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An exciting career development opportunity exists to join our organisation at a time of growth and development.
Childhood First has developed a pioneering therapeutic model which enables the children in our care to break the cycle of early life trauma to develop healthy relationships. This approach underpins every aspect of our work and informs the culture of the organisation at every level.
To create 21st-century therapeutic environments for the recovery and rehabilitation of children and young people who have suffered abuse, neglect and other trauma.
To transform the lives of children and young people who suffer severe emotional and psychological difficulties, so that they can relate well to others, fulfil their potential and enjoy life.
This is a unique opportunity to join an ambitious fundraising team striving to secure funds for vulnerable children in need of specialist therapeutic care. The post holder will be able to grow their role to build a portfolio of potential donors and projects. This is a pivotal role within the Fundraising Team, working closely with the Fundraising Director to maintain and develop support from donors and grant making organisations to meet financial targets.
This role provides an opportunity to play an active role in steering the direction of the charity’s fundraising and to use your own dynamic and creative thinking to take Childhood First in new directions. There is ample opportunity to learn and grow under the mentorship of the Fundraising Director with the potential to play a key role in shaping future fundraising strategy. As a valued member of the team, you will be able to take advantage of professional development and training.
Key activities and responsibilities:
1. Build a new portfolio of supporters from Trusts and private donors
2. Supporting applications and relationships
3. Communications and Events
4. Administration, records and cost control
Those interested in applying should send cv and covering letter (applications without a covering letter will not be considered)