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Foundation Coordinator

Sage

winnersh
Today
winnersh
Today
Foundation Coordinator
Advert:
People make Sage great. From our colleagues delivering ground-breaking solutions to the customers who use them: people have helped us grow for more than thirty years, and people are driving our future as a great SaaS company. We’re writing our next chapter. Be part of it!
Experience has taught us that when our customers thrive, we thrive. As a team, we always start with what customers need. Through the good… and more challenging times. Innovating at pace so customers can manage their finances, operations and people. Every one of us shapes our culture at Sage - doing what’s right and succeeding together, united by our commitment to each other. We encourage each other to grow in our roles, in our careers and as individuals.
Follow us on our social media sites below to join in conversations about career tips, open positions and company news! #lifeatsage #sagecareers. If you would like support with your application (or require any adjustments) please contact us atcareers@sage.comfor assistance. All qualified applicants will be thoughtfully considered and never discriminated against based on their race, color, age, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.
Job Description:
Key accountabilities and decision ownership:
• Work with the Sage Foundation manager to contribute to and deliver the operational plan of programmes ensuring that Sage Foundation is visible and active in all key locations and compliments the global strategy and targets for colleague engagement through volunteering and fundraising.
• Coordinate and deliver volunteer and fundraising programmes in all key locations to drive colleague success and increased participation with new and existing charitable partnerships that are aligned to Sage Foundation vision and objectives.
• Work collaboratively with peers from across the region to support local delivery, develop region-wide engagement, focusing on developing new and innovative ways to support charities in our community.
• Identify charities that could be eligible for Investment with specific KPIs, ensure they meet the Sage Foundation criteria and work with regional ambassadors to develop partnerships with these charities.
• Work with the Sage Foundation Product team to ensure eligible charities benefit from the NPO success programme
• Support the promotions and communications campaigns in region to increase awareness of Sage Foundation internally and externally - working to identify where campaigns are required to support local objectives and executing global campaigns to the best effect for the region
• Work with Sage Foundation Manager to plan and deliver high profile/large scale Foundation projects, events and activities across the region.
• Lead on the development, expansion and management of the UKI ambassador programme. Continue to build relationships in all regional offices by visiting regularly and being visible in every region. Contribute to the ongoing development of the global ambassador program.
• Deliver all programmes and activities within the pre-approved operational budget, producing a monthly breakdown of spend and monitor trends through the requests for spend.
• Collaborate on the collection of data and monthly reporting around Sage Foundation activities.
Skills, know-how and experience:
Must be:
• A passionate, community minded individual who is aligned and contributes to the Sage Foundation vision and can inspire Sage colleagues at all levels to get involved and make a difference.
• A great team player and self-starter who can deliver to a high standard in-country activities, be hands-on and lead the growing team of Sage Foundation ambassadors.
• A good understanding of the regional / country charitable sector including grant giving and fundraising cultures and the challenges that come with working across a wide range of partnerships.
• An effective communicator and influencer who can forge partnerships and maintain relationships to individuals of all levels internally and externally and who is sensitive to regional difference.
• Experienced with data handling – from creating reports to providing interpretations of them, able to use Sage systems and tools to report on performance, targets and impact and identify where areas of improvement can be made.
• Able to work to target and focus on removing barriers to achieving the regional and global targets.
Preferred:
• Experience of the Sage global product set is desirable
• An understanding of how to use data to evaluate impact and contribute to a global strategy.
• Experience of managing direct or indirect teams
Key Responsibilities:
Key performance indicators:
• Achieving regional volunteer goal by inspiring, supporting and leading the Sage Foundation ambassador teams and identifying new volunteer partnerships in all office locations.
• Deliver a $2M by 2022 Fundraising program that encourages maximum colleague engagement and drives positive results for the organizations we are supporting with fundraising.
• Deliver a world class Ambassador program that focuses on increasing the local office impact of ambassadors, identifying and spreading best practices, and empowering ambassadors to self-sufficiency.
• Utilise grant partnerships and volunteering programs to enhance the grant making process. Develop a pipeline of strong partners to award future grants aligned to the Sage Foundation Charter (Youth, Women and Heroes).
• Develop innovative programs around reporting and remote colleagues that contribute to the overall success of Sage Foundation.
Function:
Sage Foundation
Country:
United Kingdom
Office Location
Newcastle;Winnersh
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Head of Sales

360 Resourcing Solutions

High Wycombe, HC
3 days ago
High Wycombe, HC
£40k - £40k Per Year
3 days ago
£40k - £40k Per Year

Our clientcurrently has an exciting opportunity for a Head of Sales to join them based in High Wycombe and from home. You will join on a permanent, full-time basis working 35hrs per week (occasional evening and weekend work may be required). In return, you will receive a competitive salary circa £40,000 plus 36 days holiday a year including bank holidays.

The Head of Sales role:

Our clientis committed to increasing food safety for the benefit of people who are reliant on gluten free food for health reasons. Commercial Services supports this commitment through working with food sector businesses to raise awareness of the need for gluten free foods in which consumers can be confident, providing independent certification of gluten free products, accrediting catering functions and training.

The focus on food safety is increasing for the industry and consumers alike. It is attracting new entrants into the market for gluten free food safety services, challenging us to strengthen our sales activity. As Head of Sales, you will define the sales strategy and lead the sales’ team in achieving annual sales targets. You will collaborate with the Head of Commercial Development and the Marketing Manager to develop compelling strategies for increasing market awareness, new sales campaigns, product development and achieving growth targets.

Key responsibilities of the Head of Sales:

- Support the Director of Commercial Services in delivering the charity’s strategic aims and marketing objectives for gluten free licensing, accreditation and training services, and other schemes/services primarily aimed at the food sector
- Own the sales strategy, updating to ensure it remains current and fit for purpose
- Develop marketing and promotional strategies to support focussed sales activities
- Develop and roll out an account management strategy, building strong and sustainable relationships with key commercial partners, income growth and connecting clients into services delivered elsewhere within the charity
- Manage sales activities across the charity’s food safety product range (currently licensing, accreditation and training)
- Undertake face to face and remote sales, leading to customer engagement, acquisition and retention
- Lead sales of advertising and sponsorship opportunities, including prepare and deliver pitches to prospective customers, with follow through to close deals.
- Lead and manage the sales’ team to deliver against plan and budget
- Support the sales’ team to maximise its potential

Knowledge, Skills and Experience required for the Head of Sales:

- Drive for results
- Strong sales background
- Understanding of charity values
- Scientific or technical background is desirable
- Ability to build relationships and rapport and skilled in account management
- Analytical and numerate with necessary skills to produce, monitor and interpret financial information and reports
- A positive, personable and confident communicator
- A confident and motivated team player, experienced in managing people
- Ability to identify new business opportunities and generate additional income
- Ability to manage workload on own initiative within a team environment and to motivate people
- Attentive to detail
- Keen to help with and work on a variety of projects
- Flexible approach
- Graduate

- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Previous sales experience
- Knowledge of the FMCG market and ideally the gluten-free market is desirable

If you would like to be considered as the Head of Sales, please apply now with your CV and cover letter. We’d love to hear from you!

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Senior Digital Marketing Executive

BFBS

Beaconsfield, HC
6 days ago
Beaconsfield, HC
6 days ago

Senior Digital Marketing Executive

BFBS is a modern, vibrant and forward-focused media organisation and charity with a rich heritage of entertaining, informing, connecting and championing the UK armed forces, their families and veterans.

Our backgrounds, skills and experience are diverse. But we all share a commitment to trust, quality, innovation and going the extra mile – as well as a passion for what we do and a genuine commitment to the well-being of the UK armed forces community.   

Our audiences trust what we say and the quality of what we deliver. We take this responsibility seriously so are committed to excellence, and to developing the knowledge and expertise of our people.   

We are looking for a highly creative, positive-thinking and experienced senior digital marketing executive to grow our digital marketing capability and further support our digital transformation across multiple channels.

Reporting to the Director of Marketing & Communications, the successful candidate will sit within a small and friendly marketing and communications team, working to shape and deliver a digital marketing strategy for BFBS. This will also involve collaborating with our digital editors and social media team

With significant expertise in running paid digital advertising and organic marketing campaigns across a range of social media platforms and for different audiences, your strong CRM knowledge means you will also be able to implement and champion a new CRM system and associated marketing tools (Dynamics and Customer Voice) across the organisation

You will have previous experience of working in a multi-faceted digital marketing and communications role within a busy communications and marketing team, ideally for a charity or not-for-profit organisation, and will be a strong team player, but with the ability to work independently and to tight deadlines on occasion.

The role is flexible, ideally with a mix of home-based and office working in time, as well as occasional travel to London and elsewhere in the UK.

You will be required to undergo Security Check level security clearance.

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Service Manager

Coburg Banks Limited

Watford, HC
Today
Watford, HC
£31k - £31k Per Year
Today
£31k - £31k Per Year
We're looking for a talented Service Manager with experience of supporting people with Learning Disabilities to work for our client.
They want to recruit someone with demonstrable experience of managing teams within a social care setting.
If that's you then you could be exactly what they're looking for.
Please note: In this position you'll occasionally be required to work some shifts in unsociable hours. Full details of how this will work will be revealed at interview.
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The Role:
As the Service Manager you'll report to the General Manager and will be primarily responsible for the delivery of a high quality, person focused service to individuals living across a small number of properties.
In the job you'll be tasked with the following:
- The day to day management of a number of supported living properties and the care of the clients within them
- Managing 1 or 2 Team Leaders and a team of Care and Support Workers
- Planning and organising the delivery of Care And Support by the teams
- Managing low level performance and carrying out disciplinaries where necessary
- Ensuring record keeping for services is compliant with CQC standards
- Maintaining excellent relationships with the local authority
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The Candidate:
The ideal candidate for this Service Manager role will have relevant experience of managing teams within a social care setting.
You'll also need experience of working within a multi-site supported living environment and working with people with learning disabilities.
In addition, it's essential that you possess a QCF level 5 or willing to undertake it and a clean DBS.
You'll also need to be good at managing budgets effectively and it literate.
Does that sound like you? If so, we'd love to see your CV.
You must also possess a full driving licence to be considered for this position. Please do not apply if you do not have one.
This position could be right for you if you want to work as any of the following: Registered Manager, Supported Living Manager, House Manager or as a Senior Team Leader.
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The Package:
Basic salary: Up to £31,000 per annum for the ideal candidate
Overtime: You'll also have the opportunity to earn additional overtime in this role
Additional benefits include:
- Pension
- 33 days holiday
- Healthcare
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The Company:
The business you'll be working for is a large charity who provide a supported living service based in Watford. This includes housing, care support and a vast array of day opportunities to people with learning disabilities to ensure they having meaningful lives and opportunities.
They're a great company to work for. People join them for many reasons, such as they:
- Put the service users first
- Are innovative in the support and care they provide
- Have a real supportive, community feel in what they do
- Truly believe in constantly developing and challenging staff
- Have a very settled, stable work force
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Interested? If you think you're right for this Service Manager role, then click the 'Apply Now' button, send us your CV and we'll consider you for the first round of interviews.

Coburg Banks Health and Social Care specialise in recruiting Care Managers, Care Co-ordinators and Senior Carers within Residential care, Domiciliary care, Supported living and Nursing across the UK. We would welcome the opportunity to help you in your career, so please send a copy of your CV into us. If you know of other people who are currently looking for a new career within the Health and Care Sector please refer them to us.
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People & Talent Development Manager

Recruitment Genius Ltd

Hemel Hempstead, HC
6 days ago
Hemel Hempstead, HC
£30k - £50k Per Year
6 days ago
£30k - £50k Per Year
About You:
As the leader of People and Talent Development, you will have a real passion for creating amazing cultures and ensuring people development remains part of their ethos and DNA - this employer likes to grow the leaders of tomorrow. As a member of the Senior Management Team, you will be reporting directly to the Managing Director and playing an integral role in all aspects of "Our People".
They are looking for someone who can communicate effectively and build relationships at all levels of seniority to ensure that their line managers and their teams develop and achieve their full potential and beyond. They are seeking someone with the ability to strategically think and generate new and innovative ideas to facilitate them reaching new heights in people management.
About Them:
They are a brand built around people, and their people are at the heart of their success and everything that they do. They are a growing, vibrant, diverse Investors in People Gold accredited business based in Hemel Hempstead, UK. They are seeking an experienced People & Talent Development Manager to support the continued growth of their four business divisions that range from B2B Steel Wire Rope Assemblies through to B2C aspirational Home & Outdoor lifestyle products.
Key Duties & Responsibilities:
- Manage & lead their commitment to Investors in People - currently Gold Award, seeking Platinum
- Coach and support line managers in all aspects of People Management in line with their purpose, mission, and values
- Oversee and manage all Training and Development, and their Talent Accelerator processes to ensure personal growth and staff retention are industry leading
- Act as the main point of contact for their HR function - coach and advise line managers
- Manage their approach to personal well-being - complete 1:1 wellbeing check in sessions and be an advocate for promoting well-being and good mental health at all levels
- Lead the Recruitment & Talent Acquisition process - including initial interviews, psychometrics and on-boarding
- Ensure that internal talent is identified and championed, encouraging all stakeholders to consider horizontal and vertical progression plans for key talent
- Take ownership of Apprentice programmes to ensure that they become an employee of choice for emerging local talent
- Take the lead in coordinating and facilitating their community work with local schools, hospices and charities
- Proactively develop, manage, and monitor their Reward and Recognition programme
- Monitor and seek to constantly improve staff engagement levels
- Liaise with external organisations and partners to ensure that their policies and methods remain progressive and transformational
- Contribute to strategic and operational plans by ensuring their People and Culture delivers against company objectives
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Qualified Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner (PWP)

National Health Service

Harrow, London
Today
Harrow, London
Today

Qualified Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner (PWP)

Mind In Harrow

The closing date is 07 March 2021

Job overview

Mind in Harrow (MIH) is recruiting a Qualified Psychological Well Being Practitioner (PWP) to join our Harrow Improved Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) Service, which we deliver in partnership with CNWL NHS Foundation Trust.

Please note you will need to be a Qualified PWP to apply for this post, which means you are currently or have recently been working as a PWP for an IAPT service.

We are seeking an enthusiastic, experienced self-motivated individual who can competently work within a clinical team, to assess and provide step 2 interventions such as guided self help to people affected by mild to moderate mental health issues in Harrow. This role will be managed and supported by Mind in Harrow and you will receive regular clinical supervision organised through CNWL clinical lead.

Main duties of the job

Main duties:

Assess and support people with a common mental health problem in the self-management of their recovery.

Provide high-volume low-intensity psychological treatments. This may include guided self-help, computerised CBT, information about pharmacological treatments. This work may be face to face, group based, and telephone or via other media.

Complete all requirements relating to data collection within the service.

Keep coherent records of all clinical activity in line with service protocols and use these records and clinical outcome data in clinical decision making.

Work closely with other members of the team ensuring appropriate step-up and step-down arrangements are in place to maintain a stepped care approach and to facilitate the link between health and employment support

Operate at all times from an inclusive values base, which promotes recovery and recognises and respects diversity.

Training and supervision

Outreach in the community

About us

Mind in Harrow is a dynamic and creative independent local mental health charity, with an excellent reputation, driven by a strong user empowerment ethos. We currently employ a team of 30 staff and over 100 volunteers supporting 2,500 users per annum. We have achieved the top level 3 award for the Mind Quality Mark, our national quality assurance audit.

Mind in Harrow wants to make a long-term lasting difference through hope. Our values:

Holistic: We see the whole person, not just their symptoms.

Outreach: We innovate at the grassroots of our diverse local community.

People: We create change together with people, not for them.

Expertise: We are a local charity with national mental health expertise.

The current management style is collaborative and consultative, with a strong emphasis on high quality service delivery and reflective practice, supported by regular supervision for all staff. We offer all staff flexible working, an individual training budget and occupational pension scheme.

Job description

Job responsibilities

A qualified PWP who has experience of working in an Improved Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) service, will provide the Step 2 element of the Harrow Talking Therapies Service. The Step 2 provision is subcontracted by CNWL Foundation NHS Trust, and is delivered in partnership with CNWL and Twining enterprise. The post-holder will provide assessments and evidenced based low intensity interventions to clients with anxiety and depression referred to the Harrow Talking Therapies Service.

Person Specification

Qualifications

Essential

  • PWP Qualification -Graduate Certificate in Psychological Therapies

Experience

Essential

  • Experience of working as a PWP in an IAPT service
  • Demonstrates high standards in written communication
  • Able to write clear reports and letters.
  • Worked in a service where agreed targets in place demonstrating clinical outcomes
  • Ability to manage own caseload and time
  • IAPTus or similar electronic data system

Skills & Competencies

Essential

  • Ability to evaluate and put in place the effect of training
  • Computer literate
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including telephone skills
  • Able to develop good therapeutic relationships with clients
  • Group Work Skills
  • Assessment/Triage skills

Knowledge

Essential

  • Demonstrates an understanding of anxiety and depression and how it may present in Primary Care

Desirable

  • Demonstrates a knowledge of the issues surrounding work and the impact it can have on mental health
  • Knowledge of medication used in anxiety and depression and other common mental health problems
  • Demonstrates an understanding for the need to use evidence based psychological therapies and how it relates to this post

Other requirements

Essential

  • Out of hours working
  • Ability and willingness to travel to offsite locations
  • Ability to work within a team and foster good working relationships
  • Ability to use clinical supervision and personal development positively and effectively
  • Ability to work under pressure
  • Regard for others and respect for individual rights of autonomy and confidentiality

Desirable

  • Direct experience of using services
  • Fluent in languages other than English

Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

Employer details

Employer name

Mind In Harrow

Address

Station Road

Harrow

Middlesex

HA1 2SL


Employer's website

https://www.mindinharrow.org.uk/

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IT Support Engineer Apprentice / Helpdesk Operative

QA LIMITED

Studley Green, HC
3 days ago
Studley Green, HC
£14k - £14k Per Year
3 days ago
£14k - £14k Per Year

Employer description: 

Are you seeking a rewarding career with an established and growing company that offers employee benefits and career training and development?

Become a part of a thriving established IT support specialist company!

JSL Services Group are a small established IT organisation with a strong emphasis on providing customer satisfaction whilst providing a challenging, relaxed and varied environment.

We specialise in providing bespoke solutions to the education and small business sectors. 

Overview: 

We are currently recruiting an apprentice field service engineer / helpdesk operative to join our rapidly expanding team. There is great potential for the right candidate to progress quickly with regular training and incentives to expand your skill set. 

Provide 1st line support on-site, remotely, via email and telephone. 

You need to be pro-active, able to use your own initiative, work under pressure and to deadlines with attention to detail. 

Main role / responsibilities: 

The job will consist of the following: 

  • Provide first line telephone support
  • Perform hardware and software maintenance at our office in Studley Green, High Wycombe
  • Conduct scheduled support visits to our small business, charity and education customers
  • Conduct emergency support visits to our small business, charity and education customers
  • Complete scheduled on-site system installations
  • Assess and enhance our service offering, procedures and practices and affect a positive improvement in everything we do 

Desirable skills: 

  • Own transport
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Good telephone manner

Personal qualities: 

  • Ability to work under pressure and work to deadlines
  • Can do attitude
  • Ability to work as a team and with your own initiative
  • Accuracy and attention to detail
  • Ability to adopt flexible working practices
  • High standard of office practice 

Desired qualifications: 

  • 5 GCSE's or equivalent
  • A-Level in Computing or equivalent or Level 3 IT apprenticeship 

Future prospects: 

  • Ongoing Training and career development
  • Remuneration of travel costs
  • Laptop and Mobile phone provided to each engineer

Important Information:

QA’s apprenticeships are funded by the Education & Skills Funding Agency (ESFA), an executive agency of the Department for Education.

To be eligible for a Government funded apprenticeship you must have lived in the UK or European Economic Area (EEA) for the last 3 consecutive years.

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Enterprise Manager - Partnerships & Funding - Manager - Fixed Term 12 months

Canal & River Trust

London, London
20 days ago
London, London
20 days ago

Fixed term - 12 months

 

We currently have 1 vacancies within our London & South East Operations Team for an Enterprise Manager on a fixed term/secondment basis for  12 months.

 

We are the charity who look after and bring to life 2,000 miles of waterways across England and Wales, because we believe that life is better by water. Every role across the Trust plays its part in transforming our canals and rivers into spaces where local people want to spend time and feel better, bringing wellbeing benefits to millions.


The role of Enterprise Manager is to generate resources to support the Trust’s objective of being a waterway and wellbeing charity. Responsible for identifying sources of funding and support for the development and delivery of the London & South East Region’s priority projects and initiatives.


You will work creatively with colleagues to shape the Region’s activities into fundable projects and deliver sustainable funding sources to meet these objectives. Generating resources for a range of activities, such as improving waterway infrastructure, visitor destinations, learning, participation and engagement opportunities that deliver health and wellbeing outcomes for communities, visitors and customers.

 

Click here to find out what is going on in our London & South East region

 


About the role

 

The Enterprise Manager role is based in our London & South East Region. The role reports to the Partnership and External Relationships Manager.

 

Role & Responsibilities

  • To support activity and work in the region by securing funding for a range of strategic priorities.
  • To represent and promote the work of the Trust to key external stakeholders, Government departments, regional agencies, lottery distributors, key statutory funders, trusts and foundations, charitable trusts and other regional and sub-regional partnerships.
  • To develop and manage relationships with statutory, charitable and key partners.
  • Lead or contribute to partnerships that generate resources that further to the region’s delivery of waterway maintenance and health and wellbeing outcomes.
  • Manage the financial aspects of projects and the funding risks of externally funded projects.
  • To be responsible for output, outcome and impact monitoring and reporting.
  • To keep abreast of the funding environment to enable rapid reaction to emerging opportunities
  • Display the Trust values and behaviours at all times.
  • Ensure that diversity and inclusion are integrated into all aspects of Trust life and promote inclusion by challenging behaviour, practices, actions, or decisions that are counter to the objectives of the Trust’s policies and values.

Knowledge, Experience & Skills:

 

This role is based with our London & South East Regional team, and we are looking for someone with particular experience and developed networks across this region.  Our successful Enterprise Manager may previously have worked in roles such as Partnerships Manager,  Fundraising Manager, Partnerships & Fundraising, Funding bid writing, & Strategic Partnerships roles, and will have good knowledge and confidence in identifying and successfully bidding for project funding via government department, regional agencies, statutory funders and charitable trusts.

  • A proven track record of developing and writing successful funding bids.
  • Budget and project management experience with the ability to manage financial risk.
  • Knowledge of funding environments
  • Experience of strategic relationship and partnership development and management.
  • Innovation and creativity, to develop projects from concept to delivery and to match trust priorities with funding.
  • Ability to influence, persuade and negotiation skills.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills – strong presenter.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and a team player.
  • Ability to work well under pressure and to tight deadlines.
  • Valid UK Driving Licence - Car Cash Allowance is offered with this role
  • Our teams are currently working from home due to ongoing covid-19 restrictions and we expect this to continue for some time.  It is therefore essential that candidates are able to work effectively from home.

Closes:           21 February 2021 23:59

Interviews:     late February/early March 2021 - interviews will be conducted virtually 

 

If you have any questions about this role please do not hesitate to contact CRT.Recruitment@canalrivertrust.org.uk

 

Click to find out more about working for us


 At the Trust we care passionately for our waterways, and as importantly, for those who look after and use them. We strongly believe that a diverse workforce brings with it a diversity of ideas, thinking and ways of working which enhances what we do as a Trust.

 

Your total salary of £41,000 - £43,000 includes car cash allowance & London Allowance.  Additionally we offer colleagues a generous pension scheme and further benefits.  You can find out more here.

 

We aim to represent the diverse communities we are part of and welcome applicants from across all sectors of the community. We strongly believe that a diverse workforce brings with it a diversity of ideas, thinking and ways of working which enhances what we do. All candidates will be treated on the basis of their merits, skills and abilities and solely by being assessed against the requirements for the job. Many of our vacancies can be considered for people who wish to work flexibly, job share or part time.

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Head of Sales

360 Resourcing Solutions

High Wycombe, HC
3 days ago
High Wycombe, HC
£40k - £40k Per Year
3 days ago
£40k - £40k Per Year

Our clientcurrently has an exciting opportunity for a Head of Sales to join them based in High Wycombe and from home. You will join on a permanent, full-time basis working 35hrs per week (occasional evening and weekend work may be required). In return, you will receive a competitive salary circa £40,000 plus 36 days holiday a year including bank holidays.

The Head of Sales role:

Our clientis committed to increasing food safety for the benefit of people who are reliant on gluten free food for health reasons. Commercial Services supports this commitment through working with food sector businesses to raise awareness of the need for gluten free foods in which consumers can be confident, providing independent certification of gluten free products, accrediting catering functions and training.

The focus on food safety is increasing for the industry and consumers alike. It is attracting new entrants into the market for gluten free food safety services, challenging us to strengthen our sales activity. As Head of Sales, you will define the sales strategy and lead the sales’ team in achieving annual sales targets. You will collaborate with the Head of Commercial Development and the Marketing Manager to develop compelling strategies for increasing market awareness, new sales campaigns, product development and achieving growth targets.

Key responsibilities of the Head of Sales:

- Support the Director of Commercial Services in delivering the charity’s strategic aims and marketing objectives for gluten free licensing, accreditation and training services, and other schemes/services primarily aimed at the food sector
- Own the sales strategy, updating to ensure it remains current and fit for purpose
- Develop marketing and promotional strategies to support focussed sales activities
- Develop and roll out an account management strategy, building strong and sustainable relationships with key commercial partners, income growth and connecting clients into services delivered elsewhere within the charity
- Manage sales activities across the charity’s food safety product range (currently licensing, accreditation and training)
- Undertake face to face and remote sales, leading to customer engagement, acquisition and retention
- Lead sales of advertising and sponsorship opportunities, including prepare and deliver pitches to prospective customers, with follow through to close deals.
- Lead and manage the sales’ team to deliver against plan and budget
- Support the sales’ team to maximise its potential

Knowledge, Skills and Experience required for the Head of Sales:

- Drive for results
- Strong sales background
- Understanding of charity values
- Scientific or technical background is desirable
- Ability to build relationships and rapport and skilled in account management
- Analytical and numerate with necessary skills to produce, monitor and interpret financial information and reports
- A positive, personable and confident communicator
- A confident and motivated team player, experienced in managing people
- Ability to identify new business opportunities and generate additional income
- Ability to manage workload on own initiative within a team environment and to motivate people
- Attentive to detail
- Keen to help with and work on a variety of projects
- Flexible approach
- Graduate

- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Previous sales experience
- Knowledge of the FMCG market and ideally the gluten-free market is desirable

If you would like to be considered as the Head of Sales, please apply now with your CV and cover letter. We’d love to hear from you!

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Senior Digital Marketing Executive

BFBS

Beaconsfield, HC
6 days ago
Beaconsfield, HC
6 days ago

Senior Digital Marketing Executive

BFBS is a modern, vibrant and forward-focused media organisation and charity with a rich heritage of entertaining, informing, connecting and championing the UK armed forces, their families and veterans.

Our backgrounds, skills and experience are diverse. But we all share a commitment to trust, quality, innovation and going the extra mile – as well as a passion for what we do and a genuine commitment to the well-being of the UK armed forces community.   

Our audiences trust what we say and the quality of what we deliver. We take this responsibility seriously so are committed to excellence, and to developing the knowledge and expertise of our people.   

We are looking for a highly creative, positive-thinking and experienced senior digital marketing executive to grow our digital marketing capability and further support our digital transformation across multiple channels.

Reporting to the Director of Marketing & Communications, the successful candidate will sit within a small and friendly marketing and communications team, working to shape and deliver a digital marketing strategy for BFBS. This will also involve collaborating with our digital editors and social media team

With significant expertise in running paid digital advertising and organic marketing campaigns across a range of social media platforms and for different audiences, your strong CRM knowledge means you will also be able to implement and champion a new CRM system and associated marketing tools (Dynamics and Customer Voice) across the organisation

You will have previous experience of working in a multi-faceted digital marketing and communications role within a busy communications and marketing team, ideally for a charity or not-for-profit organisation, and will be a strong team player, but with the ability to work independently and to tight deadlines on occasion.

The role is flexible, ideally with a mix of home-based and office working in time, as well as occasional travel to London and elsewhere in the UK.

You will be required to undergo Security Check level security clearance.

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Foundation Coordinator


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Job Description:


Key accountabilities and decision ownership:


• Work with the Sage Foundation manager to contribute to and deliver the operational plan of programmes ensuring that Sage Foundation is visible and active in all key locations and compliments the global strategy and targets for colleague engagement through volunteering and fundraising.

• Coordinate and deliver volunteer and fundraising programmes in all key locations to drive colleague success and increased participation with new and existing charitable partnerships that are aligned to Sage Foundation vision and objectives.

• Work collaboratively with peers from across the region to support local delivery, develop region-wide engagement, focusing on developing new and innovative ways to support charities in our community.

• Identify charities that could be eligible for Investment with specific KPIs, ensure they meet the Sage Foundation criteria and work with regional ambassadors to develop partnerships with these charities.

• Work with the Sage Foundation Product team to ensure eligible charities benefit from the NPO success programme

• Support the promotions and communications campaigns in region to increase awareness of Sage Foundation internally and externally - working to identify where campaigns are required to support local objectives and executing global campaigns to the best effect for the region

• Work with Sage Foundation Manager to plan and deliver high profile/large scale Foundation projects, events and activities across the region.

• Lead on the development, expansion and management of the UKI ambassador programme. Continue to build relationships in all regional offices by visiting regularly and being visible in every region. Contribute to the ongoing development of the global ambassador program.

• Deliver all programmes and activities within the pre-approved operational budget, producing a monthly breakdown of spend and monitor trends through the requests for spend.

• Collaborate on the collection of data and monthly reporting around Sage Foundation activities.


Skills, know-how and experience:

Must be:

• A passionate, community minded individual who is aligned and contributes to the Sage Foundation vision and can inspire Sage colleagues at all levels to get involved and make a difference.

• A great team player and self-starter who can deliver to a high standard in-country activities, be hands-on and lead the growing team of Sage Foundation ambassadors.

• A good understanding of the regional / country charitable sector including grant giving and fundraising cultures and the challenges that come with working across a wide range of partnerships.

• An effective communicator and influencer who can forge partnerships and maintain relationships to individuals of all levels internally and externally and who is sensitive to regional difference.

• Experienced with data handling – from creating reports to providing interpretations of them, able to use Sage systems and tools to report on performance, targets and impact and identify where areas of improvement can be made.

• Able to work to target and focus on removing barriers to achieving the regional and global targets.


Preferred:

• Experience of the Sage global product set is desirable

• An understanding of how to use data to evaluate impact and contribute to a global strategy.

• Experience of managing direct or indirect teams


Key Responsibilities:


Key performance indicators:


• Achieving regional volunteer goal by inspiring, supporting and leading the Sage Foundation ambassador teams and identifying new volunteer partnerships in all office locations.

• Deliver a $2M by 2022 Fundraising program that encourages maximum colleague engagement and drives positive results for the organizations we are supporting with fundraising.

• Deliver a world class Ambassador program that focuses on increasing the local office impact of ambassadors, identifying and spreading best practices, and empowering ambassadors to self-sufficiency.

• Utilise grant partnerships and volunteering programs to enhance the grant making process. Develop a pipeline of strong partners to award future grants aligned to the Sage Foundation Charter (Youth, Women and Heroes).

• Develop innovative programs around reporting and remote colleagues that contribute to the overall success of Sage Foundation.


Function:


Sage Foundation


Country:


United Kingdom


Office Location


Newcastle;Winnersh





Source: Sage