Every childhood is worth fighting for. This is our belief. We all share it. And it drives our Fundraising team to get out there and bring in the funds we need to protect children and prevent abuse. Join us as Due Diligence Manager, and get more people involved in change that means everything.
Securing large gifts for our work requires a strong understanding of current and potential donors, and the Fundraising Due Diligence team ensures that the NSPCC’s public-facing and philanthropic partnerships align with our organisational values - particularly our mission to keep children safe.
Reporting into the Head of Supporter Management, this team works closely with colleagues that manage our relationships with philanthropists, trusts and foundations, corporate partners, celebrities and other public representatives.
As the Fundraising Due Diligence Manager, you will working with senior colleagues to improve, embed and champion due diligence policies and procedures across the NSPCC.
Line managing a Fundraising Due Diligence Executive, you will ensure that due diligence and risk assessments are delivered to deadline and a high standard, liaising with colleagues to manage escalations and secure decisions.
Are you an excellent communicator, confident in working with senior stakeholders? Are you highly organised and analytical, with experience of conducting research to a deadline?
We are looking for a self-motivated individual, with an eye for detail and the ability to manage competing priorities. The successful candidate will be diplomatic and proactive, with experience of developing or improving business processes.
This is an opportunity for the right candidate to play a vital role in managing risks to the NSPCC’s reputation and income, so that we can continue reaching the children that need us.
A background in prospect research or fundraising is desirable, but not necessary. If you have a strong track record in business improvement or compliance, we’d love to hear from you.
As an organisation, we are committed to creating and fostering a culture that promotes safeguarding and the welfare of all children and adults at risk. Our safer recruitment practices support this by ensuring that there is a consistent and thorough process of obtaining, collating, analysing and evaluating information from and about candidates to ensure that all persons appointed are suitable to work with our children and adults.