Supporter Care and Fundraising Assistant
Location: Bristol, BS3
Hours of work: Full or part time considered
Salary: £18,000 - £21,000 FTE
Searching for a career with purpose? Looking to make a real difference in your local community?
Our client an Air Ambulance Charity are looking for a special kind of person to take on an exciting new role in their small team. As Supporter Care and Fundraising Assistant, your purpose is simple: making every single one of their amazing supporters feel fantastic. What a lovely job!
They know that their lifesaving care would be impossible without their incredible donors. You will focus on making sure they are doing everything they can to let their supporters know what a difference they make. With full support and training to develop your skills in fundraising, this role will progress your career in the charity sector, whilst making a real difference to families across the South West.
When you work for them, you feel part of something special. By the time you come into work in the morning, their crew may well have saved the life of someone you know, or someone living in your local community. You will be a vital part of this team, helping to make sure that their Critical Care Team can be there for those in need.
They’re not looking for years of experience in fundraising, but they do want someone who is passionate and enthusiastic - someone who believes that nobody in their region should go without their lifesaving service. Whether you are looking for your first step into the wonderful world of charity, or you are looking to change up your career for something more meaningful, they can assure you that once you are a part of their Team, you will never look back.
If you are passionate about saving lives, and committed to caring for people in your local community, it sounds like this could be the opportunity for you!
Closing date: 9am on Friday 2nd April
Please click 'Apply on Website’ - you will then be prompted to complete a short CHM Recruit form and given further details.
No agencies please.