AWS Charity Jobs
AWS Charity Jobs
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Current vacancies

Planned Giving Fundraising Officer for NHS Lothian Charity

  • Part time
  • £35,522 pro-rata
  • Waverley Gate, Edinburgh (Flexible and you have the option to work at home, in the office or on NHS Lothian sites where appropriate)
  • Closing 17th February 2023

Are you passionate about supporting people to be a force for good through their charitable giving? Are you a creative and caring communicator, who will put the needs of the donor at the heart of everything you do? If so, you could help your local NHS Charity achieve its ambition to deliver outstanding care throughout the full healthcare journey to more local families.

If you are a fundraiser who excels at building trusting relationships and can adapt your style to suit your audience, this could be the next step in your fundraising career. If you’re up for the challenge of building on your skills to become knowledgeable in the principles of individual giving, legacy, and in-memory fundraising, we’d love to hear from you.

In return for your expertise, you’ll become part a high performing team and benefit from a trusting and supportive working culture.

The Planned Giving Fundraising Officer will work closely alongside the Planned Giving Manager to design and deliver a strategy for this area of fundraising. With the support of the Planned Giving Manager, this role will create and implement marketing plans for a lottery product, regular giving, and plans that link in-memory gifts to legacy fundraising and stewardship. The successful candidate will support the Planned Giving Manager to design and deliver a programme of appeals and campaigns to achieve growth from all our audience segments. Using a mix of fundraising channels, you will use your warm communication skills to build and retain relationships with individuals, regular donors, legators, and in-memory donors, to ensure the long-term success of the programme.

This is an exciting time to join the team as we invest in developing this key area of fundraising for the charity. This is a new position within our recently established engagement team.

The role will benefit from the support of an experienced team but will also provide ample opportunity for creative thinking and generating new ideas. You will be excited about the opportunity that gives to apply your experience, knowledge, and transferrable skills.

Reporting into: Planned Giving Manager

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Charity Coordinator

  • Full time
  • Negotiable
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 25th May 2021

A unique opportunity has arisen for a Charity Coordinator for a well-known organisation, based in the centre of Edinburgh. You will work closely with colleagues in the Sponsorship & Events Team and will be proactive in developing strong networks across the organisation. You will thrive on getting stuck in and taking the initiative and be an exceptional team player who enjoys working with a high attention to detail, as well as being an excellent communicator. You will become part of a team that cares about the work they do and the people they work with.

Responsibilities

  • Managing the CRM database.
  • Financial reporting of sponsorship activities, running queries and generating reports on sponsorship activity.
  • Taking ownership of relationships, through provision of updates and response to enquiries in a professional manner.
  • Overseeing the schedule of annual reports and coordinate timely responses to sponsor queries.
  • Safeguarding the data relating to sponsors and beneficiaries in line with the organisation’s policies and proactively consider enhancements to the database to ensure that it continues to meet stakeholder needs.

Essential Experience Required

  • Experience of working (either voluntary or paid) with charities in communities, arts, health, education or social issues.
  • Knowledge of Fundraising.
  • Experience of managing CRM databases.
  • Experience of relationship management & developing relationships with a range of stakeholders.
  • Ability to manipulate complex information, interpret data and present it in a clear, logical, and relevant format.
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal, written and communication skills, including working with a variety of audiences.
  • Excellent organisational skills, including the ability to prioritise, plan and compete workloads with tight deadlines.
  • Ability to work using initiative.
  • Excellent IT skills e.g., Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SQL.
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Development Manager at Sanku

  • Full time
  • £35,000 – £42,000
  • Flexible / Remote Based working (UK Preferred but not essential)
  • Closing 15th November 2021

Sanku is an award-winning social enterprise based in Tanzania. Our mission is to end malnutrition through our innovative technology and business model. Our technology adds precise amounts of life-saving nutrients into maize flour as it is processed. Our business model lets small millers fortify their flour at no added cost to themselves or their customers while providing us with revenue to cover our costs, and eventually, our growth. We reach millions of people across East Africa every single day and are rapidly scaling, with the ambitious goal of reaching 25 million people by 2025.

This is an exciting time for an ambitious Development Manager to join Sanku. Over the past year, we have won several awards, launched a high-profile partnership with the World Food Programme, and received a grant from MacKenzie Scott. We would like to capitalize on these recent successes to grow our existing donor base, develop new funding streams and raise $20M+ by 2025. Reporting to the Director of Development (DoD) and working closely with the Programs team in East Africa, this role will be a critical addition to our dynamic and fast-growing team and is ideally suited to professionals who want to gain development experience while playing a lead role in a cutting-edge social enterprise. Individuals who are passionate about our vision for a world without malnutrition are encouraged to apply.

Previous experience within an International Setting / Organisation preferred

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Top job! Operations Lead Manager (Health and Social Care)

  • Full time
  • £47,694
  • Based at Hansel, Broadmeadows, Symington, Ayrshire, home based / head office and working within the communities in which the organisation is active/potentially active (Mainly Ayrshire/West of Scotland).
  • Closing 28th March 2022

AWS Charity Jobs are delighted to be working in partnership with Hansel to appoint their Operations Lead Manager. Hansel provide a range of services to assist people with additional support needs, and their families, to make the most of life each and every day. Their approach is to deliver the right support; for an individual to feel empowered, to find their voice, and experience equality, choice, dignity and respect.

Working as a senior practitioner in the wider management team, to provide positive, constructive and informed technical and management support and guidance, to identify practice strengths, explore workable solutions and develop management teams abilities to deliver strategic objectives, contractual obligations, organisational goals and meet future challenges.

A full Job Description is available for download below.

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Top job! Chief Executive Officer

  • Full time
  • £50,000
  • This role is a mix of office based and work-from-home, with travel required throughout Scotland.
  • Closing 16th November 2022

Main Purpose of the Job

To provide leadership and accountability for the direction and work of Bipolar Scotland.

Overview

At a very exciting stage of the charity’s development the Trustees of Bipolar Scotland wish to appoint a new CEO to successfully develop the organisation and deliver the strategic goals of the organisation. We are looking for a hands-on leader to provide strategic vision, and operational support for the organisation.

The CEO will lead the staff team, working to develop and deliver annual business plans to implement the organisation’s strategy. With overall operational responsibility for staff and budget, the role is ambitious and exciting. Prospective candidates will have a successful track record of leadership in the charity, public or commercial sector and a commitment to Bipolar Scotland’s mission and values.

The CEO will report to the Chair of Bipolar Scotland and build an effective working relationship with the Board of Trustees, providing regular reports and insights on the development of the charity. They will have responsibility for managing a highly committed team, as well as developing the charity’s business plan and securing funding to deliver and sustain the organisation.

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