Fundraising and Marketing Manager
Salary - £29k - £32k
Location - Birmingham
Type - Contract
Discipline - Fundraising
Agency Contact - Nikki Gambles
Reference - J20021
We are delighted to be heading up the search party for an extraordinary disability charity whose remarkable work helps to support people living with disabilities across the West Midlands to fulfil their potential and live the lives they choose. Their services include high-quality care, and counselling alongside innovative projects supporting disabled people with their finances and employment.
This is a forward-thinking, progressive and creative organisation with some hugely inspiring, original projects. The charity is now on the search for a talented Fundraising and Marketing Manager (12-month maternity cover) to help secure long-term sustainability from trusts and grants. This charity already has a strong track record of fundraising, as well as a high energy, an enthusiastic team and a real desire and ambition to do big things.
To apply you will be a highly skilled writer with strong relationship development and management skills. With a passion and creativity for writing successful applications, you will be responsible for researching a regular and reliable pipeline of new prospects, developing trusts and grant proposals, whilst also leveraging existing relationships. Responsibility also includes growing the charities marketing strategy and delivering marketing campaigns for key fundraising and awareness activities.
This is a part time (21 hours a week), the role also comes with a very flexible working pattern, allowing you to choose the hours you work either from the head office in Birmingham or from home (monthly visits to the head office will be required)
If you’re as excited by this opportunity as we are, please send a copy of your CV to our West Midlands consultant, Nikki Gambles, for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: ASAP
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