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BlindAmbition
Jul 24, 2021
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37 hours per week (Mon – Fri) Salary: from £22,500 to £25,074 according to experience Location: York Hospital We are pleased to announce this exciting opportunity to join our team as part of the Eye Clinic Support Service. In this role, you will be a vital member of the team working directly with people diagnosed with conditions causing sight loss. You will provide critical emotional support, information and guidance face to face within a hospital setting, in community locations and via digital platforms as required. Each day you will support people affected by sight loss to identify their needs, access information and make informed choices which enable and empower them to maintain their independence. You will have significant experience of delivering health or social care support services. Key to this role will be your excellent communication and relationship building skills with patients, clinicians and a wide range of cross-sector partners. You must be able to work on your own initiative, have excellent organisational skills and be a confident user of multiple IT systems. Appointment is subject to Disclosure and Barring Service and satisfactory references. How to apply · Please download the full job description and application form here. · Please send your completed application form FAO Recruitment to hello@mysightyork.org Closing date: 5pm Monday 26th July 2021 Interviews to be held: Friday 30th July 2021
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BlindAmbition
Jul 24, 2021
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35 hours per week to be worked Monday to Friday (and some weekends) Salary: £13.03 per hour Location: York MySight York is a thriving local charity in York providing a varied range of services that help people live well with sight loss. We have a great opportunity to join our team as a Fundraising Manager. In this role, you will be a vital member of the team, responsible for leading on all income generating activities of the organisation. You will be responsible for the submission of high quality trust applications whilst leading on legacy giving and corporate partnerships. You will work with the Chief Executive to develop and deliver a robust Fundraising Strategy whilst increasing awareness of the needs of people with sight loss and the positive difference MySight York make to the lives of blind and partially sighted people, their friends and families. Key to this role will be your knowledge of fundraising at different levels, including experience of “making the ask” for support. Appointment is subject to Disclosure and Barring Service and satisfactory references. How to apply · Please download the full job description and application form here. · Please send your completed application form FAO Recruitment to hello@mysightyork.org Closing date: 5pm Monday 2nd August Interviews to be arranged: Friday 6th August
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BlindAmbition
Jul 20, 2021
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Fundraising and Communication Manager: Kingston Association for the Blind Job Advert, Job Description and Job Spec. These can also be downloaded from their website, www.kingstonassociationforblind.org. Email address for applications kingstonassoc@btconnect.com Postal address: Jean Warwick Kingston Association for the Blind 2A Sussex Road New Malden Surrey KT3 3PY. Telephone: 020 8605 0060 or 07458 301583.
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BlindAmbition
Jul 20, 2021
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Job Advert, Job Description and Job Spec. These can also be downloaded from their website, www.kingstonassociationforblind.org. Email address for applications kingstonassoc@btconnect.com Postal address: Jean Warwick Kingston Association for the Blind 2A Sussex Road New Malden Surrey KT3 3PY. Telephone: 020 8605 0060 or 07458 301583.
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BlindAmbition
Jul 20, 2021
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The Sony Music Internship is a 12 month paid industry placement scheme. During your time at Sony Music you will work alongside some of the most talented teams and gain an in depth understanding of a specific department at Sony Music UK. If you are ready to make your mark and take the next step in your music business career, we want to hear from you! We are looking for ambitious and creative thinkers, doers and team players who will help us on our quest to influence music globally. Follow the link below to apply now! Applications close 9pm on Sunday 1 st August 2021. What are the different opportunities? We have opportunities in digital, marketing and promo across the front-line labels including Columbia, RCA, Black Butter and Ministry of Sound. There are marketing opportunities at Music for Nations, Commercial Music Group and UK International Marketing. We have exciting opportunities across 4 th Floor Creative including design, video production, production, brands, analytics, synch, insight and CRM. We also have opportunities in our central teams such as Business Development, Finance and HR. Follow the link to see the individual roles. Day to day you will report into a specific department and have an integral part to play alongside the teams that bring the music to life. Over the 12 months, there is a programme of interactive workshops where you will get to network with senior music execs and learn more about life at a major record company. The internship also comes with a few perks! How to apply: Follow the links below to our website where you will see detailed descriptions for each role. Please take some time to consider each opportunity and think about the role that’s best suited to your skillset and most aligns with what you want to do in the future. If you require any further assistance, additional support or reasonable adjustments please call 02073618000 ask for Talent Acquisition and say you are interested in the internship advert referred by BlindAmbition. If you have any problems please email contact@blindambition.co.uk. Sony Music has worked with BlindAmbition to better support disabled applicants. You will need to complete an application form and submit a CV and video cover letter. Due to the ongoing Covid 19 restrictions, all initial recruitment stages will take place virtually. If you are invited for interview you will not be required to attend an onsite interview in London unless it is safe to do so. If you require any reasonable adjustments to the process, please call us on 020 7361 8000 and reception will take your details and a member of the recruitment team will call you back. Or you can email us directly at sonyinternshipsuk@sonymusic.com Things to note: We do not require you to have a degree or qualification in order to apply for the internships but you do need to be over 18. The start date for the programme will be in January 2022 We will get back to you on the status of your application by September 2021. There will be 3 rounds of interviews to complete from September to November, the recruitment process will be a mixture of virtual and in-person interviews, but this will be determined by Covid restrictions and government guidelines at the time of the interview. Internships (click links below) HR - Diversity & Inclusion Intern Analytics Intern Brand Partnerships Intern Business Analyst Intern Music for Nations Marketing Intern RCA Marketing and Digital Intern RCA Promotions Intern Royalties Intern Synch Intern UK International Marketing Intern Visual Creative Intern - Design Visual Creative Intern - Production Visual Creative Intern - Video Production Columbia Marketing Intern Columbia Promotions Intern - Radio & Streaming Team Commercial Group International Marketing Intern Commercial Group Marketing Intern CRM Intern Curation Marketing Intern - Ministry of Sound Digital Marketing Intern - Ministry of Sound Digital Partnerships Intern Finance Intern Insight Intern Black Butter Marketing and Digital Intern
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BlindAmbition
Jul 09, 2021
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RNIB’s Trainee Grade Scheme (TGS) is open to blind and partially sighted candidates only. This scheme gives those with sight loss a great way to get their ‘foot in the door’ and gain some really valuable and varied work experience, whilst earning a salary. Job details Job title: Trainee Reading Services Assistant - Bookshare Job reference: REQ0001003 Date posted: 02/07/2021 Application closing date: 18/07/2021 Location: Peterborough - Northminster House Salary: £19,420 per annum Contract type: FTC 12 months Hours: 36 hours per week Package: 26 days holiday per year (plus bank holidays), which increase with service. Excellent pension schemes Job category/type: Customer Support Job description Runner-up in the Education category at the Charity Awards 2019, RNIB Bookshare is a fast-growing, free online resource that provides UK curriculum and leisure materials in a wide range of accessible digital formats that can be adapted to suit the personal reading needs of learners with print-disabilities, giving them equal and independent access alongside that of their peers. The service provides publishers with a single point of contact, enabling them to make their accessible files available to print-disabled learners - and the educators supporting them – quickly and in a cost-efficient manner. The service works with publishers and content providers to improve their workflows to ensure books reach learners more quickly, but also to encourage and advise on the creation of born accessible content. You will join the RNIB Bookshare team, as a trainee, in an exciting period of rapid growth and change, delivering an exemplary service of providing accessible education and leisure titles to support the needs of learners with print-disabilities. You will gain the skills required to support the expansion of RNIB Bookshare’s rapidly growing collection, building networks and publisher partnerships. You will work alongside your colleagues and team leader, developing strong skills in customer engagement and interaction, with students, staff and content providers; ensuring you play a key role in delivering an excellent user experience for our customers. You will be supported in co-ordinating the expansion of the service to new customers and publishers, helping to grow our reach across the education and publishing sectors. With a keen interest in accessibility and education, you will have first-hand experience and an appreciation of the issues faced by people with sight loss. You'll be prepared to work as part of a multi-skilled team to contribute to the development of the RNIB Bookshare Service and grow our reach at both a customer and stakeholder level. If you would like to apply for this great job opportunity please review the documents linked below, then select “Apply Online” at the bottom of the page: https://ce0082li.webitrent.com/ce0082li_webrecruitment/wrd/run/ETREC107GF.open?VACANCY_ID=6126977ixA&WVID=6495086JbM&LANG=USA London Vision Networks London Vision networks@londonvision.org www.londonvision.org Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram Supporting blind and partially sighted people who live, work and study in London Registered Charity Number 1183741 London Vision is supported by Thomas Pocklington Trust. www.pocklington-trust.org.uk NOTICE: The information contained in this email and any attachments is confidential and may be privileged. If you are not the intended recipient you should not use, disclose, distribute or copy any of the content of it or of any attachment; you are requested to notify the sender immediately and then to delete it and any attachments from your system. Please note that the statements and views expressed in this email and any attachments are those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of London Vision.
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BlindAmbition
Jun 30, 2021
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Programme Support Coordinator Disability Action Haringey London, Greater London £25,000 - £27,000 per year Contract, fixed term for 24 months We will consider job share for this post. Job description As someone who has lived experience of disability you will be providing support to disabled people with a range of disabilities to enable them to have access to the personal assistant platform and to have greater choice and control over their care and support needs. About the organisation: Disability Action Haringey is a new Deaf and Disabled Peoples Organisation that provides disabled people with life opportunities of their choice. This post will be offered on an initial fixed-term contract for a period of 24 months. The successful candidate/s will be a person who defines themselves as disabled and will be part of a team that delivers innovative and sustainable services. Disability Action Haringey is in the early stages of development, we have recently appointed our first Chief Executive Officer, secured Charity registration and will be operating as a Charitable Incorporated Organisation. As a user-led, pan-disability Deaf and Disabled Peoples Organisation delivering services, the Trustees are passionate in ensuring Haringey becomes a more inclusive borough where disabled people are seen for their valuable contribution to society and where disabled people have the same lifetime opportunities as non-disabled people. About the role: This is a new role in a newly formed organisation. Programme Support Coordinator, you will be expected to:  Oversee the smooth operation of the PA register to meet the needs of direct payment holders in Haringey.  Provide training sessions to raise awareness of the PA register to direct payment holders.  Develop a PA market by raising awareness of the PA register to stakeholders, voluntary organisations and Haringey residents interested in becoming a PA.  Support direct payment holders with the recruitment process This is an exciting opportunity to provide disabled people with choice, control and independence in their life. How to apply Stage 1 Applicants must send both a covering letter and CV. Your covering letter should give clear evidence, with examples, of how you meet all parts of the Person Specification. If applicants only send a CV, their application will be rejected. Further details and a job description can be download here from Charity job website The closing date for applications is midday, Friday 2 nd July . Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and, unfortunately, we are unable to provide feedback to candidates who have not been shortlisted. If applicants have not heard from us after four weeks, they can assume that, unfortunately, they have not been selected for interview. Stage 2 Interviews will be carried out on rolling basis. All interviews will be conducted virtually on Microsoft Teams. The successful candidate/s will be offered the position of Programme Support Coordinator subject to an enhanced DBS check and satisfactory references. Disability Action Haringey is committed to encouraging inclusion, equality, and diversity amongst our workforce and eliminating unlawful discrimination, harassment, and victimisation by complying with the Equality Act 2010. We welcome applications from the Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic Communities, Deaf people and anyone from the LGBTQ+ community. We want a working environment where individual differences and the contributions of all staff are recognised and valued. To do this, we will proactively tackle discrimination and disadvantage and ensure that no individual or group is directly or indirectly discriminated against for any reason. We expect all Disability Action Haringey employees to champion and live our values through their work at every opportunity.
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BlindAmbition
Jun 30, 2021
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Job Description Job title: Fundraiser (Trusts & Foundations) Reporting to: Chief Executive Weekly Hours: Part time (21hrs per week) Annual Salary: £32,500 to £35,000 per year Benefits: 5% Pension, Parking, Personal Development & more. Background: Croydon Vision (CV) is focused on transforming lives, the journey to independence. Over the past few years, we have worked together to establish our values and steer change in a direction that promotes a growth mindset – an inward/out approach. We have seen a 42% income growth from 2018 to 2020. We’ve now stepped into phase 2 and the team is taking the organisation from good to great, focused on Purpose, People and Performance. Our centenary is fast approaching in 2023 and our mission is to build for the next 100 years. We are looking for an exceptional fundraiser, someone with individual brilliance, creative and takes ownership of their work. We want to reach more people with sight loss; to transform lives as well as increase our turnover to £1m by 2023. Does the above resonate? - come join us as we paint the next 100years… Objectives of the Fundraiser (Trusts & Foundations): · To implement a plan of action and raise income in line with CV’s fundraising strategy. · To secure a ROI ratio of at least 1:5 by the end of year 1 · To provide excellent stewardship to existing and prospective donors. · To drive 1 of 5 key priorities (strategic plan); sustainable reach. · To prepare applications, cases for support and monitoring and evaluation framework - in line with funders’ criteria, working in conjunction with the Senior Team. · To lead fundraising (Trusts & Foundations for our centenary appeal) · Having a drive for personal development, sharing and learning as a team. Income Generation · To proactively research Trust and Foundation funders, identify those with high value and long-term income growthpotential, and deliver a 6monthly portfolio of funding applications. · Write accurate,compelling, and persuasive applications to Trusts and Foundations for both core and project funding in line with CV’s strategic plan; keeping up to date with currentpriorities. · To contribute to the preparation of monitoring and evaluation, impact and donor reports; ensuring all requirements are met. · Represent the organisation to external stakeholders (including funders) at meetings, events and showcases (physical and online). · Contribute to innovation and creative thinking to enable CV to see growth in trading and income generation activities. · To provide quarterly report to the CEO, actual against targets for performance measurements. Learning & Growth Understanding the impact of sight loss, living with sight loss and the transformational journey to independence. · A growing person adds greater value, therefore, being part of CV’s book club; learning and sharing is essential. · Responsible for recognising the importance of taking care of own well-being and take advantage of well-being initiatives offered by CV. · Tomaintain up to date knowledgeon external fundraising environment, including attendance at learning and development events. Connecting Hearts & Minds… · To engage with members, volunteers, and staff to fully understand the story and culture of CV and then align with donors’ requirements. · Understanding the values of CV and adopting daily. · To maintain a range of financialand portfolio data on activeand prospective donors using agreedsystems. · To acknowledge individual giving with a personal touch of thanks. · To generate social media contents relevant to fundraising, demonstrating performance, impact and social value. · To exemplify the employee handbook, policies, and procedures and undertake any other duty commensurate with our goals. Model Person Specification – Fundraiser (Trusts & Foundations) Essential and desirable skills, abilities, experience, knowledge, and special requirements for the post. This form also indicates how the different requirements may be assessed during the selection process: A = Application Form, I = Interview ESSENTIAL A I Education and qualifications Educated to degree level x x Experience for this role At least 2 years recent successful experience of Trusts and Foundations fundraising (individually or as part of team) x x At least 3years experience in the use of computerised systems and software’s – office 365, SharePoint, CRM database, Microsoft packages x x At least 2 years’ experience of creating powerful cases for support (Trusts, Foundations and/or individual donors) X x Skills, Knowledge and Abilities x x Financial management skills required to create and manage budgets (basic level with opportunity to grow) x Knowledge of a range of fundraising research and prioritisation tools x x Excellent written communication skills required for writing compelling cases for support, letters, board reports, social media content and concise impact reports x x Strong oral communication skills required for communicating effectively with a range of stakeholders’ face to face, by telephone or online. x Strong teamwork skills required for working well with others to deliver positive outcomes for CV (trustees, volunteers, staff, members and partners), x Strong project and workload management skills required for maximum performance and effectiveness in your role x x Understanding of professional confidentiality and safeguarding x x An understanding of some of the key challenges facing charities in 2021/22 An understanding of Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) as it applies to fundraising and the wider work of CV x x An understanding of a range of monitoring, evaluation and impact measurement tools required to demonstrate success to Trusts and Foundations Application and Selection Process – Dates for your diary: Application’s Closing Date 10th July 2021 Selection and Interview Process 19th & 21st July 2021 Appointment & Start date (subject to requirement) August or September
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BlindAmbition
Jun 30, 2021
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