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Doorstep Library
SW1W, London 3.37 miles
£32,000 per year
Managing the delivery of an ongoing trusts & foundations and community giving strategy for a fast-growing children's literacy charity.

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Alex TLC
SE15, London 1.73 miles
£30,000 - £35,000 per year
Awesome opportunity to support the growth of an award winning and innovative grass roots rare disease charity
World Community for Christian Meditation
EC1R, London 2.79 miles
£38,400 per annum pro rata (£30,720)
WCCM, active & in-demand charity promoting meditation, seeks experienced fundraising and grants manager with solid fundraising experience.
Nightingale Hammerson
SW12, London 5.18 miles
£36,000 - £42,000 per year
This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced fundraiser to join an ambitious organisation, with a close-knit, family feel.
Teach First
London 2.58 miles
We're looking for a new Director of Fundraising who can lead a high performing Fundraising Department, build a fair education for all.
Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust
London 1.03 miles
£24,000 - £27,000 per year
Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust is the UK's leading charity dedicated to those affected by cervical cancer and cell changes (abnormalities).
Crohn's & Colitis UK
Hertfordshire 19.47 miles
£32,700 - £40,860 per year
The Community & Events Fundraising Manager will lead on Crohn’s & Colitis UK’s community fundraising and events income streams.
London 2.73 miles
£46,000 - £50,000 per year
We are looking for a talented, experienced, motivated fundraiser to join us in building Amal at this exciting time in its young life.
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City of London, Greater London 1.34 miles
£55,000 - £70,000 per annum
Permanent, Full-time
This recruiter is scheduling interviews as the applications come in. So apply now!
Job description

Street Child, a rapidly growing international children’s charity, are searching for an exceptional professional to lead our corporate fundraising. Reporting to the CEO, you will lead a space which is already incredibly important to the charity but where we are fortunate to possess particular, exciting potential for substantial growth. Our award-winning, multi-layered, 7-figure relationship with Liberty Global plc sits at the heart of this unique opportunity.

We are searching for a hands-on fundraising leader with the imagination, energy, personality, ambition and passion to help us make the most of these great possibilities!

There are three main dimensions to this role:

  1. Playing a major 'hands-on' fundraising role in maximising our largest opportunities, both with Liberty Global and beyond;
  2. Leading, supporting and managing the development of a growing team of excellent corporate fundraisers. Defining, and executing, Street Child's corporate fundraising strategy;
  3. Playing an active and real leadership role across the whole of group fundraising, as a key member of the charity's 5-strong international Fundraising Leadership Team (FLT), reporting to the CEO. FLT colleagues include leaders responsible for trusts/foundations, public fundraising, marketing/communications & European fundraising. Constant team-working, a rejection of siloes, a recognition of massive overlaps and synergies between different aspects of fundraising and a 'shared ownership' of the charity's biggest opportunities and challenges are fundamental to our approach at Street Child - excellent relationships among FLT are key!

As leader of Street Child's global corporate fundraising, you will be charged with delivering great results in these areas:

  1. The direct opportunity with Liberty Global and its subsidiaries;
  2. The wider opportunity with Liberty Global's corporate network (banks, consultancies, law-firms, tech, media etc) who LG have a strong track-record of encouraging to support Street Child*, hitherto in particular through the flag-ship annual gala and 2-day bike ride events;
  3. High-level ownership of the corporate gala and Big Ride events - and a mandate to imagine, co-create and bring to life further events that will advance Street Child's corporate proposition;
  4. Development of Street Child's wider UK corporate opportunity - building on our existing corporate track-record, and the narrative of a 'fast-growing, demonstrably impactful charity, focussed on an area of massive, undeniable need' to win and build the broadest possible range of great new corporate partnerships for Street Child;
  5. Supporting EU colleagues in the development of European corporate fundraising opportunities;
  6. Exploring, and actively pursuing, great corporate opportunities for Street Child beyond UK and EU - e.g. USA, Middle East
  7. Opportunities for partnerships with corporates based, or with interests, in Street Child's African and Asian programme countries.  
  8. Managing a range of major donor relationships, especially those corporate dimensions - in partnership with FLT colleagues.

The skills, experience and attitude we are after:

  1. Almost certainly you have an impressive track-record in corporate fundraising; but just possibly you are an exceptional candidate who has achieved great things in another dimension of fundraising; or are coming from a superb corporate background;
  2. We need someone who is excited to both roll their sleeves up; and work strategically. Our house leadership-style is 'leading by doing';
  3. You demonstrably have what it takes to lead a high-performing, happy, passionate team - either because you can demonstrate prior success in this area; or you can show that you have what it takes to lead;
  4. You work brilliantly with colleagues. You aren't territorial. You are motivated by the bigger-picture. You spot and can exploit synergies. Street Child is a 'no siloes' domain!
  5. You excel in a dynamic, ambitious, agile environment;
  6. You've got the drive, personality, imagination, relationship-development skills and professionalism to achieve massive goals for children;
  7. You are excited about being part of building something;
  8. You are absolutely passionate about Street Child's mission of working for the futures of children in the world's toughest contexts.

This position is imagined as a full-time role, predominantly based out of our new Central London office - but we are open to variations, especially for compelling candidates. Starting salary will reflect experience. Success will absolutely be recognised with salary progression, regardless of starting salary point. 

Street Child began its life in 2008 with a single-project for 100 street-connected children in Sierra Leone. We have grown every day since. In 2021 we want to make a difference for 500,000 children in up to 20 countries - and impact a million children by 2024. Success in this role is critical to our ability to achieve these goals.

This is a massive role for the charity. It should equally be a massive career move for you. For the right person, we believe this is a simply wonderful and unique career opportunity. To express your interest, please click 'Apply' for details on where to send your CV and a brief covering letter - ideally ASAP. We will progress attractive applications upon receipt. Thank you for taking the time to consider this opportunity! 

Pre-employment checks will be required as part of our recruitment process in line with our Safeguarding Policy. Street Child welcomes applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.

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Street Child believes that every child deserves the chance to go to school and learn. Our projects focus on a combination of e... Read more

Refreshed on: 26 July 2021
Closing date: 18 August 2021
Tags: Fundraising,Senior Management

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