Community Fundraising Development Fundraiser

Albert Embankment, London
£24,475 per annum plus London Allowance
27 Apr 2012
03 May 2012
Full Time
Contract Type

Community Fundraising Development Fundraiser
Ref No: NT040
£24,475 per annum plus London Allowance
35 hours per week
Permanent contract
Based at 89 Albert Embankment, London

Marie Curie Cancer Care provides free specialist support and care for all End of Life patients and their families. We aim to give patients the best possible quality of life, meeting their medical, spiritual and social needs, whilst also providing their families with the emotional support they need.

The Community Fundraising Development team is responsible for managing, developing and delivering national community fundraising campaigns in the areas of: 

- Great Daffodil Appeal 
- Schools & Youth fundraising 
- Blooming Great Tea Party 
- Collection Box Campaigns 
- Memberships & Associations (voluntary service organisations)

The team’s job description covers all areas of the team’s remit. Each team member has a specific focus, although would be expected to cover other areas if required.

The current vacancy is for an experienced fundraiser to work specifically in the area of the Schools and Youth Fundraising, working directly with the Community Fundraising Development Manager.

Key responsibility will be the management of our Mini Pots of Care activity. Established in 2005 this product has grown each year and raises circa half a million pounds annually. Mini Pots of Care is one of the leading schools and youth fundraising activities in the charity sector and over 350,000 children from nurseries, schools and youth groups take part in the activity each year.

You will be expected to focus on the responsibilities in the attached job description under Schools and Youth, working as a team with other members of Community Fundraising Development. The role involves working with a project team of members of other central teams in the charity; liaising with them to ensure that all project team members fulfil their roles to deadlines. It also involves communicating with community fundraisers in the region, delivering projects to them and motivating them.

This role has a high profile in the charity as the post-holder will be the main point-of-contact across the charity for schools and youth fundraising.

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Closing date: 3 May 2012.

Marie Curie Cancer Care aims to be an employer of choice and is committed to equal opportunities Charity Reg. No. 207994 (England & Wales), SCO38731 (Scotland).