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Gloucestershire Community Foundation
Multiple Locations
£30,000 - £35,000 per year
The Philanthropy Manager will be joining us at a time of exciting change, an opportunity to contribute and shape the future of GCF.
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The National Brain Appeal
London
£47,154 per year
We're looking for an experienced philanthropy manager to join our team.
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The UK Committee for UNICEF (UNICEF UK)
Multiple Locations
£29,000 per year
This is a great opportunity to join the UK Committee for UNICEF (UNICEF UK) and our ambitious and successful Philanthropy team.

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Cleveland Clinic London
London
£80,000 - £100,000 per year
CCL is seeking an outstanding individual that will assist in overseeing all philanthropic activity for a variety of clinical programs.
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Cheltenham, Gloucestershire
Gloucestershire
£30,000 - £35,000 per year
Permanent, Part-time, 32
This recruiter is scheduling interviews as the applications come in. So apply now!
Job description

Philanthropy Manager: Hours of work: 32 hours/week - over 4-5 days - flexibility offered. 

Salary: UPTO £35,000 FTE experience depending. 

Place of work: Home based & other local locations that suit team meetings.

The Philanthropy Manager will be joining us at a time of exciting change and will have an opportunity to contribute and shape the future of GCF. Thus, it is an out standing career opportunity for the right person who will bring professionalism and efficiency to our organisation and at the same time make the role their own.

The Philanthropy Manager is essentially our business development manager, a key member of the Senior Management Team working alongside our Grants Manager and CEO.

We however are not on our own, we are part of the powerful UK Community Foundation network, working alonside 46 other community foundations across the UK. We are all independant charities, but part of the membership organistion, where we have the advantage of sharing all we do. Read more "UK Community Foundations" as being connected nationally is hugely advantagous to our work locally.

  • Work with the CEO to develop and drive forward the Foundations Donor Development and Philanthropy advice strategy.
  • To contribute as a member of the Senior Management team (SMT) to the overall strategic direction of the organisation and delivery of the foundations vision, mission and values.
  • Develop growth in our philanthropy advice service by creating all new GCF frameworks and guide to giving, as outlined by UKCF.
  • Develop with the CEO a clear Marketing and Comms strategy (with view to line manage a MarComm’s member of staff)
  • Working with the Grants Team, develop and deliver all marketing content to support a philanthropy focus.
  • Develop annual business plans, monitor and report on progress.
  • Build a strong culture of philanthropy in the county through strong relationship management, PR and profile raising.
  • Establish a strong pipeline of donors, achieving sales targets set for high-net-worth individuals, corporates, trusts and grants.
  • Undertake research to identify, track and attract potential donors to ensure that financial donations targets are met.
  • Work with the CEO on new business development, new contracts and partnership agreements.
  • Lead and develop our philanthropy CRM system on Salesforce as well as utilising SharePoint.
  • Use strong networking skills when attending events and build new relationships that are of use now and in the future.
  • Write fundraising proposals and reports to individuals, businesses and charitable trusts.
  • Develop and deliver annual fundraising appeals and contribute to the development of events.
  • Undertake any other reasonable duties and responsibilities as directed by the CEO, deputising for the CEO as required.

Responsible to : CEO

  • The position is offered at 32 hours/week, spread over a minimum of 4 days
  • Monday to Friday, with very occasional weekend and evening duties
  • A two-year contract, after which funding dependent (however this role is likely to grow)
  • Working from home and from other local locations, 2x hot desks for staff in Gloucestershire available.
  • Induction training is offered
  • There will be a 6-month probationary period
  • There is auto-enrolment to the NEST pension after 3 months
  • There are 25 days holiday per annum, pro rata, in addition to public holidays
  • We also offer an enhanced annual leave, an extra 3 days off between Xmas and NY
  • Current driving licence and access to a vehicle is required

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Posted on: 18 October 2021
Closing date: 17 November 2021
Job ref: Philanthropy Manager
Tags: Communications, PR,Business Development

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