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Online Community Manager job in London, South East England

Online Community Manager job in London, South East England
  • PublishedNovember 26, 2022

London, South East England

 Permanent, full-time

 Work from home

VAC3649 – Online Community Manager

Location: Home based with UK-wide travel require

Please note the deadline for submitting applications for this vacancy is 12 noon on the closing date

Contract Type: Permanent

Location: Home based (UK-Wide)

Salary: £43,477 – £48,852 actual per annum (depending on skills and experience) plus London Allowance of £3,600 (if applicable)

Hours: 35 per week, some evening and weekend work may be required

Closing Date: 05 December 2022

Interview Date: TBC (via Zoom/Teams)

We reserve the right to close this vacancy early if we receive sufficient applications for the role. Therefore, if you are interested, please submit your application as early as possible.

About Alzheimer’s Society

Who we are

Alzheimer’s Society are a vital source of support and a powerful force for change for everyone affected by dementia

What we want

We will not rest until people with dementia and their carers live more fulfilled and less fearful lives, free from stigma and inequality.

What we do

  • We support people affected by dementia through some of the hardest and most frightening times, to improve their lives and help to avoid crisis.
  • No matter whoever you are, whatever you’re going through, you can turn to Alzheimer’s Society/us for expert support through practical advice, emotional support, and guidance for the best next step
  • We join forces with people affected by dementia, leading scientists and policy makers, amplifying voices to push for cutting edge breakthroughs and societal change that’ll improve the lives of people affected by dementia, now and in the future.

How we do it

We’re the friendly face of support, the warm voice at the end of the phone and the determined minds who will fight passionately for the cause of everyone affected by dementia.

About the role

We have an exciting opportunity to welcome Online Community Manager to our team. This role will give you a chance to really make a difference to people who need our support via our online community.

Dementia Talking Point, is a place to ask questions, share experiences and get information and practical tips about living with dementia. People can connect with someone who is going through a similar experience and receive valuable support to help ensure that no one feels alone when they are affected by dementia. The Dementia Talking Point team includes a small staff team and two teams of volunteers – hosts and moderators. Our volunteers greet new members of the community, edit content and provide guidance and support to all members.

To ensure we can meet the needs and demand to support people living with dementia and their carers when they need it most, we are looking for an experienced digital professional with online community experience to join our current leadership team. The role will manage a team of five staff and led the team to role manage the volunteers who support the service.

You will be responsible for the recruitment, supervision, appraisal, induction, development, training pathway and performance management of the team working within the service, in accordance with relevant policies and quality standards. You will also work closely with our Volunteering Development and People Team to ensure your team are recruited and on-boarded to deliver an effective service.

About you

  • An empathetic and organised individual who really understands the value of our online community and wider digital offer.
  • An experienced digital professional with online community experience.
  • Previous line management experience.
  • A well organised, methodical person who proactively seeks continuous improvement.
  • A passionate advocate of the service internally and externally.
  • Able to drive and implement changes and continuous improvement for the services and having the aptitude to challenge.
  • A strong digital acumen with a lens for managing online forums or similar community platforms.
  • Comfortable managing the digital platform and its associated technical dependencies, with the ability to present data, usage reports and trends to internal senior stakeholders and wider related audiences.
  • Digitally curious and keen to explore optimisation opportunities for our platforms, ensuring that changes reflect both the needs of service users and organisational need.
  • Able to work autonomously and will be a part of the Advice Services leadership team.
  • The role will be home based but there may be some occasions where you need to travel to an office for any training or meetings that cannot be completed remotely.

Please note, that for home-working roles, we require a reliable WiFi connection and a minimum 10Mb/s broadband.

For our home-working employees, we currently offer a home-working allowance of £26 pounds a month (full-time).

Alzheimer’s Society is committed to equal opportunities.

Alzheimer’s Society embraces diversity, inclusion and accessibility for all of our people. We are committed to building a diverse organisation that represents the communities we serve and ensuring inclusion in everything we do.

This means ensuring our recruitment processes are barrier-free and inclusive as possible to everyone. We will make adjustments for people who have a disability or long-term condition.

Please note: Some of our roles may require a criminal records check. You can find our policy here.

Recruitment agencies – please note we are not accepting any speculative CVs and communications from external recruiters.

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Senior Fundraising Officer job in London, South East England

 London, South East England

 Contract, full-time

 Be one of the first ten applicants

Senior Fundraising Officer

Are you looking for flexible/hybrid working? Do you want to develop your personal growth and work somewhere where you can be yourself and achieve success based only on your merit?

We have an exciting opportunity for a Senior Fundraising Officer to lead on the delivery of an individual giving and supporter engagement programme. So, whether you have previous fundraising, communications or marketing experience, get in touch today to find out more.

Position: Senior Fundraising Officer

Location: London/Hybrid, 2 days per week in the London office (however, the charity wants to get the best from you so are open to discussions around flexible/home working)

Hours: Full-time, 35 hours per week

Salary: £33,000 per annum plus fantastic benefits including paid development and wellbeing days every Friday!

Duration: 12-month fixed term contract

Close Date: Wednesday 7th December

Interviews (online): Thursday 15th December

The Role

Working closely with members of the Fundraising and Communications team, the Senior Fundraising Officer will lead on the delivery of elements of the individual giving and supporter engagement programme to extend reach, engage new audiences, and inspire people to support the organisations work. This role has a focus on major and mid-value giving, and regular giving.

You will move supporters who have signed up through the digital engagement programme through a journey of inspiration, action and loyalty, taking every opportunity to ensure members of the public feel valued and inspired and have interesting and engaging ways to get involved.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Create and deliver inspiring ways to attract new supporters and engage current supporters
  • Mid-value and major donor fundraising
  • Use data to provide insight and grow income

About You

As Senior Fundraising Officer, you will have excellent communication and organisation skills. You will use your passionate, creative nature to drive campaigns through the use of data and analytics and have previous experience in a fundraising or marketing role.

You will have experience of:

  • Developing, organising and delivering appeals, campaigns or events
  • Nurturing and developing relationships with groups, individuals, agencies, suppliers or partners
  • Writing high quality compelling copy, aimed at different audiences and encouraging positive action
  • Contributing to and monitoring budgets

You will be fluent in written and spoken English and proficient in MS Outlook, Word and Excel with the right to work in the UK.

In Return

The charity strongly advocate its DEI policy and a commitment to maintaining an inclusive workplace culture; and take pride in being inclusive, fair, equitable and transparent, so welcome a conversation about any DEI concerns you may have.

People from all backgrounds are welcomed. What’s important isn’t your level of education or the opportunities you’ve had, it’s about you and how you seize the opportunities ahead of you.

The Organisation

This international charity is dedicated to supporting local people to stop war and build lasting peace in some of the world’s most fragile countries.

The world is battling war and violence, and deadly conflict tears across communities around the world. It touches and destroys lives from Paris to Peshawar. The work of the organisation has never been more urgent.

Led by local people, it tackles the causes of violence at the root, and rebuilds lives after war has torn communities apart and is dedicated to making peace a practical option, ensuring local people have the skills and resources to make it a reality.

Benefits Include:

  • Flexible working opportunities – you can apply for flexible working as soon as you start working with us (as opposed to after the statutory 26 weeks’ service)
  • Half a day per week paid wellbeing time off for all staff (pro rata for part time staff)
  • Half a day per week paid L&D time for all staff (pro rata for part time staff)
  • 6% employer pension contribution
  • Hybrid working, staff can work a combination of office/home-base, with a minimum of 2 days per week in the office to support team and cross-team working.
  • 25 days annual leave, plus paid leave when the office closes between Christmas and New Year.
  • Training budget available for all staff
  • Cycle to work scheme, Techscheme (laptops etc.)
  • Study support – time off for exams, exam fees, study materials and professional body membership
  • A warm and friendly work environment!

You may also have experience in areas such as Fundraising, Fundraiser, Fundraising Officer, Senior Fundraiser, Senior Fundraising Officer, Lead Fundraising Officer, Lead Fundraiser, Engagement, Engagement Officer, Fundraising Engagement Officer, Fundraising and Communications, Supporter Engagement, Digital Engagement, Marketing and Communications, Income Generation, Income Generation Officer, Major Donor, Major Donor Fundraising, Major Donor Fundraising.

Please note this role is being advertised by NFP People on behalf of our client.

Required skills

  • Fundraising
  •  Fundraiser
  •  Fundraising Officer
  •  Senior Fundraiser
  •  Senior Fundraising Officer

Campaigns Officer job in London, South East England

 London, South East England

 Contract, full-time

 Be one of the first ten applicants

Charity People is delighted to be partnering with a fantastic, independent charity dedicated to giving disadvantaged children the literacy skills the need to succeed in their search for three new Campaigns Officers!

One person in six has poor literacy skills that impact on every area of their life. A child without good reading, writing and communication skills will struggle to succeed at school, and as an adult they could be locked out of the job market. Poverty doubles the likelihood that, by the age of five, a child’s literacy skills will be below average.

As Campaigns Officer, you will be responsible for delivering communications and behaviour change marketing campaigns in the charity’s hubs and other target areas.


Three Campaign Officer roles, 18 month contract positions – these roles are contract roles because they are funded the positions and the expectation is very much that they are longer term roles than the initial 18 month period


The charity offers a very flexible approach to working and this role can be undertaken fully remotely or on a hybrid basis between home and the London office. If working fully remotely the postholders will need to be able to get to the charity’s “hub” locations on occasion – these are in Blackpool, Black Country, Bradford, Birmingham, Doncaster, Hastings, Manchester, Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire Coast, Nottingham, Peterborough, Stoke, Suffolk and Swindon

Working Hours

Full time with flexibility around working patterns



This fantastic organisation gives children and young people from disadvantaged communities the literacy skills to succeed in life. They work with schools and other education settings, with communities and partners, and directly with children and families. Their research and analysis make them the leading authority on literacy and drive their interventions.

Now has never been a more important time to jump aboard because research shows that during the initial school closures in 2020, 3 in 5 children and young people said that reading made them feel better; 3 in 10 said that reading helped when they feel sad because they couldn’t see their friends!

Key responsibilities within the role will be as follows:

  • Build relationships and work with local partners including schools, libraries, early years settings, business, authors and illustrators, cultural and sporting partners and key local figures
  • Plan and deliver community events, initiatives and activities with partners, reaching local stakeholders and families
  • Work with Hub Managers and Campaigns Manager to understand Hub goals and target audiences, and develop, tailor and disseminate campaign messaging
  • Work with the research team to conduct appropriate consultation to develop key messaging using behavioural science frameworks
  • Plan and deliver a regular content schedule for Hub social media pages (Facebook or Instagram), working alongside the Hub Manager and national content team
  • Build partnerships with local media (including broadcast, online, print, education and parenting) in Hub areas
  • Write press releases, articles and quotes, working closely with media partners to deliver coverage containing key campaign messaging
  • Conduct consultation and focus groups to test messaging with target audience when planning and developing all campaign activity
  • Compile weekly roundup of internal highlights to send to colleagues;

Along with many more tasks that will pique your interest in this varied and busy role.

We’d love to see applications from people with the following skills and experience:

  • Planning, implementing, and evaluating campaigns, particularly with experience of working on behaviour change campaigns
  • Developing key messages aimed at changing consumer behaviours
  • Managing digital and social media accounts
  • Excellent working knowledge of Twitter and Facebook

This is the perfect role for someone keen with Assistant or Officer / Executive level experience to continue to develop their career. It’s also a great position for someone with bags of experience to work really closely with disadvantaged communities and see a real tangible different to people’s lives because of their campaigns.

So, if you have marketing experience and are a strong communicator with a flair for the creative; as well as being a highly organised team player, please reach out today!

If you’d like to be considered for this role please send your CV to or call on to have an initial chat about the position.

We will review applications on a rolling basis, so please send in your CV ASAP.

Charity People actively promotes equality, diversity and inclusion. We match charity needs with skills and experience of candidates, irrespective of age, disability (including hidden disabilities), race, religion or belief, gender, gender identity or gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, or sexual orientation. We do this because we know greater diversity will lead to even greater results for the charities we work with.

Please note, due to the number of applications we receive we aren’t always able to respond to unsuccessful candidates.

Senior Events Fundraiser job in  Sydenham, London

  Sydenham, London

 Permanent, full-time

 Be one of the first ten applicants

Senior Events Fundraiser

South East London

Full time, hybrid working available

Salary £35,000 + benefits

This is a fantastic opportunity to join an established local charity as a Senior Events Fundraiser. As part of the Community and Events Team, you will lead on delivering the programme of events from concept to completion.

Working with the Senior Fundraising Manager, you will help grow the portfolio of events, working collaboratively across the organisation to launch new initiatives, activities and events.

Senior Events Fundraiser – the role:

  • Responsible for the events fundraising programme, leading the delivery of the events strategy
  • Produce and maintain detailed event management plans including risk assessments and health and safety evaluations
  • Liaise with external contractors and organisations ie council, police, production companies
  • Recruiting and supporting participants in organised events and introducing new initiatives
  • Budget management
  • Research and maintain knowledge of the fundraising events market
  • Attend events and meetings to give presentations as a representative, to recruit participants and build awareness
  • Working with the Communications Team on design, delivery and promotion of all event materials

Senior Events Fundraiser – the person:

  • Proven experience in a similar events role within fundraising, marketing or sales
  • Experience of managing bespoke events
  • Customer focused
  • Enthusiastic and driven with a strong team working ethic
  • Confident and outgoing with excellent relationship skills
  • Driving license essential

To be successful in this role you should be experienced in events management, ideally within the fundraising market.

To find out more about this exciting opportunity please apply with your CV.

By applying for this role, you are consenting for us to hold and process your data in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulations. If you have any questions or wish to exercise your right to access, erase or restrict the holding or processing of your data please contact us and we will respond to your query as soon as possible.

To view other great opportunities please check out our website or call us for a confidential chat about upcoming opportunities.

Required skills

  • events manager
  •  fundraising manager
  •  events fundraiser

Digital Communications Officer job in  London, South East England

 London, South East England

 Permanent, full-time

 Be one of the first ten applicants


Digital Communications Officer

Two permanent roles offered on a hybrid basis with one day per week in the London office and the remainder from home

Salary is £33,000 to £35,000

Charity People is delighted to partnering with NewGlobe to recruit for two Digital Communications Officers to join its UK based team. A social enterprise, NewGlobe works alongside visionary governments to bring about transformation of public education systems. Their work is vital, urgent, and all-encompassing. Every day, NewGlobe works in partnership globally to solve what were once seen as intractable problems, and by doing so, ensures this generation will be able to grow up to lead more fulfilled lives, while simultaneously building economic prosperity for themselves, their communities, and the globe.

As Digital Communications Officer you’ll be supported and encouraged to use your full mind and heart each day.

The organisation

NewGlobe delivers rapid and dramatic improvements in learning outcomes at scale. Through building impactful partnerships and programmes, NewGlobe ensures that all children have access to an education that will develop their full potential and create a foundation for growth and prosperity.

NewGlobe leverages more than a decade of educational experience and proven impact in integrated school management, teacher professional development, instructional design innovation, technological system support, child-centred classroom practice, and parent engagement — all grounded in learning science — to ensure each teacher is empowered to engage children in transformational learning, and all children have the opportunity to develop to their full potential.

The roles

The Digital Communications Officers are part of the organisations Corporate Affairs Group; the eyes, ears, and public face of the organisation, it leads on strategy and is responsible for the public reputation of NewGlobe and its programmes, creating environments that support programmatic growth through engaging with stakeholders, influencing policy-making, and designing impactful communications.

As Digital Communications Officer you will work will colleagues internationally to help ensure that NewGlobe make the very best of their digital and social channels, keeping them up-to-date and full of excellent and relevant content; and ensure that the website and content is optimised to drive user engagement and retention. Core elements of your role will be:

  • To produce compelling written and visual social media content and deliver efficient and effective communication of projects, ideas, and activities.
  • The creation and management of visually engaging digital content for multiple platforms including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and websites using a variety of different tools such as Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator, and Canva.
  • Support in developing social media strategies and campaigns for significant global programmes across Africa and Asia.
  • Day-to-day management of all digital media channels, planning and scheduling content impactful and engaging content, designed to drive audience growth.
  • Take responsibility for maintaining and developing the NewGlobe website and its programme websites to ensure content is compelling and current.
  • Managing all SEO activities such as content strategy, link building, and keyword strategy to increase rankings on all major search networks. You will also manage all SEM campaigns on Google, Yahoo, and Bing to maximize ROI.
  • Work with the Digital Communications Manager to support the development of new features on the NewGlobe website and its programme websites, liaising with the development partners.
  • Use website and social media analytics to help improve reach and engagement and set measurable KPIs for growth.

Our ideal candidate will have experience in a digital communications role ideally working on international programmes. You will be a digital and social native, with proven SEO/SEM experience in managing all search engine optimization and marketing activities, WordPress front-end website management, social and digital monitoring, and reporting skills. You will also be an excellent writer, a planner, and creative with a keen sense of ownership, and the ability to work quickly to deadlines.

If that sounds like you and you’d like to find out more about the please do get in touch by sending your CV to or calling on to have an initial chat about the position.

We will review applications on a rolling basis, so please send in your CV ASAP.

Charity People actively promotes equality, diversity, and inclusion. We match charity needs with skills and experience of candidates, irrespective of age, disability (including hidden disabilities), race, religion or belief, gender, gender identity or gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, or sexual orientation. We do this because we know greater diversity will lead to even greater results for the charities we work with.

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