Are you a seasoned fundraiser who is keen for the opportunity to use your experience, know-how, ideas and your motivational skills to improve the performance of community fundraising across multiple campaigns and events? Then we would love to talk to you…
Working for a cherished local charity with fantastic brand awareness right in the heart of the community, you'll lead and manage a team of five to deliver the fundraising business plan. You'll focus on developing supporter relationships across individuals, groups and businesses engaging with an annual programme of campaigns and events and especially generate individual efforts and donations.
Offering flexible working and the option to get your head down with homeworking 1 day per week, you'll be empowered by a supportive and collaborative senior management team. This is a critical role for the fundraising department working particularly closely with the Events & Corporate Fundraising Manager. Together these two posts work in partnership and are responsible for: the recruitment and operational management of the team; delivery of the fundraising business plans; and ensuring that our portfolio of fundraising relationships, campaigns and events are delivered in a way which engages and enthuses supporters and meets revenue targets.
You'll need to be creative, enthusiastic and entrepreneurial. You'll have excellent organisational, customer service and people skills, be good at spotting opportunities and have the drive and energy needed to succeed in a competitive environment. An ability to multi-task is essential in order to implement the strategy and meet deadlines. Charity fundraising or events experience is highly desirable.
Please get in touch ASAP with a copy of your CV for lots more detail to Amelia Lee: [email protected]
Closing date: 9am on Monday 14th October. Interviews to be held on 28th and 31st October.
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