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Over The Wall Staff

Closing Date 7 April 2024
Salary £42k pa
Reports to Director of Development / Chief Executive
Hours 35 hours per week
Location Midlands-based: Home-based, with easy access to Derby

Over The Wall, a beacon of hope for seriously ill children, is seeking a dynamic Capital Fundraising Campaign Manager to lead our exciting venture in the Midlands. With our sights set on opening our first permanent site in Derby by 2026, you’ll be at the forefront of making dreams a reality. From cultivating relationships with high-net-worth individuals to facilitating site visits and community engagement, your role will be instrumental in securing the funds needed for this transformative project. Working closely with our dedicated team, you’ll drive the implementation of a comprehensive funding strategy, bringing together stakeholders, and championing our vision both internally and externally.

If you’re a motivated, strategic thinker with a passion for making a difference, join us on this extraordinary mission. Apply now and be part of shaping the future of Over The Wall!

Job Description

Closing Date 10 March 2024
Salary £36k – £38k pa
Reports to Director of Development / Head of Trusts & Statutory Funding
Hours 35 hours per week
Location Flexible / Hybrid (Head Office in Havant, Portsmouth. Relocating to Derby in 2026)

We are on the lookout for an exceptional Capital Trusts Fundraising Manager to join the heart of our mission at Over The Wall Children’s Charity. In the pivotal phase of our ambitious Capital Campaign, you will be the driving force behind securing funds for the transformative redevelopment of Ockbrook School in the Midlands. This is a unique opportunity to be part of a legacy, propelling forward the vision set by Hollywood icon Paul Newman. Your role will involve managing a substantial portfolio of high-value trust funders, strategically blending revenue and capital requests to support our ongoing projects alongside the Ockbrook transformation. If you are a strategic thinker, passionate about making a lasting impact, and eager to be at the forefront of a visionary campaign, join us in turning dreams into reality.

Be part of a team that changes lives and shapes the future – apply now and make a significant contribution to our exciting journey!

Job Description

Closing Date 14 April 2024
Salary £35,392 per annum
Reports to Clinical and Recruitment Director
Hours 35 hours per week
Location Home working, with travel across the UK

Over The Wall seeks an individual passionate about the well-being needs of children and young people who use our service. You will also be a qualified nurse and occasionally use your clinical knowledge and skills to support the OTW Nursing Team when necessary.

The Wellbeing Coordinator will play a pivotal role in ensuring the well-being of children and young people attending our camps. They will assess the social, emotional, and developmental needs of children and young people attending camp to determine the support needed during the camp experience. They will work alongside volunteers and colleagues to implement support strategies at camp that meet these needs.

Be part of a team that changes lives and shapes the future – apply now and make a significant contribution to our exciting journey!

Job Description

Volunteer Roles: Ages 18+

Teammates are an essential part of camp, supporting campers throughout their time at Camp, building fantastic relationships whilst encouraging and inspiring and empowering campers as they complete camp activities. Campers will be divided into teams based on the age groups of 8-10, 11-13, 13-15 and 15-17. 

Or do you have an interest in an activity area? E.g. Arts and Crafts, drama or sports? Join our activity team to run some fantastic sessions that have been planned by our activity team and will be taught to you so that you can confidently run them and help bring some fun and excitement to the sessions.

Your mission should you wish to choose it is to capture all the magic moments of camp! If you have some photographic or videography experience and have a flair for capturing those special moments then this could be the role for you at camp. We will provide you with the equipment and time to collate the spectacular moments of fun campers have had a camp. You will put these together to create a slide show which is shown at the end of camp to everyone to really enjoy and look back on all the amazing of experiences they had at camp.  

Our Safeguarding Officers are an extremely important part of Camp as they act as ambassadors of our Safeguarding policy, helping to ensure the mutual protection of Campers, Volunteers and Staff.  

Your role would be to be available to discuss and advise the Over The Wall safeguarding staff on any potential concerns which have been raised. Whilst you will not be responsible for contacting the appropriate authorities to investigate concerns, you will be vital in ensuring the correct channels are made aware of any Safeguarding breaches. Throughout Camp you will also need to be vigilant and observant to ensure Safeguarding procedures are in place and being followed. 

Nurses, doctors and paramedics have a critical role to play at an Over The Wall Camp, to provide safe and effective care, whilst joining in the mischief and magic of camp. Can you help?