Oxenhope, West Yorkshire
£40,000 per year
Permanent, Part-time, Full-time
This recruiter is scheduling interviews as the applications come in. So apply now!
Job description

Director of Development Job Description

Hours:                          22.5 - 37.5 hours per week (negotiable)

Salary:                          £40k per annum (Pro-rata)

Reporting to:               Chief Operating Officer

Location:                      Cornerstone, Mercy UK, West Yorkshire 

Application Deadline:   Open until a suitable candidate is found 

Interview:                      Applicants deemed suitable for the role will be invited to engage with

                                        key members of the team before consideration for a Formal interview

Interview dates are:      27th April, 29th April, 17th May

Please note: This position carries an Occupational Requirement (OR) on the grounds of religion and belief in keeping with current guidance. The post holder must demonstrate an active Christian belief and value system in line with Mercy UK’s core objectives and values. 

Here at Mercy UK we have a passion for God, passion for people and passion for excellence – this means we are committed to becoming an organisation where team members feel supported, valued and challenged to deepen their personal and professional growth. As an agile and fast-moving team, we seek to give our very best to what we do in attitude and activity.

As the Director of Development, you are a strategic member of the Senior Leadership Team, working collaboratively with peer members in directing significant and strategic business development plans. As an innovative director, you embrace ambitious financial targets and confidently lead on the production of professional high-value fundraising and trading proposals and hold a good track record of success.

You are a discerning leader, highly motivated at the prospect of shaping fundraising and communications for Mercy UK at a pivotal stage in the charity’s growth.

Your experience in communications enables you to inject the Mercy UK ‘voice’ in both internal and external communications, both written and spoken and in doing so, you are able to engage and retain stakeholders as integral players in the Mercy story.

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Person Specification (.pdf)
Application Form (.docx)
Recruitment Pack (.pdf)
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Refreshed on: 02 May 2021
Closing date: 22 May 2021
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