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STOPGAP: Brand Editorial Co-ordinator

£27540 per annum: STOPGAP: An excellent Brand Editorial Co-ordinator role based in Birmingham paying £27,540 per annum. This is a great opportunity for someone with journalism or editorial experience to further develop their skills. Birmingham

KING EDWARDS SCHOOL: Deputy Development Director

£40 - £50k depending on experience: KING EDWARDS SCHOOL: King Edward’s School and King Edward VI High School for Girls, two of the best independent day schools in the country, seek a Deputy Development Director to play a pivotal role in raising funds for two major fundraising campaigns for Assisted Places. Edgbaston, BIrmingham

SENSE: Head of Finance - Accommodation Services

£44,566 – £50,818 per annum: SENSE: Sense are currently recruiting for a Head of Finance (Accommodation Services) based at our Birmingham Office, this is a full time permanent role with a salary of £44,566 – £50,818 per annum. Selly Oak, Birmingham, West Midlands

SROI Practitioner Training, London

Sector News - Tue, 30/09/2014 - 15:50

Want to make your organisation’s activities more effective for your stakeholders? Interested in demonstrating your hard work to partners, funders and social investors?

As a charity or social enterprise, a continual concern is how to improve the quality of service you provide for your stakeholders – which areas need attention, which are working well etc. Combined with a pressure to spend money wisely, it can sometimes be difficult to see where to innovate in your organisation. Given the additional pressures of maintaining accountability and transparency to investors and board members, this can lead an organisation to rocky waters.

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SROI Practitioner Training, Manchester

Sector News - Tue, 30/09/2014 - 15:49

Want to make your organisation’s activities more effective for your stakeholders? Interested in demonstrating your hard work to partners, funders and social investors?

As a charity or social enterprise, a continual concern is how to improve the quality of service you provide for your stakeholders – which areas need attention, which are working well etc. Combined with a pressure to spend money wisely, it can sometimes be difficult to see where to innovate in your organisation. Given the additional pressures of maintaining accountability and transparency to investors and board members, this can lead an organisation to rocky waters.

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SROI Practitioner Training

Sector News - Tue, 30/09/2014 - 15:47

Want to make your organisation’s activities more effective for your stakeholders? Interested in demonstrating your hard work to partners, funders and social investors?

As a charity or social enterprise, a continual concern is how to improve the quality of service you provide for your stakeholders – which areas need attention, which are working well etc. Combined with a pressure to spend money wisely, it can sometimes be difficult to see where to innovate in your organisation. Given the additional pressures of maintaining accountability and transparency to investors and board members, this can lead an organisation to rocky waters.

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SROI Practitioner Training

Sector News - Tue, 30/09/2014 - 15:42

Want to make your organisation’s activities more effective for your stakeholders? Interested in demonstrating your hard work to partners, funders and social investors?

As a charity or social enterprise, a continual concern is how to improve the quality of service you provide for your stakeholders – which areas need attention, which are working well etc. Combined with a pressure to spend money wisely, it can sometimes be difficult to see where to innovate in your organisation. Given the additional pressures of maintaining accountability and transparency to investors and board members, this can lead an organisation to rocky waters.

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Community radio licensing for East of England

Sector News - Tue, 30/09/2014 - 08:31

Ofcom is inviting applications for community radio licences in the East of England (with Northamptonshire and Milton Keynes), to be submitted by 16th December.

Community Media Association news item http://www.commedia.org.uk/news/2014/09/ofcom-radio-east-england/ or download the Ofcom details (pdf, 338KB).

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Coping with the Lobbying Act

Sector News - Tue, 30/09/2014 - 08:30

Some useful material for those considering whether their organisation needs to register under the Lobbying Act, now that it is fully in effect for the 2015 general election.

  •  NCVO has decided not to register with the Electoral Commission, and has shared its board paper, along with some notes on the process and discussion. This NCVO article looks to be very helpful.

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Delivering transformational change

Sector News - Tue, 30/09/2014 - 08:29

Personnel professionals body CIPD has produced a research report covering “some of the latest thinking and innovative ideas in the field of change management that can help to land transformational change”.

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Gift Aid on donations connected with admission

Sector News - Tue, 30/09/2014 - 08:27

HM Revenue and Customs has updated its Gift Aid guidance to explain that the terms and conditions attached to a donation that gives a right of admission to property cannot include a right to a full or partial refund of the admission payment, http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/charities/gift_aid/rules/admissions.htm#2a.

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Payments for military reservists

Sector News - Tue, 30/09/2014 - 08:26

New regulations on payments to military reservists come into force on 1st October – The Reserve Forces (Payments to Employers and Partners) Regulations 2014, http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2014/2410/contents/made.

At present, when called up, reservists are paid directly by the Ministry of Defence, and employers can claim expenses in respect of additional costs incurred. From October, small and medium employers will also be able to receive up to £500 per month for each full month a reservist is absent from work (reduced pro rata for parts of a month, or part-time workers).

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Proposed new quality standards for children’s homes

Sector News - Tue, 30/09/2014 - 08:25

The government is consulting on proposed revisions to the Children’s Homes Regulations 2001, including the introduction of new quality standards for children’s homes. Children’s homes would be required to show how they support young people and respond to their wishes.

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CREATIVE SUPPORT: Support Time Recovery Worker

Guardian Charity Jobs - West Midlands - Tue, 30/09/2014 - 00:00
Up to £13,904pa based on experience and qualifications: CREATIVE SUPPORT: Supporting individuals with mental health recovery needs in Birmingham Birmingham, West Midlands

CHM: Retail Sales Manager – New Store Opening

Guardian Charity Jobs - West Midlands - Tue, 30/09/2014 - 00:00
£8.89 per hour (£20,455 per annum): CHM: Do you have retail management experience? Would you like to join our client to lead their sales team at their new store in Cannock opening in November? Applynow! Cannock, Staffordshire

CREATIVE SUPPORT: Female Floating Support Worker

Guardian Charity Jobs - West Midlands - Tue, 30/09/2014 - 00:00
Up to £13,904pa based on experience and qualifications: CREATIVE SUPPORT: Our Dudley Services are looking for a warm, flexible and motivated individual to provide person centred support within the Carers Support Service. Dudley, West Midlands

CHM: Deputy Sales Manager (Retail) – New Store Opening

Guardian Charity Jobs - West Midlands - Tue, 30/09/2014 - 00:00
£8.19 per hour (£17,567 per annum): CHM: Do you have experience at supervisor level or above in a retail environment? Would you like to join our client to working alongside the store manager as part of their new sales team at their new store in Cannock opening in November? Apply now! Cannock, Staffordshire

After the independence referendum

Sector News - Mon, 29/09/2014 - 08:55

The Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations, the Scottish TUC and National Union of Students Scotland have issued a joint statement calling for a citizen-led process on Scotland’s future, following the renewed civic engagement around the referendum. SCVO news item.

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Possible future Labour policies for voluntary sector

Sector News - Mon, 29/09/2014 - 08:54

‘The Red Book of the Voluntary Sector’, which has contributions from a number of prominent Labour parliamentarians and thinkers setting out their vision for the future of charities in the UK, has been launched by the Charites Aid Foundation and charity chief executives body ACEVO at the Labour Party conference. Similar compilations are being published in connection with the Conservative and Liberal Democrat party conferences.

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Promoting meaningful sector transparency

Sector News - Mon, 29/09/2014 - 08:53

ActionAid has crowd-sourced a report on transparency “to improve policy and practice in the not-for-profit sector by bringing in comparative perspectives and highlighting examples of good practice, (working) with others to promote transparency that is meaningful and proportionate”. Collaborators include Amnesty International, BBC, Big Lottery Fund, Bond.

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