Regular Giving MANAGER
NHS Charities Together
Location: Flexible working, you will be required to work from the Warwick office regularly
Salary: £35,000 – £45,000
This is an exciting opportunity to join the Supporter Engagement team to implement a new regular giving programme. You will work across a mix of donor acquisition channels and retention strategies to ensure long-term sustainable income and maximise donor lifetime value.
We are seeking an exceptional Regular Giving Manager who has experience in delivering a successful Regular Giving programme. You will play an essential role in our plans to grow NHS Charities Together by helping to deliver our five-year fundraising strategy. You will have a track record of delivering regular giving fundraising activity within a not-for-profit organisation. The role will require strong analytical and strategic planning skills, confident communication skills, and an in-depth knowledge of the fundraising market and regulation.
To find out more and apply, please visit: Regular Giving Manager, Supporter Engagement Team – NHS Charities Together
The closing date for applications will be 9am Tuesday 30th November.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for the right individual to become the Trusts first Arts in Health Co-ordinator. Working alongside the BCHC Charity Team you would support the delivery of a far-reaching, accessible and participatory Arts and Cultural Programme for staff, patients and carers of Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust.
Are you passionate about the arts and able to motivate others? Join us in our aim of increasing engagement, reducing stress and social isolating and boosting morale and general wellbeing.
The post holder would be responsible for scoping, developing and delivering a Trust-wide Arts Programme in collaboration with relevant internal Teams for the benefit of staff, patients and carers. The individual needs to be able to manage a complex project including identifying and supervising freelancers and volunteers, whilst keeping the programme high quality, fresh, innovative and inclusive whilst ensuring equality and diversity in the offering. You must be able to demonstrate excellent communication skills including reporting on outcome measures associated with current and future funding and provide input into further applications.
If you have any questions please contact:
Sarah Binks, Charity Manager
Information about Birmingham Community Healthcare Charity can be accessed via the website www.bhamcommunity.nhs.uk/about-us/our-charity/
Information about Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust can also be accessed via the website at www.bhamcommunity.nhs.uk and applications can be completed on line at www.jobs.nhs.uk or, for an application pack, please contact the Centralised Recruitment Team, Priestly Wharf Birmingham 0121 466 6262.
- Develop the Trusts Art Programme in conjunction with the Charity Team, identifying appropriate new activities and reviewing the effectiveness of existing projects where better use of resources could be made.
- Be responsible for researching, recruiting freelance artists ensuring a varied programme, including students and volunteers and ensuring relevant training is completed.
- Promote and encourage the use of the arts in the healthcare environment across Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust to make a positive contribution to the wellbeing of our patients and services users, their families and our staff.
- Support the Charity Team to write detailed reports, plans, strategies, communications materials and funding bids on behalf of BCHC Charity.
- Establish and facilitate an Arts in Health Steering Group with membership drawn from across the organisation to strengthen and support the direct development and delivery of arts and health activity in an efficient and effective manner.
- Engage with a full range of services across the organisation to identify areas to implement arts activity within a range of different environments.
- Support the design, development and operational delivery of Arts Programmes across the organisation, from small scale one-off projects to larger Trust-wide projects.
- Facilitate collaborative working internally across the organisation and externally within our communities to introduce the latest thinking and innovation in relation to Arts in Health across the organisation.
- Develop strong and productive working relationships with arts providers across Birmingham and the wider communities to maximise opportunities for partnership working, learning and collaboration for mutual benefit.
- Engage with Arts Council England and other key stakeholders to identify partnership working and further funding opportunities.
- Work closely with the Charity Team to identify funding opportunities, open dialogue with potential funders and manage successful projects and outcomes.
- Identify and support the delivery of work programmes which may include the agreement of objectives, resources, risk management, monitoring, milestones, evaluation and measures of success. This will include analysing data and outcomes and resolving any issues that could prevent targets from being met.
- Achieve targets set, reporting any concerns or queries to line management in a timely manner.
- Work with the Patient Experience Team to co-ordinate any arts volunteering functions to deliver a safe and robust provision in a professional manner in line with service plans.
- Identify training and development opportunities to further develop knowledge, expertise and skills of colleagues across the organisation to drive forward the Arts in Health and Wellbeing agenda.
- Planning and organisation of a number of complex activities or programmes related to the Arts in Health agenda, using own initiative to delegate, request support and amend plans accordingly.
- Work alongside the Charity Team to manage an internal awareness raising programme to motivate, inspire and support staff to involve arts activity in meaningful and effective ways through the adoption of new ways of working.
- Engage with stakeholders in a persuasive manner regarding the unique added value that arts and creative approaches can bring to the healthcare environment, being mindful of, and sensitive to, the operational demands that internal stakeholders will be working under and the fact that stakeholders may have limited capacity to engage.
- Operate as a vehicle for effective communication between external arts providers and services across the organisation.
- Identify and promote effective arts activity that already exists across the organisation.
- Represent BCHC Charity on external networks associated with Arts in Health and Wellbeing.
- Act as a positive ambassador for Arts in Health across Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, identifying and maximising opportunities for the promotion of this work on a daily basis.
- Handle frequent exposure to distressing and emotional circumstances in a sensitive manner, showing a high level of negotiation, empathy and re-assurance as required.
Service Improvement and Quality
- Ensure the delivery of all arts activities in a professional manner, in line with the agreed service objectives and plans.
- Actively promote a high-quality service and one of continuous improvement through actively seeking the views of participants including patients, service users, their families and staff.
- Monitor and evaluate arts activity on a regular basis to provide evidence-based recommendations for future development and growth. This may include undertaking a variety of surveys and facilitating staff and patient stories where appropriate.
- Develop and maintain mechanisms for regular reviews of arts activity to ensure that all activity is safe and appropriate and is of the highest quality.
- Ensure a culture of continuous improvement and professional excellence is achieved at all times.
Finance and Resources
- Authorised signatory for a designated budget for Arts in Health activity. Manage the budget in line with BCHC Charity financial policies and procedures.
- In partnership with the Charity Team, seek a range of funding sources to develop sustainable and well-resourced arts activity, supporting applications to secure external income to support the development of arts activities across the organisation.
Hours: Full time (35 hours per week)
Duration: Permanent (pending successful completion of probation period of six months)
Salary: £40,087 – £44,306
Notice period: Two months
Probation period: Six months
Reports to: Director of Development
Place of work: 178-180 Edgware Road, London, W2 2DS
The post holder will be responsible for delivering philanthropic income, including: producing donor materials (in conjunction with the communications team); creating prospect lists and acquisition plans for major gifts from philanthropists, corporates, trusts and foundations; applying for grants; stewarding major donors. The post holder will also be responsible for achieving their own income targets and objectives, and providing ongoing evaluation reports against agreed milestones and KPIs, as well as ensuring compliance with fundraising best practice at all times in accordance with the Fundraising Regulator.
Applications will be reviewed as they are received and interviews arranged as appropriate.
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