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Administrative Assistant - The British Polio Fellowship

Administrative Assistant - The British Polio Fellowship

The Role The British Polio Fellowship are looking for an experienced and knowledgeable Administrator to provide admin support to a small dynamic team. This role has plenty of variety and requires the ability to multi-task and manage several projects at a time. Excellent communication, planning and administration skills are essential. This role is a cross departmental role providing administrative support to assist with the smooth running of the charity. Person Specification https://www.britishpolio.org.uk/jobs How to Apply Send all applications to matthew@britishpolio.org.uk with subject 'BPF Admin Application'. All applications must include a CV and covering letter. No Agencies. Closing Date: 7th June 2021 Location: Watford Hours: 15 Salary: £10-£12 https://www.britishpolio.org.uk/jobs

Trustee - St Barbe Museum + Art Gallery

Trustee - St Barbe Museum + Art Gallery

The Role We are keen to appoint new trustees to develop our team in the following areas: We are seeking a Trustee who is familiar with fundraising in the charity sector, preferably within the local area. We are also seeking a Trustee with a strong finance background. An accounting qualification would be a significant advantage. We would like to appoint a Trustee with knowledge of and good contacts within the local business sector. This might be combined with either of the characteristics above. Person Specification Please call Maria Ragan on 01590 676969 How to Apply Please contact maria.ragan@stbarbe-museum.org.uk Closing Date: Flexible Location: New Forest, Hampshire Hours: 2 hours per month Salary: Voluntary

Training & Registers Officer/Lead - Institution of Environmental Sciences

Training & Registers Officer/Lead - Institution of Environmental Sciences

The Role We are looking for a dynamic and multi-talented professional with experience in the environment sector and/or in developing training to manage and grow our training portfolio and oversee our systems for awarding Chartered Environmentalist, Chartered Scientist, Registered Environmental Practitioner and Registered Environmental Technician. You will be a bright and confident individual, with a passion for training and professional standards, with strong verbal and written communication skills. Relishing a varied workday and the chance to engage with a wide range of environmental topics, you will need to be highly-organised, motivated and able to fit into the collaborative culture of the office. Person Specification https://www.the-ies.org/jobs/training-registers-officerlead How to Apply Please send a CV, cover letter (stating "why us and why you?") and equal opportunities monitoring form to Dan Ward by Noon on Wednesday 26th May 2021. Closing Date: 26th May 2021 Location: London (hybrid with home working or office) Hours: Fulltime Salary: £28-32K dependent on experience https://www.the-ies.org/jobs/training-registers-officerlead

Trustee - Nicaragua Solidarity Campaign

Trustee - Nicaragua Solidarity Campaign

The Role Nicaragua Solidarity Campaign is seeking new Trustees for our Board. We are the leading organisation in the UK supporting peace and progress for the people of Nicaragua. We work with Nicaraguan organisations fighting for social, economic and environmental justice, and promote public understanding in the UK of Nicaragua’s battle against poverty. The focus of our work during the past two years has been on climate justice, agroecology, and food sovereignty, working in solidarity with our main partner, the Nicaraguan Rural Workers Association (ATC) Person Specification We are looking in particular to recruit members with experience or expertise in any of the following areas: Fundraising (especially Trust fundraising, grants), marketing Communications – messaging, public speaking, media and social media Long-term strategic planning Experience in and knowledge of the current priority areas of NSC is highly desirable and some knowledge of Latin America/Nicaragua is essential. We are also particularly keen to hear from young people and women How to Apply Please email a CV and covering letter (of no more than two pages) explaining why you want to be a trustee and how you can contribute to one or more of the NSC's priority areas. Please email to nscag@nicaraguasc.org.uk Closing Date: 24th May 2021 Location: London Hours: Varies - 4 meetings per year plus ad hoc working groups Salary: Unremunerated but expenses paid https://nicaraguasc.org.uk

Premises Manager - YMCA Doncaster

Premises Manager - YMCA Doncaster

The Role We are looking for an organised and effective person to manage the day-to-day safety, maintenance, upkeep and cleaning of YMCA Doncaster’s property and premises. Person Specification https://ymcadoncaster.org.uk/premisesmanager/ How to Apply Please see https://ymcadoncaster.org.uk/premisesmanager/ for full details and our online application. Closing Date: 7th June 2021 Location: Doncaster Hours: Fulltime Salary: £28,000

National Operations Manager - Cycling Projects

National Operations Manager - Cycling Projects

The Role We require an experienced individual with a range of skills and abilities to become the national operations manager for Cycling Projects. This will be a vital role for the charity as it continues to grow, and expand its inclusive cycling offer to people across the country. Person Specification The successful candidate will take responsibility for the delivery and performance of current programmes of work, and implementing more systems and processes to support our operations which will be a critical success factor in our growth. There will be opportunities to work with the charity director, operations staff and the finance team delivering new initiatives in response to the covid pandemic. How to Apply For further information and an application pack please contact: Georgina Armstrong Georgina.armstrong@cycling.org.uk www.cycling.org.uk Closing Date: 28th May 2021 Location: Warrington / North West Hours: 35 hours per week Salary: £27k - £32k https://www.waltoncharity.org.uk/

Grants and Projects Officer - Walton on Thames Charity

Grants and Projects Officer - Walton on Thames Charity

The Role Join Walton Charity in this exciting role, working with our Community Team to help: create engaging social media content and build an active online community support research and produce reports on the changing needs of the local community and provide administrative support for the Grants programme, including helping to simplify processes. As part of the government’s Kickstart scheme, this six-month paid placement is open to young people aged under 24 who are currently receiving Universal Credit. It also includes a supported six-month development programme delivered by Charityworks. Person Specification https://www.waltoncharity.org.uk/vacancies How to Apply To find out more about Kickstart or to apply for the role, visit your local job centre and speak to your Work Coach. Closing Date: 1st June 2021 Location: Surrey Hours: 25 hour per week, 6 month contract Salary: £17,290 pro rata https://www.waltoncharity.org.uk/

Trustee Treasurer - British Youth Council

Trustee Treasurer - British Youth Council

The Role The British Youth Council is the National Youth Council of the UK. A youth-led charity, we empower young people aged 25 and under to influence and inform the decisions that affect their lives. We support young people to get involved in their communities and democracy locally, nationally and internationally, making a difference as volunteers, campaigners, decision-makers and leaders. We are looking for a Treasurer to take the lead on our Board of Trustees to ensure that we are doing great financial governance and securing the future of our charity. This is a fantastic opportunity to help lead and enable the leading youth voice charity of the UK in ensuring its delivers on its commitment to empower young people to find their voice and use it for social and political change. Person Specification www.byc.org.uk/jobs How to Apply Application info all available on the website Closing Date: 3rd June 2021 If you wish to discuss the role, please contact our Chair of Trustees Pip Salvador-Jones by email (details included in the job pack and on our website). All enquiries will be treated in confidence and will not prejudice your application. Location: Remote Hours: 2 days per month Salary: Voluntary

Hub Coordinator (ConnexUS) - Barking & Dagenham Council for Voluntary Service (BDCVS)

Hub Coordinator (ConnexUS) - Barking & Dagenham Council for Voluntary Service (BDCVS)

The Role To provide capacity building and development support to new and existing small voluntary, community, and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations. The Hub Coordinator will be supporting organisations that have an income below £100,000 in Barking and Dagenham. These are organisations that work with and respond to the needs of the most disadvantaged communities hardest hit by Covid-19. This is a partnership role. The Hub Coordinator will be working closely with a collective of social infrastructure organisations in Barking and Dagenham. Priorities are equality-led VCSEs, those tackling poverty and Children and Young People’s organisations. Person Specification Direct experience of organisational and/or community development work. Experience of supporting voluntary, community, enterprise and/or and faith organisations to improve their organisational management and structures. A good track record of developing and embedding successful partnerships, running workshops and/or events. Download the job pack at https://bdgiving.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/BDCVS-Hub-Coordinator-ConnexUS-Job-Pack.zip for the full Person Specification How to Apply See our website for the detailed background and context of the post, and to download the job pack https://www.bdcvs.org.uk/news/partnerships/recruiting-barking-and-dagenham-collaborators Closing Date: 3rd June 2021 If you wish to discuss the role, please contact our Chair of Trustees Pip Salvador-Jones by email (details included in the job pack and on our website). All enquiries will be treated in confidence and will not prejudice your application. Location: Barking & Dagenham, London Hours: 35 (full-time) Salary: £31,972 + 5% pension contribution

Trustee - Midlands Parks Forum

Trustee - Midlands Parks Forum

The Role We require skills in the following areas: Accountancy/Finance Experience of East Midlands local authority green space issues. Parks & Green Space networking, knowledge and collaboration. Fundraising Business skills, e.g., Strategy, Events Management IT/Digital Systems HR/Legal Charity knowledge Person Specification https://midlandsparksforum.co.uk/trustee-recruitment-2021/ How to Apply https://midlandsparksforum.co.uk/trustee-recruitment-2021/ to download expression of interest form Closing Date: 14th June 2021 Location: Majority of meetings are virtual board meetings, with an occasional meeting in the Midlands. Hours: 1-2 p/w Salary: Voluntary

Accounts Trustee - Medic to Medic

Accounts Trustee - Medic to Medic

The Role Medic to Medic are looking to recruit a new trustee to help with their annual accounts. The ideal trustee will have professional experience in accounting and will be able to provide advice to the team regarding, systems and reporting as the organisation continues to grow. We have an annual income of between £60,000 - £75,000. This trustee will work closely alongside the CEO on a regular basis to facilitate expenditure in Malawi. Person Specification No trustee experience is required, but experience in professional accounting is strongly desired. A keen interest in global health and international development is a bonus. How to Apply Please get in touch on info@medictomedic.org.uk if you are interested in finding out more about the role and visit our website to find out more about our organisation: medictomedic.org.uk. Closing Date: 31st May 2021 Location: Remote Hours: 8 Salary: Voluntary medictomedic.org.uk

Senior Youth Worker - Free to be Kids

Senior Youth Worker - Free to be Kids

The Role Free to Be Kids provides therapeutic residentials, overnight adventures, and follow-on youth work support to particularly disadvantaged London young people. We're looking for an energetic, characterful youth worker with amazing rapport with marginalised and vulnerable young people. You'll design and lead weekend youth 'adventure sessions', grow our successful 'Young Leader' programme, and work 1:1 with complex young people. As well as helping lead 7 incredible nature-based residential projects a year. You'll need to have held a driving licence for 2 years, and be able to work one Saturday/Sunday a week as part of your regular hours. If that's you, and you'd like to work for an award winning children's charity in South London, we'd love to hear from you. Visit our website to apply. Person Specification www.freetobekids.org.uk/vacancies How to Apply Download the full details and recruitment pack via our website at: www.freetobekids.org.uk/vacancies Closing Date: 25th May 2021 Location: London Hours: Fulltime five days per week, one of which must be a Saturday or Sunday. Salary: £27,000 - £31,000 dependent upon experience www.freetobekids.org.uk