Worcester, Worcestershire
£18,000 - £25,500 per year (depending on experience)
Contract, 12 months, Part-time, Full-time
Job description

Are you a fantastic fundraiser with a love for all things digital? If yes, we want you to join our team. 

Overview

To be responsible for increasing income via online and community fundraising channels as well as developing our virtual fundraising events and making compelling applications to grants and trusts. 

In addition, you will be expected to monitor income from in memoriam donations, regular givers and payroll giving.

This role is initially providing maternity cover for our Community Fundraising Officer position. You should be in post before they go on maternity leave to ensure a smooth handover of responsibilities. There is the possibility of developing this position into an additional permanent role beyond the maternity cover.

Further information about the role can be found in the downloadable Job Description below

Additional information

Job title:  Individual Giving Officer

Hours: Full-time (Equivalent to 37.5 hours a week). Part-time and flexible working options will be considered.

Remuneration: £18,000 to £25,500 per annum (depending on experience)

Type of contract: 12-month contract

Location: Flexible, with frequent travel to Worcester (all staff currently working from home due the pandemic).

Report to: Communications and Fundraising Manager, Director of Communications and Fundraising

Who we are and what we do

In 1969, a group of parents whose children had been diagnosed with leukaemia came together to create a support network. Now over 50 years later, we continue their work in providing information and support to anybody affected by leukaemia and other blood cancer types. 

We have a wide-range of services aimed at patients and their loved ones from diagnosis and beyond. 

Our support services range from nurse-led helplines, support groups and free-of-charge medical information to access to paid counselling, grants for those feeling the financial strain of a diagnosis and providing buddies so people always have somebody to talk to who have experienced something similar to them. 

Crucial to our work is raising awareness of leukaemia as a blood cancer and the importance for early diagnosis. As well as working to educate the general public through our #SpotLeukaemia campaign, we are working closely with our colleagues working in front line medical services to ensure they have the most up-to-date information on diagnosing leukaemia. We know that by raising awareness and working to educate health care professionals, we can save lives and improve outcomes.

For further information on the role, please see our Job Description below. 

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Leukaemia Care

In 1969, a group of parents whose children had been diagnosed with leukaemia came together to create a support network. Now over 50 years later... Read more

Posted on: 16 June 2021
Closed date: 28 June 2021
Tags: Fundraising, Digital

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