Are you an experienced Charity Fundraiser looking for a new opportunity? As Philanthropy Manager for Hospiscare, you will work within the Fundraising team and manage trusts and major donor income streams. 30 or 37.5 hours per week.
Philanthropy Manager responsibilities include:
- Manage and develop Trusts and Major Donor budgets & pipelines to maximise these income streams
- Collaborate with senior colleagues from across the organisation to develop suitable projects for funding
- Formulate individualised and tailored funding applications to ensure budgets are met
Philanthropy Manager requirements include:
- Graduate with relevant degree (e.g Business) or equivalent experience
- Demonstrable experience of building and monitoring budgets and pipelines
- Substantial experience of researching and writing funding applications and bids
- Team management experience
Package for Philanthropy Manager:
If you would like to work within a collaborative and innovative charitable organisation, then look no further! A wide range of benefits are on offer including:
- 25 days holiday plus Bank Holidays, rising to 27 days + BHs after one year with further increases following on from that
- Great personal development and career progression opportunities (including up to five days of study leave per annum)
- Pension scheme - employer contribution 6%, employee contribution 4%
- Employee Assistance Programme
- Cycle To Work Scheme
- Hybrid working
- Free onsite parking
- Great subsidised staff canteen
Other organisations may call this role Philanthropy Gifts Manager, Major Gifts Philanthropy Manager, Principal Philanthropy Manager, Major Giving Manager, Fundraiser, Fundraising Manager
Exeter Community Initiatives is a dynamic local charity supporting disadvantaged people in Exeter and beyond. We are looking for a new member of our team to develop and implement a fundraising strategy for ECI to increase income and support for the charity to support current and future projects. The successful candidate will have significant experience of raising funding from trusts and foundations. We would be pleased to receive applications from people who would like more flexible working arrangements.
The priorities for the role in the coming year are to secure funding to grow and develop our work with adults with complex lives to engage in creative and meaningful activities in response to increased demand, and to begin work ensure the sustainability of our children and families services. This will involve submitting regular funding applications and supporting service managers develop business plans for their area of work.
The Fundraising Manager will be responsible for the line-management of the Community Fundraising Co-ordinator. This is a new role to increase individual and corporate giving, through campaigns, events, charity partnerships and regular donations.
The post-holder will play a leading role helping shape a dynamic ‘Development Team’ involving with the Development Manager, Service Project Managers, and the newly appointed Community Fundraising Coordinator and Communications Officer.
This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a charity that has been at the heart of the city for nearly thirty years. We are looking for someone not afraid of a challenge, encourages diversity and understands the power of community and mutual responsibility in changing peoples’ lives.
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