Are you an experienced fundraiser with a flair for securing income from trusts and foundations?
After a number of years with us, our Fundraising Manager is moving on to a new role as Charity Director with a large NHS hospital trust. We plan to replace her with an ambitious candidate who will build on her excellent work and bring about a step change in the amount of money we raise from grant makers.
About the role we’re offering
This role is a fantastic opportunity for someone who already has some line management experience, or an ambitious fundraiser who is looking for their first management role. In particular, we’re looking for someone who has a proven track record of securing trust and grant income for capital and other projects, and the ability to significantly increase funding from this source. In addition, you’ll be responsible for the delivery of a comprehensive and cost-effective fundraising strategy, considering the whole suite of traditional and innovative fundraising techniques.
About Paul Strickland Scanner Centre
Based in the grounds of Mount Vernon Hospital, Paul Strickland Scanner Centre has been a pioneering, independent medical charity since 1985. Following an intense market research programme and stakeholder consultation, we recently rebranded and explicitly focussed our brand on cancer imaging, a field we’re an internationally recognised leader in and which is close to the heart of our patients.
Our business is providing CT, MRI and PET-CT scans for mainly cancer patients, and our scanners and other equipment are frequently updated to make sure our patients enjoy the highest quality care we can provide. We also support ground-breaking medical research to bring about breakthroughs in the diagnosis, monitoring and treatment of cancer.
All our staff are on NHS contracts, which means you will benefit from an excellent package, including regular opportunities for pay progression under the NHS Agenda for Change scheme, generous holiday allowance, flexible working and membership of the NHS pension scheme. This post qualifies for the NHS Outer London High Cost Area Supplement (HCAS) of 15% (maximum payment of £4,743, which has been included in the advertised salary.
We take real interest in the development of our staff and pride ourselves on providing excellent training and development opportunities.
We're only able to consider applications made through the NHS Jobs portal.
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