Offering development and progression opportunities as part of a warm and friendly team, we're looking for the varied skills and experience of a proactive, organised and creative fundraiser. With opportunity to manage and nurture existing income streams, as well as developing new ones, you'll be helping to provide more of the compassionate and life-changing care this charity is renowned for in Bolton.
Individual Giving | Trusts Fundraising | Legacy | Campaigns | Communications |
Don't worry if you don't have experience across all areas; this is a fantastic opportunity to pick up additional skills and experience!
You'll be responsible for established individual giving and in memory programmes including the annual Light up a Life Appeal, Sponsor a Nurse and Tree of Life and have the opportunity to evaluate and improve on their success. Working with the Fundraising Manager to write persuasive and inspiring appeals to an existing portfolio of charitable trusts and undertaking research into prospective ones. You'll also help inform and implement a new legacy promotion strategy.
What you need:
* You'll be highly organised and have excellent relationship building and communication skills, both written and verbal.
* You'll deliver our individual giving, legacy and trust fundraising programmes with intelligence and innovation.
* You'll have a good eye for detail and, ideally, already be accustomed to using databases to extract and analyse data.
* You'll be able to demonstrable experience of writing persuasively to different audiences.
* You'll need to work well within a busy team and be a team player.
If you aren't from a charity sector background, but believe you have transferable skills, we would be really happy to hear from you.
Fixed-term contract until June 2020. This is an office-based role with a flexible, life and family-friendly culture and some fantastic additional benefits.
We'd love to tell you more! Please send a copy of your CV if you would like some more detail: [email protected]
Closing Date for Applications: Sunday, 16th June 2019
Interviews: 24th and 25th June 2019
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