As our Operations Manager within the Business Development Team, you will be instrumental in communicating our messages, fundraising to tackle social isolation and loneliness, and navigating through the complex environment of statutory procurement processes.
You will have an appreciation of Carr Gomm values: Choice, Control, Interdependence, Respect, Openness & Honesty and Efficiency, Joint Working and Involvement, while developing a great understanding of the organisational goals and objectives both for the people we support and all employees.
Responsibilities & Success Factors...
Reporting to the Senior Operations Manager, you will be responsible for leading Carr Gomm’s communications, marketing, fundraising and competitive tendering through our agile approach. You will line manage a team of five colleagues, based in our National Office in Edinburgh (with the option for hybrid home-based working).
Success in this role includes:
What we are looking for...
Successful Operations Managers come from different backgrounds and have a range of work and life experiences. All have the flair to engage with and relate to people, and share our values of respect, interdependence, choice, control, openness and honesty, kindness and empathy.
In our eyes, the best Operations Managers are creative, tech-savvy, results-driven, positive, and self-motivated team players who are wonderful ambassadors, analytical thinkers, excellent storytellers, and passionate world changers. We expect that you will have significant experience of line management, communications and marketing, social media management, various fundraising approaches, competitive tendering and the wider social care policy landscape in Scotland.
This is a pivotal role in the organisation heading up our relationships team, which includes fundraising and marketing communications and holds some of our most important strategic relationships. With substantial oversight of the organisation and liaison with service teams, Senior Managers and Leadership we are looking for a strategic thinker who can scan the horizon and see the big picture whilst ensuring that the talented team has everything it needs to deliver the fundraising and communications plans.
This role requires someone who can build trusted relationships across the organisation and has significant experience of building strategies that move an organisation forward for example for fundraising, marketing and communications or organisational development etc.
This role requires proven and demonstrable competence in fundraising strategy but more than that we seek an individual who is adept at creating and telling compelling stories, someone who can grasp a complex organisation, someone who can understand data and build a vision for how we communicate both within and outside the organisation.
You will be approachable, proactive, resilient and motivated to perform to a high standard. You will demonstrate patience, understanding and the ability to nurture relationships internally and externally to the benefit of all.
The ideal candidate will thrive on autonomy and be compelling, inspiring and strategic of thought. You will see trends and developments early and be a strong support for the Director and Leadership Team.
Cyrenians is a charity working towards a society that truly values and includes all. Our Vision is of an inclusive society in which we all have the opportunities to live valued and fulfilled lives. We work to make that vision a reality through our mission to stop homelessness by supporting people excluded from family, home, work or community on their life journey.
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. We offer more than just a career, we offer the opportunity to support our global movement in a dynamic and inclusive environment with a real focus on personal development.
The Director of Supporter Engagement and Income role is a vitally important position which will oversee and propel onwards the work of three Heads of Department (Grassroots Engagement, Major Giving and Supporter Care) and their teams. The role is absolutely crucial in providing strategic leadership, vision and operational excellence to Mary’s Meals UK, as we seek to deliver continued income growth in this country for the benefit of many more hungry children in some of the world’s poorest communities.
Reporting to the Executive Director and serving as an integral member of the UK leadership team, the Director of Support Engagement and Income will be responsible for the development and implementation of fundraising strategies that raise awareness of Mary’s Meals in the UK, encouraging support of the Mary’s Meals mission.
Principal duties include:
The Community Engagement Officer is responsible for contributing to the delivery of the Hospice’s strategic aim to work in partnership with communities to help them achieve the best possible care and support for those in their community living with aged-related frailty and/or faced with life shortening illness, death and bereavement.
With an emphasis on under-served remote and rural communities, the post holder will identify key individuals and groups, and engage with them and other stakeholders to help establish community-led partnerships to support and deliver palliative, end of life, and related social care services and initiatives.
The post holder will work closely with all members of the Hospice clinical, community and support teams to identify opportunities to work in partnership with the public, private and third-sector to develop innovative solutions.
Line management is provided by the Community and Supportive Services Manager who has responsibility for a range of community-based services including: Helping Hands; Sunflower Home Care; Rehabilitation and Wellbeing; and Bereavement Support. You will also work closely with the Head of Fundraising and Development.
It is essential that you have direct experience of working with communities to develop locally-led projects and services, preferably in a health or social care environment.
The post is part-time, up to 30 hours per week are on offer depending on successful candidate’s preferred working pattern.
The post may be based at Highland Hospice in Inverness or at home. It will involve extensive travel across the Highlands and if based at home you will be expected to attend meetings at Highland Hospice on a regular basis. A high degree of flexibility and the ability to work unsocial hours is expected.
Are you creative and passionate about fundraising to support our equity mission?
We have an exciting opportunity for a creative and dynamic person to lead our fundraising strategy, supporting our efforts to secure new and repeat income from Trusts, Foundations, Commissions & Tenders. You will be someone with a minimum of 3 years’ bid writing experience, and be able to evidence a track record in charitable fundraising, reporting and monitoring. You should have a good knowledge of the funding landscape in Scotland as well as an understanding of the social, political, and human rights issues that impact on the lives of BPoC young people.
You should be able to think creatively, work both independently and as part of a team, and demonstrate excellent communication, interpersonal and digital skills. You will have proven stakeholder management skills to work with all levels of staff in the organisation and external partners.
We centre anti-racism and the experiences of BPoC young people in schools, at work and in personal lives through our Education, Restless Natives and Youth Work programmes. Our governmental and sectoral advocacy is an extension of these priorities, which focuses on upending the entrenched inequalities and structural exclusion that have cut BPoC young people out of decision-making that shapes our lives. When IYS join these spaces of decision-making, we are often the only people present directly engaged and connected into the lives of BPoC young people. Our growing presence in Scotland emanates from this unique position – as both an advocacy organisation and community-oriented organisation.
Age Scotland is the national charity for older people. We work to improve the lives of everyone over the age of 50 so that they can love later life.
We support and enable hundreds of communities and older people’s groups across Scotland. We provide information, friendship and advice through our free helpline, publications and workshops. We tackle loneliness and isolation with our Community Connecting Service and much more.
We work in Scotland with older people’s groups who provide vital activities and services for older people in their local community. We campaign on the issues that older people tell us are important to them.
Our Fundraising Team are looking for an Interim Fundraising & Marketing Assistant to provide administrative support to fundraising and marketing initiatives and create and maintain efficient processes for managing donor information and income.
The post will be a blend of office based (in Edinburgh) and home-based work.
Due to the Covid outbreak in the UK, we have adapted our way of working to ensure the ongoing delivery of services, while minimising risk to our employees. Depending on guidance from the Scottish Government regarding the lifting of lockdown restrictions, this role may initially be completely home based, incorporating office work and face to face contact when it is safe to do so.
In return for your expertise and commitment to our values you’ll receive a generous holiday allowance, a range of learning and development opportunities, optional healthcare benefits and a contributory pension scheme with employer contributions of up to 9%.
If you have the skills, experience and ambition required to fulfil this role, then please apply now.
The Bumblebee Conservation Trust is looking for a full-time Individual Giving Manager to play a leading and hands on role in the growth of the charity.
You will be responsible for designing and implementing stewardship plans to enhance our overall supporter experience and donor journey, and grow our income across individual giving, legacy, in memorandum, and membership activity.
The Trust is currently undertaking a review of our digital systems, including our CRM and website. Working closely with the fundraising and engagement teams, you will play a key role in ensuring the smooth transition between systems and the adoption of new digital fundraising opportunities.
You will be an experienced, proactive and creative fundraiser with a proven track record in generating significant fundraising income and achieving income targets.
Please refer to the job description and person specification for more details of the role.
This is a full-time, permanent position, partially homebased and partially based from the Trust’s offices in Stirling, where the Individual Giving team is based – the exact split between home and office is negotiable. Benefits include: 8% employer pension contribution, flexible working, death in service benefit, and well-being support via Health Assured's Employee Assistance Programme.
The Trust recruits, employs, trains and promotes regardless of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, disability, age, and other protected status.
At the Trust, we have a clear goal: to be the place where a diverse mix of talented people want to come, to stay and do their best work. We pride ourselves on reaching for our vision – to reverse the decline in bumblebees, through the hard work and dedication of our passionate and creative employees.
The COVID19 pandemic has created previously unimaginable levels of need. Raising funds has never been more needed to ensure that we are able to deliver support for the children and families of Scotland.
Here at Children 1st we are looking for someone special to join our skilled and highly successful fundraising team, to maintain and grow the high level sustainable funding we need from Trusts and statutory funders.
We are looking for an experienced and creative Business Development & Trusts Manager that is able to will lead our work to identify and maximise opportunities from Trusts, Foundations and statutory sources. We are looking for someone who brings drive, energy and creativity to the role.
We need someone who is focused, shares our vision and is able to deliver innovation and build great relationships with funders. Being an excellent communicator and on all platforms is vital. Our values are important to us and we need someone who can translate this to our supporters through authentic and creative relationships.
If you have a track record of writing powerful bids and applications, managing relationships and a passion for supporting Scotland’s children - we want to hear from you!
In return you will be offered a competitive salary, 40 days annual leave inclusive of 9 days public holidays (pro rata) and flexible working opportunities.
This is a fixed term, full time role of 35 hours per week, although less than full time could be considered. Based flexibly in Scotland with access (restrictions dependant) to our offices in Edinburgh and Glasgow. The role may require travel across Scotland when safe to do so.
We are looking for a family worker to deliver sessions, clubs and activities for our children, young people and families. The delivery will be varied and will always be driven by the needs of the community.
You will also be responsible for working on trips and residentials.
There will also be the remit of devising and implementing new projects and clubs as guided by funding requirements and service user’s needs. You will have the responsibility of helping with fundraising drives and initiatives.
You will work in partnership with local organisations and schools and build up strong positive community links. You will work to enhance the lives of local children by ensuring activities are provided to develop their mental, emotional, physical and social well-being needs.
You will also be committed to ongoing personal development and undertake training or other professional development activities as required.
All other reasonable duties will be required to be undertaken as and when required and agreed with the Project Manager.
Responsible to: Project Manager.
A fantastic opportunity has arisen at Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity to join a team that’s professional, committed and passionate about making a difference to those most in need of our help. We are looking for a loyal, committed and hardworking individual who is seeking a position within our Partnerships & Events Team.
Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity is an organisation committed to our vision. We raise funds to help those who tirelessly care for and nurture young lives at their most vulnerable; to invest in equipment, research and continued improvement of facilities and services for children and families in hospital.
As Fundraiser, you will be an enthusiastic, proactive, confident, hard-working and conscientious individual who will be an integral part of the Partnerships & Events Team.
As a key member of the Partnerships & Events Team, the Fundraiser will generate voluntary donations by supporting with the implementation and delivery of the fundraising initiatives and activities created by the Head of Partnerships & Events and the Fundraising Events & Activities Manager. The Fundraiser will work on a variety of fundraising initiatives and activities encompassing all areas of fundraising including Community, Partnerships, Events, Regional Fundraising and Trading.
If you have the relevant skills and personality as detailed above and are looking an opportunity with an employer committed to developing staff talent please apply for this position now!
Benefits: As a compassionate organisation we care about our staff and have a range of employee benefits that make Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity a great place to work – please see our range of employee benefits here