***Senior Public Fundraising Manager***
Scope of the role
This role is responsible for the strategic development of the Public Fundraising portfolio, covering Individual Giving, Legacies, In Memory, Events and in time our fledgling Community programme. It is an exciting time to join our team, with huge potential for the right person to come in and develop a new audience led approach to Public Fundraising, based on data and insight. We’re keen to do more digitally, and aren’t afraid to test and learn.
Core Duties & Responsibilities
- Lead on the development and delivery of SeeAbility’s Public Fundraising strategy, in order to meet agreed financial targets and KPIs.
- Use a range of direct marketing channels and techniques to recruit and retain supporters across multiple products, including cash, regular giving, lottery, events, legacies.
- Responsible for ensuring efficient and effective Supporter Care is carried out by the team, and building good relationships with supporters to maximise income generation.
- Develop and deliver high-quality, creative and effective new fundraising products and initiatives, and drive forward innovation in digital fundraising.
- Develop and oversee SeeAbility’s supporter journey, using data analysis and insights to ensure the effective stewardship of supporters.
- Lead and manage the Public Fundraising Team, developing talent, and creating a high performing team who work closely with colleagues across the organisation.
A full Job Description is enclosed.
Who are you?
You’re a talented fundraiser with proven experience of developing and implementing a fundraising strategy across individual giving and ideally one of either legacy, in-memory, or community fundraising programmes. Your direct marketing skills are excellent, and you’ll have a proven ability to successfully apply these to a range of products and audiences in order to increase income. You are audience led, and make decisions based on the right thing for them, not you. Ideally, you’ll also have experience of managing either third party or owned events, and genuinely care about giving outstanding support to your participants in order to generate more money for SeeAbility.
You’re a people person, able to build great relationships with supporters, colleagues and suppliers alike. You’ll be familiar with using relational databases, and enjoy getting to grips with data, numbers and processes, and be able to interrogate and communicate complex financial or data analysis to a range of audiences. You’ll be passionate about creating a strong team around you, willing to flex and support each other and their colleagues, and able to develop the talent your team has. We’re a small team so you’ll also have a ‘can do’ attitude, and be willing to give things a try.
Salary: £42,000 - £45,000 subject to experience
- 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays
- Fully paid mandatory/statutory training
- Leadership Development Academy and talent programme
- Annual Excellence Awards to celebrate outstanding work
- Long service awards to recognise loyalty and commitment
- Life events: leave for when you need it the most
- Rolling pay reviews and commitment to pay competitive rates of pay
- A competitive pension scheme
- Season ticket loans
- Life assurance twice annual salary
- Cycle to work scheme
- Discount gym membership
- Health care cash plan
- Employee Assistance Programme for support in times of need
- Eye care vouchers
- Opportunities throughout the year to visit services, meet colleagues and people we support
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