Major Gifts and Partnerships Officer

Recruiter
Location
London (Greater)
Salary
£30,606 - £33,933
Posted
22 Aug 2017
Closes
18 Sep 2017
Ref
149233_CTP
Hours
Full Time
Contract Type
Permanent

Our client is seeking a Major Gifts and Partnerships Officer to join their passionate and ambitious Fundraising team. 

Major Gifts and Partnerships Officer
Ref: MGPO

Salary: £30,606 - £33,933
Location: London, SE1 0NZ

This is a truly exceptional opportunity for a creative and strategic fundraiser to join at a key time for the organisation - they have a new strategic plan in place; are looking at how to reach new audiences and supporters; are expanding their campaigns function; have a new Director of Fundraising and Supporter Services and are welcoming a new Chief Executive in September.  They are looking at ways to diversify their income and have just kicked off a new corporate fundraising strategy; they’ve also invested in a new role within the fundraising team to focus on innovation.

The Major Gifts and Partnerships Officer will join their Major Gifts team to help to develop a proactive and ambitious Major Gifts programme to harness and support the charity’s work.  This position reports to the Head of Major Gifts and will focus on developing, implementing and promoting fundraising strategies and programmes to maximise income from High Net Worth Individuals, Trusts & Foundations and Corporates.

With experience of planning and delivering a range of fundraising programmes, including high level application programmes, you will be a good communicator, numerate and organised and will be familiar with the fundraising techniques available to maximise donor supporter loyalty and giving. You will work collaboratively across the organisation to shape projects and persuasively communicate intentions to funders.

Our client fights for a better future for England’s unique, essential and precious countryside.  They work to protect, promote and enhance their towns and countryside to make them better places to live, work and enjoy, and to ensure that the countryside is protected for now and future generations. While the countryside is important to the local and national economy, its value is far greater than that: it is vital to our well-being and national identity.

Closing date: Midday Monday 18th September 2017
Interviews:  Tuesday 26th September 2017

APPLICATION PROCESS: 
To find out more information and apply for this position, please click the apply button. You will then be taken to a simple CHM Recruit form and then redirected to the employer’s website. 

Our client is an equal opportunities employer.

No agencies please.