Frimley Health Charity are looking for a bright, organised and dedicated individual who has worked for charities previously and within a fundraiser capacity. You will be responsible for raising the profile and for fundraising for the charity at Wexham Park and Heatherwood Hospitals and you will be expected to work closely with the Head of Fundraising, voluntary services team and key stakeholders across the hospitals.
The post of Wexham Park Hospital & Heatherwood Hospital & Events Fundraiser is an important link between the charity, the hospital and the local community. You will be expected to lead in generating and maximising donor engagement with the hospital, increasing the contributions of individuals and businesses, exploring new fundraising opportunities from various sources and developing the event portfolio.
Key responsibilities will include strategic development, project and event management, business relationships, account management and budgetary control. You'll need to be able to network, since success in the role depends heavily on being able to forge positive relationships with supporters. You will require a good knowledge of fundraising and considerable energy and enthusiasm that will inspire the patients, businesses and the local community to choose the charity as their preferred choice and raising awareness of the charity's work, aims and goals.
Frimley Health Charity is driven to improve patients’ lives and this role will play a huge part in helping us to achieve this goal. The charity is investing for growth so there could not be better time to join this ambitious team.
For this role you will need:
- A minimum of 2 years’ experience and a proven track record in a fundraising role at any level
- Ability to work independently, as well as with others
- Excellent oral and written English language skills
- Enjoy working collaboratively
- A positive can-do attitude
- Excellent organisational skills and ability to meet often competing deadlines
- Emotional intelligence and resilience
- Excellent interpersonal, networking and relationship-building skills as well as the ability to influence and motivate supporters
- Ability to work with attention to details and with accuracy
- Ability to work on multiple projects/assignments as needed
- Sensitivity to donors and their needs, with the ability to easily relate to others
The closing date for this role is the 14th June 2020. Interviews are scheduled to be held in late June 2020.