£37000.00 - £40000.00 per annum
4 days ago
Charity People are thrilled to be working with the Society of Genealogists to find an experienced Fundraising and Grants Manager who has a fantastic track record in securing a variety of funds through Trusts and Statutory sources. We are looking for someone with the experience to build a portfolio from scratch, whilst having the ability to identify opportunities for the organisation.
Job Title: Fundraising and Grants Manager
Organisation: Society of Genealogists
Salary: £37,000 - £40,000
Contract: Full time/Permanent
Closing date: Friday 29th January 2020
Required: CV and Cover Letter
The Society of Genealogists is the premier organisation in Britain who look into and research family histories. The Society maintains a splendid genealogical library and education centre in Clerkenwell in London. It is their vision to see a world in which everyone has convenient, affordable access to records, finding aids, knowledge and skills necessary to conduct authoritative research into family history.
The Fundraising and Development Manager will focus on raising funds for the current transformation on the society, as well as producing funds for their library, educational centre and programmes. The current transformation's purpose is to move the society into a more modern setting, in which there will be a new office space, as well as a fresh approach to their current members and new members they hope to attract. The society want to attract more people outside of their current demographic who may have an interest or a passion for history, family trees and research. It is a very exciting move with a huge amount of opportunities.
We are looking for someone to come into this Fundraising and Development manager role with a solid background in Trusts and Statutory fundraising. The organisation don't have an established Trusts programme, so we need someone with the confidence and experience to come into this role and set out a plan, a pipeline and a have the self-drive to find and secure funding opportunities that are out there. This role is perfect for someone who wants build something from the ground up, rather than simply play a part in what is to be a very exciting transformative period.
For those who have the experience we are looking for, it would be great to hear from you. If you wish to apply or just find out more, please do get in contact.
Stuart Milliner - Charity People