(TRUSTS & GRANTS)
We are looking to recruit a self-motivated and effective Fundraiser/s who will raise income through a variety of fundraising opportunities.
This post suits either a full-time worker, or open to part-time for the right candidate/s.
The Fundraising Manager will coordinate the charity's fundraising function through implementing the Charity’s Income Generation Plan. Their main remit will include the writing and submission of high quality and compelling applications to charitable trusts and foundations. They will coordinate the In-Memory and Legacy marketing strategies to promote ‘in memory giving’ to the hospice. Responsible for budget setting and ensuring cost effectiveness in delivering on income strategy.
The Fundraising Manager is a member of the Charity’s Senior Leadership Team. They will have line management responsibility for staff and volunteers working in the fundraising department.
The Butterfly Hospice Trust, Charity Offices, Rowan Way, Boston PE21 9DH
Proven ability of writing persuasive, interesting and effective cases for support. Bid-writing experience is advantageous.
• Numerate with experience of recording and analysing
data. Secure administrative and IT skills.
• Ability to work effectively in a target-led environment
• Ability to maintain records and produce clear written and
• Proven experience working in fundraising or public
relations with strong interpersonal skills and the ability to
deal with a diverse range of people
• Experience in leading a team to success
• Ability to travel in/across the County is essential
• Educated to GCSE standard, with secure Maths and English
qualifications (as a minimum).
Full-time: £22,000 per annum
Part-time: Pro-rata of £22,000
Hours of Work
1. Full-time: 37.5 hours per week (Monday-Friday)
9 - 5pm
2. Part-time / Job share:
Days/Hours negotiable at interview
(Occasional flexibility and adaptability in working hours as required)
Full Time: 22 days per year, plus all public holidays
We are a small charity team, working together and sharing a commitment to provide a facility for those requiring hospice care. Your input will make a difference to our patients and their loved ones.
The Butterfly Hospice Trust strives to provide a supportive working environment for all staff and volunteers in order that they can develop personally and professionally.
12 noon Friday 20th March 2020
Interviews: Thursday 26th March 2020
Telephone no: 01205 311222
We welcome prospective applicants to visit the Charity Offices by appointment for an informal chat and tour of the hospice.