Fundraising Development Manager (Statutory Partnerships)

EasyWeb NFP
Tower Hamlets
£33,000 to £36,400 per annum
02 Oct 2018
19 Oct 2018
Full Time
Contract Type

Fundraising Development Manager (Statutory Partnerships) 

Founded in 1984, Our client is a pioneering registered charity located in Tower Hamlets. They support families, young people and adults of all ages to learn new skills, improve their health and wellbeing, find employment and develop the confidence to achieve their goals and transform their lives. The Centre provides a range of integrated services. 

Position: Statutory Partnerships Development Manager 
Location: Tower Hamlets, East London 
Job Type: Full Time, Permanent 
Hours: 35 hours per week 
Salary: Band 6: £33,000 to £36,400 per annum 
Benefits: 27 days plus 3 days for Christmas plus Bank Holidays; all staff get an extra day off for their birthday; Pension. 

Closing date: 19th October 2018 

About the role: 

The Statutory Partnerships Development Manager will support the Director of Fundraising, to deliver a significant element of the Centre’s overall income generation. They will play a key role in securing and growing statutory funding, in line with business plan needs and in close collaboration with relevant directors, programme and project managers. 

About you: 

The successful candidate will have experience in a relevant fundraising, charity or sales and marketing environment, with a good understanding of channels of statutory funding at a local and national level. You will have strong influencing skills with the ability to influence funder expectations and our clients staff to ensure they meet these expectations. Demonstrable experience of generating income through effective partnerships in funding and with delivery organisations is highly advantageous. 

You should have excellent written skills and ability to develop detailed proposals and budgets, strong research skills and attention to detail, self-motivated, well-organised, able to prioritise and plan his / her own workload as well as supporting others in meeting timelines. 

Additionally, you will have excellent communication, interpersonal, written and presentation skills, including communicating with a variety of audiences and experience of writing concise and informative reports both internally and to funder with the ability to conceptualise and turn ideas into strong project proposals. You will also be passionate about community regeneration in East London and the aims of our client. 

Financial management including budgeting, monitoring and financial procedures would be desirable as would knowledge of current policy in a diverse range of service areas, for example community development, health, learning, employment and financial capability and experience of using a fundraising database. 

You may have experience of the following: Fundraising Manager, Charity, Third Sector, Not for Profit, Fundraising Development Manager, Volunteer Management, Events, Community Fundraising, Donors, Supporters, Development Manager, Corporate Partnerships, Engagement, Relationship Building, Sales Manager, Business Development, Key Account Manager, Field Sales Executive, New Business, Territory Sales Manager, Account Management, etc.

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