£23.3k - 27.7k per year
about 3 years ago
Trust and Grants Fundraiser – Conservation Charity –Either 12 month fixed term contact (or 24 months part time) – £23,300 to £27,700 - J53784EJT
TPP are working with a well-loved Conservation Charity who have been protecting and securing the future of the environment around them for over 30 years. We are looking for a passionate Trust and Grants Fundraiser who will play a key part within their Fundraising Team. You will need to have experience in business development and account management, this can either be within a charitable organisation or within the commercial sector. You will also have significant experience in developing and managing valuable relationships with charitable trusts and foundations.
You will work alongside the Head of Fundraising and the Campaigns team, to secure funding and will ensure that the highest levels of customer service are demonstrated at all times. You, the Trust and Grants Fundraiser will manage their existing relationships with grant givers and identify new trusts and foundations in order for them to continue this vital work.
This role offers a vast amount of flexibility candidates can choose from full time, part time or from homebased working. Please note that there will be visits to their head office within the West Midlands.
This an exciting opportunity for someone with the following abilities:
- Detailed and practical understanding of Trust and Grants fundraising
- Proven track record of raising funds from charitable Trusts, Foundations and Statutory bodies
- Demonstrable ability to write compelling and innovative proposals and funding reports
- Experienced in confidently representing the organisation to potential and existing funders
- Demonstrable negotiating and influencing skills
Closing Date: 1st December 2015
To discuss the role in more detail please call Ellisa Thompson 0191 2299595
To apply for this fantastic role please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting reference J5 and the job title Trust and Grants fundraiser