An exciting opportunity has arisen for an outstanding Head of Marketing, Recruitment & Communications to take responsibility for the development and implementation of an innovative marketing & communications strategy to expand and diversify our recruitment of potential Volunteers and to encourage young people to sign up to the life-changing opportunities international volunteering can afford.
This is a key post in Project Trust, with responsibility for the overall management of our marketing, recruitment and communications activities both in the UK and overseas. The successful candidate will form part of our Senior Leadership Team, working closely with the CEO and managing an experienced team.
The role is based in the Project Trust office on the Isle of Coll and is expected to undertake mainland and some international travel.
Main areas of responsibility include:
Essential skills & experience include:
This is an exciting opportunity to come in and set the Marketing, Recruitment & Communications strategy of an innovative and ambitious charity at an important time in its 50 year history.
About the post: This role oversees and reports on the financial aspects of institutional grants and represents SCIAF with key donors. The postholder will prepare and review the budgets, financial and audit reports of SCIAF’s partners in collaboration with project staff. They will also help build the capacity of our overseas partners in financial issues related to institutional grant and will assist the Head of Central Services in the preparation/review of financial reporting requirements.
Evaluation Support Scotland works with the third sector and funders so that they can measure and report on their impact and use learning to improve practice and inform policy.
We are recruiting for 4 new trustees to join our board.
We are particularly interested in recruiting someone to be our Treasurer.
We’re looking for people who are excited about our vision and our new strategy and are committed to good governance. We welcome applications from people who would bring diversity to our board. Trustees are unpaid.
Our Youth and Emerging Generation Team serves an incredible purpose - to see a younger generation follow Jesus and practice whole life response to global poverty through Tearfund.
We have an exciting opportunity in Scotland to inspire and mobilise those who are aged 11-25, to engage with Tearfund's vision in Scotland and to implement a strategy to grow a movement of young people who live differently to help people who are living in poverty.
Is this your passion?
Do you have experience of:
· Networking, negotiating and building partnerships
· Implementing and developing a strategy and planning events and activities
· Communicating effectively to large groups of young people
· Mobilising young people to take action
Do you have knowledge and understanding of:
· Youth, students, young adults and youth leaders
· National youth/student organisations
Then you could be Tearfund Scotland's new Youth & Young Adult Manager for the next year!
The role is based in Tearfund's office in Glasgow and involves travel across the Scotland, and to London. It is offered as a Part-Time (28 hours per week) Maternity Cover.
All applicants must be committed to Tearfund's Christian beliefs.
The recruitment process will include specific checks related to safeguarding issues.
Located in the Engagement Department (Fundraising, Communications and Education), the Fundraising team plays a key role in developing opportunities for supporter engagement to achieve the growth plans set out in the Engagement Strategy and the wider 2016-2020 strategic plan for SCIAF. This role will work with the Senior Individual Giving Officer to implement and deliver key tasks of the Individual Giving strategy as part of the wider Fundraising Strategy. Using the latest sector trends and up to date fundraising industry standards, it will maximise lifetime value of our donors by increasing the frequency and levels of their giving.
Located in the Engagement Department (Fundraising, Communications and Education), the Fundraising team plays a key role in developing opportunities for supporter engagement to achieve the growth plans set out in the Engagement Strategy and the wider 2016-2020 strategic plan for SCIAF.
With support from the Fundraising Manager, this new role will lead the new Community Engagement team and develop and deliver a new strategy as we focus on working with the Catholic population in Scotland through their communities (primarily parishes and schools) to generate short, medium and long-term income and long-term engagement using a variety of new opportunities for fundraising, volunteering and campaigning.
We are looking for talented individuals to join our Board of Directors. The Board provides the oversight for Jubilee Scotland.
As a trustee, you will be responsible for overseeing the strategic direction and effective running of Jubilee Scotland, ensuring that we meet our charitable objectives and comply with the law.
Jubilee Scotland is committed to recruiting a diverse range of Trustees and we would be delighted to hear from people with skills and experience in finance, human resources or marketing.
Board members do not have to be experts in global debt justice. What is needed is a passionate desire to learn more about debt justice crisis, a desire to see justice done and positive experience that can be brought to the campaign. This could be, but is not limited to: contacts with other networks and organisations; resources such as finance or support in kind; professional skills and experience, etc.
The Board meets in office hours, four or five times a year, in either Edinburgh or Glasgow (consideration would be given to shifting the location of the meeting to suit the membership).