Trusts & Foundations Fundraising Manager

£35,000-£40,000 dependent on experience

Home-based with weekly / biweekly virtual meetings with the Chief Executive

Role description

The Natasha Allergy Research Foundation is looking for a Trusts & Foundations Fundraising Manager to play a critical role in shaping cases for support around unique allergy research, crafting high quality, targeted applications at the 5 and 6 figure level.

A research council is being established and a keystone immunotherapy research project is already costed and partly funded, providing you with a strong ask to work with straight away.

You will also have the opportunity to work with the research council to develop a suite of research projects and funding opportunities focused not just on medical research but also the causes of allergies, harm prevention and community impact.

This is a stellar opportunity to join the charity at the outset of their research funding journey.

You’ll be involved in raising money, of course, but also have the opportunity to play a key role in shaping the case for support, working closely with the CEO and Founders to do so.

If you have a track record of shaping cases for support and crafting successful applications to trusts, enjoy variety and are excited at the prospect of developing and delivering a substantial grant income programme, we’d love to hear from you.

Medical research experience would be useful for success in this role, so if you are experienced in this area we’d be particularly interested to hear from you.

Please download the job description to see more details and/or request a call back from Emily Birch at QuarterFive by filling your details in below.

Details and benefits

This position is a home-based role with weekly / biweekly virtual meetings (as needed) with the Chief Executive.

Future travel to meetings into London and other places across the UK will be required from time to time.  Expenses will be paid in line with the charity’s Expenses Policy.

Closing date: Monday 21 June 2021

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Contact: Emily Birch, Lead Consultant at QuarterFive

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