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Cobseo Jobs Bulletin

10 March 2020

At a glance

  • RBLI – Digital Fundraiser
  • RBLI – Donor Experience Analyst
  • RBLI – Health & Safety Manager
  • RBLI – Holistic Assessors x 2 (Access 2 Work)
  • RBLI – SES Administrator (Access 2 Work)
  • SSAFA – Advanced Practioner (South Region)
  • SSAFA – Branch Co-Ordinator 
  • SSAFA – Branch Co-Ordinator 
  • SSAFA – Corporate Partnerships Officer
  • The Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund – RAF Projects Development Executive
  • The Union Jack Club – Deputy Chief Executive
  • The Victory Services Club – Multi skilled Technician (Painter/Decorating specialist)
  • Victory Services Club – Facilities Manager
  • Victory Services Club – Multi skilled Technician (HVAC Lead)
  • War Memorials Trust – Administrato

    RBLI – Digital Fundraiser

    This is an exciting opportunity to support RBLI in a new and growing area of fundraising. The Digital Fundraiser will be responsible for fundraising income generated across digital products and platforms with an agreed target. You will support the fundraising team in securing and increasing funds from digital platforms including social media networks in order to achieve greater fundraising success and extend the digital visibility of RBLI. Read more here

    RBLI – Donor Experience Analyst

    This is an exciting opportunity to support RBLI’s fundraising to produce a strategy and insight lead approach to enable the team to growing their supporter base and increase giving. You will help to maximise the potential of the current supporter base, supporting the wider fundraising team by offering data analysis which will help the whole team to engage with donors in a way that encourages further support. Read more here.

    RBLI – Health & Safety Manager

    To lead and co-ordinate health and safety activities across RBLI. To provide expert leadership and advice in safety, health, environmental and risk management measures across the activities of the organisation which include manufacturing, housing, care and support services across a number of locations. Read more here.

    RBLI – Holistic Assessors x 2 (Access 2 Work)

    To carry out full Holistic assessments for individuals in their place of work. You will be expected to travel throughout the geographical area stipulated, visit customers within their workspace and through a 1-2-1 meeting, ascertain the individuals needs and make appropriate recommendations (which are in-line with Department guidelines of value for money). Assessors will write a full report detailing barriers faced by customer and detailed descriptions of recommended solutions, with costings. Assessors are expected to represent RBLI in a positive, professional manner at all times. Read more here.

    RBLI – SES Administrator (Access 2 Work)

    The SES Administrator provides a fast and effective link between those making a request for an assessment and those being assessed through RBLI. The administrator will identify through the referral documentation and by direct contact with the customer the most appropriate assessor to complete the assessment before booking a date and location that best suits all parties. The administrator is required to input the assessment details on to the RBLI database and track every element of the assessment process until successful conclusion 8 days later. Read more here.

    SSAFA – Advanced Practioner (South Region)

    This is a great opportunity for an experienced and self-motivated Qualified Social Worker to join our team and contribute to further development of the service. Our Personal Support & Social Work Service (PS&SWS) RAF aims to provide a professional confidential and comprehensive range of Social Work and Welfare support services to the RAF Community within the UK. Read more here.

    SSAFA – Branch Co-Ordinator 

    SSAFA Sussex support serving and ex-serving personnel across the county. They despatch trained volunteers to visit clients in their own homes and carry out a full assessment of their needs and circumstances. Our volunteers then try to access appropriate help and support on their behalf. We are seeking a candidate to co-ordinate and develop all aspects of the Branch’s day to day running. Read more here.

    SSAFA – Branch Co-Ordinator 

    SSAFA Hampshire supports serving and ex-serving personnel across the county. It despatches trained volunteers to visit clients in their own homes and carry out a full assessment of their needs and circumstances. Our volunteers then try to access appropriate help and support on their behalf. We are seeking a candidate to co-ordinate and develop all aspects of the Branch’s day to day running.  In addition, he/she will also receive training as a caseworker and be able to step in if the situation demands. Read more here.

    SSAFA – Corporate Partnerships Officer

    We are seeking an experienced individual to fulfil the day to day management of existing corporate partnerships, with a particular aim to maximise the fundraising element involved. The role includes management of 5 existing corporate partnerships, including those with Amey plc and Boeing UK. The Corporate Partnership Officer will motivate and inspire employees at corporate partner companies to raise funds for SSAFA across all opportunities and will also work with partners on raising awareness of the charity, on In-Kind donations and volunteering support. Read more here.

    The Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund – RAF Projects Development Executive

    We are seeking an individual who is experienced in managing projects and people, with a desire to contribute to the development of initiatives which support the serving RAF community. The post holder will be responsible for managing, developing and measuring a range of welfare pilot projects and initiatives within the RAF, primarily focused on enhancing social engagement and mental wellbeing on stations. The successful candidate will have experience / understanding of working within or with the RAF, with a strong understanding of social welfare issues, as well as strong people and IT skills. The role requires regular travel across the UK to RAF Stations, with an office base in London. Read more here.

    The Union Jack Club – Deputy Chief Executive

    The Deputy Chief Executive role is pivotal to the success of the Union Jack Club, a charity for serving and former non-commissioned members of the HM Armed Forces providing a haven in London. The Union Jack Club has been standing at Waterloo for over 100 years. Its founder was Ethel McCaul, a Royal Red Cross nurse and her vision remains our primary purpose today: to provide serving and former non-commissioned members of the Armed Forces and their families with a comfortable and friendly base for their visits to London with over 21 million guests since its doors opened. Reporting directly to the Chief Executive, the Deputy Chief Executive will manage the day to day standards, efficiency and effectiveness of the Union Jack Club, with a high level of motivation and morale through the Front of House, Food and Beverage, Security, Kitchen, Administration, Housekeeping and Facility teams. The role will also be expected to deputise for the Chief Executive in his absence. Read more here.

    Victory Services Club – Facilities Manager

    A vital role ensuring that the Club is able to operate smoothly, 24/7/365 and is maintained to a high state of repair at all times and all Health & Safety measures are in place. Responsible for project delivery, coordination and has a key impact on ultimate member/guest satisfaction by granting all requests subject to the law and Club regulation. It is a hands-on role overseeing all aspects of the day to day FM requirements of the Club. Responsible for motivating the FM team, delivering training to the staff, communicating with all departments and managing the FM operation, ensuring all standards are met, with keen attention to detail. Read more here.

Victory Services Club – Multi skilled Technician (HVAC Lead)

To achieve the organisation’s objectives and continuously improve its performance.

Key Roles:

• Implement change and improvement in services and systems.
• Monitor, maintain and improve service and product delivery.
• Create maintain and enhance effective working relationships.
• Manage Information.
• Exchange information to solve problems and make decisions. Read more here.

 

The Victory Services Club – Multi skilled Technician (Painter/Decorating specialist)

To achieve the organisation’s objectives and continuously improve its performance.

Key Roles:

• To carry out all aspects of painting and decorating work including general repairs, maintenance and refurbishment to a high standard in accordance with Safety Regulations.

• Other roles, but not limited to, consist of strip, prepare and apply wall and ceiling coverings (incl. lining, embossed, ingrain, pattern, borders) in accordance with work specifications,
• To ensure all decorated surfaces & finishes throughout the Club are maintained to the highest possible standard. Read more here.

 

War Memorials Trust – Administrator

War Memorials Trust works for the protection and conservation of war memorials in the UK. The charity is seeking an Administrator with initiative, enthusiasm and experience to join the small team working to protect and conserve all war memorials within the UK. The post is full-time and based in the London office. You should be able to help those seeking advice or information through excellent customer service skills. You will need to show they are a team player and that you recognise the importance of supporting colleagues. You will also require strong administration skills and enjoy the challenge of managing a diverse workload. Read more here.