Community Fundraiser

£19,000 – £22,000
04 Oct 2016
25 Oct 2016
Community Fundraiser
Full Time
Contract Type

Every year, around 30,000 people in Scotland are told they have cancer. That number is predicted to grow within the next 5 years due to an ageing population. That means every one of us knows or will know someone affected.

Beatson Cancer Charity provides hope and help in the form of research which aims to end this killer illness and the best of care for those who’ve been diagnosed.

If you are an experienced and accomplished community fundraiser then you could play a significant part in helping this world-renowned charity.

This person will play a key part in successfully delivering the Community Fundraising Strategy. You will be responsible for building and maintaining a strong network of local community supporters and volunteers. Many current and former patients and their families, friends and colleagues see their involvement in fundraising for the Beatson Cancer Charity as part of their cancer journey and you will play a key role in supporting them with this.

The ideal candidate will be an experienced fundraiser with excellent relationship-building and management skills. You will have good organisational and project management skills with experience of using contact management databases and communications software.

Beatson Cancer Charity is determined to beat cancer. If you are equally determined and have the skills we’re looking for to be its next Community Fundraiser then please contact us now for an information pack.


How to apply:

If you, or anyone that you know, would like to find out more about this role, please email for a full information pack prior to making your application.

Closing Date: 5pm, Tuesday 25th October

Interview Date: w/c 31st October - TBC

This search is being conducted exclusively on behalf of Beatson Cancer Charity by BTA. Our leadership team have all worked in the voluntary sector and we use this experience to match organisations and individuals to create great appointments.