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Personality Questionnaire 

 

The zombie apocalypse is coming, who do you want on your team?

Lucy & Ani

 

If you had to eat one meal everyday for the rest of your life what would it be?

 

Jellof Rice + plantain + beans (red red) (Ghana Style)

 

What is your favourite TV show?

The Wire / Sopranos 

 

What is your favourite animal?

Kangaroo (Jack)

 

Who is your favourite fictional character? Would you trade places with them?

Bernard - Bernards Watch - Yes who doesn't want to have some control of time

 

What’s your dream holiday destination?

 Fiji

 

If you could live in one fictional universe, which one would you choose?

Where ever Elon Musk lives (Tesla) - would be fun to live in his world

 

What is your favourite song?

Married to the Game - Future 

 

If you could rename yourself, what name would you pick?

Bartholomew

 

 
 
 

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£72,000 - £72,000

Company and Role Overview 

Step into a pivotal role within a leading UK not-for-profit organisation, where your financial expertise will fuel global impact and drive meaningful change. Our client are on the search for an experienced Finance Lead to offer support for a minimum of one year.
 

Main Responsibilities 

  • Spearhead financial operations to propel the organisation's vision and strategy forward.
  • Safeguard investments with integrity while maximising returns.
  • Offer expert financial guidance to trustees, directors, and staff, fostering strategic planning and bolstering financial acumen.
  • Establish and maintain robust financial systems and processes to ensure compliance with statutory and regulatory standards.
  • Oversee Tax (Gift Aid etc)
  • Support year end
 

Requirements 

  • Qualified accountant
  • Proficiency in finance systems
  • Knowledgeable on Charities SORP, statutory accounting regulations, and tax matters.
  • Charity experience
  • Analytical thinker with exceptional communication skills.
  • Effective presenter with influence over key decision-makers.
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Role Overview

Our client is currently in search of a skilled HR Officer to join our team, offering opportunities for both full-time and part-time engagement. In this role, you will play a pivotal role in supporting our HR Manager across a diverse range of tasks encompassing the entire employee life-cycle. This position offers an exciting opportunity for professional growth and development within the field of human resources.


Responsibilities

  • Provide comprehensive support throughout the recruitment process, including managing the recruitment inbox, collaborating with recruitment agencies, overseeing advertising efforts, sourcing candidates, conducting assessments, and conducting initial stage interviews.
  • Collaborate with the HR Manager to establish and nurture connections to facilitate recruitment of graduates and apprentices.
  • Play a key role in the development and implementation of HR policies and procedures, offering guidance to both staff and managers as needed.
  • Assist the HR Manager in managing employee relations issues and resolving various HR-related matters.
  • Conduct thorough exit interviews with departing employees to gather valuable feedback.
  • Provide support to the HR Manager in executing the annual performance management program.
  • Assist with various HR projects as required by the HR Manager.
  • Ensure accurate and timely monthly payroll and benefits reporting to the internal finance team.
  • Coordinate the staff induction process and ensure effective management of the probationary period.
  • Undertake any additional responsibilities necessary for the efficient operation of the HR department, including covering for the HR Administrator during their absence.

Requirements

  • Possess a minimum qualification of CIPD Level 3.
  • Demonstrated understanding of employment legislation.
  • Strong verbal and written communication abilities.
  • Minimum of 2 years of experience in a HR Officer/Advisory role within professional services, with a focus on Recruitment.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of HR best practices.
  • Proficient in utilizing HRIS systems and the MS Office Suite.
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£450 - £450

Company and Role Overview 

The Senior Test Analyst is tasked with designing and implementing various software testing procedures across the agile development lifecycle of revenue, online, and corporate systems. This role requires providing specialized knowledge to ensure that the software developed aligns with the quality standards and expectations of stakeholders within the company.

Main Responsibilities 

  • Supervising a team consisting of 2-3 Junior Test Analysts with a budget allocation of up to £150k
  • Collaborating with Technology Development and stakeholders to ensure thorough testing of all software, guided by senior test members using Agile methodologies
  • Developing test cases and implementing the test strategy based on predefined testing methodologies, ensuring alignment between testing procedures and the specified requirements and acceptance criteria
  • Prioritizing automated test procedures over manual testing whenever possible and more effective
  • Evaluating Non-Functional requirements and collaborating with Architects to contribute insights for the Non-Functional test strategy

Requirements 

  • Preferred qualifications include a degree in a relevant field or certification in systems testing
  • Proficient in systems testing technologies and methodologies, with a focus on Agile practices
  • Possesses strong analytical abilities, problem-solving skills, and meticulous attention to detail
  • Familiarity with programming languages such as C#
  • Vast experience in working collaboratively with software development teams in multi-vendor settings to iteratively deliver systems that undergo efficient and high-quality testing
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£550 - £550

Company and Role Overview 

The Project Manager will oversee the implementation of technological and data-related changes across one or multiple projects or workstreams, as directed by the Programme Manager or Senior Project Manager. These initiatives typically have a value of around £10 million and a duration of up to 18 months. The Project Manager's primary responsibility is to ensure that these projects and workstreams meet the necessary standards of governance and control. This entails delivering them with the required level of quality, within the designated timeframe, and adhering to the allocated budget. Achieving these goals involves a strategic combination of internal resources and external contracts and frameworks. Additionally, the Project Manager is tasked with securing the necessary resource commitments from the technology and data delivery functions.
 

Main responsibilities 

  • Acting as a substitute for the Senior Project Manager or Programme Manager as needed
  • Cultivating productive relationships with coworkers, stakeholders, and suppliers on a daily basis
  • Collaborating with both internal and external suppliers to guarantee the fulfilment of delivery needs and escalating any issues when necessary
  • Ensuring that the project or workstreams meet the agreed-upon quality, timeline, and budget parameters set by the Programme Manager or Senior Project Manager
 

Requirements 

  • Demonstrated track record of personal accountability in effectively overseeing technology and data projects valued up to £10 million within large, intricate, and regulated organizations, this includes managing multiple interfaces and ensuring timely, budget-conscious, and high-quality delivery
  • Proven aptitude for clear and influential communication, both verbally and in writing, enabling effective engagement with stakeholders at all organizational levels and external parties, this encompasses adept negotiation skills and successful facilitation of collaborative decision-making processes
  • Proficiency in acknowledged project management methodologies such as APM and Prince 2
  • Broad understanding of pertinent national and international regulations concerning Government/Public Sector IT, including the Data Protection Act, EU Procurement Directives, IT security protocols, and the Freedom of Information Act
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Role Overview

Our client seeks a Project Officer to support the enhancement and optimization of resources on internal and external web platforms. You will advocate for and ensure access to important resources, highlighting their importance across the organisation. Additionally, you will contribute to the smooth functioning of initiatives by, financial managing the corresponding communications processes, event promotion, and addressing related inquiries.

Responsibilities

  • Collaborate with advisers and the HR Director to evaluate current web content and align with project plans and priorities.
  • Review specific documents and procedures with Advisers.
  • Efficiently manage communications.
  • Handle administrative tasks associated with financial documentation for initiatives, including supplier communication and finance coordination.
  • Work with Advisers and HR team members to promote events.
  • Engage external providers to arrange training sessions and acquire necessary resources.

Requirements

  • Demonstrated proficiency in general administrative skills.
  • Ability to handle difficult situations and individuals adeptly.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Advanced proficiency in MS Office applications.
  • Strong organizational and time management skills, with the ability to meet deadlines.
  • Proven track record in Wellbeing/HR employment is desirable. 
  • A degree or equivalent education is preferred; associate membership in CIPD is advantageous.

 

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£34,000 - £34,000

Role & Company Overview

The Research Analyst role is focused on international primary and secondary research, including surveys, executive interviews, analysis of data and statistics and report writing. The work is both quantitative and qualitative. The role is varied as you will be involved in reports, consulting, newsletters and conference activities.

Candidates must be fluent in English (essential) : fluency in another language is valuable but not essential. We regularly use European languages but we also use certain non-European languages.

Main Responsibilities

  • Conducting research
  • Writing reports
  • Executing interviews
  • Contacting existing and potential customers
  • Analysing data and statistics
  • Getting involved in projects
  • Taking part in training
  • Communicating with different and several clients from all over the world
  • Attending events and conferences

Requirements

  • This vacancy is ideal for candidates with 2-5 years of researcher, analyst or other post-degree experience
  • We are looking for motivated graduates able to work on their own and in team
  • You should have a good academic background, an understanding of research and analysis and fluent (native standard) written and spoken English
  • Successful candidates will typically have a mix of strong communication, writing and numerical skills, and the ability to build relationships with research contacts around the world
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£34,000 - £34,000

Role & Company Overview

The Research Analyst role is focused on international primary and secondary research, including surveys, executive interviews, analysis of data and statistics and report writing. The work is both quantitative and qualitative. The role is varied as you will be involved in reports, consulting, newsletters and conference activities.

Candidates must be fluent in English (essential) : fluency in another language is valuable but not essential. We regularly use European languages but we also use certain non-European languages.

Main Responsibilities

  • Conducting research
  • Writing reports
  • Executing interviews
  • Contacting existing and potential customers
  • Analysing data and statistics
  • Getting involved in projects
  • Taking part in training
  • Communicating with different and several clients from all over the world
  • Attending events and conferences

Requirements

  • This vacancy is ideal for candidates with 2-5 years of researcher, analyst or other post-degree experience
  • We are looking for motivated graduates able to work on their own and in team
  • You should have a good academic background, an understanding of research and analysis and fluent (native standard) written and spoken English
  • Successful candidates will typically have a mix of strong communication, writing and numerical skills, and the ability to build relationships with research contacts around the world
  • Fluent in Portuguese (essential)
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£35,000 - £35,000

The interim People Advisor role is a recently established position with the opportunity for permanency. The selected candidate will join the People Team, offering expertise and guidance to staff throughout their employment journey. Serving as the main point of contact and support for employees, the role encompasses addressing various HR topics throughout the entire employee lifecycle, requiring strong listening skills, attention to detail, and a solid understanding of HR principles.

Job Duties

  • Manage all informal employee concerns following best practices and organizational policies. Implement appropriate measures to address and resolve employee concerns.
  • Provide coaching, advice, and support to employees throughout the employee lifecycle, assisting them in optimizing the use of available tools and understanding organizational policies and procedures.
  • Collaborate with the Diversity, Equality, Inclusion, and Belonging (DEIB) team as needed for sensitive issues, such as data requests related to staff network groups and workforce DEIB. Ensure all information and issues are handled with care and tact, following established procedures.
  • Act as a solution-focused resource for staff and managers seeking advice on HR-related matters, addressing a variety of issues and policy queries, including but not limited to annual leave, new starters, compensation, and benefits.
  • Facilitate the offboarding procedures, including the issuance of departure letters, computation of remaining annual leave, identification of outstanding loans, and conducting exit surveys.
  • Manage data entry in the existing HR system (Select HR) and supervise employee records, ensuring compliance with GDPR regulations and other pertinent policies.
  • Ensure accurate and timely processing of relevant payroll and pension data on a monthly basis, collaborating with the Payroll Officer and, when necessary, external payroll providers.
  • Assist the broader HR Team in various annual processes, such as reviews, audits, and pay assessments.
  • Provide support for learning and development initiatives, including organizing training sessions, maintaining training records, and compiling attendance data.
  • Offer administrative assistance for contractor onboarding and manage the contractors' inbox.

Person Specification

  • Demonstrated experience in executing various human resource tasks within a dynamic (preferably hybrid) work environment, ensuring the timely completion of deadlines while upholding quality and attention to detail.
  • Practical experience in the application and provision of advice on HR policies and procedures.
  • Meticulous attention to detail in the thorough and accurate completion of tasks, maintaining consistent high-quality work and minimizing errors.
  • Solid understanding of employment law.
  • Inquisitive, critical thinker with strong problem-solving skills and the ability to handle issues and conflicts with tact and diplomacy.
  • Effective and adaptable communication skills, comfortable with face-to-face, telephone, and video interactions, coupled with excellent written and verbal communication abilities.
  • Highly organized and methodical approach to work, capable of managing competing priorities and handling a demanding and diverse workload.
  • Proficiency in handling sensitive and confidential information with discretion, in accordance with GDPR regulations.
  • Sound knowledge of safeguarding practices and procedures.
  • Intermediate proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
  • CIPD qualification or actively pursuing a CIPD qualification.
  • Experience in Change Management Initiatives.
  • Familiarity with using Select HR.
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Role Overview

Our client is looking for Business Manager to join their team. The aim of the role is to counsel, execute, and assist team members in ensuring smooth and efficient daily operations. Key areas of focus include finance, compliance (including health and safety), facilities management, IT support, and administrative services. Regular participation in termly meetings on finance, buildings, audit, and risk is mandatory. The Business Manager holds a pivotal role in the Senior Leadership Team, contributing to strategy development and offering advice on financial considerations in decision-making.

Main Responsibilities

  • Collaborating with senior-level personnel to provide guidance and leadership in financial affairs, encompassing tasks such as budget formulation, forecasting, crafting a five-year strategic financial plan, and aligning decisions with development plans.
  • Engaging with external auditors annually and facilitating the preparation of statutory financial statements.
  • Maintaining a vigilant oversight of daily financial operations, which includes monitoring cash flow, handling invoicing, credit control, and payroll.
  • Preparing for mid-year and annual audits.
  • Evaluating and revising the Risk Register and Emergency Action Plans.
  • Updating the Financial Procedures document on an annual basis to guarantee complete compliance.
  • Effectively managing compliance in alignment with statutory obligations and providing guidance to the Head and Senior Leadership Team on legal and regulatory matters.
  • Ensuring the completion of Fire Risk Assessments and Health and Safety audits as required.
  • Supervising the maintenance and enhancement of the premises.
  • Engaging in line management responsibilities, including conducting performance evaluations for finance staff, including an ACCA qualified management accountant, premises staff, and fundraising staff.
  • Taking the lead on cyber security and GDPR training.

Requirements

  • A professional accountancy qualification: ACCA and or CIPFA or similar

  • A relevant degree or equivalent qualification
  • Proven experience within a public sector
  • Experience in change management, as well as financial management
  • The ability to work with senior leaders and stakeholders

 

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Role Overview

Our client is looking for an organised Administrator to join their team. The aim of the role is to offer administrative support to plan and organise work flows, while understanding the need for confidentiality and data security. The right candidate will need to be flexible to undertake a range of duties as and when needed, appreciating the need to work within procedures and guidelines in a heavily regulated environment.
Salary for this role will be pro rata.

Main Responsibilities

  • Provide support to Senior Leaders in overseeing day-to-day operations.
  • Enter and edit data, producing relevant reports and analyses.
  • Handle records and related correspondence discreetly.
  • Coordinate work experience placements as required.
  • Fulfill work-related learning tasks as instructed by senior management.
  • Arrange meetings and manage incoming calls and emails.
  • Distribute and dispatch various correspondences as needed.
  • Organize filing of correspondences and related documents.
  • Perform general word processing and administrative tasks as directed by superiors.
  • Ensure secure storage, access, and issuance of confidential information.

Requirements

  • Educated to at least A level or equivalent
  • Proven record of administrative efficiency with attention to detail
  • Basic knowledge of GDPR and cyber security
  • The ability to communicate effectively and comfortably with all members of a diverse community
  • Sound IT skills and ready to use a range of software once trained to do so
  • The ability to use Microsoft Excel to create record and report data
  • Able to plan and organise work flows to meet deadlines
  • Understand the need for confidentiality and data security
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£500 - £500

Company and Role Overview 

Are you prepared to contribute significantly to a prominent organization in London? We're in search of an accomplished Senior Business Analyst to lead substantial change in our Operating Businesses and stakeholder interactions. This entails a 12-month contract, with the possibility of a 12-month extension, providing an opportunity to be part of a genuinely dynamic and influential initiative.
 

Main Responsibilities

  • Change Management Specialist: Lead the way in overseeing and monitoring continuous changes to requirements through established change control procedures
  • Analytics-Driven Decision Maker: Uncover, compile, analyse, suggest, and present information that enables informed decisions without leaving a trace
  • Influence with Effectiveness: Take charge of the Business Analyst role in particular projects and initiatives, driving change throughout each phase discreetly
  • Time Management Mastery: Strategically plan and allocate resources, ensuring the achievement of project objectives within the defined project scope without leaving a trace
 

Requirements 

  • Proven skill in extracting, comprehending, and documenting both business and system requirements through past experiences
  • Previous engagement in IT development endeavours, preferably employing iterative software methodologies such as Agile
  • Hands-on involvement in modelling, analysing, and consolidating documentation related to business processes
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£43,000 - £43,000

Company and role overview –

The position involves crafting and executing marketing strategies for various fundraising campaigns and initiatives, aligning with organizational goals for income and engagement. This presents an excellent chance to contribute to the fundraising team. If you possess experience in formulating and implementing marketing plans for fundraising campaigns, thrive in collaborative environments, and enjoy being part of a multi-disciplinary project team focused on maximizing fundraising income, we would be delighted to receive your application.

Main responsibilities –

  • Collaborating within multi-disciplinary project teams to outline marketing needs for fundraising campaigns and engagement initiatives
  • Developing and executing marketing plans to enhance fundraising income is a key aspect of the role
  • Engaging with stakeholders to articulate and detail how marketing activities will play a role in and contribute to achieving fundraising objectives
  • Provide guidance on pivotal channels and strategies for achieving objectives, spanning from awareness to conversion
  • Oversee the daily operations of creative agencies handling campaign-related tasks
  • Develop messaging approaches and create compelling copy

Requirements –

  • Familiarity with campaigns aimed at raising funds, diverse fundraising strategies, and digital fundraising platforms
  • Background in strategizing marketing initiatives or managing projects for campaigns designed to prompt audience engagement and action
  • Outstanding verbal and written communication abilities, along with effective presentation skills
  • Background in fundraising for both international and national causes
  • Proficient in project management, capable of deploying project management methodologies