Health, Medical • 2-3 days in London • £50,000 -£55,000 • Permanent, full time (part time working and compressed hours considered)

Contact Janice: 07939 142426 LinkedIn

About the charity/role
  • You’ll be joining at the outset a new 5-year strategy, playing a key role in the growth of both public fundraising and the organisation more broadly
  • Significant, multi-year investment in public fundraising is already in budget, and backed by reserves of £5 million
  • This role is at the heart of a fundraising department has recently been restructured, opening up new ways of working and presenting opportunities to invest in fundraising and increase income
Job description
  • Newly created role as Head of Public Fundraising for a growing cancer charity
  • Leads regular giving, cash giving, legacy, in memory, challenge events and community fundraising
  • Initially responsible for £1.6 million income, this role will be critical in their 5-year strategy to increase to £5 million
  • Growing regular giving and legacy income, with an investment of £250k every year to 2023
  • Managing and growing the public fundraising team
  • Develop and implement robust reporting, maximising the use of the Salesforce database
  • Develop support journeys across public fundraising and ensure best practices in supporter care
  • GDPR lead for fundraising
Person specification
  • Extensive direct marketing and regular giving experience is essential
  • Experience of other public fundraising incomes streams is desirable
  • Knowledge of how good data practice supports increased audience awareness and income
  • Experience of Salesforce is a benefit, but full training will be provided
  • Open and honest management style, with experience of managing a team across multiple income streams/supporter care
  • Someone who likes to test and learn and views mistakes as learning experiences
  • Ambitious, and keen to put a mark on to growing but realistic public fundraising programme
  • Demonstrable ability to operate flexibly and work with key peers in a small senior team is desirable

Closing date of the 25th February. Please get in touch in the first instance for an initial conversation. CV and supporting statement needed for submission documents

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