Head of Supporter Growth via TPP Recruitment


Salary: c £40k

Terms: Contract

Location: Milton Keynes

Closing Date: 01 June 2017

TPP Recruitment are seeking a Marketing and Campaigns professional who has proven experience of leading campaigns to develop and increase engagement and sponsorship with members. As the Head of Supporter Growth you will be responsible for organising and developing strategy for acquisition channels in order to increase interest, engagement and sponsorship. Their client is a faith-based charity with strong Christian values and would be looking for a candidate who can support these values and practices.

This is a fantastic opportunity for a candidate with drive and determination to be able to lead brand and marketing team members to ensure that acquisition channels are effective and increase supporter interest and sponsorship targets.Your key responsibilities will be:

* Maximising sponsorship
* Increasing supporter engagement
* Overseeing the development and delivery of brand campaigns
* Supporting and leading brand, marketing and innovation teams
* Managing relationships with internal and external stakeholders including external agencies

Please click here if you are interested in working with a faith-based children’s charity and have demonstrable experience of managing Marketing, Brand and Acquisition by working in a target driven environment.

Digital Content Editor via Hays Specialist Recruitment


Salary: £30,000 per annum

Terms: 12 month fixed contract to cover maternity leave paying £30000, plus multiple benefits

Location: Milton Keynes

Closing Date: 15 June 2016

A national charity is recruiting for a Digital Content Editor for a 12 month fixed contract to cover maternity leave paying £30000.

You will keep the organisations website up to date and edit and approve content. You’ll be proactive creating new content. You will ensure that all content engages with stakeholders through the use of multiple channels whether this is text or video. You will certify that all content is in line with social media, marketing and PR activities. Finally, you will explore new technical opportunities to enhance the organisations digital presence.

You will have excellent digital copy writing or copy editing skills. You will have knowledge of the broad digital landscape and are able to identify new trends or technology. You will be a team player and be able to support junior colleagues. You will have experience of working with multiple stakeholders and a record of creating and editing engaging content

If you’re interested in this role, click here, where you will be directed to Charity Jobs website to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV.

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Cycle Mechanic – Cycle Saviours F/T & P/T with Milton Keynes Christian Foundation


Salary: £16,000 – 17,000 pa pro rata

Terms: Permanent, Full time 37.5 hrs a week (Weekend and evenings on rota)

Permanent, Part-time 15-22.5 hrs a week (weekend and evenings on rota)

Location: Milton Keynes

Closing Date: Mid-day on Friday, 10 June 2016

You will be an enterprising, environmentally committed, cycling enthusiast with high level cycle mechanic skills who is keen to share those skills with young people and others in the community.

Cycle Saviours is a new social enterprise whose mission is to save unwanted bikes, save the environment and help get people on their bikes. In addition to their work recycling, repairing and servicing bikes they have recently been awarded a large contract to maintain bikes for a new Milton Keynes’ public bike rental scheme and are also expanding their community engagement services to encourage more people to get on their bikes.

There are both permanent full and part-time post posts available.  For this post you will need an enhanced DBS check.

The purpose of this post is to work with and train young people on their pre-apprenticeship programme to engage with the Cycle Saviours enterprise to:

  • source, refurbish and sell unwanted bikes and bike spares and repair and service customer bikes
  • develop community activities that promote access to cycling
  • service, repair and relocate rental bikes (involves driving a small van)

You will:

  • Be an enterprising, cycling enthusiast with good cycle maintenance skills
  • Ideally hold a cycle maintenance qualification
  • Have an ability to, and experience of, working with young people
  • A passion for cycling and the environment
  • Have strong administrative skills
  • Qualifications at level 2 or above in English and Maths
  • Strong team work skills and an ability to work constructively with others
  • A commitment to the completion of work and to the achievement of targets
  • Hold a current driving license

If you would like to apply for this position, please click here where you will be directed to Charity Jobs website and can attach your CV and covering letter, it will be sent automatically to Milton Keynes Christian Foundation.

No agencies please.


Head Of Supporter Growth via Harris Hill Charity Recruitment


Salary: £45k per year

Terms: 12 Month Fixed Term Contract

Location: Milton Keynes

Closing Date: 13 June 2017

An international children’s charity is looking for a Head of Supporter Growth to join their team in Milton Keynes.

Key Responsibilities will include:

-Lead implementation and evolution of the organisational strategy to develop a secure portfolio of scalable acquisition channels that maximises long term value.

-Lead the Supporter Growth team to deliver annual ROI and volume sponsorship acquisition targets

-Oversee development and implementation of brand campaigns and communications

-Lead the innovation team in the development and implantation of product and channel implementation

-Make active contribution to Marketing & Communications leadership team to support wider team, PE and organisational activity

In Order to apply you should have the following skills and experience:

-Experience in a marketing (or other relevant) role

-Experience working in fundraising / charity sector

-Comfortable working with data, financial analysis and preparing business cases

-Outstanding networker with strong interpersonal skills

-Strong verbal and written communication skills

If you have these skills then please click here where you will be directed to Charity Jobs website where you can send your up to date CV. Please note that only suitable candidates will be contacted with further information.


Project Coordinator with On the Verge


Salary: £4,324 (Fixed fee), £11.50 per hour

Terms: Fixed term contract: June 2016 to February 2017

Location: Milton Keynes

Closing Date: 4pm Tuesday 31st May 2016

Interview Date: Thursday 8th June 2016


Working closely with the Project Manager the Project Coordinator will:

 Recruit and manage up to 25 volunteers for the following events:

– 2 x ‘iRemember’ oral history recording events (4 volunteers per session)

-6x Schools ‘iRemember’ oral history recording events (2-4 volunteers per session)

-2x Parent and teacher object handling events led by Bucks Museum (2 volunteers

per session)

-6x MKCDC events in schools (2 volunteers per session)

-2 x guided walks/Cycle heritage trails – 10th September (2 volunteers per event)

-20 Artist-led events within the four estates ranging from Big Draw to Heritage Open

weekend events. (2 volunteers per event)

-1x Artist presentation event (3 volunteers required)

-3 x Artwork launch events including MK50 celebratory end events (5-10 volunteers

per event)

  • Coordinate events between the schools and workshop leaders
  • Coordinate and assist with marketing the community events including:

-Updating Facebook and Twitter accounts

-Coordinate distribution of event flyer and posters throughout the estates

-Market individual events as required with PM

The Project Coordinator will be responsible for recruiting and assessing volunteers, designing and leading the delivery of training, induction, health and safety and OTV’s policies and procedures; managing the allocation of volunteers to appropriate areas of work; and providing regular supervision and support to volunteers in their placements.

On the Verge (OTV) is a CIC delivering the ‘Underpasses Project’ with funding from HLF for the MK50 celebration in 2017. The key aim of On The Verge is to improve ‘place identity’, engaging with specific communities around the central area of Milton Keynes.

For the Project Coordinator brief and application criteria please email:

Clare Cleary: cc@ontheverge.org.uk

On The Verge website – http://www.ontheverge.org.uk


Emergency Hormonal Contraception (EHC) and C: Card Coordinator with Brook


Salary: £20,844 – £23,132 per annum / pro rata (subject to review)

Terms: 21 (flexible hours with preferred availability on Fridays)

Location: Milton Keynes

Closing Date: 30 May 2016

The purpose of the role is to insure the efficient and effective coordination of the Emergency Hormonal Contraception (EHC) scheme and the C: Card program, a condom distribution scheme, within Milton Keynes.

EHC Scheme

  • Responsible for accurate monitoring of all aspects of EHC scheme service delivery across pharmacies
  • Organisation and administration of training provision to pharmacists
  • Responsible for ensuring that pharmacists are provided with all resources required to effectively run the scheme
  • Responsible for ensuring the scheme is widely available across Milton Keynes pharmacies, targeting areas of high need and ensuring a good geographical spread.
  • Ensure that accurate information on participating sites is available to the public
  • Ensure the effective liaison between all partner agencies
  • Responsible for operating within payment information and cross charging pathways as directed by Milton Keynes Public Health
  • Provide timely and accurate activity reports to the Service Manager and Commissioners.
  • Responsible for the organisation and administration of EHC operational group meetings
  • Provide one point of contact for pharmacists, providing information in response to queries and effectively signposting pharmacists where necessary
  • Coordinate and take an active role in undertaking patient satisfaction surveys and mystery shopping activities

C: Card Scheme


  • Build and maintain relationships with organisations delivering the condom scheme and support them to deliver a quality service to young people


  • Work with local sexual health services to support development of referral pathways and ways to support the scheme
  • Run Sexual Health Sessions in Schools and Youth Clubs in order to promote and advertise the scheme, registering Young People at the events
  • Run regular drop ins at key partner organisations if needed
  • Undertake outreach work to promote the condom card scheme
  • Manage operational relationships with C: Card site personnel to ensure compliance with the scheme, identify any training needs and issues and to improve monitoring.
  • Support the setup of new sites including on-site training on the Data System, setting working agreements and quality criteria
  • Ensure staff are trained and understand relevant policies, including safeguarding and the requirements for being part of the scheme
  • Produce timely data and reports for the Service Manager and Commissioners
  • Manage the ordering and delivery process for condoms and related materials
  • Responsible for the distribution of condom packs to pick up points
  • Ensure that registration and distribution sites collect data on a regular basis
  • Ensure all members of the scheme are kept up to date of local sexual health providers and referral pathways
  • Support the evaluation of the scheme including supporting young people to mystery shop outlets
  • Record all activity for monitoring and evaluation purposes


  • Brook is committed to equality in employment and service delivery and all those working for Brook are expected to actively promote equality and diversity in all aspects of their work
  • From time to time, due to the needs of the service, undertake other duties that are consistent with your role and banding, including absence cover
  • This job description and person specification may be subject to review from time to time in consultation with the post-holder

Download Application: https://www.brook.org.uk/jobs

Email Application to: marie.harris@brook.org.uk


Education & Training Practitioner with Brook


Salary: £20,844 – £23,132 per annum / pro rata (subject to review)

Terms: 20 hours

Location: Milton Keynes

Closing Date: Not specified

Job Summary

  • To develop and deliver innovative and effective education work with young people.
  • To empower all young people accessing Brook to gain knowledge of personal development and health issues through outreach, education workshops and informal group work.
  • To support young people’s participation within Brook, with a particular emphasis on ‘at risk’ groups.

Major responsibilities

  • To provide young people with information, advice, guidance and support on sexual health, relationships and related issues.
  • To support young people’s involvement and participation in Brook services including the young people’s participation group.
  • To create an empowering, non-judgemental, positive, informal and welcoming atmosphere within Brook Education. To give emphasis to self- determination, assisting young people to make plans and decisions and to accept responsibility.
  • To deliver tailored educational programmes for high-risk groups, universal groups or individuals that will enhance their self-esteem and reduce risk- taking behaviours.
  • To provide a safe and confidential environment that is inclusive of all young people and conducive to learning.
  • To deliver Brook accredited training for young people.
  • To work co-operatively with the Education and Training teams, Brook colleagues and other professionals to identify the needs of young people in relation to sexual health and relationships.
  • To develop links with other agencies involved with young people to ensure that services are accessible to young people.
  • To represent Brook Education at public events, conferences, meetings etc.
  • To monitor and evaluate work as required, keep secure written and statistical records of work undertaken and provide reports as required.
  • To create and collate appropriate measures of progress for the purpose of evaluating the short and long term impacts of all education work.
  • To undertake duties as delegated from time to time, to ensure the smooth running of the projects in consultation with the Advanced Practitioners.
  • To attend all Brook Education and Training supervision and team meetings as required.
  • To work to Brook policies & procedures, including the Protecting Young People Policy. 
  • To maintain up to date knowledge of relevant social policy relating to young people and sexual health issues.

Download Application: https://www.brook.org.uk/jobs

Email Application to: marie.harris@brook.org.uk