Fundraising Manager

Salary - £27k
Location - London
Type - Perm
Discipline - Fundraising

Organisation - Tiny Tickers
Agency Contact - Ed Percival
Reference - J20090

Fundraising Manager, Tiny Tickers - Home working, Permanent
Hours: 24 hours per week, with flexible days/times
Salary: Up to £27,500 pro rata, depending on experience
Closing date: Friday 26th July 2019

If you’re a skilled fundraiser who wants to work for a cause you can feel passionate about; as a valued member of a small team; and for a charity that promotes flexibility and the benefits of working from home, then you could be the person we’re looking for…

Tiny Tickers
We’re a small national charity that helps give babies with serious heart disease a better start in life – increasing detection rates; training medical staff; funding equipment; raising awareness; improving standards; and providing information and advice to families. We have seen significant growth over the past five years, and are aiming to continue this in 2019 and beyond. We are a small but mighty charity, and we can offer the successful candidate large amounts of flexibility; the benefits of working from home; and the chance to develop their career performing a vital role as part of our friendly, passionate and hard-working team.

The role
We’re looking for a dedicated and inspirational Fundraising Manager to help play a key role in driving our income generation. As part of a small team (six staff, including three working on our fundraising and communications), the successful candidate will report to our Head of Fundraising and Communications, and work across all areas of our fundraising. They will have lead responsibility for community; events; corporate; relationships with our fundraisers, and also organise our annual fundraising and awareness week, Heart Week. This is a homeworking role, which could be based anywhere in the UK, and we are looking for a candidate who has a track record of fundraising success.

The person
We think this is a fantastic opportunity for a motivated and capable fundraiser, with strong communication skills, who is keen play a key role in the development of this growing charity. We want you to be excited by the challenge of helping to grow Tiny Tickers. You’ll definitely have bags of enthusiasm, loads of ideas and a can-do attitude. You’ll be a confident and positive individual with great verbal and written communication skills.

For more information
To arrange an informal discussion about the role, please contact Katie Lawson, Head of Fundraising and Communications, on

Selection process
We are intending to hold interviews w/c 5th August 2019. If you are unavailable for interview that week, please state this in your cover letter so we can make alternative interview arrangements. Interviews are likely to be held in London.

To apply
Please send an up to date CV and a cover letter explaining why you are interested in the role, and why you should be shortlisted for interview, to our Chief Executive, Jon Arnold, via or Tiny Tickers, PO Box 369, Leeds, LS26 1FR. The closing date for applications is Friday, 26th July 2019.

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Ed Percival

Ed Percival

Managing Director

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