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Philanthropy Fundraiser

Job description

A beloved national children’s charity are in search of a Philanthropy Fundraiser to cover the North of England, and Harris Hill are delighted to assist them with their search! This role is perfect for a proactive, creative relationship builder looking to use their skills to protect the most vulnerable in our society.

Although there is a good pipeline of major donors in this region, there is great scope to expand on this, so the role will focus a lot on building new relationships and researching new leads. You will use your excellent relationship building and communication skills to bring on board new high-net-worth supporters, with the capacity to give between 4 and 7 figure gifts, and will ultimately help to maximise income generation in the region.

You will become a familiar face in the region, meeting with supporters and prospective donors, and attending the varied and exciting events held by the organisation. This charity is hugely supportive of its employees – they prioritise flexibility, wellbeing, and personal and professional development. This is the perfect opportunity to rapidly develop your charity experience in a collaborative, friendly and busy environment.

Salary: c. £26,000-33,000 p.a.

Benefits: 29 days annual leave plus bank holidays, employee benefits and assistance programme, pension and life assurance schemes, employee discounts on over 3000 brands, + more!

Location: can be based in the North West or North East – the role is mainly homebased but requires travel across the region and occasionally to London (expenses covered)

Contract type: permanent, full time (35 hours per week)

Application: please submit your CV and cover letter to before Friday 23th February

If you’re interested and would like to review a full job description, please contact Lucy at Harris Hill at or call 02078207324.

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.