Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity
Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity

Charity registered in Scotland SC007856

Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity is an organisation committed to our vision that all children and young people who are treated at the Royal Hospital for Children, Glasgow have the best care and experience possible.  We provide world class medical equipment and research, innovative play programmes and enhanced family resources. 


Current vacancies

Supporter Care Executive

  • Full time
  • £21,000 – £23,000
  • Office Based, Paisley
  • Closing 23rd May 2022

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a Supporter Care Executive to join Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity. You will be joining one of Scotland’s leading charities, and will have the opportunity to make a difference to the lives of the children, families and NHS staff we support. You will have great customer service experience, with excellent communication, organisation and administrative skills.

As a key member of the Operations Department you will provide the highest standard of administrative support to the many thousands of people who support our fundraising efforts.

The role of the Supporter Care Executive includes donation processing, data entry, donor care fulfilment and administration, and answering enquiries to Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity by email, telephone and in person. Key to the role is to identify and develop opportunities for our supporters and to realise the long-term value of potential supporters, new supporters and activity participants by ensuring they are sign-posted and informed of the many ways in which they can support our Charity.

This is an exciting time to join Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity, as we have a full calendar of campaigns and events in place to recognise our 20th anniversary.

If you have the relevant skills and are looking an opportunity with an employer committed to developing staff talent please apply for this position now!

Benefits

As a compassionate organisation we care about our staff and have a range of employee benefits that make Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity a great place to work – please see our range of employee benefits here

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Fundraiser

  • Full time
  • £23,000 – £25,000
  • A hybrid model of working – a mix of office based and home based working Office Location – 100 Brand Street, Glasgow, G51 1DG
  • Closing 28th September 2021

A fantastic opportunity has arisen at Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity to join a team that’s professional, committed and passionate about making a difference to those most in need of our help. We are looking for a loyal, committed and hardworking individual who is seeking a position within our Partnerships & Events Team.

Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity is an organisation committed to our vision. We raise funds to help those who tirelessly care for and nurture young lives at their most vulnerable; to invest in equipment, research and continued improvement of facilities and services for children and families in hospital.

As Fundraiser, you will be an enthusiastic, proactive, confident, hard-working and conscientious individual who will be an integral part of the Partnerships & Events Team.

As a key member of the Partnerships & Events Team, the Fundraiser will generate voluntary donations by supporting with the implementation and delivery of the fundraising initiatives and activities created by the Head of Partnerships & Events and the Fundraising Events & Activities Manager. The Fundraiser will work on a variety of fundraising initiatives and activities encompassing all areas of fundraising including Community, Partnerships, Events, Regional Fundraising and Trading.

If you have the relevant skills and personality as detailed above and are looking an opportunity with an employer committed to developing staff talent please apply for this position now!

Benefits: As a compassionate organisation we care about our staff and have a range of employee benefits that make Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity a great place to work – please see our range of employee benefits here

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Fundraising & Events Assistant

  • Full time
  • £19,000 – £20,000
  • Hybrid – Glasgow Office, Royal Hospital for Children, working from home
  • Closing 14th March 2022

Reporting To: Fundraising Events & Activities Manager

Hours:35 hours. The Charity will consider alternative flexible arrangements where required. Evening and weekend work will be required out with the normal working hours.

Status:Full time (6 month probationary period)

Holidays: 25 days plus 10 bank holidays

Benefits:As a compassionate organisation we care about our staff and have a range of employee benefits that make Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity a great place to work – please see our range of employee benefits here

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a Fundraising & Events Assistant to join Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity.

You will be joining one of Scotland’s leading charities, and will have the opportunity to make a difference to the lives of the children, families and NHS staff we support.

Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity is an organisation committed to our vision. We raise funds to help those who tirelessly care for and nurture young lives at their most vulnerable; to invest in equipment, research and continued improvement of facilities and services for children and families in hospital.

As a key member of the Partnerships & Events Team, the Fundraising & Events Assistant will provide fundraising and administrative support to the Fundraising Events & Activities Manager and Head of Partnerships & Events.

The successful candidate will learn a variety of fundraising skills, and develop an in depth knowledge of fundraising activity and stewardship.

The Fundraising & Events Assistant will work on supporter led fundraising events; ensuring fundraisers receive a high standard of donor stewardship at all times. The Fundraising & Events Assistant will also be responsible for the charities collection can service, generating income through merchandise sales and supporting with the delivery of GCHC events and activities.

This is an exciting time to join Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity, as we have a full calendar of campaigns and events in place to recognise our 20th anniversary.

If you have the relevant skills and are looking an opportunity with an employer committed to developing staff talent please apply for this position now!

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This vacancy has now closed

Marketing Officer

  • Full time
  • £21,000 – £26,000
  • Hybrid – Glasgow Office, Royal Hospital for Children, working from home
  • Closing 14th March 2022

Reporting To: Marketing and Communications Manager

Hours:35 hours. The Charity will consider alternative flexible arrangements where required. Evening and weekend work will be required out with the normal working hours.

Status:Full time (6 month probationary period)

Holidays: 25 days plus 10 bank holidays

Benefits:As a compassionate organisation we care about our staff and have a range of employee benefits that make Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity a great place to work – please see our range of employee benefits here

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a Marketing Officer to join Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity.

You will be joining one of Scotland’s leading charities, and will have the opportunity to make a difference to the lives of the children, families and NHS staff we support.

Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity is an organisation committed to our vision. We raise funds to help those who tirelessly care for and nurture young lives at their most vulnerable; to invest in equipment, research and continued improvement of facilities and services for children and families in hospital.

As a member of our experienced Marketing and Engagement team, you will develop your skills in all areas of marketing while working on projects that span the charity.

This is an exciting time to join Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity, as we have a full calendar of campaigns and events in place to recognise our 20th anniversary.

If you have the relevant skills and are looking an opportunity with an employer committed to developing staff talent please apply for this position now!

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