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Cardiff (Hybrid)
£40,000 - £50,000 per year dependent on experience
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

This is an exciting opportunity for an exceptional senior fundraiser to join an ambitious and passionate Welsh children’s charity and play a pivotal role in helping the charity grow its services for children and families in Wales living with cerebral palsy. We are looking for someone who excels at relationships fundraising, has strong leadership and communications skills with multi-income stream experience. The successful candidate will strategically lead and develop the charity’s fundraising income, grow and influence the future growth of the fundraising team and be a key member of the senior leadership team. 

Salary: £40,000 - £50,000 dependent on experience

Location: Based at our children’s centre in Llanishen, Cardiff, however, we operate a flexible, hybrid model which includes home working

Line Manager: Centre Director

Sector: Disability / Children and young people

The role

The Head of Fundraising & Communications reports directly to the Centre Director and is a member of the charity’s senior leadership team, sharing collective responsibility to deliver Cerebral Palsy Cymru’s mission ‘to improve the quality of life of all children in Wales who have cerebral palsy’. The Head of Fundraising and Communications will lead the small but passionate and dedicated Fundraising and Marketing & Communications teams, and provide the necessary vision, leadership, motivation, and fundraising skills to enable the charity to achieve its fundraising objectives. The post holder will have substantial fundraising and management experience, a talent for building relationships and demonstrable experience in securing funds and meeting ambitious and growing targets.

Key duties

- Lead development and implementation of the charity's strategies for Fundraising, Marketing and Commucations including digital and social media and leverage these strategies to achieve income targets of in the region of £1.5m per annum across the range of fundraising revenue streams

- Contribute to the senior leadership team to support effective organisational leadership including business planning, budget setting and reporting, long term charity development, and governance

- Lead, inspire, manage and support the Fundraising and Marketing and Communications teams including line management duties for these members of staff

Key requirements

- Significant experience in a senior fundraising role and a breadth of knowledge of charity fundraising environments including fundraising across a diverse range of income streams

- Experience of strategic planning, financial forecasting and of delivering business growth within a fundraising capacity that resulted in increased income and impact for an organisation

- Experience of managing people, managing relationships, team building and team development

- Ability to build, develop and maintain key stakeholder, client and donor relationships using clear and persuasive communication, negotiation and networking skills

- Supportive management style, ability to connect and motivate others, and empathy and commitment to Cerebral Palsy Cymru's values, purpose and environment

About Cerebral Palsy Cymru

We are the leading charity in Wales for children and families living with cerebral palsy. As a national Centre of Excellence and experts in the field of cerebral palsy, we provide specialist physiotherapy, occupational therapy, and speech & language therapy in a transdisciplinary way so that each child benefits from the combined expertise of our therapists. Our Family Support Service offers a listening ear, practical advice, and emotional support. We share our knowledge and skills through collaborative working, courses, national and international conferences. Cerebral palsy is the most common physical disability in children in the world and our mission is to improve the quality of life of all children in Wales living with cerebral palsy. We are an ambitious, passionate, hardworking, and friendly team who are motivated by the life-changing difference we make. 

Employee benefits

Cerebral Palsy Cymru recognises that being a rewarding place to work means more than just a job. Our benefits and the rewards that we offer our team reflect this.

  • Work-life balance is important to us and so we offer 28 days annual leave per annum, which increases with 5 and then 10 years’ continuous service.
  • Employees are able to opt into our company pension scheme with 5% employer contributions (when matched by the employee) and access to the NHS pension scheme for those eligible.
  • We have extended maternity pay, and other family-friendly leave initiatives including paternity leave, parental leave, and adoption leave.
  • We have a number of well-being initiatives across the staff team and encourage employees to take a ‘well-being hour’ each week.
  • We support employees who want to request flexible working hours.
  • We have generous sick pay policies.
  • We can offer hybrid working opportunities for roles where part home working is possible.
  • We have car and secure bicycle parking on site.
  • We have staff development opportunities and have previously funded study opportunities for staff across all teams

To apply 

Please read our full job description in the supporting documents, then visit our website for an application form.

Closing date

This role is open until 2 September 2022. Interviews will take place in the week commencing 19 September 2022.

Application resources
More about Cerebral Palsy Cymru

Cerebral Palsy Cymru is a national centre of excellence for families in Wales with children who have cerebral palsy. Our specialist team of phy... Read more

Posted on: 20 July 2022
Closing date: 19 August 2022 at 23:59
Tags: Fundraising,Management

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