Fundraising Officer – Holocaust Educational Trust

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Fundraising Officer – Holocaust Educational Trust

Contract Type

Permanent

Hours

Full or part time

Location

Central London (hybrid working – minimum 2 days in office and 3 days working from home)

Sector

Fundraising

Salary

£32,000 - £40,000 (dependent on skills and experience)

Closing date

21st May 2024 Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis

Hours: Full Time, 37.5 hours per week (part-time and flexible working requests will also be considered)

Responsible to: Head of Fundraising 

This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced, driven fundraising professional to join our small but dedicated team. The successful candidate will have solid foundations and experience, working across multiple fundraising streams, including, but not limited to, Trusts and Foundations, corporate partnerships/fundraising, donor stewardship and events.

Reporting to the Head of Fundraising, the post-holder will be responsible for helping to develop our current fundraising activity to reach our ambitious fundraising income targets; developing new sources of funding, and supporting in the delivery of a variety of fundraising activities. 

We are seeking an enthusiastic, self-motivated and target orientated individual, who is passionate about our work and relishes the challenge of growing our non-statutory income (over £2 million annually) further. 

Working closely with the fundraising team, senior managers and senior volunteers, you will be proactive and a great team player. However, you will be equally happy to work autonomously with proven success to secure donations, identify new opportunities and deliver compelling and impactful approaches for support.

The successful candidate should be able to demonstrate the following:

1. Experience producing high quality, tailored Trust and Foundation applications including researching, planning, reporting, and seeing through to completion;

2. Experience running successful corporate fundraising campaigns and building corporate relationships;

3. Donor Stewardship experience and proven ability to cultivate and maintain positive relationships with stakeholders in general;

4. Confidence using CRM databases (preferably Raisers Edge or similar), high-level working knowledge of Word and Excel;

5. Highly organised with the ability to prioritise workload effectively and with excellent attention to detail; 

6. Highly developed written and verbal communication skills to deliver fundraising pitches, ideas, and project updates to a range of audiences in a clear, inspiring, and confident way;

7. Numeracy skills with the ability to analyse reports and budgets; 

8. A high level of discretion and integrity; 

9. Knowledge of / willingness to learn about Data Protection Regulation, Charity Fundraising legislation and employee health & safety responsibilities within the organisation.

Please note, we will consider applications from those who may have less experience but are passionate about our cause; are looking to develop their fundraising experience or have transferable skills e.g. research/ writing/ cultivating relationships. We are willing to be flexible and adaptable, dependant on the candidate’s experience.

For more information and to be personally recommended for the role, please contact melissa@theworkavenue.org.uk

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