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RSPCA: Marketing Executive Donor Development
Salary: ££22,673.89 - £23,953.11 (plus 4K per annum market supplement)
Closing Date: 26 May
Location: Southwater, West Sussex
To work alongside the Marketing Manager and Senior Marketing Executive, in all aspects of RSPCA donor development fundraising. To maximise lifetime income from existing supporters, and identify and develop initiatives, drive growth and further the RSPCA brand. This involves the day to day stewardship and cultivation of supporters, running, managing and developing campaigns, administration, fulfilment processing and digital marketing to ensure donor fundraising targets are met.

Ramblers: Training and Quality Assurance Officer
Salary: 30,729 - 32,000
Closing Date: 29 May
Location: Birmingham

Join Britain’s biggest walking charity to help more people enjoy the benefits of walking. The Ramblers is looking to recruit a skilled and experienced individual to provide training and quality assurance support for Walking for Health schemes. This is an exciting time to join the Ramblers team and a great opportunity to make a lasting and tangible impact on the future success of the charity.

Marine Conservation Society: Team Assistant - Clean Seas/Pollution
Salary: £14,000 - £16,500 pro rata for contract term (£14,200-£17,100 actual)
Closing date: 31 May
Location: Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire

This is an ideal role for someone interested in environmental and/or marine issues, and you will be working across our full range of activities in the team – it will be at a high tempo every day – we know you might not know how to do all the tasks right now – but you’ll be the type to pick it up pretty quickly.There will be chat and interaction – you’ll need to be comfortable dealing with colleagues from all of our areas of work, with suppliers externally, our volunteers, and happy to answer calls from various sources – you’ll be giving your best in customer service and there will never a dull moment! You don’t need to know the answers but you’ll need show initiative in seeking out which of our experts will.

You’ll need a cool head and be good at juggling several jobs across the team – responding as priorities change, and always bringing a ‘can-do’ attitude. But if this sounds like your kind of challenge and you don’t think you’ll be a fish out of water – then we’d love to hear from you.

EIA: Head of Communications
Salary: £45,000 - £50,000 (depending on experience)
Closing date: 12 June
Location: Islington, London
The Head of Communications (HoC) will provide the necessary vision, leadership and related skills to enable the organisation to maximise its public facing profile for both campaigning and fundraising purposes, and work cooperatively with heads of other departments in EIA.
The HoC is responsible for the management and creative leadership of all EIA’s internal and external communications and participates as a member of the senior management team which is responsible for the overall strategic direction and success of EIA’s work.
The HoC is responsible for our brand projection, developing resources and systems to ensure our work reaches all targeted audiences and implementing strategies to preserve the integrity of EIA’s logo and name.
To set the vision and strategy for the communications department in line with EIA’s mission; line manage and develop the professional skills of the members of the communications department.

Greenpeace: Political Lobbying Network Coordinator (3 days per week)
£21,967- £25,711 per annum
Closing date: 12 June
Location: Islington, London
Reporting to the Head of Outreach, as a key member of the Greenpeace Outreach Team, with significant cross-over with the Politics Team in Greenpeace UK, our successful candidate will be responsible for providing oversight and analysis of the size, responsiveness, skills and morale of the network. You will also implement training, communication tools, co-ordination tools and management to increase the size, responsiveness and skills of the network.

You will work closely with project leaders, politics team and campaigners and/or through external coalitions to agree and develop the political lobbying work that will be delivered by the Political Lobbying Network (PLN), while also coordinating the materials, briefings, support and tactics for political pushes through the PLN. Agreeing a programme of qualitative and quantitative assessment of the impact of the PLNs’ campaigns is another vital requirement of the role.

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