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Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust, London (Hybrid)
£35,000 - £37,500 per year
Integral to the development of the charity, an opportunity for a resourceful individual to generate income through Trusts and Statutory
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London, Greater London (Hybrid)
£35,000 - £37,500 per year
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

Overview of the role

Our long term vision is for cervical cancer to be eradicated and until then that no woman that is diagnosed goes without the support she needs. The charity has set out an ambitious five year vision, and this will require significant growth in income to allow us to significantly extend our information and support programmes.

The Trusts and Statutory Manager will build on recent success; manage the overall growth of trusts, foundations and statutory funding in order to help Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust secure the income needed to achieve sustainable growth. There will be an increased focus on the Statutory income stream over the coming years. The post holder will be responsible for working with teams across the organization to develop new projects and evaluating existing projects.

You will be building relationships with funders, writing applications, networking and providing first class stewardship to a range of funders. You will need a track record of raising significant funds from trusts, have excellent communication skills and an ability to assess impact, costs and added value.

This post requires someone who has extensive experience in generating income from Trust/ Statutory funders. This role is integral to the development of the charity and so is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced, resourceful, ambitious and hardworking individual.

Overall purpose of the role

To develop and implement a strategy to grow sustainable income from trust, foundation and statutory funders. This includes identifying, researching and cultivating new sources of income whilst also developing and maintaining strong relationships with current donors.

Key tasks and responsibilities

  • Developing and implementing a strategy for maximising income from Trusts, Foundation and Statutory funders
  • Being the key contact for all Trust, Foundation and Statutory fundraising activities
  • Research and qualify a robust pipeline of potential funders in order to achieve sustainable growth, ensuring that prospects are matched to projects appropriately; with a particular focus on securing multi-year /  high value (£50k+) grants, as well as increasing our pipeline of medium size funders
  • Work alongside the Head of Fundraising and the Chief Executive to develop and manage key supporter relationships, sharing information and leads; build new donor relationships and maintain current relationships through appropriate means e.g. reporting, meetings, networking and communications.
  • Plan and deliver an application and reporting calendar for funders of all sizes; implementing bespoke approaches, cultivation and stewardship in order to maximize income and engagement
  • Develop effective working relationships with senior management, trustees and senior level volunteers in order to maximise their contribution to the success of the trusts and statutory programme
  • Work with colleagues across the organisation to develop a range of projects (for core and new work) into fundable and compelling applications ensuring they meet funder requirements and are backed up with clear and detailed budgets.
  • Establish processes with delivery colleagues to monitor and evaluate activity and ensure funder reports are delivered within deadlines, and in line with grant and funder requirements
  • Research and monitor new developments/funding opportunities, and sector trends
  • Monitor and report against operational plans, income and expenditure budgets and other KPIs to ensure objectives are achieved and exceeded; proposing plans for remedial action if income and expenditure projections are not on track
  • Ensure that all funds received are accurately allocated as unrestricted or restricted grants
  • Take responsibility for ensuring that full records of all Trusts, Foundations and Statutory activity (including research, asks, mailings, updates, communications and income), are maintained on the charity’s database and other internal systems
  • Work alongside the Head of Fundraising to contribute to overall fundraising strategy. Support and contribute to cross-team projects, leading on projects as required
  • To attend and contribute to team meetings and work closely with colleagues in order to understand their funding needs.
  • Where appropriate represent the charity at external events
  • Occasionally be asked to work outside of office hours or travel outside of London

The job description gives an outline of key duties and is not intended to be an exhaustive list. The post holder may be asked from time to time to take on other responsibilities as reasonably requested by their manager

Application resources
More about Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust

Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust is the only UK charity dedicated to women and their families affected by cervical cancer and ce... Read more

Posted on: 16 May 2022
Closing date: 03 June 2022 at 17:00
Tags: Fundraising

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