Legacy Team Assistant Jobs in Newcastle
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This is a new position within the team, the role holder will be responsible for generating a diverse income and ensuring that our fundraising activities align with our strategic priorities. They will work closely with the Operations Manager, as well as the Finance and Communications team.
Working closely with colleagues across the organisation you will develop strong and compelling fundraising bids for a range of trusts, grant funders and government funding streams. You will support the Management Team to develop and deliver an effective, values-based fundraising strategy in line with our strategic priorities. You will also work closely with the Finance and Communications Team to attract diverse streams of income and develop innovative ways of reaching donors as well as demonstrating the impact of SWA’s work. Building a network of effective relationships with grant making bodies as well as corporate and community partners and stakeholders will be integral to the role.
What We Need: We’re looking for someone with experience in a similar role, with specific experience of developing and writing successful funding applications from a wide range of funding sources, preferably in a similar context. We’re looking for someone with skills across a range of fundraising profiles, with experience of developing legacy and corporate fundraising streams as well as community fundraising. We ask that you are a self-starter, ready to apply these skills creatively to meet our strategic priorities. Excellent written and verbal communications skills go without saying: you’ll be skilled in the ability to engage confidently with a range of different audiences, and be adept at writing to suit them, working alongside colleagues across SWA to co-produce bids, reports and evaluations for funders.
We’re looking for someone who has;
- Knowledge of ethical fundraising and charity law as applied to the fundraising environment in Scotland.
- Demonstrable track record of developing and writing successful funding applications, from a wide range of relevant funding sources.
- Highly organised approach to effective planning, delivery and the development of funding applications.
- Awareness and understanding of the feminist analysis of domestic abuse and the impact on women, children and young people.
What we offer: For further information about the range of benefits offered by Scottish Women’s Aid, please refer to the application pack – Grants and Fundraising Officer Advert.
Please note, applications will be accepted from women only under Schedule 9, part 1 of the Equality Act 2010. Scottish Women’s Aid is an equal opportunities employer, all women, including women with the protected characteristic of gender reassignment, may apply for women-only roles.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Job Type: Full time
Contract Type: Fixed Term Contract
Salary: £26,330 - £29,256
Closing date: 12-03-2024
There’s never been a better time to join our clients team! They have an ambitious new strategy that they’re launching in April 2024 – and they want you to be part of it. There are loads of reasons to love cycling, even if you’re not someone who cycles. From cutting pollution, to making us healthier and happier, cycling can help us all thrive.
They want everyone to enjoy the benefits cycling offers to people and the planet.
They’ll be sharing more information on their strategy soon but, it will focus on encouraging more short journeys by bike; promoting cycling as a popular, enjoyable, and safe activity for everyone; and striving to make every cycling experience a great one. Go with them on their journey and help them have more impact than ever before!
Their Cycling development officers are a key local contact across the network of Community Cycle Clubs and stakeholders, enabling opportunities to cycle in an inclusive manner. This will work to increase levels of physical activity, encourage cycling as a mode of transport and present pathways to cycling as a sport.
This role will be tasked to manage key relationships in the designated local area with stakeholders who have an interest in, or an affiliation to cycling. This could include, but is not limited to, bike re-cycle centres, youth groups, extracurricular school groups, social enterprises and established not for profit organisations.
They would love to hear from you if you have a good understanding of the local community to develop and deliver projects which meet local need to address health, social and economic inequalities across the designated region. You must be able to easily travel as this role also includes delivery of physical activity initiatives to groups of people.
Explore the attached job description for full details on this exciting opportunity. Complete the application form expressing why you are the right candidate for this opening. Focus on gearing your supporting statement to exemplify how your skills and experience match the requirements of the role, directly referring to the person specification. This enables the selection panel to assess your relative strengths against the specified criteria.
They are an inclusive organisation and would particularly welcome applications from candidates from a broad range of backgrounds. They strongly believe that diversity strengthens their work. If you are already passionate about cycling, that’s great, many of them are too! But if you are simply really excellent at what you do, no matter what your background, that is what matters most to them.
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