23rd August 2017

Director of Professional Services, The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH)

Director of Professional Services £79,000–£83,000 + benefits Leicester The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) is the Chartered body for health and safety professionals. This year we launched our new five-year corporate strategy, WORK 22 – shaping the future of safety and health, to influence positive change, enhance the profession and support our members. Internally, we have launched our new transformation programme and as part of this we have created an exciting new position of Director of Professional Services. Reporting to the Chief Executive, this is a chance to join the Senior Leadership Team. You will lead and develop all aspects of our professional support to our 47,000-strong membership services. It’s a critical role at the heart of IOSH, where you’ll have considerable influence on the profession and its future progress. You will lead the team to enhance the occupational safety and health profession. Leading professional development, technical support and guidance, a modern membership offer and a dynamic membership engagement strategy, you will have direct impact on the reputation of the profession. Working across IOSH to enhance the member experience, you’ll expand our global reach and influence as a centre of excellence. Forging new professional alliances and working collaboratively, building […]
22nd August 2017

Institute Finance Manager, Institute of Physics

Institute Finance Manager, Institute of Physics Salary: c£65,000 per annum, depending on experience + plus benefits Campus: Portland Place, London W1B 1NT The Institute of Physics (IOP) is a leading scientific society. We are a charitable organisation with a worldwide membership of more than 50,000, working together to advance physics education, research and application. Our work encourages people to develop their interest in physics, whether in the classroom, in colleges and universities, in businesses, or at home. We do this by breaking traditional boundaries and crossing into the arts, sport and innovation. We are searching for a new Institute Finance Manager, reporting to the Finance Director in Bristol. Based in the London IOP office, you will work collaboratively across our Bristol based finance team and central London IOP charity, being a key part of the finance management team in Bristol, and representing all aspects of finance service delivery to London. You will work in collaboration with a range of key stakeholders from end users of finance services, operational managers and budget holders through to directors, non-executives and trustees. Working as a peer to the management team in the charity side of our organisation, you will bring a different perspective to […]
21st August 2017

Science Director, Animal Free Research UK

Location Hitchin Salary up to £50k  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 with the scientific community in a non-confrontational way to achieve our aims of replacing animals in testing and increasing the scientific validity of research. There are huge opportunities ahead for AFR UK with the wealth of research now questioning the validity of animal research, as well as positive research suggesting 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 the Chief Executive to network, develop more external relationships, and further promote the work of the scientists we fund. The successful candidate will be able to develop a strategy for the scientists that we support in the future to ensure that we maximise our impact, and to help us become a key influencer in the animal replacement sector. Your career experience will give you credibility within the scientific community, and regardless of whether you are from commerce […]
16th August 2017

Senior Fundraising Manager, Borne

Senior Fundraising Manager Location: Imperial College facilities at Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, SW10 9NH, London Contract type: Permanent, full-time Remuneration: £45,000 – £55,000 p.a. + benefits Reports to: Chief Operating Officer Premature birth is the No. 1 cause of infant death and disability worldwide. Every year, 15 million babies are born too soon. 1 million will die. 75% of childhood health problems – cerebral palsy, deafness, blindness, development delays and learning difficulties – are associated with preterm birth. Across the globe, 1-in-12 babies are born too soon, and in the developing world, preterm birth rates and mortality rates are much higher. Yet our ability to reduce prematurity rates is negligible. We simply do not know enough. At Borne, we are working to make childbirth safer for mothers and babies, ensuring every child’s first day on earth would not be their hardest. Be inspired Research provides the foundations for lasting change. 85% of women who go into preterm labour are not identified to be at risk. We will make no progress in managing the complications of pregnancy until we know more about what is involved in normal and abnormal pregnancy and labour. Borne (www.borne.org.uk) was set up as a research appeal in […]
10th August 2017

Head of Development, University of Roehampton

Head of Development, University of Roehampton Salary:  Up to £50,000 p.a, depending on proven experience. Location: London, SW15 5PU The University of Roehampton has a proud history stretching back 175 years through its collegiate foundations and the last ten years in particular has seen it grow in strength and reputation. Today, it is ranked as the best modern University in London and the most research intensive modern university in the UK. Situated on two stunning parkland sites in Roehampton, south-west London, the University has a diverse community of 9,000 students from 140 countries. Not only one of the longest standing providers of teacher education, it remains one of the largest in the UK and one of the fastest-growing providers of online-education. It has a diverse academic portfolio, including departments as broadly ranging as Dance, where it is ranked No.1 for research in the UK, Life Sciences, Psychology, Business and a Law School, to name a few. With the support of alumni, partners and friends of the University and its Colleges, together we want to change the lives of current and future students and ensure that Roehampton makes a significant and positive impact on wider society. Underpinning this will be the […]
27th July 2017

External Trustees, Lancaster University Students’ Union (LUSU)

Lancaster University Students’ Union (LUSU) External Trustee x2 Voluntary, reasonable expenses paid. The Union Lancaster University Students’ Union (LUSU) is an exciting charity with an £8m+ turnover and one clear goal; to inspire and support our students to love their time at Lancaster. We have over 40 members of staff dedicated to this goal and support our work by delivering quality services to the 13,000+ students at Lancaster University. This includes managing the societies and sports clubs on campus, running large events such as the Graduation Ball attended by over 1,000 students per year, advice and support services and operating commercial services such as a student lettings agency and the Sugarhouse nightclub. The Role LUSU’s External Trustees support the Unions governance structures and provide valuable experience, expertise and networks which enables the Union to gain addition support, have a competent decision-making process and act more strategically. Sometimes we will need you to challenge the services, ideas and processes we have, as well as help us to create innovative ways to change our organisations services, culture and structures. However, the principle is always the same, to help us engage with students and have positive impact with as many of them as […]
21st July 2017

Communications Manager, Orchid Project

Communications Manager Orchid Project Vauxhall, London £32,000 – £35,000 Reports to: Chief Operating Officer Orchid Project has a vision of a world free from female genital cutting (FGC) – something we believe is entirely possible. Using Orchid Project’s objectives as a guide, the Communications Manager will use their experience to promote our message, share our values, and support advocacy and fundraising that will ultimately help us to achieve an end to FGC. This new position provides a fantastic opportunity for a proven communications specialist to blaze the trail in how we reach our audiences – new and existing. Working closely with our senior leadership, the broad remit will involve supporting the Advocacy and Fundraising teams with developing assets for projects – it will also encompass sharing our message on multiple online platforms, from YouTube to Facebook, Twitter and blog writing for our website – plus support in delivering events of varying scales. As well as devising and delivering the communications strategy to externally promote an end to FGC, you will also be supporting internal and brand communications. The responsibilities of this role are varied, and will suit someone who thrives in a fast-paced environment. You’ll be expected to work independently and act […]
18th July 2017

Chief Executive, Groundwork Greater Nottingham

Chief Executive Groundwork Greater Nottingham Salary: £60,000 to £65,000 Groundwork Greater Nottingham (GGN) is dedicated to improving the lives of people living across Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. Since 1990 we have been delivering projects to regenerate local communities and supporting the hardest to reach beneficiaries. Our projects include environmental projects and landscaping services, as well as youth work, training and employment support. We are highly regarded by partners and funders and widely recognised for the quality of our work in the region. In the future, we aim to put more emphasis on the green element of our work and we will expand our environmental focus. Under the stewardship of the previous Chief Executive we’ve enjoyed many successes, including the growth of our employment programme. We initially helped 80 young people into employment through the Future Jobs Fund programme, which led to further employment projects; Dig In Stay Out, Talent Match and Building Better Opportunities; Towards Work Strand. We have also expanded our land improvement work. In this time our financial reserves have grown to around £600K. As our larger projects reach maturity, the Trustees are keen to shift the organisation from its reliance on contracts and project delivery and to develop new income streams from commercial opportunities. We […]