Consultant to review current Child and Vulnerable Adult Protection Policy and practice
Sense International seeks a consultant to carry out a full review of the existing Child and Vulnerable Adult Protection Policy, working with members of the organisation to update this policy and to make recommendations for the improvement of current processes and practice relating to the safeguarding of children and adults with deafblindness and multi-sensory impairments (MSI).
Expression of Interest: Please respond with your Expression of Interest to Isabel Gammie, Programme Officer: email@example.com by 9am, Monday 11 December 2017.
In summary, the Expression of Interest should include:
• Your track-record, including recent projects, and your experience of delivering work similar to this project in scope or focus
• A comparable writing sample
• Your proposed methodology
• A timeline for delivering this work
• An indicative budget for the project
If you have any queries, please contact Isabel Gammie using the address above.
Consultant to deliver organisational model on inclusive education
Sense International (SI) seeks a consultant to create a tailored statement / model / programme guidance on inclusive education for children with deafblindness. SI works through a rights-based approach to enable children with deafblindness to gain the best possible education. We need to set down and agree our approach to inclusive education, gaining organisational buy-in to a common ‘model’.
Expressions of interest: Please respond with your expression of interest to Clare O’Donovan, Clare.O’Donovan@sense.org.uk by 12 noon, Friday 24 November 2017.
If you have queries please contact Clare or Alison Marshall, Director of Sense International firstname.lastname@example.org
Job title: Trusts Officer
Location: Kings Cross, London
Deadline for applications: 12pm (EAT) on Monday 20 November 2017
Sense International is a global charity that supports people with deafblindness and complex sensory impairments by working in partnership with local organisations and governments to develop education, health and livelihoods programmes, awareness raising and advocacy.
We are currently recruiting for a Trusts Officer to work 37.5 hours per week at our Head Office in London. This opportunity is offered on a permanent basis.
The purpose of the post is to deliver an agreed income target from charitable trusts and foundations. The post-holder will work as part of a team to sustain and grow Trusts income in line with Sense and Sense International fundraising strategies. The post-holder will be responsible for securing a minimum income target of £250,000, which may rise in line with Sense and Sense International trust fundraising strategies. You will use existing project proposals, develop mailings and future products according to the charities' strategies.
The culture in our small team is one of collaboration and cross team work within the wider High Value Relationships Team and beyond to maximise opportunities. Personal development is well supported, including the option of project managing the Fundraising Assistant on a case by case basis.
Visit the Sense Jobs website to apply for the role online.
First published: Thursday 13 November 2014
Last updated: Monday 27 November 2017