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Youth Programmes Officer

  • £23000 - £25000 per annum

We are delighted to be working with The Ben Kinsella Trust as they look to appoint a driven and passionate Youth Programmes Officer. The Ben Kinsella Trust is one of the leading anti-knife crime charities in the UK, who deliver purpose-built exhibitions and consequences knife crime prevention workshops.

Are you a talented Youth Programmes Officer, or are you striving to be one? Can you demonstrate that you can deliver The Ben Kinsella Trust programmes to a very high standard? If so then you could be perfect for our client. We are looking for an education or youth work professional.

Key points about the role:

  • This post covers two sites in Islington and Barking and Dagenham and will be 5 days a week in the office.
  • Hours 35 hours per week, Monday-Friday, 09:30am-5pm. Occasionally you may be required to work outside of these hours and will receive time off in lieu.
  • £23,000 - £25,000 per annum
  • The initial contract is for 2 years, but there is every hope and expectation that this will be extended.
  • Open to full time, part time and term time only.

Specific tasks and skills include:

  • You can deliver programmes to a very high standard.
  • You are a skilled facilitator and communicator who can engage with young people from a diverse range of backgrounds.
  • You share The Ben Kinsella Trust values and is passionate about using education as a tool to support and empower young people and to stop knife crime.
  • You will be responsible for the delivery and coordination of our anti-knife crime workshops to young people, to a high standard.
  • You will work with the Regional Manager to ensure workshops at London exhibitions) operate smoothly and consistently to serve young people.
  • You will ensure the achievement of quality outcomes and have maximised engagement.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Fundraising and Events Manager - Refugee Charity

Are you a talented Fundraising and Events Manager, or are you striving to be one? Can you demonstrate that you can support and grow the Community and Events programme? If so then you could be perfect for my client, a refugee charity in London.

This role is a 12 month FTC (mat cover) with up to 3 days in the office near Hackney - salary includes London weighting.

This is a brilliant opportunity for someone looking to take the next step up in their career, with full oversight of growing events programme and line management responsibility.

The Role: In this Fundraising and Events Manager role, you will line manage a Fundraising Coordinator.

Specific tasks include:

  • Recruit participants to challenge events through marketing, email, print and social media.
  • Develop and maximise fundraising products.
  • Ensure that all fundraisers are stewarded and supported.
  • Maximise the use of digital and social media to promote events and steward supporters
  • Manage the project expenditure budgets.
  • Line manage, train and support the Coordinator, helping them to identify and achieve objectives.
  • Produce and implement multi-channel marketing plans.
  • Develop and cultivate relationships with sponsored event participants and community fundraisers.
  • Oversee all materials, including the fundraising guide, running vests and other fundraising collateral.

The Candidate: To be considered for the Fundraising and Events Manager role you will need to demonstrable ability to develop income growth in an event or community fundraising setting.

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

  • Excellent project management skills.
  • Ability to set priorities, manage projects, meet objectives and work to tight deadlines.
  • Proven knowledge of online fundraising tools and digital marketing
  • Experience of providing exemplary supporter stewardship.
  • Ability to write engaging content.
  • A passion and motivation to raise money to support refugees.

Digital Communications Officer

  • £34000 - £36000 per annum

Are you a talented Digital Communications Officer, or are you striving to be one? Can you demonstrate that you can implement digital communications activity through a variety of channels e.g. website, social media, publications, media and events? If so then you could be perfect for my client, a health and research charity in London.

This role is a permanent with up to 3 days in the office near Barbican.

The Role: In this Digital Communications Officer role, you will report to the Senior Communications Manager.

Specific tasks include:

  • Maintain the charity website including planning and creating regular updates.
  • Write and issue monthly UPDATE newsletter for subscribers.
  • Manage the social media channels, primarily Twitter and LinkedIn.
  • Support design and production of online publications and formal communications.
  • Record and report on communications activities using Salesforce.
  • Assist with proactive and reactive media activities.
  • Respond to media enquiries and draft and pitch opinion articles.

The Candidate: To be considered for the Digital Communications Officer role you will need to demonstrable ability to create high quality and engaging communications materials.

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

  • Experience of running digital and social media channels.
  • Experience of using website content management systems, CRM and databases.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills and interpersonal skills.
  • General administration and organisational skills.

Operations Manager

  • £45000 - £50000 per annum

Are you a talented Operations Manager, or are you striving to be one? Can you demonstrate that you can be responsible for day to day running of the Charity, to ensure efficient practises are in place? If so then you could be perfect for my client, a health and social welfare charity in London which provide accommodation to patients.

This role is a permanent with 5 days in the office near Paddington.

The Role: In this Operations Manager role, you will manage 11 staff members (receptionist, night-time staff, administrators, cleaners etc).

Specific tasks include:

  • Responsible for recruitment, retention, and training of all employees.
  • Report directly to the Board of Trustees.
  • Responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of the building.
  • Responsible for overseeing the day to day running of the building.
  • IT management (with the assistance of our IT company).
  • Approve and present all incoming invoices to accounts for payment at the end of every month.
  • Monitor and respond to emails.

The Candidate: To be considered for the Operations Manager role you will need to demonstrable strong administration and ability to build internal and external relationships.

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

  • Previous experience of the charity sector.
  • Experienced manager of people.
  • Confident communicator with excellent standard of both written and verbal.
  • Excellent attention to detail.
  • Understanding and empathetic.
  • Friendly and welcoming.

Fundraising Customer Care Officer

  • £23000 - £24000 per annum

Are you a talented Fundraising Customer Care Officer, or are you striving to be one? Can you demonstrate that you can support high level quality response service to supporters and the general public? If so then you could be perfect for my client, a Health 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 Kings Cross a month.

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

  • Respond to a high volume of inbound enquiries from supporters, volunteers and the general public across all communication channels.
  • Respond consistently to all enquiries.
  • Provide support for all fundraising campaigns through supporter focused response initiatives and fulfilment.
  • Log feedback (positive, negative and complaints).
  • Liaise with managers, supporters and volunteers to resolve standard and ad hoc queries.
  • Accurately maintain manual and electronic records, complying with GDPR and statutory regulations.
  • Input and maintain data on databases ensuring GDPR is adhered to.
  • Work collaboratively with other teams within Relationships and maintain open communication.

The Candidate: To be considered for the Fundraising Customer Care Officer 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 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

Team Assistant

  • £12 - £14 per hour

Are you a talented Team Assistant or are you striving to be one? Are you a 'people person' with the integrity and ability to handle confidential information? If so then you could be perfect for my client, a Cancer Charity based in London.

This is a 3 month temp role with the possibility to be extended and to start ASAP. This will be hybrid working with up to 2 days in their Euston office and the rest remote working.

The Role: In this temporary Team Assistant role you'll report to the Office Manager. Specific tasks include:

  • You will be to support the Executive Assistant and Office Manager.
  • You will be responsible for maintaining the smooth operation of the London office, ensuring procedures are followed.
  • You will support on international travel arrangements and diary management.
  • You will act as the point of contact for enquires into the office.
  • Support with creation of materials for important meetings.
  • Support staff with day-to-day queries.
  • Support on existing projects and programmes.

The Candidate: To be considered for the Team Assistant role you will need to possess strong administrative skills.

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

  • Interested in charity sector.
  • Experience of working with a range of different people
  • Interest in marketing and how to reach out and attract a diverse pool of applicants
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills, with the ability to build strong relationships.
  • Excellent written and verbal skills.
  • Flexible, highly organised and able to prioritise work to meet deadlines.
  • A team player, who is willing to deliver practically on the ground and be hands-on

Community Fundraising Manager

  • £36500 - £38500 per annum

Are you a talented Community Fundraising Manager, or are you striving to be one? Can you demonstrate that you can lead the development and implementation of a variety of fundraising products and activities to retain and attract supporters? If so then you could be perfect for my client, a Health Charity.

This is a permanent role with 2 days in the office near Liverpool Street Station.

Whether this is your first manager role or you're looking for a new challenge, we would love to hear from you.

The Role: As the Community Fundraising Manager, you will line manage the Community and Events Officers and work closely with Head of Community. Specific tasks:

  • Implement strategy and portfolio to deliver and grow net income.
  • Deliver an excellent supporter experience to those taking part in the charity products and implement a supporter journey that maximises full potential.
  • Support on mass-market comms and personal stewardship across a variety of channels.
  • Develop relevant and engaging on and offline fundraising resources for supporters.
  • Support and promote long term relationships and deliver an excellent supporter experience.
  • Work with the Data team to maximise the quality and integrity of supporter data in the fundraising database.
  • Work with the wider team to manage stock fulfilment processes and adhere to agreed budgets.
  • Work closely with the Community and Events marketing team as they develop effective marketing campaigns and activities.
  • Support the Senior Manager to help select and manage fundraising agencies working with the charity.
  • To manage the performance and personal development of the Community Fundraising Officers.

The Candidate: To be considered for the Community Fundraising Manager role you will need to possess experience in community fundraising, mass events or individual giving.

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

  • Charity sector experience in a similar role.
  • Strong knowledge of Community Fundraising.
  • Passionate about providing supporters with the best possible experience.
  • strong relationship-building skills.
  • Have successfully developed multi-channel supporter journeys and have a flair for testing and innovating by improving stewardship.
  • Your strong copywriting skills means you'll be able to help develop inspiring fundraising resources and communications for supporters.
  • Positive attitude will mean your team of Community Fundraising Officers feel empowered, developed and supported in their roles.

Fundraising and Event Coordinator

Are you a talented Fundraising and Event Coordinator, or are you striving to be one? Can you demonstrate that you can drive not only income, but also awareness, active engagement and long-term loyalty with supporter? If so then you could be perfect for my client, an Government Funded Charity in London.

This role is a permanent and can either be hybrid working (office based in Surrey) or remote working with the ability to attend the office for important meetings.

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

  • Support the development and delivery of fundraising products and programmes, including third party events and mass participation campaigns.
  • Work closely with the rest of the Fundraising team to help drive long-term value and reach the set financial targets.
  • Deliver excellent supporter experience with the aim of building long-term relationships.
  • To use digital platforms to reach and unite a remote audience.
  • Working with our marketing team to promote and deliver our fundraising activities.
  • Stay ahead of sector trends through research and networking.
  • To work alongside the team to maximise value of volunteering.
  • Support on the day of fundraising activities and events.

The Candidate: To be considered for the Fundraising and Event Coordinator role you will need to demonstrable building strong internal and external relationships.

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

  • possess administration and customer service experience.
  • Prior experience of dealing with a high volume of emails/calls.
  • Enthusiastic individual.
  • Excellent attention to detail and a personable and flexible approach.
  • Someone who is organised and efficient.
  • Demonstrate the ability to make informed decisions under pressure.
  • Demonstrable experience of dealing with campaigns and events.
  • Preferable experience of managing volunteers.
  • Demonstrable experience working with organisations & individuals.

Media Officer

  • £27000 - £30000 per annum

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

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

The responsibilities:

  • As the Media 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

Head of Finance

  • £60000 - £65000 per annum

Are you a talented Head of Finance, or are you striving to be one? Can you demonstrate that you have strong financial lead and will be able to take ownership of year end and monthly reporting? If so then you could be perfect for my client, a Children Charity based in London.

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

This is a great opportunity to grow your own team with a wide range of autonomy.

The Role: As the Head of Finance, you will work closely with the Chief Finance & Operating Officer (CF&OO). Tasks include:

  • To help set out the strategic direction, aligned with business plans and fiscal goals.
  • You will provide accurate budgeting.
  • To monitor the charities income generating streams and provide a full picture of fundraising activities.
  • Oversee financial processes and procedures.
  • Oversee the probity of staff Management Accounts and Balance Sheet through review and financial analysis.
  • Prepare Board Management Accounts and overseeing Trustees Report.
  • Lead the organisation budgeting process and half year budget review.
  • Assess, Monitor and Control financial/fraud and security risks.
  • Ensure effective financial governance through legislative and regulatory compliance and policies
  • Review supplier contracts as required.
  • Manage auditors and, as required, legal consultants.

The Candidate: To be considered for the Head of Finance, it's crucial that you possess the following:

  • Professional Qualification (ACCA/ACMA/CIMA/ACG (ACIS).
  • Years of experience in a senior financial management role.
  • Charity experience is desirable.
  • Experience of delivering the full range of financial and accounting services required by a charity or small business.
  • Proactive approach to continual improvement and best practice implementation.
  • Experience of administering cloud based accounting systems such as Quickbooks or xero.
  • Strong knowledge and demonstrable experience in financial planning.
  • Good interpersonal skills with the ability to work successfully across different teams.

Supporter Fundraising Executive (FTC)

Are you a talented Supporter Fundraising Executive, or are you striving to be one? Can you demonstrate that you have experience have experience providing high level quality response service to supporters and the general public dealing with enquiries and complaints? If so then you could be perfect for my client, a Children Charity.

This is a FTC role until June 2023 and will be hybrid working up to 2 days in the London office based near Camden (NW1).

The Role: In this Supporter Fundraising Executive role, you will be working in the Fundraising team as well as support Challenge events and Community fundraising team. Specific tasks include:

  • To be the first point of contact for supporters, providing information, advice and support.
  • Support the fundraising team on any enquiries across individual giving, corporate and legacy giving.
  • To communicate with supporters via telephone, post, and email.
  • To take donations and registrations and thanking donations.
  • To receive and respond to complaints about the Charity's fundraising activity.
  • To deliver personalised support to maximise the income and impact the supporters.
  • To maintain accurate records of supporter interaction on the CRM system.
  • To provide support with managing the administration of fundraising platforms.
  • To help deliver an excellent 'on the day' supporter experience by attending events.
  • To work collaboratively across teams to ensure programmes are integrated and fundraising goals are achieved.

The Candidate: To be considered for the Supporter Fundraising Executive role you will need to possess administration experience in an office environment. 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 attention to detail and a personable and flexible approach.
  • Experience working in a customer service role
  • Strong IT skills including excel.
  • Excellent organisational skills with ability to manage multiple tasks by prioritising effectively.
  • Strong and effective communicator, capable of talking to a diverse range of people with sensitivity and discretion
  • Excellent verbal and written skills
  • Good listener with excellent telephone skills
  • Have excellent attention to detail and be accurate in data capture.
  • A quick learner, able to learn about the charity's extensive portfolio.

Supporter Fundraising Executive

  • £25000 - £27000 per annum

Are you a talented Supporter Fundraising Executive, or are you striving to be one? Can you demonstrate that you have experience have experience providing high level quality response service to supporters and the general public dealing with enquiries and complaints? If so then you could be perfect for my client, a Children Charity.

This is a permanent role and will be hybrid working up to 2 days in the London office based near Camden (NW1).

The Role: In this Supporter Fundraising Executive role, you will be working in the Fundraising team as well as support Challenge events and Community fundraising team. Specific tasks include:

  • To be the first point of contact for supporters, providing information, advice and support.
  • Support the fundraising team on any enquiries across individual giving, corporate and legacy giving.
  • To communicate with supporters via telephone, post, and email.
  • To take donations and registrations and thanking donations.
  • To receive and respond to complaints about the Charity's fundraising activity.
  • To deliver personalised support to maximise the income and impact the supporters.
  • To maintain accurate records of supporter interaction on the CRM system.
  • To provide support with managing the administration of fundraising platforms.
  • To help deliver an excellent 'on the day' supporter experience by attending events.
  • To work collaboratively across teams to ensure programmes are integrated and fundraising goals are achieved.

The Candidate: To be considered for the Supporter Fundraising Executive role you will need to possess administration experience in an office environment. 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 attention to detail and a personable and flexible approach.
  • Experience working in a customer service role
  • Strong IT skills including excel.
  • Excellent organisational skills with ability to manage multiple tasks by prioritising effectively.
  • Strong and effective communicator, capable of talking to a diverse range of people with sensitivity and discretion
  • Excellent verbal and written skills
  • Good listener with excellent telephone skills
  • Have excellent attention to detail and be accurate in data capture.
  • A quick learner, able to learn about the charity's extensive portfolio.

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