Fundraising is at the heart of everything that we do here at Age UK. It enables us to greatly improve the lives of older people across the country.
We are offering a fantastic opportunity for a professional Executive Assistant to join our successful (and very busy) Fundraising Team.
With a proven background in a similar role, you will provide efficient, proactive support to the Fundraising Director and Fundraising Leadership Team. Managing day to day administration, executive support and project assistance.
You will be:
* An experienced EA (or Senior PA to main board director)
* Confident organising and managing the Fundraising Director's ever-changing diary, planning ahead and keeping abreast of daily alterations
* Owning and organising the Fundraising Directorate's monthly and quarterly meetings, booking travel and venues, arranging agendas
* Build positive relationships with other EAs and wider teams
* Sensitively and confidentially handling coordination including 121 meetings, sickness and annual leave records
* Providing a triage operation to the Fundraising Director
* Manage specific fundraising projects as designated by the Fundraising Director
* Taking minutes at meetings
* Quick to embrace Age UK's vision, mission, values and objectives
Skills & Experience:
A highly resourceful team player, enjoys a fast paced environment
Calm under pressure, remaining efficient, flexible and proactive
Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills with a high sense of discretion
Self-confident, with the ability to use own initiative and exercise good judgement
Excellent written, verbal and MS Office skills (Excel in particular)
High level organisation, with strong time management skills
Ability to produce highly professional documents and letters
For a full list of benefits please click here
Age UK is an Equal Opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates, regardless of age, sex, race, disability, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital/civil partnership status, or pregnancy and maternity. We guarantee an interview to disabled candidates who meet the essential criteria. We welcome requests for flexible working.
Age UK is committed to safeguarding adults at risk, and children, from abuse and neglect. We expect everyone who works with us to share this commitment.
Early application is encouraged as we will review applications throughout the advertising period and reserve the right to close the advert at any time.
Age UK politely requests no contact from recruitment agencies or media sales. We do not accept speculative CVs from recruitment agencies nor accept the fees associated with them.
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Job title: Events Fundraising and Volunteering Officer
Location: Noah’s Ark Charity, Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospital for Wales, Cardiff
Contract: 18 month fixed term contract with a view to creating a permanent position.
Job type: Full time (37.5 hours a week) with some flexible working required
Salary: Up to £27,000 (depending on experience)
The Noah’s Ark Charity supports the Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospital for Wales in providing world class care, helping to ensure the best outcome and experience possible for children and their families.
Having raised more than £22 million to build and equip the hospital, today we continue to work hand in hand with the NHS, providing funding for the most up to date equipment and facilities. We also fund support services for families like the play specialist team, who help children be children, despite the difficulties they are facing.
This is an opportunity for a driven, experienced professional to join a small but highly motivated team. This is a ‘hands on’ role which offers a real opportunity to see the impact that your work and that of the wider charity has on the children and families we support.
The events fundraising and volunteering officer will work alongside the head of events to plan, market, deliver and evaluate the events portfolio. They will play a pivotal role in enhancing the charity’s volunteer strategy by developing and implementing a charity wide volunteering programme. With the support of other colleagues within the wider team, this role will also include the implementation of our patient and family engagement programme (Hub Club and Sparkle Fund) of which volunteers are an essential part.
The combined elements of this role will contribute both directly and indirectly to the financial growth for the Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospital Charity, while also bringing added value to both the volunteer and patient/family experience.
Main duties and responsibilities
- Work alongside the head of events to plan, deliver and evaluate a portfolio of fundraising events.
- Work with the communications team to develop and implement promotional plans for each event and encourage long term support through the delivery of stewardship activities which sit in line with the organisation’s broader strategic aims.
- Alongside the head of events, work to achieve annual event fundraising targets.
- Scope opportunities to duplicate Noah’s Ark Charity fundraising events in different geographical regions.
- Work with suitable volunteers to promote events at appropriate locations.
- Undertake market research and analysis to evaluate activities and develop new and rejuvenated events.
- Support and manage events on the day, which will require some weekend and evening work.
- Work with the communications manager and director to develop a robust volunteering programme which will include plans around recruitment and retention.
- Provide responsive, high quality and efficient volunteer co-ordination, for all volunteering across the Noah’s Ark Charity.
- Work with the wider team to create new volunteering roles where a need is identified.
- Manage the induction and training for the volunteers and oversee all pre-volunteering requirements.
- Introduce volunteers to the dedicated team member who will be their manager, ensuring both have the support they need to develop a good working relationship and that activities are organised and managed properly.
- Ensure volunteering opportunities are advertised through relevant digital outlets.
- Work with the communications team to ensure regular, relevant communications to the network of volunteers.
- Manage the volunteer management system, maintaining accurate and accessible records.
- Work alongside and seek guidance from the Cardiff and Vale University Health Board to ensure the charity is meeting governance and legislative requirements regarding volunteering and respond to changes in practice and legislation.
- Act as designated lead on the implementation of our hospital Hub Club and Sparkle Fund.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
As the Sponsorship Experience Manager, you'll be responsible for managing the sponsor experience for our sector-leading Child Sponsorship product. You will lead and deliver innovative and inspiring marketing campaigns which will drive supporter loyalty and satisfaction by enabling them to see the difference they are making in the lives of the world's poorest children.
The successful candidate will have excellent direct marketing skills and will inspire supporters to increase their engagement. You'll have an excellent attention to detail and lead a programme of continuous channel and product innovation, managing a rigorous testing programme to evaluate new activity.
We are excited to be working with a small children's charity, in search of a Corporate Partnerships Manager. As part of your role, you will be generating income through corporate fundraising from securing new business partnerships and account managing existing partnerships, to meet specified income target of £300,000. You will also be line managing one officer.
For this role, you will need:
- Demonstrable experience of corporate fundraising, specifically with new business partnerships
- Excellent stewardship and account management experience
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including presentation skills
Salary: £32,000 - £35,000
Deadline: 19th September - the charity will consider applicants on a rolling basis
To hear more about the role please call us on 0203 006 2787 or apply online.
If enough applications are received, the charity reserves the right to end the application period sooner. If you would like to have an informal discussion, please visit our website for details.
Job Title: Global Fundraising and Partnerships Director
Hours / Contract: Full-time / Permanent
Salary Package: Circa £85k
The Martin James Foundation believe that every child has the right to grow up and thrive – in a safe, secure and loving home and their vision is a world in which children do not live in institutions. The foundation are seeking an exceptional Global Fundraising and Partnerships Director to join their Senior Management Team (SMT).
Reporting to the Global Chief Executive you will be responsible for the development, implementation and monitoring of robust and effective fundraising, income generation and partnerships for the foundation. As part of the SMT the Fundraising and Partnerships Director will be directly involved in the development and implementation of organisation-wide annual, and longer-term strategic plans, as well as participating in the evolution of global strategies and initiatives.
The key responsibilities are:
- Cultivate effective internal and external relationships beneficial to fundraising, particularly with corporate, trusts, legacies, major gifts and international applications
- Lead on the identification of potential partner organisations to help the foundation achieve its mission
- Ensuring sound and efficient use of resources and adherence to governance procedures, including engagement with the Board of Trustees
- Represent the foundation as part of an external influencing strategy
- Provide leadership as part of the SMT and be the key advisor to the Chief Executive, and the Programmes and Projects Director in relation to the fundraising, communications and partnership strategy, contributing to an effective organisational strategy
As the successful candidate you will have an excellent understanding of all fundraising and income generation activities. With strong strategic marketing, PR, financial planning, budgeting and data analysis skills, you will be able to demonstrate the ability to develop, pitch and win major contracts. A fluent communicator to a wide range of audiences, you will be persuasive, able to influence and inform as required, whilst motivating teamwork, collaboration and productive working relationships.
To apply for this pivotal role, and to receive further information on the salary package available, please send your CV and Supporting Statement to Jenny Warner and Adam Stacey at Charisma Charity Recruitment quoting reference JO1704.
Closing date for applications: 6 October 2019
1st Interview date: 6/7 or 13/14 November
2nd Interview date: 28 Nov or 4/5 December
Location:Flexible, in UK or a major city within Europe
Compassion in World Farming was founded in 1967 by a British farmer who became horrified by the development of modern, intensive factory farming. Today we campaign peacefully to end all factory farming practices. We believe that the biggest cause of cruelty on the planet deserves a focused, specialised approach – so we only work on farm animal welfare.
Our international headquarters are in Godalming (UK) and we also have European offices in Bologna (Italy), Paris, Warsaw, Nijmegen (the Netherlands) and Brussels as well as an office in China (Beijing) and a team in the US.
Purpose of the role
The purpose of this role is to build on our strong track record by delivering rapid growth in global income to achieve an end to factory farming. To do this, the post holder is set a target of achieving an ambitious, but we believe achievable, annual global income of £15 million by the end of 2022.
You will bring dynamic and outward-looking international leadership to our fundraising operation. You will be an ambitious and entrepreneurial international fundraiser, experienced in remarkable and dynamic net income growth, with a strong desire to change the world for animals, people and planet.
You will operate as a strategic partner to the CEO and the Board of trustees, and as a member of the Global Leadership Team (GLT). You will nurture key external relationships and represent Compassion in World Farming (Compassion) externally.
You will have strategic responsibility for all international revenue-generating programmes and activities, including engagement with new donor audiences and new markets, and for marketing aimed at building brand awareness internationally.
You will require creativity, innovation, entrepreneurship and transformational leadership. You will be able to demonstrate a track record in scaling up existing fundraising programmes, managing and stewarding High Net Worth Individuals and international foundations, particularly in the US, and ideally leading market entry for fundraising into new countries or regions. You will also be adept at building mutually rewarding relationships with ultra-high net worth funders, investors and grant making bodies.
You will be able to make the smartest fundraising investments to optimise long-term and sustainable income whilst also working closely with colleagues to ensure that the wider organisation is poised and ready for the demands and changes of such a programme.
Your passion for transforming Compassion’s impact will be matched by your expertise in relationship fundraising and the need for a truly donor-centric fundraising strategy – where our supporters are at the heart of everything we do.
You will both deliver direct activities and build teams to achieve these goals, and work in partnership across Compassion to support all colleagues engaged with donors and fundraising in field and HQ offices.
If you need to work remotely because of distance to the HQ in UK, we would expect you to be present in the HQ office for a minimum of five days per month. To achieve these goals, you will provide leadership and direction to the global Fundraising team.
Overall objectives of the post
The purpose of this role is to help end factory farming. This role will contribute by:
- Focusing on delivering dynamic and rapid growth in global income - to achieve an annual global income of £15 million by the end of 2022.
- Leading decisions on the global investment in fundraising innovation, new market entry and scaling up successful programmes to generate the biggest progress against our mission.
- Delivering national and international strategy recommendations to the CEO (and Board as required).
- Working closely with colleagues to ensure that the wider organisation is supporting and ready for the demands and changes of such a programme.
- Driving the corporate identity, branding and digital marketing of the organisation to maximise profile and income, thereby enabling the organisation to achieve agreed animal welfare goals.
- Overseeing the Director of Individual Giving, Major Gifts and Digital Department.
- Working particularly closely with the CEO, COO, Director of Individual Giving and the Finance Director.
Position in the organization
- Reports to the CEO.
- Responsible for global income, fundraising and marketing investment and innovation.
- Direct reports include Director of Individual Giving, Global Head of Digital, Global Head of Major Gifts and any international fundraising team members put in place by post holder.
- A member of the Global Leadership Team (GLT).
- Supervises, directly or indirectly, all members of the marketing, fundraising and digital department in the UK office.
- Develops strong and effective working relationships with Trustees, collaborating organisations and external suppliers.
- To achieve an annual global income of £15 million by the end of 2022;
- To deliver the Global Growth Strategy for Compassion that both leverages the opportunity in current markets and identifies new market opportunities. This may need updating when required to take advantage of changing circumstances;
- To unite Compassion’s international leaders and fundraisers in shared planning, setting of common goals and aspirations for achieving an ambitious income target;
- To develop the necessary systems, processes, tools and staff structures to best support the implementation and effective growth of Compassion’s international fundraising programme;
- To lead an international approach to fundraising delivery - setting international standards and methodology for investment allocation and monitoring, and setting goals, KPIs and benchmarks, ensuring that international fundraising activities and results are evaluated and leveraged for maximum value and impact;
- To develop an international approach to digital fundraising, spending investment and tracking results across all Compassion markets;
- To look at the possibility of establishing an Endowment Fund to fulfil specific goals within the organization;
- To research and develop prospect funders/investors for raising funds for investing in Compassion’s strategic income growth, and thereby growth in mission delivery, through social investors, ‘angel’ investors and the like;
- To secure additional exceptional funding to enable our ambition re. Systemic Change/Global Agreement objectives;
- To devise creative effective and integrated supporter/donor engagement, brand and marketing activities to reach new and potential supporter/donor audiences;
- To attract, develop, coach, and retain high-performance team members, empowering them to elevate their level of responsibility, span of control, and performance.
Dimensions and Limits of Authority
- International authority for fundraising and marketing
- Authority for fundraising budget internationally
- May authorise expenditure within budget
- May recommend disciplinary action and training requirements for staff within own department
- May select suppliers
- May authorise cheque payments up to the value of £20,000
- May recommend/suggest action to take on difficult cases.
Proven Ability, Qualifications & Training
- Minimum of 5 years working in a senior international fundraising position
- Proven ability to lead and co-ordinate a team internationally
- Proven track record in managing digital and online marketing and communications internationally
- Resourceful and keen to achieve ambitious fundraising targets
- Demonstrable success in increasing income in a ‘niche’ non-profit sector area – comparable with ‘factory farming’
- Significant experience and networking capability with HNWI and Trusts & Foundations at an international level
- Confident in leading and developing relationships with individual donors through to significant funder opportunities
- Resourceful and creative with budgets
- Able to travel internationally as and when required
- Educated to degree level or equivalent;
- Holds the UK Institute of Fundraising’s Certificate in Fundraising or equivalent from another national fundraising association.
Skills, Knowledge & Attributes
- You will want to change the world and have a strong affinity with animal welfare and related environmental matters.
- Has an entrepreneurial spirit
- Excellent communication skills in English – written, oral and presentation
- Ability to communicate effectively at all levels such as with manager, colleagues and other contacts and from corporate sponsors, HNWI, foundation leaders to members of the general public
- Manages relevant department budget appropriately
- Identifies the needs of others; uses effective approaches and styles to persuade them to agree to a proposal / Uses information effectively to present a persuasive case
- Clear strategic vision and ability to communicate it in a way that inspires and motivates people across the organisation to take action towards achieving Compassions’ goals
- Ensure the team adapts to the different needs of the organisation and its other stakeholders
- Makes timely decisions which impact the whole organisation
- Encourages and supports others to ensure their contributions are recognised and used. Delegates effectively, encouraging people to take responsibility
- Sensitive to social and cultural issues.
- Helps to build a culture where ideas are encouraged, issues are debated, and existing practices are challenged constructively
- Demonstrates commitment to a culture of openness, a sharing of ideas and of two-way feedback
- Leads by example in effective communication both internally and externally – walks the talk
- Consults, listens and leads groups to an outcome
- Develops effective plans for their area of responsibility in support of the organisation’s strategy and objectives. Ensures appropriate use of resources
- Demonstrates the ability to deal with detail as well as the ‘big picture’. Handles the detail of a wide range of organisational and financial information to inform decision making which affects the organisation
- Is accountable for making efficient and measurable use of resources and for open reporting to Trustees
- Ensures the vision is transformed into reality – translates the highly aspirational into the achievable
- Acts as a role model across the organisation for delivering against commitments and plans. Shows a sense of urgency in their work
- Encourage a culture of acting with integrity and in a principled manner
- Role models a professional working environment and a culture of striving for excellence
Permanent – Head of Public Sector Partnerships – London and SE
Full time – 35 hours per week.
Are you a proactive and energetic individual with excellent communication and relationship management skills?
Do you have experience of developing strategic partnerships and funding opportunities which will enable young people to release their potential and achieve success?
The Prince’s Trust is looking to recruit a Head of Public Sector for the South region.
The successful candidate will have strong partnership development skills and ability to relate to senior personnel across a range of organisations. Understanding funding environments, contributing to proposals and working closely with internal colleagues are key skills required of this role.
To learn more about the role, please download the job description.
About The Prince’s Trust
We are a youth charity whose mission is to help young people transform their lives by developing the confidence and skills, to live, learn and earn. This year we will support more than 70,000 young people through a range of proven programmes, with three in four achieving a positive outcome!
We have a bold ambition to extend the reach and impact of our work and help one million more young people transform their lives over the next ten years. Our job is to inspire them, support them and release their potential, so that they can thrive and society can prosper. We will focus on innovation, to ensure we adapt and remain relevant in a rapidly changing world. We owe it to ourselves and the young people we serve, to do the best work of our lives and to help give them an increasing stake in our economy and society. They are the key to a positive and prosperous future for all of us.
The Prince’s Trust is committed to safeguarding, protecting and promoting the welfare of the children and young people we work with. Successful applicants to roles at The Prince’s Trust will be subject to criminal vetting checks, and where necessary for the role, a check at an enhanced level will be required.
To apply for this vacancy please go to our website and complete the online application. To help you with the supporting statement section, you may want to download a copy of the Prince’s Trust Behavioural Framework.
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An excellent opportunity has arisen to join the Air Ambulance Kent Surrey Sussex (AAKSS) as an Events Officer. Reporting to the Head of Events you will be joining a newly created team which aims to enhance and develop our annual events calendar.
- Work alongside the Head of Events to assist in planning, co-ordinating and delivering the AAKSS events calendar from proposal through to execution
- To confidently liaise with key stakeholders both internally and externally to develop good working relationships and aim for the best return on investment for the charity.
- Work flexibly with colleagues across the Income Generation team to ensure that all tasks are undertaken to a high standard.
- Consistently engage and communicate with event participants to provide the best possible supporter experience, maximise income and retain future engagement.
- Effectively manage and input event participant’s data into the Charity’s CRM database, in a timely and accurate manner.
- Where necessary represent the Charity at all events which we participate in.
- Be able to work to event budgets and deadlines.
- To assist in the undertaking of a thorough evaluation post event including reporting on key performance indicators.
- Highly motivated and organised individual that is looking to develop their experience with the planning and delivery process of all events.
- Previous experience of event management.
- Champion of high quality customer service, delivering excellent support to our event participants before, during and after AAKSS events.
- Self-motivated and willing to work out of hours or at weekends when required
- Be able to work independently but also as part of a wider team.
- Strong general and events management administration
- Strong analysis skills to evaluate the performance of AAKSS events and how they can be developed to maximise income going forward.
- Good understanding of Microsoft Office package
- Strong communicator
HOW TO APPLY
If you would like to apply for the role AAKSS would like you to submit an up to date CV along with a supporting statement which outlines your suitability for the role. Further information on the role can be found within the job description and on the Charity's website.
The application closing date will be 29th September 2019.
Interviews will commence the week of 07th October 2019.
Job Title: Senior Partnerships Manager
Time Commitment: Thirteen month maternity cover (5 days a week with flexible working options)
Based at: MQ HQ, London, EC1Y
Reporting to: Head of High Value Partnerships
Salary: £35-40K (dependent on experience)
To make our vision a reality, at MQ we’re building an engaged support base of investors, corporates, Trusts and members of the public – all working with us to fund and champion world-class mental health research.
Corporate fundraising sits at the heart of our fundraising, engagement and research plans. It’s a key priority. We’re looking for an ambitious, experienced relationship builder to lead the implementation of our new corporate strategy, delivering and developing this key fundraising area.
Working within a small team, and with responsibility for our corporate fundraising activity, this fixed-term maternity cover role will be responsible for maximising the value of our existing partners (including WHSmith, Coutts Bank Staff Charity of the Year and The O2 Arena), securing new partners, cultivating our Board of senior business leaders and building strategic partnerships that could realise six-seven figure gifts.
For full details, please see attached pack. To apply for this role please send a CV and covering note (maximum one side)
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Prospectus is delighted to be supporting Magic Breakfast in their search for a Corporate Partnerships Manager. This is an exciting new opportunity to join a dynamic and passionate team working to ensure that no child in the UK starts the day too hungry to learn.This role is offered on a 2 year contract.
This is an exciting position to take an active role in Magic Breakfast's corporate fundraising team. You will be responsible for managing and stewarding a portfolio of existing accounts while helping to build and cultivate a pipeline of support for future financial years, ensuring the long-term sustainability of Magic Breakfast. The Corporate Partnership Manager will be able to work as part of the corporate fundraising team to develop and cultivate a pipeline of prospective supporters.
This is a great opportunity for a candidate who can provide excellent account and stakeholder engagement, ensuring that the partnership is effectively stewarded and objectives are met. The successful candidate will have experience of working in a corporate fundraising team and managing a portfolio of corporate partnerships.The organization is looking for proactive candidates with exceptional planning and organisational skills plus excellent at prioritising and managing a reactive workload. Balancing multiple requirements and adapting to unexpected situations is also a must.
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’re excited to announce that in April 2019, Breast Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Now united to create one charity for everyone affected by breast cancer. From research to care, our new charity has people affected by the disease at its heart – providing support for today and hope for the future. United, we can carry out even more world-class research, provide even more life-changing support and campaign even more effectively for better services and care.
By bringing together our passion, energy, expertise, funds and networks, we will make greater progress in more effective ways to make sure that, by 2050, everyone who develops breast cancer will live and receive the support they need to live well.
This role sits within the Account Management team which raises £1.3m a year through a variety of long-term multi-faceted partnerships across a variety of sectors. The successful candidate will be responsible for a portfolio of partnerships from a variety of sectors, with a focus on delivering partnership plans, maximising current activity and exploring new income streams. This role will be a day-to-day contact for the partnerships in their portfolio and will play an essential supporting role on the larger, strategic partnerships managed by the team’s Account Managers. We would expect this role to liaise across the Corporate Partnerships team and wider organization as a support on cross-departmental projects.
You will be someone with experience of providing first-class relationship management, either from the charity or business sector. You will have experience of working on employee engagement partnerships or strategies and will have the ability to work with a variety of stakeholders.
Your skills in communicating with a wide range of audiences through a variety of mediums ensures that all communications feel personal and relevant. You will also have good project management skills and the ability to manage changing priorities at the same time as protecting and growing income.
This is a fast-paced role so we are looking for someone who can hit the ground running and quickly get to grips with the intricacies of long-standing and varied relationships, whilst also being a positive and productive member of the wider Corporate Partnerships team.
Closing date: 9am, Wednesday 25th September
Interview date: Monday 30th September
COMMUNITY & EVENTS FUNDRAISER, FUNDRAISING, VAL ROBERTS HOUSE, NOTTINGHAM, PERMANENT, FRWK08 £20,531 - £22,212, 37 HPW
Would you like to be part of a busy and vibrant fundraising team in a growing organisation in the charity sector? We have an excellent opportunity for an enthusiastic, customer-focused Community & Events Fundraiser.
Based at our head office in Nottingham, the main focus of this position is to support and increase community fundraising and events activity on behalf of Framework across Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire, Derbyshire and South Yorkshire. You’ll maintain existing relationships with our supporters and build new ones with individuals, companies and community groups in order to grow fundraising activity across the counties covered by our services.
You’ll take the lead on delivering Framework’s flagship fundraising event ‘The Big Sleep Out’ and our associated ‘Sleep Out’ events. You’ll be the first point of contact providing advice and help to our supporters in the community (individuals, businesses, community organisations and faith groups) as well as our own staff members, who wish to raise funds for us. You’ll manage our public speaking function ‘Speak Out’, through which groups and organisations can book our speakers for their own meetings and events.
This is a busy and varied role, which requires a ‘people person’ with great communication skills and a can-do attitude. You should be someone who enjoys dealing with customers and working with colleagues on a range of projects, whilst effectively prioritising and managing your own tasks. Direct experience of working in a fundraising or customer service environment would be a bonus and you should be confident and polite on the phone and competent in Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Excel. You’ll need to prioritise a busy and changing workload, so the ability to manage expectations and deliver projects on time is essential.
This is a new position at an exciting time of growth within Framework and you’ll be key in strengthening our fundraising links both across our organisation and in the local community. The position would suit someone looking to kick start a career in Community fundraising or an existing fundraiser who is looking for a fantastic new challenge in an organisation that will make you feel proud.
For more information please contact: Andy Shields
What we offer: Life Assurance, Pension (up to 4% matched by FHA), Enhanced Maternity, Paternity and Adoption Benefits, Additional Annual Leave Purchase Scheme, Employee Assistance Programme, Learning programmes tailored to suit different roles and services, Health Cash Plan.
Framework supports all employees to achieve a better work/life balance. Should you wish us to consider flexible working or job share as part of your application please state this on your application in the supporting statement section.
97% of the workforce in a recent staff survey said they were proud to work for Framework.
Framework is an Equal Opportunities Employer. Registered charity No: 1060941.
As a Disability Confident employer we warmly encourage job applications from people with disabilities. Framework is committed to offering opportunities to people from diverse communities. If you have specific requirements or adjustments please let us know if there is anything we can do to support your application.
CVs will not be accepted
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The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
This role is a fantastic opportunity to join two incredible hospices and a successful fundraising team working for Cornwall. Cornwall Hospice Care is a leading Cornish charity providing special care for adults who are living with terminal illness. Our Community Fundraisers collectively raise cica £400k per annum including responsibility for their own events. There is significant opportunity to develop your area for fundraising and secure long-lasting relationships with donors, supporters and businesses.
Cornwall Hospice Care will provide a supportive and collaborative working environment, offering excellent employee benefits and the opportunity for learning and development within your role.
Based at our Fundraising Office in Hayle, or our Income Generation Offices in St Austell, the successful candidate should expect to spend time travelling throughout Cornwall every week.
You are an effective communicator, able to work collaboratively and independently, possessing the emotive and persuasive skills to convert supporters to Cornwall Hospice Care through face to face meetings, via the telephone or via presentations.
You are a successful fundraiser, able to meet strategic and net income targets.
You are happy working outside of normal office hours.
You are solution focused and results driven, used to a target-based environment. You'll have an analytical approach to assessing fundraising success and able to pitch appropriately the audience you are speaking with.
Please note that the appointment will be subject to DBS clearance.
Closing date: Open until the vacancy has been filled.
Please note, applications will be reviewed upon receipt and candidates invited to interview thereafter. Interested candidates are advised not to delay their application.
If you are interested in applying please click the 'Apply button' sending your CV along with a covering letter explaining why your suitable for the role.
Please see attached job description and person specification.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We are looking for a Community Fundraiser to join the fundraising team, reporting to our Head of Fundraising.
The post holder will play an essential public-facing role in supporting plans to grow the charity by raising funds primarily through community fundraising and events. They will deliver high quality care to new and existing charity supporters and volunteers to maximise fundraising income.
Acting as an initial point of contact for community fundraising supporters you will develop and maintain effective relationships with key local community groups, educational establishments and associations to maximise on-going support and income potential.
You will provide outstanding levels of support, stewardship, advice and motivation for events and community fundraising activities.
Whilst experience of fundraising in the voluntary sector is highly desirable, other relevant fundraising experience will be considered. It’s up to you to persuade us that you have the necessary skills. What is important is that you bring an understanding of building relationships with our fundraisers, and how to help them achieve the best possible result they can – not only for their sense of personal achievement, but also for people affected by PSP & CBD.
Access to a vehicle for work purposes and the willingness to travel where the fundraisers are active is essential. Occasional weekend work will be required, but that comes with the territory.
See full job description for more details. Please apply with your current CV and a covering letter to show us how your knowledge and skills match this role.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Unicef ensures more of the world’s children are vaccinated, educated and protected than any other organisation. We have done more to influence laws and policies to help protect children than anyone else. We get things done. And we’re not going to stop until the world is a safe place for all our children.
The Corporate Partnerships team at Unicef UK manages partnerships with major UK companies, including easyJet, arm, Manchester United, and Unilever. We firmly believe that companies can play a crucial role in creating a better world for children. Our vision is to be the partner of choice for the UK’s leading companies, securing and developing strategic, long-term relationships that align with business objectives to deliver for the partner and for children.
As Corporate Partnerships Team Administrator, you will provide proactive administrative support across the entire team, helping us to deliver on our ambitious income targets. This will involve developing and maintaining systems and processes that enable effective and efficient ways of working. Other components of the role include support for fundraising activities and database management.
Our ideal candidate will be highly efficient with a flexible approach and proven administration experience. You enjoy providing support to colleagues, possess strong organisational skills and you have the ability to prioritise your workload with minimal supervision.