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Doncaster Deaf Trust
£24,000 - £26,000 per year
Seeking an experienced, creative and enthusiastic individual to join a new fundraising team at Doncaster Deaf Trust.

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Doncaster, South Yorkshire
£24,000 - £26,000 per year
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

It's our mission to provide outstanding specialist education and care services for people who are deaf or have other communication difficulties and learning disabilities. And with over 190 years experience, we are a leading UK provider.

On our 12 acre site opposite the Racecourse we own and manage a nursery (0-5 years), a school (4-19 years) A college (16-25 years) and an employment unit that assists adults (18-64). The Trust also owns and manages a care home for school-aged children.

Our facilities are dedicated to assisting people who have a broad range of disabilities, including deafness and hearing impairment, Asperger's Syndrome, Autism Spectrum Conditions and Downs Syndrome, to name but a few.

We tailor our intervention for each of those we support via an inspirational staff team, many having worked with us for decades, it really does feel like a family. As a registered charity we receive no central Government funding so generating fundraised income has been identified as a priority as we continually upgrade our facilities.

The role

This is a fantastic opportunity for someone to join our Doncaster team in what is a new role, to help us build our income to support and sustain the vital work we do across all our services. In addition to this role, we will also be seeking a part time Trusts & Foundations Fundraiser as we develop a new team.

It is a broad and varied job where you can really make your mark. The role will suit a self-motivated, creative and enthusiastic individual who is well organised, a great communicator and passionate about supporting young people with a disability. And this really is a wonderful charity to work in!

As Corporate & Community Fundraiser, you can expect to create and deliver exciting and purposeful fundraising initiatives at a local and regional level in support of our income expectations.  This being a new role, there is real opportunity to innovate as we engage with both the Community and Corporate sector from a standing start. That said, we are well known within Doncaster having had a presence for over 190 years, and you will certainly benefit from the knowledge of our wider team. In this respect you will need a can-do attitude and the willingness to roll up your sleeves and jump right in. 

Can you Demonstrate:

  • At least two year’s experience of Corporate and Community fundraising, preferably from a standing start and with evidence of success in developing new relationships and meeting income targets.
  • Membership and training through the Institute of Fundraising, ideally with an associated fundraising qualification.
  • Track record of delivering creative propositions to a wide range of sector types (churches, schools, rotary, Lions, WI’s, retail, corporate and others.
  • Managed the donor journey through third party event planning and participation, maximising income, generating opportunities whilst developing a growing and motivated supporter base.
  • Excellent ICT skills and proficiency in Microsoft outlook, word, excel and PowerPoint.

Doncaster Deaf Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young adults. The Trust supports Equal Opportunities in employment and welcomes applications from all areas of the community. We operate a no-smoking policy across our campus.

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Job Description - Corporate and Community Fundraiser May 2021.docx (.docx)
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Posted on: 23 June 2021
Closing date: 14 July 2021
Tags: Fundraising

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