Charity Jobs in Home Working

The latest charity jobs in Home working on Third Sector Jobs
  • Physical Activity Programme Lead

    • London or Chesterfield or homebased
    • London = £44,500 pa pro-rata , Rest of UK = £41,250 pa pro-rata
    • Versus Arthritis

    We’re looking for a Physical Activity Programme Lead to collate existing research evidence, insight, learning and practical experiences

    New

  • Corporate Fundraiser

    • Southampton, Hampshire
    • £40,000 FTE
    • Charisma Recruitment Ltd

    We are working with Wessex Neurological Centre to appoint a Corporate Fundraiser – responsible for new & existing partnerships & donor relationships.

  • Philanthropy Manager

    • Flexible & home working
    • £24,000 to £28,651 per annum, plus a homeworking allowance of £500 per annum
    • NSPCC

    Role:  Philanthropy Manager (Midlands) Department: Fundraising, Major Giving, Regional Major Donors Grade: 4 Location: Homebased within the Midland...

  • CEO

    • Homeworking
    • £65,000-£70,000
    • Morgan Hunt

    The Board of Trustees are seeking to appoint a new CEO to lead the International Menopause Society (IMS) which has been established for over 41 yea...

  • Director of Income Generation & Communications

    • Within reasonable commute to Leicester to attend meetings
    • negotiable, competitive salary - flexible depending on full or part time
    • Jon Egging Trust

    Director of Income Generation and Communications required. Competitive Salary – full or part-time hours considered Home Based .

  • Chief Executive Officer

    • Homeworking
    • £40-50,000 full time equivalent
    • Harris Hill Executive

    Job title:  Chief Executive Officer Salary: £40,000-£50,000 full time equivalent, plus 3% pension contribution Working Hours: 3 days (22.5 hours). ...

  • Community Engagement – Project Lead/Facilitator

    • Home-based with travel across Bristol and to Pill
    • £25,000 - £35,000 per annum depending on experience
    • CHM

    Are you looking for a new challenge? Could you raise awareness around health & wellbeing across Bristol’s diverse and underrepresented areas?