£37500.00 - £44000.00 per annum
3 months ago
27 Feb 00:00
Offering grown-up, flexible working, we're talent spotting for a phenomenal local children's charity who are on the lookout for an experienced Senior Community and Events Manager.
It's a brand-new, strategic role with a friendly team and now is an exciting time to join. Income is expected to grow significantly across community and events fundraising over the next 5 years.
You'll lead a team of five fundraisers across Community and Events. The events programme encompasses a mixed portfolio of owned and third-party events and community fundraisers work in defined geographical hotspots to develop and manage current and prospective supporters. Your focus will be to maximise their potential through an increased focus on supporter stewardship, in-memoriam fundraising and product development.
You'll be a creative and strategic thinker with great problem-solving skills. You'll develop relationships with ease and positively influence colleagues at all levels. Positive attitude, friendly and resilient are all things that colleagues might say about you, as well as being someone who demonstrates a commitment to continuous improvement and learning.
This role offers the right candidate a great opportunity to make a real and lasting impact. We're looking for significant experience in community and/or events fundraising and a successful track record in growing income in these areas. An empowering and enabling leadership style is a must; someone who knows how to nurture and drive talented people.
If you are the extraordinary individual we're looking for, please apply with a copy of your CV for lots for detail: firstname.lastname@example.org Amelia Lee is the consultant feeling lucky to be managing this fantastic opportunity.
Closing date: 9am on Thursday 27 February
Interviews: Thursday 5 March
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