Head of Fundraising (manages 1) Career changing role

7 days left

Central London - great location with incredible travel links
Dependant on experience
06 Oct 2016
30 Oct 2016
Full Time
Contract Type

A career-defining role for an ambitious fundraiser.
Are you looking for a chance to use your fundraising skills to act as the key fundraiser for a well-known social welfare charity?

This is an existing role that the current post-holder leaves in an excellent state with income increasing with each year.  
This is not a role for someone who wants to do the same thing every day, instead this needs a creative fundraiser who can work with supporters including corporates, trusts and supporting volunteer fundraising.  

This final element is particularly interesting as the organisation has a simply huge number of active volunteers with enormous levels of buy-in to the cause. These volunteers already get involved with their own fundraising but there is certainly room for more and for developing the appropriate ones for higher level support.

The role manages one and the intention is to grow the team as time goes on.

Based in the beating heart of London, the location is fantastic, both to get to and to be close to potential corporate partners (and therefore easy to arrange for them to visit)

For more call information call/SMS Paul Nott on 07961757882

How to apply
Please apply via the 'Apply' button above in the first instance by submitting your CV only - a full pack will be made available to CVs of interest and/or we will be in contact to discuss the opportunity and organisation with you.
NFP Consulting is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.


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