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About Future Frontiers
In the UK, family income is the strongest predictor of how well a young person will do at school and the future opportunities they will have. Future Frontiers exists to change this. Our vision is of a society where equal access to education and career opportunities enables potential to overcome poverty.
We are an award-winning education charity with an innovative approach to tackling educational inequality in the UK. Our mission is to provide disadvantaged young people with the guidance, networks and opportunities they need to realise their potential at school and achieve post-16 qualifications that build towards secure and fulfilling employment. By partnering with schools and forward-thinking businesses we deliver a high-impact coaching programme to young people from disadvantaged backgrounds. We recently developed an ambitious 5-year strategy which adds a second year to our programme and provides even more 1 to 1 support for young people, deepening our impact.
The strategy sets out how we will achieve our strategic vision statement: between 2021 and 2026, Future Frontiers will design, develop and rigorously evaluate an enhanced two-year programme that achieves meaningful long-term impact at the post-16 transition, transforming the life-chances of disadvantaged young people. During this period we will support over 16,000 disadvantaged young people. You can read more about our impact so far in our Annual Impact Reports on our website.
Why we need you
We are seeking a Fundraising Officer to join our small and friendly Fundraising Team and play a key role in securing a vital proportion of the charity’s income that will help to make a meaningful difference in the lives of disadvantaged young people.
The successful candidate will report to the Head of Fundraising and work alongside another Fundraiser to research funding opportunities and develop our prospect pipeline. You will write funding enquiries and applications; write funding reports and case studies; and support the delivery of excellent supporter engagement.
Your primary focus will be on charitable Trusts and Foundations, but there will also be opportunities to get involved in our work to engage philanthropists and corporate businesses and their staff as volunteer fundraisers.
Candidates who have lived experiences relatable to our young people are strongly encouraged to apply.
Prospect research and pipeline development
You will complete research to find charitable Trusts and Foundations that have the potential to support Future Frontiers for the first time. You will use this knowledge to support the development of our prospect pipeline for the coming years, including making recommendations for our funding ask and amount.
Enquiries and applications
You will write enquiries and applications for funding that are tailored to each recipient and make a convincing case for how their support will make a difference for disadvantaged young people. You will clearly outline the need for our work, the details of our programme and the outcomes for participating pupils, and our impact to-date.
Reports and case studies
You will write reports that are tailored to each recipient and demonstrate how their funding has made a different for disadvantaged young people. You will clearly outline activities, successes, challenges and pupils’ achievements, and demonstrate the impact of their funding for young people, including the gathering of case studies.
You will support the planning and delivery of high-quality, tailored communications and engagement opportunities for existing and potential supporters.
● Writing (essential): Experience of writing complex documents to fulfil specific aims.
● Research (essential): Experience of completing independent research.
● Building relationships (essential): Experience of building relationships with stakeholders.
● Experience of the charity sector and/or fundraising (desirable): Understanding of the charity sector, the role of fundraising and good practice in fundraising.
Skills and competencies
You should be able to demonstrate all or most of these:
● Written communication: You write clearly, concisely and compellingly.
● Spoken communication: You present detailed information with clarity.
● Attention to detail: You have high levels of perception, accuracy and the ability to tailor communications.
● Organisational skills: You can manage your time and tasks independently and follow processes.
● Curiosity: You are willing and interested to learn about fundraising and supporters.
What we can offer you
• Generous annual leave of 27 days + bank holidays, increasing with service
• Team building offsites and regular team socials throughout the year
• Flexible working: core hours 11am – 4pm and regular working from home as standard, 4pm finish on Fridays
• Cycle to work scheme
• Generous parental pay and additional childcare leave for child’s first 2 years
Equal Opportunities, Diversity and Inclusion
Here at Future Frontiers we are dedicated to the practice of equal opportunities. The principles of it underpin our mission and we treat all employees, volunteers, clients and students as individuals. We believe in having an open and inclusive culture that champions diversity in all its forms, including disability, culture, race, gender, sexual orientation, age, life experiences, socio-economic background, and religion.
We encourage everyone to apply for our roles. If you would like to talk to us about working at Future Frontiers in advance of your application, particularly in regards to diversity, we strongly encourage you to contact us via email and we will arrange a call. We’d love to hear from you.
To improve the diversity of the team we are particularly interested to hear from candidates who have not been to university or who have lived experiences relatable to our young people.
How to Apply
● To apply, please fill out our application form by answering these questions and attaching your CV.
1. Tell us why you want to work at Future Frontiers. What is it about us that excites you? (Max. 1,500 characters)
2. With direct reference to the experience, skills and competencies listed in the job description, please tell us the three main reasons why you would make an excellent Fundraising Officer, giving evidence for each reason. (Max. 2,500 characters)
3. Tell us about a document you have written, ideally within a professional context. We want to know:
• The purpose of the document
• Any planning and/or research you completed
• How you approached structuring and writing the document
• Any feedback and/or outcomes resulting from the document. (Max. 1,500 characters)
Please note that, given the nature of the Fundraising Officer role, we will be assessing your quality of
written communication in your answers, including clarity, spelling and grammar.
● Deadline: Monday 20th June 2022, 9am
● Initial interviews expected to be held on Tuesday 28th June 2022, via video call.
● Final, in-person interviews are expected to be held on Tuesday 5th July 2022, at our offices.
FoodCycle currently runs 50 Projects across England and Wales providing nutritious meals and social connections for those at risk of food poverty and loneliness. Our fundraising team has developed exceptional growth in fundraising income over the past few years and we have exciting and ambitious plans to expand our programme reach over the next two years, requiring us to double our income.
To support this growth, we are seeking a candidate with ambitions to further their fundraising experience to join our small and talented Fundraising Team. You will already have some events, fundraising or marketing experience under your belt and be keen to further develop your skills by managing our corporate volunteering events and smaller value corporate donor and community fundraising relationships.
Additionally, you will support the Head of Fundraising and Fundraising and Corporate Partnerships Manager, providing event and administrative support that underpins our successful donor and funder relationships. We are in the process of planning our 2023 Gala Dinner and you will play a key role in ensuring this event is successfully delivered.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
TRUSTS & CORPORATE FUNDRAISING OFFICER
Location: Location: Maidenhead, Head Office based with Remote Working offered
Contract Type: Fixed Term - 2 years
Salary: Circa £30-31,000 per annum, pro rata, depending upon experience, plus a Facilities Allowance of £1,200 per annum, pro rata
Hours: Full Time, 37 hours per week
About the Commonwealth War Graves Commission
The Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) is a highly respected and prestigious global organisation. We honour and care for the 1.7 million men and women of the Commonwealth forces who died in the First and Second World Wars, ensuring their sacrifice will never be forgotten. The battlefields may be long gone, but our cemeteries, memorials, records, events, community, and outreach programmes remain an important and abiding memorial to all those who fell. They are the last physical and human reminders we have of those world-changing conflicts.
About the CWGF
The Commonwealth War Graves Foundation (CWGF) is the charitable arm of the CWGC. The CWGF highlights the work of the CWGC through diverse projects that actively engage new audiences and find innovative ways to involve the whole community with our work - through education and outreach, voluntary activity, arts and heritage projects, local research and partnership working.
About this Role and You
As our first Trusts & Corporate Fundraising Officer you will be responsible for generating and growing income by researching and developing excellent written applications and reports. You will need to stay abreast of all fundraising opportunities the charity has to offer and prepare strong and compelling grant proposals for all fundable areas of the charity, often working closely with colleagues from other teams.
You will bring new corporate supporters to the organisation through Identifying and building excellent relationships with businesses that lead to partnerships, sponsorship and additional support including Charity of the Year partnerships.
In this role you will be strategically planning, costing and delivering a range of activities and initiatives within a fast-growing charity that is going through an exciting period of growth. As a critical member of small and dynamic team, the role will be high pressure, with challenging targets, and a lot of hands-on delivery.
We are looking for a strategic and driven fundraiser who has excellent experience of securing significant income from partnerships with Trusts and/or Corporates. You will be well organised, able to manage multiple projects within budget and driven to meet deadlines and income targets. Excellent communication skills are essential and as a team-player you will be able to build strong and meaningful relationships and offer exceptional customer service to internal and external stakeholders. You will be able to work with minimum supervision and possess excellent time-management skills. You will have also have some experience of working with databases.
In addition, we are looking for applicants who share our Values of Respect, Excellence, Teamwork, Communication, Professionalism and Commitment.
What We Offer:
- A generous holiday allocation, with 25 days annual leave, rising by 1 day per year up to a maximum of 30
- Paid public holidays
- Paid office closure between Christmas and New Year
- Flexible working arrangements
- Generous Pension Scheme, with CWGC contributing up to 15%
- Up to six times salary Life Assurance cover
- Employee Assistance Programme
- We offer piece of mind for our employees travelling on business via International SOS
How to Apply
Please visit our careers web page at for further details about the role and how to apply.
We value the differences that a diverse workforce brings and are committed to creating a respectful work environment where everyone is treated with dignity and respect and where any unlawful and/or unfair discrimination is eliminated. We will not unlawfully discriminate directly or indirectly in recruitment or employment on grounds of sex, gender reassignment, pregnancy, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origins, age, sexual orientation or marital status, religion or belief.
* The salary range is £25,928 to £30,696plus London weighting if applicable).
* 25 days, plus 3 additional days in the Christmas/New Year period, plus all public holidays per annum.
* NEA offer a money-purchase, non-contributory pension scheme. 11½% of basic salary will be paid by NEA in the pension. NEA also offers death-in-service cover to state retirement age and enhanced sick pay.
Are you looking for an exciting opportunity to work in a small but highly effective charity Business and Partnerships team? In this role you will generate income to deliver initiatives that will make a real impact on the lives of vulnerable energy consumers.
As the Energy Crisis tops the news agenda, our work has never been more needed. Our figures, which have been widely reported in national, regional, and local media show that since April 2022, 6.5 million UK households are now in fuel poverty – that’s one in four.
Our Business and Partnership team lead on securing funds which support the charity’s advocacy, research, and operational work to improve the lives of people struggling to keep their homes warm and safe.
Candidates will have experience to help us develop and maintain our relationships with key stakeholders and charity donors. With the energy crisis continuing to see more people pushed into fuel poverty, you will help us identify new opportunities for the charity at a time when our support has never been more vital to people struggling to cope with the rising costs of energy.
- Be educated to degree level or have equivalent experience,
- Have a proven track record in income generation and be able to evidence your experience in fundraising or business development
- Be creative
- Have excellent communication and people skills and the ability to write for a variety of audience
- Have good numeracy skills and the ability to draft a budget
- Be enthusiastic, able to work as part of a team and have empathy with NEA’s charitable aims.
The job description provides a list of the duties of the post and the person specification provides the list of essential and desirable criteria. The location is flexible across UK, and our staff are working on a temporary remote basis. PLEASE NOTE WE ARE UNABLE TO ACCEPT CVs, PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE TO APPLY.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Digital Community Fundraising Officer to join our newly created Digital Community Fundraising team. You will join us working 35 hours per week and in return you will receive a competitive salary of up to £31,629.41 per annum plus excellent benefits.
Cats Protection is the UK’s leading feline welfare charity with a nationwide network of adoption and homing centres, volunteer-run branches and charity shops. During 2021, we helped 137,000 cats and kittens. That's the equivalent of around 375 cats a day!
The Digital Community Fundraising team is a brand new team sitting in the Community & Events department within the wider Marketing and Income Generation directorate. Working collaboratively with other areas of the directorate, this new team will pave the way for digital community fundraising at Cats Protection. A very exciting opportunity for the right candidate to help shape the portfolio and team.
Responsibilities of our Digital Community Fundraising Officer:
As Digital Community Fundraising Assistant you will be responsible for delivering digital community fundraising product campaigns, product development and exemplary supporter stewardship to all community supporters. You will work across multiple channels with a focus on social media, web and email. You will play a key role in the developing of the community fundraising portfolio through innovation and product development, taking a leading role in the development of Gaming, Facebook Products, DIY Fundraisers and Community Appeals.
What we’re looking for in our Digital Community Fundraising Officer:
- Proven experience of digital fundraising, ideally working with external agencies within the third sector
- Specialist knowledge of digital across a range of channels including email, online and social
- Proven experience of product development, innovation and testing new products and propositions
- Proven track record of achieving income against agreed financial targets
What we can offer you:
- salary of up to £31,629.41 per annum plus excellent benefits
- generous annual leave entitlement
- contribution pension scheme
- life assurance scheme
- range of health benefits
- Employee Assistance Programme
- and more
Join us as our Digital Community Fundraising Officer and know you are helping to make a real difference to cats and kittens across the UK!
Unfortunately, we cannot accept applications or CVs that are emailed to us directly. Please note any applications received after the closing date may not be responded to.
Closing date: 27th May 2022
Virtual interview date: Week commencing 6th June 2022
Cats Protection is committed to safeguarding children and adults at risk and protecting anyone that comes into contact with us from harm. We expect all employees and volunteers to share this commitment.
Do you have fundraising experience? Do you feel comfortable working form home? We are looking for our missing team member to come and join us and help support Clinks with a healthy income stream and work towards our income srategy. We would love to hear from people who are passionate about changes within the criminal justice system and we actively encourage people with lived experience and/or protected characteristics to apply. We are a home-working organisation but occassionally meet face to face to align our team and strengthen our relationships with colleagues. Please note we do not require disclosue of any convictions at all. Please apply to come and work for an incredible organisation!
Fundraising for an organisation is a fundamental role and for Clinks, we need a new team member to help support our income strategy and work with our wider team to strengthen our pipeline. A passion for the criminal justice system would be wonderful and an ability to work independently is essential for remote working. We also value meeting our colleagues at occassional face to face meetings to build rapport and align our work. We welcome applications from people with lived experience and/or protected characteristics. Please note, we do not require disclosure during application, interview or if you are the successful candidate in post. Please read the job description and apply to work for an incredible organisation.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
This role is a great opportunity to harness your community fundraising experience to shape and expand a fundraising programme.
* You will be supporting an established group of fundraising guilds, as well as a network of committed young fundraising volunteers training to be doctors.
* You will help attract more individual and group supporters from in and around the medical community via medical conferences, workplace fundraising, social media activity, challenge events and more.
* This role also assists with the individual giving programme and developing the charity's social media channels to reach more supporters and beneficiaries.
Key aims of the Post:
* Identify target fundraising groups in and around the medical profession including medical students, doctors and employees from partner organisations.
* Test the effectiveness of different fundraiser acquisition channels, taking a creative approach to digital and social media to attract new supporters.
* Provide dedicated support for all individual fundraisers and fundraising groups, including regional groups who organise fundraising activities.
* Represent the charity at regional and national medical events, to raise awareness of the charity and help grow our community of supporters, fundraisers and volunteers.
* Work closely with the Volunteer Programme Manager to help inform our volunteers about local activities and encourage involvement where possible.
* Assist the Head of Fundraising & Communications with developing and stewarding the pipeline of individual givers and major donors.
Contract type: permanent, hybrid working
Location: South West London
Salary: £30,000- £32,000 per annum
If you are interested in the role or want to learn more, then please do get in touch with Dagmara on 02078207315 or email her at [email protected]
Harris Hill Charity Recruitment Specialists operates an equal opportunity policy and commits to treating all of our candidates and jobseekers fairly. We welcome and encourage applications from everyone regardless of age, disability, sex, gender, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.
Prospectus are delighted to be supporting Caritas Anchor House in their search for a Fundraising Officer.
Caritas Anchor House are a homelessness charity who work with hundreds of people each year to build new beginnings in the London Borough of Newham - where the highest levels of homelessness in the country exist. Last year they provided a home and support to 278 people experiencing homelessness, but despite their success homelessness is on the rise and demands for services continually increasing.
The Fundraising Officer is an integral role within the Fundraising and Communications Department. Responsible for acquiring and stewarding supporters, including individuals taking part in challenge events, community clubs and associations, schools and faith groups, as well as one-off and regular donors, and legacy pledgers. The post holder will ensure an excellent supporter experience, so that both existing and prospective donors feel valued and informed about the impact they are making.
To be successful as the Fundraising Officer you will have proven experience of working in a fundraising environment and achieving financial targets, ideally within the community arena. You will have a good understanding of the principles of supporter care and a passion for engaging and encouraging supporters!
At Prospectus we invest in your journey as a candidate and are committed to supporting you with your application. We welcome candidates from a diverse range of backgrounds. Please let us know if we can help you with the application process in any way. We are more than happy to make any reasonable adjustments to enable all interested candidates to apply.
If you are interested in applying to this position, please submit your CV in the first instance. 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 connecting with you soon.
In the Challenge and Virtual Event team we support those taking on a Challenge activity for Barnardo's, through delivering owned events, as well as third party challenges, from running marathons to walking around the your local park. We support our participants with a supporter journey designed to give them everything they need to get the absolute most out of their challenge.
We are looking for someone with a passion for events and a thirst for learning to help us deliver our Do you Own Fundraising programme, our third-party events calendar including the TCS London Marathon, and Great North Run as well as helping to implement and shape our bespoke and owned portfolio of virtual and partnered events. You'll have experience in marketing, fundraising, stewarding supporters and event delivery as well as being able to manage multiple activities and deadlines.
We are an ambitious team with ambitious targets over the next 3 years, as we understand what mass participation events look like post COVID 19. We are innovative, and audience led, making sure insight guides our decisions and portfolio over the coming years.
We know as we come out of the pandemic there will be an increased pressure on our children's services. Fundraising therefore is extremely important in making sure we are there for the vulnerable children, young people, parents and carers that need our help the most.
So if you've got a passion for events, innovation and making a difference we would love to hear from you.
Barnardo's offers a hybrid working model covered under our `Work from Anywhere' Framework, therefore vacancies advertised with this as an opportunity are open for applicants to either work from home or any location within the UK, including Barnardo's Hub/Office that is a reasonable distance from your home address.
Barnardo's believe in creating equality of opportunity in the workplace and supporting people to manage their work-life balance; we are therefore open to offering flexible working arrangements.
At Barnardo's we believe in children - no matter who they are, what they have done or what they have been through. Please read about our basis and values following the link below. You will be asked questions relating to them as part of the recruitment process for this role.
Barnardo's is committed to having a diverse and inclusive workforce for staff and volunteers. We actively encourage applications from disabled, Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic and male candidates as they are under-represented within Barnardo's.
Our basis and values
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* Work from Anywhere Framework - March 2022.pdf (74.96 KB)
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This is a great opportunity to play a key role within the Trust Fundraising Team. Through excellent stewardship and high-quality, targeted applications, you will secure and grow income from small and medium sized trusts and foundations, as well as support with the delivery of the wider trusts team strategy.
We are looking for someone with experience of fundraising from trusts and foundations who can hit the ground running. The team has just had its most successful year for income in over a decade, so it is an exciting time to join.
The successful candidate should have:
- Experience of fundraising from trusts in the voluntary sector
- Excellent communication skills (written and verbal)
- Thorough approach with very good attention to detail
Please download the job description to see full role responsibilities.
Muscular Dystrophy UK is the charity bringing individuals, families and professionals together to fight muscle-wasting conditions. We bring together more than 60 rare and very rare progressive muscle-weakening and wasting conditions, affecting around 110,000 children and adults in the UK.
We appreciate the range of skills and experience our staff have to offer. In return for your enthusiasm and commitment we commit to actively developing and supporting you. We also offer a range of benefits including pension, life assurance, season ticket loan, ride to work scheme, health cash plan, and an employee assistance programme.
This role is based from our office in Southwark, London with a great deal of flexibility for home working.
In order to apply, please click on the Apply Now button and send your CV with a covering letter detailing why you are best suited for the role.
*Unfortunately, due to resource capacity, we will only contact candidates that are shortlisted for interview. Therefore if you do not hear from us within 2 weeks of the closing date please note your application has been unsuccessful.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We are recruiting a Senior Fundraising Officer – Trusts and Foundations, who will play a key role in our small and successful fundraising team. A confident and capable fundraiser, you will bring vital capacity to this side of our income generation and work closely with the CEO, Senior Leadership Team and fundraising manager.
About the role:
This senior fundraising officer role is a new position, ideal for a creative and ambitious fundraiser who is seeking a role where there is an opportunity to develop and step-up professionally.
If successful, you will join a small fundraising team where from the start you will enjoy real responsibility. In this new role, you will work on a diverse range of funding proposals and have the autonomy to lead on the management of your own portfolio of funders. You will also work alongside senior staff including our CEO and Senior Leadership Team to develop larger, strategically significant proposals.
Although your main focus will be fundraising from Charitable Trusts and Foundations, you will have the chance to broaden your experience by working with the fundraising manager to develop and maintain the fundraising presence on our website and social media. You will also provide administrative support for the team, including keeping up to date records.
Who we’re looking for:
The successful candidate will have experience of building new and maintaining existing external stakeholder relationships in a fundraising capacity.
They will be confident in their ability to work on a diverse range of funding proposals and reports, including working independently alongside colleagues at all levels of seniority to achieve this.
The right candidate will have excellent written communication skills, and be able to translate a passion for our work into inspiring funding applications, reporting and account management.
They will also be a self-starter, capable of managing multiple priorities and a team player with excellent people skills. Finally they will enjoy build relationships with supporters and inspiring them to continue supporting our work.
Location: Home-based or London office-based (Vauxhall)
Working hours: Full-time (flexible, working minimum of 28 hours/per week considered – pro rata)
Salary: £28,000 per year (outside of London); £31,256 per year (including London weighting)
Benefits: 30 days annual leave plus bank holidays (pro rata if part-time) and pension
Closing date: 9am on Monday 30 May
Interview date: Week commencing 6 June, with some interviews arranged as suitable candidates are identified.
Kinship is the leading charity in England and Wales for kinship carers – relatives and friends who raise children when their parents aren’t able to. We offer kinship carers expert advice as well as financial, legal, practical and emotional support and understanding from the moment they need it, for as long as they need it. We’re always there to help with the complicated and stressful decisions that so many kinship families have to make, as well as to celebrate the good times.
Working alongside kinship carers and the children they raise, with their voice and views at the fore, we build communities of support and give everything we have to fight for each family and their rights, as well as to raise awareness of kinship care and secure better support for all those playing this critical role.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Do you want to use your skills in fundraising and relationship management to play a vital role in raising funds from the UK public making clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene normal for everyone everywhere?
Join WaterAid as Community Fundraising Officer to change normal for millions of people so they can unlock their potential, break free from poverty and change their lives for good. On top of that you'll be joining a 2020 Great Place to Work® award-winning organisation, which is also a Living Wage and Disability Confident employer.
The WaterAid Community, Events and Education team has a key role in engaging and fundraising from our supporters through a range of events and fundraising projects.
As our enthusiastic and experienced Community Fundraising Officer you will develop relationships with new peer to peer fundraisers of all ages, giving them an excellent supporter experience. You will steward fundraisers from our ultra events participants to our local group fundraising network to ensure effective fundraising results.
This role is Full-time, fixed term contract until December 2022.
In this role, you will:
* Manage top notch stewardship of events audiences and the engagement of local groups.
* Manage relationships with event organisers and individuals taking part in a diverse range of fundraising initiative and events.
* Project manage fundraising events such as our ultra challenge programme, manage relationships with suppliers such as event companies and fundraising platforms
* Have the ability to manage multiple priorities.
To be successful, you'll need:
- Experience of delivering income growth in a community or events fundraising setting.
- Ability to manage and build relationships with the public and volunteers
- Excellent project management skills and ability to be flexible and manage a busy workload.
- Experience of community fundraising and managing fundraising income and expenditure across a varied portfolio of activity
To see the full job pack, please click 'Apply'. Please apply by submitting your CV and a cover letter into one document in either Word Document or PDF format. Applications will close 23:59 on 22/05/2022. Availability for interview is required w/c 23rd May.
Salary between £28,952 to £30,481 subject to experience with excellent benefits.
WaterAid benefits include:
- 36 days' holiday (including Bank Holidays)
- Option to buy an extra 5 days annual leave
- We offer a generous pension plan with employer contribution of up to 10%
- Wide range of flexible and agile-working arrangement
- Season Ticket Loan
- Free annual eye tests
- Pay as You Give charitable giving scheme
- Enhanced Maternity and Adoption/Surrogacy pay, Shared Parental Leave and Paternity Leave
- Volunteer Day
WaterAid is currently located at Canary Wharf, London and this will be your location and contract base. We support and enjoy a hybrid working environment, this includes regular attendance in the London office to connect with each other. We look forward to discussing with you how you can best deliver in your new role.We are unable to provide sponsorship for this post. In order to apply for this post, you must be able to demonstrate your eligibility to work in the UK.
WaterAid is committed to ensuring that wherever we work in the world there is no tolerance for the abuse of power, privilege or trust. WaterAid reinforces a culture of zero tolerance towards any form of inappropriate behaviour, abuse, harassment, or exploitation of any kind. The safeguarding of our beneficiaries, staff, volunteers and anyone working on our behalf, is our top priority and we take our responsibilities extremely seriously. All staff and volunteers are required to share in this commitment through our Global Code of Conduct. We will conduct the most appropriate pre-employment references and checks to ensure high standards are maintained.
WaterAid is an equal opportunities, disability-confident employer and committed to achieving the highest standards of diversity, fairness and equality. Should you have a disability and require any additional support, please contact us.
Prospectus is delighted to be supporting St Mungo's in the search for a new Trust Fundraising Officer to join their team. At St Mungo's their vision is that everyone has a place to call home and can fulfil their hopes and ambitions. As a homelessness charity and housing association, their clients are at the heart of what they do, and in 2020 - 21 they supported 31,620 people across all of their services.
This role is offered on a permanent full-time basis paying £30,223 - £33,872 per annum to work in a hybrid and flexible working model from their London Office.
The post holder will personally manage a portfolio of small to medium trusts and grant funders and develop compelling funding proposals, reports and stewardship opportunities. They will also work with fellow Trusts and Grants team members to contribute to research and identify new funding opportunities.
They are looking for a proactive, driven and collaborative individual to join their Trusts and Grants Team. The ideal candidate will have excellent writing skills, will enjoy building strong relationships with both colleagues and external stakeholders. The postholder will need to be able to write compelling funding proposals and manage a varied workload with competing priorities.
At Prospectus we invest in your journey as a candidate and are committed to supporting you with your application. We welcome all candidates to apply, regardless of age, sex/gender, disability, race, religion, sexual orientation, marital status or pregnancy/maternity. If you have any disability and require reasonable adjustment/s to any part of the process then please contact Ariha Semontee at Prospectus.
If you feel you meet some of the criteria but not all, we really hope you'll enquire and learn more. Prospectus can advise and support on each part of the role and hopefully your application, so we look forward to hearing from you.
In order to apply please submit your CV in the first instance. Should your experience be suitable, we will arrange for a meeting to brief you on the role. You'll then have all the information you need to formally apply. We are looking forward to connecting with you soon.
Are you a proactive, organised and collaborative individual, with excellent written and communication skills and a desire to end homelessness?
About the role
We are looking for a motivated and hardworking individual to take on the role of Trust Fundraising Officer. In this role, you will develop strong and effective funding proposals and manage a varied portfolio of trust and grant funders giving up to £10,000 per year. We are looking for someone with a love of writing, who can build face-to-face relationships with funders and with colleagues from across the organisation.
The role is perfect for someone looking to develop their fundraising skills, or for someone new to the sector. You will join a supportive team of four trusts and grants fundraisers, who are responsible for raising £1.9 million in 2022-23.
This is a fantastic time to join St Mungo’s as we look to grow our services, change the homelessness landscape throughout England and support ever more people to rebuild their lives. In this role you will:
- Personally manage a portfolio of small to medium trusts and grant funders
- Develop compelling funding proposals, reports and stewardship opportunities
- Work with your fellow Trusts and Grants team members to contribute to research and identify new funding opportunities
- Collaborate with colleagues within Fundraising and across the organisation to identify new funding opportunities and contribute to cross-Philanthropy initiatives
We are looking for a proactive, driven and collaborative individual to join our Trusts and Grants Team of four. You will be someone with excellent writing skills, who enjoys building strong relationships with both colleagues and external stakeholders. You will need to be able to write compelling funding proposals and manage a varied workload with competing priorities.
We welcome applications from people with transferrable skills wanting a first step in the charity sector, or those wanting to take the next step in their fundraising career. We will support you to develop the skills needed to secure vital income to positively impact the lives of people experiencing homelessness.
We particularly welcome applications from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) applicants, as they are under-represented within St Mungo’s within the Fundraising directorate.
What we offer
Excellent Development and Growth Opportunities
- We hold Investors in People Gold accreditation – one of just 3% of Housing Associations to achieve this. 82% of staff who took part in the survey say St Mungo’s is a great place to work.
- We are committed to developing all of our staff via routes such as secondments, transfers and promotion. In 2020/21 31% of our vacancies were filled by internal promotions.
A Diverse and Inclusive Work Place
- Equality, diversity and inclusion are central to the organisation's values and how we work.
- We are proud of our commitment to diversity and inclusion and have 8 great Diversity Networks to support clients and staff from different backgrounds so they are able to be their best selves.
Flexible Working and Pension
- We are committed to maintaining your work/life balance. We offer 25 days annual leave, and operate a very popular Flexi Time scheme, which allows you to supplement your annual leave entitlement. After 5 years, staff annual leave entitlement increases to 28 days.
- St Mungo’s contribute 4% of your gross annual salary, and you are able to enrol in the Defined Contribution scheme following a successful probationary period in which the employer contribution is 6%.
What we do
At St Mungo’s our vision is that everyone has a place to call home and can fulfil their hopes and ambitions. As a homelessness charity and housing association, our clients are at the heart of what we do, and in 2020 - 21 we supported 31,620 people across all of our services. Our staff are crucial to making this happen.
How to apply
Click the ‘Apply Now’ Button at the top of the page to start your online application form. Alongside your employment history and some monitoring questions the application form will ask you to say how your experience meets the points 1 - 3 of the Person Specification for the role.
To view the job description and guidance on completing your application form, please click on the ‘document available’ tab at the top of the advert page on our website.
Closing date: 10am on 26 May 2022
Interview and assessments on: week commencing 6 June 2022
Please be advised that all appointments will be made on St Mungo’s current standard Terms and Conditions (T&Cs); this also applies to any internal candidates.