31st May 2018

Chair of the Board of Governors, Worksop College

Role: Chair of the Board of Governors (Custos) Honorarium: Expenses Term of office: A maximum of two consecutive terms of office of four years. In anticipation of the conclusion in 2019 of 10 successful years as Chair of the Governors, Colin Anderson welcomes the appointment of his successor. With the recruitment of a new Head for Worksop College due to commence in August 2018 it is expected that the person appointed will join the Board as Chair Designate and participate in the recruitment of a new Head before taking on the leadership of the Board of Governors no later than September 2019. It is expected that the new Chair will quickly foster positive relationships with the Board of Governors, currently made up of 10 Members (three of whom are parents of pupils at Worksop College or Ranby House) and representatives of the Executive. Noted as the most crucial relationship is the one between the Chair and the Head where both formal and informal meetings, discussions and reviews will form the basis of this critical friendship. To enable the relationships between the Chair and Head, Board and Executive to be progressive and beneficial, it is essential that the next Chair of […]
29th May 2018

Non-Executive Director (Communications), DACS

Non-Executive Director (Communications) DACS 1 day per month London Remunerated £4,596 Can you help us to ensure that artists get the rights, respect and remuneration they deserve? Established by artists for artists, DACS is a not-for-profit visual artists’ rights management organisation and acts as a trusted broker for 100,000 artists worldwide. We believe that art is an essential cornerstone of British society and culture and we are passionate about transforming the financial landscape for visual artists through innovative new products and services. DACS also campaigns for artists’ rights, championing their sustained and vital contribution to the creative economy. In recent years, we have grown significantly, increasing the amount of royalties generated for artists, developed a range of new services and founded a thriving charity that is able to provide additional support to artists. We are now approaching the end of our current strategic plan and are looking for a new Non-Executive Director to join us as we shape our plans for the future. There is plenty of scope to add to our next strategy, and our key areas of focus will be to continue to grow and expand our products and services, build our profile and networks, engage with new and existing […]
29th May 2018

Director of Income Generation, Peace Hospice Care

Director of Income Generation, Peace Hospice Care Salary: £60,000 – £65,000 Location: Watford Reports to: Chief Executive Peace Hospice Care is a highly regarded independent charity providing comprehensive and innovative end-of-life healthcare and support for the communities in South West Hertfordshire. Building on the foundations of more than  25 years, we support and care for people with life-limiting illnesses. Our services are not just for patients, but for their family and friends too and the local community. They include everything from specialist medical care to bereavement support and practical help. Peace Hospice Care is a registered charity receiving around 20% of its funding from the NHS. We rely on the generosity of our local community to fund the remainder of our costs. This comes from events, individuals, local businesses, trusts, schools, community groups, retail, lottery and Gifts in Wills. Last year our voluntary income was £4.1m. Our income generating teams do so much more than simply raising money, and our teams work with schools, business and other community groups to share information and increase awareness. We are looking to recruit a Director of Income Generation who embodies the values of our hospice, understands the future challenges and opportunities for fundraising […]
29th May 2018

Chair of Trustees, The Breck Foundation

The Breck Foundation Chair of Trustees Un-remunerated London Established in 2014 The Breck Foundation strives to educate the digital generation to keep safe online.  Founded in memory of Breck Bednar, a 14 year old boy, from Caterham, Surrey, who loved technology and online gaming and was groomed and tragically murdered by someone he met online, The Breck Foundation provides speakers to schools who raise awareness of the issues surrounding the dangers of social network sites, online grooming and other forms of exploitation. It also works with the police and other agencies to promote the education and understanding of safeguarding and online safety for all; ultimately its aim is to ensure young people are more aware so that they can enjoy the benefits of the internet safely. Building on the momentum achieved so far and in response to a growing demand for its work, The Breck Foundation is now looking for a Chair of Trustees to help lead the organisation’s next stage of strategic growth and realise our aspiration to become a national charity. With ambitions to expand its network of speakers across the UK and to take its key messages to more schools and young people, the Foundation is also […]
25th May 2018

Independent Trustee, Board of The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH)

Independent Trustee – Board of The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) Unremunerated (Reasonable expenses will be paid) Location: Wigston, Leicestershire IOSH is the world’s largest membership organisation for safety and health professionals, and the only one with Chartered status, with over 47,000 members around the world. IOSH, and its members, have a significant and positive impact on the health, safety and wellbeing of working people, providing a powerful voice for change and improvement. We are going through a period of great change and launched our ambitious five-year strategy, WORK 2022, in April 2017, providing greater focus for IOSH which has seen significant growth in both our membership numbers and the success of our commercial activities. We also have a new Senior Leadership Team in place, so this is a very exciting time to join the Board of Trustees. Achieving WORK 2022 requires transformational change in our organisation and it will be important for our Trustees to understand the legal duties, responsibilities and liabilities of trusteeship; be able to personally deliver against agreed actions and have the capability to contribute constructively and regularly at meetings, whilst maintaining total integrity whilst in post. To help us in this regard we are seeking an […]
25th May 2018

Director of Advancement Operations and Administration (Maternity Cover), Imperial College London

Director of Advancement Operations and Administration (Maternity Cover) Salary:  Internationally competitive Location: South Kensington, London UK Contract: Fixed term, 12 to 14 months (flexible working optional) Imperial College London is a science-based university with an international reputation for excellence in teaching and research. Consistently rated amongst the world’s best universities, Imperial is committed to developing the next generation of researchers, scientists and academics through collaboration across disciplines. Located in the heart of London, Imperial is a multidisciplinary space for education, research, translation and commercialisation, harnessing science and innovation to tackle global challenges. Reporting to the Vice President (Advancement), the post holder is responsible for the operations and administration for the Advancement Division, providing leadership to 24 staff. You will oversee the successful and smooth day-to-day running of the Division. Specific responsibilities include: – Operations: data and database management, fundraising communications and events, gift accounting and administration, data analytics, data protection and compliance, and donor relations. – Business Administration: HR, training and professional development, budget and finance, office space, ICT and telecoms, planning, and policies and procedures. As a member of the Advancement Division’s senior management team, the post holder will direct and support these functions, overseeing delivery to a high […]
21st May 2018

Chair and Trustees, The Change Project

Chair and Trustees Meetings are held in Chelmsford, Essex The Change Project was established in June 2017 after its departure from the Relate Federation, in order to serve the best long-term interests of our clients. The charity’s mission is to provide a range of services to achieve positive change for all individuals by ending violence and abuse, resolving relational conflict and promoting emotional wellbeing. Some of the services include; Domestic Violence Prevention services including RESPECT accredited Behaviour Change programme is delivered as a 27-week structured group work programme or an 18-week structured individual programme. The principle aim of the service is to increase the safety of victims and children by encouraging the abusive partner to change. Sex Therapy and Counselling Services designed to help all types of people resolve their relationship issues. Counselling services include services for victims of domestic abuse, couples counselling and child counselling. Community Services works in partnership with schools, delivering counselling services to children, young people and families in their local community. Training designed for both schools and organisations. In schools this includes training students as Active Listeners who can then help to assist victims of bullying.  In addition to this the charity delivers courses to […]
21st May 2018

Philanthropy Manager (Trusts), The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity

Philanthropy Manager (Trusts) The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity Salary: Competitive Location: Chelsea Reports to:  Head of Trusts and High Value Committees  At The Royal Marsden we deal with cancer every day, so we understand how valuable life is. And when people entrust their lives to us, they deserve the very best. That’s why the pursuit of excellence lies at the heart of everything we do and why The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity exists. 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 We are just over a year into fundraising for our major capital project. This £70 million capital appeal, to build the new Clinical Care and Research Centre, will enable the hospital to bring researchers and patients together in one building in order to make faster progress in developing new treatments and models of care. Be challenged This role will involve fundraising for all aspects of the work supported by The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity. This includes major programmes of world class research, leading edge equipment, patient care and an ambitious capital redevelopment project. We are […]