Matching third sector job seekers with roles in our network of amazing organisations.
|Salary:||£42,050 – 47,530 inclusive of Inner London Weighting|
|Deadline:||12pm, 5th January|
The job: Key aspects of the role include: assessing applications to CBT for charitable support to tackle inequality in London, managing an interesting and diverse portfolio of charitable funding agreements and ensure thatthe monitoring and evaluation are carried out; Utilising funding, knowledge, networks and expertise to make recommendations to Members to guide their funding decisions. Full details and how to apply here.
Why We Love City Bridge Trust: City Bridge Trust is the funding arm of Bridge House Estates. It was established to make use of funds surplus to bridge requirements and provides grants totalling around £25m per year towards charitable activity benefiting Greater London.
|Hours:||Which for NEON is 4 days – May consider 0.75 FTE|
|Location:||Hybrid – East London|
|Deadline:||11:59pm, 22nd January|
The job: The purpose of this role is to lead on financial strategy and systems at NEON. Key aspects of the role include providing accurate snapshots and clear narrative, analysis and recommendations for spending, ensuring NEON have the right tools and systems to understand their finances and that people are using them effectively and leading on finance processes across the team. Full details and how to apply here.
Why We Love New Economy Organisers Network: NEON offer hands-on support and training for campaigners, organisers, communications and operations teams working across social movements, supporting over 1,000 organisers and campaigners across the UK working on everything from anti-racism to environment and housing activism.
|Salary:||Up to £55k|
|Location:||Hybrid – Norwich, Norfolk|
The job: The Chief Executive will be responsible for providing outstanding, inclusive leadership,
developing and implementing NCLS’ strategy and being an effective advocate for the
charity and its beneficiaries. Full details and how to apply here.
Why We Love Norfolk Community Law Service: Norfolk Community Law Service was set up more than 40 years ago to provide non-judgemental free legal help for those who have no means to pay. With 22 staff and 140 volunteers, they help over 3,000 people annually with a range of services including debt, discrimination, domestic abuse, employment, family, immigration and welfare benefit appeals.
|Hours:||Full or part time – 4 days per week considered|
|Salary:||£43,500 pro rata + 8% pension contribution|
|Location:||Hybrid – Flexible with some travel to London required|
|Deadline:||Rolling until filled|
The job: Seeking a Head of Campaigns to lead PM’s mobilisation programme. The role involves leading all people-powered campaigns and projects within the mobilisation programme. You will work in close collaboration with the research and influencing programme leads to develop strategies for their core areas of work. This is a great opportunity for an experienced people-powered campaigner and digital strategist, eager to put people at the heart of economic systems change. Full details and how to apply here.
Why We Love Positive Money: To deal with the big social, economic and environmental challenges we’re facing today, we need to transform our money and banking system. Positive Money’s vision is for a money and banking system that serves a fair, democratic, and sustainable economy.
|Salary:||Up to £40k|
|Location:||Hybrid – Hammersmith, London|
|Deadline:||11:59pm, 8th December|
The job: As the Service Designer you will work across the organisation to design and deliver unified and efficient systems and products in a human centred way. You will incorporate public facing and internal processes, communication and components of T2U’s services to improve the quality and delivery. You will enable the organisation to provide a joined-up, end-to-end service and delivery for the people they exist for. Full details and how to apply here.
Why We Love Turn2us: Turn2us provides direct and practical financial support by giving grants, helping people access welfare benefits and offering financial support and information.
|Salary:||£42 – 48k|
|Location:||Remote – Some travel across England & Wales required|
|Deadline:||10am, 16th January|
The job: DASH is seeking a new Artistic Director/CEO to take on the artistic and strategic leadership of the organisation, as they continue their essential work to create space for Disabled / d/Deaf / Neurodivergent people in the visual arts. Full details and how to apply here.
Why We Love Disability Arts in Shropshire (DASH): DASH is a Disabled led visual arts charity. It creates opportunities for Disabled artists to develop their creative practice. These opportunities take many forms, from high quality commissions to community based workshops, the work it creates is centred around its vision and mission.
|Hours:||Full time – 2 year programme|
|Salary:||£18 – 20k year 1 then £25 – 34k year 2|
|Location:||UK-wide – See link|
The job: Frontline’s two-year, salaried social work training programme offers you a unique opportunity to work directly with children and families, helping them make positive changes in their lives. Successful candidates will qualify as a social worker and complete a fully-funded MSc in Advanced Relationship-Based Social Work Practice with Children and Families. Full details and how to apply here.
Why We Love Frontline: Frontline was set up as a charity to build a movement of social workers and leaders to bring about safety and stability for children. To date, Frontline participants have supported more than 98,000 families while on one of their programmes.
|Salary:||Voluntary – Reasonable expenses covered|
|Deadline:||Rolling until filled|
The job: As well as fulfilling the duties of a Trustee, the Treasurer maintains an oversight
of the SCF financial affairs. Successful candidate will ensure that effective and appropriate financial measures, controls and procedures are in place and reports to the Board quarterly and annually about the financial health of the organisation. Full details and how to apply here.
Why We Love Sussex Cancer Fund: The Sussex Cancer Fund works together with the NHS to help make life better for cancer patients in Sussex – providing equipment and services that make a tangible difference for patients who are often on a difficult and stressful journey.
|Salary:||€37,200 – 45,600|
|Salary:||£29 – 33k|
|Location:||Homebased – UK|
|Deadline:||11:59pm, 14th December|