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Corporate Fundraising Officer

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Corporate Fundraising Officer

  • Location:

    West Yorkshire, England

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  • Salary:

    £25000.00 - £29500.00 per annum

  • Contact:

    Amelia Lee

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  • Published:

    8 months ago

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We're over the moon to be heading up the search party for an experienced Corporate Fundraiser and Account Manager to develop, plan and deliver an innovative programme of campaigns and products for a fantastic health charity that supports and provides care for the local community.

You'll take the lead on corporate engagement in all its many forms. The charity already runs a successful business network with almost 50 active members ranging from multinationals to small, local businesses through a range of events and activities.

You'll maximise current potential through the business network, as well as building brand-new relationships from scratch, including strategic partnerships and Charity of the Year.
You'll take ownership of the income stream and have plenty of autonomy to be creative in terms of trying fresh things and leading new campaigns.

A happy team is waiting to welcome you and you'll be supported by leadership that encourages and invests in people and their development. This role would suit either a seasoned corporate fundraising specialist or someone from the commercial sector looking for greater job satisfaction.

Plenty of flexibility with working hours and would consider some homeworking too. A special opportunity for the right person to make their mark with amazing foundations already in place.
If you're as excited by this exciting opportunity as we are, please send a copy of your CV to our regional consultant, Amelia Lee:

We'll be meeting candidates on a rolling basis so please apply ASAP to avoid disappointment.

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