The Ethical Property Company is a great place to work, placing equal value on the social, environmental and financial outputs it generates and supporting an inspiring range of charities, social enterprises and small local organisations in the process.
As an ethical employer we aim to create a positive working environment, pay salaries which are fair and appropriate, and promote equality of opportunity.
Staff here are passionate, ambitious and are encouraged to be independent and entrepreneurial in their approach while working towards agreed collective goals. Achieving a healthy work life balance is seen as a positive achievement and benefits such as the 'cycle to work' scheme and sabbaticals after 5 years of service are all the result of the direct feedback from staff over the years.
When surveyed, 98% of our staff said they enjoyed working for the Company and that they shared our values in whole or in part. In addition, in January 2013 we were accredited as a Living Wage employer and we continue to maintain our exceptionally low pay ratio between the highest and lowest paid member of staff – 4.8:1.
If you think you'd like to join us, we'd love to hear from you. Company vacancies are listed below - alternatively, vacancies with some of our 300 tenant organisations across the UK can be found here.
Our Centres contain over 300 tenant organisations, working in a variety of social change focused sectors including Civil Rights, Global Justice, Ethical Finance, Homelessness and Women's Rights.
Any available vacancies will appear below.
Salary for the role is £12,000 to £15,000 for working 3 days per week (£20,000 to £25,000 full time equivalent).
Stakeholder Democracy Network is an international non-governmental organization that helps facilitate community development from a rights-based perspective. SDN operates in the Niger Delta where it supports the communities most adversely impacted by oil exploitation and the challenges of resource curse.
SDN has five pillar issues that represent significant long held grievances and acute problems that we are trying to resolve. These are: Access to Energy, Democratisation, Environment, Resilient Communities, and Resource Governance.
Reporting To: Programmes Director
Hours: 3 days per week
Job Purpose: The purpose of the role is to develop and manage SDN’s communications activities to maximise the influence of its work. The role has three key objectives:
1. To develop and manage SDN’s communications systems and processes.
2. To directly support the communications elements of SDN projects (e.g. events, publications and campaigns).
3. To build a strong external presence and awareness of SDN and its work.
Clikc here to read the full Job Description.
Applications should be made by sending a covering letter, curriculum vitae and a portfolio of work demonstrating ability using Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Acrobat and/or InDesign to info [at] stakeholderdemocracy.org by 10am on Monday 15th January 2018, with reference CODec17. Interviews for the position will take place at the SDN London office during the week of 22nd January 2018.
Your application will be reviewed but only shortlisted candidates will receive further correspondence.
For further information on SDN, please visit www.stakeholderdemocracy.org
£25,000 - £29,000 pa depending on experience.
The Canon Collins Trust is a London-based charity investing in higher education and human rights in southern Africa. Our mission is to build a network of effective, active leaders and organisations across the region who use knowledge and activism to build a more open and just society. To do this, they fund higher education scholarships for those who are committed to social change, and we support organisations using the law to protect the rights of some of South Africa’s most vulnerable and marginalized people.
They are looking to appoint a Learning, Knowledge and Communications Executive as soon as possible. The successful candidate will be responsible for generating learning and knowledge within the Trust and communicating such information externally in order to develop the Trust’s profile. S/he will also be a key point of contact with donors and supporters of the Trust. Please read the job description for further details.
To apply, please send a CV and supporting statement of no more than 2 pages to stuart [at] canoncollins.org.uk by Monday, 22nd January 2018. Interviews early February.