£29k - 31k per year
27 days ago
One of the UK's largest children's charities are looking for a Community Fundraising Officer to join their successful team at their London Head office.
Location: London-Essex Border
Salary: c. 28,500 - 31,000
Contract: Permanent, Full-Time
Key Responsibilities and Activities will include:
-Consultation with the Senior Community Fundraising Manager, devise an operational marketing plan for growth across allocated community programmes
-Monitor and evaluate financial targets and KPIs, raising any potential shortfalls with the Senior Community Fundraising Manager and planning in contingencies when required
-Lead on developing and maintaining a portfolio of high value supporters, fundraising volunteers and organisations providing first class stewardship management and supporter care
-Advise and optimise the fundraising of supporters who wish to fundraise through their own efforts for the charity
-Influence key supporters and stakeholders within the community fundraising environment to deliver the organisations strategic goals
-Own and develop a portfolio of high value supporters, following an excellent
reward and recognition programme to maximise retention and repeat giving
-Implement, manage and execute a proactive programme of activity to drive growth across the allocated community programme
In order to apply for this position, you should have the following skills and experience:
-Significant experience within community fundraising
-Experience of working with individuals, businesses and community groups in a community fundraising context.
-Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
-Excellent project management skills
-Strong organisational, multi-tasking and administrative skills
-Ability to build strong relationship
To find out more please send a copy of your CV to Harriett.email@example.com. Applications are being reviewed on a rolling basis, so please get in touch ASAP to avoid disappointment. Please note that only suitable candidates will be contacted with further information.