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  • Website Support & Analytics Officer (Temporary 6 Month Contract)

    Salary: Up to £24,238 per annum, 25 days Annual Leave (pro rata) plus 8 Bank Holidays, Free car parking, Free Refreshments & Flexible Working| Location: Camerton near Bath

    Full Time

    The National Osteoporosis Society wants a brighter future for people affected by osteoporosis and fragility fractures. We are the only UK-wide charity dedicated to ending the pain and suffering caused by osteoporosis.

    Reporting to the Head of Digital, the post holder will be responsible for ensuring that our website runs efficiently. Acting as a bridge between the charity and our third-party supplier, you will make sure that work requests are managed, prioritised and resolved. In addition to this, you will take the lead on site analytics and reporting.

    We’re seeking a natural communicator with comprehensive knowledge when it comes to areas such as content management systems, HTML, Google Tag Manager and Google Analytics as well as being well versed with User Acceptance Testing. You’ll be well organised, have strong attention to detail, and be able to forge effective working relationships with colleagues and external stakeholders.

    If you are self-motivated, target-driven and enjoy working as part of a team we would love to hear from you.

    To apply, please upload an up to date CV and a cover letter outlining how your skills and experience meet the job description and criteria. All applicants applying must have the right to work in the UK. The relevant documentation to demonstrate the right to work in the UK will be requested at interview stage. Closing date is 16th November 2017.

    Job Description

    Reporting to the Head of Digital, the post holder will be responsible for ensuring that our website runs efficiently. Acting as a bridge between the Society and our third-party supplier, you will make sure that work requests are managed, prioritised and resolved. In addition to this, you will take the lead on site analytics and reporting.

    Key Priorities

    Website Support

    1. Managing and prioritising work requests from across the Society. Providing solutions where possible or passing to our third party supplier when required
    1. Owning the website ticket backlog, and working with our third-party supplier to ensure work requests are completed on time and to specification
    2. Reporting all technical and configuration issues to our third-party supplier. Liaising with them to agree time frames for resolution.
    3. Ensuring that all relevant updates or work requests have gone through UAT before going live
    4. Liaising with internal stakeholders to update them on the status of their requests and manage their expectations
    5. Using existing templates, approve and publish content as and when required. Ensure tags are applied
    6. Managing permissions in the CMS and keeping a log of all active users
    7. Responding to external user requests as required eg. password resets


    Analytics

    1. With support from the Head of Digital, implement and own Google Tag Manager
    2. Ensuring key goals are set up and functioning
    3. Where relevant, creating custom dashboards for stakeholders across the Society
    4. Provide reporting as and when required
    5. Proactively making recommendations to optimise site performance based on analytics


    Other

    1. If skills allow, supporting with the management of third party plugins eg. Eventbrite & Merchello
    2. Training new starters on the basics of using the CMS eg. using templates, using a WYSIWYG editor
    3. Sharing best practice guidance with the society and helping other staff become more self-sufficient in relevant areas
    4. Other duties as reasonably requested by the Head of Digital


    Personal Specification

    Essential

    • Familiarity with content management systems (Umbraco would be an
    • advantage)
    • Experience of managing a ticket log and prioritising a busy work schedule
    • Working with a third party and ensuring that they deliver on time
    • Working knowledge of HTML
    • Experience of managing Google Tag Manager
    • Experience of setting up custom dashboards in Google Analytics
    • An understanding of UAT process
    • The ability to communicate with people at all levels – eg medical/health
    • professionals, volunteers, colleagues.
    • Education to degree level or equivalent
    • Excellent organisational and analytical skills
    • Proven ability to manage competing priorities and meet deadlines
    • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal


    Desirable

    • Working in the health or charity sector
    • The ability to work with CSS, Javascript and C#

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  • Finance Assistant

    Salary: Up to £21,535 per annum pro rata. Part Time (25-30 hours per week working over 5 days Monday to Friday). Comprehensive Employee Benefits including Pension Scheme 7% contributed by Employer, 25 Days Annual Leave (pro rata), Life Assurance and Free Car Parking.

    Part Time

    The National Osteoporosis Society wants a brighter future for people affected by osteoporosis and fragility fractures. We are the only UK-wide charity dedicated to ending the pain and suffering caused by osteoporosis.

    This is an opportunity to play a key role in supporting the finance team in delivering a first-class finance service. Ensuring that the Charity’s income and expenditure is processed accurately are amongst a number of the key role responsibilities.
    We’re seeking an enthusiastic self-starter with great organisation skills, a methodical approach and great attention to detail. You’ll be a natural communicator with the ability to forge effective working relationships with colleagues and key stakeholders.

    To apply, please upload an up to date CV and a cover letter outlining how your skills and experience meet the job description and criteria. All applicants applying must have the right to work in the UK. The relevant documentation to demonstrate the right to work in the UK will be requested at interview stage.

    A Basic CRB Disclosure will be required for this role.

    Closing date is 27th November 2017. Interviews will be held at Camerton on Friday 8th December 2017. Please note: This advert may close early if a high volume of applications are received.

    The National Osteoporosis Society operates an Equal Opportunities Policy and does not discriminate on the grounds of disability, age, ethnicity, religion, sexuality or gender.

    National Osteoporosis Society is a registered charity No 1102712
    Registered as a company limited by guarantee in England and Wales No 4995013. Scotland charity number SC039755

    The Role

    Reporting to the Financial Accountant, this position will be responsible for ensuring that the Charity’s income and expenditure is processed accurately, and in accordance with our agreed policies and procedures. 

    Key Responsibilities/Duties

    Key responsibilities include:

    1. Monitor, process and arrange payments of the Charity’s purchase invoices, credit notes and staff expenses
    2. Monitor Purchase Order authorisation and processing
    3. Administer and monitor the Charity’s petty cash
    4. Monitor the Charity’s creditors list to ensure that supplier invoices are paid in accordance with agreed terms and that any queries are resolved promptly
    5. Raise Sales Invoices
    6. Provide assistance for members of Finance team during periods of holiday and absence
    7. Process Income on CRM and Access Dimensions
    8. Provide support to Charity staff in other departments – purchase orders, expenses etc.
    9. Assist in the opening of mail on a daily basis and recording it on the CRM
    10. Process the banking on a weekly basis and depositing it at the local bank
    11. Carry out other duties as may be reasonably requested

     Outputs

    • Prepare an Aged Creditors List with all items being managed in accordance with the Charity’s policies and procedures
    • Prepare a monthly petty cash reconciliation, for approval by the Financial Accountant
    • Cashbook payments & cheque payment reports

     Key Relationships

    Internal - All Staff

     External – Volunteers, Bank, Support Groups, Suppliers, Members of the charity 

     

    Essential

    1. Excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Outlook; Word and Excel
    2. Good Organisation skills
    3. High levels of accuracy and attention to detail
    4. Full driving licence and use of own vehicle
    5. Previous experience in a customer focused environment

     

     

     Desirable

    1. Experience of working in a Finance Team
    2. Experience of working within the charity sector and use of a CRM

     NOS operates an Equal Opportunities Policy and does not discriminate on the grounds of disability, age, ethnicity, religion, sexuality or gender.

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