£41000.00 - £46125.00 per annum
3 months ago
15 Nov 00:00
An exciting opportunity for an experienced, multi-discipline fundraiser to join this growing medical foundation, and work directly with the CEO to develop and deliver a sustainable fundraising strategy.
The Royal College of Emergency Medicine has established a Foundation Fund and aims to raise £5m to:
support RCEM activities designed to optimise patient care in the UK;
support ground breaking research;
develop Emergency Medicine care and clinical training in low income countries.
This new role will work closely with the Chair of the Foundation Fund, the College Executive and the Foundation Advisory Board to develop and implement a successful fundraising strategy.
With the excellent brand reputation of Emergency Medicine (delivered through A&E Departments) this role will aim to leverage that reputation to establish the fundraising of the Foundation on a professional basis.
The College itself is a medical royal college, a charity, which has a membership of over 8,500 Emergency Medicine professionals in the UK and abroad. Emergency Medicine as a specialty sees over 23.8m patients each year in the UK.
You will be a proactive self-starter with a track record of successful income generation through individual giving, major gifts, corporates and/ or trusts and foundations. You will be excited by the opportunity to build and deliver a successful fundraising strategy, and have the determination to get things done.
The RCEM are will be willing to consider a part time or full time appointment.
To apply for the role, please send your CV (WORD doc.) in the first instance to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 020 7939 7443 for an initial conversation.
We are reviewing CVs on a rolling basis so please get in touch asap to avoid disappointment.
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