Individual Giving Coordinator
Fixed Term – 1 year (maternity cover)
Starting salary for this position is £31,776 per annum (plus contributory pension)
We are looking for an exceptional Individual Giving Coordinator to join our dynamic Fundraising team. This is a fantastic opportunity to a join an international charity that shared the 1997 Nobel Peace-Prize. This role would suit a motivated and target driven individual who would work with our Direct Marketing Manager and manage our Individual Giving Assistant to raise much needed income from individual givers with a particular emphasis on regular giving.
This is an exciting and challenging opportunity for a fundraiser, preferably with direct marketing experience. The successful candidate will use their excellent communication and project management skills to manage various donor development and recruitment campaigns. You will also have the opportunity to use your creativity to develop and execute compelling fundraising propositions to inspire prospective donors.
The successful candidate will have previous fundraising experience in a target-based supporter acquisition or development role, experience of producing effective copy appropriate for a range of audiences, and previous experience of using a fundraising database to generate reports and analyse information. You will be able to demonstrate an enthusiastic approach, able to inspire and engage prospective donors.
How to apply
For further information about this opportunity, as well as the application form, please download the Application Information Pack, below:
Application is by submission of completed application form. This should be sent to email@example.com by the closing date of 25 November 2018.
Applicants who are non-residents of the UK will need to provide documentary evidence of their eligibility to work in the UK.
Due to the high volume of applications that we receive, we are not able to respond to every application. If you have not heard back from us within 3 weeks of applying, it means that your application has not been successful.