Head of Supporter Growth with World Vision
Salary: £45,319 – £53,316 pa + good range of benefits
Location: Milton Keynes
Closing Date: 10 July 2016
Champion supporter engagement to help change children’s lives for the better
World Vision is the world’s largest international children’s charity. Every day they bring real hope to millions of children in the world’s hardest places as a sign of God’s unconditional love. At World Vision, their aim is simple – to keep every child free from fear. They were proud to be voted one of the Top 100 ‘Best Not-For-Profit Organisations to Work For’ in 2014 and 2015 and they are absolutely delighted to be ranked in 9th place in the same category for 2016.
An outstanding opportunity has become available within World Vision UK’s Marketing & Communications Group. As Head of Supporter Growth, your primary aim will be to attract new supporters from among their target audience who wish to partner with World Vision and help them make a difference for the children they support. Children who are living in the world’s hardest places. Children who, everyday, are subjected to poverty, famine, war and disaster. Children who desperately need the help of the World Vision ‘family’.
World Vision Christian identity underpins everything they do, so as an active and committed Christian with a heart for the poor and a commitment to their mission, this role will give you the opportunity to integrate your faith and be sensitive to its various expressions across cultures and denominations.
Key responsibilities will include:
• Leading the implementation and evolution of World Vision UK’s supporter growth strategy
• Developing a secure portfolio of scalable acquisition channels to maximise long term value
• Leading the Supporter Growth team to deliver annual ROI aligned to organisation objectives
• Championing volume sponsorship targets across face to face and all marketing channels
• Overseeing development and execution of brand campaigns and marketing communications initiatives
• Promoting effective Supporter Growth leadership to inspire great World Vision leaders for the future.
This is a key position within World Vision UK. It’s also a role where you’ll have the chance to create an active and sustainable contribution to the Marketing & Communications leadership team as well as support the wider team and organisational activity as a whole.
Educated to degree level and with a strong understanding of UK fundraising, including trends, future opportunities as well as standards and codes of conduct, you will also possess solid and high level experience in a marketing-biased and/or fundraising role in the charity sector.
An aptitude for working with data, financial analysis and preparing business cases is essential and your outstanding networking, communication, relationship-building and leadership skills will be tested to the full in this important role. In fact your clear leadership and passion will help influence the quality of evidence through the change their work brings to the lives of the world’s most vulnerable children.
In addition to the salary offered, you can expect a range of benefits including pension, subsidised gym membership, generous holiday entitlement and free parking. There will also be occasional travel internationally once or twice during the year, often to fragile states where World Vision operates.
Are you the right candidate for this position? Do you possess the essential qualities required to perform this amazing role? If so, World Vision welcome your application.
Please click here to apply where you will be directed to Charity Jobs website, in order to complete their short online application form and upload your CV. State in your cover letter why you think you are able to meet the key criteria listed in the Job Description.
Please note that if response for this role is higher than anticipated, World Vision reserve the right to commence interviews and appoint before the published closing date.
World Vision UK is an Equal Opportunities Employer
No agencies please
Development Manager with The British Medical and Ultrasound Society (BMUS)
Salary: £30,000 (pro-rata £24,000)
Terms: Part time (28 hrs – 4 days a week)
Location: Based Central Milton Keynes, with occasional travel throughout the UK
Closing Date: 22 June 2016
Interviews: Will be held in London on Monday 27th June 2016.
Responsible for :
The development and delivery of all BMUS communication and engagement activities, the effective planning and delivery of BMUS scientific educational meetings
The role is hands on, involves some UK travel and involves working as part of a small team
The applicant must be
- able to conduct themselves in a professional manner
- self-motivated with excellent organisational skills,
- proactive and able to work independently,
- ability to complete a wide range of activities
- possess excellent written & communication skills with particular attention to detail.
- experience of on-line communications and use of social media channels
- experience of managing & updating websites, including developing website content and social media channels is essential
- able to work well under pressure ensuring smooth and efficient running of an event
- able to juggle multiple demanding projects
- a team player
- able to use Word / Excel / Powerpoint
- flexible to meet the needs of the organisation
Marketing & Development
To pro-actively innovate & develop the implementation of marketing & PR campaigns for BMUS educational events
To work closely with the BMUS Professional Development Officer in the development of BMUS activities
To work closely with the BMUS Science & Education Committee Chair in the development of BMUS educational activities
To liaise with and support the Chairperson of the Scientific & Education Committee, taking a pro-active role ensuring events are organised as per the defined programme
To develop, organise and manage a series of events at a range of venues throughout the UK, with the support of the Events & Marketing Co-Ordinator, whilst ensuring each event meets its budgeted target
To identify potential venues for the Society’s Study Day programme, to negotiate on the venue hire, catering & AV production for such events
To monitor income against budget and ensure that income is maximised through delivering excellent programmes.
To co-ordinate the design, production and distribution of pre-event publicity in appropriate journals / magazines and via digital / social media to maximise attendance and revenue
To attend all BMUS events to identify opportunities to attract delegates to join BMUS, ensuring membership promotional material is available.
To collate copy and manage the production of the quarterly BMUS Newsletter
To update the BMUS website with BMUS events & other educational material of interest to BMUS members
To manage the accreditation of all BMUS educational events, and develop awareness to encourage applications from other parties for accreditation / CPD awards
Manage the abstract submission process for the Annual Scientific Meeting; developing the ‘Call for Papers’ with the Events & Marketing Co-ordinator; and liaising with all abstract submitters
Manage the production of the scientific programme for the Annual Scientific meeting with the support of the Events & Marketing Co-ordinator
Manage the production of the conference app for the Annual Scientific Meeting
To liaise with the Journal Editor in respect of the publication of the Annual Scientific Meeting abstracts
Organise venues for the Science & Education (S&E) Committee and Professional standards Group (PSG) meetings, attend all meetings, support each committee and take minutes of each meeting
To manage the Events and Marketing Co-ordinator in the planning, co-ordination and delivery of the Scientific Meetings programme.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
To apply for this role Click here where you will be directed to Charity Job website
Head of Supporter Growth via TTP Recruitment
Location: Milton Keynes
Closing Date: 24 June 2016
TTP 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
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 Click here where you will be directed to Charity Jobs website.