19th January 2018

Chair of the Corporation, Richmond upon Thames College

Chair of the Corporation A maximum of two terms of four years Unpaid with reasonable expenses Approximately four days per month Our current high-calibre, Corporation has improved significantly over the past three years involving the appointment of 12 new Members.  As Chair, you will quickly foster positive relations with governors and executive colleagues and develop your understanding of the strategic direction of our organisation.  We have a fantastic diversity of governors on the Corporation, with a wide range of skills and knowledge from various sectors, communities and career backgrounds .  The CEO/Principal and Corporation plan to commence strategic planning for the 2020-2025 period soon, and you will play an integral part in this process. Your experience of business planning and stakeholder engagement in large and complex companies will be of great value.  As Chair of a progressive FE college, it’s important that you have an affinity for and understanding of further education, skills and work based training.  Whilst it is not essential that the Chair has direct experience of the sector, it’s important that you believe in education and skills standards for all of our students; regardless of their backgrounds, ethnicity or culture, and have a deep belief in the power […]
19th January 2018

Chair of the Corporation Board, New City College

Chair of the Corporation Board A maximum of two, four-year periods Unpaid with reasonable expenses A minimum of four days per month (equivalent) New City College is on a strategic journey, and making good progress with a strong leadership team in place and a skilful and experienced Corporation.  Under a relatively new group structure, a focus for us is to ensure that we provide consistency in the planning and delivery of an excellent curriculum which meets the needs of students and employers, quality assurance and data management, the improvement of finances and outcomes for students across our three Colleges. Our next Chair will appreciate the difference between executive and non-executive leadership around decision making and planning.  You will work closely with the Board, the Group CEO and Principal, together with the senior post-holders of the College, to quickly understand our strategy and plans, and bring about further cohesion of our Board; having gone from 26 to 18 Members since the merger of our three colleges. As an experienced senior leader/executive from a sector which adds value to our current Board’s profile, we do not require someone with an in-depth understanding of the FE and skills sector. What is important to us is proven experience […]
17th January 2018

Science Director, Animal Free Research UK

Science Director, Flexible Location Salary up to £55k + Benefits Animal Free Research UK (AFR UK) is the UK’s leading medical research charity that funds and promotes the development of techniques and procedures to replace the use of animals in biomedical research and testing.  We work collaboratively with the scientific community to achieve our aims of reducing animal testing and increasing the scientific validity of research. There are huge opportunities ahead for AFR UK with a wealth of research now questioning the validity of animal research, as well as positive research indicating that alternative methods to animal testing can be more accurate and effective than using animals. We are ambitious to grow and broaden our profile and influence, so this role will work alongside our new Chief Executive to network, develop external relationships, and further promote the work of the scientists we fund. The successful candidate will be able to develop and deliver a strategy for the scientists that we support in the future to ensure that we maximise our impact. Your career experience will give you credibility within the scientific community, and regardless of your background, we are looking for somebody with excellent networking skills and a natural curiosity who […]
15th January 2018

Director of Finance and Operations, Early Intervention Foundation

Location: London Salary: £70-78,000 Contract: Permanent Hours: This is a full-time role although flexible working will be considered on a case by case basis  The Early Intervention Foundation (EIF) is the go-to organisation for evidence and advice on early intervention – identifying children from conception to early adulthood who are at risk of poor outcomes and providing effective early support. Our robust research and policy work aims to improve the development of children and young people and we want to increase the amount of early intervention that exists to improve outcomes for children and their families. We are a charity and also one of the government’s What Works Centres, generating and then disseminating the best evidence of ‘what works’ to policy makers, commissioners and practitioners in our field. EIF was set up in 2013, and now has around 20 staff and c£1.5m t/o. Over the past 12 months we have appointed a new chief executive and we are in the process of reviewing our strategy for the next five years to ensure that the case for early intervention is reiterated and strengthened, and that we move from start-up to a more sustainable organisation.  We need to be even more effective […]
9th January 2018

Three Trustees, Young Epilepsy

Three Trustees Unremunerated (expenses paid) Young Epilepsy is the leading charity helping young people with epilepsy and associated conditions in the UK. We deliver services that make a significant, and positive impact, for young people with epilepsy and associated conditions. This includes directly educating and caring for over 200 children and young people up to the age of 25 severely affected by epilepsy, as well as a growing proportion with other associated conditions, including autism, in our school and college. A truly national charity with a far-reaching profile for research and influence, we support people from all over England from our beautiful 64 acre site in Lingfield, Surrey. Young Epilepsy has moved through a transitional phase and the organisation is moving towards achieving ‘Outstanding’ status for our schools and ‘Good’ in our residential services. Our Board is on a similar journey following a recent governance review, and we are committed to increasing our efficiency and effectiveness. To help us in this regard we are seeking three new Trustees, people with the potential to become Committee Chairs. We are looking to appoint people with the following expertise: Fundraising: to help critique and support the work of the fundraising team, and bring new thinking to the Young Epilepsy with […]
8th January 2018

Member and Independent Trustees, IOSH

Member and Independent Trustees – Board of The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) Unremunerated (Reasonable expenses will be paid) Location: Wigston, Leicestershire IOSH is the world’s largest membership organisation for safety and health professionals, and the only one with Chartered status, with over 47,000 members around the world. IOSH, and its members, have a significant and positive impact on the health, safety and wellbeing of working people, providing a powerful voice for change and improvement. We are going through a period of great change and launched our ambitious five-year strategy, WORK 2022, in April 2017, providing greater focus for IOSH which has seen significant growth in both our membership numbers and the success of our commercial activities. We also have a new Senior Leadership Team in place, so this is a very exciting time to join the Board of Trustees. Achieving WORK 2022 requires transformational change in our organisation and it will be important for our Trustees to understand the legal duties, responsibilities and liabilities of trusteeship; be able to personally deliver against agreed actions and have the capability to contribute constructively and regularly at meetings, whilst maintaining total integrity whilst in post. To help us in this regard we are […]
8th January 2018

Head of Commercial Development, CQI (Chartered Quality Institute)

Head of Commercial Development CQI (Chartered Quality Institute)                           Location: Central London Salary: Up to £60,000 per annum, depending on proven experience The Chartered Quality Institute is a professional membership body with a range of products and services aimed at raising awareness of quality (governance, assurance, improvement) and growing capability within organisations in all sectors. Operating under two brands, the Institute has a professional membership of 10,000 (CQI) as well as certifying over 10,000 people worldwide in the specialist profession of management system auditors (IRCA). Our training course portfolio provides the industry standard for quality professionals. The Commercial team is made up of the Marketing, Partnerships and Events teams. The Head of Commercial Development will work closely with the Head of Marketing, and will have one direct report, the Commercial Account Manager. The Head of Commercial Development is responsible for: -Day to day senior management duties – including the development of team members -Building and managing a portfolio of Corporate Partners – primarily through new business development, with a degree of account management As we move into the next phase of corporate membership growth and engagement, we’re seeking new talent to help us achieve our 2020 strategic objectives and create a […]
13th December 2017

Head of Fundraising, Safe Child Thailand

Head of Fundraising Safe Child Thailand £40,000 – £45,000 35 Hours Week Permanent, full time role based in Clapham Common For over 30 years we’ve been working tirelessly to safeguard at-risk children in Thailand and empower them to reach their fullest potential. We partner with bold Thai organisations to sustain a range of charitable projects on the ground. Our work includes strengthening child protection systems, eliminating institutionalisation of disabled children, fighting trafficking and exploitation and improving support for vulnerable children and their families. It is through local partners and a sustainable integrated approach that we support projects on the ground in Thailand. We are a small, dynamic and ambitious organisation. Fundraising is of vital importance to us, and we are now recruiting for a talented Head of Fundraising to join our entrepreneurial charity and work with our senior team to build our fundraising capacity. This brand-new role will take responsibility for our range of income across corporate, major grants and HNWIs, as well as overseeing regular giving and legacy income. As an organisation with a very clearly defined focus, and huge potential to grow income. The new post holder will take responsibility for delivering our fundraising strategy, so this will be a strategic role but also […]
12th December 2017

Senior Development Executive – Medical Sciences, University of Oxford

Senior Development Executive – Medical Sciences University of Oxford Salary: Grade 8: £39,992 – £47,722 per annum with possible extension to £52,132 The University of Oxford aims to lead the world in research and education. Our researchers engage with academic, commercial and cultural partners globally to stimulate high-quality research and enable innovation through a broad range of social, policy and economic impact. Oxford’s medical researchers are also leading the fight against the world’s most pressing health challenges, including dementia, cancer, mutating influenza viruses, Ebola, Zika and HIV/AIDS. This is an exceptionally exciting time for Medical Sciences at Oxford as we continue to grow and expand our Development income to support our vital work. A crucial part of this will be a new team of Senior Development Executives, who will work with some of the world’s top medical scientists across a number of departments. You will be part of a high performing and highly motivated Development team, raising funds to support Oxford’s ground-breaking work through a range of high-profile projects. Managing your own donor portfolio across diverse income streams including individuals and trusts & foundations, you will be translating world leading science into compelling projects for a range of funders. In […]
13th November 2017

Director of Income & Communications, Lewis-Manning Hospice

Director of Income & Communications, Lewis-Manning Hospice Competitive Salary Location: Poole, Dorset Lewis Manning Hospice is a highly regarded independent charity providing comprehensive end-of-life healthcare for the Poole and Bournemouth community. Building on the foundations of more than 25 years, we support and care for people with life-shortening illnesses, their families and carers. Our core services include a 12 bed in patient facility, and a wellbeing Day Hospice service which aims to help support adults living with cancer and other life-threatening illnesses in co-operation with the wider multi-disciplinary team involved in their care. The hospice is a registered charity receiving around 25% of its funding from the NHS. We rely on the generosity of our local community to fund the hospice and this comes from individuals, events, local businesses, trusts, schools, community groups, our shops, our lottery and Gifts in Wills. We are currently looking to recruit a Director of Income & Communications who embodies the values of our hospice, understands the future challenges and opportunities for fundraising and is passionate about supporting people. Coming from a background in the charity sector, you will have multi-income stream experience as well as a track record of leading and developing a team of […]
8th November 2017

Trustees and Treasurer, Migrant Help

Trustees and Treasurer Unremunerated but reasonable expenses will be paid London, with visits to UK offices Migrant Help is a national charity offering support, guidance and accommodation to vulnerable migrants across the UK. We provide services to asylum seekers, victims of human trafficking and other migrants. Whether someone has fled persecution, escaped from slavery or found themselves in a situation that they do not understand, Migrant Help offers advice, support and a place of safety. We were founded in 1963 to give support to migrants arriving through the ports of Kent, and since then have expanded across the UK. Our income is c£9.5m, a large proportion of which comes through government funding. We also have a successful social enterprise, Clear Voice, an interpreting and translation service whose profits are ploughed back into the charity. In the current geopolitical environment, we have found our services are needed by ever more individuals. In the wake of the Modern Slavery Act, there has also been an increased political focus on victims of human trafficking. We have recently welcomed a new Chief Executive, and are developing a new strategy to help us support more migrants and build our future sustainability. We are looking to […]