Institution of Mechanical Engineers Benevolent Fund (IMechE)
Salary c.£43,000 including benefits
Application deadline 25 July 2019
This role is an exciting opportunity for a leadership figure with a background in volunteer and casework management to progress and develop with an expanding charity. We’re an all-encompassing organisation, working both internationally and in the round with IMechE members as we also help their families, children and dependants. As we only raise funds from within the IMechE membership (and not the wider public) we can focus all of our efforts on those associated with the Institution, which makes our work very rewarding. What’s more, this is not only a new role to make your own, but one which could grow and develop into a Deputy CEO position, largely depending on the expansion that you lead and enable. So, if you are ready to provide assistance and support in a wide range of social circumstances, within a global context, join a charity steeped in history and looking forward to an ambitious future and to drive your career and our organisation to the next level, come and join us at Support Network.
Application deadline 26 July 2019
Programmes and Partnerships Advisor (The Co-op Foundation)
£27,000 to £32,000 plus benefits (Grade E)
Manchester city centre
Forces in Mind Trust
Salary £30,749 - £36,175 per annum
Application deadline 31 July 2019
The Forces in Mind Trust (FiMT) was established in 2011 with a £35 million endowment from the Big Lottery Fund to spend over a 20-year period. Our vision is for all ex-Service personnel and their families to lead fulfilled civilian lives, and our mission is to enable successful sustainable transition back to civilian life. The Trust awards grants and commissions research to generate a strong evidence base for influencing policy makers and service deliverers, and has recently increased its focus on influencing and convening thought-leadership activity. The role of the Communications Officer is critical to the effectiveness of FiMT in achieving its mission. The Trust is seeking to recruit an experienced and flexible Communications Officer with strong traditional and digital communication skills, stakeholder management and Public Affairs expertise.
St John's Foundation Est. 1174
Application deadline 31 July 2019
Salary £29 - 33k, depending on experience
Application deadline 4 August 2019
Are you interested in the charity sector and how it’s funded? Do you have the technical and communication skills we need to help grantmakers unlock the power of their data?
City Bridge Trust
Salary £29,250 - £32,910 per annum inclusive
Application deadline 5 August 2019
This is an exciting opportunity to work at the heart of the City of London Corporation's charitable funder, City Bridge Trust (CBT) working to reduce inequality and create more cohesive communities in London.
As part of a team of Funding Officers, you will work to provide a core business support function within CBT, anchoring all activity in the organisation's core values.
If you have a particular interest in communications, IT and grant-making, this is the job for you.
You will broadly be asked to:
- Provide initial advice & information to potential and current recipients of charitable funding.
- Support the effective monitoring and evaluation of charitable funding agreements/social investments.
- Support the management of data, information and content in respect of relevant databases, shared files, the website and intranet; producing and running reports, uploading and amending information when required.
- Assist with planning and co-ordination of promotional events.
- Assist with the production of committee and sub-committee papers, the administration of meeting decisions and with servicing internal meetings.
· The City of London Corporation is committed to Equal Opportunities and welcomes applications from all sections of the community and supports flexible working.
· The CBT team works flexibly and encourages applications on the basis of job share.
Jack Petchey Foundation
Salary £20,572 per annum
Application deadline 14 August 2019
This is an exciting opportunity for a creative graduate with a flair for organisation and PR to gain unique experience of Events and Social Media work.
Your mission is to enable us to celebrate the 21st Birthday of the Jack Petchey Foundation and to use that major milestone to highlight the work of our charity, our partners and the great things that young people do in society.
You will need to be ambitious and interested in developing your PR, Social Media and Event Management skills. It will be hard work, but you will have the opportunity to work alongside our senior Events and PR staff in order to learn how a charity raises its profile through celebration and reward. At the same time you will be part of a wider internship programme – with 20 fellow interns working across a range of our partners. With them you will benefit from our leadership training and support and will also be able to utilise bespoke training opportunities along the way!
Sir Jack Petchey CBE set up the Foundation to make young people believe “if I think I can, I can!” Working across all our departments, you will ensure that we utilise our 21st Birthday year to help them believe this and celebrate their achievements. You have the chance to leave a lasting legacy at the Jack Petchey Foundation as it comes of age!
If you think you have the skills and experience listed in the person specification, go ahead and apply. Please apply on our Application Form (CVs will not be accepted). For more details and an application please visit our website: https://www.jackpetcheyfoundation.org.uk/about-us/work-for-us/
British & Foreign School Society
Application deadline 27 August 2019
We are seeking expert financial support to upgrade our finance package and streamline our financial processes. This is an exciting role for an experienced and energetic finance professional with experience of working with grant giving charities and implementing new systems. You will share a passion for our mission to improve educational opportunity for disadvantaged young people in the UK and across the world through our funding, and to constantly improve the way we work.
Salary £22,000 - £28,000
Application deadline 28 August 2019
Local Trust is a place-based funder supporting communities to achieve their ambitions. We do this by trusting local people. Our aims are to demonstrate the value of long term, unconditional, resident-led funding through our work supporting local communities make their areas better places to live, and to draw on the learning from our work to promote a wider transformation in the way policy makers, funders and others engage with communities and place.
We are looking for a highly competent candidate to join our finance team as finance administrator.
We need someone who pays attention to detail, is process driven and comfortable working with numbers and finance systems. This is an excellent opportunity to join our small, experienced team, as we implement changes to our systems to enable us to provide more efficient and effective support to our colleagues at Local Trust, Local Trust providers, and wider stakeholders, at a time of rapid change.
Guy's and St Thomas' Charity
Application deadline 31 August 2019
Are you an impact-focused, self-reliant manager who can juggle a portfolio of projects? Do you have a background in the technology or digital sector?
We’re looking to provide secondments for individuals from a digital and technology background to join our talented multi-disciplinary team. Portfolio Managers lead the design, development, execution and evaluation of the projects we fund. The secondment opportunity will focus on strengthening the use of digital and technology throughout our programme portfolio. Your work will be varied, rewarding and interacting with many different stakeholders. You will be encouraged to pitch and progress ideas through each stage of our investment process and make them a reality in line with our strategy.