Greater London RM4, Romford

£21454.00 - £26382 per year

Permanent, Full-time

SFH 157 Fundraiser & SFH 158 Fundraiser (Legacy)

About the organisation

Saint Francis Hospice is an independent charity and one of the largest adult hospices in the UK. Our team of specialist consultants, doctors, n... Read more

Job Description

We are looking for two dynamic individuals to join our busy Fundraising team. The candidates need to be a highly motivated individual with strong communications skills and the ability to persuade, motivate and negotiate with people of all ages and ability. The individuals will be the first point of contact for supporters and will manage existing community fundraising relationships and develop new relationships; encourage them to support the Hospice through every appropriate fundraising channel, including face to face and regular giving products. Experience and knowledge of Legacy giving would be a strong advantage for one of the posts.

We are seeking proactive team players who are able to work well under pressure, use their own initiative and possess strong organisational skills. This is an excellent opportunity for individuals with previous fundraising experience and looking for a new challenge. If you want to be part of a dynamic team that raises funds to support vital end of life care services, this is the job for you!

All completed application forms must be sent directly to the HR Department or emailed to us at the address on our jobs page – please quote the appropriate reference number on your application.

CLOSING DATE:   1ST  APRIL 2019 AT 10AM

INTERVIEW DATE:  11TH APRIL 2019

Our Core Values

These values underpin all that our charity aspires to do and shape our external and internal behaviour.

Support

Share ideas and respect one another, encouraging everyone to succeed.

Fairness

Treat everyone as we would wish to be treated ourselves; be courteous an aware of how our words and actions affect others.

Honesty

Be open and accountable, working together for the benefit of our local community