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Ref: NFP17265
Up to £40,000
London
Category: 
Finance
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
30 April 2018

We are recruiting for a Finance Manager for an award-winning, highly effective national charity 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.

The charity 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, they 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.

Interviews are taking place on Wednesday 2nd May

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£28,000 - £31,500
Category: 
Fundraising
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
31 May 2018

Incredible opportunity for an ambitious community / events fundraiser to take their first management role at this well-known childrens charity. In this role youll work as a part of an incredibly successful community department who bring in over GBP5m per year. Your small team will work with a range of committed supporters who raise money for the charity through a variety of methods. If you have great experience in working in fundraising, love connecting with supporters to let them know what a huge difference their activity makes and would like to join a charity that is large enough to grow your career within, this could be a great role for you. If you would like to hear a bit more about this role, including the feedback weve had from others weve found jobs in this department Call/SMS Paul Nott on 07961757882 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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Circa £45,000
Category: 
Fundraising
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
31 May 2018

This is a chance for a senior community fundraiser to lead a team of 15 at one of the UK's most loved childrens charities. This role is established and successful with an income of approximately GBP6million and demonstrates the truly pivotal role of community fundraising, engaging with high-level donors and in-mem givers as well as more traditional community methods. Because of this breadth of the role this is a perfect step for someone who either wants to be Head of Community at a large charity or who wishes to move on to a wider Head of Fundraising role. Feedback we have received from others at this charity is excellent. Donor loyalty and engagement is second to none and the proximity of beneficiaries means that you are kept completely in touch with the difference you are making every single day If you would like to hear a bit more about this role, Call/SMS Paul Nott on 07961757882 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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up to £35,000
London
Category: 
Fundraising
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
15 May 2018

Corporate Development Manager Providence Row Circa GBP35,000 London E1, Whitechapel Line manage: 1 member of staff

Providence Row exists to tackle the root causes of homelessness and to help people get off, and stay off, the streets.

Each year we work with more than 1400 homeless and vulnerably housed people in East London, offering an integrated service of crisis support, advice, recovery and learning and training programmes.

Our aim is to ensure that people who are so often excluded from mainstream services gain the support and opportunities they need to create a safe, healthy and sustainable life away from the streets. We do this by operating a range of integrated services, which include a welcoming resource centre, practical advice and support, targeted recovery programmes and longer-term trainee schemes.

We are seeking to appoint an experienced fundraiser to develop our existing corporate fundraising success. Working in East London, our reach spans boroughs that include a range of the largest corporates so there are some obvious opportunities. Our popular corporate volunteering programme gives us a great product to open doors.

Existing partnerships tend to be five figures and upwards and include big banks. Were lucky that a number of our existing projects are very appealing to CSR departments both for simple sponsorship and more strategic partnerships. We are a small team with big ideas and a great story to tell. If you would like to hear more about this role please call Paul Nott at NFP Consulting on 07961757882

A short video showing exactly the kind of difference you could be a part of https://youtu.be/2BQKjN2enpw

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: NFP17310
£40,000
London SW9
Category: 
General Manager
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
4 June 2018

Development Director GBP40,000 p.a. Full time (part time considered) London, SW9

We take sides. Both sides.

CHIPS helps bring about peace in conflicting communities both overseas and in the UK. Importantly, CHIPS only goes where it is invited.

This is a new and pivotal role.

CHIPS helps to build sustainable futures free from violence and division. It works by living at the heart of tension in order to understand and experience each sides situation, and are thus able to work alongside and empower people to bring about real change and irreversible peace. We know that the way we work has a profound and lasting effect on the communities we serve and we want to be able to spread our methods of practical peace-making even further.

Although we have been in existence for some 50 years we need to be a sustainable, stable and growing organisation. This is where you come in…

This new Development Director position is a key role at CHIPS. Specifically you will play a leadership role in developing the fundraising, marketing and communications strategy to enable growth and maximise the impact of our peace-making work around the world, as well as taking on the operational functions: finances, income generation, governance, personnel and administration.

Working closely with the Programmes Director and the Board of Trustees you will implement the charitys overall strategy and work towards making the peace-making vision of CHIPS a reality.

We are looking for someone who is a practising Christian and who is committed, focussed and skilled; an all-rounder in terms of keeping the house in order as well as being proactive in terms of profile raising and securing funding.

This post has a Genuine Occupational Requirement for the successful candidate to be a Christian as defined under the Equality Act 2010.

This is not just any job - we need you to care about what CHIPS does and therefore be able to roll up your sleeves and get involved with the day-to-day running of the organisation as well as be able to work at a strategic level in order to effect change.

Making it happen is critical in helping us to strengthen our organisation and make it known, so we can achieve our aim to bring more communities into greater harmony with each other.

If you think you have what it takes to help us help others in the pursuit of peace please get in touch. We cannot tell you enough just how excited we are about entering into a new phase of development - join us. How to apply Application is by CV and a Statement (maximum 1,000 words) which should concentrate on how you meet the experience and knowledge requirements.

Closing date: 5.00 p.m. Monday 4th June 2018

Selection process and timescales First interview: Week commencing Monday 11th June 2018 - TBC

Final interview with members of the Board of Trustees: W will be held week commencing Monday 18th June 2018 - TBC

Applicants will have the opportunity to meet and speak with the Director of Programmes during the process.

For an informal discussion about the role, please contact our strategic partner, NFP Consulting, who are managing this campaign on our behalf:

Shivani Smith, Principal Consultant on 07985 712 387 or email shivani.smith@nfpconsulting.co.uk Or Carroll Lloyd: carroll.lloyd@nfpconsulting.co.uk

Accessibility

Please let us know if you have any special requirements which we might need to consider in relation to the selection process or to attending interview. Any requests will not affect your equal opportunity in the selection process.

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Ref: NFP17309
£48,000 - £55,000
London
Category: 
Chief Executive
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
4 June 2018

Chief Operating Officer GBP48,000 - GBP55,000 Glass Door Homeless Charity Full time Permanent London SW3

Without these services I would have lost the most important thing. They have given me hope.

Glass Door Homeless Charity is Londons largest emergency winter night shelter and our open access policy allows us to take in homeless people who have been turned down by every other service: our shelters are their last resort. We provide a safe, warm place to sleep for 120 men and women every night during the winter months. Glass Door not only saves lives by providing refuge from the cold, but also proactively seeks to help its guests build more stable futures - our dedicated caseworkers offer year round advice, advocacy and practical support in helping people get back on their feet. Glass Door also partners with drop in centres to provide essential daytime services such as showers and laundry.

We are looking for an exceptional Chief Operating Officer to lead us into the next phase of our growth development plans. Over the next few years we are looking to expand our shelter and support model into different parts of London and possibly beyond. The shelters have already grown from offering 35 spaces a night to over 120 since we opened in 1999, and we are in discussions with a range of partners to continue this growth over coming winters. We also want to develop new partnerships with local day services and further develop our well established casework service which offers specialist support to all our guests.

All our services are open access and we receive no government funding. All income is generated from private donations and our fundraising and communications activity underpins our ability to deliver all our operational services. Our goal is to grow our income significantly over the next three years in line with our strategic plan of operational expansion.

To achieve these ambitions we are looking a motivational leader who is strategic, collaborative, innovative and ambassadorial. You will need to have the gravitas to build and nurture relationships with key stakeholders, funders and commercial partners but also be someone who is hands on, can comfortably lead from the front and importantly, take your team with you.

Your experience may have been gained in the charity, wider not for profit or commercial sector. What will be key for us is your ability to lead a multidisciplinary team which includes not only service provision, casework and logistics but also fundraising and communications, finance, and compliance.

You will have the support of an experienced, dedicated and passionate staff team as well as over 1,300 active volunteers.

Whoever gets this job must appreciate and actively embrace our open access ethos.

If you think you can lead us and have a tangible impact on the lives of our current and future homeless guests then please apply.

How to apply and the selection process For an informal and confidential discussion about the role, and to receive more a full Candidate Information Pack which includes the Job Description and Person Specification please contact our retained consultancy company NFP Consulting:

Carroll Lloyd, Director, NFP
T 0776 5001 033 or email carroll.lloyd@nfpconsulting.co.uk carroll.lloyd@nfpconsulting.co.uk Application is by way of CV and a Supporting Statement setting out your motivations for applying and how your experience to date meets the requirements set out in the Person Specification. Closing date: 10.00a.m. Monday 4th June 2018 There will be a two stage interview process First interviews: Week commencing Monday 11th June 2018 Final interviews: Week commencing Monday 18th June 2018

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£42k – £45k
Category: 
Fundraising
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
28 May 2018

A great opportunity for a skilled corporate fundraiser to lead the two person corporate partnerships team at a very well known charity.

This well-known cause is in the happy position of being approached by corporates to partner as well as having great cases for support to use as New Business Products

Targets are on track and existing partnerships are healthy and can be developed.

Based in a very sought-after area of London with great transport links, this is a great opportunity for a fulfilling career move. .

For more information on this role and others call Paul on 07961757882

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£40,000-£45,000
Aylesbury
Category: 
Marketing & Communications
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
3 June 2018

Head of Marketing and Fundraising

If you are a marketeer already working in the charity sector or wish to, this is a fantastic role to use your marketing and line management skills.

This is an established function that already generates significant profile and income, that would benefit from development.

As Head of Marketing and Fundraising you will:

Own the marketing and fundraising strategy, promoting the work of the charity to existing and potential members, professionals and supporters.

Develop and deliver and multi-channel communications calendar

Lead the existing marketing and fundraising team, making best use of their expertise to generate essential funds.

Based in Aylesbury with ample parking

If you would like to know more about how you could make a difference to the lives of people across the UK, 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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£30k – £35k
London
Category: 
PA to Senior
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
17 May 2018

Executive Assistant to the Chief Executive London GBP30,000 - GBP35,000 Do you have that sixth sense to see whats around the corner? Are you able to organise a busy CEO with a busy agenda and competing priorities? Can you anticipate what might be needed before even being asked? Do you pride yourself with your organisational and project management skills? If you have answered yes to the above, have rrecent and relevant experience of working to and supporting senior management/board level positions 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 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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£28,000 - £30,000 + ILA
London
Category: 
Fundraising
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
25 May 2018

Do you work in a sales, account management or marketing role? Looking to transfer your skills into the charity and not for profit sector? This could be the opportunity for you! Equally you could be working at a Fundraising Assistant or Officer level and looking to progress into a role focusing on corporate fundraising for a well-known charity. As part of the Corporate Partnerships team will enable the charity to build, develop and maintain a strong network of corporate supporters which will deliver long term relationships.
Based in a very sought-after area of London with great transport links, this is a great opportunity for a fulfilling career move.

Applications 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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£35,000 - £40,000
London
Category: 
Fundraising
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
24 May 2018

An opportunity for a fundraiser with experience of leading, writing and coordinating high value proposals to statutory or institutional funders, such as the UN, EU or DFID to join an international charity that works to prevent violent conflict.

If you are an experienced statutory, institutional or trust and foundation fundraising manager, preferably from the international sector, this is a chance to join a small but highly effective team based just a few minutes walk from Old Street Station.

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. NFP Consulting is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

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£45k + 10% bonus and benefits
London, W2
Category: 
Marketing & Communications
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
1 June 2018

Big Change takes the view that change doesnt happen by doing more of the same. To support young people, Big Change acts as a social impact accelerator -investing in big ideas that are rethinking how we set young people up to thrive in life not just exams. Big Change has built a strong track record of backing powerful projects at an early stage and are now looking to build on this strong foundation to codify, deepen and scale our impact going forward.

We recognise that with great ambition comes the need for great people and we are looking for someone to play a central role in maximizing the impact of Big Change in the UK - now and in the future. You will be taking the lead on our learning and potential for having the greatest impact in the sector, through the projects we support and the broader advocacy agenda.

You are as comfortable and credible with senior leaders and influencers in policy, education and business as you are on the frontline learning about what works (and doesnt!) from social entrepreneurs, young people and teachers.

You will be a bold, strategic thinker, strong project manager and always questioning and learning about the best way to do things. You will be comfortable in quickly picking up new subject areas and digesting many inputs to develop an emergent narrative around the areas of greatest opportunity for change. You will have excellent relationship building skills and be comfortable facilitating collaboration, events and partnerships.

The successful candidate will have the opportunity to both shape and grow quickly with the role and organization as we enter an exciting next phase. To apply, please send a CV and a supporting statement of no more than 1,000 words to shivani.smith@nfpconsulting.co.uk by 10am on 1st June.

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£25,000 - £26,500
London
Category: 
Marketing & Communications
Contract Type: 
Permanent Full Time Role
Closing Date: 
22 May 2018

The Strategic Marketing team was created in 2017 to support the charity in delivering a Revolution in Understanding and Support by building a strategic and coherent approach to marketing across the organisation, which builds and deepens engagement with the public. To meet this goal the Strategic Marketing strategy focuses on three pillars: marketing and communications planning and governance, integrated marketing campaigns and supporter engagement strategies.

The Digital Marketing Executive supports the delivery of the integrated marketing campaigns pillar. This pillar focuses on delivery of multi-channel, integrated marketing that engages new and existing audiences, and offers opportunities to amplify the organisations message.

The Digital Marketing Executive will support the development and delivery of their digital marketing strategy and campaigns. It will support the Digital Marketing Manager in ensuring their digital marketing reflects their brand vision to give a greater sense of urgency and seriousness to their cause; and places objectives around reach and engaging and building long-term relationships with supporters at its heart.

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. NFP Consulting is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

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