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Python, PHP Developer - Wildlife Conservation / The Arts

Octophin Digital

London, London
1 day ago
London, London
£40k Per Year
1 day ago
£40k Per Year

Octophin Digital are looking for a Python and PHP developer to help us build software for wildlife conservation and other good causes.

Our work is some of the most fascinating and rewarding in the industry: building interfaces for anti-poaching camera traps and GPS turtle tags, maps of sharks, seals, seabirds and coral reefs, online conservation technology communities, species databases for scientists, educational games and much more.

Outside of the wildlife conservation sector we work closely with several arts organisations and charities.

The best part of the job is working with some of the most impactful and inspiring organisations and people, on projects that make a genuine positive impact.

We're looking for an experienced developer who loves writing PHP and Python and has deep knowledge of both object oriented and functional programming concepts. We do a lot of work with complex data structures so a knowledge of databases is essential, especially PostgreSQL.

We spend a lot of time working with content management systems and often build APIs to query content from them or import it from elsewhere. You'll need to be comfortable building and working with large data importers and REST APIs.

We’re a small, hugely collaborative team so you’ll have direct input into everything we do. You'll also be in regular direct conversation and collaboration with scientists, conservationists, charity-workers and arts organisations. Having excellent communication skills and the ability to talk non-technical people through problems and solutions is a key requirement of working with us.

With lots of discussions and meetings with clients both on and off-site, being based with us in London would be best, but some remote work is possible and hours are flexible. Our team has been fully remote during the pandemic and will only return to the office when it is safe to do so.

We’re based in one of the best workspaces in London, Impact Hub Islington, so you’ll be surrounded by a diverse range of brilliant people making a difference to the world.

We try hard to keep our team as healthy and happy as possible so will give you as many holiday and rest days as you need. We'll also pay for you to go to conferences and support you to learn new skills. We're honest with clients about who does what on each project so your great work will be spotlighted and credited as much as possible.

We're big ambassadors for diversity in technology, sponsoring diversity and scholarship placements at conferences and taking part and running several mentorship schemes.

If you love both computer programming and wildlife conservation there is no better place to work. The huge range of interesting projects we do also makes no one week the same and you'll know that you're making the world a better place.

If you want to join our team, please apply with a covering letter explaining some PHP and Python projects you've worked on and the code inside them that you're most proud of.

Please apply before Monday, March 22nd.

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Head of Clinical Services - Band 8a Nurse

National Health Service

Barnet, London
1 day ago
Barnet, London
1 day ago

Head of Clinical Services - Band 8a Nurse

Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice

The closing date is 14 March 2021

Job overview

We are seeking a Senior Head of Clinical Services to provide support to, and deputise for the Director of Care regarding the leadership, management development and transformation of Clinical Services at Noahs Ark Childrens Hospice.

You will support the strategic development and operational delivery of patient-centred care, ensuring the highest possible standards of care for referred babies, children, young people and their families.

You will provide clinical and holistic care and support to babies, children and young people with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions and their families. You will manage care planning, symptom control and end of life care.

If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you. Keep reading for more information on Noahs Ark, the role as well as how to apply.

Main duties of the job

You will provide effective leadership to colleagues in the care team.

Key Responsibilities include but not limited to:

Supporting the Senior Head of Education, Development and Infection Prevention Control in all aspects of education, development and infection prevention control for the Care Team.

Ensuring holistic care is family-centered, needs-led, evidence-based and meets all statutory requirements.

Applying competent clinical decision making and practice.

Assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating care plans to meet the childrens needs.

Undertaking end-of-life care and provide symptom management including assessment and planning.

Delivering post-death care.

Contributing to the caseload management including managing referrals, ongoing and annual assessment, care delivery and transition.

Responsibility for delivering safe and appropriate care.

Undertaking day to day management, supervision and appraisal of staff.

About us

Noah's Ark Children's Hospice helps seriously unwell children and their families make the most of the special time they have together. The majority of babies and children we support are unlikely to reach their 18th birthday.

With talented individuals who share our passion to improve the lives of seriously unwell children and their families, we're changing the landscape for paediatrics palliative care in North and Central London, as well as Hertsmere.

We are Charity Today's Charity of the Year as well being the Charity Times Fundraising Team of the Year. Our culture is fast-paced, innovative and supportive. We are based in The Ark, a brand new children's hospice building set on a stunning 7.5-acre nature reserve in Barnet. We are an inclusive environment in which everyone, regardless of gender, race, religion, age, or background, can do their best work.

Job description

Job responsibilities

You will provide effective leadership to colleagues in the care team. Your role will include line management and palliative care planning

Key Responsibilities include but not limited to:

Applying clinical decision making and practice commensurate with your skills and competencies.

Implement and evaluate care plans which meets our children's needs

Undertake end-of-life care providing Symptom Management

Deliver post-death care at The Ark and in the community

Contribute to the caseload management of children. This includes managing referrals, annual assessments and care delivery

Participate in the 24/7 out of hours clinical on call service

Line management of Specialist Carers and Band 5 Nurses

To work within the relevant frameworks applicable to childrens palliative care including the NMC Code of Conduct.

To share professional expertise and support to colleagues

Maintain your professional practice

Act as a mentor to colleagues

All other reasonable management requests

Please see attached Candidate Brief for further information

Person Specification

Personal Qualities

Essential

  • Able to plan and manage own time.
  • Enthusiastic, Flexible and approachable.
  • Able to work in a palliative care environment.
  • Able to build, effective working relationships.
  • Ability to work under pressure, multi-task and prioritise to meet deadlines.
  • Ability to use common sense, good judgement and initiative in potentially challenging situations.
  • Highly motivated, able to work using own initiative Knowledge of, or empathy with, the work undertaken by Noahs Ark.
  • Committed to high quality delivery.
  • Ability to provide on call clinical care i.e. able to respond out of hours.

Desirable

  • Familiarity with the geographical area the hospice covers.
  • Full UK driving license.
  • Access to a car.

Skills

Essential

  • Knowledge of current legislation relating to children & young people including best practice in safeguarding children IT literate (e.g. word processing and E-Mail).
  • Detailed knowledge and understanding of children's palliative care and recent initiatives in children's health and social care.
  • Team leadership skills Ability to undertake a wide range of clinical tasks.
  • Ability and willingness to study at degree level.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Ability to reflect on practice and propose changes

Qualifications

Essential

  • RN Child / RSCN

Desirable

  • Mentor qualification or willingness to work towards.
  • Professional knowledge acquired through degree or diploma or other professional training

Experience

Essential

  • Significant post registration experience with demonstrated experience of delivering care to children and families in a health care setting.
  • Experience of assessment, development, implementation, delivering and evaluation programmes of care across a range of environments
  • Evidence of working within a professional multi-disciplinary team Experience of managing a small group of staff and resources on a day to day basis, including practice supervision, mentoring and appraisal

Desirable

  • Experience of working in a palliative care service Experience of working with learning and physically disabled children and young people/mental health needs.
  • Experience of providing community care services.
  • Experience of working with volunteers either personally or professionally

Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

UK Registration

Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see NHS Careers website (opens in a new window).

Employer details

Employer name

Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice

Address

The Ark

Byng Road

Barnet

Hertfordshire

EN5 4NP


Employer's website

https://www.noahsarkhospice.org.uk/

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Children's Hospice Practice Facilitator Nurse - Band 6

National Health Service

Barnet, London
2 days ago
Barnet, London
2 days ago

Children's Hospice Practice Facilitator Nurse - Band 6

Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice

The closing date is 14 March 2021

Job overview

We are seeking a senior Band 6 Nurse to support with the education and development of our care team. You will provide clinical and holistic care and support to children with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions and their families. You will manage care planning, symptom control and end of life care.

We have now moved to The Ark we would love for you to take a tour and meet the team, please contact Hayley Manley, (Director of Care) on 020 8449 8877 or email her on HManley@noahsarkhospice.org.uk if you would like to arrange a meet and greet.

Main duties of the job

THE ROLE

  • Supporting the care team with their education, development and IPC
  • Ensuring holistic care is family-centered, needs-led, evidence-based and meets all statutory requirements.
  • Assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating care plans to meet the childrens needs
  • Contributing to the caseload management including managing referrals, ongoing and annual assessment, care delivery and transition
  • Undertaking day to day management, supervision and appraisal of staff

THE PERSON

  • Ability to work independently and within a team
  • Able to develop effective working relationships
  • Ability to work under pressure, juggle workload/multi-task, set priorities and meet deadlines
  • Ability to use common sense, good judgement and initiative in potentially challenging situations
  • Willingness to provide flexibility to travel and work outside normal working hours where required

About us

Noah's Ark Children's Hospice helps seriously unwell children and their families make the most of the special time they have together. The majority of babies and children we support are unlikely to reach their 18th birthday.

With talented individuals who share our passion to improve the lives of seriously unwell children and their families, we're changing the landscape for paediatrics palliative care in North and Central London, as well as Hertsmere.

We are Charity Today's Charity of the Year as well being the Charity Times Fundraising Team of the Year. Our culture is fast-paced, innovative and supportive. We are based in The Ark, a brand new children's hospice building set on a stunning 7.5-acre nature reserve in Barnet. We are an inclusive environment in which everyone, regardless of gender, race, religion, age, or background, can do their best work.

Job description

Job responsibilities

You will provide effective leadership to colleagues in the care team. Your role will include line management and palliative care planning

Key Responsibilities include but not limited to:

Applying clinical decision making and practice commensurate with your skills and competencies.

Implement and evaluate care plans which meets our children's needs

Undertake end-of-life care providing Symptom Management

Deliver post-death care at The Ark and in the community

Contribute to the caseload management of children. This includes managing referrals, annual assessments and care delivery

Participate in the 24/7 out of hours clinical on call service

Line management of Specialist Carers and Band 5 Nurses

To work within the relevant frameworks applicable to childrens palliative care including the NMC Code of Conduct.

To share professional expertise and support to colleagues

Maintain your professional practice

Act as a mentor to colleagues

All other reasonable management requests

Please see attached Candidate Brief for further information

Person Specification

Personal Qualities

Essential

  • Able to plan and manage own time.
  • Enthusiastic, Flexible and approachable.
  • Able to work in a palliative care environment.
  • Able to build, effective working relationships.
  • Ability to work under pressure, multi-task and prioritise to meet deadlines.
  • Ability to use common sense, good judgement and initiative in potentially challenging situations.
  • Highly motivated, able to work using own initiative Knowledge of, or empathy with, the work undertaken by Noahs Ark.
  • Committed to high quality delivery.
  • Ability to provide on call clinical care i.e. able to respond out of hours.

Desirable

  • Familiarity with the geographical area the hospice covers.
  • Full UK driving license.
  • Access to a car.

Skills

Essential

  • Knowledge of current legislation relating to children & young people including best practice in safeguarding children IT literate (e.g. word processing and E-Mail).
  • Detailed knowledge and understanding of children's palliative care and recent initiatives in children's health and social care.
  • Team leadership skills Ability to undertake a wide range of clinical tasks.
  • Ability and willingness to study at degree level.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Ability to reflect on practice and propose changes

Qualifications

Essential

  • RN Child / RSCN

Desirable

  • Mentor qualification or willingness to work towards.
  • Professional knowledge acquired through degree or diploma or other professional training

Experience

Essential

  • Significant post registration experience with demonstrated experience of delivering care to children and families in a health care setting.
  • Experience of assessment, development, implementation, delivering and evaluation programmes of care across a range of environments
  • Evidence of working within a professional multi-disciplinary team Experience of managing a small group of staff and resources on a day to day basis, including practice supervision, mentoring and appraisal

Desirable

  • Experience of working in a palliative care service Experience of working with learning and physically disabled children and young people/mental health needs.
  • Experience of providing community care services.
  • Experience of working with volunteers either personally or professionally

Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

UK Registration

Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see NHS Careers website (opens in a new window).

Employer details

Employer name

Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice

Address

The Ark

Byng Road

Barnet

Hertfordshire

EN5 4NP


Employer's website

https://www.noahsarkhospice.org.uk/

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Private Wealth Management, Institutional Client Solutions, Charities and Non-Profits, Vice President

Goldman Sachs

London, London
1 day ago
London, London
1 day ago

HOW YOU WILL FULFILL YOUR POTENTIAL

Leverage your unique background and experiences to build a charity and non-profit business within Goldman Sachs
Work with a team to source and develop new business opportunities, as well as to support existing client relationships
The New Private Wealth Advisor (NPWA) Development Framework allows new advisors to work as part of a team to gain a comprehensive level of general knowledge and to acquire specialized expertise within the team.
Attain the skills needed to build relationships with clients and prospective clients and develop a strong network of intermediaries.
Enhance your investment acumen through creating asset allocation strategies and portfolio implementation recommendations to clients.

SKILLS & EXPERIENCE WERE LOOKING FOR

Experience sourcing, advising and managing charity and non-profit clients
Knowledge of the ESG and impact investing landscape and with guiding client conversations in this area
Strong analytical and communication (oral and written) skills, including tender writing and pitch presentation experience.
Record of academic and professional achievement
Entrepreneurial spirit coupled with a desire to work in a team-oriented environment
Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to build and foster a strong network of relationships
Creative approach to problem solving and developing innovative solutions for clients
Self-motivated and able to work in an autonomous, yet collaborative environment
Demonstrated interest in financial, economic and global capital markets
Strong client focus, business development and relationship management skills
Commitment to excellence and a high level of integrity
Knowledge and experience of the forthcoming EU ESG regulations and EU Sustainable Finance Taxonomy is desirable, but not required.

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Children's Hospice Palliative Care Nurse - Band 6

National Health Service

Barnet, London
5 days ago
Barnet, London
5 days ago

Children's Hospice Palliative Care Nurse - Band 6

Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice

The closing date is 07 March 2021

Job overview

We are seeking a senior Band 6 Nurse to support with the line management of Nurses, Specialist Carers and students. Additionally you will support with service development, while providing clinical and holistic care and support to children and young people with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions. The role will include the management of care planning, symptom control and end of life care.

We have now moved to The Ark we would love for you to take a tour and meet the team, please contact Hayley Manley, (Director of Care) on 020 8449 8877 or email her on HManley@noahsarkhospice.org.uk if you would like to arrange a meet and greet.

Main duties of the job

You will provide effective leadership to colleagues in the care team. Your role will include line management and palliative care planning.

Key Responsibilities include but not limited to:

Applying clinical decision making and practice commensurate with your skills and competencies.

Implement and evaluate care plans which meets our children's needs.

Undertake end-of-life care providing Symptom Management.

Deliver post-death care at The Ark and in the community.

Contribute to the caseload management of children. This includes managing referrals, annual assessments and care delivery.

Participate in the 24/7 out of hours clinical on call service.

Line management of Specialist Carers and Band 5 Nurses.

To work within the relevant frameworks applicable to children's palliative care including the NMC Code of Conduct.

To share professional expertise and support to colleagues.

Maintain your professional practice.

Act as a mentor to colleagues.

All other reasonable management requests.

About us

Noah's Ark Children's Hospice helps seriously unwell children and their families make the most of the special time they have together. The majority of babies and children we support are unlikely to reach their 18th birthday.

With talented individuals who share our passion to improve the lives of seriously unwell children and their families, we're changing the landscape for paediatrics palliative care in North and Central London, as well as Hertsmere.

We are Charity Today's Charity of the Year as well being the Charity Times Fundraising Team of the Year. Our culture is fast-paced, innovative and supportive. We are based in The Ark, a brand new children's hospice building set on a stunning 7.5-acre nature reserve in Barnet. We are an inclusive environment in which everyone, regardless of gender, race, religion, age, or background, can do their best work.

Job description

Job responsibilities

You will provide effective leadership to colleagues in the care team. Your role will include line management and palliative care planning

Key Responsibilities include but not limited to:

Applying clinical decision making and practice commensurate with your skills and competencies.

Implement and evaluate care plans which meets our children's needs

Undertake end-of-life care providing Symptom Management

Deliver post-death care at The Ark and in the community

Contribute to the caseload management of children. This includes managing referrals, annual assessments and care delivery

Participate in the 24/7 out of hours clinical on call service

Line management of Specialist Carers and Band 5 Nurses

To work within the relevant frameworks applicable to childrens palliative care including the NMC Code of Conduct.

To share professional expertise and support to colleagues

Maintain your professional practice

Act as a mentor to colleagues

All other reasonable management requests

Please see attached Candidate Brief for further information

Person Specification

Personal Qualities

Essential

  • Able to plan and manage own time.
  • Enthusiastic, Flexible and approachable.
  • Able to work in a palliative care environment.
  • Able to build, effective working relationships.
  • Ability to work under pressure, multi-task and prioritise to meet deadlines.
  • Ability to use common sense, good judgement and initiative in potentially challenging situations.
  • Highly motivated, able to work using own initiative Knowledge of, or empathy with, the work undertaken by Noahs Ark.
  • Committed to high quality delivery.
  • Ability to provide on call clinical care i.e. able to respond out of hours.

Desirable

  • Familiarity with the geographical area the hospice covers.
  • Full UK driving license.
  • Access to a car.

Skills

Essential

  • Knowledge of current legislation relating to children & young people including best practice in safeguarding children IT literate (e.g. word processing and E-Mail).
  • Detailed knowledge and understanding of children's palliative care and recent initiatives in children's health and social care.
  • Team leadership skills Ability to undertake a wide range of clinical tasks.
  • Ability and willingness to study at degree level.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Ability to reflect on practice and propose changes

Qualifications

Essential

  • RN Child / RSCN

Desirable

  • Mentor qualification or willingness to work towards.
  • Professional knowledge acquired through degree or diploma or other professional training

Experience

Essential

  • Significant post registration experience with demonstrated experience of delivering care to children and families in a health care setting.
  • Experience of assessment, development, implementation, delivering and evaluation programmes of care across a range of environments
  • Evidence of working within a professional multi-disciplinary team Experience of managing a small group of staff and resources on a day to day basis, including practice supervision, mentoring and appraisal

Desirable

  • Experience of working in a palliative care service Experience of working with learning and physically disabled children and young people/mental health needs.
  • Experience of providing community care services.
  • Experience of working with volunteers either personally or professionally

Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

UK Registration

Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see NHS Careers website (opens in a new window).

Employer details

Employer name

Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice

Address

The Ark

Byng Road

Barnet

Hertfordshire

EN5 4NP


Employer's website

https://www.noahsarkhospice.org.uk/

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Charity Tax Manager

Buzzacott

Central London / West End, London
15 days ago
Central London / West End, London
15 days ago
We are looking for a specialist Manager to join our Charity Tax team which forms part of Buzzacott’s wider Charity and Not-for-Profit team, one of the largest single office charity teams in the UK.As part of this role, you will manage a portfolio of charity tax clients consisting of mainstream charities, large UK and international membership organisations, social enterprises and corporate tax.The role will include overseeing tax compliance but is more biased towards tax advisory work including advice on transactions, property matters, structuring, tax efficient fundraising, taxable trading and employment tax.Key aspects of the role include:Managing a portfolio of charity tax clientsUndertaking tax planning and tax advisory projects, including tax structuring, transactions tax, Gift Aid and employment taxReviewing tax computations and returns for your portfolioRecognising opportunities for cross-selling of services and “adding value”Assisting with the continued development and growth of the Charity Tax practice, working with the Partners to market the Firm’s charity tax functionYou are the right person for the role if you:Have corporate tax experience, including tax planningHave experience of managing a tax portfolio and liaising with clientsPossess a keen interest in working with charities and not-for-profit organisationsHave experience of reviewing other’s work and managing and developing othersAre able to review computations and tax disclosures; produce computations and correspondence ready for Partner reviewHave experience of marketing to potential clients and preparing tenders and presentationsThis is a fantastic opportunity to build your career with this specialist team. For more information about the Charity & Not-for-Profit team, please click here.To find out more about life at Buzzacott and our approach to Diversity & Inclusion, please visit our website.We are open to flexi-time and support flexible working opportunities to help you manage your work-life balance.If you are interested in this role, we encourage you to apply directly via the Apply button at the top of the page. When applying, please include your salary expectations and let us know what interests you about the role. Alternatively, if you would like to talk to one of our Talent Team about the vacancy before applying, contact us at Please note: Our Talent Team review and respond to all applicationsNo agencies please.
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Senior Audit Manager (Charity & Not-for-Profit)

Buzzacott

Central London / West End, London
28 days ago
Central London / West End, London
28 days ago
We are looking for a Senior Audit Manager to join our specialist Charity and NFP team.Making up nearly a quarter of our people, this specialist team audits, advises and supports a diverse range of charities and NFPs including; membership bodies, dynamic social enterprises, international NGOs, Arts & Culture charities, academies, care homes, religious orders and more.Key aspects of the role include:Managing a portfolio of charity and NFP sector clientsLiaising with Directors/Partners and clients regarding forthcoming assignmentsBriefing audit teams; supervising and reviewing workReviewing statutory (and other) accounts and organising their preparation and issueProviding technical guidance to staff and resolving technical queries when instructed by clientsYou are the right person for the role if you:Have experience of managing a portfolio of clients, ideally with charities, NFP and/or education sector clientsAre passionate about supporting charity and NFP clientsHave a professional communication style with a warm and friendly approachAre ACA/ACCA qualified, or equivalentEnjoy supporting and developing more junior team members.Have the ability to build great rapport and relationships with colleagues, team members and clientsThrive in fast-paced environments while performing in a calm and focused mannerThis is a fantastic opportunity to build your career with this market leading specialist team. For more information about the Charity & Not-for-Profit team, please click here.To find out more about life at Buzzacott and our approach to Diversity & Inclusion, please visit our website.We are open to flexi-time and support flexible working opportunities to help you manage your work-life balance.If you are interested in this role, we encourage you to apply directly via the Apply button at the top of the page. When applying, please include your salary expectations and let us know what interests you about the role. Alternatively, if you would like to talk to one of our Talent Team about the vacancy before applying, contact us at Please note: Our Talent Team review and respond to all applicationsNo agencies please.
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Senior Audit Associate (Charity and Not-for-Profit)

Buzzacott

Central London / West End, London
28 days ago
Central London / West End, London
28 days ago
We are looking for Senior Audit Associates to join our specialist Charity and NFP team.Making up nearly a quarter of our people, this specialist team audits, advises and supports a diverse range of charities and NFPs including; membership bodies, dynamic social enterprises, international NGOs, Arts & Culture charities, academies, care homes, religious orders and more.Key aspects of the role include:Providing auditing services to a wide range of not-for-profit organisations, including charities and educational organisationsProviding general accounting services and assistance to clientsPreparing accounts, including consolidated accounts, from both manual and computerised accounting recordsRecommending improvements to clients’ accounting systems and controlsBriefing, supervising and reviewing the work of junior members of the teamYou are the right person for the role if you:Are ACA or ACCA qualifiedHave experience of audit planning, preparation of statutory accounts and full audit completionHave a strong audit biasAre passionate about supporting charity and NFP clientsHave a professional communication style with a warm and friendly approachAre able to review and file more junior team members’ workFor more information about the Charity & Not-for-Profit team, please click here.To find out more about life at Buzzacott and our approach to Diversity & Inclusion, please visit our website.We are open to flexi-time and support flexible working opportunities to help you manage your work-life balance.If you are interested in this role, we encourage you to apply directly via the Apply button at the top of the page. When applying, please include your salary expectations and let us know what interests you about the role. Alternatively, if you would like to talk to one of our Talent Team about the vacancy before applying, contact us at Please note: Our Talent Team review and respond to all applicationsNo agencies please.
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HTD Charitable Fund Centenary Fellow

National Health Service

UCLH, London
Today
UCLH, London
£32.478k - £51.069k Per Year
Today
£32.478k - £51.069k Per Year

Job Reference: 309-MB1084-YV

Employer:
University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
Infection
Location:
UCLH, London
Salary:
£32,478 - £51,069 per annum inclusive pro rata

At UCLH (University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust) our success starts with you.

This is an exciting opportunity to join one of the largest and most successful Foundation Trusts in the UK with an international reputation and a tradition of innovation.

Based in the busy West End of London, we have a lively and vibrant working atmosphere, with quick and easy transport links to all our sites. Our size and resources enable us to offer a range of attractive benefits as well as unparalleled education and development opportunities for staff at all levels. This includes an extensive portfolio of academic and clinical courses and programmes ranging from ongoing personal development through to clinical excellence and leadership skills. UCLH prides itself on its investment in staff both in terms of developing career skills but also its commitment to staff health and wellbeing.


Hospital for Tropical Diseases Charitable Fund Centenary Fellowships – call for applications

The HTD Charitable Fund invites applications from GMC-registered medical doctors in the UK for two clinical research fellowships. As part of the commemoration activities of the centenary of the Hospital for Tropical Diseases (#HTD100, 100 years since HTD opened by future King George V), a clinical Fellowship scheme has been established.

These Centenary Fellowships are designed to extend the purview of HTD research beyond the walls of the hospital. Examples of the sorts of research might include investigation in target populations (specific migrant groups, VFR travellers, immunocompromised) channelled either through communities and community groups or through collaborations in primary care.

Each fellowship provides salary funding to support a junior doctor to undertake a period of research directly relevant to the work of HTD. The intention is that this will be primarily research outside of the hospital setting, either in the community or in primary care. Two fellowships are to be awarded each year. Salary support is available for either six months full-time or 12 months half-time (according to awardee preference) and does not include research costs, although there may be opportunities to separately request modest costs from the HTD Charitable Fund.

Any junior medical doctor with an active license to practise is eligible. Junior doctors in primary and secondary care are particularly encouraged to apply. Together with your proposed supervisor you will develop and execute a research proposal to be completed during the duration of the Fellowship. Your supervisor, who should have agreed to participate, must be identified in the application form and may be a hospital Consultant (not necessarily from HTD/UCLH) or a GP.

Application requires submission of the standardised online NHS application form together with the HTD Charitable Fund Centenary Fellowship application form Selection is based entirely upon these documents, so it is important that everything which applicants wish to be taken into consideration in their application is included within them. It is expected that applications will include the outline of a proposed research project with sufficient information for reviewers to assess feasibility. Please ensure you send the HTD application form to David Moore - You can find his contact details listed at the bottom of the advert.

The 2021 deadline for applications is 17:00 on Friday 26th March 2021. Applicants will be informed of the outcome of their applications and interview details by Friday 9th April 2021.

Awardees will be afforded the usual contractual arrangements for employees of UCLH, will receive salary payments in accordance with agreed payscales and will be expected to take up the role within 6 months. The post is not accredited for training in any speciality.

For further details / informal visits contact:

David Moore - davidajmoore1@nhs.net.



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CIMD, Private Wealth Management, Institutional Client Solutions - Charities and Non-Profits, Vice President, London

Goldman Sachs

London, London
30+ days ago
London, London
30+ days ago

CONSUMER AND INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT DIVISION (CIMD)

The Consumer and Investment Management Division includes Goldman Sachs Asset Management (GSAM), Private Wealth Management (PWM) and our Consumer business (Marcus by Goldman Sachs). We provide asset management, wealth management and banking expertise to consumers and institutions around the world. CIMD partners with various teams across the firm to help individuals and institutions navigate changing markets and take control of their financial lives.

 

PWM

Goldman Sachs Private Wealth Management (PWM) specializes in creating comprehensive wealth management plans for high net worth individuals and families, as well as select institutions, including foundations and endowments. PWM Teams work one-on-one with clients to advise and deliver customized strategies drawn from our deep investment experience, diverse wealth management capabilities and global reach. Our Private Wealth Advisors (PWAs) deliver an unparalleled investment platform inclusive of the full product and service offerings of Goldman Sachs and beyond, which may include tax and estate planning, philanthropic planning and private banking and lending services. As client needs evolve, this close relationship allows the team to offer complementary services and new opportunities by leveraging the resources of Goldman Sachs and beyond


At Goldman Sachs, our culture is one of teamwork, innovation and meritocracy. We often say our people are our greatest asset and we take pride in supporting each colleague both professionally and personally.  From collaborative work spaces and mindfulness classes to working from home and flexible work options, we offer our people the support they need to reach their goals in and outside the office.

 

Are you a dynamic, quick-thinking self-starter with an entrepreneurial spirit, a passion for the financial markets and the desire to be a trusted advisor to charity and non-profit clients? We are looking for professionals with strong interpersonal skills who have the ability to thrive in an environment where knowledge of the sector, a passion for sustainable investment and a commitment to exceptional client service are essential to building a successful business.

 

HOW YOU WILL FULFILL YOUR POTENTIAL

  • Leverage your unique background and experiences to build a charity and non-profit business within Goldman Sachs
  • Work with a team to source and develop new business opportunities, as well as to support existing client relationships
  • The New Private Wealth Advisor (NPWA) Development Framework allows new advisors to work as part of a team to gain a comprehensive level of general knowledge and to acquire specialized expertise within the team.
  • Attain the skills needed to build relationships with clients and prospective clients and develop a strong network of intermediaries.
  • Enhance your investment acumen through creating asset allocation strategies and portfolio implementation recommendations to clients.

SKILLS & EXPERIENCE WE'RE LOOKING FOR

  • Experience sourcing, advising and managing charity and non-profit clients
  • Knowledge of the ESG and impact investing landscape and with guiding client conversations in this area
  • Strong analytical and communication (oral and written) skills, including tender writing and pitch presentation experience.
  • Record of academic and professional achievement
  • Entrepreneurial spirit coupled with a desire to work in a team-oriented environment
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to build and foster a strong network of relationships
  • Creative approach to problem solving and developing innovative solutions for clients
  • Self-motivated and able to work in an autonomous, yet collaborative environment
  • Demonstrated interest in financial, economic and global capital markets
  • Strong client focus, business development and relationship management skills
  • Commitment to excellence and a high level of integrity
  • Knowledge and experience of the forthcoming EU ESG regulations and EU Sustainable Finance Taxonomy is desirable, but not required.

ABOUT GOLDMAN SACHS
At Goldman Sachs, we commit our people, capital and ideas to help our clients, shareholders and the communities we serve to grow. Founded in 1869, we are a leading global investment banking, securities and investment management firm. Headquartered in New York, we maintain offices around the world.
We believe who you are makes you better at what you do. We're committed to fostering and advancing diversity and inclusion in our own workplace and beyond by ensuring every individual within our firm has a number of opportunities to grow professionally and personally, from our training and development opportunities and firmwide networks to benefits, wellness and personal finance offerings and mindfulness programs. Learn more about our culture, benefits, and people at GS.com/careers.
We’re committed to finding reasonable accommodations for candidates with special needs or disabilities during our recruiting process. Learn more: https://www.goldmansachs.com/careers/footer/disability-statement.html


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Salary

£40k Per Year

Job Type

Full Time

Posted

1 day ago

Description

Octophin Digital are looking for a Python and PHP developer to help us build software for wildlife conservation and other good causes.

Our work is some of the most fascinating and rewarding in the industry: building interfaces for anti-poaching camera traps and GPS turtle tags, maps of sharks, seals, seabirds and coral reefs, online conservation technology communities, species databases for scientists, educational games and much more.

Outside of the wildlife conservation sector we work closely with several arts organisations and charities.

The best part of the job is working with some of the most impactful and inspiring organisations and people, on projects that make a genuine positive impact.

We're looking for an experienced developer who loves writing PHP and Python and has deep knowledge of both object oriented and functional programming concepts. We do a lot of work with complex data structures so a knowledge of databases is essential, especially PostgreSQL.

We spend a lot of time working with content management systems and often build APIs to query content from them or import it from elsewhere. You'll need to be comfortable building and working with large data importers and REST APIs.

We’re a small, hugely collaborative team so you’ll have direct input into everything we do. You'll also be in regular direct conversation and collaboration with scientists, conservationists, charity-workers and arts organisations. Having excellent communication skills and the ability to talk non-technical people through problems and solutions is a key requirement of working with us.

With lots of discussions and meetings with clients both on and off-site, being based with us in London would be best, but some remote work is possible and hours are flexible. Our team has been fully remote during the pandemic and will only return to the office when it is safe to do so.

We’re based in one of the best workspaces in London, Impact Hub Islington, so you’ll be surrounded by a diverse range of brilliant people making a difference to the world.

We try hard to keep our team as healthy and happy as possible so will give you as many holiday and rest days as you need. We'll also pay for you to go to conferences and support you to learn new skills. We're honest with clients about who does what on each project so your great work will be spotlighted and credited as much as possible.

We're big ambassadors for diversity in technology, sponsoring diversity and scholarship placements at conferences and taking part and running several mentorship schemes.

If you love both computer programming and wildlife conservation there is no better place to work. The huge range of interesting projects we do also makes no one week the same and you'll know that you're making the world a better place.

If you want to join our team, please apply with a covering letter explaining some PHP and Python projects you've worked on and the code inside them that you're most proud of.

Please apply before Monday, March 22nd.