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Project Development Officer [Awareness Raising]
IPAC- OPTIONS
10 Month contract extendable subject to funding and organisation review
Part Time 15/16 hrs a week
Salary £20,000 pa pro-rata [Approx £10 / hr]
Closing DATE for applications 0900 am on Wednesday 4th December 2019.
Interview date Thursday 12th December 2019 in Wrexham.
Appointment start date Monday 6th January 2020 in Wrexham

IPAC Options is a faith-based charity providing a confidential pregnancy and post loss / abortion listening and support service.
Our Mission is to provide free impartial advice and confidential support to those women and men who are or have been experiencing emotional stress as a result of an unplanned or unwanted pregnancy.
IPAC is part of a national network of over 80 like-minded Independent Pregnancy Advisory centres.
The post of Development Officer is a new one, supported by the Community Fund and is focussed on raising awareness of the service and its availability from its Wrexham base across Chester & North Wales, alongside developing the organisation for expanded activity.
The person appointed to this post will have the opportunity to lead a small but highly committed team of specialist qualified counsellors and other supporters in the development of the charity, the expansion of the service and the development of the team.

Job Description, Person Specification and Application form available by email from info@ipac-options.org or text to 07749 391181 giving an email address for reply.

For more information about IPAC Options go to https://www.ipacoptions.org/


Community Fundraiser
The NeuroMuscular Centre

£22k (negotiable)

A fantastic opportunity has arisen at a Cheshire disability charity for someone to join the fundraising team in a community fundraising capacity. With an existing portfolio of community events and volunteer groups, this role offers the opportunity to increase income through these – but also grow new fundraising opportunities within the community. The role involves fundraising through all the usual community channels (rotaries, schools, volunteer groups) and also working with local businesses with a view to expanding corporate relationships.
To be considered for this role you must be an enthusiastic and highly motivated fundraiser looking to inspire those around you to raise income for our growing charity. You should be organised and self-driven and have an aptitude for maintaining strong relationships. Experience working toward targets is essential, as is a knowledge of fundraising and volunteer management.

Key Responsibilities:
• Developing, building and maintaining strong relationships with supporters in local communities
• Facilitating events and activities to reach agreed budgets and targets
• Recruiting, training, coaching, retaining and supporting volunteers in line with the current volunteer strategy in place

The Candidate:
• Community Fundraising experience and expertise, including the delivery of supporter led income.
• Good communication skills, both written and verbal with the ability to interact with internal and external stakeholders.
• Ability to put the supporter at the centre of everything we do and adapt behaviour or communications appropriately to provide the very best experience for supporter.
• Ability to work from own initiative and independently with an adaptable flexible approach.
• Ability to manage own time and prioritise to deliver results within agreed timescales.
• Confident public speaker.
• Have a full UK Driving Licence and access to a car
This is an exciting opportunity, with very active volunteers already in place and the chance to put your own stamp on the role.
For an informal chat please contact Claire James, Marketing Manager on 01606 861733.


Events Manager
The NeuroMuscular Centre

£24k (negotiable)

A fantastic opportunity has arisen at a Cheshire disability charity for someone to join the fundraising team as Events Manager. With an existing portfolio of Fundraising Events, this role offers the opportunity to increase income through these – but also develop new, innovative events to engage our existing supporter base and encourage new support.
To be considered for this role you must be an enthusiastic and highly motivated Events Manager, ideally with Fundraising experience looking to raise income for our growing charity. You should be organised and self-driven and have an aptitude for maintaining strong relationships. Experience working toward targets is essential, as is a knowledge of fundraising, events and volunteer management.

Key Responsibilities:
• Developing, building and maintaining a vibrant and varied collection of Fundraising Events, including an annual Celebrity Carol Concert, an outdoor tribute show, luncheons, quizzes, and various sporting challenge events
• Facilitating events to reach agreed budgets and targets, maximising income through ticket sales, raffles, auctions, sponsorship and advertising opportunities
• Effective negotiation with suppliers and venues to ensure value for money
• Recruiting, training, coaching, retaining and supporting volunteers at events

The Candidate:
• Events Management experience and expertise, ideally within a Fundraising setting.
• Good communication skills, both written and verbal with the ability to interact with internal and external stakeholders.
• Ability to put the supporter at the centre of everything we do and adapt behaviour or communications appropriately to provide the very best experience for supporter.
• Ability to work from own initiative and independently with an adaptable flexible approach.
• Ability to manage own time and prioritise to deliver results within agreed timescales.
• Have a full UK Driving Licence and access to a car
This is an exciting opportunity, with an exciting calendar already in place and the chance to put your own stamp on the role. For an informal chat please contact Claire James, Marketing Manager on 01606 861733.


TCC (Trefnu Cymunedol Cymru / Together Creating Communities)

Communications officer

Wrexham,

14 – 22.5 hours a week

Having recently increased our staff team of community organisers, TCC (Trefnu Cymunedol Cymru / Together Creating Communities) now needs a communications officer to support our campaigns by increasing our online presence, capturing people’s stories, and producing engaging communications for our members and supporters.  For more details please visit the TCC website

Closing date for applications: 13th November 2019.