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Fundraising Manager

£28,552 to £36,546
Job Type
8 Sep 2022
Fundraising Manager In this newly created role, we are seeking an ambitious, hands-on Fundraising leader who is happy managing a team and making the ask themselves. You will join us at an exciting time of growth and ambition and bring confidence, aptitude and advocacy alongside professional skills and expertise. Position: Fundraising Manager Location: Staffordshire - Hybrid working arrangements Hours: 35hrs per week Salary: £28,552 £36,546 dependant on experience Contract: Permanent Benefits: Flexible working, Hybrid working pattern to suit needs of role, 25 Annual leave plus Bank Holidays and additional Christmas days, 10% non-contributory pension, Employee assistance programme, Life Assurance scheme, Electric Car, and Bike to work salary sacrifice schemes. Closing Date: 9am 26th September 2022 Interview Date: 3rd October 2022 The Role The Fundraising Manager will develop and deliver a strategic approach to fundraising from major donors, legacy givers, corporates, and grant making trusts. Key responsibilities include: Develop and deliver the Trust s fundraising strategy Align the work of the fundraising team Produce and monitor ambitious but sustainable annual action plans and budgets Manage and develop an ambitious fundraising team, recruiting a new Corporate Partnerships Officer Work together with colleagues across the organisation to maximise the full range of opportunities Further develop our Major Donor Programme Establish a Corporate Partnerships programme, ensuring this meets ambitious income growth goals Support the development of successful bids from across the organisation to grant and trust making Establish and maintain a culture of continuous improvement within the fundraising team Constantly seek best practise and new approaches from other Wildlife Trusts About You Confident personality and social skills A high level of enthusiasm and self-motivation The ability to co-ordinate and motivate individuals and teams Flexibility to work across different disciplines and areas of work Tact and diplomacy Accurate and effective verbal and written English communication at all levels Working to deadlines without supervision A high level of project management and time management skills Creative with an attention to detail Full Driving Licence or ability to attend meetings and events across the county About the Organisation A registered charity established in 1969 they are one of 47 county Wildlife Trusts throughout the UK and are supported by over 15,000 members. The Trust owns or manages 30 nature reserves covering an area of over 4,050 acres. Our 60 staff are based in six locations around the county including our Headquarters at Wolseley Bridge, Stafford, with our work divided up into four departments: Commercial, Engagement, Activism & Marketing, Resources and Conservation. The Trust has a diverse workforce including site wardens, wildlife surveyors, community and education officers, catering, and administration staff. Please upload your CV and Cover letters if you feel you meet the key criteria/needs of the Job description and person specification. You may also have experience in areas such as Fundraising, Fundraiser, Events Fundraising, Events Fundraiser, Events Marketing, Fundraising Marketing, Supporter Engagement, Charity, NFP, Not for Profit, PR, Charity PR, Public Relations. PLEASE NOTE: This role is being advertised by NFP People on behalf of the organisation
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  • Job Reference: 707467179-2
  • Date Posted: 8 September 2022
  • Recruiter: Staffordshire Wildlife Trust
    Staffordshire Wildlife Trust
  • Location: Staffordshire
  • Salary: £28,552 to £36,546
  • Sector: Community & Sport
  • Job Type: Permanent