good written and communication skills in print and email.
  • Capability to learn quickly and hit the ground running.

£27000 - £30000 per annum

Charity Talent are recruiting for a Social Welfare Charity; they are recruiting for a Communications Officer to start ASAP. This is a permanent position with hybrid working - head offices are near Bank.

The client is open to a Communication/PR Assistant who is looking for a step up and wants to build on their current experience.

The responsibilities:

  • As the Communications Officer (Regional) you will promote the work of Charity in the media through traditional and digital media channels.
  • You will also support the PR & Communications managers and colleagues to deliver and implement external communication strategies and insightful evaluation.
  • You will deliver news stories and coverage in significant regional and local media - print, broadcast and digital - through proactive and reactive media activity.
  • You will support the national media team in the roll out of national campaigns.
  • You will develop and maintain positive relationships with regional and local journalists and media outlets.
  • You will identify, interview and write up case studies for use in media, and wider marketing communications channels.
  • Participate in the rota for out-of-hours duties as required.
  • Provide advice, briefings and support to spokespeople in your region for media interviews and identify new and potential spokespeople.

You will have the following skills:

  • Proven media relations experience.
  • Ability to work to tight deadlines and to prioritise work under pressure.
  • Experience of working with digital channels/social media.
  • Ability to work flexibly within multi-disciplinary teams, including outside core hours.
  • Ability to research and produce briefings and materials for the media.
  • Demonstrable experience of gaining extensive media coverage.
  • Proven ability to produce high quality cross-platform content

£12 - £13 per hour

Charity Talent are recruiting for a Finance Assistant, to start asap, this is a 3 month contract with the possibility of developing into a permanent job. Working for this Fantastic Youth Organisation you will have great exposure to day to day finance management and it is a fantastic opportunity for someone just starting their Career in Finance. You will be mentored by the Head of Finance and you will be exposed to great development opportunities.

You will enter data of their supplier invoices into Xero (you will also get training in how to use Xero). Obtain approvals from the Leadership Team of all supplier invoices. Liaise with suppliers to build strong working relationships and to quickly resolve queries as they arise (re: unexpected charges, etc). Process staff and stakeholder expenses.

Prepare weekly listings (in Excel) of invoices and expenses ready for payment for the Head of Finance to review. Set up new suppliers on our accounting and banking software. Use accounting knowledge to answer queries and support employees across the organisation. Execute other Finance-related tasks as identified by the Head of Finance or Senior Leadership Team to aid the smooth running of the organisation

You will also Provide leave cover for the Office Coordinator during their absence, including managing the CEO's diary and associated travel and bookings, maintaining offices, managing the outsourced IT provider and dealing with other ad hoc requests. Order office supplies g. stationary, fruit and snacks. Ensure deliveries are collected form reception and stored in the office

You will have a strrong interest in Finance and working in a similar environment. Keen to learn and develop at a steady pace. Strong attention to detail. Strong computing skills including Microsoft Word and Excel, and the ability to pick up new programs quickly. A proactive, enthusiastic hard worker

£36000 - £37500 per annum

Charity Talent are recruiting for an International Student Body, they are recruiting for a Events Coordinator. This is a one year contract with the opportunity for the job to develop into a permanent job. Start date early July.

Reporting to the Director of Giving and Engagement, you will help to support all the annual fund strategies for cultivation and marketing appeals, parent volunteer management and donor stewardship events. You will coordinate and project manage their Auction and annual community events as well as provide logistical support for advancement and alumni events.

Track all participating giving from parents, faculty and staff. Coordinate management and monthly reports.Work with the Marketing and Communications Team to develop and deliver effect annual fund digital communications. You will support with other duties that are within the scope and purpose of the job requested by the Director.

Experience:

Events Coordination within Higher Education or Charity Sector

knowledge of annual giving, events, fundraising and volunteer management

Manage highly sensitive financial information

Relate and respond to volunteers

Using CRM

Desirable: Raiser's Edge

£17 - £18 per hour
HR

Charity Talent are recruiting for a well-known Charity based in Central London. They are recruiting for an HR Officer to start asap . This is a 3-month temporary contract, you will have the option to apply for the permanent job when it is advertised later in the year. You will be 4 to 5 days in the office in Central London. Past an induction period of a few weeks, this could be reduced to 3 days per week

The HR Officer will be in charge of all transactional HR functions including payroll administration. They will also provide day to day basic advice to managers on policies and procedures. They will have experience in all those areas gained in a busy HR department.

Experience:

You will work as a HR Officer within the Charity Sector

CIPD qualified although not essential

£15 - £18 per hour

Charity Talent are recruiting for an EA to start asap to work for a Youth Charity based near Charing Cross.

Two month contract. Paying £15 - £18 per hour.

They are looking to recruit a professional, proactive and highly committed individual to support the Chief Executive as their Executive Assistant and provide diary management and technical support to the Chair of the Board of Trustees and two Co-founders.

The key purposes of the role are to provide exceptional administrative support and assistance to the Chief Executive and manage the complicated diaries for these four individuals, and their separate and combined administrative priorities. The ideal candidate will be an adaptable, supremely well-organised problem-solver with a meticulous attention to detail. Importantly, the Trust is seeking a highly personable individual, comfortable liaising with high-profile external partners across a breadth of sectors, with excellent communication skills. You will have highly proficient IT skills and experience of working with CRM systems and managing contact databases.

The ideal candidate will be able to manage a diverse workload while consistently working to an impeccable standard of accuracy. The ability to develop productive working relationships across different levels is vital. The role requires absolute discretion and trustworthiness at all times, as the responsibilities entail liaising with individuals and managing relationships at the highest level.

Role and Responsibilities

  • Manage four complicated diaries (Chief Executive's, Chair's and Co-founders)
  • Manage the Chief Executive's administrative activities and support the Chair and Co- Founders where required
  • Respond to and manage all incoming correspondence
  • Arrange meetings and conference calls, travel and accommodation
  • Ensure the Trust's Chief Executive, Chair and Co-Founders are fully briefed and prepared for all upcoming commitments
  • Organise meetings and prepare briefing papers, agendas and minutes including the quarterly Board of Trustees meetings
  • Attend events to assist the Chief Executive, Chair and wider staff team
  • VIP guest management for their summer Show and other key events throughout the year
  • Provide administrative support for their annual events programme, in particular liaison with trustees, VIPs and key partners
  • Office management and day-to-day maintenance including purchasing of office and kitchen supplies
  • Provide financial administration support including the filing of expenses, invoices and receipts
  • Draft emails, letters and prepare presentations on behalf of the Chief Executive and where required for the Chair and Co-Founders.
  • Maintain the Chief Executive's contact database
  • Other tasks which may be asked of you from time to time

The successful candidate will have:

Essential

  • An energetic, proactive and highly committed approach to their work
  • Well-presented, articulate and personable
  • Ability to work calmly under pressure
  • Effectively prioritise multiple demands
  • Outstanding administrative and organisational skills and the ability to prioritise
  • Meticulous attention to detail and supremely well organised
  • Ability to build positive relationships both internally and externally at all levels and across all contexts
  • Experience working with high-profile business leaders, creative professionals and governmental individuals
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced and demanding environment
  • Discrete and trustworthy
  • Highly proficient technology and digital literacy with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Apple Mac, Adobe, CRM systems and other programmes
  • Ability to draft briefing papers and letters across sectors to a high standard of written English

Desirable:

  • An interest in the creative industries and education sectors
  • An interest in the charitable sector

£11 - £12 per hour

Charity Talent are recruiting for a Receptionist to work for a Social Welfare Charity based in South London.

This is an immediate start and a 2 month contract, this job is a 7 day shift pattern, spread over monday to sunday, 16 - 30 hrs per week.

It is working at their Conference and training Centre.

Participating in the customer journey from initial contact to check out, dealing with internal and external queries in a courteous and professional manner.

Great customer service working with a range of visitors who can adapt quickly in a busy and varied environment

You will have Strong organisational skills, the ability to work flexibility within a busy team environment and be willing to support colleagues with strong interpersonal skills, and the confidence and ability to communicate effectively.

£23,000 - £27,500

Charity Talent is a niche Recruitment business working purely with the Charity and not for profit sector. We have a brilliant team but we’re super busy and we’d love a new Resourcing Consultant to come and join us.

So who are we and what is it like to work with us? We’re a small (but mighty!) team, we have a whole heap of recruitment experience between us and years working in the Charity sector, which (in our opinion) is one of the loveliest sectors to work in. We work hard and as a business we really value a hard-working attitude, integrity and perseverance. Our office is based in the City of London EC2A and we split our working time between the office and home (although we love being back together in the office now as much as possible).

As a Resourcing Consultant with us, you'd be working with the recruitment team collating lists of candidates suitable for jobs with our wonderful clients. You’d have LinkedIn, job boards, our internal database plus the fantastic existing network of candidates we have at your disposal to help make this happen. You would be conducting the initial telephone chat with these candidates and then meet those shortlisted either online or face to face to find out exactly what they love and hate doing and what their best skills are so we can match them to the perfect job.

There’s plenty of other things you’d get involved with too….posting job adverts, assisting with our social media presence, updating our recruitment database with all the candidates’ CV and compliance requirements and making sure that our candidates are happy in their new jobs. 

Who are we looking for? You don’t need to have any recruitment experience (although we’d be equally as happy if you did), it’s more important that you know how to confidently talk to people, know how to build rapport and trust and can comfortably manage your time. We offer a generous basic salary and we reward success with monthly bonuses (objective focussed and subject to successful completion of probationary period), ongoing training and development, and regular social activities (which has included trips abroad, escape rooms, team meals, mini-golf, curling, pool/darts and cocktail making). 

Benefits 
- Salary £23,000 – 27,500 dependant on experience.

- 25 days annual leave (plus Bank Holidays).
- Flexible working hours 
- Monthly bonus (subject to successful completion of probationary period and objective focussed) 
- Annual Salary review 
- Ongoing training and development
- Laptop and phone will be supplied

Hopefully you’ve read this and feel excited by the prospect of joining the team, if so, we would love to hear from you. 

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