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Senior Individual Giving Manager
Health Charity, Central London
£45,000 - £60,000
Our client is a leading national children's health organisation who are dedicated to supporting children with severe illnesses. With an excellent reputation, their conduct pioneering research and campaign to raise awareness.
They are currently looking to recruit a Senior Individual Giving Manager to take a lead on developing and executing the Charity's strategic aims for the Individual Giving Team. With 3 direct reports, you will maintain and develop portfolio of existing fundraising activities across the Individual Giving team including but not limited to; raffles, appeals, DRTV, OOH, weekly lottery and legacies.
Utilising your excellent relationship building skills, you will work with key supporters, suppliers and decision makers. You will take a lead on creating departmental budgets, developing fundraising concepts across the Individual Giving fundraising activity and work across teams to identify key areas of growth.
We are looking for someone with a wealth of experience in direct marketing or individual giving, with a strong background in developing and managing a strategy to drive fundraising through a variety of channels. You should have line management experience, have excellent networking and relationship building skills and outstanding attention to detail.
This is a fantastic role at a well established charity in Central London. Interested applicants should send their CV in the first instance.