£28000 - £34000 per annum
7 days ago
We're proud to be heading up the search party for one of the UK's leading children's charities who are looking for a Philanthropy Manager covering the North West patch. This is an established patch within a successful, growing philanthropy team and a brilliant opportunity to gain national charity experience working to support some of the region's most vulnerable children.
Home-based with tons of flexibility, it's a grown-up culture open to suggested working patterns with a charity that understands the importance of life and family-friendly working. Condensed hours, a 9-day fortnight and 4 days per week are all possible.
You'll be working with high net worth individuals to secure major gifts across a wide ranging portfolio including some established 7-figure relationships. Working closely with existing major donors and colleagues across corporate and community fundraising teams, there is plenty of opportunity to open up this network and make new connections, as well as using your creative business development head to find untrodden paths.
Ideally, we're looking for a major gifts expert, although this role could work equally well with a talented corporate fundraiser or a candidate from the commercial sector with experience of high-net worth individuals. You're used to operating at six-figure level with senior stakeholders and have the gravitas to steward key donors strategically.
Whatever your background, you're highly motivated and target driven with exceptional stewardship and relationship management skills who is comfortable in making significant asks. This isn't the job for a maverick: you'll need to be a collaborative team player who understands that a sharing and supportive culture yields better results and that, sometimes, a colleague will be better placed to manage a relationship than you.
If this is you, please send a copy of your CV to Charity People's North West consultant, Amelia Lee, for lots more detail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 9am on 1st November
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