We currently looking to fill two positions:

Part Time Major Donor Fundraiser

Maintenance Team Administrator


Please see below for details of both positions

 

  • Part Time Major Donors Fundraiser

    Reporting to: Chief Executive

    PURPOSE OF THE ROLE

    • To nurture and maintain existing relationships with current major donors and high net worth major donor’s prospects and to develop new relationships.
    • To work towards monitoring and achieving JBD’s income targets for new and existing major donors.
    • To identify and recruit major donors through organisational networks, external research and a rolling programme of targeted networking events and activities.
    • To identify and optimise the contribution of major donor giving through JBD’s events.
    • To work with other fundraising colleagues, to maximise the potential of a major donor or prospect in the most appropriate way.
    • To be Jewish Blind & Disabled's expert on major donor fundraising.

    To set up and maintain internal systems and processes to ensure all major donors are appropriately developed and supported.

     

    KEY TASKS

    • To be responsible for initiating, establishing and proactively managing relationships with major donors. This includes making frequent personal contact with donors, developing relationships in order to maximise their support, creating development plans, organising events and networking opportunities.
    • To develop, launch, promote and maintain a Patrons Scheme for major donors.
    • Write and prepare correspondence and materials for donors and prospects, ensuring they are appropriate for each individual, as well as reports on the use of gifts as needed.
    • Communicate directly with donors by phone and in person, providing general information, assistance, and follow-up as requested by them.
    • Conduct research on donor giving interests and histories and compile all necessary reports.
    • Plan and coordinate all major donor visits, cultivation meetings and attendance at special events; and prepare briefings for these visits and meetings.
    • Identify major donor prospects by working with the Chief Executive and other fundraising staff. Also identify new prospects from a variety of other sources.
    • Analyse Jewish Blind & Disabled's major donor programme on a regular basis, monitor its progress towards goals and plan its expansion and future growth.
    • Maintain accurate information on the database by keeping up-to-date records of all communications with donors and potential donors.
    • Ensure all major donors are aware of Jewish Blind & Disabled's legacy giving programme.

     

    Person Specification

    Experience

    • Proven experience and track record of personally securing major donors.
    • Experienced in face to face asking, for high level funds
    • Experience of developing substantial new income streams from a range of sources.
    • Experience of delivering effective and practical fundraising strategies.


    Skills, Knowledge and Aptitudes

    • A sound understanding of fundraising techniques and processes.
    • An understanding of what motivates people to give.
    • Strong and persuasive written and verbal communications skills and an ability to listen.
    • Resilient and resourceful with high levels of energy.
    • Proactive, driven and impatient
    • Ability to communicate with, and enthuse, a wide variety of people in an approachable and professional manner, whilst demonstrating a passion for the work of JBD.
    • Ability to develop and maintain strong working relationships with donors.
    • Strong team work and collaborative skills.
    • Ability to make presentations at Board level and to other senior, or large, audiences.
    • Excellent organisational skills and an ability to manage competing priorities
    • Self-starting, creative and empathetic approach.
    • Proficient in the use of MS Office applications.
    • Ability to work flexibly, including some evenings as required
    • Thorough knowledge of the Anglo-Jewish community and its leading philanthropists

      

     

    GENERAL STATEMENT OF TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT 

    DBS:

     

    All posts are subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) disclosure.

     

    Probationary Period:

     

    All posts are subject to a probationary period which may be extended if deemed necessary.

     

    Office Hours:

     

    Office based roles:

    Normal office hours for full-time employees are Monday to Thursday 9am – 5.30pm with a 1 hour unpaid lunch break and Friday 9am – 2pm

     

    Non office based roles:

    Actual hours will depend on the post and location.

     

    Annual Salary:

     

    Salaries are paid monthly in arrears on the last Friday of each month.

     

    Salaries are reviewed annually in January. 

     

    JBD reserves the right to deduct from pay any amounts which are owed by you to the organisation, e.g. over payment of salary.

    Holiday Entitlement:

     

    Annual leave will be based on a full time entitlement of 20 days’ paid holiday and 8 Bank Holidays (pro-rata for part-time employees).

     

    The holiday year runs from the January to December.  Holiday entitlement increases with length of service, rising by three days per annum after three years of completed service and a further two days after five years completed service up to 25 days (plus BH).

     

    Sickness:

     

    Up to 1 years continuous service – SSP only (where applicable)

    1 but less than 3 years’ service -  2 weeks at your basic rate of pay

    3 but less than 5 years’ service -  4 weeks at your basic rate of pay

    5 years’ service or more - 8 weeks at your basic rate of pay then 8 weeks at 50% of your basic rate of pay.

    Pension and other benefits:

     

    On successful completion of your probationary period, you will be eligible to join the company pension scheme and Health Cash Plan.

    Notice:

     

    Employees are required to give the following periods of notice:

     

    Under 1 month’s service – nil

    During the probationary period (after 1 months’ service)  – 1 week

    On successful completion of  your probationary period and thereafter  – 1 month

     

    All notice must be in writing

    Policies & Procedures:

     

    Jewish Blind & Disabled has a range of policies and procedures to support its staff in their work. These include Data Protection, Confidentiality, Health & Safety, Equal Opportunities, Grievance and Disciplinary Procedures. All employees are bound by JBD’s policies and procedures.

     

    Additional Rules:

     

    Employees are required to disclose any other employment, which you undertake whilst in JBD’s employment

    Kosher Buildings:

     

    As JBD is a Jewish organisation there are certain rules regarding food that must not be contravened. For example no meat, meat products, shell fish or certain other fish may be brought into office buildings and only Kosher products may be brought into residential buildings. During Passover leavened products are also excluded.

     

    Collective Agreements:

     

    These terms and conditions are not bound by any collective agreements

     

     

    Salary: up to £30K per annum pro rata dependent on skills and experience 

     Hours: 2 – 2 ½ days per week flexible for the right candidate

    Full time hours - Monday – Thursday 9:00 am – 5.30 pm & Friday 9:00 am to 2:00 pm (35 hours per week)

    Holidays: 28 days per annum (inc bank holidays) plus all Jewish Holidays. Pro rata for part time staff.

    Job Type:     Permanent

    Location:     Head Office – Mill Hill East

     

  • Maintenance Team Administrator

    RESPONSIBLE TO: Director of Property & Development

    KEY OBJECTIVES OF THE POST

    • To support the Director of Property & Development and the maintenance team in the implementation of departmental strategy.
    • In relation to Property matters, to be a main point of contact with House Managers throughout all of the Jewish Blind & Disabled buildings.
    • To manage and coordinate all administrative activities related to the Property team to ensure tenant and contractor enquiries are promptly dealt with.
    • To liaise with and book maintenance contractors as required

     

    MAIN DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

    • To co-ordinate day-to-day administration relating to the property department including reviewing, monitoring and documenting the maintenance lists and the departmental WhatsApp group, reviewing and updating contractors compliance documentation, updating the departmental calendar, researching and ordering materials, completing F1 forms, reviewing weekly and monthly H&S forms and documenting actions arising, recording updates on void refurbishments 
    • To respond and document tenants, House Managers and contractors phone calls and emails
    • Cost repairs and planned maintenance covering all JBD/CHT properties as guided by the Property & Development Director for approval
    • To monitor contractors’ / suppliers’ invoices and obtain Manager’s approval
    • Ensuring annual maintenance is carried out, and records kept, for specific disability equipment for which this is a requirement e.g. clos-o-mat toilets, ceiling hoists etc. and ensuring that such equipment is always re-commissioned prior to being used by new tenant.
    • Ensure all annual maintenance is carried out including fixed and portable appliance testing, Pest Control, Tunstall warden call system etc Record all maintenance.
    • To co-ordinate and maintain a list of emergency call-out telephone numbers of contractors and services. 
    • To respond to all tenancy notices and follow appropriate process
    • To assisting with day to day property management issues
    • To ensure that all maintenance processes are documented and available for reference in the event of absence or change of personnel.
    • To contribute as a key member of the Property & Development Team and to work collaboratively across the charity.
    • To carry out general office administrative duties and assist the team to ensure the smooth running of the office
    • Ensuring an excellent standard of customer service is provided and upheld at all times

     

    OTHER

    •  To carry out any other reasonable duties as requested by the Director of Property & Development or other designated senior staff.
    • This job description is subject to alteration in response to changes in legislation or the organisation’s own operational procedures.
    • This role is subject to receipt of satisfactory references and enhanced DBS check.

     

     KEY SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

     

    Person Specification

    Essential

    Excellent administrative and organizational skills

     

    X

    Excellent IT skills including excel

    X

    Be self-motivated, independent and adaptable

     

    X

    Good interpersonal and communication and negotiating skills

     

    X

    Research skills – for sourcing contractors and material

     

    X

    Be approachable, an empathetic listener, tactful and discrete

     

    X

    Have a good understanding of the needs of people with disabilities

     

    X

    Understanding of basic health and safety issues

     

    X

    Approachable and aware of self and others

    X

    Ability to undertake daily work efficiently and able to remain focused.

    X

    Be able to work as part of a team

     

    X

    Knowledge of or willingness to learn about Jewish Culture

    X

    Enthusiasm, motivation and clarity of purpose

    X

     

    GENERAL STATEMENT OF TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT

     

    DBS:

     

    All posts are subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) disclosure.

     

    Probationary Period:

     

    All posts are subject to a probationary period which may be extended if deemed necessary.

     

    Office Hours:

     

    Office based roles:

    Normal office hours for full-time employees are Monday to Thursday 9am – 5.30pm with a 1 hour unpaid lunch break and Friday 9am – 2pm

     

    Non office based roles:

    Actual hours will depend on the post and location.

     

    Annual Salary:

     

    Salaries are paid monthly in arrears on the last Friday of each month.

     

    Salaries are reviewed annually in January. 

     

    JBD reserves the right to deduct from pay any amounts which are owed by you to the organisation, e.g. over payment of salary.

    Holiday Entitlement:

     

    Annual leave will be based on a full time entitlement of 20 days’ paid holiday and 8 Bank Holidays (pro-rata for part-time employees).

     

    The holiday year runs from the January to December.  Holiday entitlement increases with length of service, rising by three days per annum after three years of completed service and a further two days after five years completed service up to 25 days (plus BH).

     

    Sickness:

     

    Up to 1 years continuous service – SSP only (where applicable)

    1 but less than 3 years’ service -  2 weeks at your basic rate of pay

    3 but less than 5 years’ service -  4 weeks at your basic rate of pay

    5 years’ service or more - 8 weeks at your basic rate of pay then 8 weeks at 50% of your basic rate of pay.

    Pension and other benefits:

     

    On successful completion of your probationary period, you will be eligible to join the company pension scheme and Health Cash Plan.

    Notice:

     

    Employees are required to give the following periods of notice:

     

    Under 1 month’s service – nil

    During the probationary period (after 1 months’ service)  – 1 week

    On successful completion of  your probationary period and thereafter  – 1 month

     

    All notice must be in writing

    Policies & Procedures:

     

    Jewish Blind & Disabled has a range of policies and procedures to support its staff in their work. These include Data Protection, Confidentiality, Health & Safety, Equal Opportunities, Grievance and Disciplinary Procedures. All employees are bound by JBD’s policies and procedures.

     

    Additional Rules:

     

    Employees are required to disclose any other employment, which you undertake whilst in JBD’s employment

    Kosher Buildings:

     

    As JBD is a Jewish organisation there are certain rules regarding food that must not be contravened. For example no meat, meat products, shell fish or certain other fish may be brought into office buildings and only Kosher products may be brought into residential buildings. During Passover leavened products are also excluded.

    Collective Agreements:

     

    These terms and conditions are not bound by any collective agreements

     

    Salary             £22,000 - £25,000 dependent on skills and experience 

    Hours             Flexible for the right candidate

    Full time hours - Monday – Thursday 9:00 am – 5.30 pm & Friday 9:00 am to 2:00 pm (35 hours per week)

    Holidays         28 days per annum (inc bank holidays) plus all Jewish Holidays. Pro rata for part time staff.

    Job Type        Permanent

    Location         Head Office – Mill Hill East

    Hours             Flexible for the right candidate