For over 35 years, this charity has been working with children, families and schools to break the cycle of poor school attendance, low educational attainment, anti social behaviour, crime, low paid or no job, generation after generation.
They get children and young people back into school, ready to learn. Whatever it takes.
Position: Fundraising Assistant
Location: Stratford Office, London E15 - with opportunity for some home working if desired (minimum 2 days in office)
Hours: Full time (37.5hrs per week), Mon-Fri
Salary: £22,401 per annum
Benefits: 28 days annual leave plus Bank Holiday leave, pension, life assurance, employee assistance programme
A fantastic opportunity for a talented individual looking to grow into a fundraising career, this role offers plenty of learning opportunities and a varied portfolio of tasks and projects. The successful postholder will work across the fundraising team supporting colleagues on Trusts, corporate partnerships and individual giving.
This charity is looking for someone who will be proactive and happy to take ownership for projects. Essential to this role is the ability to manage a range of competing priorities and have good attention to detail. Key responsibilities include producing strong communication materials for supporters, carrying out research assignments, organising virtual events, producing financial reports and maintaining the Salesforce database.
Ideally you’ll have experience of working with CRMs. You’ll be self-motivated with an eye for detail and good numeracy skills.
The successful candidate must be a confident communicator and have the ability to work independently and accurately.
Closing date for applications is: Monday 11th October at 9:00am
Interviews will be on 21 October 2021
To find out more information, please click the apply button. You will be taken to a simple CHM Recruit form and then redirected to complete your application for this position.
This charity is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.
The organisation takes very seriously the duty of care to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and is committed to ensuring that their safeguarding practice reflects statutory responsibilities, government guidance and complies with best practice. Their safeguarding policy recognises that the welfare and interests of children are paramount in all circumstances.
This role is subject to an Enhanced DBS Check.
No agencies please.