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Scottish Wildlife Trust
Edinburgh, Edinburgh
£23,000 - £25,000 per year
Leonard Cheshire
£32,160 per annum rising to £33,723 per annum on satisfactory completion of probation
We are looking for motivated, dynamic fundraiser with experience of raising funds from Trusts and Foundations.
Fathers Network Scotland
Edinburgh, Edinburgh
£32,000 per year FTE - salary will be based on 10 hours per week
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Edinburgh, Edinburgh
£23,000 - £25,000 per year
Contract, Full-time
Job description

Nature in Scotland has suffered from centuries of exploitation which has resulted in massive and widespread loss of wildlife and habitats. Our beautiful and diverse landscapes, stunning coastline and incredible marine ecosystems have suffered through changes to agriculture, forestry, infrastructure, urban development and industrialisation. While some habitat loss and degradation has slowed over the past 20 years, so much more can still be done to help preserve these amazing places and the species that inhabit them.

As Scotland’s biggest wildlife conservation charity, the Scottish Wildlife Trust is a group of dedicated, close-knit staff who genuinely want to make a difference to Scotland’s natural environment. For over 50 years, the Scottish Wildlife Trust has worked with its members, partners and supporters in pursuit of its vision of healthy, resilient ecosystems supporting Scotland’s wildlife and people.

With 90% of Scotland’s population living within just 10 miles of a Scottish Wildlife Trust reserve, these places are managed to benefit both people and wildlife. The work of the Trust is varied across major species and landscape projects such as protecting Ospreys, peatland restoration and the reintroduction of Atlantic woodlands on a landscape scale. The charity also manages wildlife reserves and delivers education work and campaigns for nature.

For the Scottish Wildlife Trust to successfully deliver their strategic vision and goals they require a Fundraising Officer to help them to grow their income.

The Fundraising Officer will be responsible for developing new and existing ways of attracting and engaging with supporters, with a particular focus on maximising fundraising income through relationship fundraising, individual giving and wider supporter stewardship.

This will be a busy and varied role within the Scottish Wildlife Trust, and they are looking for an enthusiastic and experienced development professional with a passion for the work of the Trust to help grow their fundraising activities and income.

Working alongside a small but committed team, the Fundraising Officer will support in the delivery of the Scottish Wildlife Trust’s key development and aims.

To be a successful Fundraising Officer at Scottish Wildlife Trust, You will be motivated and have the capability to work on your own initiative while also being an active part of the team. You will be passionate about the work of the Scottish Wildlife Trust and the services it provides. The responsibilities of the role also requires someone who can review current processes and suggest new ways to make them more efficient.

Are you inspired by the work of the Scottish Wildlife Centre and have you got the experience required to succeed in this role? If so, please contact our recruitment team for further information today.

How To Apply

Please  contact BTA to request an information pack, full job description and person specification.

You are advised to get in touch well in advance of the closing date to give us time to consider your application and pre-interview the strongest applicants.

Closing Date: Noon, Wednesday 6th January 2021

Interview Date: Tuesday 19th January

This search is being conducted exclusively for the Scottish Wildlife Trust by BTA (Bruce Tait Associates). Our leadership team has all worked in the voluntary sector and we use this experience to match organisations and individuals to create great appointments.

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Posted on: 03 December 2020
Closing date: 06 January 2021
Tags: Fundraising
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