League Against Cruel Sports - Fundraising & Legacy Manager
League Against Cruel Sports is currently recruiting for an experienced Fundraising & Legacy Manager to help them make a real positive impact on animals' lives. As Fundraising & Legacy Manager, you will play a crucial role in inspiring supporters to make a lasting difference through legacy giving. Your responsibilities will include managing and delivering engaging supporter events, both virtual and in-person, to raise income and promote their mission, crafting impactful supporter updates, including their regular Protect magazine, to acknowledge and celebrate the contributions of their supporters as well as orchestrating offline and online legacy marketing campaigns to strengthen the legacy income pipeline. LACS needs a proactive individual with a passion for animal welfare, boasting proven experience in a third sector fundraising role, experience designing and delivering regular giving strategies and working knowledge of data analysis and performance metrics. Find more information and how to apply here.
Closing date: Monday 4th December.
League Against Cruel Sports - Regular Giving Manager
League Against Cruel Sports is currently recruiting for an experienced fundraiser to help them make a real positive impact on animals' lives. As Regular Giving Manager, you will play a crucial role in inspiring supporters by cultivating a sense of identity and ownership to secure regular and committed donations. Your responsibilities will include managing the acquisition of regular giving through inspiring online activities and campaigns, recruiting, managing and growing the League Lotto as well as growing Payroll giving opportunities with third-party suppliers and supporters. LACS are looking for a proactive individual with a passion for animal welfare, boasting proven experience in a third sector fundraising role, experience designing and delivering regular giving strategies as well as working knowledge of data analysis and performance metrics. Find more information and how to apply here.
Closing date: Monday 4th December.
Rivers Trust - Stakeholder Engagement Coordinator
Rivers Trust is currently recruiting for a Stakeholder Engagement Coordinator. This is a pivotal position, the first of its kind, focusing on Rivers Trust's complex programmes of work which need to engage a wide range of stakeholders ranging from Government and policy, water companies, consultancies and finance sector, eNGOs, local partnerships and volunteers. To provide Stakeholder Engagement support to the Ofwat Innovation Funded 1) Mainstreaming Nature-based Solutions (MNbS) and 2) Catchment Systems Thinking Cooperative (CaSTCo) Projects. You'll be supported by the existing Rivers Trust Communications and Advocacy, and Project Management teams for the two projects, who are home based across the UK and Republic of Ireland. Coordinate external stakeholder engagement across the MNbS and CaSTCo programmes. Prepare the stakeholder engagement plan to the specification of the project and programme management teams and RT executive team, and coordinate its delivery with project partners and the RT executive team. This is an exciting opportunity to join a welcoming team within a thriving movement, and to make a meaningful personal contribution to environmental protection and improvement. Find more information and how to apply here.
Closing date: Monday 27th November.
Rivers Trust - Project Communications Officer
Rivers Trust is currently recruiting for a Project Communications Officer. This is a newly-created position, providing communications support to some of Rivers Trust's most complex, sensitive and impactful programmes of work. You'll be part of a welcoming, dynamic and growing Communications and Advocacy team who work across the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland, and also be collaborating with communications teams across a number of project partners and local Rivers Trusts. This is an exciting opportunity to join a thriving movement, and to make a meaningful personal contribution to environmental protection and improvement. Find more information and how to apply here.
Closing date: Monday 27th November.
RSPB - Senior Planner (Nature Policy - Wales)
RSPB is currently recruiting for a Senior Planner to be part of their work to drive nature’s recovery in Wales, by influencing laws, policy and plans to support nature conservation and the sustainable management of land and sea. The Senior Nature Policy Planner will lead the engagement with the Welsh Government, the Senedd and others to influence planning policy, and national and regional land-use and marine plans in Wales, seeking to ensure they support the global goal of stopping and reversing biodiversity loss by 2030. The successful candidate will have professional experience in planning or regulatory systems, an understanding of relevant legislation and policy, and a creative approach to thinking about how RSPB Cymru can have influence and effect change. You will be passionate about the natural world, work well in teams and networks, and communicate strongly. You will join a friendly and dynamic RSPB community committed to creating a better future. Find more information and how to apply here.
Closing date: 23:59, Sunday 3rd December.
Waterwise - Communications and Marketing Assistant
Waterwise is currently recruiting for a Communications and Marketing Assistant. This is an exciting new role for Waterwise! Working to the Head of Water Efficiency Engagement and with colleagues across the team, the overall purpose of this role is to to boost Waterwise's voice - through designing and developing new communications and marketing approaches, creating content, managing Waterwise's social media and working closely with stakeholders and the media, as well as working on campaigns. You will be Waterwise's communications lead! You’ll have lots of autonomy to manage and deliver Waterwse’s communications and marketing, supported by your line manager. Waterwise need someone who is proactive and a self-starter with excellent oral and written communications skills; an innovative, creative, energetic, proactive and passionate communicator with expertise in communications and marketing. You’ll need to demonstrate the ability to plan, design and deliver high-impact communications and marketing. Find more information and how to apply here.
Closing date: midnight, Wednesday 22nd November.
Waterwise - Campaigns Manager
Waterwise is currently recruiting for a Campaigns Manager. Working with the Head of Water Efficiency Engagement, the overall purpose of this role is to lead Waterwise's campaigns strategy, including both developing the strategy and developing and running authentic, dynamic, creative and daring campaigns. This role should raise awareness of water efficiency as well as Waterwise, with a focus on policy and behaviour change. You will increase the impact of campaigns and further develop Waterwise's existing reputation as water efficiency campaigns experts. You will be working at a senior, strategic level, as well as delivering work - supported by your line manager. Waterwise need someone who is proactive and a self-starter, with excellent communication and organisational skills. You’ll have a track record of producing and implementing an effective campaigns strategy and of developing and delivering effective and creative campaigns. You’ll be leading on this issue within Waterwise, with support from your line manager. You will bring in new audiences, increase engagement in campaigns and come up with inventive and new ways to deliver Waterwise’s vision through campaigns. You will be a key part of Waterwise's middle management team, and will be expected to operate at both strategic and delivery level. Find more information and how to apply here.
Closing date: 6pm, Wednesday 22nd November.
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People's Trust for Endangered Species
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