Housing and homelessness • Either London or home-based anywhere in the UK • £32,758 + £4,689 ILW if applicable • Permanent, full time (we will consider either a 5 or 4 day week)

Contact Emily: 07851 879269 emily@quarterfive.co.uk LinkedIn

About the role

This is a really exciting role within a team at a major housing and homelessness charity, specifically designed to go after new trust relationships.

Reporting into an experienced Senior Manager, you’ll be responsible for developing relationships with trusts which haven’t supported the charity or are relatively new to them.

This will include a lot of major trust and institutional-style donors as well as some smaller family trusts. The portfolio will be a mix – some have given before but have the propensity to give more, and some are in development for their first gift.

The team is successful due to their careful and relationship-focused stewardship of donors. The joint target between this role and the Senior Manager is £1.4m, so there is opportunity for some big gifts here!

This charity has an incredible track record of supporting its’ staff’s careers, including opportunities for promotions, training and internal secondments to gain experience in other areas. There are also excellent benefits such as 30 days annual leave.

The ideal candidate will have trusts experience, be able to pick up both warm and cold conversations with potential funders, and have an enthusiasm and interest in fair housing for all.

Closing date: 6 May 2022

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