£36000 - £38000 per annum + pension, flexible working, 33 days holiday
11 months ago
I am currently working with a great health based charity who are in search of their next Senior Fundraising Manager - could this be you?!
The purpose of this role is to maximise the charity's income from a variety of resources. The main focus of this role lies within Trusts & Grants as this is an established and achieving area, raising an income of £90,000. This is a mixture of both existing and new Trust & Grants. They are now looking to grow this area further and increase the income that is being generated. This is a big element of the role, therefore you must be able to demonstrate key knowledge and experience within Trusts Fundraising.
The other two areas of the role are Individual Giving and Corporate Fundraising - both of which are developing areas. This is a great organisation which have established these two areas as growth and would like to expand to maximise income in other income streams.
As part of Individual Giving, you will be developing relationships with existing donors as well as identifying potential major donors, nurturing these relationships all the while. In terms of Corporate Fundraising, you will be managing the current corporate partnership which is worth £30,000 and developing new contacts to expand and build on new partnerships.
This is a small organisation where everyone works collaboratively to ensure they are doing their all in support of the great cause. This is a chance for you to get involved with a great team, a great charity and a great role to show off your skills and experience to help develop the organisations Fundraising team.
Do you have what it takes to do this?
In return, you will be offered a competitive salary ranged between £36,000 - £38,000, along with fantastic benefits:
- 5% pension scheme
- 33 days holiday (including bank holidays)
- Flexible working (post probation)
If this role sounds of interest to you and you have the required experience and skills for it, please give me a call to discuss the role further. I look forward to hearing from you.