Wonderful Workplaces in the Third Sector
Ahead of Fundraising Week 2019, Laurie Boult, fundraising director, Age UK, tells Third Sector Jobs about the team culture and why it's a great time to join.
Rebecca Birkbeck, director of community and shared value, tells us about what it's like to work at Co-op and the member pioneer co-ordinator role she's recruiting for.
James Elliott, director of fundraising at JDRF, the type 1 diabetes charity, tells us about what it's like to work for the charity and the head of philanthropy role it's recruiting for.
Emma Roberts tells us about how she built her career in charity communications and her current role leading the marketing and communications team at The Trussell Trust.
Could you be part of something momentous working at the RAF Association? As part of the Third Sector Jobs Wonderful Workplaces initiative, we spoke to the charity to find out about the career opportunities and what it's like to work there.
We spoke to Adam Stricker-Morecroft, retention lead in the individual giving team at the British Heart Foundation, for insider insight into working for his team and the marketing opportunities on offer.
Head of Corporate Partnerships
The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health London (Central), London (Greater)
Independent member of Audit & Risk Committee
General Chiropractic Council London (Greater)
Head of Partnerships (Managed)
WWF Woking, Surrey
Community Links Bromley Bromley, BR1 1RH
TCV Doncaster, South Yorkshire
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