- Role: Fundraising Manager
- Hours: 28-35 hours per week
- Salary: GBP32,000-GBP33,000 per annum (pro-rata) - depending on experience
- Location: Head Office, Stroud, Gloucestershire
At Meningitis Now, we save lives and rebuild futures by funding research, raising awareness and providing support for people whose lives have been changed by meningitis.
You will work alongside our Fundraising Managers to lead a team that will deliver the annual Fundraising Team financial target, which is circa GBP835,000 in 2021/22. You will also help develop and deliver a strategy to grow sustainable income over time.
As this is a maternity cover role, you will bring specialist expertise and experience including Individual Giving, Direct Marketing, In-Memory Fundraising and Legacies. More generally, you will work to develop relationships with supporters across the UK, with the overall aim of raising funds and increasing the profile of the charity. This will include the engagement and recruitment of new supporters and the development of long-term relationships through excellent stewardship.
The post holder will be expected to draw on their experience of developing relationships with a wide range of people to ensure that Meningitis Now is the beneficiary of choice across all fundraising activities.
- 30 days annual leave entitlement per annum, plus bank holidays
- A cash healthcare plan
- Employer-matched pension contribution (up to 5%)
- Death in service cover
- Hybrid working
- Long-term service rewards
Closing dates for applications: 10am on Tuesday 30 November 2021*
*Note: Meningitis Now reserve the right to close this advert early or extend it depending on the number of sufficient applications received. If you are interested, please apply as soon as possible.
We want to represent the breadth and diversity of the UK and particularly welcome expressions of interest from a diverse range of professional and personal backgrounds.
Meningitis Now is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The suitability of all prospective employees or volunteers will be assessed during the recruitment process. The successful candidate will be required to complete regular safeguarding training and undertake a DBS check.