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Fundraising Team Manager (‘FTM’), Wildlife Trusts:
- 2 days Team Management per week to be combined with Membership Recruiter responsibilities to full-time hours (5 days/wk)
- permanent contract
- Annual leave 28 days per annum, rising to 33 days after 3 years’ service.
- Employers 4% pension, rising to 8% after 5 years.
- £22,440 per annum, pro-rated (£8,976 per year based on 2 days/week), paid mthly;
- OTE £28,440 (£6k; pro-rated; £2,400 per annum based on 2 days/week)
- 2022/23 Pay award pending.
Work base: From home to cover 3 Wildlife Trusts:
Dorset, Hampshire & Isle of Wight and Wiltshire.
SWWFL is a successful, growing organisation (over 200% in 4 years) which is wholly owned by Wildlife Trusts. We recruit new memberships for 10 Wildlife Trust charities. Our purpose is to gain new supporters via good quality venues (such as retail stores, garden centres, events and markets), corporate locations & events - all booked by our specialist Venues Team. The STM role represents an important addition to our team to ensure that we can deliver the support and sales/ fundraising expertise required, to ensure growth and success for Trusts.
- Undertake sales team management functions including training, coaching & developing new & existing staff in office and field situations (2 days/wk)
- Deliver personal sales target as membership recruiter (3 days/wk)
- The FTM will support the responsible MSM with management of above 3 Wildlife Trusts.
- Confident, mature & flexible Fundraising Team Manager who is used to working across different sales activities and geographical locations.
- Track record of strong personal sales and sales training / coaching & development
- £28,440, pro-rated, as above OTE for 2 x FTM days/wk; laptop & mobile; travel mileage allowance, annual leave, pension & phone
- Varied, rewarding role across a range of Wildlife Trusts; training and development.
If you have what it takes to contribute as STM, please complete a personal statement, using the form attached, and forward with your CV to Karen Churchward.
CLOSING DATE: 6th February 2022. Interview 10th or 11th February.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
MAIN PURPOSE OF POST
The Fundraising Officer is responsible for nurturing relationships with existing and perspective donors, specifically to increase unrestricted donations, including but not limited to: regular givers, community fundraisers, and community groups. In addition to this, the Fundraising Officer will need to be able to support the rest of the Fundraising team as required. The post holder will oversee a programme of community events and runs to maximise this funding stream for the organisation, taking responsibility for sustaining and developing existing partnerships as well as forging new ones with prospective donors. The post holder will ensure that the activities for which funds are sought are impactful, and measurable. The post holder may also be required to support with and attend fundraising events with the purpose of relationship building, nurture and networking.
The post holder will develop and maintain both internal and external contacts and will need to develop a thorough understanding of Women’s Aid’s work, business plans and strategic priorities.
DUTIES AND KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
- To be responsible for making recommendations for the Community fundraising budget and how this should be spent throughout the year.
- To support with the implementation of a stewardship programme for unrestricted donations, with the view to increase our regular givers.
- To be responsible for a portfolio of running events that Women’s Aid has purchased places in.
- To assist with the development and production of a range of fundraising stewardship materials including: posters, our online fundraising newsletter, and annual thank you to donors.
- To work closely with key internal stakeholders both to understand and be able to package up their work into clear compelling asks for all stewardship documents.
- To assist, when required, with the content and production of all Women’s Aid fundraising appeals, including: our winter appeal, International Women’s Day appeals and activities and any others throughout the year.
- Assist with the organisation of fundraising events as required.
- Assist with maximising all fundraising opportunities with fundraising groups including: but not limited Schools, Universities and religious organisations.
- To assist with managing the portfolios of legacy and in memory donations as required.
- Take responsibility for ensuring that full records of all contacts are maintained on the fundraising database.
- Co-manage all online giving programmes including Just Giving and Give Penny etc.
2. Individual donors and community fundraising
2.1. To assist with developing and implementing a programme for donor recruitment, retention and uplift programmes.
2.2. To be responsible for your own Women’s Aid portfolio of events. Including filling all places, and supporting runner’s right up until race day and beyond.
2.3 To support community fundraisers raising money for Women’s Aid. Giving them tailored support for their event and cultivating them to become a long-term supporter of Women’s Aid.
2.4 To support with providing tailored support for all community group fundraisers including but not restricted to religious organisations, schools and universities etc.
2.5 Co-manage the community fundraising budget to ensure that we have appropriate materials to support fundraisers.
3.1. Assist with the implementation of a stewardship programme for all one off/regular and community fundraisers.
3.2 Actively work to reduce our attrition rate by ensuring regular contact is maintained with donors.
4. Information Management, monitoring and evaluation
4.1 The post holder will ensure appropriate means of monitoring and evaluation are established in order to feed into the fundraising team’s KPI’s.
4.2 Use the fundraising database to analyse the success rates to support the fundraising strategy.
4.3 Keep-up-to-date with new fundraising opportunities.
4.4 Take responsibility for ensuring that full records of all contacts are maintained on the database.
5.1 To co-manage the community fundraising budget, including purchasing places for events.
5.2 To assist with all stewardship mailing budgets including costs for: design, printing etc.
5.3 To ensure that all donations are quickly and correctly processed and acknowledged and that reports are available in the appropriate format.
5.4 To contribute to the teams KPI’s and update all appropriate reports/documentation.
6. Contact and liaison
6.1 Develop and manage relationships with fundraisers, encouraging them to become long term supporters of Women’s Aid.
6.2 Work closely with key internal stakeholders both to understand and be able to package up their work into clear compelling asks for all stewardship documents.
6.3 To manage the relationship with external suppliers, including seeking quotes for printing of our publication materials, liaising around print deadlines etc.
PERSON SPECIFICATION: Fundraising Officer
- Experience of using a fundraising database.
- Proven experience of having met/exceeded financial or otherwise targets in previous roles.
- Experience of working in a fundraising role or sales/customer facing role.
- Proven experience of providing high quality written material.
- Experience of building and maintaining strong relationships.
- Experience of working within a team and individually to achieve success.
- Experience of developing and implementing a stewardship programme for donors.
- Proven experience of writing successful fundraising appeals.
- Experience of managing a portfolio of fundraising events for community fundraising.
- Experience of managing Legacy and In Memory donations.
SKILLS & ABILITIES
- Excellent computer skills and experience using a wide range of computer packages, including Microsoft packages.
- Excellent interpersonal skills, ability to liaise with people at all levels, on the telephone, face to face and in writing.
- Ability to carry out thorough research to keep-up-to date with new fundraising opportunities.
- Demonstrable initiative and determination.
- Excellent attention to detail and accurate record keeping.
- Ability to prioritise tasks and manage a busy workload.
- Experience of maintaining and reporting against budgets and feeding into the teams KPI’s.
- Knowledge and understanding of Feminism.
- Understanding of domestic abuse and the issues relating including the impacts on women and children.
- Understanding of the role of Women’s Aid.
- A-C GCSE grade English and Maths or equivalent
- Able to demonstrate a commitment and sensitivity of the aims and objectives of Women’s Aid;
- Commitment to anti-discriminatory practice and equal opportunities;
- Willingness to travel and work occasional unsocial hours as required.
We are seeking to appoint a highly motivated individual to spearhead the fundraising work in the School's Admissions, Marketing and Development Team at this highly successful independent school. We offer a competitive salary and benefits. The position is to start as soon as possible.
Manchester High School for Girls is one of the leading independent girls' day schools in the country. It is a selective, academic school and last summer's public examination results at both Advanced and GCSE level were excellent, placing the School amongst the top schools nationally.
The ideal candidate will be someone with a robust working knowledge of fundraising and who is committed to the charitable commitments of Manchester High School for Girls.
Closing date: 9:00am on Monday 31st January 2022
Interviews: Week commencing Monday 7th February 2022
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful applicant will be subject to child protection checks appropriate to the role including an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check.
Registered Charity 1164323 Company Number 9665070.
Candidates should apply by submitting a fully completed application form and supporting letter addressed to the Head Mistress at the School.
Candidates should apply by submitting a fully completed application form and supporting letter addressed to the Head Mistress.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
British Exploring Society is a world class youth development charity with a unique heritage, founded on the belief that challenging experiences can define lives, empowering and equipping young people with the courage, skills, resilience and determination to make the most of their future.
We prepare and take young people on expeditions to remote locations where they face challenges, gain skills and learn about themselves - as well as acquiring knowledge relevant to their lives and to the fragile environments that they explore.
The results are transformative – not just in terms of practical skills and resilience, but in a new-found confidence and self-belief which they carry forward to their future life.
More than this, through their adventure together, our young people forge friendships for life and become part of a unique supportive and continuing community of explorers with shared experiences, values and perspectives on the world.
We are an equal opportunities employer and do not discriminate on the grounds of gender identity, sexual orientation, marital or civil partner status, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion or belief, disability, or age.
We are committed to building an executive and volunteer team that together represent a diverse variety of backgrounds, skills, and perspectives on the world. The more inclusive we are, the better we think we’ll be at delivering our charitable aims.
If you are interested in applying and require any accessibility adjustments to the interview process, please do let us know when you apply.
The Fundraising & Communications Officer supports the varied activities of the Development Team and helps generate income for British Exploring Society via fundraising appeals, events and relationship management. The role provides an excellent opportunity for a pro-active, energetic, self-starter, looking to further develop their fundraising skills.
We’re looking for a driven individual with engaging communication skills (written and verbal), who will use their creativity to boost our results and help us achieve our fundraising targets. They’ll have excellent organisational abilities and a high attention to detail - ability to proof-read and pick up inconsistencies.
Alongside their professional skills, they will need to demonstrate empathy with the work of the charity and a commitment to the mission, vision and values of British Exploring Society. At British Exploring Society we travel economy and stay in hostels – but we work with a wide range of stakeholders who require high levels of polish, care and perfect discretion.
Our Fundraising & Communications Officer will be joining an ambitious team which is passionate about working with supporters to provide life-defining opportunities for young people facing challenges.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Applicants must live in the area the post is covering.
Christian Aid believes that everyone, regardless of faith or race, is entitled to live a full life, free from poverty. We believe the world can and must be changed so that there is equality, dignity and freedom for all. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of our team and to make this change happen.
About the role
Church Engagement and Fundraising Officers inspire churches and individuals to be agents of change, with Christian Aid, in order to overcome poverty. The CEFO's specific contribution is to offer bespoke support, often face-to-face, to a defined set of churches and Christian Aid groups, to enable and enrich their contribution. CEFOs motivate churches, groups and individuals to raise money. To enable lasting change, the role also works in partnership on campaigning activity with individual campaigners, churches and, where appropriate, other campaigning partners.
As a Church Engagement and Fundraising Officer you are responsible for working alongside Volunteer Officers to support and develop volunteers within their area of work, and to draw on the expertise of volunteers where possible. Church Engagement and Fundraising Officers are measured against clearly defined targets and success indicators.
You will manage a wide caseload of churches, in England (Somerset & Dorset) in a way that inspires participation to give, act and pray with Christian Aid. You will ensure Christian Aid serves, inspires and equips the spectrum of churches to make an impact on poverty through Christian Aid.
You will bring your experience of church engagement and fundraising with to build and nurture new and existing networks and relationships, speak confidently and effectively. You'll meet fundraising targets, generate creative and effective engagement ideas and be ready to partner with a wide range of stakeholders to achieve multiple outcomes, including volunteers, leaders, pastors, ministers, colleagues and Christian media.
This role requires applicants to have the right to work in the country where this position is based.
All successful candidates will require either a Basic or Enhanced Disclosure Barring Service certificate (DBS) as part of your clearance for commencing your role with us. Information will be forwarded to you by the HR team with your offer.
We value diversity and aspire to reflect this in its workforce. We welcome applications from people from all sections of the community, irrespective of race, colour, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, religion or belief.
Christian Aid is committed to providing a safe and trusted environment for every person connected to the work we do; and to preventing any type of unwanted behaviour including sexual harassment and exploitation, abuse, and financial misconduct. Any candidate offered a job with Christian Aid is expected to share and demonstrate our values and adhere to Christian Aid's Safeguarding policy and sign Christian Aid's Code of Conduct.
You can expect a wide range of rewards and benefits, including a generous holiday allowance, a season ticket loan, and flexibility that will ensure you enjoy a good work/life balance.
This role is central to our ability to successfully raise income annually from individuals and community audiences. There are compelling stories to tell about how donations to us make a difference. You will play a pivotal part in helping us to tell them, by compiling content for a bi-annual magazine, as well as working on events that bring people together and show them what the Jubilee Sailing Trust is all about.
You will become a centre point of information internally, supporting the fundraising team with a number of key functions, from tracking performance to maintaining accurate donor records on our Salesforce database. You’ll also assist and work closely with the finance team to ensure donations are handled as intended by the donor.
Externally, our supporters will love interacting with you as you’re the kind of person who will enjoy building relationships with them, with genuine warmth and sincerity.
At the Jubilee Sailing Trust, we make the impossible possible and you will be a vital cog in making that happen.
- Work directly and cohesively with the Head of Fundraising, the Head of Corporates & Partnerships and the Community Giving Manager as well as the wider fundraising team to support activity across all income streams and events.
- Oversee, check and manually manage where needed - donor transactions and thanking, to ensure every donor knows how grateful we are for their support whether they give a few pounds or thousands of them.
- Help to compile a bi-annual magazine for supporters, packed full of stories and interesting content that increases engagement with our regular donors.
- Make frequent updates on our website, particularly on our fundraising pages, crew blogs and case studies.
- Work on our annual appeals to roll out digitally, across social media and postal.
- Ensure we capture accurate donor information on our database and mailing list with new donations and subscribers, as well as unsubscribers - and that we are GDPR compliant.
- Be the main point of contact and a central hub of information.
- Support third party fundraising by sending out fundraising packs to interested parties and any other regular communications.
- Play a supportive role in helping to organise and liaise with our branches network, helping with their events and initiatives. Compile content for a quarterly e-newsletter to them packed full of useful information on what the JST are doing and planning.
- Play a lead role in events, once we resume doing them. Make ensure they run smoothly and that details are considered and communicated with all those working on them - both internal and external where appropriate.
- Any other tasks as needed by the Head of Fundraising.
This role will have some essential but repetitive administrative tasks, however, it will also be lively and varied. You will be well supported by a kind, creative and innovative small but ambitious team, who care about what they do and the charity’s beneficiaries.
As income grows there will be opportunities to promote and progress, as well as training provided.
We work primarily with Google docs and with a Salesforce database and a WordPress website. Previous experience of working with any of those is highly desirable, as using them is essential to this role.
Proudly represent the JST’s Mission, Vision and Values.
Comply with JST’s policies and procedures, including Health and Safety policies, for which all employees owe a duty of care both to themselves and others, in accordance with the Health and Safety at Work Act
Administrate and organise own work to ensure that it is accurate and meets quality targets, reasonable deadlines and reporting requirements
Carry out any other duties that may reasonably be required by the Head of Fundraising in light of the main purpose of the job.
Highly organised with excellent people skills.
Ability to work under pressure and manage several working deadlines
Experience in fundraising and an understanding of how it works and the key processes
Previous experience of working with a database, ideally Salesforce and Google docs.
Ability to amend and make updates to a website (WordPress)
Excellent writing and presentation skills, and an eye for detail
Ability to understand budgets and summarise financial information accurately
IT literate and able to maintain and develop effective administration and information management systems
A smart and creative thinker able to put forwards great ideas on how to do things more efficiently or make great use of an opportunity
Strong work ethic, willingness to work outside normal office hours when it might be needed at events or onboard the ship.
An effective collaborator, able to work well with both internal and external individuals to achieve Charity’s mission.
Working knowledge of current fundraising legislation, including GDPR
Contract type Permanent
Salary £22,000 - £25,000pa
Role: Fundraising Administrator Hours: 37.5 per week Monday to Friday
Contract: Full time, Permanent Salary: £18,500 - £19,500
Holiday: 25 days per year plus Bank Holidays
Based: SAS Headquarters Overlooking the sea, Wheal Kitty Workshops, St Agnes, Cornwall
Probationary Period: 3 months Benefits: An additional 1-day holiday per year accrued after each full year of service, up to 3 years. Flexitime policy. Incredible ocean location.
Reports to: Head of Mass Giving
Surfers Against Sewage is a national marine conservation and campaigning charity that inspires, unites and empowers communities to take action to protect oceans, beaches, waves and wildlife. Our mission is simple: to Create Ocean Activists everywhere. We’re dedicated to protecting the ocean and we won’t stop until it’s completely clean, safe and protected for everyone, forever. From our headquarters in St Agnes, Cornwall, we protect beaches, monitor water quality, organise beach cleans, run educational talks, lobby government and industry, report pollution and campaign for the conservation and protection of our ocean.
Our vision is simple… Thriving ocean, thriving people. This simple phrase captures everything that matters to us, not just in SAS, but humankind. It’s a mantra, a motto, a rallying cry to drive us on, with a huge collective goal to help tilt our delicate planet back on its axis. This sounds huge, but when you love what you do, and work as one, that future draws ever nearer. We value: Openness, Dynamism, Authenticity and Creativity
Who we are looking for:
Do you have strong administrative skills and customer service experience, with a genuine enthusiasm for building relationships with people? We’re looking for an experienced and organised administrator to join our growing Fundraising Team to support our vital work to raise funds to save the ocean. This is a fantastic opportunity to join our skilled team and gain invaluable experience supporting a broad range of Fundraising streams, from mass marketing to community, business and institutional funding. The Fundraising Administrator will be responsible for delivering excellent supporter care, providing high quality responses to enquiries and for the accurate recording of supporter and donation data on our charity database. The role will ultimately support and facilitate relationships with our donors and fundraisers and contribute to the growth of income. Not only will the role provide administrative support to the Fundraising Team, but will also communicate with donors and provide support to individuals undertaking sponsored fundraising activities.
What you’ll be doing
Your key responsibilities will include:
• Delivering excellent supporter care by providing high quality, timely responses to all donor, member and fundraiser enquiries and maintaining accurate records of communications
• Responding to all enquiries from the public about fundraising activities in a friendly, personable and timely manner
• Working closely with the Database Officer on processing donations, direct debit administration and Gift Aid claims on a rolling basis
• Supporting the Database Officer with general data maintenance, data entry and administration
• Administering member cancellations, communication opt-outs and complaints
• Maintaining contact details on donor records to ensure they’re accurate and up to date
• Helping with the preparation of donor data for large scale communications, financial processes and importing to database, ensuring high quality and accurate data
• Working closely with the Community Fundraising Officer, implement community fundraising stewardship processes, build relationships with fundraisers and support them to maximise their fundraising
• Sending out fundraising t-shirts and resources and welcome emails for new fundraisers
• Maintaining project management tools to schedule and coordinate fundraiser relationship management and stewardship
• Interacting with fundraisers on social media platforms
• Managing stock levels of Mass Giving communications materials in collaboration with Individual Giving Officer
• Assembling, packing and posting out member Welcome Packs and thanking communications on a weekly basis
• Receiving and processing incoming postal donations and carrying out associated administration
• Supporting the Operations Officer with answering the main office phone line and either dealing with or delegating enquiries to the appropriate member of the team
• Supporting with Corporate Partnerships administration and communications
• Providing general support for the Fundraising Team as required
• Staying up to date with SAS latest campaigns, projects and fundraising tactics to be able to speak knowledgably about all aspects of our work with supporters.
• Carrying out any other duties within the scope, spirit and purpose of the role as requested by your line manager or any other member of the SAS team
What you’ll be able to demonstrate
We’re looking for a proactive, organised individual with an eye for detail, customer care/service and administrative experience in a team setting. You will have an aptitude for customer service with outstanding communication skills and a genuine enthusiasm for helping people. You will also need to have strong IT and organisational skills, with the ability to prioritise a varied workload. Above all, you’ll be a team player, with a passion for providing high quality supporter care and the desire to work in a high performing team.
• Fully IT literate with experience of working with Microsoft Office programmes, particularly Excel and Word
• Ability to perform administrative and process-based tasks with a high degree of accuracy
• Excellent interpersonal and customer care skills with a friendly and warm telephone manner and ability to build rapport quickly
• Experience of communicating with customers or supporters on the phone and in writing
• Highly organised, with good planning and prioritisation skills
• Ability to work in a team towards multiple deadlines
• Ability to take initiative to solve problems
• Strong attention to detail
• Strong numeracy skills
• Ability to use Excel data manipulation and formatting functions
• Ability to learn quickly and adapt to team needs
• Inspired by SAS’s mission and vision
• Full, clean UK driving licence
• Experience of using a customer or charity database (CRM)
• Administrative experience in a charity setting
• Experience of using Project Management software
• Knowledge of Direct Debits and Gift Aid – but training will be provided
• Knowledge of the Data Protection Act and GDPR – but training will be provided
How to apply: To apply, please send us your CV and covering letter explaining why you want the role, how your skills and experience meet the requirements and what you can bring to the team.
Closing date: Midnight, Mon 31st January 2022
Interview date: Interviews expected to be held during the second week of February Surfers Against Sewage values diversity and is committed to equality of opportunity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
University Hospitals Birmingham Charity is one of the largest NHS Charities in the UK. We successfully launched our weekly lottery in September 2021 and are now looking for someone to join our team and help grow the weekly lottery, as well as develop our volunteering programme across our hospitals.
The Fundraising Officer – Lottery, volunteers and fundraising hubs will promote the Charity’s weekly lottery both within the hospitals and out in the wider community, with the aim of increasing and retaining the numbers of players in the lottery.
The post holder will work with the Charity’s volunteers, recruiting new volunteers and supporting existing ones, in particular with events, lottery promotion and staffing of the fundraising hubs across the hospitals.
The post holder will manage the weekly rotas across the fundraising hubs, ensuring they play a role in being the first point of contact with the Charity for many people.
This is a full time post in the Fundraising Team at University Hospitals Birmingham Charity (‘UHB Charity’), the official NHS Charity for the four hospitals of University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust - Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, Heartlands Hospital, Good Hope Hospital and Solihull Hospital.
UHB Charity is dedicated to improving the experience of patients, their families and the staff who care for them.
The Charity raises funds to support patients of the four hospitals by providing new and innovative equipment, funding research and supporting patient and family welfare projects.
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham in particular has a world class reputation, and specialises in cancer treatment, organ transplantations and trauma care. It is also home of the Royal Centre for Defence Medicine, where the UK’s military patients are treated.
Heartlands Hospital has a specialist neo-natal unit and very busy children’s and maternity units.
Good Hope Hospital and Solihull Hospital serve the towns of Sutton Coldfield and Solihull.
The post offers the opportunity for office working at any of our four hospital sites with the opportunity for some home working as suits the job holder and line manager.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Alzheimer’s Research UK is the UK’s leading dementia research charity dedicated to diagnosis, prevention, treatment, and cure. Backed by our passionate scientists and supporters, we’re challenging the way people think about dementia, bringing together the people and organisations who can speed up progress, and investing in research to make life-changing breakthroughs possible.
By working at Alzheimer’s Research UK, you will be part of an organisation that has been recognised nationally as an outstanding place to work. In 2020, we were listed 39th in the prestigious Sunday Times 100 Best Not-for-Profit Organisations to Work for. We were also awarded a 2-star accreditation by Best Companies, recognising outstanding levels of workplace engagement, and were listed in the 75 Best Companies to Work for in the East of England.
We are looking for a confident and ambitious fundraiser to join our regional community team. The Regional Fundraising Officer role will play a significant part in contributing to a high-performing fundraising team. The role will cover Central Englad including but not limited to, Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire
This region is full of exciting fundraising events, now all we need is a dedicated fundraiser to seek out further opportunities to engage with and secure income from individuals, groups and corporates across the region.
Main tasks include:
- Provide high-quality account/relationship management to volunteer groups and regional corporate partners.
- Identify and apply for ‘Charity of the Year’ partnerships with corporates in the region, account manage these relationships up to a value of £16,000 per annum and support with partnerships with a value of up to £100,000
- Support existing volunteer fundraisers to encourage continued loyalty to the charity and to maximise funds raised, in accordance with fundraising legislation and good practice.
- Use own initiative to extend volunteer networks, recruit new volunteers, develop new groups and supporters, and respond to fundraising opportunities.
- Ensure that fundraising activity is implemented and managed locally by supporting and facilitating the development of groups and volunteers across the region.
- Liaise with local community organisations to extend income and activity in line with strategy.
- Provide face-to-face talks and presentations to community organisations.
- Arrange appropriate volunteer representation at events in the community, spreading the charity’s reach cost-effectively.
We are looking for:
- Experience in working to ambitious targets.
- Experience in regional corporate acquisition and account management.
- Understanding and practice of recruiting and supporting volunteer Fundraising Groups
- Proven ability of providing excellent stewardship of our supporters
- Experience in partnership fundraising and/or relationship building
- Experience in public-speaking, such as giving presentations and talking at events
- Comfortability in working remotely with a high standard of internal communications.
- Knowledge of recruiting key volunteers and fundraising supporters
- Excellent customer service, communication, verbal and written skills
- Excellent organisational skills
- An ability to manage a busy and varied workload
- Knowledge of Institute of Fundraising Codes of Fundraising Practice and legal framework of event management and fundraising ethics.
Ways of working: As part of our Remote ways of working you will be home based within Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire, or Hertfordshire. You will only need to attend the office for specific requirements of the role and the business needs.
Roles that are classed as part of the Remote ways of working are able to claim any costs for Mileage/Travel on Public Transport, Accommodation and/or Meals. This includes when attending the office for various meetings/events.
Our Office: Our office is at 3 Riverside, Granta Park, Great Abingdon, Cambridge, CB21 6AD.
Salary: Circa £30,000 per annum, plus benefits, car allowance and associated expenses (if applicable).
Please download the Vacancy Pack for more details.
The closing date for applications is 30 January 2022, with interviews likely to be held week commencing 7 February 2022. We would encourage you to submit your application at the earliest opportunity as the closing date may be brought forward at any time. Please indicate in your covering letter if you are unable to attend an interview on a certain date. Telephone interviews may be conducted prior to the interview dates and will be done so via Microsoft Teams or Skype with interviews to follow. These will be arranged based on availability.
Please create an online account using our Online Recruitment System which can be accessed through our Job Vacancies page. You will be able to attach your CV and covering letter to your application and track the status of your application.
We value diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive culture where everyone is able to be themselves and reach their full potential. We actively encourage applications from people of all backgrounds and cultures. Should you need any adjustments to the recruitment process, at either the application or interview stage, please contact us.
To view further details about this role and the benefits of working for us please visit the Alzheimer’s Research UK website.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
An exciting new role is available for a Head of Fundraising to lead the team and support the delivery of our new fundraising strategy and to exceed our ambitious targets.
The Head of Fundraising will work closely with the Director of Fundraising and will be responsible for the implementation of the Hospice fundraising strategy including community, corporate, major gifts, trusts, direct marketing, in memory, lottery and legacies in order to achieve the planned budget. The Head of Fundraising will lead the fundraising team, and work with the Director of Fundraising to develop and deliver the overall Hospice strategy.
Main duties of the job
We are looking for a strategic, experienced fundraising professional who has led a fundraising team previously across the full range of income streams.
Along with significant team leadership experience, you’ll have a natural ability to relate well to people at all levels, be flexible with the capacity to function effectively under pressure.
You’ll need to be a clear thinker, accurate and with a good eye for detail, ready to work in an atmosphere of continuous improvement and empathetic to the Hospice vision and values.
Working for our organisation
North London Hospice exists to enable the best of life, at the end of life, for everyone. We work together with our diverse community to provide palliative care and support, when and where it is needed most. We provide tailored, personalised care for more than 3,000 people a year who are living with a life-limiting illness in Barnet, Enfield, and Haringey. We also support their families, friends and carers.
In return, you will receive:
- Personal pension plan
- Life Assurance
- Generous leave entitlement
- Fully funded health cash plan
- Cinema benefits, etc.
Please see the attached Job Description and Person Specification for more information about the role.
This is a Hybrid working role.
As a Fundraising Officer, you’ll play a vital role at NAWT’s Berkshire Centre. Your role will be to work with the Centre Manager and NAWT’s central fundraising department, taking responsibility for developing, implementing and managing income generation activities, building local individual and corporate relationships to retain existing supporters and attract new ones, developing and growing a supporter database whilst promoting the centre and its work within the local community.
You will be part of a small friendly team who are all committed to improving the lives of pets in the area.
Your main responsibilities will involve:
- Developing, implementing and promoting fundraising activities.
- Building a network of volunteer fundraising supporters.
- Identifying sources of external funding such as grants and writing appropriate applications.
- Building relationships with donors and local businesses.
- Legacy marketing.
- Managing the sponsorship programme.
- Promoting the centre through local media contacts and social media.
The successful candidate will be an outstanding communicator with a high level of interpersonal skills. You will be able to work cooperatively with a range of colleagues and be able to offer a proactive and creative approach to fundraising opportunities and supporter relations.
You will have an organised approach to your work, with good attention to detail and excellent verbal and written communication skills. You will be able to use your own initiative and work unsupervised and have an empathy for the aims of NAWT.
You will have experience of the following:
- Relationship building with lots of different groups of people.
- Developing and prioritising your own workload and an ability to work to deadlines
- The ability to be flexible and work as part of a team.
- Managing and maintaining supporter databases
- Delivering presentations and talks.
Although not essential, experience or knowledge of fundraising, the local area and media/public relations would be beneficial for this role.
Ideally the role is full time, but a flexible working pattern would be considered for the candidate with relevant experience.
As part of our commitment to making NAWT a great place to work, we offer access to the following employee benefits:
- 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays.
- Access to a free 24/7 support service providing support including legal, financial, emotional and medical advice.
If you feel you have the right skills to be a successful Fundraising Officer, please apply.
Please note, we will only consider applications from candidates that have provided a cover letter.
Please note we will only accept applications with a cover letter.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
They aim to recruit passionate, friendly and enthusiastic staff who are motivated to really make a difference to the lives of the children and families who visit them .
Fundraising Administrator Responsibilities:
In this busy and varied role, you will provide administrative support to the central area fundraising team. To be successful you will be a great team player, highly motivated and organised with a positive approach to work and excellent communication skills. Experience of working in a fundraising environment would be an advantage but passion and enthusiasm for work is essential. As you will be responsible for delivery of a range of comprehensive administrative duties it is essential that you work to exceptionally high standards, as well as being proficient in the use of Microsoft and database systems (ideally Salesforce)
Fundraising Administrator Requirements:
Work will be undertaken from home, the headquarters in Barnstaple and in the community. The successful candidate must therefore be able to commute to Little Bridge House.
This interesting and varied role has a requirement to work at some weekends and at different locations across the South West and the UK at times. A full UK driving licence is an essential requirement.
They value their staff and offer an excellent working environment with an enthusiastic and committed team.
Benefits of working with them include: 27 days holiday entitlement (plus bank holidays) which increases with service, pension scheme with 7% employer contribution, sick pay scheme, family friendly policies, occupational health, wellbeing and counselling services, group life insurance scheme, a chance to make a real difference, green agenda, excellent working environment.
Closing Date: 07 February 2022
Anticipated Interviews: Friday 18 February 2022
Our client is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and all employees must obtain an enhanced DBS disclosure. They welcome applications from all sections of the community.
Location: Central Area Devon and South Somerset – with Headquarters in Barnstaple
Contract type: Permanent
Hours: Full time, 37 hours per week to include some weekend and evening work
Salary: £17,397 - £19,385 per annum
You may also have experience in the following: Database Base Administrator, Data Entry, Fundraising Administrator, Sales Support Administrator, Sales Administration, Office Assistant, Administration Assistant, Charity, Charities, NFP, Not For Profit, etc.
Ref: 106 435
Events Fundraising Officer
Contract Type: Fixed Term
Location: Home Worker (England, Wales and NI)
Salary: £25,806 - £28,181 - actual per annum (depending on skills and experience) (+ London Allowance of £3,600 if applicable)
Working Hours: 35 per week
Closing Date: 08 February 2022
Interview Date: To be confirmed
Please note the deadline for submitting applications for this vacancy is 9am on the closing date
Contract type: Fixed Term 5 months (Internal Secondment option available)
Our client is a leading charity. They provide information and support, improve care, fund research, and create lasting change for people affected by dementia.
Are you an enthusiastic and driven individual with experience of managing events?
Do you have experience of working on complex projects, collaborating with multiple stakeholders and generating income to reach ambitious targets?
Would you thrive in an exciting and rewarding role in their award-winning team?
About the role
They are looking for an enthusiastic and driven individual to join their ambitious Bespoke team, working on their award winning series.
- Project manage four events, working with internal and external stakeholders to ensure the success of each event.
- Lead on delivery of project areas including corporate sponsors, series evaluation, stewardship and on-the-day activations.
- Work closely with their event delivery company to ensure plans are running to schedule, agreements are adhered to, and information is shared in a timely manner to inform stewardship plans.
- Oversee the delivery of four events, providing the best possible experience for their trekkers to increase sign ups and income to ultimately support more people affected by dementia.
- Build, monitor and manage income and expenditure budgets to ensure they hit their ambitious targets.
They are looking for an organised, innovative and target driven individual who thrives in busy environments and has experience managing complex projects. With multiple events to project manage you’ll be able to prioritise your own workload, make quick data-led decisions and problem solve to ensure they hit their ambitious team targets.
They're looking for a great communicator who is comfortable building relationships with their event delivery partners, their amazing supporters and colleagues throughout the organisation.
As part of a large, collaborative team you will also contribute to their team objectives by leading on projects outside of your own events portfolio, so it’s important that you are a strong team player.
Their employees work hard every day to make a true difference in people's lives. They are proud to support them with a range of benefits, recognition and many options for working agilely, all contributing to a strong work life balance. They also have various learning programmes to support you in your development and help you grow to realise your potential and shape a career with them.
You may have experience of the following: Events Fundraising Officer, Fundraising Coordinator, Charities, Not for Profit, Fundraiser, Marketing, Business Development, Donor Management, Fundraising Officer, Third Sector, Fundraising Assistant, etc.
Ref: 106 613
The Global Steering Group for Impact Investment is a bold organisation with an ambition to make impact investment mainstream in order for it to scale as a key tool in addressing fundamental environmental and social challenges around the world. They are small, nimble, ambitious and truly global, reaching c 50 countries through the National Advisory Boards. Based in London, and with staff in Brussels, Buenos Aires, Nairobi, Paris, and Rome, the GSG is chaired by Sir Ronald Cohen and brings together leaders from the worlds of business, finance, philanthropy and NGOs. They are now looking to appoint a Fundraising Executive at an exciting time of development for the organisation.
The Fundraising Executive will contribute information on prospects and funders to support partnership approaches and implement of stewardship strategies. You will assist in the development of confidential research profiles and briefs on prospects for senior team members and map individuals and relationships to help maximise the potential in fundraising. You'll also participate in team meetings and keep up to date records on the Salesforce database.
The selected candidate will have an interest in the funding ecosystem across the globe and will understand motivations within the grant-making and fundraising sectors. You will be an analytical professional with demonstrable experience in prospect research and, ideally, donor-facing work too. The selected candidate will enjoy researching opportunities, developing engagement strategies, and building relationships with colleagues across the globe.
To learn more about this unique opportunity and how to apply, get in touch with Ryan Burdock at Prospectus.
At Prospectus we invest in your journey as a candidate and are committed to supporting you in your application. In order to apply please submit your CV in the first instance and begin to prepare your supporting statement. Should your experience be suitable, we will send you the full job description and will arrange for a call and/or meeting to brief you on the role. You'll then have all the information you need to formally apply. We are looking forward to speaking with you soon.
We have an exciting opportunity to join the Fundraising & Communications team here at Arthur Rank Hospice Charity.
Job Ref: TEST360KF439736CamFO
Location: Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB22 3FB
Type of contract: Permanent
Hours: 37.5 p/w
Salary: £22000.00 to £25000.00 Per Annum
We welcome applications from those interested in joining the charity sector for the first time as well as those who already have experience of working at a charity. You may have experience in a similar fundraising role, customer services, reception, or sales role. This role is the centre point of our fundraising team so we are looking for someone who enjoys talking to people, helping with queries, and would relish the opportunity to grow our fundraising through managing our collection tin volunteers and the collecting tins across our county – no two days are the same so thinking on your toes and using your own initiative are both essential skills. The Fundraising Officer is a support to the whole fundraising team and the first point of call for our supporters.
Customer service skills are essential in this role as by providing the very best customer service to our supporters and giving them a positive experience, you will connect, build, and retain relationships and support. We are also looking for someone with great administrative skills to manage a wide variety of tasks such as writing thank you letters, replying to emails, keeping our database updated, and answering telephone queries.
You must be a confident and friendly character who’s passionate about going the extra mile for the organisation. You will work closely with the team, our wider colleagues, volunteers, and the community to be able to make a real difference to the charity and ultimately our patients and their loved ones.
Closing date: 31st January
To Apply and for More Information:
If you would like to find out more about this position, please click the apply button. You will be directed to our website where you can download the job description and application form.
When applying on our website, please make sure to include a covering letter when attaching your CV. CVs without an accompanying cover letter will not be accepted.
We are committed to inclusivity, respect, fairness, engagement and equality of opportunity for our patients and their families, our staff and trustees, our volunteers and our supporters. We value the strength that comes with difference and the positive contribution that diversity brings to our community. Therefore, candidates with a disability that meet the minimum criteria will be guaranteed an interview. We are also working to increase diversity throughout the organisation and we particularly welcome applications from BAME people who are currently under-represented.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
No agencies please.