Fundraising Manager

Recruiter
Maytree Respite Centre
Location
London
Salary
35000.0000
Posted
09 Feb 2017
Closes
09 Mar 2017
Sector
Charity
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Fundraising Manager

London, N7

c£35,000 + benefits

Implementing and developing the strategy to secure funding for our life saving work is a vital role and one which requires an experienced and talented individual with a proven track record of fundraising and the vision and passion to build a diversified fundraising practice. Established in 2002 Maytree is a registered charity providing support, advice and respite for people in suicidal crisis as well as promoting awareness and understanding of suicide prevention.

As the Fundraising Manager you will work with the Director to manage and develop Maytree’s fundraising strategy ensuring our plans for growth and replication, meaning we can help even more people in crisis, come to fruition.

An inspiring leader with the ability to engage and build rapport at all levels you’ll motivate and lead and small team of paid staff and volunteers to meet short and long term financial goals. You’ll identify and develop new income streams, including local businesses, new trusts and foundations, community fundraising events and individual giving as well as nurturing existing funding streams.

You’ll be a reliable self-starter who will enjoy an entrepreneurial role working for a small ground-breaking charity with the freedom and autonomy to establish and develop a professional fundraising practice.

This is an exciting role with the opportunity to make a real impact to a cause that offers tangible benefits to hundreds of people in crisis. You’ll join a small but passionate team with an informal approach and genuine commitment to staff welfare, including 28 days annual leave, free gym access, massages and flexible working patterns.

To apply please send you CV and a covering statement outlining your interest and suitability for the role.

N.B. First stage interviews will be held week commencing 13th March.