Do you want to work for a charity that is transforming children’s lives every day?
All of our current vacancies are advertised on this page. Please do not send in your CV if there are no roles advertised – we do not have the resources to reply. No agencies please.
Head of Fundraising and Marketing
Location: Old Kelways, Langport, Somerset
Flexible – home working and office – a minimum of one day per week in the office
Hours: A minimum of 25 hours per week (full time hours considered), flexible working hours
Salary: £33,000 – £40,000 pro rata per annum plus benefits package
It’s an exciting time to join bibic. The charity will celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2022 and, with demand for our services increasing rapidly and many families living in crisis, desperate for answers, we know we have much to do.
Children and young people with disabilities and additional needs are often excluded from society because there is a lack of understanding about their needs and how to meet them. At bibic, we passionately believe that every child deserves to reach their full potential, contribute in their community and live happy lives. Increasingly we see children and young people with less understood, hidden health or behavioural needs as well as profound disabilities or special educational needs. With or without a diagnosis, we’re here to help children and young people overcome their challenges through holistic, individualised therapeutic support.
Are you the right person to lead our successful Fundraising & Marketing team and take them to the next level? We’re looking for a standout leader who brings significant relevant experience to help substantially grow and diversify income and raise the profile of bibic. This is a role of variety, opportunity and innovation and we are looking for someone who embraces change and constantly strives to achieve more. You will lead on the delivery of integrated fundraising and marketing plans; develop digital opportunities, major donor and legacy programmes, whilst also enabling your team to achieve.
If you think you could be the person, we are looking for then please have a read of the job description. We are always very happy to have an informal chat before candidates apply. If you would like to set something up, please contact Pip Buckley – Managing Director, at the email address below.
We are an inclusive organisation and many of our team have lived experience. We don’t just accept difference – we value it, celebrate it, nurture it and thrive off of it. We encourage flexibility and adaptability, and in return offer a strong flexible working arrangement to ensure a healthy work/life balance.
Our National Centre is in a beautiful setting in Langport (Somerset) with good access from the M5, A37 and A303. Nearly 80% of the families we support live in the South West of England, with other families living across the UK.
To apply please complete the below application form and email this, together with a supporting letter, to email@example.com we also encourage you to complete the below equal opportunities monitoring form and attach this too.
Closing date: 9am, Monday 1st November 2021.
Interviews: Two stage interview process by Zoom, dates TBC with shortlisted candidates
For full details, please download the job description below. We would also encourage applicants to read the latest Annual Report and Financial Statements.
No agencies please.
Fundraising Volunteer – 5 hours a month minimum
We have an exciting new opportunity for an enthusiastic volunteer to join our team to help the fundraising department.
Please see the below personal specification and description of what we are looking for.
If you are interested in this role, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
As a Disability Confident Committed Employer we have committed to:
• ensure our recruitment process is inclusive and accessible
• communicating and promoting vacancies
• offering an interview to disabled people
• anticipating and providing reasonable adjustments as required
• supporting any existing employee who acquires a disability or long term health condition, enabling them to stay in work
• at least one activity that will make a difference for disabled people