Job: Fundraising Development Executive / Gweithredwr Datblygiad Codi Arian
Salary: £20,000 - £22,000
Hours of work: Full time & Permanent (35 hours per week supported by flexible working)
Location: Home-based in Wales with frequent travel to our head office in Cardiff
You’ll need to apply by midnight on 27th June. Shortlisted applicants will be invited to a virtual interview on 1st or 2nd July.
Are we talking to you?
You’re looking to work for a Third sector organisation proud of its Welsh roots. You want a job that matters and you’re highly motivated by making a difference to the lives of people affected by cancer.
What you’ll be doing
This role is responsible for supporting the Fundraising Development Manager in managing and supporting the development of corporate fundraising, and the expansion of our individual fundraising products and offerings (Regular Giving, Pay Roll Giving, Lottery, Free Wills, and our Christmas Appeal). All with the aim to inspire people to support Tenovus Cancer Care.
You will work closely with the Fundraising Development Manager and the wider fundraising team to ensure we grow income, build, and develop long term relationships with our supporters and aid in the development of new fundraising opportunities, particularly over digital platforms.
Is this the one for you?
If you want to be part of a charity that has big plans and join us in being a leading voice for people affected by cancer in Wales, then we’d love to hear from you.
We could be a good match if your CV shows you’ve:
- Have experience seeking out opportunities to grow fundraising or product portfolios and monitoring the market and sector trends
- Have experience with innovation, development and implementation of project plans, marketing plans and budgets
- Experience of coordinating fundraising products and/ or marketing campaigns
A cancer diagnosis can be frightening and stressful. We can help. We bring expert advice, emotional support and life-saving treatment to the heart of communities. We help cancer patients and their loved ones cope, and our vital research gives hope.
We care about people affected by cancer and we make a real difference to lives. And we need like-minded people just like you to help us make a difference.
Our roles are popular with candidates because we’re a local employer with a good reputation working for a cause people are passionate about.
We’re hardworking and we love what we do. We also offer great benefits which include (pro-rata for part-time roles):
- Agile working
- 35 pro rata’d days holiday per year (including bank holidays) increases with length of service
- Occupational sick pay
- Contributory pension scheme
- Family friendly policies
Please apply with your CV and covering letter addressing the criteria stated in the Person Specification via the Tenovus Cancer Care website by midnight 27th June
You can find a copy of our Job Description and Person Specification on our website
For more information or assistance during the application process, please contact Sion Edwards, Head of Fundraising - Email can be found on our website
Tenovus Cancer Care is passionate about equality and diversity. As part of our cultural commitment, we welcome applications from all backgrounds and sections of the community. With Disability Confidence important to how we support and inspire people we welcome applications from people with a disability and will adjust our recruitment processes where we can.
Because we have a lot of applications for our roles, we’re not able to provide feedback to candidates who aren’t progressed to interview stage. Sometimes we may also need to close the vacancy for applications early due to the popularity of our advertised roles.
If you are looking for your next career challenge, we'd love to hear from you.
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- We’re committed to being transparent about how we collect and use data and to meeting our data protection obligations and you can find full details about this in our Job Application Privacy Notice on our Work for us page on the Tenovus Cancer Care website.