How to apply
Bransby Horses is one of the leading horse rescue charities in the UK and with the generosity of our supporters, is dedicated to improving the lives of horses, donkeys and mules. We are working harder than ever to make a positive difference to equine welfare across the UK.
Bransby Horses has more than 400 horses, ponies, donkeys and mules to meet and with a full calendar of events throughout the year, including adoption days and pony grooming, there is something for everyone at our Visitor Centre. The beautiful 600 acre site has endless walkways for visitors to explore, a café, gift shop, and exhibition, play park and picnic area.
In line with the charity’s business plan, to drive income growth and deliver excellent supporter experience, the Fundraising Manager will be responsible for creating and implementing a fundraising strategy along with annual fundraising plans and budgets. They will lead on the further development of new income streams, with a special focus on identifying and securing new corporate partnerships. The Fundraising Manager is responsible for the management of the key voluntary income streams across the charity, including individual fundraising, regular giving, collection box income, campaigns, appeals, in-memory giving, corporate fundraising and gift aid.
The successful candidate will hold a relevant professional qualification and will have 4 years of fundraising management experience.
For further information and to apply, please visit our website.
The closing date is 3 July 2019, with interviews anticipated to take on 16 and 18 July 2019.
The salary is c. £33,000 per annum (pro rata) and comes with an attractive benefits package.
The hours of work are 37.5 per week.
Bransby Horses is an equal opportunities employer and will seek to ensure that candidates and employees are treated equitably regardless of their gender, race, colour, ethnic or national origins, age, disability, socio-economic background, religious or political beliefs and affiliations, marital status, maternity or paternity, family responsibilities, sex and/or sexual orientation.