Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice helps seriously unwell children and their families make the most of the special time they have together. The majority of babies and children we support are unlikely to reach their 18th birthday.
With talented individuals who share our passion to improve the lives of seriously unwell children and their families, we’re changing the landscape for paediatric palliative care in North and Central London, as well as Hertsmere.
We are Charity Today’s ‘Charity of the Year’ and Charity Times’ Fundraising Team of the Year’. Our culture is fast-paced, innovative and supportive. Based in The Ark, a brand new children’s hospice building set on a stunning 7.5-acre nature reserve in Barnet, we work to build an inclusive environment in which everyone, regardless of gender, race, religion, age, or background, can do their best work.
Designed by families, for families, The Ark was opened in September 2019 by the Mayor of London. The Ark is a place of light and life, where you will find music, art, play and drama therapy; children blossoming in sensory and soft play rooms; and the only fully accessible playground in London.
Coronavirus forced us to dramatically and rapidly expedite the opening of the In-Patient Unit at The Ark, to relieve the NHS and help our families. We’ve been there for children in acute need, including those at the end of their lives, as well their families who are facing the unimaginable. We are resolutely determined to be there for the children and families relying on us throughout coronavirus, and beyond.
We are looking for an intelligent, expansive thinker with a high level of determination and rigour. You will be able to demonstrate a relentless commitment to self and organisational improvement through your previous fundraising roles, as well as a desire to bring that drive to Noah’s Ark.
You will be an expert relationship builder and communicator to both internal and external audiences, with lots of energy and passion.
You will have excellent time management skills, be able to prioritise effectively, and manage application and reporting schedules efficiently.
You will welcome professional challenge, thrive on responsibility and be able to keep a cool head under pressure.
Needless to say, you will have experience of writing absolutely first-class funding applications that are compelling to read and are presented beautifully.
Address: Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice, The Ark, Byng Road, Barnet EN5 4NP
Department: Fundraising & Communications
Salary: £45,000-£50,000 (£36,000-£40,000 pro rata)
Hours: 30 a week
Reporting to: Director of Fundraising & Communications
Responsible for: Trust Fundraiser