NSPCC

NSPCC London, UK
Oct 18, 2018
Full time
The Individual Giving department is responsible for the largest single source of income for the NSPCC. Our donor base of nearly 850k direct donors contributed almost £57m. This new role will head up the acquisition, product management and new product development teams ensuring consistent strategic marketing across all areas - using mass market channels to recruit new supporters to the NSPCC. The strategic marketing element is vital to this role, we need to be more audience led in our approach to find new ways to succeed in the current marketing environment. To succeed in this role you will need to be self-motivated, relish a challenge and be innovative in finding solutions to challenges. This is a critical role in the IG team and will require fundraising and marketing skill and capability alongside strong leadership and influencing skills. Experience of working in the charity sector is desirable. The key aspects of the role are: Lead on the development of an audience led approach for the recruitment of new supporters to the NSPCC using mass market channels, including development of products, propositions and messaging Lead team in the development of commercially robust business cases, the delivery of marketing campaigns across a range of channels (including DRTV, digital, OOH, inserts, door drop, press), ensure that full evaluations are carried out and scaled up where appropriate Lead opportunity to innovate, with strong influencing skills and able to recognise when a campaign isn't working, fail fast and learn from mistakes whilst showing ability to scale up quickly for new ideas that show true potential Lead on the strategic growth of our legacy marketing, tribute funds and in memory income, ensuring that propositions are delivered that can be used across Individual Giving and Fundraising & Engagement. Also lead on setting and delivering corporate KPIs for legacy Ensure robust and compliant product management processes are in place for Weekly Lottery, Raffle, Letters from Santa, Raffle and any new product developed Work with colleagues across the organisation to identify opportunities for cross team working Deputising for the Head of Individual Giving as required.
NSPCC 10 Helena Terrace, Bishop Auckland DL14 6BW, UK
Oct 13, 2018
Full time
Location: Home Based, Hertfordshire Permanent Post Working Hours: 20 hours per week, term time only Please note that only applicants living in the area stated above will be considered for interview. Candidates must also have full access to a car and broadband The pioneering NSPCC Schools service delivers one of the most specialised Safeguarding services in the UK. The role of the schools organiser is to confidently promote our safeguarding service and educational resources to head teachers, deliver important safeguarding presentations and maximise income through fundraising with school children. Using your initiative and working to set targets, you will contact head teachers and use your influencing skills to gain permission to organise safeguarding presentations and fundraising events. Then, taking centre stage, you'll present informative and motivational assemblies directly to children aged between 5 -11years and organise fundraising events using our own specially designed materials. It's a rewarding and varied role but also a demanding one. You will need experience of successfully working to targets, have excellent presentation and organisational skills and plenty of self-motivation. Articulate and numerate, you must also be confident, enthusiastic and flexible, with your own car and willing to travel widely throughout the area. Through your work, you'll deliver the NSPCC's most important messages directly to thousands of children and in turn help to raise much-needed funds and make a big difference to children's lives. Interviews to be held: 5th November in London.
NSPCC 10 Helena Terrace, Bishop Auckland DL14 6BW, UK
Oct 13, 2018
Full time
Home based covering Education Authority areas:Oxfordshire Please note that only applicants living in the areas stated above will be shortlisted. Candidates must also have full access to a car and broadband which are essential for this post. Extensive travel is a requirement in the advertised Local Education Authority. 30 hours per week, term time - Permanent The pioneering NSPCC Schools Service delivers Our Speak out Stay safe programme which is giving a generation of children the knowledge and understanding they need to stay safe from abuse and neglect. The role of the schools organiser is to confidently promote this programme and other educational resources to school leaders, deliver important safeguarding presentations and maximise income through fundraising with school children. Using your initiative and working to set targets, you will contact school leaders and use your influencing skills to gain agreement for you to deliver safeguarding assemblies that also have a focus on fundraising. You will deliver the motivational and engaging assemblies directly to children aged between 5 -11years and organise fundraising events using our own specially designed materials. It's a rewarding and varied role but also a demanding one. You will need experience of successfully working to targets, have excellent presentation and organisational skills and plenty of self-motivation. Articulate and numerate, you must also be confident and enthusiastic, with your own car and willing to travel widely throughout the area. Through your work, you'll deliver the NSPCC's most important messages directly to thousands of children and in turn help to raise much-needed funds and make a big difference to children's lives. Please complete an online application and ensure you complete the supporting statement fully by providing examples/evidence for each criteria in the person specification - please see full job description. Interviews: 31 October 2018
NSPCC 41, Barkston House, Croydon St, Leeds LS11 9RT, UK
Oct 13, 2018
Full time
Apply for this role This is an exciting time to join the NSPCC's fight for every childhood, as we are looking to generate new corporate support in Yorkshire and the North East, as well as to inspire & develop our existing partners in the area. Your experience generating new business by developing and delivering successful, long lasting, mutually beneficial relationships at all levels will give you a good foundation on which to build in this role. Whilst your understanding of the corporate sector, excellent project management, ability to deliver against strategic plans and manage a budget should see you succeed. If you have a proven track record of delivering results against high targets gained in either a fundraising or sales / marketing environment, are commercially aware, committed to maximising income generation and ready for new challenges then we'd like you to apply to join our Regional Corporate Partnerships team.
NSPCC Cambridgeshire, UK
Oct 12, 2018
Full time
Home based covering Education Authority areas: Cambridgeshire Please note that only applicants living in the areas stated above will be shortlisted. Candidates must also have full access to a car and broadband which are essential for this post. Extensive travel is a requirement in the advertised Local Education Authority. 20 hours per week, term time - 12 months Fixed Term Contract The pioneering NSPCC Schools service delivers one of the most specialised Safeguarding services in the UK. The role of the schools organiser is to confidently promote our safeguarding service and educational resources to head teachers, deliver important safeguarding presentations and maximise income through fundraising with school children. Using your initiative and working to set targets, you will contact head teachers and use your influencing skills to gain permission to organise safeguarding presentations and fundraising events. Then, taking centre stage, you'll present informative and motivational assemblies directly to children aged between 5 -11years and organise fundraising events using our own specially designed materials. It's a rewarding and varied role but also a demanding one. You will need experience of successfully working to targets, have excellent presentation and organisational skills and plenty of self-motivation. Articulate and numerate, you must also be confident and enthusiastic, with your own car and willing to travel widely throughout the area. Through your work, you'll deliver the NSPCC's most important messages directly to thousands of children and in turn help to raise much-needed funds and make a big difference to children's lives. Please complete an online application and ensure you complete the supporting statement fully by providing examples/evidence for each criteria in the person specification - please see full job description. Interviews to be held: 01 November 2018 Please apply using the application form, if you have any questions or for an informal discussion please contact Julie Hilton