22nd October 2012

Fundraising Director – Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research

Central London Salary: £75,000 Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research is the only UK charity dedicated to beating blood cancer. With over 50 years of experience investing in quality research, we have built unparalleled expertise in this field. We are undergoing transformational change and are now poised to make a profound impact with an over-arching objective to deliver a quantifiable increase in patient benefit. Our organisation is about people; our talented team of employees, our volunteers, our researchers and our supporters – united together to beat blood cancer. Our time is now. Our new Fundraising Director will be a brilliant strategist who can work cohesively with our marketing team to identify new trends and opportunities. You will be an inspirational leader who can support and encourage teams to develop and implement new ideas to ensure an increasingly diverse group of income streams are being identified and cultivated. Digital fluency is vital to the success of this role. While we will need your strategic ability to plan our comprehensive fundraising programme, we also need your hands-on help to deliver success. Achieving our new fundraising strategy will require a strategic Fundraising Director who can also deliver at a practical level, to ensure that impactful […]
22nd October 2012

External Trustees x3, London South Bank University Students’ Union

London South Bank University (LSBU) is one of London’s largest and oldest universities. A cosmopolitan university with over 25,000 students from over 120 countries, there is real pride in having received the highest possible rating for the quality of our education and of our achievements in delivering excellent student outcomes. London South Bank University Students’ Union is the place for LSBU students, run by students for students. Our primary aim is to represent students in the University, the local community and beyond. With income of £675,000 (net) from the University in the form of a Block Grant, our small staff team is supported by student staff and volunteers. We believe that every student should be free to develop both academically and socially, and enjoy all aspects of university life, whether this is through becoming a course rep, joining a sports club or society, meeting new friends in our social spaces, visiting our Student Advice Bureau or running in an election for Student Union President. The time is right for us to build on opportunities presented by the imminent move of the Students’ Union into a new building integrated with the University, a new Vice Chancellor to be appointed in 2013, […]
22nd October 2012

Chief Executive, London South Bank University Students’ Union, c£50k

London South Bank University (LSBU) is one of London’s largest and oldest universities. A cosmopolitan university with over 25,000 students from over 120 countries, there is real pride in having received the highest possible rating for the quality of our education and of our achievements in delivering excellent student outcomes. London South Bank University Students’ Union is the place for LSBU students, run by students for students. Our primary aim is to represent students in the University, the local community and beyond. With income of £675,000 (net) from the University in the form of a Block Grant, our small staff team is supported by student staff and volunteers. We believe that every student should be free to develop both academically and socially, and enjoy all aspects of university life, whether this is through becoming a course rep, joining a sports club or society, meeting new friends in our social spaces, visiting our Student Advice Bureau or running in an election for Student Union President. The time is right for us to build on opportunities presented by the imminent move of the Students’ Union into a new building integrated with the University, a new Vice Chancellor to be appointed in 2013, […]
17th October 2012

Executive Director of Fundraising and Communications – Action for Children

Location – London or Watford Salary – £110,000 – including Inner London Weighting Our vision is of a world where all children and young people have a sense of belonging, and are loved and valued; a world where they can fulfill their potential and experience the joy of life. To achieve this mission we campaign, lobby and provide a full spectrum of services helping over 90,000 children across the UK. We innovate, we’re responsive and our services are of the highest quality. Most importantly they deliver positive outcomes for children. This role is an intrinsic member of the senior leadership team of Action for Children. We are looking for an inspirational leader who has the gravitas to be the ambassador and champion for fundraising and communications amongst your peers, with the trustees and across the organisation. From a fundraising perspective, this role will ensure that our fundraising programme continues to invest in activities that will generate the highest returns on unrestricted income. You will be data driven so that you can substantiate the need for investment to Trustees and effectively evaluate the results. You will provide decisive yet supportive leadership to the 90-strong fundraising team. As a large and complex organisation with […]
10th October 2012

London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine – Trusts, Foundations & Corporate Giving Manager

Central London £35,661 to £40,499 The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, an internationally renowned centre for research and postgraduate education in public health and tropical medicine, is seeking to recruit an outstanding individual to be responsible for leading its trusts, foundations and corporate-giving fundraising activities. Based in the new Department of External Relations, the ideal candidate will have substantial experience in fundraising from charitable trusts & foundations and company-giving programmes, well-developed interpersonal and diplomatic skills, excellent project management skills and a range of other relevant attributes to ensure development activities support the School’s mission. The Department of External Relations was created in October 2011 to support the School in the delivery of its mission, including building a stronger external profile, ensuring effective internal communication, increasing fundraising and building the School’s brand. Good progress has been made to date, and the team has been expanding rapidly. The department includes four teams — Development, Alumni Relations, Communications and Events teams — led by a Director of External Relations. The department currently comprises 10 fulltime staff members and several part-time and temporary staff. The department is dynamic and growing. Reporting to the Head of Development, the Trusts, Foundations & Corporative Giving […]
5th October 2012

Alumni Relations Manager – Durham University

Alumni Relations Manager Durham £37,012 – £44,166 Durham is a historic university with its heart in a small and beautiful city. It is also a modern, culturally vibrant university with links across the globe. The sense of community and place, engendered by the people, buildings and environment, makes for an intimate relationship between staff and students, and between disciplines, which is hard to match elsewhere. The Development & Alumni Relations Office (DARO) exists to support and encourage closer links with Durham from a variety of stakeholders, including over 100,000 alumni, donors, friends and organisations that support the vital work of the University.The Alumni Relations Manager reports to the Director of Development and Alumni Relations and provides strategic leadership of the Alumni Programme to develop the University’s relationships with its alumni and other stakeholder groups. The Alumni Relations Manager is an essential member of the Development and Alumni Relations Office management team. This post will be key in supporting the aims of a comprehensive development and alumni relations programme. The post holder will be responsible for engaging alumni at all levels of this programme. The Alumni Relations Manager will need to be highly skilled at leading and motivating a wide range of […]
18th September 2012

Director of Human Resources – Action for Children

Location– Watford base with UK travel Salary c.£75K Our vision is of a world where all children and young people have a sense of belonging, and are loved and valued; a world where they can fulfil their potential and experience the joy of life. To achieve this mission we campaign, lobby and provide a full spectrum of services helping over 90,000 children across the UK. We innovate, we’re responsive and our services are of the highest quality. Most importantly they deliver positive outcomes for children. We recognise there is potential for us to do more to support a wider number of children and young people. To ensure we are best placed to do this we have gone through internal re-organisation and change.  Reporting to our new Executive Director of Resources, the Director of HR is a key role in our new structure. You will lead and develop a customer focused, proactive and embedded HR team as well as devise and drive a new HR strategy, which will truly enable and enhance our capability. Already operating at a strategic level, in a large and complex organisation, you must possess proven ability in developing  customer-centric HR approaches which have made a clear […]
14th September 2012

Project Manager – Supporting Offenders to break the cycle of offending, homelessness and poverty.

Based London Salary £34-£38k Permanent Contract   Our client provides accommodation, care and support services to over a thousand people across London. This project, supporting ex-offenders in making the psychological shift needed to adapt to life successfully back in the community, is one of the most exciting projects of its kind in the sector.  In addition to a training programme, which has been successfully piloted, there will be a peer mentoring programme. With ambitious targets and a focus on outcomes that will support offenders to move out of the cycle of offending, homelessness and poverty, this project has a very high profile. Significant funding has been secured for four years on a sliding scale, and while additional fundraising is in process it is expected that the programme will be generating income in the second year and onwards.  Therefore, the external relationship building in promoting and achieving new partners including prisons, criminal justice providers and supported housing organisations will be critical to the ongoing success of the project. We are looking for somebody who is used to working to targets, can demonstrate positive outcomes from previous projects they have led, and has an understanding of working with ex-offenders. Budget planning, staff and […]