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Ref: NFP17088
London
Unremunerated
Category: 
Trustee
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
31 July 2017

ICSF works with the worlds most promising social impact solutions - to end the worlds greatest social needs. We help them achieve the change they aspire to. We believe proven social impact solutions must operate at a much greater scale to achieve significant transformational change. We also know that social change makers and innovators will have more meaningful impact by building on what already works, rather than constantly reinventing the wheel.

Since it was founded in 2011 as a registered charity, ICSF has worked with over 100 social impact organisations, grown to 18 staff with offices in London UK, San Francisco USA and Melbourne Australia.

Turnover this financial year is GBP1.6m with a GBP2m forecast for next. Clients include Shell Foundation, Gates Foundation, USAID, and many other well respected organisations.

Now ICSF is seeking a new Chair to help guide through a 5-year strategic review, rebrand and name change and global governance review that will lead to significantly increased social impact in the coming years through reaching more-high potential organisations and scaling up globally.

Supported by ambitious and dedicated Executive team, the Chair will lead the Board of Trustees, who are responsible for overseeing the delivery of ICSFs mission.

The role Chair the Board and ensure good governance Enable the Board to set and monitor the strategy and ensure its delivery, effectiveness and viability Be an Ambassador for ICSF at home and internationally Develop a constructively challenging and supportive relationship with the Executive team Build and maintain key relationships with diverse stakeholders at the highest level

The person Proven board level leader who is widely respected, ideally with experience of chairing a board Understanding of how professional service firms operate effectively Passionate about the increasing the impact that mission driven organisations are making globally Excellent interpersonal and communication skills to develop the profile of the organisation An exceptional personal network with demonstrable track record of fundraising Able to commit approximately 10 hours a month

For more information and to apply:

Please contact our recruitment partners, NFP Consulting.

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

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

We are looking to appoint a Chair by the autumn, initially our process involves an early stage conversation with the CEO and executive Directors, followed be meetings with the board.

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Ref: NFP17087
London
£40k – £45k
Category: 
Fundraising
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
27 July 2017

We are looking for a strategically minded senior account manager to work for a large national charity which has recently secured a 4 year big brand company. Needless to say this is THE flagship partnership for the charity so this is a pivotal position.

The successful candidate is likely to bring a proven track record in corporate fundraising, account management, CSR, sales, and/or marketing. Your experience may have been gained within a charity or a commercial environment but you must be able to demonstrate experience of negotiating, influencing and organising people and projects at all levels of seniority.

This is a varied role and would suit someone who is creative, brave, who can sniff out and sell a variety of fundraising products or opportunities and engagement ideas to encourage staff fundraising. You will also be professional, organised and utterly customer focused as your remit will include working with the whole supply chain; from employees to MDs within the partnerships and at all levels within the charity.

The one element we can confirm with certainty is that no two weeks will be the same.

The organisation is one of the leading voices influencing policy and attitudes toward disability. It works with companies, media, high net worth and political influencers in addition to education and training establishments.

If you believe you can make a positive contribution and account manage a seven figure partnership at the highest level then we would like to hear from you.

Further Information and to Apply Please submit your CV via the 'Apply/Enquire' button in the first instance - a full pack will be made available to CVs of interest and/or we will be in contact to discuss the opportunity and organisation with you. NFP Consulting is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

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London
£25,000 - £30,000
Category: 
Fundraising
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
18 July 2017

This is a newly created role. Reporting to the Director of Fundraising this role would suit a professional who brings not only a track record in legacy and in memory fundraising, but also the ambition to be part of a small but growing charity that punches well above its weight, and a fundraising team that is enjoying much success and support. Although it is not even 10 years old this organisation has been recognised as a forward thinking professional and successful charity given its achievements in raising awareness, in finding new treatments, its provision of education, advice and support, and its close collaborative working with GPs and the broader health sector. As Legacy and In Memory Fundraising Manager you will be responsible for securing income from existing and new supporters. This is a real growth area for the charity and one which is pivotal to the wider fundraising mix. You will be joining at a time where you will have the opportunity to work with the Director of Fundraising in developing the legacy marketing strategy and taking a lead on the creation and implementation of the in memory marketing plan. You will also be working closely with your colleagues in community and events to ensure key leads and opportunities are not missed. The successful candidate is likely to be able to demonstrate both strategic thinking and hands on experience in legacy and in memory fundraising. You will be used to working to targets, to collaborating with team members and have strong writing skills which enable you to write compassionate and compelling copy. If you would like to be part of a charity where you can see tangible results, where the team are hardworking and dedicated, and where the ask is clear, please apply. You will be part of a team which is striving for the prevention of the loss of lives of c3,500 women in the UK due to late diagnosis of this type of cancer. Whilst proud of our achievements since forming in 2009 there is clearly much to do. Further Information and to Apply Please submit your CV via the 'Apply/Enquire' button in the first instance - a full pack will be made available to CVs of interest and/or we will be in contact to discuss the opportunity and organisation with you. NFP Consulting is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from all suitably qualified and eligible candidates. NFP Consulting is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

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Ref: NFP17098
£33,000 - £36,000
Category: 
Fundraising
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
14 July 2017

Opportunity for a fundraiser with experience of building successful relationships with funders or corporates to work for social care charity / social enterprise in East London

This well-regarded social care charity has decades of history changing the lives of children, young people and their families. Their recent merger with a very large social charity has given economies of scale whilst retaining this organisations independence.

If you are an experienced fundraiser and have excellent relationship-building and written skills we would love to hear from you.

For more information call/SMS Paul Nott on 07961757882

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Ref: NFP17096
London
£25,000 - £30,000
Category: 
Fundraising
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
28 July 2017

This is a newly created role. Reporting to the Trusts and Major Gifts Manager this role would suit a professional with the ambition to be part of a small but growing charity that punches well above its weight, and a fundraising team that is enjoying much success and support. Although it is not even 10 years old this organisation has been recognised as a forward thinking professional and successful charity given its achievements in raising awareness, in finding new treatments, its provision of education, advice and support, and its close collaborative working with GPs and the broader health sector. As Major Gifts Executive you will be responsible for raising income by implementing excellent stewardship plans for existing major donors, for supporting major donor events, and assisting with the implementation of a new strategy to support the introduction of new and transformational projects. You will also be working closely with your colleagues in community, corporate and events, to ensure key leads and opportunities are not missed. The successful candidate is likely to be able to demonstrate some experience of fundraising from major donors e.g. via events, whether that be in a paid or voluntary capacity. You may a Fundraising Officer or Fundraising Assistant looking to develop a career in major donor fundraising or you may already be a Major Gifts Executive looking to work in a single cause charity. In either case you will be used to working to targets, to developing and maintaining relationships, and to collaborating with team members. If you would like to be part of a charity where you can see tangible results, where the team are hardworking and dedicated, and where the ask is clear, please apply. You will be part of a team which is striving for the prevention of the loss of lives of circa 3,500 women in the UK due to late diagnosis of this type of cancer. Whilst proud of our achievements since forming in 2009 there is clearly much to do. Further Information and to Apply Please submit your CV via the 'Apply/Enquire' button in the first instance - a full pack will be made available to CVs of interest and/or we will be in contact to discuss the opportunity and organisation with you. NFP Consulting is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from all suitably qualified and eligible candidates. NFP Consulting is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

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Edgware, London
£28,000 - £32,000
Category: 
Fundraising
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
24 July 2017

As an organisation Langdon offers education, employment opportunities, social activities and supported living for Jewish youth and adults with learning disabilities.

Working to ensure young people are supported, their services are driven by their belief that individuals, with Langdon's help, can achieve their ambitions and lead independent and fulfilling lives.

This is a crucial role within a small charity and we are looking for an individual with drive, ambition and creativity, but also a fundraiser who can increase income and further raise awareness for this respected charity that already punches above its weight.

Reporting to the Head of Fundraising, Marketing and Communications, you will be responsible for generating income from Trusts, Foundations and Statutory sources to fund the work of Langdon and its projects and initiatives. Working with a variety of individuals you will develop relationships with Funders (specifically Trusts, Foundations, Local authorities, National government and Lottery), Ambassadors and Trustees

You will also assist in the planning of new programmes/approaches and support the organisation's major donor fundraising campaign.

It will be essential that the appointed candidate has an empathy with the values and beliefs that underpin Jewish religious, community and family life as well as how this informs fundraising activity at Langdon.

For the successful candidate this role provides an opportunity to play a pivotal role in supporting extraordinary people reach their potential and empower their independence.

How to apply

For an informal and confidential discussion about the role, please contact Simon Lloyd, Director or Vikki Park, NFP Consulting on 0207 0969639 or email:

Simon.lloyd@nfpconsulting.co.uk Vikki.park@nfpconsulting.co.uk

Closing date: 10th July 2017, 10am

Interview date: TBC

To request an information pack please click on the link below.

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London
c£45,000
Category: 
Project Manager
Contract Type: 
Fixed Term Full Time Contract
Closing Date: 
25 July 2017

Programme/Project Manager (6 month FTC)

Are you a hands on programmes or project manager with experience of working across a range of environments and stakeholders?

Have you worked on projects and programmes from early inception/infancy stage?

Do you have strong influencing and engagement skills?

Can you help this charity to transform the way they reach and engage people in order to build a loyal supporter base?

If yes then do read on as we are looking for someone to help develop this national health charitys brand to increase the need of its urgency of its services.

The successful candidate is likely to be able to:

· Build a community of people who engage and support the charity in many different ways · Develop relevant and dynamic content to engage, inform and inspire people · Build new high-impact partnerships to help the charity achieve its goals · Grow income · Build the organisational capability through people and systems to achieve the above

You do not have to have a background in fundraising. You will however be reporting into the Director of Engagement and Fundraising and will be responsible for monitoring, shaping and aligning the activity within the programme.

In turn for your services the charity offers generous benefits including, healthcare plan, flexible working, pension provision, life assurance, health insurance, annual season ticket loan, flexible working, discounts on gym membership etc.

The role is available immediately.

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£35,000 to £38,000
Category: 
Fundraising
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
4 August 2017

I love working here. The team are fantastic, work well together and theres a real sense of making a difference

This is a chance to join a great team at this national childrens charity.

This role sits within a 4-person trust and statutory team who between them are responsible for a multi-million pound target and achieve this by a combination of real team work, excellent working practices and liaising closely with the service teams across the country. The cause is life-changing and emotive but can be explained in a sentence (always nice for fundraising!)

This role will focus on trusts and foundations, taking an existing pool of warm, giving funders and looking after 5-6 figure gifts. Additionally to this, the post holder will work alongside the major donor manager and use their relationship-building skills to work with some high-net worth supporters, who give through family trusts etc. (so, if you wish to develop skills in other areas, theres a great opportunity here)

To apply for this role you will need: A willingness to pick up the phone and meet face to face to build relationships both internally and externally Experience of researching and making approaches to a range of trusts An understanding of the process and timescales of trust fundraising A desire to learn, develop and be a part of a great team

Based in a great central London location

If you would like to know more click 'apply' below or call/SMS Paul on 07961757882 or email paul.nott@nfpconsulting.co.uk

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Ref: NFP17126
£37,000 - £45,000 (flex)
Category: 
Fundraising
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
4 August 2017

If you are a generalist fundraiser who loves a role with variety, existing income and line management of a small team this could be the perfect role.

This role will manage a team of three covering trusts, events, individuals and more.

This regional disability charity punches way above its weight and has a great reputation.

Reasons this is a great role:

· The trustees all give financially · Youll report to the charity director who has a fundraising background so understands your needs and will get actively involved in fundraising when you request. · Income has been steadily increasing · There is a clear need, easily described cases for support and historical success to demonstrate the charitys ability to deliver

Based in the heart of Guildford, a short walk from the station, with the river, High Street and parking all within a minutes walk, its a great location. If youre coming from London, Guildford is under 30 mins direct from Clapham Junction

If you would like to know more click 'apply' below or call/SMS Paul on 07961757882 or email paul.nott@nfpconsulting.co.uk paul.nott@nfpconsulting.co.uk

How to apply Please apply via the 'Apply' button above in the first instance by submitting your CV only - a full pack will be made available to CVs of interest and/or we will be in contact to discuss the opportunity and organisation with you. NFP Consulting is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

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London
£48,000 - £55,000
Category: 
Fundraising
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
27 July 2017

Are you an experienced corporate fundraiser looking for a rare development opportunity to grow your skills and have a level of support that will guarantee your success?

Managing a 4 person corporate and special events team at this household name charity, you will bring:

Your knowledge of new business and account management Organisational skills Excellent relationship-building prowess and A desire to enjoy your job whilst knowing you are making a real difference.

In return, you will: Report in to a director who has a corporate fundraising background and is one of those in the sector who has been there and done it and knows how to formulate a proper strategic partnership with a corporate partner. Have an opportunity to take on existing income streams and grow them Work in a charity that as well as winning a range of awards also receives the all important feedback from both existing and past staff that it is an amazing place to work Have the opportunity to take advantage of in-house design, digital, copy-writing and PR resource to ensure that your pitches and proposals and latterly, the partnerships themselves truly shine.

As well as all this, the fundraising team work very effectively across departments, giving a real sense of all having shared goals which really seems to add to the satisfaction of working for the cause.

If you would to know more about this special opportunity call/SMS Paul on 07961757882 (evenings and weekends fine) or email paul.nott@nfpconsulting.co.uk paul.nott@nfpconsulting.co.uk

How to apply Please apply via the 'Apply' button above in the first instance by submitting your CV only - a full pack will be made available to CVs of interest and/or we will be in contact to discuss the opportunity and organisation with you. NFP Consulting is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

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Ref: NFP17124
Stoke-0n-Trent
£60,000
Category: 
Fundraising
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
31 July 2017

Caudwell Children is a national charity which works to transform the lives of disabled children and their families, enabling them to challenge the barriers they face throughout childhood by providing practical and emotional support.

We are preparing to enter an exciting period of growth with a major capital project currently underway which will see the organisation move into a GBP15million purpose-built therapy and research centre.

It will provide a state-of-the-art base for the charitys therapies and an environment where ground-breaking research can be undertaken and potentially change the way some disabilities are treated, affecting millions of people around the world.

As the charity transforms and continues to grow, an increase in fundraising revenue is also required and the charity seeks a motivational leader to optimize the organisations fundraising potential.

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a dynamic and fast moving charity at a time when it will attract national and international attention. Find out more by downloading the full information pack.

How to apply

For more information and an informal conversation, please contact Simon Lloyd, Director, NFP Consulting on 07961 988 523 or email simon.lloyd@nfpconsulting.co.uk

Application is by way of CV and supporting statement.

Closing date: Monday 31st July

First interviews: Tuesday 8th August

Final interviews: Thursday 17th August

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Bury
£ according to experience
Category: 
Fundraising
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
1 August 2017

Bury Hospice offers care and support not only to people approaching the end of life - though that is a very important part of their service - but also to their families and friends. They offer outstanding care, from in-patient to day care services, hospice at home and outpatient support, and aim to help Bury people achieve the best possible quality of life at a time when this matters more than ever.

The Hospice is looking to recruit a Database and Marketing Manager, which will play a pivotal role in ensuring the organisation's database is a valued resource to not only the fundraising team but also across the whole organisation, maximising on income generation and engagement opportunities.

Line managing two members of staff you will be the 'champion' of their Donorflex system, ensuring information is inputted accurately and securely, assisting with informing decisions and delivering the charity's strategy to increase income by 2020.

The successful candidate will evidence excellent database management skills, with experience of importing and exporting complex data, alongside a track record in using reporting tools and analysis.

Exposure to working closely with volunteers and managing external relationships with suppliers would also be an advantage.

Closing date: Applications are being considered on a rolling basis, please apply early.

Interview dates: TBC

How to apply

Please apply via the 'Apply' button above in the first instance by submitting your CV only - a full pack will be made available to CVs of interest and/or we will be in contact to discuss the opportunity and organisation with you.

NFP Consulting is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from all suitably qualified and eligible candidates. NFP Consulting is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

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Ref: NFP17118
London
£35,000
Category: 
Fundraising
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
27 July 2017

Reporting to the Director of Finance and Corporate Services this role would suit a professional who brings both a strategic approach to work but also the necessary hands on attitude to get things done. The charity has been without a specific Database Manager for a year. However, the data has been kept relatively clean and external expertise has been invested in to work on and progress data protection processes in preparation for GDPR. The organisation is also about to commence a full data audit to review its existing position and to ensure everything is in place as it drives its ambitious plans forward. This is a great time to join the charity as you will be at the forefront of data management at a time of great changes around data and donor stewardship. There are clear deliverables too so if you believe you and delver the following then please get in touch: 1. Project plan and deliver the recommendations from the external data audit 2. Ensure readiness for GDPR 3. Deliver on-going training to staff 4. Review processing systems and ensure robust procedures in place 5. Provide data insights for marketing segmentation plans The successful candidate is likely to bring experience using Raisers Edge, good analysis skills, and ideally, some experience of working with fundraising, marketing and/or supporter care teams. If you would like to be part of a charity where you can see tangible results, where the team are hardworking and dedicated, and where the ask is clear, please apply. You will be part of a team which is striving for the prevention of the loss of lives of circa 3500 women in the UK due to late diagnosis of this type of cancer. Although it is not even 10 years old this organisation has been recognised as a forward thinking professional and successful charity given its achievements in raising awareness, in finding new treatments, its provision of education, advice and support, and its close collaborative working with GPs and the broader health sector. Whilst proud of its achievements since forming in 2009 there is clearly much to do. Further Information and to Apply Please submit your CV via the 'Apply/Enquire' button in the first instance - a full pack will be made available to CVs of interest and/or we will be in contact to discuss the opportunity and organisation with you. NFP Consulting is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from all suitably qualified and eligible candidates. NFP Consulting is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

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Ref: NFP16153
Dependant on experience
Category: 
Fundraising
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
4 August 2017

Appeal lead (contract)

We are working with a unique childrens charity who are both a grant-giver and a fundraising organisation who are seeking an experienced fundraiser to lead on their current key fundraising campaign.

Working with the fundraising director, you will manage an established (and connected) board of connected individuals who are already signed up to raise a specific amount each for an appeal based on an incredibly clear need.

With a significant mass-media partner / corporate partner campaign coming up later this year and GBP1.5M already raised, its a great time to come on board.

To apply for this role you will: Have excellent relationship-building skills and experience of doing this with major donors and/or significant committee members Be a doer, willing to get out and meet key players as well as plan Be able to manage a project and think strategically

The person taking on this role will work with a small but successful fundraising team and a CEO who actively fundraises. The charity itself receives a great deal of accolades from others in the child poverty sector.

If you would like to know more please call/SMS Paul on 07961757882 or email paul.nott@nfpconsulting.co.uk paul.nott@nfpconsulting.co.uk

How to apply Please apply via the 'Apply' button above in the first instance by submitting your CV only - a full pack will be made available to CVs of interest and/or we will be in contact to discuss the opportunity and organisation with you. NFP Consulting is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

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