London, Greater London
£26,000.00 - £28,000.00 per year
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

You are an ambitious fundraiser with an interest in developing your Individual Giving career.  You can motivate yourself to meet challenges and you’d love the chance to make a massive difference at an amazing charity.

A spinal cord injury can be life-changing.  Around 50,000 people in the UK are affected, and you can give them hope by working for a charity that’s determined to find effective treatments.

Spinal Research is here to give hope to everyone living with paralysis as a result of a spinal cord injury.  Our focus is to find an effective treatment that not only improves sensation and movement for people living with paralysis but brings us closer to a day when we finally conquer it.  Our pioneering work has led to recent clinical trials, but our world-class research relies on dynamic fundraising.  That’s where you come in.

As the Individual Giving Fundraiser you’ll create fabulous appeals that inspire people to donate to this incredible charity.  You’ll also manage the budget carefully and attract new supporters in a cost-effective way.  And while you’ll lead the individual giving programme, you’ll work closely with other fundraisers in the team, gaining experience in other disciplines.  You will make a success of it by being organised, proactive and having good attention to detail.

Imagine how proud you’ll feel, knowing you’re making such a difference.

To apply to join this energetic team email your CV and a covering statement telling us why you’re interested in the role and showing us why you’re right for the job (please keep it brief! No more than 2 pages please!)  The closing date for applications is 9am on Monday 11th November and we will be holding interviews in the following week.

Discover more about this opportunity by reading the attached Job Description. 35 hours a week, 25 days paid holiday and 8% non-contributory pension.

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Spinal Research

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Posted on: 10 October 2019
Closed date: 09 November 2019
Tags: Fundraising

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