If you have a proven track record of at least three years in charity fundraising and a strong desire to bring hope and health to people fighting sickness and poverty, we'd love to hear from you. We need a person like you who will rise to the challenge to secure vital funds for our health projects in Malawi, Nepal and India.
Our new Fundraising Manager will be a key player with responsibilities to grow and strengthen our community of support, develop regular giving and legacies, recruit new supporters, run appeals, manage events and speak in church and other supporter meetings.
We have an incredible community of dedicated supporters and we want to inspire more people to join this movement of change, improving lives where there is little hope for a better future and bringing holistic healthcare to those whose voice is not listened to.
With your help, we can make this a reality.
We believe Every Life Matters. As an experienced international healthcare charity, we're committed to helping transform lives through compassionate, effective, and sustainable healthcare, and guided by our Christian faith. We work closely with trusted partners in Malawi, Nepal and India to tackle inequalities for people who are excluded and marginalised by sickness and poverty through developing palliative care, reducing the impact of disease and responding to healthcare emergencies.
Our ideal Fundraising Manager
At least three years of Charity Fundraising experience.
A people person, brilliant at nurturing strong supporter relationships
A motivational and confident communicator, with excellent verbal and written communication skills
Proactive and hard-working, equally competent when working alone or as part of a team.
Good organisational and project management skills
Excellent IT skills including MS Office, Excel, Raisers Edge NXT
Experienced in creating and running fundraising campaigns
Strong social media skills
Preferably educated to degree or similar standard
EMMS International is a non-denominational Christian charity. The post-holder will be committed to our Christian beliefs and values. The role involves talking and praying in churches and with supporters about our work and our shared Christian beliefs.
Travel - You may be required to travel mainly within the UK and possibly overseas to our projects in Malawi, Nepal or India.
Right to work in the UK - All staff are required to provide evidence of their right to work in the UK