Corporate Supporter Care Officer
Our client looking for a talented and ambitious individual to deliver exceptional supporter care to new and existing corporate supporters. The Corporate Supporter Care Officer will actively steward supporters through effective handling of enquiries and management of the CRM database. The Corporate Supporter Care Officer will also offer excellent PA support to the Corporate Fundraising Team as well as initiating pro-active engagement with the corporate community.
Responsible to: Senior Corporate Partnerships Executive
Salary: Up to £21k
Hours: 37.5 hours p/w (27 days holidays per annum + bank holidays)
Location: Office based (Woodhouse Square, Leeds, LS3 1AD
• Provide professional and personal service to their corporate supporters via email, telephone, post and digital communications.
• Maintain and develop the existing portfolio of corporate relationships across the region, maximising income for them.
• Support the Marketing & Communications Officer by providing compelling corporate information to be used on e-newsletters, website, social media and bi-annual Newsletter.
• Management of the Harlequin CRM, keeping fully up-to-date with information on corporate supporters and their activities, enabling for excellent stewardship.
• To meet targets and objectives set by the Senior Corporate Partnerships Executive.
• Occasionally work unsociable hours attending events and supporting fundraisers.
• Support the Corporate Fundraising Team in growing income by developing new funding opportunities across the corporate community in Yorkshire & Humberside.
• To undertake research in order to maximise new fundraising opportunities.
• Support the development and implementation of new streams of income development as part of the Corporate Fundraising Strategy.
• Support the Corporate Fundraising Team by creating presentations for specific companies.
• Act as an ambassador for them, representing the charity at external events, including networking, cheque presentations and undertaking public speaking.
• To actively promote participation in their activity based fundraising by corporate employees e.g. treks, skydives and running events.
• Be a key point of contact for the Corporate Fundraising Team, providing effective PA support.
• Conduct data analysis of corporate fundraising to provide insightful information to senior management.
• Assisting with any other ad hoc duties and administrative support as required by the Corporate Fundraising Team.
• To actively participate in individual performance review and any training or development identified to further enhance your role with them.
• This Job Description is not intended to be exhaustive and it remains subject to change at any time to meet the changing needs of the charity.
Knowledge & Experience – Essential:
• Experience of working in an environment requiring excellent organisational skills, ability to plan workload and to meet deadlines.
• Excellent written and interpersonal communication skills, including telephone, email and face-to-face.
• Advanced IT skills with good knowledge of Microsoft Office.
• The ability to work as part of a team and independently.
• Experience working in a target driven environment.
• Experience of working within a sales/fundraising environment.
• Knowledge of Harlequin CRM.
• Full UK driving licence.
• Upholds their values and mission.
• To be resilient to working in a high pressured environment and dealing with emotional situations concerning their family’s circumstances.
• Strong sales abilities and powers of persuasion.
• Passion for fundraising and charity work.
• A professional and accountable approach to work.
• Enthusiastic, ambitious and keen to learn.
• Confident and well presented.
• Flexible approach to work.
• To provide financial, emotional and practical support to children and their families affected by childhood cancer across Yorkshire.
• To support the work of Children’s oncology and Haematology at Leeds Children’s Hospital
• To support research into childhood cancer.
• To expand support to families affected by childhood cancer across Yorkshire, from the point of diagnosis for as long families need it.
• To expand and enhance the range of high quality support services for families for as long as they are needed, from the point of diagnosis, after treatment and for those families who are sadly bereaved.
• To support and strengthen the NHS centre of excellence in Yorkshire.
• To increase the development of research which results in positive benefits for children with cancer by improving treatments and comfort.
• They are determined to defeat cancer.
• They believe in fun.
• They value integrity.
• They believe in flexibility.
• They are engaging.
Closing Date: 31st July 2019
Interview Date: 15th August 2019
Please apply online with your CV and covering letter.
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