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Current opportunities to join the team include:
Fundraising Events Coordinator
We are looking to recruit a Fundraising Events Coordinator to join the team and be responsible for managing our diverse portfolio of Special Events across the UK, including black tie dinners, charity race days, golf days and networking events amongst others.
Our successful candidate will be a dynamic and innovative individual who, as well as delivering a series of existing events, will look to identify opportunities to expand the event calendar by developing effective strategies and marketing plans designed to maximise income and broaden our supporter base. They will have a proven track record in event management (preferably in the fundraising sector), have excellent communication, planning and time management skills, and be able to prioritise a busy workload. They will also have the ability to manage and deliver fundraising budgets at a good return, regularly evaluating the financial viability of events and developing contingencies to address shortfalls.
Based at our offices in Milton Keynes, this is a full-time post (37.5 hours per week) offered at a salary of £27,540 per annum plus 25 days’ annual leave and usual Bank Holidays, pension scheme and life cover.
Closing date for applications is 5pm Friday 20th September
Interviews will be held in Milton Keynes on Monday 30th September 2019.
No CVs and no agencies please.
Supporter Care & Data Coordinator (Maternity Cover)
We have an exciting opportunity for a Supporter Care & Data Coordinator to join our team and help support our Individual Giving & Membership Manager in delivering a first-class engagement experience to our members and supporters.
Our ideal candidate will understand the principles of good data management, have the expertise to maintain and manipulate data and be able to put their strong CRM management experience to good use whilst delivering excellent supporter care. With a can-do attitude, a caring approach and attention to detail, they will also be a confident self-starter with excellent interpersonal, planning, IT and time management skills.
Based at our offices in Milton Keynes, this is a full-time maternity cover role (35 hours per week) and is offered at a salary of between £25,000 – £27,000 per annum depending on experience.
Closing date for applications is 5.00pm Friday 23 August 2019
Interviews will be held at SIA House, Milton Keynes on Monday 2 September 2019
Spinal Cord Injury Nurse Specialist (2 posts)
We passionately believe that people with a spinal cord injury should receive the specialist treatment, rehabilitation, care and support needed from the moment of injury or diagnosis and throughout their lives to become independent, empowered individuals leading fulfilled lives. We have an impressive track record of providing high impact, quality services for spinal cord injured people and their families for over 40 years, including our recently introduced SCI Nurse Specialist service.
The remit of this service is to ensure access to quality care provision for all spinal cord injured people by offering one-to-one support, guidance and advice and by working with those involved in their treatment and care to help improve knowledge of the condition. Demand for the service is such that we are now looking to expand our SCI Nurse Specialist team to help reach the ever growing number of spinal cord injured people that are unable to benefit from specialist rehabilitation and whose quality of life may be seriously impacted without expert support.
Working in designated geographic locations, our SCI Nurse Specialists will be highly motivated, skilled and enthusiastic individuals with the ability to diversify and engage with others across a range of settings, including acute care, rehabilitation facilities and out in the community. They will share and disseminate skills/knowledge to health care teams outside of the specialist setting, using excellent problem solving, communication and negotiation skills to help overcome any challenges. As strong team players they will work in an integrated way with other SIA teams and key stakeholders, making a positive contribution that will help bring about transformational change and ensure a fulfilled life for all those affected by spinal cord injury.
Geographic locations to be covered are the North East/Yorkshire region and the Midlands region so we particularly welcome applications from candidates living in these areas.
These roles are home-based and are full time (37.5 hours per week Monday to Friday), although part-time working will be considered for the right candidate. They are offered at a salary of £37,890 per annum plus 25 days leave, usual Bank Holidays, pension scheme and life cover.
Closing date for applications is 5.00pm Friday 6 September
Interviews will take place at SIA House, Milton Keynes on Tuesday 24 and Wednesday 25 September
We also have a number of volunteering opportunities – find out more here.
SIA is accredited as a ‘Disability Confident: Employer’ by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP). For more details about what this means, visit the DWP website.