3rd January 2019

CW+ – Development Manager

Position: Development Manager, CW+ Reports to: Director of Fundraising Salary: Up to £40,000 per annum Location: London, SW10 9HS In 2017, CW+ and the Trust launched its Critical Care Campaign to expand and redevelop the Neonatal Intensive Care and Adult Intensive Care Units. This is our biggest, most ambitious fundraising campaign to date, and marked a new focus for the charity from this income stream. Having raised £11.85 million of our £12.5 million target, we are now in the closing stages of the Campaign. Given our success to date and the potential identified to grow income further in this area, we are looking to recruit a Development Manager to join the existing Fundraising Team, to accelerate income growth from private individuals and from trusts and foundations. Be Challenged: Through the campaign, we have established the core of a successful major donor programme for the hospital charity in the heart of Chelsea. However, our ambitions will not cease with completion of the Critical Care Campaign, and we know there is significant potential to grow our activities and fundraising operation. This growth requires more resource in our fundraising department and represents an exciting opportunity for a talented major donor fundraiser wanting to take on more responsibility and […]
19th December 2018

Nottingham College – Principal (Curriculum & Learning)

Role: Principal, Curriculum & Learning – Nottingham College Location: Nottingham Salary: Competitive Reporting to: CEO Responsible for: Executive Director of Academic, Adult & Quality Executive Director of Curriculum Delivery & Development Director of Customer Experience The role of Principal at Nottingham College requires a student focused curriculum strategist with experience, drive, vision and commercial acumen. Nottingham College is one of the largest colleges in the UK with 34,000 students, 1,300 dedicated employees and ten campuses across Nottingham. Our focus is always on developing employment opportunities for our students through creative and inspirational teaching, and substantial progress has been made across all our Faculties.  We will continue to make progress through overhauling our curriculum offer to make sure the qualifications we deliver are most appropriate for the aspirations of our students and the needs of employers. We’ll also be heavily investing in our digital and IT infrastructure as well as continuing to review the quality of our estate and completing the capital build project of new £58m campus in the centre of Nottingham. Reporting to the CEO of Nottingham College and working as part of a collegiate and expert senior leadership team, as Principal you’ll lead all aspects of curriculum and […]
10th December 2018

The Children’s Trust – Trustee – Special Education Needs

Trustee – Special Education Needs Tadworth, Surrey Unremunerated – reasonable expenses paid Time Commitment – 2 days a month 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, 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 520 staff and over 1,000 volunteers who together are dedicated to providing children with brain injury and neurodisability to have the opportunity to live the best life possible. The Children’s Trust School is a non-maintained special school supporting children and young people aged 2-19. There are three residential houses supporting the Day School with registration for 44 young people. You join us at an exciting time, as we are midway through our 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 […]
10th December 2018

The Disabilities Trust – Non-Executive Board Members, Finance and Audit

Non-Executive Board Members The Disabilities Trust Role Type: Voluntary role with expenses (1-2 days per month) Location: Meetings are held in Central London The Disabilities Trust is a significant UK charity with income in excess of £55m per annum, assets of over £100m, and 1,800 staff supporting 1,000 people with assessment and rehabilitation for brain injury, complex autism, learning disabilities and physical disability, through residential centres and our day school in Berkshire. Services, tailored for each individual’s needs, include purpose-built residential accommodation, community-based housing, respite care, special education and community enabling services to maximise each individual’s independence. The Disabilities Trust is going through a period of change and transformation to ensure that the charity is positioned well for growth and to meet the increasing levels of competition from private healthcare providers. The opportunity is to create an organisation that has the commercial efficiency of a private provider with the values and person-centred focus of a charity. The Chief Executive, Irene Sobowale, has a vision for the charity to grow and expand, while putting people with disabilities first and their needs at the heart of what the Trust do. The Chair, Steve Howell, shares this ambition and wants to create a board environment […]
5th December 2018

Imperial College London – Head of Principal Gifts, Faculty of Medicine

Head of Principal Gifts, Faculty of Medicine Imperial College London Salary:£56,526 – £64,869 p.a. Location: South Kensington Campus, London UK Role type: Fixed term contract / Maternity cover (13mths) Imperial College London has a reputation for excellence in teaching and research in engineering, medicine, science and business. Consistently ranked within the top three universities in Europe, and the top ten worldwide, Imperial attracts the very best students, researchers and partners from across the globe. The Faculty of Medicine Development Team was established in 2014 and is responsible for raising £20M+ in philanthropic funds annually. The team works closely with the Dean of the Faculty and other senior academics and clinicians, and many colleagues across the (90 staff) Advancement Team to raise funds from alumni, friends and grateful patients. As a senior member of the Development team and under the leadership of the Director of Development for the Faculty of Medicine, you will be responsible for expanding the ambitious fundraising strategy for Imperial College London’s Principal-level (£1m+) prospects. Funding will be sought for Capital Projects, Endowed Positions, Scholarships, Academic Institutes and Centres. You will articulate the case for support in compelling language and will work with colleagues to develop appropriate marketing materials […]
5th December 2018

West Nottinghamshire College – Chair of the Corporation Board

Chair of the Corporation Board West Nottinghamshire College  Remuneration: £12k per annum (subject to Charity Commission approval) Time commitment: Up to 2 days per week (to be reviewed after 12 months) Term of office: 2 years, in the first instance West Nottinghamshire College is a huge asset to the communities it serves and the 26,000 students it educates, trains and develops. The facilities of the College are some of the best in the country, following £50m of capital projects – including a University Centre for Mansfield with a purpose to raise aspirations in the local area.  Having enjoyed over a decade of growth, improvement and development across its quality of provision, scale of delivery and estate, the College is now experiencing a period of financial challenge and is being supported through regulatory intervention and ongoing review. Following recent changes to the leadership of the College, the Corporation Board now seek a new Chair following the planned retirement of the incumbent in December 2018.  The Corporation Board is the College’s governing body and meets monthly to consider strategic developments and monitor College and management performance. It is made up of highly experienced people drawn from the private sector, public bodies, community groups, educational establishments, staff and […]
19th November 2018

Director – Autism Education Trust

Director, Autism Education Trust Salary: c£70k Location: London Our vision is that all children and young people with autism receive an education that enables them to fulfil their aspirations – is yours? One in 100 people are autistic. Education is key to enabling children and young people on the autism spectrum and their families to thrive.  The Autism Education Trust (AET) helps children and young people with autism to receive a good education, enabling them to reach their potential. Our mission is to provide professional development resources and opportunities that support education services and staff in securing positive experiences and outcomes for autistic children and young people.  We are a not for profit programme led by two national autism charities – the National Autistic Society and Ambitious about Autism. Established 10 years ago and supported and accredited by the Department for Education, the AET promotes and supports partnerships throughout the education system to improve educational access, experience and outcomes for children and young people with autism. Underpinned by current research into good education practice, the AET programme is structured around the three education phases – early years, school and post 16. We currently work with more than 60 local authorities […]
13th November 2018

Chief Executive – St Leonard’s Hospice

St Leonard’s Hospice Chief Executive York Salary – Competitive + benefits, including relocation St Leonard’s Hospice is an independent charity which has been providing care and support for the local community in York and the surrounding area from Ryedale in the north to Selby in the south, for over 30 years. With an overall rating of ‘Outstanding’ from the Care Quality Commission and a strong reputation within its community, the Hospice constantly strives to deliver the highest quality care and does this through a tireless focus on patients and their families and carers’ needs. The Hospice has a 20 bed in-patient unit, provides a range of day services at its Sunflower Centre and a Hospice@Home service offering specialist palliative nursing care and support to patients and their families in the last few weeks of life. As it looks ahead to its next strategy, the Hospice is now seeking to appoint an outstanding and values-led  individual to lead and collaborate with a highly capable team of staff and volunteers and work with an experienced Board, whilst continuing to develop St Leonard’s Hospice’s excellent reputation and capability for providing outstanding patient care. As our next Chief Executive you will join a confident […]