13th August 2018

Board Members – Finance and Audit, New College Stamford

Members of the Corporation Board 1 x Governor (Vice Chair of the Audit Committee) 1 x Governor (Member of the Finance Committee) Remuneration: Unpaid, voluntary role with reasonable expenses Time commitment: Circa 1-2 evenings per month, plus 1 Saturday per year Term of office: Up to 6 years New College Stamford is a fundamental asset to the local area and is highly valued within the town, by its community and local stakeholders alike.  The College Executive Team and Corporation Board are commitment to building on their recent achievements with a strong upward financial trajectory, increased student numbers, improved reputation and significant investment in digital technology – supported by the Greater Lincolnshire Local Enterprise Partnership with a £1million investment scheme. All in all, this is an exciting time to join New College Stamford as a Governor and be part of their continued journey in building and sustaining a preferred teaching and learning environment now and for the future. The Corporation Board is the non-executive decision-making body of the College. It is responsible for ensuring the strategy, finances and risk areas of the business are monitored and developed whilst having oversight of corporate governance and compliance. The role of Governor is to be party to approving the […]
23rd July 2018

External Trustees (x2) & Expert Committee Member (x1), Anglia Ruskin Students’ Union

External Trustees (x2) Expert Committee Member (x1) Anglia Ruskin Students’ Union Un-remunerated (reasonable expenses paid) Everything we do is led by students, for students. ARU Students’ Union exists to represent the students of Anglia Ruskin University. We are supported by a professional management team and a Board of Trustees, with £2 million turnover and 30+ career staff spread across campuses in Cambridge, Chelmsford, Peterborough and London. ARU Students’ Union has undertaken a significant transformation within recent years, delivering increased financial sustainability, developing several new spaces for students as well as adding a more robust governance structure to our organisation. The next piece of the jigsaw is to recruit two new External Trustees and a new Expert Committee Member. The new Board and Committee Members will join us at an exciting time as we enter the final stages of our current strategic plan and begin looking ahead to the future. There will be a significant opportunity for you to help build on our recent success and contribute towards our vision for the future. Joining us will provide you with a rewarding opportunity to support students who are developing as leaders within their communities and help empower them to make long-term and […]
16th July 2018

Chair of the Board, ACEVO

Chair of the Board of ACEVO Meetings are held in Central London Unremunerated, although reasonable expenses will be paid Time Commitment: 2-3 days per month ACEVO, the Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organisations, has been supporting, championing and connecting civil society leaders for over 30 years. With our new CEO, Vicky Browning, a new three-year strategy, and a newly engaged membership of over 1,100 individuals, it is an exciting time to join us on our journey. In fact, this is our moment. You can take a leading role in driving social change through adding value to the more influential role of ACEVO in promoting increased competence and growing confidence in our civil society. Our diverse membership currently benefits from exclusive personal development opportunities, mentoring tailored to senior leadership roles, networking & learning events, discounted professional services and a range of advice & support. Our new strategy will further develop the skills and competence of civil society leaders; showcase good leadership; better support and connect more leaders; enable more peer-to-peer support, and amplify the voices of our members and represent their interests civil society leaders. Improving member engagement in our policy and development work is key to ensuring that our members’ […]
3rd July 2018

Chief Executive, Mosaic Clubhouse

Chief Executive Mosaic Clubhouse £55-60k per annum plus pension contribution South London We are looking for an exceptional leader with a passion for working alongside people with mental health issues to lead Mosaic Clubhouse, an established award winning mental health charity providing services to the residents of inner city South London, into its next phase. Mosaic Clubhouse has been funded by Lambeth Council and NHS Lambeth since it was founded in 1994. We aim to promote positive mental health for those aged 16 and over, living with severe and often enduring mental health problems, enabling individuals to regain the confidence and skills necessary to lead productive and satisfying lives. The two central tenets of Mosaic are the concept of membership of the Clubhouse Community and working side by side with staff to co-deliver clubhouse activities as a key means of regaining confidence and self-esteem. Members are involved in every aspect of community life: they work on reception, run our café, maintain our gardens, deliver our administration and finance activities and deliver workshops for the benefit of their peers. Members are the key stakeholders within our organisation and participate in all our work, decision-making and governance opportunities. After six successful years, […]
19th June 2018

Corporate Partnership Development Manager (New Business), International Rescue Committee UK (IRC-UK)

Employer: International Rescue Committee UK (IRC-UK) Position: Corporate Partnership Development Manager (New Business) Reports to: Head of Corporate Partnership Location: London, UK Salary: Up to £43,000 per annum Contract: Permanent The International Rescue Committee UK is part of the IRC global network, which has its headquarters in New York and London. The IRC is on the ground in more than 40 countries, providing emergency relief, relocating refugees and rebuilding lives in the wake of disaster. Through 22 regional offices in cities across the United States, the IRC also helps refugees resettle in the US and become self-sufficient. Our European headquarters, IRC-UK, were established in London in 1997 to support the organisation’s global activities and particularly to diversify its donor base and be able to better advocate with European policy-makers on behalf of the people we serve. Since its establishment IRC-UK has grown rapidly and is now acknowledged for its high quality project management, technical expertise in governance and rights and economic recovery, and innovative thinking on early recovery and gender based violence. FUNDRAISING DEPARTMENT IRC-UK’s fundraising capability and income has grown significantly over the past 3 years.  There are ambitious plans to continue this trend and significantly increase income over the next 3 years. The Corporate Partnership Development […]
15th June 2018

Development Manager – Faculty of Engineering, Imperial College London

Development Manager, Faculty of Engineering Salary: £45,400- £54,880 per annum Location: South Kensington, London A community of problem-solvers dedicated to finding innovative solutions to the world’s biggest challenges, Imperial College London is one of the world’s leading science-focused universities, committed to making advances in research and education and lasting contributions to society. A global institution in outlook and reach, Imperial has four faculties, Engineering, Medicine, Natural Sciences and Business, an annual income of circa £970 million and considerable ambition for its future. Advancement is an agile and ambitious team, striving to generate philanthropic income for College and Faculty fundraising priorities. The team has been expanded considerably over the last few years and now comprises approximately 85 staff. The Advancement Division is seeking a Development Manager with the expertise and collaborative interpersonal skills to join their ambitious team and to develop the robust pool of individual major gift prospects to support strategic funding initiatives. Duties will include managing strategic projects and high priority donor relationships, with the aim of attracting major gifts (£25k+) in support of the Faculty of Engineering, as well as the wider College’s fundraising objectives. You will articulate the case for support in compelling language and develop appropriate […]
12th June 2018

Trustee – Digital Marketing/Service Development, The Children’s Trust

Trustee – Digital Marketing/Service Development The Children’s Trust Tadworth, Surrey Unremunerated – reasonable expenses paid The Children’s Trust is the UK’s leading charity for children with brain injury and neurodisability. We deliver rehabilitation, education and community services through our national specialist centre and The Children’s Trust School, based in Tadworth.  We also offer support more widely through our community services for children and young people across the UK and via our online Brain Injury Hub. Established for over 30 years, we have a team comprising 522 staff and over 500 volunteers who together are dedicated to providing children with brain injury and neurodisability to have the opportunity to live the best life possible. You join us at an exciting time, recently embarking on our next three-year strategy ‘Creating Futures Together’, which focuses on a number of key objectives including; to be the best at what we do, respond to the needs of children and young people, ensure our services are there for the long term and to scale up. To enable us to achieve our ambitions we are looking for a number of new trustees, including a Trustee with extensive strategic marketing and communications experience. The role will play a […]
12th June 2018

Medical Adviser, The Children’s Trust

Medical Adviser Tadworth, Surrey Unremunerated – reasonable expenses paid As an independent provider of healthcare and education, The Children’s Trust is the UK’s   leading charity for children with brain injury and neurodisability. We deliver rehabilitation, education and community services through our national specialist centre and The Children’s Trust School, based in Tadworth.  We also offer support more widely through our community services for children and young people across the UK and via our online Brain Injury Hub. Established for over 30 years, we have a team comprising 522 staff and over 500 volunteers who together are dedicated to providing children with brain injury and neurodisability to have the opportunity to live the best life possible. You join us at an exciting time, recently embarking on our next three-year strategy ‘Creating Futures Together’, which focuses on a number of key objectives including; to be the best at what we do, respond to the needs of children and young people, ensure our services are there for the long term and to scale up. As our Medical Adviser you will operate in a senior advisory role, in particular sitting on our Clinical Governance & Safeguarding Committee to ensure there is independent scrutiny of […]