The NSPCC is the UK's leading children's charity. Our mission is to end cruelty to children. We work to prevent abuse and help those affected to recover - through, for example, our campaigns, helplines and direct services for children and families. We're recruiting for a full time Insight Executive to sit within Research & Consumer Insight. This is a maternity leave cover role (up to 12 months) based in our modern head office in Shoreditch. You'll be half of a two-person team providing market research and consumer insight support to colleagues across the NSPCC, mostly within Communications and Fundraising. We help teams innovate, make evidence-based decisions and evaluate campaign effectiveness. Supported by the Insight Manager, you'll be in charge of running our online research community, NSPCC Helpers; our bi-annual Supporter Engagement Survey; and our annual survey tracking professionals' perceptions of the NSPCC. Alongside this, you'll be responsible for planning and carrying out/commissioning one-off primary and secondary research. For example, recent Exec-led projects include testing creative concepts for a pilot NSPCC flagship day and evaluating the impact of this pilot, and helping to develop a pipeline of fundraising product ideas, one of which will launch this Christmas. You'll need a solid grounding in qualitative and quantitative research, including survey design and analysis and research project management. Charity sector experience may be helpful but is not essential. One of the most rewarding parts of the role is working with teams across the NSPCC, so you'll need to be able to manage and develop positive working relationships. You'll be able to interpret and present complex information in a clear and compelling way, and to manage your time effectively, including when presented with conflicting priorities. In return, you can expect a competitive salary, support and early responsibility. If you have any questions about the role, please contact Rachel McCourty, Insight Manager ().
The NSPCC's has an ambitious strategy to make 5 million children safer by 2021 by focusing our work on 5 goals that tackle the most important issues that children and families face today. By pulling all our work together around these priorities, we expect to achieve greater impact for children and to inspire others to join us in our fight for childhood. This is an exciting new position that plays a key role in the NSPCC's influencing work. As a Campaigns Officer you will be delivering a set of campaign communications and activities across the spectrum of communications disciplines namely; media, public affairs, events, supporter communications, social and digital media, internal communications and marketing. We are looking for a Campaigns Officer who is proactive, innovative and has experience of successful delivering of policy influencing campaigns that can: · verbally convey information to a range of audiences in a clear, inspiring and confident way. · establish, develop and maintain relationships and negotiate with a wide variety of people. · demonstrate flexibility, initiative and creativity in order to react and identify to internal and external opportunities and challenges. This is a great opportunity to be part of a project team who design and deliver policy influencing campaigns to help end cruelty to children.
The NSPCC Evidence Team generate and champion high quality evidence that informs policy and practice inside and beyond NSPCC. We champion evidence-based practice by supporting the evaluation of NSPCC services for children and families, supporting the scale up of successful activities, and by leveraging research funding resulting in world class research into what helps keep children safe and helps them get back on track after abuse We are seeking an experienced Senior Evaluation Officer to have a lead role in the development and implementation of the evaluation of Together for Childhood, a place-based initiative which aims to radically improve the way we tackle child abuse and neglect, with a focus on prevention across local systems, engaging communities, families, professionals and services. You will be educated to a higher degree level in a relevant subject area and have significant experience of undertaking service evaluation or social research. Experience of undertaking evaluation or research with children and young people will be an advantage.