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Community Fundraising Manager

Employer
Target Ovarian Cancer
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
28 Jul 2021

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Sector
Charity
Contract Type
Permanent
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Job Details

11 women die every day from ovarian cancer and survival rates in the UK are among the worst in Europe. Target Ovarian Cancer is the UK's leading ovarian cancer charity. Join us to raise awareness, fund research and save lives.

We are the authority on ovarian cancer. We work with women, family members and health professionals to ensure we target the areas that matter most for those living and working with ovarian cancer.

Together with the ovarian cancer community, we are transforming the future for women in the UK who are living with ovarian cancer and thousands more who are yet to be diagnosed. But there is so much more to do. We will not stop until we have achieved our goal of doubling survival from ovarian cancer by 2050.

This is an exciting time to join Target Ovarian Cancer as we build on our continued growth. Working with the Head of Community and Events Fundraising and our team of expert fundraisers across a variety of income streams, you'll lead on developing and implementing our community fundraising strategy to achieve a further step-change in income.

You'll be a relationship management expert with significant experience in engaging and supporting high value fundraisers, volunteers and voluntary groups. You'll enjoy developing and managing community fundraising products. Your drive and focus on targets will maximise income and secure increased support, helping us to achieve our ambitious goals.

We're looking for an experienced community fundraiser, either currently working at a managerial level or ready for a step up, to attract, empower and engage our fundraising community, and develop our community fundraising products.

The role is a full time, 37.5 hours per week, permanent position. We're currently all working from home and will continue to offer agile working in the future as restrictions ease.

To apply, please send your CV and a cover letter with the job in the subject line to Chantelle Ojo. Please also complete and return the equalities monitoring form.

Applications close at 9am on Tuesday 3 August.

First interviews will be held 9/10 August, by video call.

We want to make our recruitment accessible to all, if there is a way we can support you in your application, please contact us with the job in the subject line.
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