£21,497 - £29,533 per annum
about 1 year ago
Seeing is believing at Maggie's in Manchester. Beautiful architecture compliments natural themes with a nod to the great outdoors. A haven of peace and tranquillity where those affected by cancer can access emotional, practical and social support from skilled professionals. This special and unique opportunity is a dream-come-true for a talented Fundraiser motivated by seeing first-hand the difference they make every day.
Working as part of a small, ambitious and energetic fundraising team, we are looking for an experienced Centre Fundraiser to take advantage of the unparalleled opportunity for Maggie's in Manchester. A supportive working environment with lots of opportunity for professional development including the opportunity to work with an exceptionally well-networked and active Fundraising Board.
We are looking for a good all-rounder to work across corporate partnerships, major donors, events, community, legacy, individual giving and special projects. The organisation is growing fast and now aiming for a £1 million target in 2020. You'll be heading to work each morning with the guarantee of an interesting and varied workload.
Exceptional communication skills and emotional intelligence will help you fit right in; working with an empowering leader with a track record of nurturing talent to go onto senior management success. We're looking for a sharing and caring team player with a strong personal track-record of income generation success in relationship-led fundraising.
In return, Maggie's offers a fantastic benefits package, plenty of flexibility (including an element of homeworking) and the opportunity to grow your skillset, gaining unique experience to add to your future CV. Able to appoint across the band dependent on experience.
Please get in touch with a copy of your CV in the first instance to our Manchester consultant, Amelia Lee: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for this opportunity is Monday 5th August with a view to interviewing on 13th and 14th August.