Up to £30000.00 per annum
8 months ago
If you're looking for a flexible and happy working culture, we've got the perfect job for a Fundraising Manager who can motivate and harness the power of a passionate team. You'll join a fun and vibrant bunch of talented individuals working towards positive change for blind and partially sighted people living in a sighted world.
Delivering an ambitious and exciting five-year growth strategy with a varied portfolio, you'll lead fundraising across events, community activities, corporate donations and major relationships.
We're looking for a self-motivated and tenacious individual with a track record of raising income and profile at a local level. Someone who has a passion for building quality long-term relationships with a variety of donors and can effectively manage and support a fundraising team of employed staff and volunteers.
Leading a team of four, this role still has a 'doing' function so you'll still get a buzz from building fundraising partnerships and relationships with an individual income target attached. We'd be happy to consider an experienced fundraiser looking to step-up into management or a seasoned pro keen for a new challenge.
You'll be supported and empowered by a brilliant leadership team working for an organisation that is life and family-friendly. Based in beautiful grounds in Preston where you'll enjoy (occasionally sunny!) lunchtime strolls.
If you think this is a role you could shine in, please get in touch with a copy of your CV to our North West consultant, Amelia Lee: email@example.com
We are accepting applications on a rolling basis with a view to interviewing mid-late January, so please do apply ASAP to avoid disappointment.
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