Major Donor ManagerLocation:
Moorfields, London Full Time:
35 hours per week Contract type:
Circa £40k per annum - inclusive of Inner London WeightingCould you lead and help shape the Major Donor Team to develop high value relationships with exciting and leading philanthropists, generating income essential to our continued support of people in crisis in the UK and around the world?
Following renewed investment and ambition of the organisation in major gifts, the British Red Cross are looking for an ambitious Major Donor Manager who will be responsible for managing a portfolio of major donors and prospects, preparing high quality, tailored solicitation and stewardship plans, and working with senior volunteers and leadership to secure major donor support at the £50k+ level.
This is a great opportunity as you will lead on projects in the Major Donor team and will represent the department on cross-team working groups, building strong, mutually beneficial relationships with key stakeholders across the organisation.
Reporting to the Deputy Head of Major Donors, you will work closely with the leadership team to support the development and implementation of a brand new Major Donor strategy and collaborate with senior stakeholders and peers from across the organisation to maximise pipeline opportunities for the Fundraising and Supporter Engagement Directorate.
If you are an enthusiastic, ambitious Major Donor professional, this is a fantastic opportunity to hold a key post within the High Value Giving and Events department at an exciting time for philanthropy within the organisation.Our team are united by one goal - to help people in crisis
Your role will be based within our High Value Giving & Events department, which raises essential income through strategic collaborations with philanthropists, statutory, trusts & foundations and corporate partnerships funders.
The High Value Giving & Events Department is a key part of the Fundraising Division and looks to maximise the income raised from Companies, Trusts and Statutory funders, Philanthropists and through prestige events. The Philanthropy Team is responsible for developing long-term high yield relationships with key individuals who can make significant financial contributions to the organisation.
The Philanthropy team relies upon ambitious and skilled individuals able to capitalise on their specialist knowledge and experience. This requires a commitment to achieving objectives and exceptional team working, interpersonal and relationship building skills. This role might be for you if...
You have excellent negotiation skills, substantial experience of fundraising from Major Donors and high-profile individuals or organisations, with additional experience of personally securing gifts in excess of £50k+
You will have knowledge of major gift fundraising principles and the solicitation process with a demonstrable ability to engage with Major Donors and solicit high value personal donations through face to face meetings with the ability to present a compelling "case for support" using excellent written and verbal communication skills.
You will be able to prioritise, both strategically and operationally with the ability to influence at senior stakeholder level.
Please view the full role profile for more information about this opportunity.Closing date for applications is (11:59) Tuesday 22nd of September 2020.
Interviews are anticipated to take place week commencing 28th September 2020 by Zoom.What you get in return
As well as a rewarding career with a global charity, you'll get access to a wide range of enhanced benefits:
A little bit more about us...
- 36 days holiday (including Bank Holidays)
- Option to buy an extra 5 days annual leave
- Up to 6% contributory pension
- Flexible working policy
- Employee discounts
- Wellbeing support and advice helpline
- Cycle to work scheme
- Season ticket loan
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