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  • Arts & Heritage Officer South East England

    South East England,£18000 per annum

    Job Description: Arts & Heritage Officer. £18,000. Full time (35 hrs per week). Location: Borehamwood. We are looking for an enthusiastic, self-motivated Arts and Heritage Officer to assist the Creative Director to deliver our programme of work and community based activities. The ideal candidate will have experience of working with communities, delivering arts and craft workshops, working with volunteers, setting up exhibitions and experience of project planning. You will be involved in a multiple programmes of community events, exhibitions and educational activities. Therefore ability to manage multiple projects is key. You will lead and facilitate creative workshops for children and adults and work in partnership with community organisations, and special interest groups as required, to deliver the programme aims. This role is ideal for a creative individual with some background in the Arts who has the ability to utilise their interpersonal and communication skills to establish and maintain positive relationships with key stakeholders. You will also be familiar with monitoring projects, preparing progress reports and working with freelance artists. Essential Skills. Experience of working within an Arts related educational environment, including work with community groups. Educated to degree level in Fine Arts preferred. Ability to facilitate and lead art workshops for children and adults. Experience of supporting multiple projects at once. Excellent communication and planning skills. Excellent people management skills. Knowledge of MS Office Suite. Knowledge of planning exhibitions / project management. Knowledge of using digital and social media to enhance community engagement. Other requirements not mentioned above. Ability and willingness to travel to a variety of locations as required for the role. It is expected that at least 50% of this role will be working outside of the office within the community and other relevant locations. To apply, Applicants must complete an application form on our website. CVs will not be accepted. Closing date for applications is October 14, …

    October 22, 2018 05:52:44

  • Head of Development - Growing & Dynamic Organisation South East England

    South East England,£45000 per annum

    Job Description: Success Recruit are currently working with an inspirational and growing organisation based in Central Essex who are looking to recruit their Head of Development. Our client is looking for someone who is passionate about developing their career within a client facing position. The successful candidate will be responsible for working with likeminded professionals and building strong relationships with high net worth individuals & advocates of the organisation who are dedicated to supporting the local community. The successful Head of Development will be expected to. Have excellent communication skills both written & verbal. Develop relationships with key stakeholders and provide introductions. Have strong business acumen and be a strategic thinker to support with growth. The successful Head of Development will be rewarded with. An opportunity to develop a career within a well-established and respected organisation. Work within a highly experienced and long serving team. Own autonomy within the position to build and continue growing an excellent reputation. Job Specifics. Purpose of the role. The main purpose of the Head of Development role will be to lead on fund generation and development activities and to build upon the current legacy of the organisation. You will be expected to identify and expand on target audiences in order to increase the network of donors and clients. Duties to include but not limited to. Collaborate with the Head of Communication to manage the effective communications to engage new and existing clients. Develop a strategic business development plan to work closely alongside marketing. Manage all fund development activities within an agreed budget. Promote the organisations mission and values at all times to existing and potential new clients with passion. Attend regular external meetings, networking and events building strong relationships with professionals. Provide line management to the Development Officer agreeing objectives and professional development opportunities. Further develop and maintain our donor pipeline on the CRM system and manage the ongoing development of research capabilities and all internal databases. The successful candidate will be of a graduate or equivalent professional qualification level and can demonstrate empathy through life situations. This position would suit someone that can demonstrate strong rapport building and be of a caring nature where they enjoy helping people on a daily basis. Previous charity knowledge would be beneficial however not essential however a strong network community would be strongly advantageous. Hours. Monday – Friday 09:00am – 5:00pm however flexibility required for occasional evening events. Salary: Circa …

    October 22, 2018 04:34:32

  • Programme Manager (Groups, Awards, Business) London

    London,£40000 to £ 45000 per annum

    Job Description: Programme Manager - (Groups, Awards, Business. £40-£45K. Oxford Circus, London. The team at Hunter Merrifield are delighted to be representing the Institute of Physics with a newly created role of Programme Manager (Groups & Awards). This role allows for innovation and creativity whilst you are responsible, on behalf of the Head of Science and Innovation, for ensuring successful delivery of a portfolio of programmes as well as enabling new ways of working through the development of enhanced business processes, data management systems and team working. You will be part of a team that. Delivers value to the membership and the physics community. Recognises and rewards excellence in science & innovation in academia and industry. Promotes physics-based science & innovation through IOP member networks, events, and content. Encourages and fosters collaboration across traditional boundaries. Ensure that Physics is recognised for the contribution it makes to the economy. Support large, medium and small businesses to actively exploit and commercialise new and emerging physics-based research. You will do this as a team through more than 44 science and innovation major awards, running 50 special interest groups, over 50 group cconferences and events, 3 travel bursaries schemes for early career researchers, Physics2020 and an exciting programme of Knowledge exchanges which are physics solving industry challenges. What is your role in this. The role involves handling multiple budgets, line management of staff and management of operational inter-dependencies across the department as well as working with other departments and external partner organisations and stakeholders. Ensure successful delivery of 50 Groups managing governance, committees, budgets, member participation and digital presence as well as progressing potential new groups. Build a delivery schedule for Business Innovation and Growth Group (network to support entrepreneurs and physicists/innovators in small, medium and large businesses), running workshops and events across nations and regions. Run sector-focussed open innovation programmes to address industry challenges. Deliver the IOP's prestigious Awards programme (science awards, honorary fellows, Philips award), including coordination across other departments and marketing to stakeholders. Increase engagement and impact of Business awards, ensuring high value to winnersSecure sponsorship of programmes (in kind and cash. Identify and manage partnerships to add value to programmes, adding delivery capacity and expanding market reach. Drive gender, regional, institutional and business inclusivity across programmes. Monitor, evaluate and report impact of programmes. Carry out business development activities to identify new areas where the Institute can add value and impact in science and innovation. Lead business innovation and entrepreneurial workshops to support entrepreneurial physicists and start-up businesses. Manage relationships with senior level stakeholders including the Institute's members, it's Science & Innovation and Groups Committee members, as well as political, academic and industrial contacts. Maintain awareness of the science and innovation political and funding landscape. What skills do you need to succeed. Project Management qualification or equivalent experience. STEM or relevant degree - desirable. Team player. Negotiation skills. Influencing skills. Leadership. Proactive. Analytical skills. Dependable. Organisational skills. Interpersonal skills. Communication skills. Computer literate. Why do you want to work here. You want to work for a charitable membership organisation with a worldwide membership from enthusiastic amateurs to those at the top of their sector in academia, business, education and government. This is an exciting time to join the team in the central London office. As they move into the next phase of our five-year strategy, which will include their move to the heart of the redevelopment in King's Cross, close to partners such as Wellcome and Google, we are seeking new talent to help us create a contemporary organisation that is fit for the future. In addition to a competitive salary and professional development opportunities, we offer employees a comprehensive benefits package including an excellent pension scheme, private medical insurance and generous annual leave. We also offer a range of other benefits including childcare vouchers, gym membership and interest free season ticket loans. This is a dynamic and professional directorate and you could be a part of it! Apply today. Huntress Search Ltd does not discriminate on the grounds of 'protected characteristics' as defined under the Equality Act and other relevant UK legislation. Huntress Search Ltd acts as a Recruitment Agency in relation to all Permanent roles and as a Recruitment Business in relation to all Temporary roles. PLEASE NOTE: We can only consider applications from candidates who have the right to work in the …

    October 22, 2018 04:30:05

  • Interim Finance Officer

    £11.00 to £ 15 per hour

    Job Description: Interim Finance Officer. Boston Hale are currently working with a charity in London looking for an Interim Finance Officer to join the team. They are looking for a motivated candidate who could be interested in permanent opportunities in the long run. The successful candidate will have some practical experience in finance and be available on short notice. Day to day duties. Checking and authorising invoices. Posting journals. Completing monthly reconciliations. Answering queries. Managing the team emails. Carrying out any ad-hoc duties as required. Essential criteria. Excellent communication skills. Fast learner who wants to path a career in Finance. Educated up to degree minimum. Available to start at short notice. Please apply as soon as possible to ensure your details are …

    October 22, 2018 04:07:07

  • Conferencing Reception Cover - Stockwell London

    London,£10.77 per hour

    Job Description: We are currently recruiting for temporary Reception cover, based in a busy conferencing centre located inside a hostel for young people in the Stockwell area. The conferencing centre is rented out and used by community groups, paying organisations and sometimes by customers of the hostel. In this role, you would need to do a mixture of admin and preparing the conferencing room. Responsibilities will include. Receiving conference and event enquiries by phone and email. Managing bookings. Setting up rooms - moving chairs and some tables (with assistance from other staff. Handling deliveries to the conferencing centre. Preparing refreshments for events. Lone working on some occasions. Use teamwork to provide excellent customer service. Candidates must be able to be flexible and multi-task. They will use team working skills to provide excellent customer service. The role is paid at £10.77 per hour, and will be lasting for approximately 5 weeks. Staff will work from Monday – Friday, 9AM – 5PM, beginning as soon as possible after the 23rd …

    October 22, 2018 03:55:32

  • Locality Officer West Midlands

    West Midlands,£25000 per annum

    Job Description: We are a registered care and support charity that offers services to just over 6000 people within the Midlands. These services include supporting people within registered care, domiciliary care, people with learning difficulties, those with mental health issues, young people at risk, older people, BME groups, people at risk of being homeless and those fleeing domestic abuse. Trident has over 50 years of delivering homes, services and innovation in some of the most disadvantaged communities in the Midlands. It employs more than 800 staff, works with over 150 volunteers and provides training places and apprenticeships for many more. About the role. We are currently looking to recruit for an experienced Locality Officer to join our team based in Birmingham. You will deliver a high quality housing management service that meets the needs and expectations of customers and supports them to sustain their tenancies. This will include the management of a geographical patch of properties providing estate management, low level anti-social behaviour management, resident engagement activities, tenancy support and arrears management. About You. A working knowledge of legislation relevant to the service. Experience of working within a busy environment. Keeping accurate and compliant records. Knowledge of working with Microsoft applications. Working knowledge of housing, rent arrears and ASB management. Experience of effective relationship building with internal and external partners. Experience of partnership working. Experience of working with client groups with differing needs and expectations. Strong interpersonal skills. Excellent communication skills to enable effective liaison with internal and external clients. Full Driving licence is essential. All applications must be accompanied with a current CV which will be used to assess your suitability for the role. Please ensure all the skills, experience and qualifications requested are clearly demonstrated in your CV as explained in the body of the advert. All applicants must provide their right to work documentation at interview stage, such as a valid passport which will be verified to check your eligibility to work and live in the UK. All roles will be subject to a successful disclosure at an appropriate level from Disclosure and barring service …

    October 22, 2018 03:48:25

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