The Eve Appeal is the UK's leading national charity funding research into, and raising awareness of, the five gynaecological cancers – womb, ovarian, cervical, vulval and vaginal.
As our Public Fundraising Officer, you will focus on delivering an exceptional supporter experience – deepening relationships and maximising overall value – across a range of supporters. This role works across individual giving (including in memory and gifts in Wills), sporting events & challenges and community fundraising.
You will work across Facebook advertising, email campaigns and print newsletters and appeals. And you will benefit from a strong programme that has consistently over-performed for the past two years.
You will benefit from an experienced and supportive line manager, a culture open to change and new thoughts and experiences, and a team committed to delivering the best fundraising we can, which will greatly aid your development as a fundraiser.
This role could suit a proven officer from one or all of the public fundraising disciplines, someone with experience looking for their first step up into an officer-level role, or a person with transferrable skills looking to move into fundraising in the charity sector.
The Eve Appeal is striving to create a workplace that reflects the communities we seek to serve and in which everyone feels empowered to be themselves and work together to drive positive change. We strongly encourage applicants from a diverse range of candidates. No formal qualifications are needed for this role, and we encourage everyone with the appropriate skills, experiences and potential to apply.
To apply for this role, please send an up-to-date CV along with a cover letter (of not more than two sides of A4) demonstrating your suitability for the role as outlined in the job description and person specification.
NB we may hold rolling interviews for this specific post, and reserve the right to close the role early should a suitable applicant be found.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.