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Development Manager

Job description

Harris Hill are delighted to be supporting a renowned national children's charity in their search for a Development Manager to join their successful fundraising team.

As the Development Manager, you will maximise income by engaging, managing, and inspiring statutory funders, research funders and organisations procuring tenders, both directly and via senior volunteers and staff. You will use creative methods of communication and utilise relevant information to contribute to proposals, reports and the sharing of insights. You will be responsible for the receipt of income from statutory funders, including the processing of grant contracts, claim forms, budgets and other requirements. You will also ensure the continued strength of the prospect pipeline by identifying new funding opportunities.

To be considered for this role you will need:

-Experience of building and managing effective relationships with high-level individuals and organisations, with a proven ability to make successful funding requests
-Experience of producing proposals and reports to secure income / the ability to produce high quality, compelling written and creative materials.
-Excellent verbal communication skills sufficient to deliver effective fundraising pitches, ideas and project updates to a range of audiences in a clear and inspiring way.

If this role sounds of interest to you and you want to have a chat and review the full job description, please do contact Dominic at Harris Hill on or call him on 0207 820 7332

Salary: £26,388 to £29,986 per annum (Plus London Allowance of £3,366, or Home Working Allowance of £500)
Permanent, Full-time
Location: Flexible. You can work remotely, OR in the office (London), OR Hybrid.
Deadline: Tuesday 28th November.

Harris Hill Charity Recruitment Specialists operates an equal opportunity policy and commits to treating all of our candidates and jobseekers fairly. We welcome and encourage applications from everyone regardless of age, disability, sex, gender, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.