Head of Fundraising

Expiring today

Recruiter
Location
North London
Salary
£50000.00 - £55000.00 per annum
Posted
11 Sep 2017
Closes
25 Sep 2017
Ref
HQ00170631
Function
Fundraising
Hours
Full Time
Contract Type
Permanent

Prospectus is delighted to be partnering with the UK's only organisation dedicated to those affected by cervical cancer and cervical abnormalities. This organisation provide advice and support to thousands of women and their families across the UK and are now aiming to help cure cervical cancer once and for all.

They are looking to appoint a Head of Fundraising to help grow fundraising and lead the team to widen the organisation's impact. This is an exceptional opportunity for a talented, proactive and professional fundraiser to lead on fundraising and become an exceptional ambassador externally for the organisation, who are experiencing a fantastic period of growth and are delivering their new five year fundraising strategy, so this is a wonderful time to join!

The Head of Fundraising will focus on developing major gifts and spotting opportunities for other revenue streams including trusts and foundations and corporate fundraising. Sitting within the Senior Management Team, you will steward relationships with existing and new supporters with a view to securing five and six figure gifts. Using a strong prospect pool of candidates you will implement research and cultivation strategies and lead the team to achieve ambitious targets.

The selected candidate will have demonstrable experience of independently securing five and six figure gifts from individuals and have experience and / or an interest in inputting fundraising strategy. You will be comfortable working to ambitious fundraising targets and will work across the charity to develop cases for support to present to donors.

If you are interested in pursuing this role, please get in touch with Ryan Burdock on 020 7405 4999 for an initial discussion. Interested candidates should apply with a Word version of their CV; cover letters are not required at this stage.