Saferworld is an inspiring independent organisation that works internationally to prevent and reduce the impact of violent conflict, and support people in building safer lives
We are seeking an experienced and innovative Head of Funding to join our team and oversee current funding operations while Saferworld reviews its organisational fundraising approach and priorities to reflect a changing international development context. We welcome a candidate with an entrepreneurial spirit, who shares our values, and is willing to be hands-on and ready to work collaboratively with and across programme teams. Following this period of reassessment we will recruit for a full-time position, permanent contract.
The post holder will inspire creative joined-up thinking, which will require an experienced and innovative individual with an entrepreneurial spirit, who shares our values and is willing to be hands-on and ready to work collaboratively with and across programme teams. The person we are looking for will have experience of transforming income performance and developing and delivering on fundraising strategies coupled with a record in confidently developing networks, building alliances and nurturing ideas and relationships with individuals, new collaborators and funders – including avenues for income generation.
The Head will maintain regular engagement with the senior management team to ensure organisational fundraising, income generation and grant management priorities are being monitored and addressed and will be an active member of Saferworld’s organisational management team and help shape ideas and thinking as the organisation embarks on the next phase of its future development and growth, including contributions to emerging shifts in our fundraising strategy.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Help Refugees is seeking a Fundraising and Marketing Manager to join our London team.
This is a unique opportunity to gain experience working for one of the fastest growing charities in the UK. You’ll work alongside a small but dynamic, hard-working team, and have the chance to make a real, tangible impact in the lives of thousands of refugees and displaced people all over the world.
You choose love.
You are motivated by a love of humanity that knows no borders.
You are a doer
You spot opportunities for impact and make things happen. You are comfortable working on scrappy passion projects and longer-term strategic campaigns. A good day is when you’ve done something to change the world.
You are a creative communicator.
You know the world is changed by stories and you want to be at the heart of telling them. You can communicate complex ideas with clarity, powerful stories with passion and understand how to move people.
You are curious.
You know good ideas can come from anywhere and are constantly looking at the world around you for inspiration.
You are a team player.
You work best when part of a small, collaborative team. You are happy to muck in when needed and the words ‘not my job’ have never crossed your lips.
You are entrepreneurial.
You think beyond the limits of your current role. You take risks, celebrate failure and never stop generating ideas.
ABOUT HELP REFUGEES
We are pioneering a new movement in charity that provides emergency aid and long term solutions where they are most needed.
Our model is simple. We go where the need is greatest, find the local organisations doing the most effective work, and give them what they need to help people – whether that’s funding, material aid or volunteers.
We work to fill the gaps in services available to refugees, across Europe and the Middle East. We aim to respond to emergencies with aid and support, and to secure permanent change through long-term solutions, campaigning and advocacy. Our work is motivated by four key values – dignity, hope, respect and humanity – which we promote through all of our work.
With this model, we’ve managed to support almost 1 million people across over 100 projects in 13 countries. In the last four years, we’ve had more than 30,000 volunteers from over 90 countries.
Our ‘Choose Love’ brand has been worn by Oprah, Julia Roberts and Jude Law, and thousands more across the world. Our ‘buy nothing, pop-up’ stores in London and New York have raised £2.75 million and gained headlines in New York Times, The Guardian and been featured on CNN. Our founders have addressed audiences including Barack Obama, Sheryl Sandberg and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
ABOUT THE ROLE
The Fundraising and Marketing Manager is a new role focused on deepening the commitment of existing supporters and bringing new members into the movement. This role is for someone who loves technology and data and everything that falls between and wants to use that passion to support some of the world’s most vulnerable people.
What you’ll be responsible for
- Inspiring Help Refugee’s growing community of supporters to give by creating compelling campaigns and content across email, social media channels and offline events
- Tracking and analysing data donor to inform your work and the efforts of the organisation
- Overseeing pro-bono campaigns. We’re lucky enough to get support from Google and Facebook. We want you to use it most effectively
- Supporting the Leadership team on fundraising from high-level individual givers and foundations
- Make sure we’re updating our best-practices to reflect national and global trends in digital fundraising
- Management of Help Refugee’s website and digital payment gateways
- Occasional management of contractors and project teams
- Track record of success in digital fundraising or marketing with at least three years experience
- Demonstrable experience of understanding donor behaviour and inspiring people to give
- Confident and sophisticated communicator with strong writing skills
- Experience managing or working with a large community of online givers (50,000)
The Big Pluses
Ideal candidates will bring at least one of these to our work.
- Experience with online fundraising in the model of new movement organisations (Avaaz, Sum of Us, 38 Degrees)
- Experience working in the field of humanitarian aid, refugee or migration
- Experience using SQL and data and experimentation tools (e.g. Optimizely), ideally in a fundraising environment
- Experience with mobile technology, online giving platforms and website design
- Track record of using social media platforms to fundraise
- Demonstrable experience in using data and analytics to segment audiences and target content that has resulted in more support
The role will be managed by the CEO.
The role is currently based out of the Help Refugees office in London Fields, hopefully moving to Soho in London. Remote working will not be considered.
The role may involve some travel.
The role will be offered as permanent role with a six-month probation period. We anticipate the starting date to be no later than end of October 2019.
Salary is inline with other non-governmental organisations.
Application deadline: 9am, Monday 23rd September.
This international organisation that works with its member organisations to represent over 10million girls and young women worldwide, is recruiting for a Head of Strategic Partnerships. With a particular focus on corporates the postholder will be responsible for leading the strategic partnerships team to generate new income which will ultimately create life changing opportunities for girls and young women around the world.
With a strong new business focus this role is an excellent opportunity for someone with previous experience of building and developing strategic partnerships between charities and the corporate sector that are collaborative and innovative, and that secure significant income both regionally and globally.
Key responsibilities within the role will include:
- Lead, manage, and develop a competent and highly motivated team that is focused on strategic goals and works collaboratively
- Lead on the development and implementation of a strategy to identify, cultivate and engage new partnerships that match the organisations visions and aims
- Lead on the implementation of development plans for the organisations most significant partnerships, building close relationships with supporters to encourage further support
- Ensure that propositions meet partner requirements, developing communication plans and strategies that are delivered in a timely fashion and are supporter focused
- Work with partners and colleagues to develop funding propositions that deliver strategic priorities and meet partner expectations, while ensuring these are accurate and deliverable
- To develop accurate income forecasts and budgets based on sound market and partner knowledge, and to ensure accurate reporting to key stakeholders
- Supports the CEO to promote aspiration and set the pace for the organisation, encouraging innovation and transformation
- Embrace the organisations volunteer ethos and work with international volunteers to maximise their contribution
The charity would love to see applications from individuals who have a proven successful track record in negotiating and securing significant corporate partnerships. You will have experience of working with multiple stakeholders, senior fundraising volunteers, and volunteer led committees at a strategic level. In addition, you will have experience of developing relationships, influencing stakeholders, and of motivating high performing teams.
If you're on the lookout for your next step and are keen to use your significant fundraising experience to lead on the implementation and development of some truly strategic partnerships which make a real difference to the lives of over 10million girls and young women each year, then this role could be for you.
If you'd like to be considered for this role please send your CV to [email protected] or call on 020 7939 7448 to have an initial chat about the position.
Charity People actively promotes equality, diversity and inclusion. We match charity needs with skills and experience of candidates, irrespective of age, disability (including hidden disabilities), race, religion or belief, gender, gender identity or gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, or sexual orientation. We do this because we know greater diversity will lead to even greater results for the charities we work with.
Apps for Good is an award-winning charity that is powering young people to change their world with technology. Since our launch in 2010, we’ve reached over 170,000 students in more than 1,500 schools globally, helping young people learn to turn bright ideas into real technology products.
Apps for Good is supported by over a thousand technology and business professionals who serve as expert volunteers for our students, as well as world-class tech industry partners and foundations/trusts including LEGO, Spotify, BNY Mellon, Vodafone and Capgemini.
With offices based in Old Street, Central London, we are a charity with a start-up mindset. We are a highly ambitious and energetic team yet we remain close-knit and friendly, all passionately sharing our belief in Apps for Good’s mission and values.
If you believe in the power of technology and education, then you will be the perfect fit.
Please note we are only looking to fill one role within the Business Development team, but we have some flexibility on level of experience, as well as working hours, to ensure we find the right fit. Therefore, we are advertising for both Fundraising & Partnerships Manager and Senior Fundraising & Partnerships Manager roles. We will consider both full and part-time options for the Fundraising & Partnerships Manager role, but are only able to consider a flexible, part-time arrangement for the Senior Manager role at maximum 4 days / week. We invite you to apply for either role and will assess at application and interview stage which option we feel you are most applicable for, based on experience, as well as your preferred working hours.
We’re looking for a new (Senior) Fundraising & Partnerships Manager to join our team to support, nurture and grow our fantastic network of funders and partners. You will be joining the Business Development team of 2 full time and 1 part time staff members. Your role will be varied covering all areas of fundraising, partnership management, proposal writing and reporting, product development and strategy. You will report directly into the Director of Business Development, Engagement & Communications.
We’re looking for someone who is passionate about social impact and building long-term mutually valuable partnerships. The Business Development team interacts on a daily basis with all areas of Apps for Good on a number of projects as well as often out of the office meeting new prospects and existing partners. We work with a range of organisations from small start-ups to large global companies and foundations and enjoy growing productive and positive relationships with them, evolving new products to align with sector changes and writing proposals and reports to best demonstrate our growth and impact on the ground.
- Account management and building quality relationships with our existing partners, such as LEGO, Spotify, BNY Mellon and others.
- Meet with existing partners and prospects on a regular basis to provide verbal updates on progress and/or pitch for new funding opportunities.
- Write funding proposals for foundations / trusts and corporate prospects, leading negotiations from initial meeting through to contract.
- Write regular updates and detailed reports for existing funding partners.
- Research into developments and changes in the broader education, tech, CSR and sustainability sectors. Maintain a weekly pipeline of active prospects and explore new funding routes or income sources.
- Work with the wider Apps for Good team on the successful implementation of funded projects and products such as the Apps for Good Awards & industry engagement partnerships.
- Support and lead, as appropriate, on developing the ongoing Business Development strategy and new product development.
- Minimum of 3 years’ (Fundraising & Partnership Manager) or 5 years’ (Senior Fundraising & Partnerships Manager) demonstrable experience working in Fundraising / Partnership Management / Business Development or a related area (ideally within the Charity sector).
- Experience of achieving funding targets, writing proposals/reports, delivering on projects and effective relationship building / account management.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills.
- Confident at networking and engaging with stakeholders at all levels.
- Able to deliver high quality pitches to external organisations and senior executives.
- Great interpersonal and teamwork skills, with the ability to work across the team and deliver on shared projects.
- Positive, communicative and proactive approach to work and problem-solving.
- Effective time management skills.
- Great self-starter who can oversee projects from start to finish.
- Enthusiasm for Apps for Good and our mission.
- Experience of presenting/speaking in front of large groups of people.
- Experience of working directly with senior stakeholders.
- Experience of negotiating and closing high value deals (£100,000+)
Gross Salary: £26,000 - £30,000 FTE for the Manager position (depending on experience). £37,000 FTE for the Senior Manager position (maximum 4 days / week; £30,000 pro rata)
Job Type: Permanent; we are considering both part-time and full-time positions for this role.
This is a permanent role based in our office in Old Street, London. We offer flexible working (including ‘Work-from-Home Fridays’), health care insurance and generous holiday allowance, plus you get your birthday off.
Please submit your CV and a covering letter.
Closing Date for Applications: Wednesday 2 October 2019
Face-to-face Interview Dates: First Interview: Wednesday 9 October 2019 / Second Interview: Tuesday 15 and Wednesday 16 October 2019
Start Date: ASAP
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
An exciting opportunity, with a leading medical charity, to nurture the current trust portfolio and develop new, bespoke funding projects.
This medical charity offers support and practical information, campaigns and funds research.
The Senior Trust Fundraiser will complete a team of four which sits within the wider fundraising and communication department, made up of Trusts and Lottery, Partnerships (major donor, events and corporate), Supporter Experience, Public Fundraising and MarComms. The overall income target is c.£14m.
The Trust team’s target currently stands at c.£1m, whereby approximately half of this comes from Big Lottery Funding. The successful candidate will be expected to steward an already strong portfolio of bodies that give upwards of £5k, in ‘business as usual’ work. As well as this, the post holder will need to work with the Head of Trusts and other key internal stakeholders to create new funding projects that are attractive to the healthy pipeline of prospective donors whose current giving needs do not marry with the charity’s ‘business as usual’ work.
A Senior Trust Fundraiser is needed to help build and steer a long term, sustainable Trust programme by:
- continuing the stewardship of a portfolio of warm funders who give upwards of £5k including the Big Lottery and key bio medical bodies
- growing their pipeline of mid- and high-level giving as well as securing multi-year/high value giving
- kick starting and owning a fledgling programme of bespoke fundraising projects by working closely and strategically with senior internal stakeholders to allow the charity to extend their focus to a wider audience.
The position would best suit:
- an experienced senior fundraiser looking for a four day a week role OR a developing fundraising manager looking to broaden and develop their professional experience
- a creative fundraiser, well versed in securing five figure gifts, with a track record of raising significant funds from trusts and statutory bodies including the Big Lottery
- an externally focused relationship builder, motivated by generating new income by engaging new funders and developing excellent proposals
- someone who can expertly steward, manage and develop funding relationships
- a proactive and confident team player, able to shift focus from complex relationships and asks, to supporting the wider fundraising team, undertaking administrative tasks, financial reporting and upholding fundraising best practice.
Deadline for applications is Wednesday 25 September, with interviews the following week.
To apply for this role, please click Apply with Charityjob to submit your CV to Sarah Bowie at QuarterFive Fundraising Recruitment. If your experience is a good fit, we will send you a job description and arrange a briefing call or meeting that will provide you with all the information required to formally apply. QuarterFive aims to proactively support your job search, so we may also consider your details for other job vacancies to enable us to find a position that is most suitable for you.
Department: Fundraising and Marketing
Location: Hilversum, The Netherlands (25 minutes from Amsterdam and Utrecht)
Status: Full time - one-year term with extension
Salary: €60,000 – €65,000 dependent on experience
About Make-A-Wish® International
Make-A-Wish® creates life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses. We seek to bring every eligible child's wish to life because a wish is an integral part of a child's treatment journey. Research shows children who have wishes granted can build the physical and emotional strength they need to fight their illness. Make-A-Wish is the world’s leading children’s wish-granting organization, serving children in more than 50 countries worldwide. Together, generous donors, supporters, staff and more than 45,000 volunteers grant a wish every 17 minutes, on average, somewhere in the world. Since 1980, Make-A-Wish has granted nearly 480,000 wishes to children; more than 30,000 in 2018 alone.
As Head of Digital Fundraising and Marketing you will be responsible for all Digital Fundraising activities working closely with the wider Make-A-Wish International team, the Digital leads at Make-A-Wish America, and within our wider global Affiliate network. You will also be responsible to lead the work related to our broader brand, audience and messaging work in collaboration with champion affiliates within the network and the Brand Advancement team at Make-A-Wish America.
If you decide to take on the challenge, your focus will include:
- Take the lead responsibility on the strategic development of insights on the Make- A-Wish brand outside of the US, to support audience, channel and message selection on a local level.
- Supervise the adaptation or creation of creative assets to support brand representation at local level.
- Take the lead responsibility on the strategic operation and execution of the digital acquisition strategy for Make-A-Wish International.
- Define, objectives and KPI measures and plans on how to achieve them monthly, quarterly and yearly.
- Provide accurate and insightful digital income analysis including Salesforce, reports and dashboard creation, web analytics and/or other platforms that we might use in the future.
- Take a key role in the budgeting and reforecasting process for the digital fundraising programme. Make investment cases for new activity and growth to support decision making across the programme and fundraising. Proactively manage budgets, monitor and report on digital fundraising campaigns to ensure digital fundraising delivers on target.
- Day-to-day management and optimization of digital platforms and channels that drive income and lead generation, with special focus on brand and peer-to-peer website, social channels, email.
- Development and execution of new campaigns and propositions that maximize our income potential.
- Develop, implement and manage:
- a day to day and yearly content calendar to maximize brand awareness and engagement across our social media channels.
- yearly email calendar to maximize monetization of our database and increase loyalty and LTV of our supporters.
- Analysis audiences and donor insights and share with Head of Fundraising to feed into strategy work and Donor Journey products.
- Lead on the Digital Fundraising Affiliate Working Group with Make-A-Wish Foundation America and affiliates to streamline messaging and join up on global campaigns. For example,) 40th anniversary 2020 and World Wish Day.
- Manage relationships with digital marketing suppliers.
- Support in the management and development of platforms and products oriented to acquire and monetize corporate business relationships.
- While you yourself report into the Vice President of Fundraising, your Line Management duties will include:
- 1x Donor Care Manager
- 1x Streaming and Brand
- Digital Fundraising Affiliate Working Group
- Own Digital Fundraising section of the Global Fundraising Strategy
On 1 July 2019, the operational office of Make-A-Wish International moved to the Mediapark in Hilversum approximately 25 minutes from central Amsterdam and Utrecht.
As an umbrella organizational unit, we're responsible for supporting all Make-A-Wish organizations outside the U.S.
From our office in the Netherlands, you work with up to 15 colleagues, as well as international colleagues based in other countries. Our working language is English, and meetings often take place digitally.
If you want to work at Make-A-Wish International, it's essential that you are socially committed. It's not hard to motivate yourself in this job, once you think about the thousands of children our organization helps. You're also a self-starter with good communication skills and a high level of accuracy in execution.
Your background includes:
- Substantial digital fundraising or digital marketing experience, including planning, evaluating and delivering successful campaigns that drive response.
- Line management experience.
- Proven track record of generating income.
- Proven ability to think and act strategically, planning and evaluating activities.
- Ability to translate concepts into effective action plans.
- Experience of delivering multi-media campaigns.
- Proficiency in Salesforce as CRM, other data management tools a plus.
- Proficiency in web management and analytics, including CMSs like Drupal or WordPress, analytics like GA, hotjar, Optimisely.
- Proficient level (spoken and written) English.
What We Offer
At Make-A-Wish, you work from the heart to make a fantastic initiative possible: giving children facing a critical condition a unique experience that will transform their lives forever. A 38-hour working week is preferable. As soon as you join us as our new Digital Fundraising Manager, you can expect (on a full-time basis):
- a competitive salary of between €60,000 - €65,000 depending on your knowledge and experience;
- Startup mentality with flexible working;
- For candidates relocating advantageous government tax breaks
- a pension plan with Zwitserleven;
- at least 25 days of paid leave annually;
- a contribution towards your health insurance policy.
- Flight for candidate to Netherlands;
- Small contribution to the relocation of personal values;
- Support in accessing the tax exemption with the Dutch government.
Job Title: Head of Strategic Partnerships
Location: London, NW3
Hours / Tenure: 35 hours per week
Salary: Up to £50,000 per annum
Closing Date: 18th September 2019 (12:00 BST)
Contract Type: Permanent
Girl Guiding and Girl Scouting is the world’s only movement for every girl and any girl because we believe that each of them deserves to be the best they can be. Free to make what they want from the Movement, girls learn by doing, make friends and have fun. In safe, local spaces, girls develop the skills and attitudes to change themselves, their communities and our world.
The World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS) keeps the global Movement thriving, united and growing. We support our Member Organisations in 150 countries and give some of their almost 10 million individual Girl Guides and Girl Scouts the opportunity to develop their leadership skills, speak out on issues that are important to them and make changes in their communities and countries.
About the Role:
Working with both new and existing donors, this exciting opportunity will lead a newly formed team to generate new income that can help our members to achieve these ambitions and enable life-changing opportunities for girls and young women around the world.
This unique role leads a mixed discipline team, which includes fundraisers and programme/membership specialists, who will build excellent working relationships with MOs across our network. Together our Member Organisations represent 10 million girls and young women around the world.
As well as financial targets, this will role will work towards achieving non-financial measures, such as the alignment of funding opportunities to strategic needs and increased access for a wider range of MOs.
As a successful candidate, you will have significant experience in devising and implementing strategies to generate income from strategic and corporate partnerships.
You will be adept at building and maintaining long-term relationships with influential key stakeholders.
You will have to be goals-orientated with a good track record of budget management and delivering agreed fundraising targets.
The ideal candidate will have a ‘can-do’ attitude, excellent interpersonal skills, be highly organised and team-oriented with the ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously.
Fluency in written and spoken English is essential, with knowledge of other languages desirable but not essential.
What You Can Expect from Us
- 26 days’ annual leave plus public holidays
- Flexible working
- 5% Generous Matched Pension Contribution
- Life Assurance
- Season Ticket Loan
- Cycle to Work Scheme
- Employee Assisted Programme (EAP)
How to Apply:
If you are interested in this position, please select the apply button shown to download the recruitment pack and submit your cover letter & CV.
We reserve the right to change the closing date depending on the number of responses received. Please submit your application as soon as possible to ensure it is considered in the selection process.
If you have a disability and can demonstrate that closing this post early would impact on your ability to submit an application in time, please contact our Human Resources team to request arrangements for an application to be submitted within the original time frame.
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Additional Keywords: Head of Strategic Partnerships, Head of Corporate Partnerships, Head of Fundraising, Head of Corporate Fundraising, Senior Fundraising Manager, Senior Corporate Fundraising Manager, Fundraising, Charity.
An exciting opportunity, with a leading homelessness charity, to develop an individual giving programme.
This role will develop your career to the next stage and put your own mark on to an individual giving programme.
You must be a driven and ambitious individual who can ensure targets are achieved and surpassed!
- Strategically lead and develop the IG programme
- Focus on growing the supporter base from new and established audiences
- Help develop, test and launch new products
- Manage external agency and supplier relationships
- Plan, track and report on financial and non-financial campaign targets and results
- Work closely with all departments, particularly communications, data and finance
- Line manage and develop an Individual Giving Officer
- An experienced IG professional who is looking for a great way to grow into a senior management role
- A self-starting, solutions focused, curious, ambitious and driven fundraiser who wants to work with like-minded people
- An effective communicator and organised project manager, who can manage and prioritise concurrent complex activities
- A resourceful, customer focused individual who can spot opportunities, overcome challenges and take pride in individual and team achievements
Flexible working around core hours and working from home available.
Closing date of 12pm Friday 20 September, with interviews week commencing Monday 23 September.
To apply for this role, please click Apply with Charityjob to submit your CV to Janice Hardy at QuarterFive Fundraising Recruitment. If your experience is a good fit, we will send you a job description and arrange a briefing call or meeting that will provide you with all the information required to formally apply. QuarterFive aims to proactively support your job search, so we may also consider your details for other job vacancies to enable us to find a position that is most suitable for you.
Salary: up to £40,780 per annum
Hours: 37 per week
Based: Flexible with travel across UK including the Liverpool Head Office
Benefits: Contributory Pension (4%), Life Insurance, 28 Days’ Annual Leave Plus Bank Holidays
Shared Lives Plus is the UK network for family-based and small-scale ways of supporting adults. Our members are Shared Lives carers and workers, and those involved in Homeshare programmes.
This is a new and exciting role, and as the Head of Membership, you will:
1. Lead and manage our support and engagement for Shared Lives Plus members, including Shared Lives carers and scheme managers, and future members including friends and family and people who use Shared Lives, contributing to Senior Management Team on member-related issues and future strategy.
2. Lead the team providing support, information and advice to all of our Shared Lives members.
3. Identify issues of concern to Shared Lives Plus members and develop strategies to address those issues, leading local and national influencing work.
4. Manage a team including support officers, a policy officer, Shared Lives carer champions and Shared Lives ambassadors who have lived experience of Shared Lives.
5. Support the team to keep up-to-date with relevant legislation, regulation or system changes which impact on the Shared Lives and Homeshare sectors across the UK and respond to policy issues accordingly.
6. Help develop and provide strategic advice and support work in liaison with the strategic advice and support Manager.
Shared Lives Plus is committed to equality of opportunity for all staff. Applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, marriage and civil partnerships.
The deadline for completed applications is 5:00 pm on Friday 4th October 2019.
Shortlisting will start w/c 7th October 2019 and interviews will be held on the 21st October 2019 in London.
Other organisations may call this role Membership Manager, Head of Supporter Engagement, Head of Engagement, Senior Engagement Manager or Senior Membership Manager.
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At Deafblind UK we believe that people who have a combined sight and hearing loss should have the same rights, access and opportunities as others. We are a membership organisation of, and governed by, people who have both a sight and hearing loss. We champion their rights and interests and deliver quality services which give individuals autonomy and control over their lives.
We have an exciting opportunity for a Head of Trusts and Statutory Fundraising to join our team in Peterborough within a crucial management role, where you will be personally responsible for leading and developing our trusts and statutory & major donor fundraising team to maximise revenue to support our work in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. You will be broadening our fundraising pipeline by delivering successful inspiring and impacting funding bids to increase long term sustainable projects and the growth of our charity services.
You will be the go-to fundraising professional who networks well, identifying key stakeholders whilst promoting and understanding our mission and values of the organisation. You will also be leading a team or fundraisers, motivating and creatively delivering objectives through team work, passion and commitment.
For more information on how our fundraising team positively impacts so many individuals across our service why not watch our fundraising film -deafblind-uk-films-fundraising/
We are looking for that one person who will champion the values that underpin our organisation; a standout individual, with an impressive track record in securing funds, motivating staff, proven exceptional communicator, autonomous and driven. Ideally you will have significant experience of working within the charity sector, in a people management role, committed to delivering business plan objectives & targets and have experience or ability to foster strong relationships with colleagues and external stakeholders with a business partner approach.
Choosing to work within our unique services you will not only be benefiting from a supportive network of colleagues, this will also be complimented by an excellent benefits package including excellent annual leave, auto enrolment pension, training and discounts
Are you an experienced Fundraising Manager with significant and demonstrable success in motivating teams and fundraising from large trusts, institutional and statutory streams?
To apply for this hugely rewarding opportunity, develop your career and to work within a well established National Charity then please complete our application form, attach your CV and tell us why you’re ideal for this role.
We’re looking forward to hearing from you.
For any queries about this role or for an application form in an alternative format then please contact the Recruitment Team
Skills : Fundraising, donors, donor journey, promoting, big lottery, trusts, grants, major donors, raisers edge, management, leader, non profit, nfp, charities, charity services, disabilities, sight and hearing loss, blind, deaf, hard of hearing, acquired deafblindness, deafblind, appeal, gifting, community, legacy, legacies, third sector, 3rd sector, giving, individual giving, campaigns, funds, CRM, leadership, management
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.
QuarterFive is porudly working with a fantastic charity that supports 1 million children every year, offering an incredible range of child services including adoption, health and wellbeing, creative therapies & child rights work. They also provide online/digital services to over 2.8 million users.
They’re a truly amazing charity that generates £4m to provide direct, practical help and emotional support to vulnerable
children, young people, and their families, and recently have started working within primary schools to help struggling students.
The corporate team consists of 6 (including this post) – they are an incredibly ambitious and close knit team, having done a great job of growing corporate income and building a large network of senior individuals (generating £1m in corporate
income annually). There is lots of existing opportunity and plenty of scope to develop the pipeline further.
About the role
- 70% New business / 30% account management - you’ll work towards a new business target of 200k, developing & growing the partnerships that you win
- You’ll champion their work and focus on finding companies who fit with their culture and engineer highly bespoke partnerships depending on the need. This ranges from sponsorship, COTY, through to strategic & service-led partnerships.
- You’ll be called upon to mentor the more junior members of the team, collectively working on best practices.
- The role calls for a lot of collaboration with other departments, including the wider fundraising team, marketing, and the regional service teams.
- Great opportunity to work closely with the Head of Corporate when researching and identifying new partnerships, and how best to approach
- 2-3 Years experience within corporate fundraising – particularly in new business or account development, and experience of 5 & 6 figure asks
- A talented professional with a proven track record looking to grow their career and make a real impact to an already successful team
- A strategic and creative thinker, capable of building effective relationships with a range of internal and externalstakeholders
To apply for this role, please click Apply with Charityjob to submit your CV to Liam Huse at QuarterFive Fundraising Recruitment. If your experience is a good fit, we will send you a job description and arrange a briefing call or meeting that will provide you with all the information required to formally apply. QuarterFive aims to proactively support your job search, so we may also consider your details for other job vacancies to enable us to find a position that is most suitable for you.
We are excited to be working with a leading International Development organisation who is in search of a new Head of Statutory Fundraising. As part of your role, you will be overseeing all work with statutory government donors, with a particular focus on managing the existing DFID Aid Match partnership at the £1m+ level. You will also be responsible for line managing one member in the team, potentially two. This organisation adopt a great flexible working policy.
For this role, you will need:
- Experience of successfully securing 6-7 figure gifts from statutory, institutions or foundation donors (specifically statutory)
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including proposal writing
- Experience in managing and motivating a team
Deadline: 16th September
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.
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.
Britain Yearly Meeting is setting up a Britain-wide network of local development teams to support Quaker communities. Over the next three to five years, we will be placing workers within reach of every Quaker community in Britain – a key part of our plans to help Quaker communities thrive and to reinvigorate Quakerism.
Our new Head of Local Development will manage the rollout of local development workers and team leaders and support other staff and local Quakers to work seamlessly with them in providing support for meetings. As part of our Operational Managers’ Team, you will also have shared responsibility for the overall delivery of our work.
We’re looking for an experienced project manager to lead this programme of change. You will have experience of building and managing dispersed teams, and of reshaping work to be more responsive to the needs of our beneficiaries. You will also possess strong communication skills.
This is a full-time (35 hours per week), fixed term post for three years.
Alongside the opportunity to transform the experience of Quakers across Britain, we offer a generous benefits package.
For details of how to apply, please visit our website via the 'apply' button.
Closing date: 9.00am on Monday 23 September 2019
Britain Yearly Meeting is committed to safeguarding children and adults at risk and expect all our staff and volunteers to share and uphold this commitment.
Quakers have a faith commitment to equality and encourage and welcome applications for posts from all sections of society. You do not have to be a Quaker to apply for this post, but we expect you to uphold the values of our organisation.
Britain Yearly Meeting is committed to equality in all its employment practices.