Lingen Davies Cancer Fund exists to make a positive difference to lives affected by cancer in Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin, and Mid Wales. Our charity was launched in 1979 as the Cobalt Appeal; an appeal that raised funds to bring cancer services to Shropshire for the very first time. Since then, we have raised an estimated £20 million, in today’s money, to support local services, and over 85,000 people have benefitted from projects we have supported. Our work is focussed in three key areas: cancer prevention and early diagnosis, excellent treatment delivered locally, and living well with and beyond cancer.
We celebrated our 40th Anniversary in 2019, and as we look to the future we have big ambitions. Rates of cancer diagnoses are increasing, but treatments continue to evolve and improve, meaning more people survive their experience of cancer. We want to make sure that everyone with cancer in our community has access to the best possible services and support.
To support our ambitions, we want to significantly increase and diversify our income, so we are seeking an exceptional Development Manager to join our small but highly effective staff team and lead on our income generation work. We are exceptionally lucky to have a strong base of support in our community, and we want to increase the reach of this throughout our community.
Alongside community fundraising, we are keen to develop new income streams, including trusts and foundations, corporate supporters, major donors and legacies.
Our new Development Manager will be an enthusiastic fundraiser, with experience of developing new income generation initiatives and thinking strategically. They will be adaptable, friendly and creative, with a genuine interest in supporting people with cancer in our community. They will be collaborative and appreciative of the charity’s history and values as they embrace and develop new projects.
The Development Manager will form part of the charity’s management team, supporting the wider organisation while focussing on achieving challenging income targets and providing line management to a Fundraiser.
This role is for two years in the first instance, extendable subject to income targets being reached.
All of our staff and volunteers are expected to work with the Lingen Davies values in mind. We are:
Ambitious and Committed
We will grow and develop, and be here to support people in our community with cancer, for many years to come
Honest and Resourceful
We use our money, time and resources wisely, making sure our charity is sustainable and we are having real impact
Experienced and Progressive
We remember and learn from our 40-year history, while we look for new and innovative ways to support people with cancer
Friendly and Supportive
We want people to enjoy being involved with Lingen Davies. We are welcoming, open and excited to hear about your ideas and stories
Proud to be Part of our Amazing Community
Our roots are in the people of Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin, and Mid Wales. We couldn’t do anything without our supporters, and we are so very proud to be making a positive difference here.
We offer you…
A friendly and dynamic working environment
Generous annual leave and a day off for your birthday
Workplace pension scheme
Opportunities to develop through training and on-the-job experience
The chance to work in an organisation that makes a real difference to the people in our community.
If you think you can help us make a positive difference to lives affected by cancer in Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin, and Mid Wales, we would love to hear from you.
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