We're really excited to be recruiting for a Development Manager to join The Landmark Trust, one of Britain's leading building conservation charities.
Job Title: Development Manager
Contract: 12-month Fixed Term Contract (Maternity Cover)
Full time (35 hours per week). Flexible working, and/or a part-time option will also be considered.
Salary: £28,000 to £30,000
Required: CV and Cover Letter
Full UK Driving License required
The Development Manager (Patrons, Friends & Events) is responsible for the Patron and Friends programmes, supporting donor events and developing mid-level giving and will be joining the Development Team who are responsible for generating £2million+ annual income through a variety of raised income streams.
You will lead on all aspects of these two supporter programmes, providing some of our most valuable and committed supporters with the highest standards of stewardship, nurturing their relationship with Landmark, and driving membership growth and income.
This is also an opportunity to develop a strategy to nurture and grow mid-level giving in the range of £1,000 up to £5,000 from individuals who are not Patrons. You will also be line managing the Events and Friends Coordinator who administers the Friends scheme and supports the delivery of events for Development.
The Landmark Trust are looking for someone who is flexible, personable, can calmly juggle priorities, and who is exceptional at planning and approaching events in a methodical way. This person must have good attention to detail, with the ability to make decisions independently. The ability to communicate the cause effectively in writing, and verbally when meeting supporters at events is essential to the role, as well as being highly organised and comfortable engaging with current and prospective supporters one-to-one and in groups, in person and online.
If you are interested in working for this incredible charity, then please do get in contact by emailing your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. Closing date is Monday July 26th at 9:00am however we will be screening applications as they come in so please do submit your CV asap or the role may close early.
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