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Fundraising and Partnerships Manager

Employer
Brewster Partners
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
30 Jul 2021

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Sector
Charity
Contract Type
Permanent
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THE COMPANY:

Brewster Partners Charity & Not-for-Profit are currently recruiting for a Fundraising and Partnerships Manager for our client based in Doncaster.

THE JOB:

This is a full time permanent role, and will be based in Doncaster.

This role will require you to oversee the management and coordination of the fundraising duties. Within this role you will oversee the development of the fundraising strategy, while supporting the local community in the recovery from this pandemic.

As well as this you will aim to increase the supporter base, develop partner relationships with corporate and funding partners, assist in bid writing, as well as developing accurate mailing lists. You will also oversee and deliver on event budgets, whilst ensuring all staff and volunteers are DBS checked.

THE PERSON:

This role would suit someone in a similar position, ideally with experience of fundraising and event management. You will be comfortable in forming relationships with partner charities, and possess the ability to win new supporters.

It would be beneficial to have experience of writing bids and compelling texts, but this is not essential.

THE BENEFITS:

A salary of between to £28,000 - £32,000 as well as above industry standard benefits.

Brewster Partners Office Support & Technical Recruitment is a division of the Brewster Partners Recruitment Group focusing on the recruitment of talent in administration, business support, HR, sales, marketing and purchasing in South Yorkshire, West Yorkshire, East Yorkshire, North Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire and the Midlands. If you are interested in discussing this job in more detail or any other aspect of office support and technical recruitment we would really like to hear from you. Please visit our website at Brewster Partners for more information
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