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Title TRUSTEE(S)
Categories Trustee Roles
Salary N/A
Location Bovey Tracey
Job Information

We are currently working with the Devon Guild of Craftsmen who are seeking to recruit two new Trustees. Riverside Milli in the snow

The vision of Devon Guild of Craftsmen is to inspire creative excellence and increase the enjoyment of contemporary craft.  Established in 1955 as a Membership organisation they are an educational charity with a permanent home, an enterprise arm and around 300 professional craftspeople as Members, 400 friends and 30 staff. From their base at Riverside Mill, Bovey Tracey they develop activities that:

  • inspire the creativity of people across all age ranges and abilities,
  • promote the notion of creative excellence and innovation that exists in the south west
  • support the crafts sector by creating a sustainable selling and marketing framework
  • nurture makers by creating sustainable opportunities for professional development
  • enable the local and wider community to experience the diversity of contemporary craft

The role of a Trustee involves

  • contributing actively to the Board role in giving firm strategic direction to the organisation,
  • ensuring the organisation complies with its governing documents and other legislation
  • ensuring the financial stability of the organisation
  • attending board meetings (six a year including the AGM)
  • taking an active part of sub-committees as required
  • attending Awaydays and Planning days
  • acting as an ambassador for the organistion.

The Guild is current seeking prospective Trustees with specialised knowledge in one or more the following areas:

  • Financial Management (the current Finance Trustee is due to step down in 2018), ideally professionally qualified
  • A trustee who will also be a non-executive director of their trading company (Devon Guild Ltd), with experience of trading within the charity sector and online retail/digital marketing and developing entrepreneurial activities.

If you would like to discuss this opportunity in more detail, please contact Jackie Dawkins at Shine Charity Recruitment (jackie@shinecharityrecruitment.co.uk or 01884/841751)

 

 

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Title FUNDRAISING & COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER (Part-Time)
Categories Fundraising Jobs
Salary £30k-£35k Pro Rata
Location Bristol
Job Information

Temwa work in remote, rural areas of Northern Malawi – where 40% of the population live on less than £1 a day, 16% are HIV-positive, and one in three people struggle to feed themselves each day. Their mission is to develop self-sufficient communities by Temwa Kidssupporting projects in education, health, agriculture and forestry, and microfinance. At the heart of everything they do is their commitment to community-led development: all Temwa’s projects are developed in partnership with the people they support. In this way, they can work together to break the poverty cycle and create lasting, sustainable change for the future.

The charity is looking for a Fundraising & Communications Manager to provide leadership and growth to the fundraising department in the charity. The successful candidate will need to be experienced, confident and honest, with a passion for international development. This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced professional to use their expertise to expand the income for a dynamic and growing international development charity, as well as to grow the profile of an innovative organisation working in Northern Malawi.

Key responsibilities:

  • Managing the fundraising strategy and donor relations: Develop, implement, monitor, evaluate, and be accountable for the charity’s income generation, through the development of the fundraising strategy.
  • Providing leadership to and managing the fundraising team: Develop, coach, inspire and motivate the whole team to deliver their objectives and develop their own skills and expertise in their roles, providing ongoing guidance and support for the team.
  • Managing expansion of corporate sponsorship: Develop and implement a strategy for increasing corporate fundraising and making sure the strategy is followed, to ensure increased income in this area.
  • Growing income streams: Develop, manage and lead all fundraising areas in the UK office, ensuring that they reach their targets. Develop, manage and evaluate comprehensive budgets which provide performance information for the Senior Management team and Trustees.

Candidates will have:

  • Experience of working in a senior fundraising role
  • Certificate or diploma from IoF
  • Experience of working within small and large NGOs or charities
  • Ability to write compelling bids/business cases and reports
  • An understanding of trust fundraising
  • Experience of marketing and communications

Fundraising Communications Manager JD – 2017 (2)
Application by emailing your CV and supporting statement to Jackie Dawkins, Shine Charity Recruitment (Jackie@shinecharityrecruitment.co.uk)

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Title Business and Community Fundraiser (P/T)
Categories Fundraising Jobs
Salary to £24,000 pro rata
Location Exeter
Job Information

(21 to 30 hours)

Devon In Sight provides practical help and advice to people across Devon affected by sight loss. This is an exciting time of growth and service development in the Charity. We have recently launched a new Community Support Service which enables us to extend the provision of a broad range of support across much of the County. Whilst some funding has been secured to deliver this extended service (including from the BIG Lottery Fund), it is important that the Charity now broadens its fundraising activities to ensure financial sustainability for this project and for the Charity has a whole.

Devon in Sight team

We are seeking an experienced Fundraiser who can develop and implement successful community and business fundraising methods to ensure the financial sustainability of the Community Support Service and the charity as a whole. This will involve raising the charity’s public profile so that potential donors feel engaged with, and supportive of the cause. You will also have the opportunity to support the charity’s marketing activities and to drive its presence on social media.

The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate a successful track record of both business and community fundraising and will be able to contribute to the on-going success of the Charity. Experience of identifying, developing and nurturing key relationships with individuals, groups and businesses, and recruiting volunteers to support fundraising activities will be essential, as will the ability to work with the senior team to develop and deliver a fundraising plan that will meet targets.

The charity is looking for someone who works well both in a team and independently, who is highly self-motivated and confident in their own abilities. You will be very organised, able to manage a number of projects and meet deadlines. Exceptional communication skills are naturally an essential requirement, as is IT expertise across the Microsoft packages.  You will be travelling across Devon and therefore you must have a driving licence and your own transport.

The role is being offered as between 21 and 30 hours a week to appeal to people with significant experience but who would like a more flexible working week.

Information Pack Business and Community Fundraiser

Recruitment Process

  • Application by emailing your CV and covering letter to Jackie Dawkins, Shine Charity Recruitment   01884/841751 (jackie@shinecharityrecruitment.co.uk)
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Title Trusts & Grants Fundraising Officer (Part-time)
Categories Charity Jobs, Fundraising Jobs
Salary c £25,000
Location Langport, Somerset
Job Information

bibic-exterior-1-resizedWe are delighted to be working with bibic, a small charity with a BIG job to do. 7% of children living in the UK having a disability and only 1 in 13 receive regular support from their local authority.  bibic plays an important part in supporting children with neurological and genetic conditions that cause developmental difficulties and affect their social, physical, communication and learning abilities. These conditions include cerebral palsy, Down’s syndrome, autism, ADHD, dyslexia and more, as well as children with no diagnosis. bibc therapists are able to provide these children and their families with therapies and strategies  that help them to overcome the difficulties they face.

This new role will focus on researching smaller grants and trusts that may be available and relevant to their work and preparing and submitting impactful and successful applications. You will be able to demonstrate previous success in this area of fundraising and ideally will have worked for an organisation serving the needs of vulnerable children or adults. You will be comfortable working to fundraising targets as set down in the budget and able to submit timely and appropriate written reports to funders.

We are looking for someone who has the drive, motivation and determination to succeed, who is able to prioritise and organise their own workload effectively. You will need to be able to drive and have access to a car. This role will be based at the Charity’s offices with the possibility of some working from home.

Terms and conditions:

  • Salary: £25,000 to £26,000 fulltime salary pro rata per annum
  • Holiday: 23 days holiday pro rata per annum including the mandatory shutdown over the Christmas period of 3 days, plus public holidays.
  • Hours: 22.5 hours per week
  • Contract: 12 months fixed term
  • Probationary period: 6 months
  • Initially a fixed term contract with the possibility for an extension to the contract depending upon the applicant’s performance and the Charity’s budget.

 

Please apply by submitting your CV and covering letter to Jackie Dawkins,

Shine Charity Recruitment (jackie@shinecharityrecruitment.co.uk) by 31st May

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Title Part-time Finance Manager
Categories Charity Jobs
Salary £26,000 pro rata
Location Exeter, Devon
Job Information

3 days a week

Stop Abuse For Everyone (SAFE) is a small charity that has provided specialist services for adult and child victims of domestic violence and abuse in Devon for 40 years.  SAFE is dedicated to ending domestic violence for everyone by providing important services for victims to be safe, recover from harm and regain control over their lives, choices and wellbeing; as well as raising awareness and working to prevent domestic violence for future generations.

We are delighted to be working with the charity to help them to appoint a new Finance Manager.  Reporting to the Chief Executive, you will be responsible for the development of an effective financial management strategy.

You key responsibilities will include:

  • The day to day accounting and financial management of the charity
  • Budgeting and reporting financial performance to the Board and Management Team
  • Providing governance support
  • Managing the Office & HR Administrator, Finance Assistant Volunteer and/or interns

Our ideal candidate will have:-

  • An AAT qualification and at least two years experience of finance management
  • Knowledge of SORP and charity law
  • Confidence and competence with Sage and MS Office
  • Payroll knowledge and experience
  • Experience of preparing management accounts
  • Experience of liaising with auditors, bankers etc
  • Understanding of Data Protection and Equal Opportunities legislation

If you would like to join this small but dedicated team and are seeking a flexible part-time role, we would love to hear from you.  Alternatively, if you are seeking a full-time role and have the right skills set, we may consider combining this role with another we are currently recruiting for. Click here for details.

Please apply by sending your CV and supporting statement* to Jackie Dawkins at Shine Charity Recruitment (jackie@shinecharityrecruitment.co.uk)

(*supporting statement – please use this to highlight the experience and skills you have that address the requirements of the role and the person specification)

  • Closing date: 5th June 2017
  • First Interview with Jackie Dawkins
  • Second Interview with SAFE
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Title Part-Time Office & HR Administrator
Categories Charity Jobs
Salary £17,000 – £18,000 Pro Rata
Location Exeter, Devon
Job Information

Two days a week

Stop Abuse For Everyone (SAFE) has provided specialist services for adult and child victims of domestic violence and abuse (DVA) in Devon for 40 years.  SAFE is dedicated to ending domestic violence for everyone by providing services for victims to be safe, recover from harm and regain control over their lives, choices and wellbeing; as well as raising awareness and working to prevent domestic violence for future generations.

As Office and HR Administrator you will be reporting to the Finance Manager and will undertake a range of activities, including:

  • Providing administration support for the Finance Manager and Chief Executive
  • Using a range of office software including email, spreadsheets and databases to ensure the efficient running of the office
  • Assisting with recruitment procedures and induction for new employees
  • To work with the Chief Executive to ensure that all HR policies, procedures and template forms are kept up to date
  • Managing organisational memberships and subscriptions to magazines and online resource
  • Supporting the administration of health and safety, as well as fire regulations within the office

The ideal candidate will have:

  • At least 2 years’ Office Management experience
  • Experience of undertaking administrative tasks and of maintaining personal records and systems
  • An understanding of Data Protection and Equal Opportunities
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Excellent organisational skills
  • Excellent IT skills, with knowledge of standard Microsoft packages
  • Discretion and proven ability to handle confidential and sensitive information

If you would like to join this small but dedicated team and are seeking a flexible part-time role, we would love to hear from you.  Alternatively, if you are seeking a full-time role and have the right skills set, we may consider combining this role with another we are currently recruiting for. Click here for details.

Please apply by sending your CV and supporting statement* to Jackie Dawkins at Shine Charity Recruitment (jackie@shinecharityrecruitment.co.uk)

(*supporting statement – please use this to highlight the experience and skills you have that address the requirements of the role and the person specification)

Closing date:  5th June 2017

First Interview with Jackie Dawkins

Second Interview with SAFE

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