24th September 2018

Legacy Manager (Marketing), The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity

Legacy Manager (Marketing) The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity Salary: £40,000 Location: Chelsea, London with occasional travel to Sutton, Surrey. Reports to: Head of Legacies Responsible for: Legacy Marketing Executive The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity raises money solely to support The Royal Marsden, a world-leading cancer centre.  We ensure our nurses, doctors and research teams can provide the very best care and develop life-saving treatments, which are used across the UK and around the world. From funding state-of-the-art equipment and ground-breaking research, to creating the very best patient environments, we will never stop looking for ways to improve the lives of people affected by cancer. Be inspired The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity has a three-year strategy that aims to significantly grow our income. The Legacy team have developed a strategy to merge with the organisational aspirations that focuses on engaging, stewarding and retaining supporters who wish to leave a gift in their Will to help achieve a sustainable increase in income for the Charity. Be challenged We are looking for a driven Legacy Marketing Manager who will support the Head of Legacies to deliver the best in class legacy programme that puts our supporters at the heart of the charity’s work […]
24th September 2018

Head of Fundraising & Communications, Leuka

Title: Head of Fundraising & Communications Salary: £55,000 – £60, 000 per annum (depending on experience) Accountable to: Chief Executive Full-time: 37.5 hours per week Location: 52 Portland Place, London, W1B 1NH Benefits: 25 days holiday, 8 bank holidays, up to 7.5% pension Leuka is a specialist, entrepreneurial medical research charity – focussed on funding leukaemia and related blood cancer research. As a leading leukaemia research charity, we are determined to discover the best treatments and ultimately a cure. Our goal is a world free from leukaemia. This is a bold statement, but it is what we believe. We need to grow our income to fund our plans for the next three years (2018-20) and beyond – to continue to support the latest, most promising blood cancer research and clinical trials to ensure the best, most effective treatments are available to patients. As Head of Fundraising & Communications you will be expected to consolidate our success, strengthen our supporter relationships and secure the means to fund our plans. You will be expected to lead on all aspects of creating and delivering a fundraising strategy so we can realise our ambitions. You will need to raise our Brand awareness and public engagement through all means possible: digital […]
17th September 2018

External Trustees, Union of Kingston Students

External Trustees  Union of Kingston Students Reasonable expenses paid How would you influence one of the most diverse Student Unions in the UK? Kingston students are different. Many of our students are the first in their family to go to university, many of us are commuters, and we have an exceptionally diverse student population. We represent 20,000 talented students, across four different campuses, and our students’ study everything from arts to astronautics (that’s literally rocket science!). We are proud of all the different aspects of our diversity and believe that it makes us a vibrant organisation that is able to think of new ideas, transform lives and act as a force for good to support, empower and enrich the lives of all students at Kingston University. We are emerging from a period of significant change; we have relocated, rebranded and refocused our aims, consolidated our activities, strengthened our relationship with Kingston University and appointed a new Chief Executive. We have done this to better represent the ambition of our students, and they are now beginning to realise the power of this transformation. Change is never an easy or quick process, naturally, there are still challenges ahead, but we have built an […]
13th September 2018

Head of Innovation, UK Programmes, Save the Children UK

Head of Innovation, UK Programmes Save the Children UK Salary range: £46,000-£53,000 Location: UK Office (either Glasgow, Edinburgh, Manchester, London, Belfast or Cardiff) with significant presence in London office and frequent travel to all our offices We are looking for an ambitious and experienced person to join our UK Programme Development & Quality Team as Head of Innovation.  You will provide strategic leadership to our innovation work, leading on identifying opportunities for new work and on co-designing new approaches based on human-centred perspectives. Our work centres on supporting children’s development in the early years with a focus on initiatives to help parents to support their children’s learning and development, and ensuring children have access to high quality services. Our UK and Global Programmes department delivers humanitarian and development programmes, builds partnerships with institutional donors – including governments, multi-nationals and trusts – and drives lasting change. Together, we save children’s lives, fight for their rights and help them fulfil their potential. In the UK, our strategy focuses on children in poverty and the early years. As Head of Innovation you will work closely with our theme teams and national delivery teams to develop new approaches to longstanding social challenges. You will […]
12th September 2018

Director of Collections and Library Services, The London Library

The London Library Director of Collections and Library Services Salary: circa £60,000 + generous benefits Location: London The London Library, founded in 1841, has played a significant role in the intellectual and cultural life of the nation for nearly 200 years. An independent and self-financing charity, the Library is a real hidden gem, and an essential resource for scholars, students and the intellectually curious. It is also the working home of writers of all kinds, from the internationally acclaimed to those preparing to write publications for the first time. Members and staff share a special sense of belonging to this outstanding institution, enjoying its history, heritage, and outstanding collections. The Collection is at the heart of the Library. It consists of over one million books, including some astonishing rarities, and extensive electronic resources, making The London Library one of the world’s greatest lending libraries. While the Library remains highly successful, it needs to strengthen its membership base, attract new supporters, expand its reach and increase awareness, and develop new services and facilities to a wider audience. The London Library now seeks a new Director of Collections and Library Services to work closely with the Director and the Executive team in developing the […]
12th September 2018

Head of Corporate Partnerships, International Rescue Committee

Job Title: Head of Corporate Partnerships Reports to: Deputy Director of Partnerships and Fundraising Location: London, UK Salary: £50-52k per annum Contract: Permanent Hours: Full time (37.5 hours per week) The International Rescue Committee (IRC) responds to the world’s worst humanitarian crises and helps people to survive and rebuild their lives. We offer lifesaving care and life-changing assistance to refugees forced to flee from war or disaster in over 40 countries. IRC’s Global Partnerships and Philanthropy (GPP) department is responsible for the global delivery of our private sector fundraising, contributing upwards of $200 million per year, and delivering key partnerships and influence that support our mission. GPP Europe, the regional hub, comprises of IRC-UK and IRC Deutschland, as well as future European fundraising markets. As the Head of Corporate Partnerships, you will be responsible for developing and leading a small but high performing corporate partnerships team. You will do this by building innovative, ambitious and high-profile relationships with a range of private sector organisations. This role is responsible for securing significant and sustainable funding for IRC’s work as well as strategic activities that support refugees in Europe and globally, including becoming a member of our Business Refugee Action Network. This post will have responsibility for […]
11th September 2018

Trustees, Parentkind

Trustees (reasonable expenses will be payable) Meetings are normally held in Central London Parents are vital in helping every child thrive and reach their potential at school. Being a parent isn’t always easy. Teachers and schools are under pressure and sometimes lack the resources to fully engage families and  the wider community, yet we know that when parents are involved in their children’s education, it has the greatest impact not on just results, but in their children’s self-esteem, confidence and enthusiasm for learning. This is why Parentkind exists- to bring homes and schools together. Parentkind is here to support more parents to engage in more schools in more ways to benefit as many children as possible. As well as being the UK’s leading membership body for Parent Teacher Associations, we also support and champion the role of parents in their child’s education through our guidance, training and research and by influencing educators, senior education policy makers and legislators. Our recent brand change is part of a wider transformation that requires new Trustees who can embrace change, mirror our ambitions, drive innovation, provide strategic insight and possess the desire to impact the education sector. We are looking for people who can be a […]
10th September 2018

Director of Membership, Development and Communications, Skills and Education Group

Director of Membership, Development and Communications Skills and Education Group £55-65k + benefits Nottingham The brands within the Skills and Education Group are well-known and trusted across the education and skills sectors. These comprise of ABC Awards, Certa and emfec as well as the Skills and Education Group itself and the associated benefits which membership brings. Through the strategic merger of organisations over recent years, we are positioned to realise our vision of supporting the development and delivery of further education and skills providers, to enable them to enhance the lives of young people and adults. The Director of Membership, Development and Communications is a new strategic role within the Group and reports directly to the Chief Executive. The remit of the Directorate covers the full breadth of the Group and the post-holder will be responsible for; driving membership growth and satisfaction, strategic oversight of business development and account management, communications and engagement, opportunities for our members to learn from sharing best practice through networks, tailored CPD activity and events. This is an exciting time to join a unique organisation with opportunities to help shape the future of our business and grow with the Group. Your work will be underpinned by […]