Fundraising Manager - East London and City
We are recruiting for a Fundraising Manager to work in the community in East London and the City. Our Community Fundraising team has ambitious targets to help us beat heartbreak forever and we are investing in our team to help us achieve these goals.
You'll be maximising income and awareness for the BHF by proactively securing and managing fundraising partnerships with businesses and community organisations. You'll also proactively build and develop volunteer fundraising groups and recruiting individual volunteers, as well as support national campaigns, local projects and maximise community engagement.
You'll have a proven track record in securing Corporate Partnerships and fundraising at a community level or strong evidence of transferable experience, for example an outstanding track record in sales or account management. You'll have excellent communication, networking and relationship building skills.
This is a brilliant opportunity to join our ambitious team looking to continue our recent track record of fantastic growth in the London area. You'll be working with our inspiring supporters and volunteers on a daily basis, building relationships and empowering people to bring all that they can to our vision of beating heartbreak from heart & circulatory diseases.
We're looking for people who are as ambitious as we are, as well as being experts in their fields to help our vision for Nottinghamshire become a reality. We're brave, informed, compassionate and driven and if that sounds like you, we'd love to hear from you.
You will need a full UK driving licence plus previous experience of working remotely. You'll be able to demonstrate an ability to manage and motivate yourself, whilst still working collaboratively with colleagues.
This is the perfect opportunity for experienced fundraisers for local or national charities, who want more responsibility in securing higher value corporate partnerships and to recruit a network of volunteers across the region to help with our reach and advocacy.
Help us beat heartbreak for everyone.
We have a big job on our hands - beating heartbreak from the world's biggest killers. So we need people who share our values -are brave, compassionate, informed and driven. We need people who share our ambition. And we need people who are experts in their field but and want to make a difference. If that sounds like you, you'll be rewarded with a competitive salary and package of benefits at world class organisation, a healthy work life balance and the support to take your career to new heights.
How to apply
To apply for this role please click through to our website for further details. Our process involves submitting your CV and a supporting statement, which should outline your interest and explain how you meet the role's criteria.
Please note this is a home-based position. Candidates will need to live in or around East London and the City. Please mention in your supporting statement if you are planning on relocating.
Interviews will be held on 30th October at our London head office.
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