Salary - £24k
Location - Manchester
Type - Perm
Discipline - Fundraising
Organisation - Leading Health Charity
Agency Contact - Amelia Lee
Reference - J20047
Health Charity, Salford, Greater Manchester
Office, home and flexible working
Flexible and open to some homeworking with a well-established supporter patch, we’re supporting a big-brand, high profile national health charity to find a dedicated and passionate Regional Fundraiser in Greater Manchester. Supporting people to rehabilitate and rebuild their lives after injury, you’ll be a local champion for fundraising activity, motivating and mobilising networks in your community.
We can guarantee a varied and exciting ‘no-two-days-the-same’ workload from traditional community fundraising activity (community groups, regional corporates, in-memory giving) and support for fundraising events, as well as recruiting fundraisers for third party challenge events.
You’ll be a team player and natural people-person who loves spending quality time with supporters nurturing those relationships. Ideally, you’ll come with some previous fundraising experience, although we would also be open to conversations with sales, business development or marketing experience looking to make the break into fundraising.
In return, we’ve got lots of benefits on offer including flexible working, health cash plan, cycle to work scheme and the opportunity for career development and progression.
If you have the enthusiasm and experience to make a big impact in this role, then we want to hear from you! Please apply with a copy of your CV for lots more detail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Final deadline is 9am on 23rd July, but please apply ASAP to receive support with your application. Intervews will be held on the 31st of July.
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