Fundraising Communications & Engagement Officer

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Location
London (Central), London (Greater)
Salary
£33,423 per annum (Inc. London weighting)
Posted
11 Oct 2017
Closes
25 Oct 2017
Ref
9188
Sector
Disability
Hours
Full Time
Contract Type
Permanent

RNIB is recruiting a Fundraising Communications professional to ensure our partnership work with companies, trusts and major donors is promoted effectively.

Sight loss is an urgent and growing challenge that can only be tackled in partnership. Partner relationships are integral to the future of RNIB and are vital for our new service delivery model and financial sustainability. The Partnerships Section was created because we want to achieve more for blind and partially sighted people by working with partners in every sector.

We have a clear ambition to secure more partnerships with a range of companies, trusts and major donors. You will lead our work to creatively communicate the need for and impact of RNIB’s work to these key stakeholders. You’ll develop a repository of compelling cases for support and deliver bespoke donor updates that engage and inspire supporters. You’ll support the delivery of our income target by providing meaningful reporting to donors on the impact of their support.

In exchange, we offer a competitive salary, a stimulating and supportive working environment and a benefits package including:

  • 26 days holiday per year (plus bank holidays), which increases with service.
  • Excellent pension schemes.

If you would like to apply for this great job opportunity please click the apply button.

Closing date for applications:  Wednesday 25th October 2017.

Interview date: 7 November 2017.

RNIB is committed to being an Equal Opportunities organisation and we welcome applications from people with sight loss.

We’re the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) and we’re here for everyone affected by sight loss. Working for us means working for one of the UK’s biggest charities, supporting almost two million people living with sight loss in the UK.