Are you eager to make a real difference in cancer care? Beatson Cancer Charity is searching for an energetic and forward-thinking Legacy Development Lead to energize their fundraising efforts. This charity shines as a pillar of hope, pushing boundaries to transform the lives of those touched by cancer. They're all about groundbreaking research, top-notch patient care, and heartfelt support for families. What makes them stand out? Their dedication to medical innovation and a deep care for everyone's journey with cancer.
In this role, under the Director of Philanthropy's guidance, you'll be the key player in boosting legacy gifts and supporting remembrance giving. You'll dive into the charity's database to spot potential legacy supporters, work hand-in-hand with the Individual Giving Team to design targeted legacy campaigns, and explore new opportunities to raise awareness about legacy giving.
Your task? To create a fulfilling giving experience, securing legacy pledges, and being the go-to person for legacy queries. This job is all about making a positive impression and shaping how the charity communicates with the world.
We're after someone with a solid background in fundraising, marketing, or sales who's ready to take on challenges, drive success, and has a history of making things happen. You'll need to be brilliant at building relationships, able to connect with people in a way that encourages lasting support for our cause. Excellent communication skills are a must—you'll be crafting clear, engaging messages to spread the word about our mission and inspire people from all walks of life.
At times the post-holder will be having conversations about legacies with individuals affected by cancer and their families, requiring the utmost care and empathy. We're looking for someone who can approach these interactions with the sensitivity and respect they deserve, reflecting our commitment to supporting those navigating cancer.
If you're passionate about joining Beatson Cancer Charity and contributing to our fight against cancer with your skills and dedication, get in touch with our recruitment team today for more details. Join us in making a lasting impact on cancer care, one legacy at a time.
About Common Wheel
Common Wheel is a well-established mental health charity based in Glasgow. We provide meaningful activity for people with mental illness and dementia. Our participatory weekly workshops take place in care homes across Glasgow, wards at Gartnavel Royal Hospital, two purpose built cycle workshops in Maryhill and Bridgeton, our base at Gartnavel Royal Hospital and at the Climbing Centre in Maryhill. We work with over 400 participants per year providing weekly group activities in music, art, bike building and climbing. We also support volunteer opportunities across the organisation. Our aims are to improve mental wellbeing, reduce isolation, increase skills and challenge stigma. We are a value-based organisation with a person-centred approach. Our values are: positivity, care, equality and partnership.
Background to this post
This is a new post created to strengthen the financial position of the organisation. The project manager is reducing her time to 3 days per week and the fundraiser will work closely with her, the other members of the team including core staff, finance manager and treasurer to develop and deliver a robust funding strategy that achieves our aims of:
We know that funding landscape is very competitive, but we have a good track record of consistently delivering rising income streams to fund our activity targets, whilst achieving outcomes for our clients, and retaining a committed team. We also now have the opportunity to maximise our social enterprise potential through developing the retail activity in our bike workshops.
Based at our office at Gartnavel Royal Hospital and with the option for some hybrid working, you will work closely with the project manager and the core staff team to resource our strategic ambitions. Common Wheel has an active and engaged Board of trustees and a committed team of 8 core staff. We have a good track record of attracting funding from various sources and have good working relationships with current and past funders. You will have access to an archive of past bids and reports to inform your work going forward.
You will have access to Upshot, our monitoring, evaluation and learning tool where we keep both quantitative and qualitative data.
This post is more than writing funding applications, it is about proactively seeking opportunities, partnerships and sponsorships that broaden our income sources. It is about telling the story of
Common Wheel to different stakeholders and on different platforms to raise our profile and position us as a leading mental health charity but also to actively promote our contribution to the circular economy and active sustainable travel through our bike building and repairs.
We are looking for someone who is an excellent communicator, who can think strategically has an eye for detail and an excellent track record. You will be organised and methodical but have the creativity and vision to identify opportunities and manage risk. We have ambitions to grow the social enterprise arm of our activities and welcome someone with experience in brand development and retail expansion. This is an exciting time to join the organisation as we move forward with plans to be a more stable, greener, and equitable organisation. You will play a pivotal role in helping us to achieve our goals and make a real difference to people with mental illness and dementia.
We are currently recruiting for a Repairs Coordinator who is motivated and passionate about managing a small team of repairs assistants and providing excellent customer service to our clients.
The successful candidate should be customer-focused, with an emphasis on providing quality and efficient repairs services to both our internal and external customers and stakeholders. The ideal candidate should possess professional knowledge and experience working in a repairs administration capacity, able to manage case management of the Gas, EICR, contracts, and Responsive Management of our day-to-day repairs within the Repairs team.
You may be working for a contractor or in the private sector, allocating repairs, liaising with other contractors, responsible for performance reporting, or looking to advance your career within this field. You will be required to keep our customers updated on the progress of their repairs and work closely with colleagues in our Housing, Factoring, and Investment departments.
You should possess strong analytical skills, be driven to achieve key performance indicators, and exhibit good attention to detail while working competently in a fast-paced environment.
Partick Housing Association is a financially sound and forward-thinking organisation committed to continuous improvement. We are a dynamic and innovative organisation looking to the future for new ways to