£24000 - £30000 per annum + benefits
16 days ago
29 May 00:00
We're over the moon to be supporting this local gem of a charity aiming to add extra sparkle to their trusts and foundations fundraising.
You'll join a friendly fundraising team at a really crucial time. They have big plans to develop their trusts and foundations income and it looks like now could be the perfect time with many offering generous new support funds and increasing their available pots.
You'll take on both new prospects and existing relationships by developing and nurturing the pipeline. You'll be a multi-faceted fundraiser; strong in both relationship building and writing.
An extra exciting element: it's a 360-degree role working closely with service delivery teams to craft projects and build compelling funding applications from the ground up.
Who are you?
* You're already a brilliant trusts and foundations specialist
* You work simultaneously and seamlessly on multiple projects
* You're a wonderful writer adept at putting the jigsaw pieces together
* You have amazing interpersonal skills that you put to good use internally with colleagues and externally with funders
* You're can-do and that positively rubs off on others
Most importantly, this charity does extraordinary work for children and families. Whilst some fundraising income has been affected by the current COVID-19 situation, there is a real opportunity for trusts fundraising to help futureproof the charity's vital work in the upcoming months and years.
Flexible life and family-friendly employer. For now, based from home with an expectation that you'd go back to an office a couple of days a week (or more) when able.
For lots more detail on this role, please send a copy of your CV to our regional consultant, Amelia Lee: email@example.com
We're working on this opportunity on a rolling basis, so get in touch ASAP to avoid disappointment.
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