The Huntington’s Disease Association is looking for a creative thinker with a passion for individual giving to join us as Senior Individual Giving Co-ordinator.
This is new role in a national organisation and we are seeking an experienced, talented, and motivated person to lead, manage and develop this identified area of growth for the charity. The successful candidate will have the exciting opportunity to develop and implement new donor support processes, systems and strategies that ensure we have excellent relationships with new and current donors and retain and grow our Individual Giving.
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a friendly team; we offer a supportive work environment with hybrid / or remote working in place. The Senior Individual Giving Co-ordinator will play an important part in the charities ambitious growth and will have the opportunity to make their own mark on this particular area of income for the charity.
With a minimum of two years’ experience across individual giving, this role will suit a confident fundraiser who is able to use their skills to develop an individual giving programme, generate fundraising income and achieve income targets. You will also have sound knowledge and a thorough understanding of the principles and practices of acquisition, donor journey development and motivations for giving.
With our central office based in central Liverpool, the post holder will ideally work from the Charity’s Central Office, but will be able to work from home for a minimum of two days a week. Remote working applications from candidates based in other areas across the country will also be considered.
The successful candidate will be required to undergo a DBS check for enhanced disclosure.
The Senior Individual Giving Officer will report to the Head of Fundraising and will be part of a team consisting of a Trusts and Foundations Fundraiser, Community Fundraising Co-ordinator and Fundraising Assistant.
About the Huntington’s Disease Association
The Huntington's Disease Association is the only organisation across England and Wales offering support to people affected by Huntington's disease. Huntington's disease is a life-limiting, genetic disorder that causes the breakdown of nerve cells in the brain. This leads to symptoms affecting three main areas, movement, behaviour and cognition.
The Huntington’s Disease Association was formed in 1971, we are celebrating our 50th anniversary this year. In that time, we have supported thousands of families and individuals affected by Huntington’s disease; as well as the health and social care professionals who support them. This is an exciting time to join the charity as we enter our next strategic planning cycle; we have recently invested in fundraising, communications and operations; and have received national press coverage for our awareness raising campaign, #FamilyMatters working in partnership with other organisations.
How to apply
You can apply by emailing us your CV and cover letter detailing your relevant skills and why you want the position along with a completed safer recruitment form to recruitment @ hda. org. uk
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Closing date for applications is 5pm on Monday 12 July 2021.
Interviews will be held on Tuesday 20 July via zoom.
Please email a cover letter and CV along with a completed Safer Recruitment form.
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