Are you looking for an opportunity to be an intern with a viable and realistic organisation that will groom you and set you for your future job aspects?Look no further and send your CV to [email protected] send your letter of interest.This offer is valid until the end of October 2015.Female candidates are also encouraged to apply.
ReSa is a non profit making organisation that aims at rebuilding an 86 year old township.With Asset based Community development as its basis ,its main objective to rebuild and restore community resilience and capacity to develop their own communities.ReSa staff acts as facilitators to this endeavour.Currently Resa is looking for volunteers in the following fields
Looking for vibrant self motivated and creative fundraising team.This is a work from home job.You will hold meetings with the staff on skype and teleconversations.Gratuity will be revealed to interested people who are serious and committed.
We are looking for a wedesigner to professionalise our website and make it lucrative.We are doing so much so far and lots of these activities need to be updated and uploaded regularly.This is also a work from home position and can b done from any country.
If you are intersted in joining the dynamic team of Resa kindly send an email to [email protected].
Finance and Admin Manager
Salary: depending on experience.
Hours: 37 hrs per week, flexible working hours.
Type of position: Permanent
Responsible to: Executive Director
Responsible for: N/a
Primary Purpose: To manage all of the financial accounting, monitoring and reporting of ReSa.
Main Duties and Responsibilities:
Provide day-to-day management of the finances of ReSa including budget monitoring; invoicing; purchases and staff expenses.
Manages the organisations financial administration, ensuring controls are in place to maintain the security and accuracy of financial information.
Administration of monthly payroll in accordance with Inland Revenue and other regulations.
To prepare annual accounts for audit and liaise with the auditor as necessary.
Keep up to date with financial regulations and legislation.
Produce financial and management reporting information to internal and external stakeholders.
Provision of financial training, support and advice to budget holders as necessary.
Record and bank all money received by the charity and liaise with the bank as necessary
Carry out the bank reconciliation including monitoring direct debit and standing order payments.
Monitor the receipt of grants and other income.
Transfer funds between bank accounts to ensure maximum interest.
To manage Gift Aid applications.
To prepare cash-flow forecasts.
To prepare quarterly management accounts of the charity and financial reports for the Trustee Board and Finance Sub-Committee.
Liaise with the Treasurer.
Contribute to the Senior Management Team.
Prepare the annual budget with the Executive Director, the Senior Management Team and the Trustee Board.
Complete and submit annual end of year returns.
Issue any other documents as necessary.
Maintain staff personnel records.
Update company personnel information e.g. company handbook.
Ensure that adequate insurance cover is maintained for the charity and liaise with insurance brokers as necessary.
Carry out facilities management duties as required, dealing with the landlord and property management agent for building maintenance, cleaning contracts, insurance and risk assessment.
Abide by and ensure that all aspects of charity’s finance work comply with ReSa equal opportunities, child protection and other policies.
Any other duties as reasonably required.
Substantial experience working as a Finance Manager or similar role.
Strong IT skills and experienced in the use of financial software.
Knowledge of or ability to learn QuickBooks.
Qualified Accountant (CIMA /ACCA/UNISA) or able to demonstrate similar skill level and understanding through experience.
Ability to work on own initiative and prioritise workload.
Ability to develop, monitor and maintain management information systems.
Experience of budget development and the production of financial management information.
Experience of SORP accounting guidelines and the production of end of year accounts.
Good communication skills in person and in writing.
Ability to lead and to contribute to the management team.
Understanding of equalities and diversity requirements in relation to service delivery and the recruitment of staff and volunteers.
Any other duties as reasonably required . by admin.
Fundraising and Relationship Manager
Job Title: Fundraising and Relationship Manager
Responsible to: Chief Executive
Salary: To be disclosed to successful candidates
Working Hours: 35 hours per week (with opportunities for flexible working)
Location: RESA offices -Mutare
To produce and implement a Fundraising Strategy for the RESA to increase income and support the development of the RESA and its services.
To increase the RESA’s supporter base, strengthening existing relationships with volunteers, trusts and other supporters and to create new ones.
Lead the development of the RESA’s Fundraising Strategy in collaboration with the Chief Executive, trustees and the Fundraising Committee.
Take primary responsibility for the RESA’s fundraising activities, currently generating in the region of £180k and expected to rise to over £500k in the next 3 years.
Explore new fundraising opportunities for the RESA.
Plan an annual calendar of fundraising applications, appeals and events in response to approved expenditure targets.
Develop the RESA’s database and fundraising record systems, to ensure accurate information on donors, events and opportunities.
Prepare and present regular management reports on fundraising activities.
Manage the fundraising budget.
Support and make effective use of the RESA’s Fundraising Committee.
Ensure that all aspects of the RESA’s fundraising are carried out safely and in accordance with the law, Institute of Fundraising Codes of Practice and the RESA’s policies.
Charitable Trusts and Foundations:
Prepare tailored and compelling applications to trusts and other institutional funders, in liaison with the Executive Director and service delivery staff.
Research and identify potential new sources and make applications
Maintain and develop relationships between the RESA and past funders, as well as building fruitful relationships with new ones
Ensure that appropriate information is gathered on funded projects and provide accurate and timely reports to funders.
Events (Third Party)
Ensure that first-class support is provided to those raising money for RESA.
Maximise potential of events to recruit new supporters and build productive relationships with them.
Research potential events (such as RESA, etc.) to promote to potential and existing supporters and families, for them to able to raise money for the RESA
Produce and promote ideas, information and guidance to encourage more people to raise funds for the RESA.
Individual Donor Development
Research potential donors and together with the Chief Executive devise and make approaches to them
Make effective use of newsletters, the web site, and other social networking media to communicate with and to motivate current and potential donors.
Research and develop opportunities to maximise methods of fundraising such as recycling schemes, SMS donations, and online partnerships.
Work with the Chief Executive in preparing a proactive and ongoing legacy, in memoriam and tribute giving campaign.
Develop the RESA’s brand and external communications activities to maximise reach and potential to generate voluntary income.
The post-holder will be working in a developing environment and may be expected to undertake other appropriate duties for the effective operation of the RESA.
The post-holder may on occasion be required to attend events in other parts of the country, at weekends or in the evening. Time off in lieu will be given for these.
1 .Proven success in a fundraising, income generation or customer service environment.
2.Ability to think strategically and creatively about fundraising potential and to contribute to the strategic planning of the organisation as a whole.
Experience of securing funds from grant-making trusts through crafting persuasive written applications and nurturing relationships with key individuals.
Experience of achieving successful organisational objectives through working with volunteers, agencies and other ‘arms-length’ groups and individuals.
Experience drafting project budgets and managing fundraising budgets.
First-class writing and presentation skills, including preparation of fundraising materials, supporters’ newsletters, copy for websites, donor reports, etc.
Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability quickly to build a rapport and working relationship with stakeholders at all levels.
Familiarity with the use of new communications and social networking media and the ability to set up new systems.
Strong IT skills, including proficiency in all aspects of Microsoft Office.
Experience of managing a database or CRM system effectively.
Experience of ensuring accurate and effective fundraising administration and of producing management reports.
Strong attention to detail and a highly organised approach to work.
Ability to manage concurrent deliverables and work under pressure on a daily basis.
Strong self-motivation and the ability to work on personal initiative as well as working effectively as part of a small team.
Sensitivity to the cause and to factors that may affect our supporters.
Experience of planning, managing and organising events to raise the profile of and funds for the organisation.
Experience of work with major donors, building relationships, successfully asking for major gifts and retaining their support and interest.
Knowledge of the legislative environment within which we operate (Data Protection, Gift Aid etc.).
Eagerness to be aware of developments in the charity fundraising marketplace and to network with other fundraisers.