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World Congress Fundraising Manager - EXPIRED

Job Title World Congress Fundraising Manager - EXPIRED
Contract Type Contract
Location Cambridge
Salary £30k per year
Job Published 05 Aug 2016
REF J57071
Contact Name Regional Team
Contact Email

Job Description - EXPIRED

TPP are working with an international environmental charity, based in Cambridge, who are looking to recruit a Fundraising Manager on a fixed term contract. This role will work in conjunction with the Chief Development Officer, and will lead a team of staff to develop and monitor a fundraising plan to secure the significant funding target required in order for the organisation to host its World Congress event in Singapore in October 2017.  

You will co-ordinate the fundraising efforts across the charity and it's wider network to ensure that all donors receive the relevant recognition ahead of and during the World Congress 2017, whilst also working to raise funding, awareness and support for the host charity in order to leave a positive lasting legacy of the International World Congress 2017.

In order to be considered for this role, you will be able to demonstrate:

•    A proven track record of successful fundraising planning, monitoring and delivery, preferably on an international basis.
•    The ability to assess market opportunities to maximise funding and devise innovative ways to seek new fundraising opportunities as well as new donor and sponsor engagement techniques.
•    The ability to communicate effectively with people from many different cultures and backgrounds.
•    A preparedness to travel regularly between the UK and Singapore.

Previous experience of working in Singapore or other parts of Asia would be highly advantageous, as would experience of hosting a global charity event.

If you are interested in this excellent opportunity, please send through an updated CV in response to this advert. Alternatively, contact Matt Adams on the TPP Fundraising team for a confidential discussion.

Ref: EXPIRED - J57071 | Published: 05th Aug 2016