Head of Hospice Fundraising

Recruiter
Sue Ryder
Location
Henley-on-Thames
Posted
10 Jan 2018
Closes
09 Feb 2018
Sector
Charity
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Head of Fundraising Nettlebed Hospice, Henley on Thames Competitive salary plus extensive benefits package Are you a fundraising leader seeking your next challenge or an experienced Senior Community Fundraising Manager looking to step up? If so come and join one of the UK’s largest and most recognisable charities and contribute to the incredible work we do across Sue Ryder. The role In this instrumental role has been created following new investment, it will report straight to the Hospice Director and manage the hospice fundraising team. Not only will you strategically drive income growth through multiple income streams, including robust community fundraising, this is also a great opportunity to lead a team to recruit and develop hundreds of new volunteers each year to drive local fundraising efforts. We have ambitions to grow the hospice's sustainable voluntary income from c. £600k in 17/18 to c. £1million in 20/21. In addition, the famous 'Nettlebed Sales' generates c. £500k annually for the hospice. Other responsibilities include: • Plan and lead the delivery of a local community fundraising strategy in line with the overall Sue Ryder Hospice Fundraising Strategy • Lead, manage, coach and guide direct line reports to deliver income and achieve KPIs • Personally develop higher value partnerships in the community in order to raise the profile of Nettlebed • Lead, build, manage and report on a detailed Nettlebed hospice fundraising budget, including income and expenditure • Ensure the delivery of a great supporter experience locally, by implementing our national Supporter Journey framework. About you It’s an exciting time to join Sue Ryder and to hit the ground running you will have outstanding senior fundraising experience in delivering income to target. Not only will you have a proven track record in successful income growth but demonstrable evidence of embedding a proactive fundraising culture and developing key community relationships yourself. As a strong people manager you’ll have the experience to drive change and motivate others. You’ll have the skills to develop meaningful relationships with not only national fundraising colleagues and staff across the hospice but supporters, services users and their families alike. *Competitive Benefits Package* – 25 days holiday rising to 30 plus bank holidays, buy and sell holiday scheme, private pension, Life Assurance, staff discount with thousands of retailers, enhanced maternity pay, 15% off New Goods and lots more. Please visit our benefits page for the full list.