Database Analyst with  Brain Tumour Research

Salary: Circa £25,000 depending on experience

Terms: Permanent

Location: Milton Keynes

Closing Date: 6 March 2016

Brain Tumour Research is a fast growing national charity, striving to fund a network of seven dedicated research centres whilst challenging the government and larger cancer charities to invest more in brain tumour research.

Based at new offices in Milton Keynes, they are looking for an energetic, ambitious professional looking to advance their career in data and business analysis within a growing organisation with further opportunity for personal development.

Reporting to the Director of Finance and Operations you will be responsible for: 

• Implementation and management of the CRM System
• Data Analysis and Management Reporting
• Data security, accuracy and recovery control
• Maintaining data standards, procedures and access permissions

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Proficiency in MS Office is essential for this role.

Full job description is available on request.

No agencies please.

Operations Assistant – MK Based Community Charity with MK Community Foundation

Salary: £16,500 pa

Terms: Full Time, Permanent following a six month probationary period

Location: Milton Keynes

Closing Date: 12pm 07 March 2016

Interview date: 11 March 2016

Do you want an opportunity to work for a successful and dynamic organisation that:

• Inspires philanthropy in people and organisations to support their local communities
• Champions the work and changing needs of their voluntary sector
• Provides long term support through their grant-making and property portfolio

The Milton Keynes Community Foundation is a highly successful, local independent charity having had their most successful year, putting more than £1.6M into supporting local charities. They develop local philanthropy and raise money for their growing grant making programme. They support a diverse range of local charities and voluntary and community groups across MK. They are seeking an exceptional person to join their very busy team and make a significant impact on their growing community. The following role has arisen for an individual who has passion for the work of the voluntary and community sector and has exceptional interpersonal skills, charisma, energy and empathy towards community needs.

Hours: 8.30am – 5.00pm Monday – Thursday, 8.30am – 4.30pm Friday

You will be responsible for undertaking key administrative tasks to ensure the smooth running of their organisation, taking responsibility for general office operations. You will also provide administrative support to their grant making, marketing and fund development teams and be the first point of contact for the Community Foundation. You are articulate, have excellent communication skills, highly organised and efficient with excellent writing, administration, data base and IT skills. You will be involved in the administration of a wide range of Community Foundation projects, but will also have opportunities to develop skills in events and communications.

MK Community Foundation are seeking someone who is passionate about their work, enjoys playing an active and supportive team role, and has exceptional interpersonal skills. You are organised and precise, able to coordinate a varied workload, have excellent IT and database skills, and able to use your initiative.

You embrace and enjoy working in an interesting and fast paced environment, respond positively and enthusiastically to new opportunities. They look forward to hearing from you if you have the talents, skills and interest in their work to fulfil this role.

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NOTE: CVs are not accepted, please apply through Charity Jobs website.

No agencies please.

Functional Skills Tutor (Maths) – Training Provider with MK Christian Foundation

Salary: £18,000 – £21,000 p.a pro rata (depending on qualifications and experience)

Terms: Permanent, part-time (15 hours a week)

Location: Milton Keynes

Closing Date: 17 March 2016

A Milton Keynes based Training Provider is seeking a Functional Skills Tutor to deliver teaching in Maths up to and including level 2 to their 16-19 year old trainees on the EFA funded Study Programme. Based in their centre in Wolverton you will generally work with small group of about 4 to 5 trainees but where appropriate on a one to one basis.

All their trainees work in one of their social enterprises (catering, horticulture, childcare, graphic design, hospitality or cycle repair) where they gain vocational skills and qualifications, but also have the opportunity to develop embedded functional skills through the work of the enterprise. All those without a Maths or English GCSE (A-C) receive formal teaching with the aim of enabling them to achieve at least one level above their achievement on entry.

This is a permanent post for 15 hours a week. To be considered for this post they would expect you to have experience in the delivery of Functional Skills training to groups of learners aged 16 to 19 and NEET. You should possess a relevant teaching qualification with PTLLS as a minimum along with a level 3 qualification in literacy or numeracy.

For this post you will need an enhanced DBS check.

Main Duties

  • Teach trainees in Functional Skills (Maths) to qualifications standard
  • Design Functional Skills sessions in conjunction with their Training Manager to awarding body requirements
  • Keep trainee progress reports up to date, tracking progress against sessions delivered
  • Liaise with enterprise staff to ensure class-room based learning is embedded through the work of the enterprise

Key requirements

  • Previous experience in delivering Functional Skills to young people
  • Holder of a teaching qualification
  • Experience working with young people, particularly NEET young people
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to design schemes of work and session plans to awarding body qualification requirements
  • Good IT skills
  • Knowledge and experience of delivering English and ICT training

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No agencies please.

Support Worker with Creative Support


Salary: Up to £15,990pa based on experience

Terms: Either full or part-time

Location: Milton Keynes

Closing Date: 11 March 2016

Creative Support is a national, fast growing not-for-profit organisation providing support to individuals with a wide range of care needs. Their services provide responsive and person centred care which is specific to the needs of the individual. In order to achieve this, they need a workforce that is hardworking and committed to ensuring the best possible quality of life and independence for those they provide this care for.

Creative Support is developing new Supported Living service in Milton Keynes. Your responsibilities will include:

  • Providing personal care, practical and emotional to people with a learning disability
  • Identifying and accessing opportunities for social inclusion with service users
  • Collaborating with service users, families, and involved professionals to provide a consistent and coordinated service that meets the needs of service users
  • Assisting the line manager with the day-to-day running of the service

Experience of working with people with a learning disability is desirable, as is a relevant professional qualification. The position is open to graduates, experienced practitioners, and people looking to start their career in social care. You must be warm and able to work in a person-centred way with people with a learning disability. A clean, valid driving licence and access to a vehicle is desirable.

You will be expected to work flexibly on a rota to meet the needs of the service, including evenings, weekends, and bank holidays.

This position offers the opportunity to work in an environment that challenges and encourages personal and professional development. Creative Support has obtained Investors in People Silver status and you will receive ongoing training regarding the service user group you work with and training regarding changes to the law governing social care.

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The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.