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SeeAbility, Surrey
£30,000 per year
Strategic Partnerships Office You will support the development of partnerships with companies, corporate trusts and foundations and high net
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Birthrights, Central London
£32,000 FTE per annum (£19,200 actual for 3 days per week)
Posted 6 days ago
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£60,000 - £65,000 per year
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£35,606 - £43,043 per year
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Surrey 12.74 miles
£30,000 per year
Permanent, Full-time
Actively Interviewing
Job description

Your role

Working alongside the Senior Philanthropy and Partnerships Manager within the fundraising function of Seeability, you will support the development of partnerships with companies, corporate trusts and foundations and high net worth individuals, as well as managing your own portfolio. Working with a high level of autonomy, but within a supportive and experienced team, you will identify and nurture your own prospects and donors who will deliver long term and sustainable relationships for SeeAbility.

Your responsibilities within the Fundraising Function

  1. Develop and grow SeeAbility’s strategic partnerships fundraising income by identifying and cultivating new donor prospects, submitting appropriate and timely proposals to secure agreed annual budget
  2. Manage and develop a portfolio of existing corporate, corporate foundation and high net worth donor relationships. delivering first-class stewardship, and ensuring that all reporting is completed in line with supporter expectations.
  3. Conduct prospect research and develop the prospect pipeline.
  4. Work across the organisation to generate new and innovative ways to package up SeeAbility’s work to secure funding.
  5. Plan and deliver cultivation and stewardship events for prospective and existing supporters.
  6. Support the delivery of income and expenditure budgets, key performance indicators and annual work plans.
  7. Ensure all supporter records are kept up-do-date on the database.
  8. Work closely with fundraising colleagues to cultivate a supportive and collaborative fundraising team.
  9. To strive to produce high quality outputs and interactions both for the people we support and each other.
  10. To provide support and input, where appropriate, for other wider fundraising activity. Work in close partnership with other Partnerships team members to develop opportunities across different fundraising areas.

Other:

  • Assist in maintaining a safe working environment and follow the requirements of SeeAbility’s Health and Safety Manual (policies and procedures) and any codes of set working practices.
  • Carry out other duties commensurate with this post as requested.
  • Liaise effectively and efficiently with other departments and SeeAbility locations, undertaking tasks as required to support requests.
  • Provide confidentiality at all times, working appropriately with sensitive documentation.
  • Adhere to all relevant legislative and regulatory obligations relating to fundraising.

Benefits: 

  • A Leadership Development Academy and talent programme for anyone who wants to take the next steps in their career
  • Fully paid mandatory/statutory training
  • Buy/sell annual leave: up to five days 
  • Eye care vouchers: Vouchers provided for regular eye tests
  • Discounts and cashback at hundreds of shops, restaurants and activities, including gym membership
  • First Bus save 10% on monthly bus travel
  • Recruitment Bonus Scheme – ‘Refer a friend’ and receive a generous £600 (eligibility criteria apply – please see ‘The Hive’ for more details)
  • Paid DBS and renewal
  • Season ticket loans to help you manage your travel costs – available following successful completion of probationary period and subject to eligibility criteria
Application resources
More about SeeAbility

 

SeeAbility encourages people with disabilities to challenge what they expect from life, from themselves and from wider society... Read more

Posted on: 21 January 2022
Closing date: 20 February 2022
Tags: Fundraising

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