£29,588 - 31,846 per year
over 3 years ago
This well respected humanitarian organisation is recruiting for an interim Major donor Officer. This role focusses specifically on overseeing the increase and cultivation of major donor prospects and being responsible for achieving significant income for the organisation. The position will be a great opportunity for an individual with a strong record of implementing and developing existing major gift programmes, to join this organisation at an exciting time.
The key responsibilities for this role include:
- Increasing and cultivating major donor prospects, using engaging and relevant fundraising propositions
- Lead and implement the organisation’s existing strategy for major donor supporters
- Lead and implement existing strategy for corporate support and partnerships
- Plan and deliver high quality major donor cultivation and stewardship events
- Manage relationships with fundraising companies
The successful applicant will have the following skills and experience:
- Strong track record of implementing major donor programmes, including acquisition and retention
- Experience of organising cultivation events
- Ability to project manage
- Considerable experience in relationship management
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Closing Date: 21st October 2015
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