Recruitment and consultancy

Current vacancies from partners or members of London Funders

Sustainability Officer, Bursaries and Employee Volunteering- City and Guilds Group

Location: London
Salary: £23,728
Closing Date: 24th February
Application Link: here

Working at the forefront of Sustainability and Community investment at City & Guilds Group you will: 
  • Work within community investment programmes running educational bursary programme for individuals in genuine financial need, wanting to further develop their skills.  
  • Run an employee volunteering programme, and be responsible for encouraging colleagues to support local communities through volunteering and fundraising.  
  • This is a front facing role, supporting bursary applicants, charity partners and with employees keen to engage in community initiatives.
     
To find out more about the role, click on the application link or email careers@cityandguilds.com

Fundraising Officer (Corporate)- Youth Music

Location: London 
Salary: Up to £28,000 (depending on experience)
Closing Date: 27th February
Application Link: here

This is an exciting time to join Youth Music as the charity delivers its new and ambitious Business Plan. Following on from the fundraising team’s recent years of success, Youth Music is looking for an experienced and strategic corporate fundraiser to drive considerable growth in fundraised income from corporate partners. The post-holder will create an active pipeline of new business prospects, and successfully manage sustainable partnerships for long-term support. In return you will have the opportunity to work with innovative companies that have music in their DNA.
For further information, please click here for a job description. 
How to apply
Send your CV and supporting statement marking it FRC to jobs@youthmusic.org.uk taking care to clearly outline why the post is of interest to you and how your skills and experience match the job description.  Please also complete a copy of our Equal Opportunities monitoring form.

Data Labs and Learning Manager- 360 Giving 

Location: London
Salary: £37,000-41,000 (depending on experience)
Closing Date: 22nd February 
Application Link: here

This is a new role in a small startup, leading labs and learning work. It includes designing and managing the delivery of data use projects; overseeing the development of open data platforms and tools; launching a new Challenge Fund; collecting and sharing learning about data use; as well as supporting with communications and fundraising.

Core responsibilities:

1. Design and manage the delivery of data use projects: Design and implement a series of regional and thematic pilots in 2017 and 2018. Raise awareness of the 360Giving dataset and identify different target users’ needs. Collect and showcase findings from all data use projects as part of 360Giving’s learning work.

2. Commission and oversee the development of open data platforms and tools: Support access and use of 360Giving data by different stakeholders, ensuring that different user needs are better understood and are being met. Collect and showcase findings from the different platforms and tools and ensure their ongoing maintenance, viability and use.

3. Launch and manage a Challenge Fund: Ensure that the project is well-managed and the deliverables are clear. Plan and participate in project outreach events and workshops, ensuring that 360Giving’s target audiences and key partners are engaged. Lead on all internal and external communications and learning for the project.

4. Support with communications: Lead on all communications for 360Giving’s labs and learning work. Participate in workshops and events aimed at 360Giving’s different target audiences.

5. Fundraising and operations support: Contribute to the development of the overall fundraising strategy, representing the organisation in meetings with existing and potential funders and leading on specific bids. Support with strategic and operational planning.

Click here to download the full job description

How to apply:
Please send your CV and a covering letter of no more than two pages by midnight, Wednesday 22nd February outlining: Why you want to work at 360Giving and why you are suitable for the role, addressing the responsibilities and requirements listed in the job description, to director@threesixtygiving.org

If you are a London Funders member, and would like to advertise a vacancy, please get in touch with Geraldine