178 Senior corporate fundraiser jobs
We are a non-profit organisation seeking an experienced fundraiser and strategic partnership builder to help us with the next stage of growth for our venture support programme networks and business centre communities.
We are looking for someone passionate about the challenges we are seeking to address, and the social enterprise business model we use. You should be ambitious for growth and impact, as well as for personal growth and progression. You will need to be aware of the range of different approaches to fundraising and social investment.
You will need to be experienced in:
- Relational fundraising with a track record of generating significant resources
- Tender and bid writing, with evidence of success
- Researching funding opportunities
- Business development, strategic relationship building and networking
- Written, verbal and presentational communication
- Location: Cambridge, with occasional, reimbursed travel to other centres. We also offer a hybrid working model.
- Hours: Fulltime, Mon to Fri, 35 hours a week preferable but we will consider 4 days (28 hours).
- Salary: Up to £45k per annum
- Contract: Initial 12 months, extendable on basis of successful activity.
- Reports to: CEO of Allia Impact Ltd.
- Candidates must be eligible to work in the UK without sponsorship
- Company pension scheme; free on-site parking; Bike2Work Scheme
- Life Insurance
- Flexible working
- Casual dress
- Wellness programme
- Previously awarded the best not for profit employer in the Eastern Region.
- Be a part of a community that drives innovation with a focus on addressing environmental and social challenges.
Allia Impact Ltd, part of the Allia charitable group, is seeking an experienced fundraiser and relationship builder to help us with the next stage of growth of our impact venture support ecosystem of business centres and programmes. This role may also be known within the company as Head of Funding.
Allia Impact runs a range of Venture Support programmes to help entrepreneurs build an idea into a business; start-ups to scale & grow and small businesses to establish and thrive – with impacts focussed on job creation, underserved communities and addressing social and environmental challenges. It also leverages innovation, entrepreneurship, and tech for good to address key issues in society (such as Net Zero, homelessness and AgeTech) through a suite of programmes, initiatives, and collaborations.
Allia Future Business Centres provide space, community and a thriving ecosystem where start-ups and ventures are supported to achieve positive environmental and social impact.
As part of our growth strategy, we have identified the need for a Head of Funding (Fundraising) to support the expansion of Allia Impact’s ventures support work and to expand the geographical footprint of the Future Business Centres. The key priorities are:
- Identifying and securing funding sources to maintain and grow our range of venture support programmes which currently operate in London, Cambridge and Peterborough. As these are free to attend, and demand no equity, we rely on external funding to support us to deliver this impact service. Aiming to expand to new prospective locations in London and Eastern England.
- Helping to secure the resources to expand our network of Future Business Centres also in London and the East. From small hyper-local hubs that focus on community support and transformation, to larger centres that act as innovation communities for impact businesses and start-ups, we are ambitious to grow our reach.
Typical funders have included EU (ERDF), local authorities, corporates, charitable trusts and individual philanthropists, and will be similar going forward except for the transition from EU to UK-based government funds. In the tech for good and innovation challenge space, collaborations with family offices, venture capital, and corporations are potential funding routes as well.
Our programmes and centres are of interest to all these types of funders and we have good track record and relationships to build on. It is a positive opportunity for growth and scaling the impact we can achieve to more locations, working as part of a team with committed colleagues.
Our people are pivotal to our success, and we have grown expediently. We are an equal opportunities employer which embraces diversity, inclusion and flexible working. We offer a great working environment, true team working ethos, good benefits and much more.
We are committed to equality and diversity for our ventures, tenants, colleagues, volunteers, trustees and supporters. We value the strength that comes with difference and the positive contribution that diversity brings to the communities in which we serve. We are working to increase diversity and would particularly welcome applications from groups that are currently under-represented, including those from a BAME background.
To apply for this role, please send an up-to-date CV. We may ask you to provide a supporting covering letter highlighting your skills and experience along with why we should consider you for the role and your salary expectations.
All applications should be submitted by 22nd of July but we will begin interviewing before then so early application is advised.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
RNIB's Telemarketing Team is made up of 75 home based Telephone Fundraisers, who are responsible for delivering up to 80 outbound customer service and income generating fundraising campaigns each year.
We are seeking 3 Senior Telephone Fundraisers to work as a front-line Telephone Fundraiser, to contribute to the growth of fundraising net income through contacting individuals and converting them into supporters and advocates of the organisation, using the telephone as a route to market.
Also provide support to the Team Leader, acting as cover for a team of 15 Telephone Fundraisers in Team Leader absence.
Purpose of job:
- Contributing to the growth of fundraising net income by contacting members of the public with a variety of fundraising products.
- Ensuring the delivery of excellent customer service on every call, which will include Fundraising and Non-Fundraising (survey) calls.
- Responsible for day-to-day supervision of the team, in Team Leader absence, escalating to Team Leader as appropriate.
You will have experience of working in an outbound call centre environment and delivering in a customer service and sales role, this will include knowledge of using outbound telephony systems and a web-based platform. You will also have experience of supporting with, and responding to, safeguarding cases.
In exchange we offer a competitive salary, a stimulating and supportive working environment and a benefits package including:
- 26 days holiday per year (plus bank holidays), which increase with service.
- Excellent pension schemes
If you would like to apply for this great job opportunity please review the documents linked below, then click "Apply Online" at the bottom of this page and complete our application form, telling us how you meet the Specialist Skills, Knowledge and Experience criteria (Section 1 of the person specification). Guidance for completion can be found on each page of the application form
We're the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) and we're here for everyone affected by sight loss. Working for us means working for one of the UK's biggest charities, supporting almost two million people living with sight loss in the UK.
Salary: £17,862- £19,648 (Pro rata)
Contract type: Permanent
Hours: 25 hours per week (Flexibility required, core hours 4-9pm Monday -Friday with some daytime/weekend work dependent)
Are you an experienced corporate fundraiser with excellent account management skills? This large animal charity is looking for their next Senior Corporate Partnerships Manager to lead a small team to deliver and grow existing corporate partnerships.
This is an amazing flexible hybrid working opportunity with 1 day per week in office, where you will work in an established team of eight to grow corporate partnership income and deliver impactful and tangible partnerships at this much-loved national charity.
This is a fixed term contract maternity cover role and responsible for:
- Partnership plans being in place for each partner and making sure objectives and KPIs are delivered to
- Ensuring partnerships are achieving their maximum potential through identifying and securing any areas for growth
- Encouraging collaboration across teams and involving internal stakeholders as and when appropriate in the planning and delivery of partnerships
- Ensuring the team build strong and successful partnerships through excellent planned day to day stewardship
- Supporting the new business team in securing new partnerships by attending pitches and inputting into proposals, as well as ensuring smooth handing over of successfully won accounts
- Making sure each partner has the relevant contract in place for partnership activity
- Managing the day to day managing of the partnership budget
- Managing and developing the team, offering specialist guidance through specialist knowledge
The role will suit an exceptional relationship builder who has strong account management experience within a charity setting, and a passion for animals. You will be comfortable with managing teams and budgets. This would be an excellent sidestep for someone wanting to work in a well-established partnerships team for a well-known brand, but equally a step up for an experienced individual to lead a team of their own.
To apply, please send through a CV in response to this advert in the first instance, and a TPP consultant will follow up with information about the role, organisation and recruitment process. Alternatively, contact Sema Hussein via [email protected] to arrange a confidential discussion
We want you to have every opportunity to demonstrate your skills, ability and potential; please contact us if you require any assistance or adjustment so that we can help with making the application process work for you.
Please note successful candidates should expect to be appointed at the starting point of the salary scale and consideration may be given to a higher salary depending on the experience of the individual
Full-time (35 hours pw) – Part-time working considered, minimum 28 hours/week
Hybrid Working with 1-2 days per week at our offices in either Camberwell, London, SE5 or Holloway Road, London N7 with occasional travel
Are you a collaborative, proactive and results-driven individual with a background in securing five and six-figure partnerships? Are you an impressive communicator and negotiator with a strong interest in developing new business pitches and ideas?
If so, St Giles is looking for an experienced Senior Corporate Partnerships Officer to play a vital role within our Corporate Partnerships team, where you will help to identify, research, and secure high-level and high profile strategic partnerships that will help us to deliver on our bold corporate fundraising ambitions
About St Giles
An ambitious, well-established charity that helps people facing adversity to find jobs, homes and the right support they need. Central to our ethos is our belief that people with first-hand experience of successfully overcoming issues such as an offending background, homelessness, addictions and gang involvement, hold the key to positive change in others.
About this exciting opportunity
With the support of the Corporate Partnerships Manager, as Senior Corporate Partnerships Officer you will deliver on areas of account management including maximising income, delivering employee engagement activities, regular reporting and submitting new applications. You will provide vital support with stewarding high-value corporate partnerships including Charity of the Year, corporate grants and sponsorship, plus assist on delivering and developing corporate volunteering opportunities.
You will also provide support for new corporate income generation by developing five-figure partnership applications across strategic and commercial opportunities and support across wider fundraising activity including fundraising campaigns and events locally and nationally. Forecasting and providing regular financial updates is a key aspect of this role, as is ensuring that all information is maintained and used to its full potential on our database, eTapestry.
What we are looking for
• Extensive experience working in a charity fundraising environment
• Proven track record of securing five- or six-figure corporate partnerships
• Sound knowledge of corporate fundraising
• An outstanding communicator, with the ability to write compelling copy for different audiences
• Excellent relationship-building skills with the ability to engage external stakeholders at all levels
• Experience organising events and engagement activities for external stakeholders
• Excellent organisational and administrative skills and good attention to detail
In return, you can expect a competitive salary, generous leave allowance, staff pension, flexible working, a mentoring programme, an advice and counselling service, access to clinical supervisions, season ticket loan and much more.
Closing date: 11pm, Sunday 7th August 2022. Please apply early as interviews will be conducted when suitable applications are received.
For further information, or to apply, please visit our website via the ‘Apply’ button.
St Giles will guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria set out in the Job Description for the vacancy.
Full time role with flexible & hybrid working opportunities available
Are you a natural leader, an excellent organiser and passionate about making a difference to local lives? If so, we would love to hear from you!
St Wilfrid’s Hospice is looking for a motivated Community and Corporate Fundraising Manager, responsible for the development, oversight and growth of the Hospice’s Community Strategy. You will lead an enthusiastic, friendly and ambitious team of fundraisers.
You will provide strategic leadership to drive income generation across all community activity; including strategies for sustaining and developing existing donor relationships, and building diversified income streams. You will work alongside the Head of Fundraising and the Director of Income Generation to ensure that fundraising and campaigning messages and activities are fully integrated, keeping up to date with current trends and opportunities in fundraising to achieve St Wilfrid’s Hospice’s targets.
St Wilfrid’s Hospice is an independent, local charity that has been supporting people in our community who are living with a terminal of life limiting illness for nearly 35 years.
This is a truly rewarding position working with our local community, helping us to secure the means to continue our vital services to local people, their families and loved ones. You will be an integral and vital part of our supporters, donors, volunteers, patients and family’s personal journeys. Part of an innovative fundraising team making a positive, direct impact for local people.
We pride ourselves on providing a creative and caring work environment and we will support you with the resources to accelerate your professional development.
Benefits of working with us:
- generous holiday entitlement starting at 27 days per year plus bank holidays
- flexible working with hybrid working opportunities
- enhanced family leave and pay
- pension scheme
- access to complementary therapies
- contributory cash health plan for you and family members
- if you have worked previously for the NHS you might be eligible for continuation of NHS benefits and pension scheme membership.
We’re a friendly, inspiring and inclusive team. We value diversity and are committed to being a place where people feel their differences are recognised and welcomed, and their needs are heard and respected. Come and help us achieve our vision of providing high quality end of life and palliative care across our community.
If you are interested in finding out more about this exciting role, please contact Laura Eastwood, Fundraising Manager.
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: £32,855.00-£39,021.00 per year
We take the health and safety of our patients, their loved ones, our teams and our supporters very seriously, and have extensive infection prevention and control measures in place to prevent and manage coronavirus infections. Visit our website for details.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Crisis is the national charity for homeless people. We know that homelessness is not inevitable. We know that together we can end it.
Fantastic flexible hybrid working opportunity for an experienced corporate fundraiser to join the newly expanded Corporate New Business team, where there is a real focus on securing high quality long-term strategic partnerships.
Hours: 35 per week but potential options for flexible working/reduced hours
Location: Based in London E1 (Working from home is an option in line with Crisis’ homeworking policy - minimum of one day a week in the office).
About the role
This role will suit a candidate with a real interest and passion for the cause with demonstrable experience of winning new business from researching new leads, to pitching, negotiating and closing opportunities of £100K+.
You will be proficient in developing tailored and innovative new business proposals.
You will work closely with the Senior New Business Lead to drive growth in corporate income, ensure a robust pipeline of potential corporate partners for Crisis and secure new business to support our mission to end homelessness.
To be successful in this role you will have/be:
- Experience of building strategic relationships of value both externally and internally
- Experience of developing new partnership programmes preferably in a major charity, although we are also open to candidates from a corporate environment who has managed not-for-profit clients.
- Confident, assertive, persuasive and well organised.
- Excellent presentation skills, with the ability to present to people at all
levels and larger groups when required.
- Experience with identifying and securing new corporate income by developing sector-led approaches, building relationships, and devising partnerships funding packages
- Experience developing relationships with corporate prospects to achieve income generation growth
This role would suit someone who has:
- An entrepreneurial attitude to new opportunities.
- Excellent organisation and project management, decision making, problem solving skills.
- A proven track record in leading and winning successful corporate partnership pitches.
- The ability to work in a complex environment with many stakeholders including, but not limited to, Marketing, Campaigns, Front line services, Community and Fundraising.
You may have experience in; Corporate new business, Corporate account management, Corporate partnership manager,
We believe diversity is a strength, and our aim is to make sure that Crisis truly reflects the communities we serve. We are actively working towards our organisation being a place where everyone can thrive and make their best contribution to our mission of ending homelessness for good. We know that the more perspectives, voices, and experiences we can bring to this work, the better. We particularly welcome applications from people who have lived experience of homelessness, and people from all marginalised groups, communities and backgrounds.
Working at Crisis
As a member of the team, you will have access to a wide range of employee benefits including:
- Interest free loans for travel season ticket, cycle to work, and deposit to secure a tenancy
- Pension scheme with an employer contribution of 8.5%
- 25 days’ annual leave which increases with service to 28 days and option to purchase up to 10 additional days leave
- Enhanced maternity, paternity, shared parental, and adoption pay
- Flexible working around the core hours 10am-4pm
- And more! (Full list of benefits available on website)
Alongside our excellent staff benefits, we will support your ongoing development to build your skills, experience and career.
When you join us, you will have the opportunity to join our staff diversity networks, which aim to champion issues across the organisation, enable staff to be their authentic and best selves and contribute to making Crisis a truly diverse organisation.
How to apply
If this sound likes the opportunity for you, please click on the 'Apply for Job' button below.
Closing date: Sunday 10th July 2022 (at 23:59)
Interviews will be held on 18th-20th July
We welcome applications from people who identify as neuro diverse and want our recruitment process to be as accessible as possible. If you need us to make an adjustment or provide additional support as you apply for a role, please email our Recruitment team, contact details can be found on our website.
Full-time position for 35 hours per week
Salary: grade 7, £24,528 per annum, based on 35 hours per week
Based in Ipswich Central Office/Remote
We have an exciting opportunity for an ambitious Trust Fundraiser to join our Income Generation Team at Ormiston Families. We are looking for someone who is passionate about the work we do and will support our successful team in maximising long term income from trusts and foundations and statutory sources.
A key member of our growing income generation team, you will report to the Senior Trust Fundraiser, and will work collaboratively with other teams across the organisation, including finance, communications, monitoring, and our service teams, from day one. An effective communicator with excellent interpersonal skills, you will be responsible for maintaining donor relationships and securing essential unrestricted income, as well as funding for our various projects. The role will involve researching new prospects, developing compelling and persuasive funding applications and impact reports, and stewarding new and existing supporters.
In return, we can offer a friendly and supportive team who live our values of compassion, collaboration, and effectiveness. Ormiston Families values its employees and offers a generous benefits scheme and agile working culture, as well as ample opportunities to develop your skills and capabilities. We look forward to welcoming our newest team member and watching you grow alongside our organisation.
For further information and to apply, please visit our website via the Apply button.
Closing date for applications: Thursday 7th July 2022
Ormiston Families reserves the right to close the vacancy early if we have received sufficient applications ahead of the closing date.
Safeguarding and DBS requirements for your role:
Ormiston Families is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults at risk and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. DBS checks or police vetting will be required for relevant posts.
We are an equal opportunities employer; we value diversity and welcome applications from all sections of the community.
Do you have fundraising experience and would you like the opportunity to join a busy, welcoming and successful Income Generation team?
This exciting and varied role will be excellent addition to our current Partnerships Fundraising team. Providing our supporters with exceptional ‘customer service’ and ensuring they have the best experience of fundraising for Myton.
Reporting to the Partnerships Fundraising Manager, day to day work will have great variety; working with individuals, businesses, groups, organisations and educational settings on their own fundraising as well as developing, promoting and leading on some of our own community and corporate fundraising initiatives.
The post holder will ideally be experienced in fundraising, providing outstanding customer service, be well organised, have excellent presentation skills and able to take the lead on projects. If you would like to make a difference and be part of a successful fundraising team then we’d love to hear from you.
For an informal discussion about this role please contact Clare Cropp, Partnerships Fundraising Manager at Myton Hospices
Closing Date; Wednesday 6th July, 2022
Interview Date; Friday 15th July, 2022
For further details please download the job description and person specification
We're over the moon to be heading up the search party for a Partnerships Fundraiser for a fantastic health charity that supports and provides care for the local community across Wakefield and the Five Towns.
This is such a fantastic time to be joining this extremely busy and successful team of fundraisers! You'll be developing community and corporate fundraising activity in aid of the charity, by proactively engaging community groups, individuals and companies in fundraising activity. You'll be responsible for leading the growth of partnerships fundraising through identifying and approaching community groups, developing partnerships and project management of annual fundraising campaigns.
We would love to see candidates applying who have local knowledge of the patch and fantastic communication and relationship development skills. Ideally coming with fundraising experience, working with community groups and corporates, you'll also have ambition and drive and a proactive approach to business development. We are looking for a dynamic thinker who is self-motivated to achieve stretching targets. You will be flexible, resilient and a strong team player. We would also love to hear from candidates with account management or sales experience.
This role requires a full driving licence and access to a vehicle.
Plenty of flexibility within this role, with working hours and location. This is a special opportunity for the right person to make their mark with amazing foundations already in place.
Location: This role will be a hybrid mix with some time in the office (Pontefract) and the opportunity to work from home. You'll be spending plenty of time out and about connecting with supporters.
Salary £24,800 - £27,150
If you're as excited by this exciting opportunity as we are, please get in touch with Ellen Drummond at Charity People
Closing 9am 1st July
Interviews w/c 11th July
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), gender, gender identity or gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, or sexual orientation. We do this because we know greater diversity will lead to even greater results for the charities we work with.
Location Buckhurst Hill, Essex, IG9 5EX
Salary: £30,000 to £32000 PA
Our Client has a great opportunity for a Fundraiser to join their experienced team. The role (called a Donor Ministries Associate internally) will maximise income and awareness for our clientl by supporting and developing a portfolio of mid-level individual, corporate and church partners.
We are looking for a proactive self-starter who can identify and cultivate new support from individuals and organisations. You will be adept at building relationships and influencing both verbally and in writing. The role carries an Occupational Requirement to be a Christian due to the need to be able to minister, listen to and pray with our community of supporters.
- Manage and develop the mid-level Donor Programme (individuals, churches and corporates) and implement first class and creative stewardship and relationship management through proactive engagement, proposal writing, efficient reporting, cultivation events and senior influencing.
- Proactively identify and establish new networks of support via regular reviewing of prospect data and running campaigns to elicit financial support.
- To develop and deliver a strategy to work with the communications team to mirror their campaigns but adjusting them with specific targeting for the mid-level donor supporters.
- To regularly call key supporters, ministering to them through prayer and conversation.
- To give presentations to key supporters and churches when invited.
- To assist the Donor Ministries Manager with supporter events including the London Marathon.
- To assist the Donor Ministries Manager with team admin when required. This includes a quarterly supporter mailing.
- Regularly update the CRM database, and other reporting tools as needed, with information on prospects to ensure that accurate records are kept, the pipeline is up to date and key information is shared across the organisation.
- To assist in the development and delivery of Vision Trips with donors and partners for Samaritan’s Purse projects.
- To be compliant with The Fundraising Regulators Fundraising code and other relevant legislation and codes of practice such as GDPR.
What are we looking for?
Ideally you will have fundraising experience, but we will also consider Account Manager or Relationship Managers. The key focus of this role is retaining and developing relationships with our mid-level donors. We also are looking for someone with a strong experience of managing databases. You will also have great IT and customer service skills.
The role is based at our Buckhurst Hill site but one day working from home is possible.
To apply, please click 'apply now' and follow the application form. We look forward to hearing from you shortly!
We are seeking a highly motivated and enthusiastic individual with a desire to deliver inspiring fundraising and supporter engagement activities.
The scope of this role is broad and could give somebody looking to enter the third sector either as a career change or early career option the opportunity to work across a broad spectrum of Fundraising initiatives. You will have the opportunity to work alongside and support our community of supporters through events, personal fundraising, challenge activity and delivery of our supporter care programme.
Martlets is a local charity: we are at the heart of our community, serving over 3,000 local people each year. Our teams provide life-changing hospice care to those living through terminal illness community helping people live their lives to the fullest.
Martlets is a rewarding organisation to work for: our employees enjoy a wide range of employee benefits including: pension scheme, health care plan, 35 days paid holiday (pro-rata for part-time staff), cycle to work scheme, independent and confidential support service, flexible working options and hybrid home working solutions.
Main duties will include:
- Providing excellent supporter care and ensuring our supporters interactions and all incoming funds are tracked using our CRM.
- Delivering inspiring and impactful community fundraising through a series of in-person events and digital communications.
- Represent Martlets at community events across the city.
- Being creative and innovative, looking across the sector and region for new activities to maximise giving opportunities.
Key Skills required:
- Previous experience in a customer or supporter facing role is desirable.
- An excellent team player, you will be enthusiastic about working across our community with the ability to engage with people of diverse backgrounds at all levels both across the organisation and within the local community
- You will be highly organised, efficient and able to respond quickly to competing priorities and deadlines
- You will have excellent computer literacy skills with a sound working knowledge of Microsoft applications including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Desktop Publishing
*Flexible working hours considered*
Please note that offers of employment are subject to receipt of satisfactory pre-employment checks.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Do you want to use your skills in Corporate Accounting to play a vital role in making clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene normal for everyone everywhere?
Join WaterAid as Corporate Accountant to change normal for millions of people so they can unlock their potential, break free from poverty and change their lives for good. On top of that you'll be joining a 2020 Great Place to Work® award-winning organisation.
The WaterAid UK Finance team is a combination of UK and internationally based team members and an integral part of the WaterAid federation.
As our proactive and diligent Corporate Accountant, you will work with the wider finance team to prepare consolidated financial statements and notes in accordance with SORP and financial reporting requirements and provide corporate management reporting including financial analysis on key risk areas such as foreign exchange for strategic decisions for the organisation.
This is a Full-time, Fixed Term Contract for 18 months with possibility of becoming permanent role based in Canary Wharf, however we support a hybrid working model.
In this role, you will be responsible for the consolidation of WaterAid UK financial statements and notes for statutory reporting to a high standard for external audit. You will take ownership for producing and maintaining accurate and consistent corporate level finance reports on all our finance systems.
* Provide management information through monthly corporate reporting and analysis of WaterAid UK accounts including the maintenance and development of a consolidation model as a source of information for Directors and Board of Trustees
* Be responsible for the maintenance and development of the model to produce the financial statements and notes
* Provide assurance that the reports we are producing provides consistent data across all finance systems
* Lead on the reporting of key foreign exchange and other economic risks including the monitoring of exchange rate movements and inflation.
To be successful, you'll need:
* Demonstrate relevant experience producing statutory and corporate management accounts including financial analysis and useful commentaries for multi-site organisation, providing high quality reports to deadlines and to required standards.
* Degree level education and professional accounting qualification (ACA, CIMA or ACCA)
* Ability to analyse data and provide narrative for financial information evidencing strong analytical skills
* Experience using a large accounting package and associated reporting tool
* Excellent MS Excel skills (familiar with pivot tables, lookups/ filters).
* Experience of leading projects, or at least managing a key project component.
* Ability to build effective working relationships with finance and non-finance colleagues including senior management and work in a collaborative way
* Excellent communication skills, both oral and written to different audience
To see the full job pack, please click 'Apply'. Please apply by submitting your CV and a cover letter into one document in either Word Document or PDF format.
Applications will close one minute before midnight on 30th June 2022. Availability for interview is required week commencing 4th July 2022.
Salary £42,800, with excellent benefits.WaterAid benefits include:
- 28 days holiday (excluding Bank Holidays), increasing to 31 days with service & 1 Volunteer day off
- Give as You Earn, Cycle to Work & Annual Leave Purchase schemes
- Season Ticket Loan & Free annual eye test
- Access to savings, discounts and cashbacks across big brands in leisure, fashion, health, gyms, retail, travel and cinema
- A generous pension plan with an employer contribution of up to 10%
- Provision of a 24-hour confidential helpline and access to counselling & online health advice
- Flexible working; including the opportunity for part-time work and home working.
We offer employees the opportunity to make day-to-day choices about how and where they work. WaterAid is currently located at Canary Wharf, London and this will be your location and contract base. We support and enjoy a hybrid working environment, this includes regular attendance in the London office to connect with each other. We look forward to discussing with you how you can best deliver in your new role.
Please note that we are unable to provide sponsorship for this post. In order to apply for this post, you must be able to demonstrate your eligibility to work in the UK.WaterAid is fully committed to protecting those with whom it comes into contact with in the course of its work and will conduct appropriate pre-employment checks. We are an equal opportunities, disability-confident employer and are committed to achieving the highest standards of diversity, fairness and equality.
World Land Trust (WLT) is looking to increase capacity within its Development team, with a new role for a Corporate Partnerships Officer. This new role will be helping to develop and build the excellent working relationships we have with current, and new, corporate donors, and offers a real opportunity for someone looking to make an immediate impact within an expanding team, with potential to develop as we continue to grow.
Working with WLT
WLT is based in the UK and is unique within the conservation world. Reaching beyond its 30th year of operation the Trust has grown from small beginnings, saving critically threatened forest in Belize to become an internationally respected conservation organisation with a proven track record, working with more than 30 overseas conservation NGOs on protection of threatened habitats. WLT has developed its modus operandi without losing its vision, integrity and transparency.
Who we’re looking for
We are looking for candidates who have demonstrable fundraising experience, ideally working with corporates, which has involved stewardship resulting in long-term relationship building. A proven track record in meeting fundraising targets in a way that is aligned with our Values is essential. The ability to work as a collaborative and supportive team member is important, as is the ability to build positive relationships with all stakeholders. Applicants will need to be able to manage their own workload, have excellent written and verbal communication skills, ideally experience of using a fundraising CRM, and definitely a ‘can do’ approach to work.
The post is available up to full-time hours (35 hours per week) and based in WLT’s offices in Halesworth, Suffolk, however we are happy to talk Flexible Working from day one, including options for hybrid working, to support you to achieve your full potential at work and to maintain a healthy work life balance to do the things that are important to you.
We recognise the benefits of a diverse workforce, bringing new perspectives and different experiences into the workplace. Our aim is to be an inclusive employer, providing a welcoming and supportive environment for all staff, where staff can be the best they can be. We recognise that we are underrepresented in some groups, so welcome and encourage applications from minority ethnicities, those with disabilities, and all gender identities. What’s important to us in this process is your skills, knowledge and experience to enable you to do the job and that is where our focus will be to find our next new team member!
Please refer to the application pack for the full job description, which can be found on the World Land Trust website.
You will need to apply online and upload your CV and covering letter, which should explain how you feel your skills and experience meet the job description and person specification.
Closing date: 9.00am on Friday, 8 July 2022.
Expected interview date: Wednesday, 20 July 2022.
Please note that the closing date given is a guide. We reserve the right to close the vacancy once we have received sufficient applications.
- Job Title: Senior Events Officer
- Location: Street Child’s London office (Hybrid working)
- Salary Range: £29,000 - £34,000 per annum depending on experience
- Contract Type: Full time, Permanent
Street Child, one of the UK’s fastest growing and most dynamic charities, are searching for an awesome fundraiser to help lead our events and challenges space. This is an enormously demanding but epic role that sits right at the heart of the life of the charity – and is beyond vital to our supporter engagement and fundraising!
There are two critical components to the role:
Firstly, supported by senior management and colleagues, you will lead the design and delivery of in-house fundraising events that our supporters will love. These presently range from galas to sporting challenges to more intimate supporter briefing events. Highlights of the current calendar include our flagship corporate gala which in recent years has been held at the Tate and raised c£1m; the utterly unique Sierra Leone Marathon, now in its 10th year; & the Big Ride, a 2-day corporate-focussed cycle challenge.
Secondly, you will lead participant recruitment, management and fundraising maximisation across all in-house managed events and third-party challenges, such as the London Marathon and other sporting events, in the UK and globally.
We are constantly looking to innovate and add to our events calendar. A critical additional element to the role will be working with colleagues to imagine new awesome in-house events – and to search for fresh exciting third-party opportunities that will thrill our supporters and give them fantastic platforms for fundraising.
This role sits within our growing Public Fundraising team but requires close liaison with many teams, in particular corporate fundraising, who will also be driving a lot of the participation. You will task/project manage team colleagues as appropriate, as well as managing at least one junior team member, probably more.
We need someone special who brings boundless imagination, energy, and personality – obviously allied with top-drawer organisational abilities and commitment to detail. Street Child is an environment that is not afraid to trust talented, hard-working professionals with big tasks – regardless of their prior levels of experience. So, whilst extensive relevant experience would be a fantastic asset, and greatly valued, it is not essential – what is essential are the qualities listed above, underpinned by a massive desire and commitment to build and deliver the very best events and challenge programme possible, resulting in fantastic fundraising and supporter engagement.
To apply for this outstanding opportunity, please send your CV and a compelling covering letter as a combined/single document (max 3-pages) to the email address set out in the attached job description by Tuesday 5th July.
Diversity is important to us at Street Child and so we especially welcome applications from candidates with backgrounds typically under-represented in the sector and/or reflect the communities we seek to serve.
About Street Child
Street Child believes that every child should be safe, go to school, and learn. We focus our work in the places where that is the furthest from being realised: remote, hard-to-reach areas and fragile, disaster-affected states across sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia. Since 2008 we have helped over 706,000 children to go to school and learn Our projects focus on a combination of education, child protection and livelihood support. We partner with local organisations in everything we do.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Senior Fundraising Manager
The Link Visiting Scheme is in search of an experienced fundraiser to join our team and work closely with the CEO to development our service provision and ensure we raise our profile and standing with our stakeholders.
We are a charity whose mission is to confront the serious impact of loneliness among older people living in Wokingham Borough. We celebrate and honour older people in the community and offer a range of services and activities from 1:1 befriending, to a program of activities and one-off events. Our aim is to help establish new relationships and encourage older people to feel they can be an integral, important part of the community again – and have fun!
Our success has resulted in the charity growing rapidly from a small organisation into a “medium” sized charity and we are now looking for an experienced fundraising manager to help manage and sustain our continued success.
As an ideal candidate, you have a track record of successful fundraising campaigns. You’re a motivated leader and a strong collaborator, who thrives on creating a climate of inclusion, trust, and productivity. Ultimately, will be responsible for ensuring that we are able to sustain our new era of growth at The Link Visiting Scheme.
Core Aspects of the Role
- Working with the CEO and board of Trustees, implement our business and fundraising strategy to ensure long term sustainability
- Work closely with the fundraising team to ensure all areas of the charity are adequately funded including submission of compelling grant applications and organisation of fundraising events
- Make effective use of current resources to help execute our fundraising strategy through collaborative working with our staff team, volunteers and trustees to help where required.
- Manage and develop new and existing relationships with a portfolio of individual donors capable of giving at a major/high level.
- Network and approach companies to secure corporate engagement from the local business community and give compelling talks to groups.
- Oversee and ensure we are operating to budget across all our projects and key performance indicators are embedded within the teams.
- Manage Stakeholder relations which include managing and improving the quality of volunteer, client and stakeholder satisfaction through effective feedback, case studies and communications
- Raise the profile of the organisation to ensure engagement with our stakeholders via Social Media, written publications and presentations
- Manage external third-party contracts such as our IT provider and CRM system to ensure we have cost efficient plans and that their services meet our needs.
- Manage, develop and motivate direct reports
- Contribute to the overall health and success of the business
Skills and abilities
- Self-motivated and able to work independently
- Proven track record of raising funds from major gift sources
- Excellent presentation and communication skills
- Ability to write compelling and innovative funding proposals, applications and reports
- Good financial management skills and experience of managing income and expenditure budgets, restricted funds and working to agreed targets
- Ability to devise new fundraising approaches which can secure both capital and revenue funding
- A thorough understanding of the principles of major gift fundraising and ability to develop and implement new activities
- Organised, with excellent attention to detail, good administration skills
- Ability to demonstrate sensitivity, diplomacy, persuasiveness and credibility
- Self motivated and the ability to work both on own initiative and as part of a small team
The charity runs a highly tailored and personalised be-friending scheme which helps to improve the mental and physical health, well-being, and independence of older people. A network of volunteers visits isolated and lonely, older people (“Link Friends”) in their own homes on a weekly basis - “Link-Ups”. For many “Link Friends”, a weekly visit from a Link volunteer is the highlight of their week.
More than 1,000 Link Friends have benefited over the years and there are currently over 350 active friendships, “Link Ups” in place. Lives have been given much more purpose and joy, enabling lonely and isolated older people to re-integrate into the community and build new, lasting friendships.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.