Health/medical • Remote working • Circa £40,000 in London, £37,000 outside London • Full time, permanent

Contact Janice: 07939 142426 LinkedIn

About the role
  • There is cross-organisational appetite, budget and collaboration to drive legacy income
  • Legacy income accounts for half of fundraising income for the charity
  • It is its own department within the directorate ·
  • The legacy team is very well-regarded and respected across the organisation
  • Excellent learning and development opportunities
  • Creative and empathetic environment
Job description
  • Reporting to the Head of Legacy Engagement, responsible for acquiring, developing, and stewarding legacy supporters
  • Management and development of a legacy officer
  • Ensures internal engagement and understanding of legacies throughout the charity
  • Work with colleagues to run legacy events
  • Large focused on retention activities, with new legacy retention campaigns launching
  • Ongoing development and management of the Free Wills campaign that generates most of the legacy pledges, target of 400 new pledges a year
Person specification
  • Ideally at senior officer level at a medium or large organisation, with line management experience
  • Legacy experience is desirable but candidates with direct marketing or general fundraising experience are of interest
  • Line management essential
  • Collaborative and enjoys being in a close-knit, supportive team
  • Excellent stewardship and supporter journey experience
  • Can evidence ability to develop relationships with colleagues across a fundraising department, working across an organisation on multiple projects
  • Remote role with travel to meetings/events paid for

Closing date: 28 January 2022

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