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up to £40,000
London
Category: 
Fundraising
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
3 November 2017

Fundraising Manager (Legacies and In Mem)

Full time or part time

up to GBP40,000

This is a newly created role following 18 months of successful piloting.

As 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.

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.

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.

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.

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 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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£38,000
London, Kensington
Category: 
Fundraising
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
20 November 2017

Corporate Development Manager The Royal Foundation GBP35,000-GBP38,000 Fixed Term full time, permanent contract London, Kensington

The Royal Foundations mission is to create lasting impact in areas where the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry are most passionate. We are their primary charitable vehicle and leverage their convening power to provide a neutral platform for organisations, charities and experts to come together to develop solutions that no single organisation could achieve on its own. Our aim is to form partnerships to come up with innovative programmes and initiatives that tackle serious social issues, bringing about real change by empowering the next generation.

We are currently active in a range of programme areas which include Mental Health, Armed Forces, Young People, and Conservation. The Foundation has a number of successful programmes and campaigns one example of which is Heads Together, our mental health campaign which used the 2017 London Marathon as a platform to move the dial on stigma and encourage the nation to have conversations about their mental health. Going forward the Foundation is working with a range of partners to develop tools to help schools, employers and the armed forces improve the way they deal with mental health issues.

The Corporate Development Manager will take a lead on managing a portfolio of high-value corporate partners that support the work of the Foundation and will help to secure new partners to respond to both existing and emerging funding priorities. The role will involve working with a number of very high profile individuals and in accordance with the integrity and reputation of the Foundation; discretion and professionalism are therefore paramount in addition to a strategic approach to fundraising.

How to apply

For an informal conversation about the role, please contact Simon Lloyd, Director, NFP on 07961 988 523 or email simon.lloyd@nfpconsulting.co.uk

All expressions of interest about this role, must be made via NFP. The Royal Foundation will not be able to respond to direct applications.

Expressions of interest are invited immediately and application is by way of CV in the first instance.

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: NFP17187
up to £34,000
London, WC2E
Category: 
Fundraising
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
24 November 2017

Events Manger sought for this national children's charity.

Reporting to the Head of Fundraising your remit will be to grow income and awareness for the charity through the development and delivery of an agreed calendar of events.

The successful candidate is likely to bring a track record in working to targets, project management and working on national and large scale events.

The role also has the scope to line manage an Events Officer therefore if you are looking to develop and grow your existing fundraising experience please get in touch.

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

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: NFP17195
£25,000 to £30,750 per annum
London
Category: 
Policy/Education
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
4 December 2017

The Anne Frank Trust UK is an education charity that envisages a society safe from prejudice and discrimination. Drawing on the power of Annes life and diary in a contemporary context we educate young people about the damage prejudice and hateful attitudes cause and empower them with the knowledge, skills and confidence needed to challenge bullying and harmful attitudes. In 2016 we worked with more than 40,000 individuals in schools, alternative provision units, prisons and community venues across the UK, encouraging people to combat hatred and embrace positive attitudes, responsibility and respect for others. The impact of our work has been recognised by the Equality and Human Rights Commission and by the Metropolitan Police, with whom we have just announced a new working partnership. We are also identified as a flagship project in the Government's Hate Crime Action Plan. The Trust is currently going through an exciting period of creativity and growth, and over the last year have developed and implement two new exciting and innovative programmes, Switch Off Prejudice, a programme designed to help young people understand the dangers of prejudice and discrimination, particularly online, and Free to Be, a debate-based programme tackling hate-related bullying.

The London Regional Manager is one of seven Regional Managers across the UK and a member of the education team with 21 members of staff. The London Regional Manager has responsibility for the management and delivery of all our programmes in London, with support from the London Project Officer and Freelance Educators. It is the responsibility of the London Regional Manager to ensure all funded worked is delivered in time and in budget, ensuring we meet our targets and expected impact. The London Regional Manager will be expected to maintain and develop relationships with schools and partners in London, with the view to grow our reach within the capital. The London Regional Manager will also be asked to contribute to the development and revision of products, programmes and resources with your fellow education team members.

How to apply For further information please download the job pack below. Application is by way of CV and supporting statement of no more than two sides of A4, which addresses your motivations for applying and how you meet the person specification. Closing date: 10.00 a.m. on Monday 4th December 2017 Interviews: 13th December 2017 Unfortunately, as the Anne Frank Trust UK is a small organisation we will not be able to respond to candidates that have not been shortlisted. As such if you have not heard from us within two weeks of the closing date please assume that you have been unsuccessful on this occasion. We hope you will not be deterred from applying for another role with us in the future.

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£38,000 - £42,000
Category: 
Fundraising
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
29 October 2017

A rare change to join an incredibly sought-after international charity leading a team of 6 providing information and analysis to the fundraising dept.

This role is perfect for an individual who understands how to package large projects for funding and who understands what large funders require.

You will support your team to develop and maintain excellent relationships with programme teams in the UK and in the developing world. You'll work with them to learn about their projects and the difference they make, then help package them for funders.

In the UK, you'll work closely with teams raising valuable funds from major donors, trusts and institutional funders and support them in creating compelling cases for support.

This team are entirely critical to the success of the major donor, trust and institutional giving teams so you'll know that every day, you are making a difference to the lives of people in need across the globe

Based in Central London with great travel links, this charity gets some of the best employee feedback I've come across.

To learn more about the role Call/SMS Paul Nott on 07961757882

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: NFP17197
£27,500
London
Category: 
Fundraising
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
24 November 2017

The Anne Frank Trust UK is an education charity that envisages a society safe from prejudice and discrimination. Drawing on the power of Annes life and diary in a contemporary context we educate young people about the damage prejudice and hateful attitudes cause and empower them with the knowledge, skills and confidence needed to challenge bullying and harmful attitudes.

In 2016 we worked with more than 40,000 individuals in schools, alternative provision units, prisons and community venues across the UK, encouraging people to combat hatred and embrace positive attitudes, responsibility and respect for others. The impact of our work has been recognised by the Equality and Human Rights Commission and by the Metropolitan Police, with whom we have just announced a new working partnership. We are also identified as a flagship project in the Government's Hate Crime Action Plan.

The Trust is on the cusp of significant expansion backed by a growth-oriented fundraising development plan and we're looking for a dynamic, creative and hard-working individual to join our small team of dedicated professional fundraisers. We work in a fast-paced, but friendly and supportive environment, where you can be sure that your contribution will have a real impact on the charity's ability to deliver its vital work to thousands of young people.

Working with the Grants Manager and as a member of the fundraising team the Grants Officer will play a pivotal role in helping the Trust achieve its three-year plan to sustainably grow gross income from GBP1.3m to GBP2m p.a. The successful candidate will be responsible for developing and managing a portfolio of relationships with grant giving bodies (Statutory, Lottery and Trusts & Foundations); generating and managing income from existing and new projects and funders; and delivering on KPIs and targets in relation to grant income streams.

How to apply

Application is by way of CV and Supporting Statement which addresses your motivations for applying and the Experience section of the Person Specification.

Closing date: 10.00 a.m. on Friday 24th November 2017

Unfortunately, as The Anne Frank Trust is a small organisation we will not be able to respond to candidates that have not been shortlisted. As such if you have not heard from us within 2 weeks of the closing date please assume that you have been unsuccessful on this occasion. We hope you will not be deterred from applying for another role with us in the future.

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Up to £60,000
London
Category: 
Fundraising
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
20 November 2017

Senior manager sought with a track record of leading and managing high performing teams to raise cGBP12m per year.

The Head of High Value Partnerships will be responsible for the ongoing development and delivery of high value partnerships within corporates, major donors, trusts, foundations and legacies.

The successful candidate will have the support of a successful, ambitious and really talented fundraising management team, consisting of five direct reports.

This is an exciting role with lots of existing and new opportunities ahead of you. You will also benefit from a wider senior management team and an organisational board that recognises the value of high value partnerships and is therefore very supportive.

If you are ready for a really good and long term challenge within a fast thinking, high profile charity then maybe this is the right time and organisation for you.

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£competitive salary + excellent benefits
Liverpool
Category: 
Fundraising
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
20 November 2017

Head of Strategic Relationships and Major Giving GBPcompetitive salary + excellent benefits including up to a 6% pension and flexible working Full-time, Permanent Liverpool

We are looking for a professional who brings a demonstrable track record of success in building strategic relationships and securing income. For Nugent our stakeholders include Local Authorities, CCGS, Councils, other Charities, the NHS, private businesses, and high net worth individuals.

The Head of Strategic Relationships & Major Giving position is a re-imagined post and therefore brings scope to adjust the role to fit your skills and key strengths.

Working closely with the Senior Management team, including the CEO, your remit will include leading and developing the Business Development department, and as part of the Senior Leadership Group, you will be accountable for developing and evolving key strategic relationships in relation to placements and high net worth individuals.

Among your strengths will be highly developed presentation and negotiation skills. Your will be used to working with financial and other targets, people and project management, and business planning.

To be successful in this role you will need to be both strategic and hands on, commercially minded, adept at relationship building, and skilled in spotting and maximising upon opportunities for collaborative working, partnership building and vitally, income generating.

We would love to hear from you if you believe you can support your peers and direct reports in promoting a commercially astute culture across the organisation as we drive towards our vision of being an entirely dignified and outstanding organisation.

Join us.

How to apply

For more information and to apply please click here: https://nfpconsulting.co.uk/job/17203

All expressions of interest about this role must be made via NFP. Nugent will not be able to respond to direct applications.

For an informal and confidential discussion about the role, please contact:

Carroll Lloyd, Director, NFP

T 0207 0969 639 or email carroll.lloyd@nfpconsulting.co.uk

Closing date: 10.00 am on the 20th November 2017

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Ref: NFP17206
Up to £38,000 depending on experience an
Essex
Category: 
Marketing & Communications
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
23 November 2017

Blesma - The Limbless Veterans is the national charity and membership association for limbless serving and ex-service men and women and their dependants.

We help all wounded servicemen and women who have lost limbs, the use of limbs or eyes, to rebuild their lives by providing rehabilitation activities and well-being support.

Blesma campaigns for our veterans rights and looks after individuals and their families by offering a comprehensive grants and welfare system. Rehabilitation, support, counselling and care are the four principle foundations of our organisation. Together, we can help our men, women and their families face the challenges ahead with renewed confidence and self-belief.

The Communications Manager role will play an important part within Blesma and lead a dynamic and growing multi-disciplinary team that delivers market leading communications across various channels. This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced and ambitious Communications Manager to join an inspiring organisation, contribute to a growing profile, develop a strong team and shape the charitys communications strategy for the future.

Closing date:10am on the 23rd November

Interviews: 27th November 2017 How 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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Ref: NFP17208
Up to £36,300 DOE inclusive of ILW
Central London with flex
Category: 
Policy/Education
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
20 November 2017

Were searching for a highly motivated and experienced Public Affairs Manager who will be able to develop effective and significant relationships with key influential parliamentarians and Government representatives on policy and legislation.

Youll be based in the charity's offices in London, with regular contact and visits to head-office in Herefordshire. You will also link up with colleagues in the Devolved Administrations.

You will be responsible for developing and implementing parliamentary plans which support the delivery of the organisation's strategy, and as an engaging and influential communicator, you will lead on promoting messages to parliamentarians and political and industry stakeholders.

Demonstrable evidence of partnership working, policy or advocacy, with evidence of influencing Government or party positions is essential. Advanced understanding of identifying and capitalising on opportunities to engage with parliamentary processes and policy development would also be an advantage.

Finally your ability to prepare presentations, briefings and impactful materials from complex information in a compelling and credible way to political audiences will be of paramount importance.

Closing date:10am on the 20th November

Interviews: 4th December 2017 How 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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£37,000 - £39,000 pa, pro rata
London
Category: 
Fundraising
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
28 November 2017

Four days per week considered for the right candidate, an element of home working may also be considered. Maternity Cover until January 2019.

In this role you will be responsible for overseeing the work of the England-based members of the talented and successful Trust and Lottery team during a time in which replacing large multi-year grants coming to an end will be a high organisational priority. This leading charity's trust and lottery funders already support a broad range of national and local work and there is scope to develop this further and also to forge closer relationship between trust fundraising and the work of the Campaigns, Policy and Communications division. A willingness to travel will be an asset, with the Trust and Lottery Manager-England expected to assist the Head of Trusts and Lottery in building upon Fundraisings strong relationships with service delivery teams across the country.

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.

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£40,000 - £45,000
London
Category: 
Fundraising
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
4 December 2017

Girl Effect is a creative global social business determined to positively impact the lives of adolescent girls to break the cycle of intergenerational poverty in developing countries. We work at the cutting edge of the international development and media sector, and have built a culture that is entrepreneurial and fast paced.

Founded and championed by NIKE Foundation as a movement in 2008, we are now an independent organisation. With the support of over 150 partners in 90 countries, NIKE Foundation and Girl Effect have positively impacted the lives of millions of girls and influenced global investment in them.

With continued multi-year funding from the NIKE Foundation and multiple, high profile partners, we are now pursuing an ambitious strategy to build irreversible momentum for girls.

We build mass media brands, with mobile interactivity and the use of safe spaces, that engage girls and key influencers in their lives to effect social norm change; breaking down barriers that prevent girls from accessing the services and support they need to progress.

Ours is a fresh approach to international development, but one that is gaining ground and has captured the interest of investors and the development world alike.

To this end the role of Manager, Institutional and Corporate Philanthropy will play a key role in the organisations fund mobilisation operation, working with high donors to secure support for Girl Effects mission and programmes.

How to apply

For an informal and confidential discussion about the role, please contact Shivani Smith, Director, NFP Consulting on 07985 712 387or email shivani.smith@nfpconsulting.co.uk

Closing date: 9am Monday 4th December First interviews will be held w/c 10th December

All interviews will take place at Girl Effects offices.

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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