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Supporter Experience Manager

Supporter Experience Manager
Friends of the Earth

JOB DESCRIPTION

Purpose of the Role

To develop and manage the Individual Giving Supporter Experience programme, leading the management and implementation of its strategy in order to maximise the value of our existing donors.

Main Responsibilities

Supporter Experience

Manage the Individual Giving Supporter Experience programme, coordinating a portfolio of projects that delivers on development, retention, stewardship and satisfaction
Maintain a portfolio that has a balance of channels relevant to the donors we are communicating with, utilising print, telephone and online opportunities as appropriate
Monitor programme performance, making tactical and strategic recommendations to enhance KPIs, focusing on return on investment, lifetime value and retention
Financial

Prepare monthly variance reports and quarterly reforecasts for the programme
Monitor programme expenditure to obtain best value for money and in accordance with Friends of the Earth’s financial policies and procedures
Cross-organisational/external

Co-create campaign plans to ensure the organisation maximises fundraising opportunities across our priority campaigns
Work with key colleagues to source engaging content for effective donor communications
Team

Line manage two Individual Giving Officers, supporting them to achieve team and personal objectives
Project sponsor all Supporter Experience projects, managed by the Individual Giving Officers


Key Skills and Attributes

Essential

A proven track record and experience of fundraising from individuals, either donor recruitment or retention or in direct marketing within the commercial sector
Experience of using CRM databases to drive effective direct marketing activity
Experience of setting and managing budgets, monitoring results and financial performance in income and expenditure
Proven ability to analyse and interpret complex financial, performance reporting and marketing data and to draw conclusions/make clear recommendations based on evidence
Desirable

Experience of writing and implementing direct marketing strategy
Line management experience
Experience of using the CARE NG database Skills and Attributes


About the Team

The role is in the Individual Giving team, which sits within the Supporter Gifts & Engagement Department. The Individual Giving team raises over 85% of Friends of the Earth’s income through a variety of Supporter Recruitment and Experience initiatives.

The IG team consists of seven staff;

Individual Giving Manager
Individual Giving Supporter Recruitment Manager
Individual Giving Supporter Experience Manager
Individual Giving Officer x 4
Our IG programme covers a diverse range of activities and techniques. This includes recruitment activity such as DRTV, conversion calling, inserts and online lead generation via campaign actions. Our experience programme includes cash appeals, upgrade, reactivation, supporter magazines, e-appeals and cross-sell activity. We work on standalone fundraising projects as well as collaborating with cross-organisational teams to ensure our priority campaigns deliver on fundraising objectives.

Each Individual Giving Officer manages a selection of projects across recruitment and experience, rotating many on an annual basis as agreed across the team. The Supporter Experience Manager and Recruitment Manager each line-manage two Officers, and project sponsor all projects on their side of the programme.

What we Offer

Generous holiday allowance and pension scheme – with up to 7% employer contribution
Life assurance scheme
Loans - for season ticket, bicycle and personal development
Childcare vouchers
Flexible working e.g. reduced hours, working from different offices, job sharing - agreed with managers on a case by case basis
Removal expenses - agreed on a case by case basis
Employee Assistance Programme - free and confidential legal, financial or emotional advice


Diversity and equal opportunities


Friends of the Earth is an equal opportunities employer and we are especially keen to encourage applications from people currently under-represented in the environment movement including: black and minority ethnic people; disabled people; lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people; and woman in senior positions. Do contact us as we really do want you to see how you can become part of the Friends of the Earth team.



Interim Head of Finance

Interim Head of Finance
Friends of the Earth

JOB DESCRIPTION

Location: London
Hours/days per week:
Either full or part time
Contract: 6 months fixed term contract
Skype interview available: Yes
Closing date: 3 May 9am
Interview date: Monday 9 May or Tuesday 10 May

Purpose of the Role

Friends of the Earth is seeking an Interim Head of Finance to lead the finance team over the next 6 months during year end and a strategy refresh, and to credibly engage senior managers in allocating resources effectively to our priority work and campaigns.

You will ensure sound financial management and regulatory compliance for Friends of the Earth Limited and Friends of the Earth Trust (a charity), as well as lead an improvement in reporting and advise on financial, legal or tax implications in operational work, projects and strategic initiatives.

This role can be full or part-time. Please specify on your application your preference.

The main focus during the 6 month period, in addition to usual financial management responsibilities, will be:

- Ensuring the provision of timely and accurate financial information and analysis to assist in key decision making by Board and Senior Management.
- Leading the year end process and manage the audit (year-end 31st May) ensuring accurate reporting for both companies, including statutory reports;
- Review current financial reporting and align to new strategy, particularly in relation to restricted and unrestricted funds and projects;
- Review the roles and structure of the team to meet future needs of the organisation


Key Skills and Attributes

- Qualified accountant (or equivalent experience) with significant practical experience at senior level, including experience in the charity sector.
- Demonstrated experience of:
- Forecasting and budgeting in a complex rapidly changing organisation
- Up to date technical accounting skills
- Management accounting, analysing trends and making recommendations
- Experience of managing and building high performing teams
- Leading strategic financial planning and/or translating strategy into operational plans, implementation and monitoring progress.
- Enthusiastic approach to work and a desire to achieve outcomes
- Ability to credibly engage senior managers
- A commitment to the values and work of Friends of the Earth

About the Team

Friends of the Earth's Finance team is going through a period of transition after many years of stability. The team includes a Finance Manager and Reporting Accountant, both qualified accountants, as well as a Management Accountant and two part-time Finance Assistants. The team works closely with budget-holders across the organisation as well as Fundraising and the Supporter Care team which processes all income. There is an opportunity to review roles and remits to ensure the team is aligned to support delivery of the strategy and development of the team.

What we Offer

- Generous holiday allowance and pension scheme – with up to 7% employer contribution
- Life assurance scheme
- Loans - for season ticket, bicycle and personal development
Childcare vouchers
- Flexible working eg reduced hours, working from different offices, job sharing - agreed with managers on a case by case basis
- Removal expenses - agreed on a case by case basis
- Employee Assistance Programme - free and confidential legal, financial or emotional advice

Diversity and equal opportunities

Friends of the Earth is an equal opportunities employer and we are especially keen to encourage applications from people currently under-represented in the environment movement including: black and minority ethnic people; disabled people; lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people; and woman in senior positions. Do contact us as we really do want you to see how you can become part of the Friends of the Earth team.



Marketing Assistant

Marketing Assistant
Skills for Care

JOB DESCRIPTION

Marketing Assistant Nature of Contract: Full Time, Permanent Location: Leeds Office, West Yorkshire Salary: £19,112.09 per annum Closing Date: 12 Noon, Monday 2 nd May 2016 Interview Date: 11 th May 2016 A friendly and dynamic marketing team are looking for a marketing assistant to join a busy and fast paced environment. Excellent salary, benefits and opportunities for learning and development. Skills for Care helps create a better-led, more skilled and valued adult social care workforce.

We provide practical tools and support to help adult social care organisations in England recruit, develop and lead their workforce to ensure dignity and respect are at the heart of service delivery. In the role, you'll provide effective and efficient support to the marketing and communications team to help plan and execute a successful programme of activity. Your main responsibilities will be to act as the first point of contact to our customers, manage the availability and distribution of publications, update the website and actively contribute to the improvement of the marketing team's effectiveness.

We're looking for someone who has worked in a similar environment; has excellent communication skills and has the confidence and ability to deal with external suppliers on the phone to negotiate and ensure best value. If this is a role you are interested in, please visit the website for the full job description and to apply. Please note we do not accept CVs.



Trustees

Trustees
MS Society

JOB DESCRIPTION

UK’s leading MS charity seeks trustees

Great opportunity to build upon your senior level experience - whatever your background and wherever in the UK you are.

The MS Society is seeking new Trustees who will challenge us to be even better - as we fund ground-breaking research into the causes and treatment of MS whilst at the same time supporting people with MS here and now.

Do you have experience at Board level in other public or private organisations, or other similar experience? Do you want to work with us as we seek to create a world free from the effects of MS and make a real difference to the lives of people affected by MS?

If so, we want to hear from you. We particularly welcome applications from people with one or more of the following areas of skill, expertise or knowledge:

- Finance / Tax / Investment
- Volunteer engagement
- Marketing / brand
- Strong knowledge and understanding of our local network, branches, support groups and membership.

We’re seeking three senior, highly-talented individuals with the right personal qualities and necessary experience at Board level, to be Trustees. We need strategic thinkers with excellent communication skills - and the ability to assimilate complex information and to ask challenging strategic questions.

You need to share our values and be prepared to commit the time and energy needed to do a great job.

The role is a voluntary one – though expenses are paid.

We welcome enquiries from everyone and value diversity in our people. We are committed to equality of opportunity and a diverse Board of Trustees. We welcome applications from people with the right skills and experience regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, race, religion or belief.

Applications from across the UK are encouraged and expenses are paid - where you live does not affect whether you would be a good Trustee. We encourage applications from people with or affected by MS.

The deadline for completed applications is 16 May and interviews are on the 9 and possibly 10 June.

Please contact Alexa Dunn, Governance Officer, on Alexa.Dunn@mssociety.org.uk or 020 8438 0777 for an information pack which contains further information about the role and about the charity.

Not the role for you? We are also looking for 20 people to join our national councils. These are a vital link, in each of the UK’s four nations, between our Board of Trustees and our senior staff – and our branches, members and the wider community of people living with MS. They are one of the ways in which we ensure that the day-to-day experience of people affected by MS is heard and understood. Again, please contact Alexa for further information, letting her know where you live.



National Council Members

National Council Members
MS Society

JOB DESCRIPTION

UK’s leading MS charity seeks members for its four National Councils

Do you want to work with us as we seek to create a world free from the effects of MS and make a real difference to the lives of people affected by MS?

The MS Society is looking for 20 people to join our national councils across each of the four nations that make up the UK.

Our national councils are a vital link between the MS community – including our branches and members - in each of the four UK nations and our board and senior staff.

They are one of the ways in which we ensure that the day-to-day experience of people affected by MS is heard and understood. They help us make sure that voices from across the different parts of the UK inform our UK-wide strategy.

In each of Cymru, Northern Ireland and Scotland we have between three and five vacancies. In England we are looking to fill eight vacancies, on a regional basis, across roughly half of England.

You need to share our values and be prepared to commit the time and energy needed to do a great job.

The role is a voluntary one – though expenses are paid.

We welcome enquiries from everyone and value diversity in our people. We are committed to equality of opportunity and to diverse National Councils. We welcome applications from people with the right skills and experience regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, race, religion or belief.

The deadline for completed applications is 9 May; interview dates vary across the UK – and will be between 23 and 27 May and 6 and 10 June.

For further information please contact Alexa Dunn, Governance Officer, on Alexa.Dunn@mssociety.org.uk or 020 8438 0777, letting her know in which part of the UK you live.



Director of Public Health

Director of Public Health
Nottingham City Council

JOB DESCRIPTION

Hours: 37
Location: Loxley House, Nottingham

As a Unitary Authority, Nottingham City is home to over 300,000 people. We are proud of our achievements, as a city that has a strong focus on early intervention.

We are seeking to appoint an innovative and forward thinking Director of Public Health, who is committed to making improvements to the health and wellbeing of our citizens, and in reducing health inequalities in the City of Nottingham.
The priorities set out in our Nottingham Plan and Health and Wellbeing Strategy are ambitious, and are set against a context of significant financial challenge. Achieving our aims will require strong partnership work and collective work with citizens, local business, community and voluntary groups and public organisations.

This is an exciting opportunity to lead and shape the future of our public health services, and the delivery of our vision to be a city that enables healthy lifestyles, promotes wellbeing and supports community resilience.

You will have a proven track record in health improvement and reduction in health inequalities, and experience of driving quality and better outcomes for our diverse communities. Highly motivated and committed, you will need to demonstrate high levels of political acumen, influencing skills and be capable of working to different organisational cultures. You will need to be experienced in recognising the impact on the wider determinants of health and in the delivery and implementation of significant health programmes.

If you can match our ambition for healthy lives for all in Nottingham, we would like to hear from you. We particularly welcome applications from the black, minority and ethnic communities for this role as we are currently underrepresented at this level.

For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Alison Michalska on 0115 8763439

Closing date: 9th May 2016

Interview date: 17th June 2016

More information and how to apply for the Director of Public Health post is available at www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/DPH



Head of Economic and Social Affairs Department

Head of Economic and Social Affairs Department
TUC

JOB DESCRIPTION

With member unions representing almost six million working people from all walks of life, the TUC campaigns for a fair deal at work and for social justice at home and abroad.

We are now looking to appoint to the following position:

ECONOMIC & SOCIAL AFFAIRS - ESAD
The Economic and Social Affairs Department plays a key role in ensuring that the TUC is at the heart of public debate in areas including rights at work, the shape of the UK labour market and the strength of the economic recovery.

We are now looking for an outstanding individual to lead this dynamic department and take responsibility for a wide range of policy and campaign areas including: macroeconomic and fiscal policy, pay, labour market (including employment rights) and pensions policy, corporate governance and capital markets, social security and the welfare state and industrial, energy and environment policy.

Head of Economic and Social Affairs Department- Ref ESAD/06/16
Salary Grade 10 £72,981 - £75,751 per annum, including LW.
Temporary leave cover for one year with a possibility of further temporary extension
35 hours per week Monday to Friday
Based at Congress House, London, WC1B 3LS

This is a rare opportunity for someone with a keen interest in public policy and a proven entrepreneurial approach to influencing policy makers and opinion formers. Reporting directly to the General Secretary, you will represent the TUC at the highest level with government, employers and other bodies. The TUC actively welcomes applications from within and from outside the trade union movement.

You will need:

- Experience of representation and advocacy at a senior level while working in a highly politicised environment
- Excellent influencing, negotiation, interpersonal and written communication skills
- Public speaking and media experience
- Research management and data analysis experience
- People, project and financial management skills
- A good understanding of economic policy debates and at least two of the other policy areas covered by the Economic and Social Affairs Department
- Sympathy with the goals of the trade union movement

Closing date for receipt of completed application forms is Friday 6th May 2016.

There will be a two stage interview, dates to be confirmed.
If you have not heard from us within 2 weeks of the closing date, please assume that on this occasion your application has been unsuccessful.

TUC staff enjoy a good benefits package including final salary pension scheme and other benefits. The TUC values a diverse workforce and welcomes applications from all sectors of the community and from within and outside of the trade union movement. We particularly welcome applications from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) candidates, who are underrepresented at this grade in the TUC. We would welcome applications from those wishing to work on secondment. While this is a full time post, we are happy to discuss flexible working with applicants, including job share partners.

For an application pack you can either write to the Personnel and Training Office, TUC, Congress House, Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3LS, e-mail: jobs@tuc.org.uk download a pack from http://www.tuc.org.uk/jobs or voicemail 020 7467 1340. Please quote reference number when applying for an application pack.



Instructional Designer TUC Education

Instructional Designer TUC Education
TUC

JOB DESCRIPTION

With member unions representing more than six million working people from all walks of life the TUC campaigns for a fair deal at work and for social justice at home and abroad.

Fixed Term to 30 June 2017
35 Hours per week
Based at Congress House – London WC1B 3LS

Grade 7 £42,486 including LW rising incrementally to £44,025 pa

We are looking for an individual to be part of a national team responsible for the development and delivery of online education programmes and services to TUC affiliates and internal and external stakeholders. The postholder will be responsible for the instructional design and development of innovative e-learning solutions and educational content that deliver the essential skills and knowledge union representatives require to perform their roles effectively. As well as well experienced in a similar position, the successful candidate will need to demonstrate:-

• Proven experience of interpreting learning requirements and designing creative and effective e-learning solutions.
• Working with SMEs from both private and public organisations
• Excellent writing, communication and interpersonal skills
• Excellent instructional design skills
• Excellent ICT skills including Microsoft packages, (e.g. PowerPoint, Word, Access and Excel) and web-based tools, social media platforms and internet use
• Good visual design skills

The closing date for completed applications for this post is 12.00 noon, Wednesday 18th May 2016. Interview date to be confirmed.

If you have not heard from us within 2 weeks of the closing date, please assume that on this occasion your application has been unsuccessful.

TUC staff enjoy a good benefits package including final salary pension scheme and other benefits. The TUC values a diverse workforce and welcomes applications from all sectors of the community and from within and outside of the trade union movement. We particularly welcome applications from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) candidates, who are underrepresented at this grade in the TUC. We would welcome applications from those wishing to work on secondment.

For an application pack you can either write to the Personnel and Training Office, TUC, Congress House, Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3LS; e-mail: jobs@tuc.org.uk; download a pack from http://www.tuc.org.uk/jobs or leave a message on voicemail 020 7467 1340. Please quote the job reference number when applying for an application pack.



Projects Officer TUC Education

Projects Officer TUC Education
TUC

JOB DESCRIPTION

With member unions representing more than six million working people from all walks of life the TUC campaigns for a fair deal at work and for social justice at home and abroad.

Fixed Term to 30 June 2017
35 Hours per week
Based at Congress House – London WC1B 3LS

Grade 7 £42,486 including LW rising incrementally to £44,025 pa

The TUC is seeking a Project Officer to be part of a national team responsible for the development and delivery of online education programmes and services to TUC affiliates and internal and external stakeholders. The postholder will be responsible for promoting and supporting projects that develop new and innovative learning approaches.

The successful candidate will need to demonstrate:-

• Experience in marketing and promoting project deliverables
• Management and support of projects including performance management
• Excellent writing, communication and interpersonal skills
• Excellent ICT skills including Microsoft packages
• Sound Presentation skills
• Ability to manage and maintain accurate data and produce reports.

The closing date for completed applications for this post is 12.00 noon, Wednesday 18th May 2016. Interview date to be confirmed.

If you have not heard from us within 2 weeks of the closing date, please assume that on this occasion your application has been unsuccessful.

TUC staff enjoy a good benefits package including final salary pension scheme and other benefits. The TUC values a diverse workforce and welcomes applications from all sectors of the community and from within and outside of the trade union movement. We particularly welcome applications from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) candidates, who are underrepresented at this grade in the TUC. We would welcome applications from those wishing to work on secondment.

For an application pack you can either write to the Personnel and Training Office, TUC, Congress House, Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3LS; e-mail: jobs@tuc.org.uk; download a pack from http://www.tuc.org.uk/jobs or leave a message on voicemail 020 7467 1340. Please quote the job reference number when applying for an application pack.

HOME & HOUSING.
YOUR HOME.

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If you live in your own home you may be entitled to a grant which will allow you to adapt your home to allow you to live more independently, and to purchase equipment which will help you in a number of day-to-day tasks.

Adapting your home


Local authorities are required by law to give Disabled Facilities Grants to eligible applicants to make houses suitable for disabled people. The Grants are available to owners and tenants in both private and social housing sectors.You may be expected to pay some of the costs, depending on your financial circumstances.

Contact your local social services department / housing authority to arrange for an assessment of the improvements and adaptations to meet your needs, and details of accessing Disabled Facilities funding. Your local council may also be able to move you to more suitable living accommodation if this is your preference, and would offer the same help as improving or adapting the existing accommodation.


Home Improvement Agencies


If you are arranging for the work to be carried out yourself you may be able to get help from a Home Improvement Agency. They are not-for-profit organisations which advise on what work needs to be done and then project manage it on your behalf.

Foundations


The National Co-ordinating Body for Home Improvement Agencies (HIAs) in England. HIAs are not for profit, locally based organisations that assist vulnerable homeowners to improve, maintain or adapt their home. By improving people's living conditions, HIAs enhance their quality of life and enable them to remain in their home in greater comfort and security. Foundations, Bleaklow House, Howard Town Mill, Glossop, Derbyshire, SK13 8HT - Telephone: 01457 891909

 

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Employment Rights.

Disabled workers share the same general employment rights as other workers, but there are also some special provisions under the Equality Act. Under the Equality Act, it is unlawful for employers to discriminate against disabled people, for a reason related to their disability, in all aspects of employment, unless this can be justified. If you believe that your employer has treated you less favourably than others for a reason related to your disability, or if your employer has not made reasonable adjustments for you in the workplace, you may want to consider further action. There are a number of actions you might take.

Disability Toolkits.

The main barriers can be inaccessible information, inaccessible buildings, inaccessible transport, inflexible procedures and practices. Public services have a duty to consult on the likely impact of proposed policies to ensure they do not have an adverse or negative impact on people due to their disability, age, gender, race or ethnicity, sexuality, religion or faith. Our team provides strategic and practical advice on engagement. Contact us for more information.

Sports & Hobbies.

Contact local council to obtain details of accessible sports facilities, parks, arts, neighbourhood centres, museums, community facilities and entertainment venues in your area. Many national and local sports organisations, clubs and groups cater for people of all ages, with all kinds of disabilities. In addition there are organisations that are specifically for people with particular disabilities. 

Disability Engagement.

Effective community engagement and consultation can help ensure the Council is providing the services that residents really need, in the way that residents want to access them. It is crucial that those being asked to take part in engagement of whatever type understand what the offer is - whether it is the ground rules of a participatory budgeting event, consultation on service changes, or why it is important to register to vote. 

Accommodation needs.

Plan ahead and let the airline or travel operators know about your needs - it is their job to help you and make your trip as safe and comfortable as possible. Choose your method of transport with care, and when flying, go with the most direct route so that you are not left trying to change flights at numerous locations around the world. Discuss with the airline if you will need any assistance.

Sportability.

A British registered charity which provides sporting and adventurous activites for people with all forms of paralysis. Activities include everything from Archery to Canoeing, Gliding to Shooting, Quad-biking to Scuba-Diving, Land-yachting, Falconry and Fishing.

Motoring.

If you are disabled and need motor transport to get out and about, contact Motability, an independent not-for-profit organisation, which provides options on car transport solutions for disabled people. In addition The Disabled Drivers' Motor Club (DDMC) is a specialist voluntary organisation in the UK run by and for disabled people who have an interest in motoring and independent mobility.

Reasonable Adjustments.

Under the Equality Act your employer has certain duties to make ‘reasonable adjustments’ to ensure that you are not put at a substantial disadvantage by their employment arrangements or by any physical feature of the workplace. Examples of the sort of adjustments your employer should consider in consultation with you, are set out in the Equality Act.

YOUR RIGHTS IN HEALTH.
HEALTH SERVICES.

Your Rights in Health

YOUR RIGHTS IN HEALTH

The Equality Act 2010 is the law protecting people living with a disability from any form of discrimination as a result of their disability. Under the Act health and social services must give disabled people the same access as all other service users. 

Health Consent

CONSENT

You must be given the opportunity to grant or deny your consent to any health procedure that is suggested, provided you are mentally able to give it, are in possession of enough information to allow you to make a decision and your consent is given freely and not as the result of pressure from anyone else.

Disability Health Services

HEALTH SERVICES

If you are disabled, or care for a disabled relative or friend it is important that you understand what health related services are available to you from social services, the Health Service and voluntary organisations. 

Occupational therapists

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPISTS

Occupational therapists work with people of any age with physical or mental health problems to promote their independence in caring for themselves, in employment and in leisure activities. Occupational Therapists work with disabled people, their families and/or carers, to resolve any practical problems or restrictions on lifestyle that might be experienced.

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Disability Network Sponsorship

SPONSORSHIP
DISABILITY NETWORK

Sponsorship is a great way to support the Disability Network whilst gaining fantastic visibility for your company.

Disability Network Will

LEGACY
WILL AND GIFT

Leaving a legacy for the Disability Network is one of the most valuable and lasting ways you can support us.

Disability Awareness

DISABILITY AWARENESS
PARTNERSHIP

The Disability Awareness partnership provides the business community with the opportunity to gain recognition.

Disability Network Profile

COMPANY PROFILE
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Company profile page gives advertisers a mini website within our niche coverage dedicated to promoting their organisation.

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ONLY DIFFERENT.

RECRUITERS. £380 Job Posting

With commitment to equal opportunities for the disabled community at its core, the Disability Network brings together jobseekers with employers committed to equality in their recruitment practices.

ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS. £6500 per year

This subscription allows the jobs you post on your website to automatically appear on our job board. We do all the work! You can avoid having to send the jobs to us.

HOME PAGE LOGO. £6700 per year

Links are non-animated advertising which appear at the home pages, providing a high visibility short-cut straight to your information result or your website.

FEATURED EMPLOYER. £4000 per year

This is a value added option, allowing advertisers to uniquely position their organisation’s name at the centre of the home page, with a dedicated link to your advertised positions or Company Profile.

COMPANY PROFILE. £6500 per year

Company profile page gives advertisers a mini website within our niche coverage dedicated to promoting their organisation, its opportunities and career development policies to interested candidates.

EMAIL CAMPAIGN. £800

Press releases enable diversity friendly organisations to get their diversity news out, to promote the work their people in the business or organisation are doing, or to announce changes.