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Digital Marketing Executive

Digital Marketing Executive

Pay: £33500

Duration: On going role ( potential perm opportunity)

Work pattern: Remote working but may need to go into the London office a couple of times a month

Hours: 35hrs a week

Interviews will be w/c 29th August, role will be to start ASAP

Our client is a globally recognised chartered body based in the central London. They are looking for an experienced Digital Marketing professional to take responsibility for the day-to-day maintenance of the organisation's digital channels, managing the overall health of social media (strategy and measurement) and for delivering and monitoring effective marcomms campaigns.

Key responsibilities:

  • Strategic input: Contribute to the development of marketing and communications plans aligned to organisational objectives
  • Website: Work with internal stakeholders to create and adapt content for the website and member portal that aim to enhance member engagement. Optimise content via SEO
  • Email marketing and communications campaigns: Design and implement campaign plans that meet; growth and retention targets for membership, event and training course and brand awareness objectives. To include evaluation measures
  • Social media: Manage the social media strategy to increase engagement. Create, schedule, approve and manage content across social media platforms - LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook. To include evaluation measures
  • Paid social advertising: Manage the relationship with the digital advertising agency to manage day to day communications and media planning
  • Social media monitoring: Monitor and respond promptly to direct messages and contribute to moderating the organisations forums and LinkedIn groups
  • First response: Assign (digital) project briefs from the marketing inbox across the team according to resource and skills and working with Marketing Managers to do so.
  • Digital content creation: Work with internal stakeholders, members, branch and Special Interest Groups (SIGS), to curate a range of rich and relevant content, e.g. case studies, endorsements and videos. Co-ordinate design, production and delivery
  • Data and GDPR: Ensure data capture for prospects is targeted and GDPR compliant and that marketing preferences are up to date and compliant
  • Insights: Using analytic tools across digital platforms (website, member portal, social media), turn data into insights and report into Marketing dashboard
  • General: Process invoices, order suppliers and carry out additional duties based on

What the client is looking for:

  • Sound experience of creating and optimising content across websites/booking systems, email and social media platforms (LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook);
  • Ability to prioritise, manage and deliver on multiple campaigns
  • Ability to identify and tailor key messages to multiple audiences across multiple channels
  • A good eye for design, imagery and layout, and editorial best practice
  • Ability to quickly and confidently establish strong relationships with key internal and external stakeholders at all levels. With the ability to communicate clearly and manage expectations
  • Adept at keeping abreast of digital developments and using insights to make suggestions for improvement
  • Computer literacy: Microsoft 365 suite, Smartsheets, Outlook, website content
  • management systems, social media platforms, tools, and databases


We practice a diverse and inclusive recruitment process that ensures equal opportunity for all we work with, irrespective of race, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, age or gender. As an organisation, we encourage applications from all backgrounds and will ensure measures are met when required, to allow a fair process throughout.

FLAIR Programme Engagement Manager

  • £41573 - £44913 per annum

Hunter Merrifield are delighted to partner with The Royal Society to find a FLAIR Programme Engagement Manager. This is a fantastic brand-new role for somebody with a strong programme management background looking to develop their career. This is perfect for somebody who has ability to work autonomously and has the desire to mould this role as they see fit.

Job Title: FLAIR Programme Engagement Manager
Organisation: The Royal Society
Salary: £41,573.00 - £44,913.00
Contract: Full Time, FTC until July 2023
Location: London (Hybrid working - 2 days per week in the office)
Required: CV and Cover Letter
Closing Date: Rolling Close

Job Responsibilities

  • To conceive, plan and deliver a programme of training and networking support for 59 FLAIR Fellows in accordance with the Society's and Grants' strategic objectives and the needs of the African research and innovation community, ensuring it is relevant, accessible, and inclusive and has maximum impact
  • To undertake budget planning and be responsible for forecasting, controlling spend against budget, and authorising payments, and working with the Senior Manager on financial reports, budgeting, and forecasting
  • To work with other Royal Society Africa programme to capitalise on synergies between the programmes, and apply learning across Royal Society Africa programmes
  • To work with Senior Managers and Monitoring Evaluation and Learning team to oversee the management of information, monitor progress of programme cohort grants and the quality of outputs.


Experience and Qualities

  • Somebody with demonstrable experience in developing and managing career development
  • Proven programme management background
  • Produces results under pressure
  • Can work unsupervised and can motivate self
  • Contribute ideas and identifies opportunities to work with others and within the team and across the organisation
  • Experience of working with budgets


To find out more and to apply, please contact Ellen Lamer at Hunter Merrifield.

Along with The Royal Society, we want to practice a diverse and inclusive recruitment process that ensures equal opportunity for all we work with, irrespective of race, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, age or gender. As an organisation, we encourage applications from all backgrounds and will ensure measures are met when required, to allow a fair process throughout.

We practice a diverse and inclusive recruitment process that ensures equal opportunity for all we work with, irrespective of race, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, age or gender. As an organisation, we encourage applications from all backgrounds and will ensure measures are met when required, to allow a fair process throughout.

FUNDRAISING AND DONOR ADMINISTRATOR

  • £14 - £17 per hour

We are looking for a Fundraing/ Donor Administrator or a strong Adminitrator who has an interest in Individual Giving/ Fundrasing/Donor. With a lot of change within the team, we are low on resource at a critical time in our IG programme.

If you have a passion for helping all young people to fulfil their potential, and being able to deliver this through fundraising, and is enthusiastic about seeing the impact that their work has across the UK.

The role is either fully office based or hybrid with one working day at home- Holborn based

4 Months initially but could lead to something more longer term or permanent

We are looking for someone to work with our current Co-ordinator, with a passion for giving the very best experiences to donors, supporters or customers - from data accuracy to relevant, authentic thanking, and inspiring updates and appeals. You will have a curiosity around understanding what drives our donors, and will champion the importance of data capture, accuracy, stewardship and building great relationships. You will need to have an excellent handle on your time, and enjoy working collaboratively to keep projects on schedule.

The role has the following key aims:

  • To ensure that donation processing is accurate, efficient, fast, personal and friendly while adhering to Fundraising Regulator guidelines and own high standards of donor care

-This includes processing donations on our CRM with the highest level of accuracy, managing the batching within our processes, and handling any queries on payments

  • To ensure that thanking is relevant, accurate and prompt
  • To support the Individual Giving Manager in the planning, scheduling and implementation of appeals by post and email
  • Proof reading and supporting with copy and creative for appeals
  • To be an active member of the Development team in planning and gathering information, and working with staff, young musicians and consultants to improve and enhance the supporter experience
  • Accurately and efficiently enter data onto our CRM database, from supporter information to donations, communication preferences and gift aid declarations. Working within the administrative structure and processes set up between Development and Finance teams.
  • Thank donors promptly and accurately, managing your time to make sure that all tasks are completed in line with SLAs, ensuring that donors and enquirers have the very best experience .
  • Process debit/credit card and direct debit donations.
  • Support Head of Individual Giving in preparation of campaigns, inputting in the planning for appeals, scheduling and implementing plans

We practice a diverse and inclusive recruitment process that ensures equal opportunity for all we work with, irrespective of race, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, age or gender. As an organisation, we encourage applications from all backgrounds and will ensure measures are met when required, to allow a fair process throughout.

Grants Officer

  • £18 - £19 per hour

Working for prestigious not for profit organisation in their grants team.

This role can be on a remote or 2 days per week office based and initially be 2 -3 months but could be extended due to restructure

Job Scope


To act as a knowledgeable liaison for external researchers and administrators, providing advice, guidance and support on funding schemes, policies and grant management approach To support ongoing improvement in the context of grant-making and scheme development

Key responsibilities

  • To manage relationship with applicants as main point of contact throughout application process, preparing call documentation/forms, answering enquiries
  • To manage relationship with Panel members and external peer reviewers, including reviewing panel membership needs on annual basis, identifying and recruiting new members in line with diversity, equity and inclusion principles, inducting and retiring members
  • To conduct selection processes, including carrying out eligibility checks, managing panel assessment and external peer review, arranging applicant interviews and recording panel decisions
  • To act as Committee Secretary, supporting Chair and panel in an equitable award decision-making process, providing accurate information on all applications and briefings on funding related developments, organising meetings and preparing minutes
  • To carry-out post-Panel meeting outcomes, including preparing Grants Committee paperwork, preparing and issuing Award Letters, reviewing award financial breakdowns, setting up awards and payment profiles
  • To monitor progress of individual grants and manage individual case work decisions, including administer change requests, financial management of tenure changes, review annual reports and provide support, as main point of contact for award holders
  • To close grants, including scheduling and reviewing final reports and conducting reconciliation
  • To provide payment profile information for payment authorisation and assist budgeting and forecasting
  • To support the promotion of funding schemes and calls to key audiences, including giving presentations and participation in events
  • To be responsible for accurate record keeping and data collection/retention, and provision of data, analysis, reports & summaries of award/scheme-level information as required
  • Work collaboratively with others to support continuous ongoing improvement and implementation of good practice in the context of grant-making, including contributing to review of documentation, procedures and processes and scheme development/evaluation to ensure funding provision is relevant for the science community and is delivered efficiently and effectively
  • To support activities within the Grants team aimed at increasing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion including encouraging participation from under-represented groups and supporting the development and maintenance of policies and practices to foster greater inclusivity and to ensure that those who have followed a non-standard career path are encouraged to apply

We practice a diverse and inclusive recruitment process that ensures equal opportunity for all we work with, irrespective of race, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, age or gender. As an organisation, we encourage applications from all backgrounds and will ensure measures are met when required, to allow a fair process throughout.

Finance and Office Administration Officer

  • £26000 - £27000 per annum

Finance and Office Administration Officer

Pay: £26-27k (hourly rate will be based on salary)

Duration: 4 -8 weeks (possibly longer)

Hours: 35 per week

Work pattern: Hybrid working, 2 days in the office (City - London)

Start: w/c 15th August

Our client is a well established charity, created to support and encourage young people. They are currently looking for an Office Administrator with finance experience to assist them with their day to day activities. Such as the below:

Main responsibilities

Finance

  • Accounts payable and receivable
  • Bookkeeping duties
  • Ensure expenditure is correctly authorised before payment
  • Monthly payment run for invoices and expenses
  • Process incoming grant funds
  • Monthly bank reconciliation
  • Monthly credit / debit / payment card reconciliation
  • Monthly payroll alongside an external payroll company
  • Support year end accounts and audit process

Administration

  • Provide admin support for other departments as and when required
  • Cover and support Office Admin role

Other

  • Assist and support other finance or office related projects as and when required
  • To undertake other duties that may reasonably be required

Person Specification - Knowledge, experience, skills and abilities

  • At least 6 months experience working as a bookkeeper or equivalent
  • Advanced IT skills with proficient use of Microsoft Office suite including Microsoft Excel
  • Commitment to training and development
  • Attention to detail
  • Able to manage own workload and prioritise tasks without direct supervision
  • Excellent organisational ability and flexibility in managing a variety of duties concurrently
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills in writing and verbally
  • Able to work effectively as team player
  • Able to exhibit excellent discretion and adhere to professional standards and confidentiality

We practice a diverse and inclusive recruitment process that ensures equal opportunity for all we work with, irrespective of race, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, age or gender. As an organisation, we encourage applications from all backgrounds and will ensure measures are met when required, to allow a fair process throughout.

Stakeholder Engagement Officer

  • £25000 - £30000 per annum

Stakeholder Engagement Officer

Pay: Up to £30k (this be calculated on hourly basis)

Hours: 35 per week

Duration: 5-6 months

Location: Mostly remote but will need to go into the office from North London

Our client is a leading membership body based in London. They have an exciting opportunity available for an engagement professional to join their team and work alongside the Membership Development Manager.

Responsibilities will include:

  • Organise and deliver our student engagement programme, liaising with a broad range of stakeholders, including international student bodies, and supervising a network of volunteers.
  • Play a key part in supporting student recruitment, engagement and retention and it is vital to engage our student members with the full range of benefits and services available to them.
  • Deliver key initiatives and projects that enhance the overall student journey and student experience.
  • Take responsibility for supervising Campus Ambassadors and our network of volunteers.

What the client is looking for:

  • Proven experience of working in engaging and outreach
  • Experience of working with volunteers
  • Proven experience of stakeholder management
  • Proven ability to present information/provide public talks
  • An ability to deal tactfully with a wide range of people
  • Experience of communication across varied channels and to a broad range of stakeholders
  • Experience of administration and the successful management of multiple projects

We practice a diverse and inclusive recruitment process that ensures equal opportunity for all we work with, irrespective of race, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, age or gender. As an organisation, we encourage applications from all backgrounds and will ensure measures are met when required, to allow a fair process throughout.

Finance Officer - Part time

  • Up to £15 per hour

Finance Officer

Pay: £15ph

Type: Part time - 2 days a week for the first month and then 1 day a week thereafter

Hours: 9.00-5.00

Duration: on-going (up to 6 months, possibly longer)

Start: ASAP

Office based in North London

Our client is an independent charity that focuses on mental health. They are looking for a Finance professional to assist them on a temporary basis with processing and troubleshooting various accounts and transactions including payroll.

What the role involves:

  • Collect information for and prepare payroll payments for employees
  • Collect and enter data for various financial spreadsheets
  • Review and financial statements and reports, ensure all calculations and data entries are correct
  • Perform routine calculations to produce analyses and reports as requested by the Finance Manager or Director of Fundraising, Corporate Relations & Resources
  • Create, send, and follow up on purchase/creditors invoices
  • Work with the Finance Manager to reconcile any discrepancies
  • Assist the Finance Manager in creating financial reports on a regular basis
  • Suggest changes or improvements to increase accuracy, efficiency, and cost reductions.

What the client is looking for:

  • At least 3 years' experience of being in a finance role in an office environment or similar
  • Experience of working on payroll, SAGE and Excel spreadsheets at a highly skilled level
  • Skilled in SAGE, Excel, Word, Outlook, Microsoft Teams and Zoom
  • Excellent communication skills both verbal and in writing
  • Strong familiarity with business principles and practices

We practice a diverse and inclusive recruitment process that ensures equal opportunity for all we work with, irrespective of race, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, age or gender. As an organisation, we encourage applications from all backgrounds and will ensure measures are met when required, to allow a fair process throughout.

HR Advisor

  • £38000 - £40000 per annum

Hunter Merrifiled are working exclusively with a professional membership body within the health care sector to appoint an HR Advisor for its Human Resource department.
HR Advisor: 12 months FTC: Hybrid
Salary: £38000 - £40000 plus additional benefits
Purpose of the role - HR Advisor
  • To provide pro-active and day-to-day advice to heads of departments and managers on all people-related matters in line with policies and the ACAS code of practice.
  • Develop and deliver short bite-sized training sessions on people-related activities for managers including topics such as selection, performance development, early complaints resolution, managing attendance and adjustments.
  • To assist the Head of HR and HR Officer in the delivery of HR projects such as modernisation of our people policies and reviewing policies, induction, and performance management process to reflect hybrid working and EDI.
Main responsibilities - HR Advisor
  • Meet with managers monthly to review how new starters are settling in, address trends from staff survey feedback and exit interviews, provide early advice to help develop staff performance and personal/career development, good levels of attendance and engagement, build team morale and support managers in undertaking appraisals and staff one to ones.
  • Provide day to day advice and guidance to heads of department and managers on all people matters including probations, conduct, attendance (including Occupational Health referrals where needed), performance, pay and workplace adjustment needs.
  • Work with the HR Officer to develop and propose to the Head of HR a schedule of people related policies which need developing and updating. Produce first draft policy designs/updates which take account of EDI and Hybrid working model for review and sign off by Head of HR.
  • Recommend to Head of HR, develop, and deliver a suite of bit sized master classes for managers around key HR related topics such as recruitment, appraisal related activities, early resolution of staff complaints, supporting good attendance, staff with disabilities. Deliver agreed training plan.
Support Head of HR in the -
  • Launch and management of the new staff recognition scheme.
  • Delivery of other wellbeing initiatives as needed.
  • Analysis of staff pulse and subject matter surveys as needed.
  • Delivery of other projects as needed.
Person Specification: HR Advisor
  • CIPD level 5 or equivalent experience
  • Previous experience working in an HR environment within a membership or professional organisation.
  • Proficient user of IRIS or an equivalent HR database for administration, search and reporting purposes.
  • Experience of providing advice and guidance to managers on the full range of People matters.
  • Good working knowledge of employment law and ACAS code of practice
  • Experience of developing and updating HR related policies and procedures.
  • Previous experience of dealing with external service providers and negotiating and agreeing SLAs.
  • Demonstrable empathy with the principles and practice of equality and diversity.
  • Experience of coaching others.
  • Awareness of external factors and trends affecting people related activities.
Our client is committed to providing equal opportunities in employment and to avoiding unlawful discrimination. It values the differences that a diverse workforce brings to the organisation.
For more information on the HR Advisor role, please apply today or contact Hunter Merrifield.

We practice a diverse and inclusive recruitment process that ensures equal opportunity for all we work with, irrespective of race, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, age or gender. As an organisation, we encourage applications from all backgrounds and will ensure measures are met when required, to allow a fair process throughout.

Committee Manager

  • £45000 - £46000

Job Purpose:

To provide high quality committee services support for team, its key decision-making bodies and committees and any other board/committees of the authority as required; to provide day-to-day line management of relevant members of the Committee Services Team and Group staff as allocated. 

Principal Accountabilities:

  • To provide high quality clerking support to the Authority to ensure that the meetings and papers, its key decision-making committees and any other board/committees of the Authority as required are organised and managed to the highest standards

  • To undertake the full range of related activities including managing work programmes, scheduling of meetings, preparation of reports and agenda, drafting of accurate records of meetings and the provision of support for the scrutiny projects in accordance with the Directorate’s policies and procedures

  • To provide appropriate and timely procedural and business management advice to the chairs and members of the relevant bodies and senior officers to enable to meet its legal and statutory requirements in respect of its committee procedures and processes, timescales and business planning

  • To develop and maintain effective working relationships with Member Officers within the Secretariat, Senior Officers within the organisations to ensure appropriate and effective management of Assembly and committee business and continuous improvement in meeting-related activities, ensuring that all relevant people are properly briefed on key issues in advance of meetings. That early warning of issues is provided in a timely and effective manner and to initiate, co-ordinate and monitor action taken to implement decisions of committees and other bodies

  • To manage relevant members of the Committee Services Team and Group staff as allocated

  • To provide and/or support for the Committee Services Manager in managing day-to-day committee business, servicing meetings as required, providing staff resource to support meetings across the entire team’s area of responsibilities as required and undertaking such related duties as allocated

  • Contribute to the development, implementation and management of the governance framework, ensuring that business is conducted in accordance with policies and the Committee Services team’s ISO accredited Quality Management System

Person Specification:

  • Proven track record of success in managing formal committee meetings involving the decision-making processes in a high-profile and/or political organisation

  • Evidence of ability to interpret and apply relevant legislation

  • Awareness of current affairs

  • Proven track record of success in managing staff / teams

If you feel you fit the above criteria or would like more information on this role, please apply today.

Fund /Grants Manager

  • £34000 - £34000

The Fund Manager will manage the newly-established Challenge Fund. This will encompass both the development of the fund and its ongoing management. This role will lead on the processing and shortlisting of applications, processing payments to successful applicants and developing ongoing relationships with fund awardees ensuring that all timeframes for the application and post-award cycle are adhered to.

Key Duties:

  • To manage the fund application process, acknowledging and keeping a record of all submitted applications (and all relevant background information per application) and ensuring that they are processed in a timely manner

  • To manage a portfolio of live Challenge Fund awardees and monitor and report their progress towards agreed targets to ensure adherence to the fund terms and focus

  • To serve as the main point of contact to deliver advice and guidance to prospective and current funding recipients (eligibility, policies and any other Q&A) and to manage relationships with multiple fund applicants/holders

  • To compile regular evaluation reports on: annual spend, number of applications, the type of applying organisations and progress of fund holders for a comprehensive evaluation of the fund’s impact on its overall aims and objectives

  • To coordinate meetings with the reviewers (Executive Team), providing background information on Final-stage applications and taking minutes from the decision - making meetings

  • To possess a thorough understanding of the eligibility criteria of the fund and all relevant internal processes

  • To lead on the planning, marketing and launching of the funding rounds of the Challenge Fund

  • To ensure the timely payments of all approved grants.

  • To maintain comprehensive records and an up-to-date overview of the funds annual budget and spend

Personal Specification:

  • Experience of working in a fund or grant management role, managing the process of awarding funds to successful applicants based on robust eligibility and assessment criteria

  • Experience of working in a team and liaising with multiple stakeholders to meet key deadlines

  • Experience of working in a process-driven environment preferably in a similar grant-giving team/organisation

  • Experience of processing multiple payments of significant sums of money

  • Experience of developing and managing external relationships

  • Exposure to the fund’s areas of interest e.g. underrepresented communities, STEM education, academic research methods desirable but not essential

  • Prior use of online fund/grant application portals e.g. Awardsforce

If you feel you fit the above criteria or would like more information on this role, please apply today.

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