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Braille Chess Association
Home-based
£35,000 pro rata
Excellent home-based, part-time fundraising opportunity working with friendly team
Hft
Multiple Locations
£18,926 pro rata to £19,748 pro rata dependent on experience
Spinal Muscular Atrophy UK
Stratford-upon-Avon
£30,000 PRO RATA
Royal Association for Deaf people
Multiple Locations
£30,000 - £33,000 FTE per year (this will be pro-rata depending on hours chosen)
Are you a successful influencer? RAD are looking for their first ever Policy Officer to assist us as we enter a major expansion phase.
Hertfordshire Action on Disability
Welwyn Garden City
£26,000 - £28,000 per year
Dog Assistance in Disability
Shrewsbury
£22,000 - £26,000 per year FTE based on experience
Royal Association for Deaf people
Multiple Locations
£18,037.50 full time salary per year pro-rata for part time hours (16,22.5 or 30 hours)
We are looking for part time staff in the Surrey area to work with Deaf adults in the Community - BSL/Makaton and car driver essential.
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Home-based
£35,000 pro rata
Contract, Part-time
Job description

We are looking for a fundraising specialist to work for 16 hours a month on securing grants from charitable trusts and similar bodies.  The postholder will work on their own initiative at home, liaising with individual committee members on such matters as funding priorities, project descriptions and feedback to grant makers on how the money has been spent.

Background

Our current fundraiser is retiring after more than 20 years’ service and will be leaving as soon as we are able to appoint a replacement.  We envisage offering an initial three-year contract but are open to negotiation.  We believe that the position is an excellent opportunity, enabling a fundraiser the flexibility to work an average of four hours per week from home at an attractive hourly rate. 

Further information

The Braille Chess Association is a small charity, founded nearly 90 years ago, and our role is to promote the playing of chess among blind and partially sighted people throughout the United Kingdom, to enable such people to enjoy chess and improve their chess playing techniques. We cater for players of all levels of ability and all ages and currently we have around 230 members.

For information about our activities please see our website:  www . braillechess . org . uk

Posted on: 20 September 2019
Closing date: 20 October 2019
Tags: Fundraising
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