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Child Bereavement UK, High Wycombe (Hybrid)
£28,000 - £33,000 per annum, dependent on experience (Pro rata for part time)
An exciting opportunity for various members to join a high performing & friendly fundraising team willing to invest in its fundraising team.
Posted 4 days ago
Closing in 4 days
Alzheimer's Society, Remote
£26451 - £28886 per annum
Posted 1 week ago
CoachBright, Remote
£30,500 per year
Seeking a thoughtful and brilliant individual who has experience writing to trusts and foundations to become our first ever fundraiser.
Posted today Quick Apply
Closing in 5 days
The Fire Fighters Charity, Basingstoke (Hybrid)
£35,031 per year
Posted 3 weeks ago
Closing in 5 days
The Fire Fighters Charity, Remote
£38,431 (including car allowance and mileage expenses)
Posted 3 weeks ago
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Maidenhead, Berkshire (Hybrid) 8.94 miles
£30,000 - £34,000 per year (FTE)
Permanent, Part-time, 21 to 35 hours a week, Full-time
Actively Interviewing
Job description

Join our fundraising team as Development Manager (Patrons, Friends & Events) at The Landmark Trust. In this role, you’ll be managing and growing our well-established Patron and Friends programmes, support donor engagement events, and develop the mid-level giving pipeline. You’ll take the lead on all aspects of running the Patron programme delivery and line manage the Events and Friends Coordinator to deliver the Friends programme.

You’ll use the highest standards of donor stewardship to deliver a supporter experience which nurtures these groups, and drives programme growth and income. This is a key role where you can have a real impact, working within a friendly and successful fundraising team which is well supported throughout the organisation.

SALARY: £30,000 to £34,000 per annum (FTE)

BENEFITS: Our comprehensive package includes hybrid and flexible working option, 25 days holiday plus bank holidays (pro-rata for part time), pension scheme, life assurance, and enhanced sick pay on completion of probation. In addition, we have a relaxed dress code, and staff welfare support through our Employee Assistance Programme.

LOCATION: Based on the picturesque Shottesbrooke Park estate, White Waltham, near Maidenhead. Hybrid working is also available.

JOB TYPE: Either full time (35 hours) or part time hours (minimum 3 days) will be considered. Please state your preference at application stage.

The Landmark Trust is one of Britain’s leading heritage conservation charities. With the help of our supporters, we save historic buildings in danger of being lost forever.

Key accountabilities

Lead on all aspects of the Patrons and Friends schemes including strategy, recruitment, fulfilment, marketing, and renewals, ensuring high standards in donor stewardship.

Manage the Events & Friends Coordinator to administer the Friends scheme, and the delivery of events for Friends, and the fundraising team.

Manage and develop strong relationships with Patrons to grow their support individually, working closely with the Development Manager (Major Gifts).

Support capital appeals for specific projects and develop mid-level giving from individuals in the range £1k to £5k.

Support colleagues with the planning and delivery of major donor cultivation events.

Manage and improve processes in the Patron & Friends supporter schemes, making use of the CRM database and technology where appropriate.

Duties & responsibilities

Patrons and mid-level giving.

· Administer the Patrons scheme with support from the Development Officer (Data & Supporter Services).

· Manage and grow the Patrons scheme.

· Be the primary relationship manager responsible for all communications with Patrons, responding to enquiries, and tracking and managing renewals.

· Lead on the planning and delivery of events for Patrons, in-person and online.

· Work collaboratively with the Development Manager (Major Gifts) in the development of Patrons into Life Patrons and major donors.

· Maximise income to Landmark from individuals generally giving in the range of £1,000 to £5,000, to agreed annual targets.


  • Oversee the Friends scheme working with the Events & Friends Coordinator to maximise income from Friends memberships.
  • Develop the scheme and grow income, meeting agreed targets.
  • Develop communications with Friends utilising the range of channels available.
  • Continue to review the scheme as an income stream and recommend any changes to increase its effectiveness and integration with other fundraising activities.


  • To manage the Events & Friends Co-ordinator to ensure the smooth running of the Friends of Landmark scheme and to devise, plan and execute an annual programme of events for Friends and other supporters, online, at Landmark buildings and other venues.
  • Devise and manage an annual programme of events to recruit and retain Patrons of Landmark.
  • To manage the overall Development events budget.
  • Ensure event risk assessments are duly completed and health and safety guidance followed.


· To manage and motivate the Events & Friends Coordinator, dealing swiftly and efficiently with staffing issues including recruitment, induction, training and development, standards of presentation, poor performance, disciplinary and grievance procedures as well as annual reviews and day to day communication.


  • Contribute to the setting of budgets (income targets and expenditure).
  • To manage the safe and proper handling of, and accounting for, income arising from your areas of responsibility.
  • Monitor and manage all income and operating costs within given budgets and areas of responsibility. Liaise with Finance to ensure information is supplied in a timely manner to meet deadlines.
  • Continually strive to improve margins, reduce costs and wastage as well as suggesting improvements in operating processes at a specific and at a general level.

We strongly recommend all interested applicants to read the full job description and person specification below. 

Closing date: We'll be considering applications on a rolling basis, therefore please apply without delay to avoid disappointment. To be considered with the first batch of applications, please submit your application by midday on Monday 12 September 2022.

We reserve the right to close adverts earlier than the closing date.

Application resources
Posted on: 15 August 2022
Closing date: 12 September 2022 at 12:00
Tags: Fundraising

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