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NHS Charities Together

Chair of Trustees

Hours: While the exact time commitment may vary based on the charity’s needs and priorities, we anticipate the following will amount to two to three days per month:

  • A minimum of four Board meetings per year, plus preparation, review of materials, and other Trustee engagement as appropriate.
  • Annual Strategy Day with full Board and Executive Team.
  • Additional subcommittee meetings as necessary.
  • Meetings with the CEO on a regular basis.
  • Representing the charity at high profile events, functions, and public engagements to enhance its reputation and partnerships.

Salary: This role is not accompanied by any financial remuneration, although reasonable expenses may be claimed.

Location: Board meetings are split between face-to-face (May and Sept) and virtual meetings (Nov and Feb). Typically face-to-face meetings are either held in the Midlands or in London.

We are seeking a dynamic, collegiate and dedicated individual to serve as the Chair of Trustees of NHS Charities Together. As the Chair of the Board, you will play a pivotal role in guiding our strategic direction, supporting the Board, and helping drive the organisation forward across England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

The ideal candidate will share our values, provide support and challenge to the Chief Executive, and foster a collaborative, innovative, and inclusive culture.

Click here to find out more and apply.

Closing date: Friday 1 December

Celebrity Manager

Hours: Full Time

Salary: £36,000 – £41,000 per annum

Location: Warwick office occasionally, which is the official place of work, as well as travel to other locations, primarily for shoots, media appearances and events involving talent

We are looking for an experienced and well-connected Celebrity Manager to join our small and busy comms team, who will work with our Head of Media to nurture our existing talent relationships, identify and build new talent relationships and ensure we are working with talent effectively to hit both brand building and income generating objectives.

You will be a dynamic relationship-management expert, who understands the talent world and how to leverage talent partnerships in a way that helps generate both income and awareness for NHS Charities Together and our work. You will be able to influence and inspire your existing celebrity and agent network to support our BAU campaigns and one-off events and projects. You will be experienced and innovative at seeking out celebrities who have a credible and authentic link or affiliation with the NHS and the areas of need we support.

You will be able to work cross-functionally and collaboratively across the organisation and will have a proven ability to prioritise and creatively advise on the best opportunities for talent to add value.

You will be a personable, knowledgeable and confident team player who is comfortable working closely with our Senior Management team to advise and inform them on both strategic and practical use of talent under the guidance of the Head of Media.

This is an exciting opportunity to join a growing organisation, with the chance to get involved in new projects that will help shape the future of NHS Charities Together, and help us care for NHS staff, patients, and volunteers.

Click here to find out more and apply.

Closing date: Friday 1 December

Programme Lead (Volunteering for Health Programme)

Hours: Full Time

Salary: £50,000 – £60,000

Location: Hybrid working available with some national travel

We are seeking a talented and experienced senior manager to lead the organisation’s contribution to the Volunteering for Health Programme. Reporting to the Head of Programmes, this is an exciting and pivotal role within the organisation. 

Volunteering for Health is an ambitious £10m programme to support the transformation of volunteering and volunteering infrastructure in health and social care, as part of the response to the NHS Volunteering Taskforce report. The programme builds on the recommendations of this report to support systems and the NHS to build an approach that stimulates strategic and sustainable investment in volunteering. The programme is being delivered by a partnership of NHS Charities Together, NHS England and CW+, the charity of Chelsea and Westminster Hospital Foundation Trust.

As a member of our Strategy and Impact Directorate, the postholder will play a pivotal role in ensuring delivery of this ambitious and complex programme, working collaboratively with the Programme Lead in CW+.

The postholder will be an outstanding and creative leader and relationship builder with a sound knowledge of the benefits and impact of volunteering in health and care as well as sound programme and governance experience. They will work closely with partners while ensuring that the Volunteering for Health programme aligns with our wider organisational vision.

Click here to find out more and apply.

Closing date: Thursday 7 December

Royal Free Charity

Volunteer Coordinator

Hours: Part Time

Salary: £29,000 per annum, pro rata – subject to skills and experience

Location: Chase Farm Hospital, On-site presence (minimum 4 days per week in the office)

The purpose of this role is to support the coordination of the charity’s volunteers at Chase Farm Hospital ensuring that they have the best experience possible.

The position requires that you work face-to-face in their office at Chase Farm Hospital.

The Volunteer Coordinator will report to the Volunteer Manager – special projects and will work alongside the rest of the volunteer team based at The Royal Free Site.

Click here to find out more and apply.

Closing date: Monday 4 December

Better Lives Charity

Community Fundraiser

Hours: Part Time

Salary: Band 5 Pro Rata £28,407- £35,481

Location: Bradford – Hybrid

Better Lives Charity is looking for an enthusiastic and passionate community fundraiser who can engage and inspire people to support the work of the charity.

With a proven track record of community fundraising, the successful candidate will have excellent communication skills, be able to share emotive information to a range of audiences, and the ability to initiate and develop donor relationships.

Click here to find out more and apply.

Closing date: Sunday 3 December

Trusts, Foundations and Corporate Manager

Hours: Part Time

Salary: Band 7 £43,742 – £50,056 per annum pro rata

Location: Bradford – Hybrid

Better Lives is a small NHS Charity with big ambition looking for an experienced and successful Trusts & Foundation and Corporate partnerships fundraiser to join the small charity team.

This is a great opportunity to work across the Bradford and Craven District with clinical staff who support patients from the cradle to grave, in communities, people’s homes and mental health hospitals, enhancing the care provided beyond the core NHS funding.

Click here to find out more and apply.

Closing date: Sunday 3 December

St George’s Hospital Charity

Fund Engagement Manager

Hours: Full Time

Salary: £35k to £38k

Location:  George’s Hospital, Tooting, Blackshaw Road, London SW17 0QT

To support senior management, the board of trustees and the wider team with the management and administration of the Charity’s SPFs.

This role exists to further develop and deliver the Charity’s SPF strategy, to work with Fund Advisers and Trust senior management to ensure proper governance is followed, funds are spent according to guidelines, and opportunities for grant spending and fund growth are capitalised.

This role was created to provide dedicated resource to optimise the efficiency of the Charity’s SPF portfolio, and champion these SPFs both internally among the Charity’s staff and externally within the Trust and University.

This is a role which must operate at a micro and macro level, paying attention to the detail of management, administration and systems but also with the ability to think strategically and make recommendations to senior management and trustees. The successful candidate will be highly organised and outgoing, with lots of initiative and the ability to reach out to people and build strong relationships.

You will be a key member of the Grants team and be managed by the Head of Grants, but you will also work closely with all charity teams, including providing the crucial link between Grants and Fundraising.

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Closing date: Friday 15 December