£45000.00 - £55000.00 per annum
7 months ago
A worldwide leading humanitarian charity based in the heart of London are actively recruiting for a bright, tenacious and experienced Interim Head of Institutional Funding for a 6 month period.
This is a significant role within this organisation leading on the review and implementation of the Institutional fundraising strategy for both their UK and International work.
The role is part of the Fundraising's Senior Leadership team and provides vision, strategic direction and leadership to ensure the charity maximise funding and influence through institutional partnerships. The role matrix manages a team of 27 FTE including dispersed staff and works with stakeholders across the entire organisation, notably at senior level within Operations and Policy & Advocacy.
Key duties for this role will include:
*To be responsible for the development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of an annual Institutional fundraising strategy to achieve annual financial and non-financial targets.
*To oversee and quality assure the team's input into the development of annual restricted fundraising plans for the UK and International services/thematic areas, ensuring the institutional funding strategy is strategically aligned with the organisations operational priorities and dovetails with other funding streams' strategies.
*To be the lead on Institutional Fundraising within the organisation with authority to make decisions about Institutional Fundraising policy and strategy on behalf of other managers where applicable.
*To lead communications on Institutional fundraising via all mediums including website.
*To work closely and pro-actively with other teams and senior stakeholders within the organisation and beyond as appropriate to identify and unlock Institutional funding streams to maintain sustainable financial support for the charity's work.
*To ensure that the team undertakes significant networking, research and information gathering on a regular basis to stay appraised of all the latest trends affecting Institutional fundraising and to gain intelligence on Institutional funding streams to inform account plans and the overall strategy.
*To guide fundraisers in the development account management plans and fundraising proposals and to retain oversight of the quality of Institutional funding submissions.
*To lead on the development of large and complex funding proposals to major Institutional funding streams where needed.
*To provide expertise in brokering both financial and non-financial relationships with institutions.
*To work with and support senior managers to develop strategies and plans that are attractive to external funders.
*To ensure that systems are in place for the team to provide effective stewardship of funds, meeting all donor terms and drawing income down to schedule.
*To ensure the fundraising database is accessed and updated as per agreed guidelines and that fundraisers are consistently adhering to internal business development tools and processes.
*To develop and motivate team members to sustain high performance, through effective challenge, prioritisation support, learning and development support, career planning and performance management.
*To ensure that all team members understand their responsibilities and objectives and to keep staff informed of relevant organisational plans and updates on development.
*To effectively lead and support team members through change.
This role will compliment a driven, smart working, proactive and personable candidate who in return for their effective smart work will receive an excellent working environment, the chance to work with a truly valuable and well known organisation and implement some very worth while and much needed work.
If you have the necessary skill set and experience and are immediately available to start work in January 2020 then please submit to TPP Recruitment today a copy of your most up to date CV along with your contact details.
Please note ***The closing date for applications for this role is the 2nd January 2020 and interviews will take place in London on the 9th January 2020.***