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Event Fundraiser

Harris Hill is pleased to be working with a healthcare focused organisation to recruit TWO Events Fundraisers who will manage events, both mass participation and individual events in a brilliant team.
Key Responsibilities Include:
Work in the team to increase income and participants/supporters through various events, from mass participation events like the London Marathon, to induvial events including walks and galas etc
To act as first point of contact for enquiries in the community providing excellent customer service and ensuring every enquiry is maximised to its full potential.
To support the charity's event fundraisers from start to finish, ensuring they feel valued and continue to represent the cause
To organise complex fundraising campaigns and plans, adapting and changing as necessary to formulate new plans in line with the Fundraising budget
To multi task, prioritise and work across several fundraising projects with guidance from line manager
To process any monies coming in on Thankq and via Batch sheets accurately

Skills and experience required:
Experience managing/organising fundraising events, stewarding participants along the way
Strong interpersonal skills with an ability to communicate effectively with people at all levels, both written and verbal
Educated to A Level qualification or higher
Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint
Experience of effective time management and prioritising conflicting workloads successfully
Able to persuade, motivate and negotiate
Must have a driving license as this role involves some travel, and out of hours work

How to Apply

If you're interested in this role and feel you meet the requirements, just click 'Apply' to email the consultant directly. Please quote the relevant job reference in your email. If your CV has been updated since registering with us, please attach the latest version and we will update your records.

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