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The Findhorn Foundation in Northern Scotland is a charity dedicated to transforming human consciousness in the setting of an ecovillage community. The Foundation is looking for an experienced, enthusiastic, motivated individual to live in our community and take our fundraising work to the next level.
You will work with an internal development officer who will provide knowledge and connections into the organisation to form the new Fundraising Team. You will be part of a lively community and a highly engaged, creative communications team. In the role, you will have a wide scope to try new ideas and approaches while also working co-creatively with your partner officer.
Implement the fundraising strategy 2019/2020 with focus on:
Improving ongoing fundraising channels, systems and processes
Professionalising donation handling and enhancing donor experience
Ensuring compliance with fundraising legislation and regulations
Developing targets, KPI’s and delivering results
Develop and manage the fundraising strategy 2020+
Identify and include new income opportunities such as grants, legacies and trusts
Oversee and project manage fundraising campaigns
Communicate with existing and prospective donors to build relationships and ensure the impact is clear to all internal and external stakeholders
Hold vision, use inner work, meditation and manifestation to generate monetary abundance
Bachelor’s or master’s degree with at least five years of development experience and a successful track record in cultivating leads and eliciting major contributions from individuals and/or corporations
Exceptional written, oral and interpersonal communication skills
Project management skills
Ability to multi-task and find solutions within complexity
Willingness to live and work in community, embody the spiritual principles and commit to the aims of the Findhorn Foundation
Experienced with strategy development and implementation, legacies and grants (preferred)
Self-starter with a network of donor relationships (preferred)
one year minimum time commitment
You will be part of a community of 120 co-workers in one of the oldest and largest ecovillages in the world, with 600 people in the wider community
Residential position with £260 monthly allowance OR non-residential position at national minimum wage
Comprehensive introduction to the Findhorn Foundation through staff intake programmes
30 days paid vacation per year, plus two Spiritual & Personal Development weeks
Two vegetarian meals each day freshly prepared at the subsidised rate of £1
Access to workshops and trainings within the Findhorn Foundation for a discounted rate
Retreat weeks on Erraid & the Isle of Iona for a discounted rate
The position is open immediately, though there is flexibility for applicants who need some time to transition from a previous role. Thanks for your interest in the Findhorn Foundation!