Chief fundraising officer jobs
We are delighted to be recruiting an Executive Assistant to our CEO!
As an experienced Executive Assistant, you will support our CEO and ensure the smooth running of the Chief Executive's office. This involves proactive diary management, making all necessary arrangements for internal and external meetings, understanding the CEO’s priorities and supporting through the efficient management of time and focus. You are a skilled problem solver and plan ahead. You are an expert communicator, on the phone, in all written forms including email and face-to-face. You work well under pressure, are self-motivated and can manage upwards. You are creative, adaptable and a passionate team player who enjoys getting things done. You live our values of perseverance, integrity, compassion and creativity.
The role, at the heart of Place2Be, will involve liaising with all teams across Place2Be as well as our Chair and our terrifically committed Board of Trustees. You will be responsible for minute-taking of Executive, Committee and Trustee meetings and organising board meetings. You will also have contact with a wide range of external stakeholders including head teachers, key partners from government and high level funders and supporters.
As a frequent first-point of contact in this fast-paced, dynamic organisation, you will play a key role in leading and reflecting the highest quality of standards and professionalism. We can depend on you to remember the finer details at all times. We are particularly interested in attracting applications from Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic backgrounds. You have integrity and are trustworthy. This role involves dealing with sensitive and confidential issues, discretion is key at all times. You will have a passion and interest in people, a commitment to making a difference in children’s lives so they can reach their full potential.
What will I be responsible for in my new role?
- Provide administrative support to the Chief Executive Officer and act as Secretary, administering and taking minutes of Executive and Committee meetings
- Manage diary, organise meetings and conference calls, book meeting rooms and refreshments, prepare agendas, source and provide briefings, follow up on progress, source and book external venues when necessary
- Liaise and interact with senior internal management, trustees and external contacts. Manage and administer all enquiries to the CEO’s office, prioritising as appropriate
- Manage office in the absence of the CEO - keep abreast of developments, handle contacts sensitively, take and, where possible, deal with telephone messages and internal and external queries
- Co-ordinate and organise visits and visitors
- Arrange travel and produce itineraries.
As the successful candidate:
- possess excellent communication skills - written and verbal – with a confident and pleasant telephone manner, maintaining confidentiality
- feel at ease communicating with a wide range of people, confidently building and maintaining relationships
- possess the ability to work effectively with all levels within the organisation and with key external partners and funders
- be proficient in diary management, report preparation, business writing and able to work at Director level in a busy office environment
- well organised, strong planner, unflappable, with experience of keeping calm and focused when working under pressure
- possess the ability to use own initiative, be energetic and a self-starter
- be numerate, have strong writing skills, demonstrating attention to detail and able to produce written documents to a high standard
1st Interview date: 1st September at EC1V 4LW
In return we offer you a range of fantastic benefits including:
- Enhanced Annual Leave entitlement
- Robust Learning and Development Programme
- Contributory Pension Scheme
- Life Assurance, 4x Annual Salary
- Employee Assistance Programme
- Mobile Phone Discounts (EE Network)
- Cycle purchase and season ticket loan schemes
- Extended Maternity/Paternity Pay
If you share our core values of perseverance, integrity, compassion and creativity and have the counselling skills and patience to support some of the UK’s most vulnerable young people and families, we would love you to join us. It’s sensitive and demanding work – but hugely rewarding and fulfilling - you will be helping to give young people a brighter future.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Do you understand audiences and their motivations for giving, and you want to be a part of an Individual Giving programme you can be proud of? Do you love a challenge, enjoy working with a variety of personalities and opinions, and want the chance to make a massive difference at an amazing charity? If you believe those who have served our country, and their loved ones, deserve the support they so rightly deserve when they are wounded, this could be your next role.
Every day, men and women leave a career they love in the Armed Forces as a result of physical or mental wounds, with their lives changed forever. Help for Heroes supports them, and those still serving, to recover and get on with the rest of their lives. Our unique approach relies on dynamic fundraising and that’s where you come in.
In this role you’ll be involved in creating fabulous online and offline campaigns that inspire people to engage with and donate to this incredible charity. You’ll manage donor development campaigns driven by audience insight and best practice. You know what makes a good direct response campaign, and how to get the best out of colleagues and suppliers. We’re not saying it’s going to be easy, but you’ll succeed by being determined, focused and working well with others.
The job can be remotely based and you’ll occasionally travel to Wiltshire, London and elsewhere to meet supporters, wounded veterans and colleagues.
Click apply to view full details of the role.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We are looking for a dynamic and enthusiastic Head of Community & Events Fundraising to help develop and drive forward our ambitious growth plans for this area.
The Head of Community & Events Fundraising will be responsible for managing the existing community and events team, whilst also delivering their own individual income target and the overall strategy.
- Working with the Charity CEO you will develop and deliver the team strategy and operational plans in line with budget and an excellent return on investment
- Ensure the efficient and effective operation of the Community and Events team and highly effective supporter communications and stewardship.
- Actively grow the number of both new and returning supporters.
- Ensure that relationships with community and event fundraisers, groups and volunteers are managed and stewarded to the highest standards – motivating, recognising, and rewarding fundraisers to encourage their long-term support.
- Lead innovation in the team; and manage and develop existing and new products and initiatives to increase income and raise awareness.
- Keep abreast of fundraising trends so Sheffield Hospitals Charity is a model of best and innovative practice.
- Oversee the recruitment, management and motivation of volunteers – including our Volunteer Ambassadors - who will fundraise and raise awareness on behalf of Sheffield Hospitals Charity.
- Manage and oversee effective relationships with suppliers and agencies.
- Use analysis, insight and audience understanding to inform decision making and further develop Community and Event Fundraising.
- Ensure KPIs and reports are in place to support successful delivery of activities and performance.
- Manage income and expenditure budgets, ensuring accurate forecasting, strong financial management and ownership of income targets and KPIs.
- Lead the Community and Events team, effectively, retaining and coaching team members to develop skills, motivation and performance.
- Manage staff (and volunteers) in line with Sheffield Hospitals Charity policy and practice, developing and retaining skills, ensuring motivation and performance.
- Work in partnership with the Communications Team to ensure the brand is developed and promoted to increase the climate of support for Community and Events Fundraising.
- Work in partnership with other areas of Fundraising (Philanthropy, Corporate Partnerships & Trusts and Foundations) to maximise the total lifetime fundraising potential of supporters, and awareness opportunities, Sheffield Hospitals Charity.
- Build positive, supportive and effective working relationships with colleagues across the charity
- Have a strong working knowledge of Sheffield Hospitals Charity vision, mission and impact.
- To complete any other duties and responsibilities as requested, commensurate with this role, and to work at all times in compliance with the Fundraising Regulator’s Code of Practice and Sheffield Hospitals Charity Policy.
Person specification Qualifications/Knowledge/Skills:
- Proven track record of working in the third sector with a minimum of three years in a management role.
- At all times delivering a motivated and can-do approach to work.
- Excellent communication skills including face to face, written and phone.
- Strong, confident presentation skills.
- Ability to motivate and influence supporters to maximise their fundraising
- A flexible approach with a strong focus on results Experience
- Substantial experience of Community & Events Fundraising and strong track record of income growth from community and events fundraising
- Developing and delivering strategy and supporting operational plans
- Working with volunteers and volunteer management
AbScent is a UK charity founded by Chrissi Kelly, inspired by her personal journey of recovery from smell loss. Chrissi suffered anosmia following a virus in 2012. Isolated by her experience and shocked by the lack of information and support, Chrissi sought out answers and is determined that no-one should suffer as she had.
Today, AbScent is driving change to end smell disorders. The charity funds world-class research to find treatments and a cure and will share that information to provide the best support and trusted information to anyone affected by anosmia or smell disorders.
Supported by a distinguished advisory board, AbScent makes a point of only sharing strategies and information based on peer-reviewed scientific evidence.
AbScent is seeking a new Executive Director to provide visible, inspiring and effective senior leadership and direction; enhancing the position of the charity as the representative voice of all those affected by smell and taste disorders and furthering its role as a leading force in care, support and patient involvement in research.
Job title: Executive Director
Location: Home-based anywhere, but able to attend occasional meetings in south-east England/London
Salary: £45,000 (pro rata)
Hours: 22.5 to 35.5 hours per week (flexible, part time and job-share arrangements possible)
The successful candidate will have the senior leadership skills to inspire, motivate and lead and an ability to understand and articulate the basic science of olfaction and olfactory disorders; experience of leading on fundraising and income generation; the interpersonal skills to engage with a wide range of external and internal stakeholders and an understanding of the work of the third sector and a commitment to working within a values-driven organisation.
If you would like to receive an Information Pack on how to apply, please send a CV in confidence to Nick Shanks at [email protected]
For an informal and confidential conversation about the position, please contact Nick at the above address with your contact details, and suitable times to chat.
Closing date for applications: Wednesday 17th August 2022
Both AbScent and Harris Hill operate an equal opportunity policy and commit to treating all of our candidates and jobseekers fairly. We welcome and encourage applications from everyone regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.
About the Role:
St Giles Hospice is looking for an experienced and ambitious Senior Corporate Fundraiser to join its busy fundraising team. The applicant will need to be a proactive individual with corporate fundraising and account management experience, joining St Giles at a hugely important and exciting time, following the launch of our three year care strategy and ahead of our 40th Anniversary celebrations in 2023. The Corporate Fundraiser will have the opportunity to further develop and implement a successful and profitable corporate fundraising and new business strategy that puts the donor at the centre of all we do.
With the intention of building new CSR relationships to provide growth in voluntary income and support, the post holder will be responsible for St Giles Hospice’s corporate and major donor portfolio. You will be able to engage and communicate with people at all levels both within the organisation and externally to provide the best donor management, supporter journey and to inform and inspire support. The post holder will ensure the longevity and retention of our existing corporate partnerships and demonstrate a proactive approach to securing new donors while ensuring that St Giles Hospice is the charity of choice for the communities in which we work.
With experience securing and managing new business and commercial business account management, the post holder will be an excellent communicator who understand the needs of our supporters and corporate community with the ability to tailor their care journey accordingly. You will also be a passionate advocate across the region for Hospice care with empathy towards the Hospice movement. An understanding of the services provided by St Giles is implicit, in line with our vision, purpose, values and behaviours.
Company benefits: To reward the hard work of our fantastic staff, St Giles hospice offers an excellent benefits package as per the below;
• 27 days annual leave plus 8 bank holidays, pro rata.
• Contributory pension scheme (following completion of probation)
• Free car parking
• Training and development opportunities as well as progression within the organisation.
About us: St Giles Hospice is a registered charity providing high-quality medical and nursing care for local people living with cancer and other serious illnesses, as well as offering support for their families and helpers. Care is offered in a variety of ways according to the individual’s needs and is offered out in the community as well as from 2 sites at Sutton Coldfield, and Uttoxeter.
We receive funding from the NHS but primarily we rely on fundraising activities and legacies, together with trading activities (21 Shops, Lottery and other trading) to support our work. We employ more than 300 people across a broad range of roles – from direct patient care to fundraising and administration as well as support from over 1000 volunteers to provide our services. St Giles Hospice has recently achieved a CQC rating of Outstanding.
Further details: If you feel this is the right role for you, please apply on the link below
This post is subject to a Disclose and Barring Service (DBS) check.
Applications received after the closing date will not be considered.
All correspondence in response to applications will be sent via email. Due to the number of applications received, it is not always possible to respond to every application. Therefore, applicants who do not receive a response with 14 days of the closing date should assume that they have been unsuccessful.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
The CORE & Co Foundation is a registered charity set up by CORE Education Trust in 2020 to develop creative partnership programmes for children and young people. Much of the charity’s focus is aimed at working with vulnerable, at risk or under-served communities. The charity’s flagship programme is SAFE delivered on behalf of the DfE with local partners in Birmingham. SAFE is a school’s led programme which aims to prevent young people becoming vulnerable to violent crime. The charity has also supported the development of programmes such as the award-winning Echo Eternal.
This is an exciting, varied and challenging role with opportunities to network, fundraise, advocate, project manage and ultimately bring together a small but growing group of staff to achieve amazing things. A friendly and committed Board of Trustees will support you to achieve the charities and your personal development goals.
The charity enjoys links with CORE Education Trust which offers some corporate services support, but the infrastructure of the charity is that of a small start-up so this will be a hands-on style executive role.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Chief Financial Officer (1298)
Oxfam is a global movement of people working together to end the injustice of poverty.
Do you have previous substantial experience of working in a senior management position within a large and complex multi-disciplinary organization?
Are you a Fully Qualified Accountant (CCAB, CIMA)?
Do you have experience of influencing at Board and Trustee Level?
We are looking for a Chief Financial Officer at a pivotal time of transition and change for the organisation.
What you’ll be doing:
The Chief Financial Officer will play a key role on the Strategic Leadership Team of Oxfam GB, reporting to the Chief Executive. The CFO will lead a high-performing Finance, Legal, Advisory and Governance Division of 80 people, to drive financial strategy and planning, ensure strong governance arrangements across Oxfam GB, and to lead on innovative impact-related projects.
The postholder also has a matrix accountability line to Oxfam country finance teams.
We’re looking for a candidate who cares about Oxfam's mission to end poverty and is personally aligned to the values of empowerment, accountability and inclusion in all you do and our feminist principles.
An ideal candidate for the role will also be / have:
- Previous substantial experience of working in a senior management position within a large and complex multi-disciplinary organisation
- Fully Qualified Accountant (CCAB, CIMA)
- Experience of influencing at Board and Trustee Level
- Proven ability to horizon scan and interpret national, political, financial and other developments as they impact on the finances of the organisation, ensuring a proactive approach and advising/informing Strategic Leadership Team and Board level
- Ability to lead and inspire teams, engaging effectively at all levels of the organisation
- Ability to demonstrate sensitivity to cultural differences and gender equality, as well as commitment to diversity and inclusion in leadership
- Strong problem-solving skills and ability to make decisions based on analysis of issues
- Ability to deliver effective financial strategy, and build strong financial management processes and systems
- High levels of integrity in line with expectations of accountancy profession
Flexible working is key to building the Oxfam of the future, so we’re open to talking through the type of flexible arrangements which might work for you. The location of the role is our Oxford Head office. You will be working with Oxfam GB’s hybrid working arrangements with a minimum of 1 day per week in the office
Our values and commitment to safeguarding:
Oxfam is committed to preventing any type of unwanted behaviour at work including sexual harassment, exploitation and abuse, lack of integrity and financial misconduct; and committed to promoting the welfare of children, young people, adults and beneficiaries with whom Oxfam GB engages. Oxfam expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment by complying with our code of conduct. We place a high priority on ensuring that only those who share and demonstrate our values are recruited to work for us.
The post holder will undertake the appropriate level of training and is responsible for ensuring that they understand and work within the safeguarding policies of our organisation.
Conditional offers made in selection stages may also be subject appropriate screening checks. Oxfam GB participates in the Inter Agency Misconduct Disclosure Scheme. In line with this scheme we will take into account any live disciplinary sanctions a candidate may have when making the selection decision.
How to apply:
As part of your online application, please upload a copy of your CV and a cover letter of no more than two pages setting out your suitability for the role.
Oxfam GB is a Disability Confident Employer. Should you be unable to submit your application online and would prefer an alternative method please contact our recruitment team. If you also want to discuss your application, please do contact us as well.
Oxfam is a global community who believe poverty isn’t inevitable. It’s an injustice that can be overcome. We are shop volunteers, women’s right activists, marathon runners, aid workers, coffee farmers, street fundraisers, goat herders, policy experts, campaigners, water engineers and more. And we won’t stop until everyone can live life without poverty for good.
Oxfam GB is a member of an international confederation of 19 organisations working together with partners and local communities in the areas of humanitarian, development and campaigning, in more than 90 countries.
A thriving diverse Oxfam:
It’s people power that brings about change. To play our part as a global organisation working to overcome poverty and inequality, we need equality, diversity and inclusion across our community of staff, partners and volunteers. Together, we’re committed to becoming a more diverse workforce, better able to tackle the global challenges that face our world today.
To do that:
- We need to dismantle the unequal power structures that exist everywhere, this including Oxfam and the wider development and charity sectors.
- We need an inclusive Oxfam where everyone can bring who they are to our work and feels celebrated for the differences they bring.
- We want and need everyone, and that means we need you.
In response to Covid-19 if you are offered a role where you are required to travel between countries please ensure you have been briefed by the Hiring Manager about any changes to working or precautions you should take as part of your role.
- Salary: £71,433 - £73,594
- Fixed Term Contract - 6-8 Months
- Full time 35 hours per week
- Closing date: 15th August 2022
ActionAid UK is a member of the ActionAid Federation, an international charity that works with women and girls living in poverty.
As part of the ActionAid Federation, we work with women and girls, our partners, and dedicated staff in 43 countries to end violence and fight poverty so that all women, everywhere, can create the future they want.
This is an exciting opportunity to join ActionAid UK as Director of Fundraising on an interim basis. The role-holder leads the fundraising function in the UK, supporting our resource mobilisation objectives to maximise our contribution to the ActionAid Federation. In 2021, more than £42 million was raised by UK Fundraising and we have ambitious targets for the coming years.
In leading the fundraising function, the Director of Fundraising works across the organisation, ensuring our fundraising strategy delivers against the requirements of our organisational values, the needs of our audience, and with our role in the wider ActionAid Federation front of mind. This leadership role is crucial in the monitoring of performance to support the delivery of AAUK goals, and alongside the Fundraising Deputy Directors, ensures that all fundraising opportunities are efficiently analysed, reviewed and maximised.
This role requires someone with resilience and who is open to challenging the norms of fundraising. The year ahead will see this role-holder strategically manage the challenges of increasing net income, aligning our fundraising with our anti-racist storytelling principles, and finding ways to balance the increasing number of humanitarian emergencies alongside the core fundraising programme.
As the Director you will:
- Advise the Chief Executive on matters regarding fundraising.
- Be accountable for the strategic development and effective delivery of fundraising functions for ActionAid UK.
- Increase fundraising income, ensuring that we have a sustainable model and portfolio of activity, with strategy for growth.
- Represent ActionAid at key external fora and help build the public profile of ActionAid UK.
- Work closely with other countries within the ActionAid International (AAI) federation to strengthen our relationships within the federation to deepen fundraising practice
- Be a leader within our sector with a relevant, astute and clearly defined approach that emphasises our rootedness in the Global South.
As a member of the Senior Leadership Team and the wider UK Leadership Team, you will show inspiring and intelligent strategic leadership to the organisation and directorate, that positions AAUK as a leading voice on the rights of women and girls. You will ensure that the voices of those we work with in the Global South are at the centre of everything we do, collaborating with other members of the ActionAid International Federation to achieve this. You will also have a key leadership role in contributing to the success of our new two-year strategic bridging plan, ahead of our next strategy period.
As an organisational leader you will have a key role ensuring ActionAid UK builds an enabling environment with a high-level of impact:
- Working with UK Leadership Team colleagues you will ensure we make clear and transparent decisions.
- You will act as a role model in championing our feminist and anti-racist principles and values.
- Your passion for empowering others will lead to a department where creativity flourishes, and people feel able to do their best work.
The skills we are particularly looking for are:
- Proven track record working within a senior fundraising capacity – developing and delivering organisational fundraising strategy focused on driving an increase in net income.
- Proven commitment to and understanding of feminist leadership, anti-racism, the decolonisation of aid.
- Proven track record of increasing revenue and developing fundraising functions covering the full spectrum of fundraising disciplines, including multimedia approaches.
- Proven ability to use and grow networks to effectively achieve fundraising and related organisational mission objectives.
- Experience of working within a senior management team, successfully collaborating, influencing and negotiating at this senior level.
- Experience of developing and managing significant budgets, and providing relevant management information.
- Demonstrable experience of developing and sustaining cross-organisational and collaborative working to achieve fundraising objectives and priorities, gaining people’s buy-in to change / initiatives.
In addition, you care about the environment you create. You consciously aim to use your position of power within the organisation for the enablement of others. You create a collaborative, empowering, respectful, and inspiring environment where people feel safe to be bold and challenging, aligned with our values.
We thank you for your interest and look forward to receiving your application.
ActionAid is committed to driving improvement through digital channels, tools and ways of working. We will ensure that we provide the technology and the training to enable all staff to perform their roles to the best of their abilities. In return, we ask that all staff are committed to continually improving their digital skills and knowledge within the working environment. Our recruitment processes will evaluate the digital skills of all applicants.
ActionAid is committed to supporting flexible working. If you would like to discuss flexible working options, including the possibility of a job share for this role, there will be space to do so during the interview process.
We are committed to continually improving the diversity of our workforce and therefore encourage applications from people of colour, the LGBTQI+ community, the trans community, and those with a disability.
Location: Home based (UK-Wide)
Salary: £82,000 plus London allowance of £3,600 (if applicable)
Working Hours: 35 per week
Closing Date: 23 August 2022
Interview Date: Thursday 15 September 2022 (Via Micosoft Teams)
Please note the deadline for submitting applications for this vacancy is 23:59pm on the closing date.
We reserve the right to close this vacancy early if we receive sufficient applications for the role. Therefore, if you are interested, please submit your application as early as possible.
About Alzheimer\'s Society
Who we are
Alzheimer’s Society are a vital source of support and a powerful force for change for everyone affected by dementia.
What we want
We will not rest until people with dementia and their carers live more fulfilled and less fearful lives, free from stigma and inequality.
What we do
We support people affected by dementia through some of the hardest and most frightening times, to improve their lives and help to avoid crisis.
No matter whoever you are, whatever you’re going through, you can turn to Alzheimer’s Society/us for expert support through practical advice, emotional support, and guidance for the best next step
We join forces with people affected by dementia, leading scientists and policy makers, amplifying voices to push for cutting edge breakthroughs and societal change that’ll improve the lives of people affected by dementia, now and in the future
How we do it
We’re the friendly face of support, the warm voice at the end of the phone and the determined minds who will fight passionately for the cause of everyone affected by dementia.
About the role
Fundraising is at the heart of everything we do – supporting the ambition, the possibilities, and the vital income we need to reach everyone who needs our support, now and in the future. We are a high-performing team, focussed on continuous improvement and offering the best supporter experiences possible. Trusted experts in our fields, we are collaborative, business-focused, compassionate, and determined to make a difference to the fundraising industry, the sector, our organisation, and people affected by dementia.
- Direct teams to deliver outstanding results collaboratively and at pace.
- Focus on joining up the fundraising functions in Philanthropy, Corporate and Legacy areas, making them more collaborative and efficient
- Share skills and resources, looking for opportunities to build on successes
- Setting a joined-up plan across the areas you oversee, and aligning your area with the other Associate Director areas of Fundraising
- Look up and across the organisation to ensure your area is working collaboratively and effectively with other Directorates.
- Be responsible for representing Fundraising at the highest level, within the organisation, and externally.
- Take overall accountability for delivering fundraising excellence, industry-leading results, an exceptional team culture with a focus on ‘mastery, purpose and autonomy’ across your teams.
- Oversee three key Fundraising functions (Philanthropy, Corporate Partnerships and Legacies) and have strong and demonstrable knowledge of leading at least one of these functions to a very high standard.
- Take corporate accountability for the operational, day-to-day success of the organisation and its continued growth and development through innovation and collaboration at every level.
- Acts as a role model you will drive forward an inclusive and high-performance culture making sure that our values and expected standards of behaviour are embedded across the entire organisation, as well as in your own teams.
- Significant experience and demonstrable success at leading a large fundraising function (at Head of Department level) within at least one of the disciplines you will oversee (Philanthropy, Corporate or Legacies).
- Strong experience and understanding of fundraising, the charity sector, relationship management / stewardship and direct response marketing principles.
- Proven ability to design and develop a cohesive approach to fundraising team plans and strategy - embedding values and cultural development.
- Significant experience of setting, managing and delivering multi-million-pound budgets and targets, with the ability to flex and adapt in response to external factors and campaign results.
- Experience of working with and understanding data to drive results across the full portfolio of activity and provide management information, insight and reporting to enhance knowledge and future decisions.
- Great management experience of a large team across a range of functions – requiring a flexible leadership approach to deliver messages to different audience groups.
- Talent acquisition, management and development ability.
You may have experience of the following: Director of Fundraising, Head of Fundraising, Charity, Charities, Third Sector, Fundraising Director, Not For Profit, Senior Fundraising Manager, Trust, Individual Giving, Director of Fundraising, Development Manager, Corporate Partnerships, Engagement, Relationship Building, Sales Manager, Business Development, Key Account Manager, Field Sales Executive, New Business, Territory Sales Manager, Account Management, etc.
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DIRECT MARKETING & DIGITAL FUNDRAISER
Fixed Term Contract (up to 15 months) to Cover Maternity Leave
Full Time – 35 hours per week
Mondays to Fridays, 9am to 5pm
Salary up to £34,000 per annum (depending on experience)
Based at The Frances Hay Centre, Banbury
We need a self-motivated individual to join our busy Public Fundraising Team on a fixed term contract of up to 15 months to cover maternity leave. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a national charity during an exciting time of growth.
You will be the digital fundraising and direct marketing lead in the charity, with hands-on experience of building marketing campaigns - direct marketing, paid social media ads, automations, supporter journeys, funnels and conversion rate optimised landing pages that deliver against fundraising and lead generation targets.
You will be responsible for donor acquisition, retention and engagement. You will develop the fundraising team’s use of our CRM system (Microsoft Dynamics) to create supporter journeys and maximise long term support whilst providing leadership and guidance to the Public Fundraising team on Individual Giving.
You will manage our donor journeys, and develop our strategy for donor acquisition and retention, including Sponsor a Puppy product and legacy promotion, ensuring compliance with all relevant sector regulations.
We are looking for someone who has excellent organisational skills and an eye for detail. This role also requires a highly methodical and accurate approach, combined with the ability to prioritise multiple tasks in order to meet deadlines. An ability to work unsupervised and demonstrate a high level of initiative is also essential.
In return, Dogs for Good offers many additional benefits to the charity’s employees, including a generous pension contribution, income protection insurance (after a qualifying period) and 25 days holiday plus Bank Holidays.
A full UK driving licence is preferred but, where applicable, we will work with the chosen candidate to find alternative solutions where reasonable adjustments are required. An ability to work occasional evenings and weekends is essential.
Please note we are not able to employ anyone under 18 years of age.
If you are interested in applying for this role, please visit the 'Current Vacancies' page on our website, where full application instructions can be found.
Closing date for applications is noon on Thursday 1 September 2022.
First interviews will take place on Wednesday 14 September via Microsoft TEAMS and second interviews on Tuesday 20 September at our Head Office in Banbury.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We are looking for a PA to the Chief Executive. The role will suit an individual with excellent organisational skills, attention to detail and great interpersonal skills as they support our Chief Executive across a range of responsibilities.
This position plays an essential role in keeping Housing Justice organised and well run. This diverse role covers governance and executive support, office management and facilities administration, and events support. The role is currently flexible and up for negotiation, but attendance to the London office will be required.
This is an excellent opportunity for someone who wants to gain a broad range of experience in corporate services supporting a charity. You would be joining an energetic, enthusiastic, and supportive organisation that collectively will promote your development and wellbeing.
Start Date: Monday 7th November 2022
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
At London City Mission, we are passionate about sharing the love of God and the good news ofJesus Christ with those otherwise unlikely to hear, and to do this in partnership with churches.
To help us do that, we have developed a set of values which shape the way we work and relate with each other:
Rooted in Christ: We are prayerfully dedicated to doing God’s will and living in His way, according to His word
Christ-like Love: We look not to our own interests but to the interest of others because we are united as brothers and sisters in Christ
God Glorifying Excellence: We pursue the best that we can to glorify God and serve each other in all we do
Spirit-Inspired Perseverance and Courage: Standing firm, pushing through, paying the price for the sake of Christ and the gospel
Purpose of Role:
To create rewarding partnerships with a diverse range of key supporters of the greatest possible mutual value. Provide leadership to London City Mission in developing, sustaining and managing relationships with individuals, trusts and corporates who have the capacity to make a significant financial difference in support of LCM, creating bespoke opportunities to partner with London City Mission for the sake of the gospel.
Fundraising and Supporter Partnerships:
Our ambition for growth and change in mission must be matched by an ambition to raise the funds we need to support mission and to enable London City Mission to remain financially sustainable. To do this we are committed to drive targeted donation growth by approximately 10% year on year.
Our highly committed Fundraising and Supporter Partnerships team will play a key role in this, working with our valued supporters and our missionaries, enriching current relationships and developing new partnerships. We have, therefore, recently invested in and developed our Fundraising and Supporter
Partnerships team who are successfully taking forward our new fundraising strategic approach under the Direction of Rachel Wagstaff – Director of Engagement.
The Head of Major Gifts role provides a unique opportunity to have an impact on reaching London with the life changing truth about Jesus Christ. Key to success in this role will be the ability to:
- Create rewarding partnerships with high net worth supporters of the greatest possible mutual value.
- Provide leadership to London City Mission in developing and managing relationships with individuals, trusts and corporates who have the capacity to make a significant financial difference in support of the ministry, providing them with inspiring opportunities to partner with London City Mission for the sake of the gospel.
Responsibilities of Role:
Fundraising and Supporter Partnerships Team (FSP)
- As part of the FSP management team contribute to the development of the overall fundraising messages and strategy
- Support the delivery of the fundraising strategy, working across the organisation andthrough conversations at director & trustee level
- Deputise for the Director of Engagement as required
Key Supporters, Trusts and Corporates
- Working with the Director of Engagement and the Major Gifts Team, develop and lead London City Mission’s major donor,trusts, and corporate and legacy fundraising strategies
- Build strong relationships with supporters, helping new and existing key supporters understand how their support makes a difference
- Grow income from major donors,trusts and corporates – achieving agreed targets for fundraising income and legacy pledges
- Lead a team, including utilising external expertise where appropriate, to plan and implement a bespoke engagement and stewardship programme (with planned and tracked actions) that ensures individuals, trusts and corporate supporters develop a strong connection with London City Mission
- Manage direct reports in line with LCM values providing encouragement, and oversight, giving feedback and coaching as appropriate
- Identify possible likely donors and provide them with a warm and compelling invitation to explore partnering with London City Mission
- Develop and manage relationships with active major donors, regularly communicating LCM’s vision and plans, with a passion for and understanding of, the gospel message. (There will be an expectation from major donors – as evangelical Christians – that this role is also an evangelical Christian and it is likely there will be conversations around personal faith.)
- Support London City Mission staff in the building ofrelationships with Key Supporters, Trusts and Corporates
- Co-ordinate the Major Donor programme within the Fundraising and Supporter Partnerships Team, CEO, Director of Church Networks, Trustees, specialist consultants and the wider organisation
- Report regularly on progress against agreed fundraising targets
- Manage supporter events to create an experience which adds value and builds loyalty in the relationships between London City Mission and its supporters
- Ensure excellent use of the CRM database by themselves and direct reports – i.e. it is compliant, supportive of other teams and analysis or interpretation leads to positive action.
- Represent LCM at external events, including some Sundays and at a conference each year
Providing support for:
- Strategic planning of communications and supporter relations
- Identifying communications opportunities and developing content
- Market research, analysis, intelligence and reporting
- Business planning and annual financial planning
- Development of relationships with key churches
- All activities and projects within the Fundraising and Supporter Relations Team.
There is a general occupation requirement that the appointed person to this role is an evangelical Christian
Executive Assistant to CEO
Up to £27,300 per annum
An exciting opportunity to work with a well-respected learning disability charity, Vision Homes Association, that has been supporting adults for over 30 years.
This is a new post within our organisation offering you the chance to use your skills and motivation to shape the role into an essential member of our team
The role will be working Monday – Friday, between 30 and 37 hours per week with some flexibility. The role is hybrid so can be a mixture of homeworking, although initially expected to be office based until a routine established.
This role is the perfect opportunity for someone with a background in being a Personal Assistant or senior administrator, particularly for a charity.
Key duties and responsibilities:
- Email and diary management for Chief Executive
- Organising and co-ordinating of events
- Updating of key information and documentation for governance purposes
- Collating of papers and minuting of Board meetings and Subcommittee meetings
- Preparation of reports
- Research and keeping up to date of latest sector information
- Administrative tasks for other Senior Management team, as required
- Updating of social media platforms and marketing materials
- Screening phone calls and enquiries
The successful candidate:
• Should have experience in working with data and systems
• Have high level of experience in using Microsoft Packages
• Should have a keen eye for detail and accuracy
• Understanding of the importance of confidentiality at all times.
• Should have excellent time management skills
• Should have clear communication skills, both written and orally.
• Should have an enthusiastic, can-do approach to their work
If you think this sounds like something you would be interested in, please apply.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
DIVISIONAL FUNDRAISING SENIOR MANAGER
Salary: £49,500 to £54,500 per annum (inclusive of £4,500 car allowance) Car allowances are not viewed as a benefit or as any part of remuneration. Employees who receive a car allowance must provide a suitable car for business purposes, and is based on the criteria of a minimum business mileage of 5,000 per annum
Contract type: Permanent, Full-time, 35 hours/week. We are open to flexible working arrangement i.e., compressed hours
Location: Home-based/Field-based within Wales, Shires, South West of England, and Channel Islands. Candidates must live within 22 miles of the boundary due to business need.
Application Deadline: Thursday 18 August 23:55
Additional information: You must be willing to work some unsociable hours, travel and stay away from home as required but please note you will receive time off in lieu. Full clean driving licence required.
Application Method: In our commitment to Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion, we are using anonymous CVs through our recruitment portal. Please therefore ensure that you have completed the 'Work History' section of the application form and that you have answered the application questions. You will be asked to upload a CV, but we will not be using this as part of the shortlisting process, and it will therefore not be reviewed. We would like you to submit a covering letter online in the text box provided. Please include your motivations for applying for the role and why you are the right person to take on this role and lead our fantastic team.
What will I be doing?
You will have the privilege of leading, motivating and inspiring our Supporter Led Fundraising Team of 19 employees, across Wales, Shires, South West of England, and Channel Islands. You will be responsible for ensuring we reach our ambitious business objectives by engaging supporters at all levels to achieve Cancer Research UK's (CRUK) mission of beating cancer soon.
Who are we looking for?
A leader with transferable skills - this role would suit individuals from either the charity, public or private sector. You will be a strategic thinker with a proven track record of achieving ambitious income, engagement, and business development targets. You will be an effective and empathetic people and performance manager, who understands the impact they have over their team's professional development. Most importantly, you will connect with and be inspired by our supporters and mission of bringing about a world where everybody can lead longer, better lives, free from the fear of cancer.
You will make an impact everyday by...
Being a member of the wider senior management team, providing strategic direction for the business in line with CRUK's corporate plan
Leading and motivating a divisional team
Devising and maintaining divisional strategy using local insights to maximise impact and work with the team to build long term pipelines
Building an inclusive, empowering innovative and impactful culture in the divisional team
Managing a divisional budget and operational delivery of cross-portfolio business objectives against agreed in-year and long-term targets
Developing strong relationships with key supporters and partners to optimise opportunities and lifetime value
You'll bring to the role…
Experience of managing and leading large teams, ideally field-based with the ability to develop, manage, empower, and motivate others to meet organisational requirements
The ability to develop and implement strategy, policy, and operating plans.
Experience of relationship management, working with high value customers or supporters
The ability to set and monitor budgets, and achieving targets with effective cost management
Strong self-awareness to play to your strengths and manage your development areas
Excellent relationship, negotiating and influencing skills with internal and external stakeholders
What will I gain?
Without you we wouldn't be able to achieve our aim of seeing 3 in 4 people survive cancer by 2034. So, we want to reward you in as many ways as possible. Our benefits package includes discounts on anything from travel to technology, generous holiday allowance, gym membership and much more.
You'll also be able to access a wide range of learning and development opportunities. And ultimately, you'll know that you'll be changing lives through your work.
If you're as ambitious as we are, join our collective force and enjoy an excellent career, as we save lives and add years.
We are looking for an experienced leader of fundraising/development teams, ideally with an arts background, to cover a period of absence before moving onto specific development projects.
Britten Pears Arts is a pioneering music, arts and heritage charity based on the Suffolk coast. It was created in 2020 when the two long established charities which formed the legacy of Britten and Pears’ life and work, Snape Maltings (formerly Aldeburgh Music) and Britten-Pears Foundation came together.
As a National Portfolio Organisation we receive significant funding from the Arts Council and our commercial activities. Our annual fundraising target across all income streams is c £2m.
This opportunity has arisen as our existing director is taking up a prestigious Clore Fellowship. The first 4 – 6 months will focus on leading and supporting the team to deliver the objectives of our 2022 fundraising strategy. This oppportunity will bring together your ability to focus on the achievement of targets with your well-established leadership skills. You will also be able to think and plan strategically, develop relationships and identify new opportunities for income generation.
The second part of this role will be to work alongside the Director of Development to focus and develop specific fundraising areas such as Cambridge and American Fundraising Strategies, Alumnae care and stewardship plan.
We are open to this role being done on a part time basis if a candidate is strong match to our criteria. The role is based at Snape Maltings and hybrid working is also available.
We are an equal opportunities employer and believe that diversity strengthens and enriches us. We positively encourage applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates of all ages and from all backgrounds, in particular from minority ethnic backgrounds and disabled candidates who are currently under-represented at Britten Pears Arts.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.