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Community Fundraiser-Scotland

Job Title: Community Fundraiser-Scotland

Salary: £18,500-£22,000 per annum
Hours: 9am - 5pm Monday to Friday
Location: G64, Glasgow
Date Posted: 21st February 2020
Closing Date: 15th May 2022
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  • Fundraiser– Scotland
    • Role: Fundraising
    • Hours: -35 hours per week
    • Salary: – Depending on experience
    • Location: Glasgow Office
    • Hybrid Working Policy: A minimum of 70 % of the working week in the Glasgow office

     

    Kidney Cancer Scotland is recruiting for a Fundraiser. The position on offer is 35 hours per week.

     

    This role involves developing relationships with individuals across Scotland (and if required across the UK) with the 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 role will have a focus on engaging with and promoting community and events fundraising, involving leading on key events, ranging from our own events to the national events programme and supporter organised activities.

     

    The role works collaboratively with all members of the Kidney Cancer Scotland and Kidney Cancer UK team to deliver the expected income for the charity. You will be expected to draw on your experience of developing relationships with a wide range of people to ensure that Kidney Cancer Scotland is the beneficiary of choice across all fundraising activities.

     

    What we’re looking for in our Fundraiser

     

    • Experience of working in a fundraising or sales/marketing environment
    • Excellent organisational skills
    • A self-motivated, self-starter
    • Well versed in using all social media platforms as a communications tool
    • Working closely with volunteers
    • Experience of planning, delivering, and evaluating fundraising activities and events with the aim of continuous improvement
    • Experience of planning, delivering, and evaluating activities and events
    • Experience of fundraising or marketing campaigns
    • A confident and accurate write
    • Developing relationships and supporting those undertaking personal fundraising activities
    • Ability to work together in the team across the charity to deliver a shared aim
    • Strategy development and delivery
    • Campaign development and execution
    • Strong face-to-face interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate with confidence and fluency
    • Empathy, often working with families who have been affected by kidney cancer
    • Competency in Microsoft Office, particularly Excel and Word, and using databases
    •  Hold  full UK driving license
    • Have full use of a vehicle

     

    What we offer

    Competitive salary

    A generous non-contributory pension scheme

    20 days annual leave entitlement per annum, plus bank holidays

    Laptop

    Mobile phone

 

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