Regional Fundraiser

Recruiter
360 RESOURCING SOLUTIONS
Location
London (Greater)
Posted
10 Jan 2018
Closes
10 Feb 2018
Sector
Charity
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
The MND Association has a unique opportunity available for a home based Regional Fundraiser to join the team covering London and Thames Valley. The role is a full time permanent position working 37 hours per week. We are offering the Regional Fundraiser a competitive salary of £28,500 per annum + benefits. The MND Association was founded in 1979. Our mission is to improve care and support for people with MND, their families and carers. We also fund and promote research that leads to new understanding and treatments and brings us closer to a cure for MND. The Association also campaigns and raises awareness so the needs of people with MND, and everyone who cares for them, are recognised and addressed by wider society. What are the responsibilities of the Regional Fundraiser? An opportunity has arisen for a Regional Fundraiser to join the Fundraising Team at the Motor Neurone Disease Association. The key purpose of this role is to identify, develop and undertake fundraising activities across the fundraising mix to meet agreed budgets. The role will support, motivate and develop the fundraising activities of the branches and groups within the London and Thames Valley region. What do we look for in a Regional Fundraiser? The successful candidate will have demonstrable experience of working within the Community Fundraising sector. Outstanding communication and presentation skills are essential along with a proven track record in achieving fundraising targets. We are looking for a people orientated self-starter with good organisational skills and the ability to work swiftly and methodically to ensure fundraising opportunities are seized and maximised. A full driving licence and access to a car is essential Travels expenses will be covered for this post. What is MND? - MND is a fatal, rapidly progressive disease that affects the brain and spinal cord - It attacks the nerves that control movement so muscles refuse to work. Sensory nerves are not usually affected - It can leave people locked in a failing body, unable to move, talk and eventually breathe - It kills a third of people within a year and more than half within two years of diagnosis - It has no cure. Closing date: Monday 5th February 2018 Why not click ‘apply’ today? Don’t miss out on this opportunity to join a committed and powerful organisation as our Regional Fundraiser.