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Lancashire
Chorley, Lancashire
£21,228 - £23,616 per year
Permanent, Part-time
Job description

Location:   Lancashire, base to be agreed with successful applicant

Grade/Salary:   £26,539 - £29,520 pro rata, depending on experience

Hours of Work:   Flexible, 28 hours per week

Brief overview of the Position:

Responsibility for establishing and developing our major gifts and individual giving programmes to make a significant impact on the charity’s income from these sources. Develop relationships with individuals, agencies and corporates to generate productive partnerships for the charity including: sponsorship of services; donations of retail stock; pre-retirement course sales.

Assist in the development of a culture within Age UK Lancashire that engages the wider staff team in productive relationships with donors. Contribute to development of the charity’s wider fundraising function within this small, friendly, locally-focused business development team.

Main duties and

Responsibilities:

  1. Develop and implement a major donor and individual giving strategy for Age UK Lancashire. Systematically grow the charity’s network of long-term donors and benefactors, generating income to contribute to the charity’s ongoing sustainability.
  2. Personally develop and manage relationships with partners, donors and corporates.
  3. Identify and develop necessary systems and processes to support the growth of income from partners, donors and corporates. Using research tools create major donor profiles. Identify, research, approach and cultivate new and existing prospects.
  4. Working with the Director of Partnerships and Growth and other colleagues, identify suitable projects within the charity to build cases for support and wish lists for donors.
  5. Create tailored presentation materials to evidence need and personal, timely reports to evidence impact.
  6. Undertake meaningful donor care and stewardship of supporters, including individual donor care plans, written communications and reports, face-to-face meetings and a programme of visits.
  7. Secure income from major donors and corporates ensuring all parties are involved internally and externally and all are in full agreement with commitments on both sides.
  8. Build and develop cross organisation relationships to facilitate fundraising and strengthen the organisation’s understanding of major gifts and individual giving.
  9. Engage with colleagues, senior management, trustees and supporters to facilitate secure personal introductions and meetings with prospects and ensure the maximum income possible through joined up working.
  10. Work with the Director of Partnerships and Growth to develop to agree annual targets.
  11. Prepare regular fundraising reports for the Director of Partnerships and Growth.
  12. Ensure that fundraising activity adheres to fundraising best practice, the Fundraising Regulators code of practice and any relevant fundraising and data protection legal requirements.
  13. Maintain and develop the data capture requirements of fundraising on the charity’s CRM database in line with agreed protocols and procedures.

Summary of key attributes & Qualifications for role:

An individual who enjoys variety in fundraising to grow a charity with a very local identity and focus.

Be an experienced fundraiser or salesperson with a proven track record

Experience of working with high value donors

Enjoy working collaboratively with excellent people skills

Excellent relationship manager, highly pro-active, self-motivated and organised.

Main KPI’s / performance measured against:

Productive relationships developed with individuals and corporates

Income generated through major gifts, corporates and individual giving

Sales of pre-retirement courses

Meaningful and effective stewardship

The nature of the post will require travel across the area.  A full driving licence, appropriate insurance cover and use of a car are essential. 

For an informal discussion about the post please contact Alison Read, details can be found in the job pack on our website.

PLEASE NOTE WE DO NOT ACCEPT CV'S  

Closing Date:  23rd September 2019 at 5pm (early applications welcome)

Interview date: 9th October 2019

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Refreshed on: 15 September 2019
Closing date: 30 September 2019
Job ref: Donor & Relationships Manager
Tags: Fundraising,Business Development

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