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Fundraising Manager (FTC, Part-Time)

Peak District National Park Authority
Bakewell, Derbyshire
£34,373 to £37,568 per annum pro rata
Closing date
4 Jul 2022

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Fundraising Manager (FTC, Part-Time)
Bakewell, Derbyshire

About Us

The Peak District National Park Authority protects, enhances and shares the natural beauty, wildlife and cultural heritage of the Peak District. We also support the economic and social wellbeing of the communities in which we work.

As the UK’s first National Park, the Peak District has a rich history and has been shaped by the interaction of people and nature over thousands of years. The Park is enjoyed by millions each year looking for adventure, knowledge and a fantastic day out.

We’re currently looking for a Fundraising Manager to join us on a fixed term contract for 12 months initially, with the possibility of extending, working flexibly over four days.

The Benefits

- Salary of £34,373 - £37,568 per annum
- 25 days’ annual leave plus Bank Holidays
- Local government pension scheme
- Flexitime with the possibility of some homeworking
- On-site parking
- Work from offices based in the heart of the National Park
- Benefit from stunning surroundings and views on a daily basis

This is a fantastic opportunity for a talented and passionate fundraising professional with experience managing people and budget planning to join our organisation.

The integral work we do across the spectacular variety of scenery, from steep sided limestone dales to the dramatic high moorlands, would not be possible without your incredible fundraising work.

Therefore, we need your extensive knowledge and experience of fundraising to ensure the National Park can be maintained and enjoyed for years to come.

So, if you’re pioneering, dedicated and want to join us to inspire support so we can make imperative improvements in nature recovery across the UK’s original National Park, then apply today!

The Role

As a Fundraising Manager, you will develop our fundraising capacity and the team that supports this.

Managing a diverse range of fundraising and grant giving activities to maximise income, you will improve supporter recruitment and retention, lead on governance and manage grant offers and projects.

You will also build upon our grant application process and the work of our newly formed charity as well as overseeing a programme approach to bidding for, and managing, grant income.

Additionally, you will:

- Manage fundraising income and expenditure budget
- Support the promotion of the fundraising development voice
- Develop and manage the CRM system and supporter database

About You

To be considered as a Fundraising Manager, you will need:

- Evidence of implementing significant fundraising campaigns
- Experience of fundraising and marketing using a range of channels
- Evidence of managing people and budget planning
- Experience of managing supporter activation and acquisition programmes
- Experience of managing CRM strategies and systems
- Experience of developing and objectively judging creative communications to meet fundraising outcomes
- A relevant professional qualification such as an IDM diploma, Institute of Fundraising diploma, etc.

The closing date for this role is 4th July 2022.

Other organisations may call this role Events Fundraising Manager, Community Fundraising Manager, Philanthropy Manager, Development Manager, Individual Giving Lead, or Community and Engagement Fundraising Manager.

The Peak District National Park Authority is an equal opportunities employer, values diversity and is strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and all applicants for employment. Equal opportunities are the only acceptable way to conduct business and we believe that the more inclusive our environment is, the better our work will be.

So, if you’re looking to make a difference as a Fundraising Manager, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.


Our history
The history of the Peak District National Park is closely tied to the history of all Britain's national parks. The Peak District National Park was designated a national park in 1951, making it the UK's first, but the story of Britain's national parks started in the 1880s with the first attempt to introduce a freedom to roam.

Our purposes
The Peak District National Park Authority has been given the task of looking after the national park and it does so to an agenda set out by central government. It works in partnership with other organisations and individuals to deliver the two statutory purposes and duty.

There are 30 members of the National Park Authority. Our members come from a range of backgrounds and offer a wealth of knowledge and experience. What they all share is a passion for the national park.

The Peak District National Park Authority is a public body made up of two groups of people: members and staff. Staff are sometimes called officers. Approximately 280 staff work for the Peak District National Park Authority.

We employ people who are specialists in ecology, archaeology, property, planning and rangers. We also employ specialist support staff who provide the core infrastructure including finance, IT, communications and human resources.

Find Us
01629 816 200
Aldern House
Baslow Road
DE45 1AE
United Kingdom
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