This charity is offering a fantastic opportunity for an individual looking to use their experience in fundraising to lead a team of Community Fundraisers, whilst making a difference at one of the most innovative and ambitious medical research fundraising charities in the UK as a Community Development Manager.
Community Development Manager North
Location: Home-based, North of England or Scotland
Salary: Circa £42,500k per annum
Hours: Full time, 35 hours per week
Benefits: Holiday entitlement - 25 days per annum excluding UK Public Holidays, access to an Employee Assistance Programme, personal safety app, and option to join our healthcare system.
About the charity
Our client is an ambitious charity, passionate about finding a cure for brain tumours through the establishment of dedicated Brain Tumour Research Centres of Excellence around the UK and challenging the Government and larger cancer charities to increase the national investment for research into brain tumours to £35 million a year and bring parity with other cancers.
Their vision is to find a cure for all types of brain tumours. Their mission is to increase the UK investment in brain tumour research.
They are invested in their employees and are proud to be accredited by Investors in People.
About the Role
This organisation is a growing charity with a diverse range of exciting and fast-paced campaigns and activities. The Community Development Manager will lead a team of Community Fundraisers across the North of England and Scotland, stewarding supporters to generate and grow income in order to achieve a regional team target of approximately £1.4 million. You will work within an innovative and supportive fundraising team, who are passionate about the cause as well as cross-functionally with teams such as PR and Comms, and the Research, Policy and Innovation departments.
Are you someone who is ambitious, curious and fun to work with? Are you task focused, organised and enjoy a challenge?
Do you have experience in:
- Working within the charity sector?
- Meeting financial targets?
- Managing a team to deliver on objectives?
If the answer to these questions is ‘yes!’, and you would like to join an energetic, pioneering, and aspirational charity, with a passion for finding a cure for brain tumours, then they would love to hear from you.
Closing Date: 26th November 2023.
Early applications will be considered as they are received.
Please click 'Apply' and follow the job board process. You will receive an email from CHM Recruit containing further information on how to apply for the role.
Please note that although you may be asked by the job board to upload a CV, you are not applying at this stage.
Candidates may also have in experience in, or looking for a career in: Fundraising Manager, Head of Fundraising, Fundraising Development Manager, Community Fundraising Manager, Senior Fundraising Officer.
No agencies please.