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Ref: NFP17265
£30,000 - £40,000
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
9 April 2018

Khulisa is an award-winning, highly effective national charity that specialises in preventing and reducing crime by addressing the root causes of a persons behaviour. Having worked in the UK for 10 years, and in South Africa for over 25, we are experts in resolving conflict and reducing violence in some of the worlds most volatile communities.

Our programmes empower at-risk youth, prisoners and ex-prisoners to develop their own alternatives to violence and crime, improve their futures and create stronger and safer communities. Our trained therapists deliver one-to-one and interactive group programmes in schools, prisons and community centres that use creative techniques to develop emotional literacy and resilience. We also provide mentoring and ongoing support for ex-prisoners upon release from prison. To date we have helped over 3,500 people to live heathy, crime-free lives.

The Finance Manager is an integral member of our team and will work closely with the Chief Executive and Senior Leadership team. This role is responsible for the day to day accounting and financial management of the charity, including budgeting, reporting on the financial performance. The Finance Manager will also contribute to developing and embedding a sustainable funding model for the organisation, supporting the development of bids and proposals led by the Fundraising team.

Khulisa is midway through their 2017-2020 growth strategy; the current turnover is GBP0.6m (raised predominantly through grants from trusts and foundations and a small proportion of contracted income). By 2019/20, Khulisa will raise over GBP0.85m from a more diverse range of sources, including delivering commissioned services to schools and prisons, and donations from corporates and major donors. The Finance Manager will play a key role in supporting the organisation through this growth period, providing both operational and strategic support to the team and Senior Leadership team.

For an informal discussion about the role, please contact:

Shivani Smith, Principal Consultant on 07985 712 387 or email shivani.smith@nfpconsulting.co.uk

Application is by way of CV and a Supporting Statement, which should concentrate on the experience and knowledge requirements and be around 1,000 words max.

Closing date: 12pm Monday 9th April

Stage 1: First round of screening interviews conducted by NFP Consulting and members of the Khulisa team - w/c 16th April

Stage 2: Formal panel interview involving trustees and staff

Ref: NFP17258
£Competitive salary and benefits
London, Lambeth North
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
3 April 2018

Director of Education GBPCompetitive salary and benefits Full-time, permanent London, Lambeth North (office currently Orpington, Kent)

The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Southwark covers the geographical area of the whole of London south of the Thames, all of Kent and the eastern parts of Surrey. With currently 172 schools, 180 parishes, and 450 diocesan employees it is one of the largest dioceses in the UK.

The Director of Educations role is to promote and manage the educational work of the Archdiocese by providing effective leadership and direction to the Education Commission in the development and implementation of a strategy and on-going management of the team, which delivers on the Archbishops core principles of Catholic education.

The key requirement for the role is experience of education resources and curriculum management within a comparable organisation, local authority, school or further education setting. It is also essential that the post-holder is able to bring a credible level of understanding of the beliefs and traditions that underpin the work of the Catholic church in the UK and that inform the development of Catholic education in schools.

It will also be important to be able to see the bigger picture and bring an understanding of the accountabilities and pastoral role of the Archdiocese in the lives of the people and communities it serves beyond its schools.

This is a senior role within the Archdiocese and as such is expected to work collaboratively with all other senior managers within the Archdiocese to meet the requirements of the Trustees.

The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Southwark is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (No. 1173050) and is run by a Board of Trustees, who are responsible for determining the strategic direction of the Archdiocese.

How to apply

Application is by way CV and a Supporting Statement. For an informal discussion about the role, please contact:

Simon Lloyd, Director, on 07961 988 523 or email simon.lloyd@nfpconsulting.co.uk

Closing date: Tuesday 3rd April

Interview dates (TBC): Tuesday 10th April and Monday 23rd April