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Regional Manager (North West)

Employer
RABI
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
29 Oct 2021

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Sector
Charity
Contract Type
Permanent
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We have an exciting opportunity for a Regional Manager to join our team. This is a home based role, with frequent travel around the North West. You will join us on a full time, permanent basis and in return, you will receive a competitive salary of £29,536.28 per annum.RABI has been supporting farming people throughout England and Wales for many generations. Providing practical guidance and proactive support to everyone within the agricultural community, RABI has a network of locally based teams who understand the challenges farming people face. The charity's range of services cover four areas:- Help at a critical time- Mental wellbeing- Support for living independently- Training and upskillingIt is an exciting time to join the charity as it implements a 5-year strategy which aims to quadruple support to farming people by 2024. At the heart of this ambitious objective, is an aspiration to deliver a holistic, flexible approach to services that promotes early intervention and farmer wellbeing.The Regional Manager role:You will be the regional ambassador for RABI, promoting awareness of the charity and increasing income and other support across the counties. As the Regional Manager, you will cover various regions including Cumbria, Manchester, Lancashire, Cheshire, South and West Yorkshire areas.What you will be doing as our Regional Manager:- Generating income from multiple sources- Networking/publicising the work of RABI to professional services (corporate's) companies, agricultural suppliers, auction marts, farming organisations, colleges, community groups, and the public via meetings, presentations, attendance at local/regional, agricultural shows, ploughing matches, and through the local press- Increasing awareness of the charity within the farming/rural community to enable RABI to reach more people in need of support- Encouraging, motivating, and supporting existing voluntary county committees and recruit new members where necessary. Any other appropriate duties required to fulfil the needs of the charity- Maintaining ongoing relationships with corporate organisations in the farming industry, and beyond, and identify/establish new opportunities- Proactively identify and pursue other fundraising opportunities in the region- Working in conjunction with other agencies and farming related organisations to raise awareness of the work of RABI among both our supporter audiences and those who may need assistance- Managing and leading volunteers in the region, following compliance and good practice to ensure volunteers are safe, supported, and motivated- Gathering local intelligence within the region regarding opportunities for volunteers and potential fundraising and networking- Attending appropriate regional/local shows and ploughing matches, often setting up and manning the RABI stand- Representing RABI at relevant networking events to ensure that charity's voice is heardKey skills and experience we are looking for in our Regional Manager:- Demonstrate relevant experience and proven track record within fundraising (or marketing) environment- Clear succinct written communication style for drafting press releases/regional newsletters and thank you/condolence letters with exemplary grammar and spelling- Self-motivated and professional- Excellent face-to-face communication skills including a clear and confident presenting style- Strong time management and highly developed organisational skills- IT literate - good working knowledge of email systems, Word, and Excel- Public speaking experience- Able to work under pressure- Living and/or working among the farming community- Dealing with press enquiries- Empathy and understanding of UK agricultural methods/people and issues facing the industry- Understanding of the importance of customer and volunteer care- A self-starter, using own initiative to make decisions regularly- Able to work cooperatively with others across the organisation and externally- Able to work to tight deadlines and remaining calm under pressure including prioritising workloads- Able to work flexiblyIf you feel you have what it takes to become our Regional Manager click 'Apply' today, we'd love to hear from you!
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