£45000.00 - £50000.00 per annum
7 months ago
TPP's Fundraising and Development team are supporting a fantastic national social mobility charity with the search for a Trusts and Foundations Fundraising Manager. This role, reporting to the CEO and works very closely with another Trusts and Foundations specialist with whom you will have joint responsibility for the charity's income generation. This is a home-based, part-time contract role (12 month fixed term contract - maternity cover) which will require semi-regular travel to London.
The charity has a good track record of working with Trusts and Foundations, and has ambitions to expand its work further across the UK. Consequently, they are looking for a Trusts and Foundations specialist to join the team to continue the development of their income generation strategy that maximises income from a diverse range of trusts and foundations (especially corporate foundations). You will have joint responsibility for managing the existing pipeline, researching future funding opportunities, submitting applications and producing written grant proposals.
In order to be considered for this role you will be able to demonstrate a proven track record of successful fundraising in this area, along with excellent research, written and oral communication skills. You will combine a hands-on approach with your expert knowledge, and have a talent for identifying new business opportunities. You will be self-motivated, collaborative and possess a "can-do" attitude. An interest in social mobility, youth social action and youth under employment will be highly advantageous.
This is an exciting opportunity for someone with knowledge of Trusts and Foundations who wishes to develop their fundraising career with a pioneering social mobility organisation. If you are interested in being considered, please send through an updated CV in response to this advert in the first instance. Alternatively, contact Matt Adams on the TPP Fundraising and Development team (tel: 0207 198 6040) for further information.