Up to £31000.00 per annum
10 months ago
SPANA is working exclusively with TPP in their search for a Senior Trusts Officer to start ASAP at their offices in London. Competitive salary offered (based on experience).
SPANA was established in 1923 to improve the welfare of working animals in the world's poorest communities, in turn benefiting the communities that depend on them. Around the developing world, over a billion people worldwide depend on animals for their livelihoods, each working animal supporting an extended family of up to 30 people.
The Senior Trusts Officer's role is to maximise income generated from charitable trusts, foundations and statutory sources. They are seeking an experienced fundraiser who can both maintain and grow the loyalty of our existing funders and expand our supporter base by reaching out into new markets and exploring new opportunities
Key responsibilities will include:
- To lead on generating income from trusts, to meet agreed annual targets.
- Write clear, concise and compelling proposals and submit in a timely manner.
- Deliver the trusts communications plan, managing all trust correspondence, including a small programme of mailings along with tailored proposals.
- Develop new and existing trust relationships through exemplary stewardship (feedback reports, mailings, phone calls, face to face, etc) to maximise long term income, secure new sources of funding, upgrade existing levels of giving, repeat donations and multi-year funding.
- Develop and deliver an annual activity calendar for the trust fundraising programme, including key pitches and progress reports.
- Take responsibility for the trusts fundraising budget, setting targets in collaboration with the Head of Philanthropy and monitoring the programme.
If you are interested in this role or wish to register with TPP to hear about future posts, please call Andrew on 020 7198 6040 or send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. We do try to get in touch with all applications of interest however due to the volume of applications we receive this isn't always possible.