Charity registered in Scotland SC022140
Mary’s Meals is a fast-growing international charity, currently providing over 1,230,171 hungry and impoverished children in 14 developing countries with a daily school meal.
Mary’s Meals is a global movement supported by people from all walks of life and we are focused on one goal – that every child receives a nutritious daily meal in a place of education.
The Community Fundraising Manager is responsible for generating vital grassroots funding and support from churches, schools, universities, groups and associations throughout the UK.
Reporting to the Head of Fundraising, the successful candidate will be capable of managing, motivating and leading a team of community fundraisers to convert the significant potential for income growth into tangible and visible results to sustain and grow our school feeding programmes.
By contributing to the work of Mary’s Meals, you will become part of a worldwide movement of people who will not accept that any child in this world of plenty should endure a day without a meal.
The Shop Manager will lead and motivate a team of volunteers to support a strategy for growth and support the Operations Manager to attain strategic objectives and grow sales income, awareness of our mission and fundraising activities. Ensures shop operations are in line with Retail Standard operating procedure and organisational policies and procedures, and identify opportunities for increased sales potentials, improve awareness of our vision and mission as well as adding social value to the local community.
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The IT Systems and MI Manager will lead the delivery and support of the key systems used within MMUK and identify improvement opportunities across MMUK via a strategically planned partnership with each function to agree process and technical solutions.
You will lead and oversee the business intelligence output from MMUK various systems, design and development of organisational and operational dashboards and reports and be responsible for the gathering, analysing and organising of information across the organisation to monitor performance and inform strategic plans.