Job title: Philanthropy Manager (Trusts) x 2
Department: Major Giving
Salary: £24,261 to £33,301 per annum (plus Inner London Allowance of £3,366 if eligible)
Location: Shoreditch, London
The Major Giving Department at the NSPCC has two exciting opportunities for experienced fundraisers to become part of a professional and motivated team generating significant income (five, six and seven-figures) from trusts and foundations. The Trusts & Statutory Team are responsible for increasing the number of successful grants awarded to the charity from institutional funders across England, Wales and Northern Ireland, with an annual income target of more than £6million.
As a Philanthropy Manager, you will work closely with the Senior Philanthropy Manager and Associate Head of Philanthropy to secure funding for the charity. In order to succeed, you will effectively collaborate with a broad range colleagues and external stakeholders to ensure our funders are fully informed and engaged in the work of the NSPCC.
Despite the ongoing challenges of the pandemic, the team is performing extremely well and in an strong position for the year ahead. With the ongoing support of your colleagues, this is an ideal opportunity for an experienced fundraiser to make a significant contribution to the fight for every childhood.
The successful candidates will have:
- Excellent interpersonal and relationship building skills (with both colleagues and funders)
- Experience of working with trusts and foundations, successfully bidding for their support and providing ongoing stewardship
- Proven success in delivering financial objectives through engaging funders, writing proposals and internal bid management
- The ability to produce compelling written material of the highest quality
As an organisation, we are committed to creating and fostering a culture that promotes safeguarding and the welfare of all children and adults at risk. Our safer recruitment practices support this by ensuring that there is a consistent and thorough process of obtaining, collating, analysing and evaluating information from and about candidates to ensure that all persons appointed are suitable to work with our children and adults.