You will be joining a team of home-based relational fundraisers who are committed to delivering the very best. Working independently as well as being a key member of a high-performing fundraising team, you will have proven experience of successful community fundraising and volunteer management. Using your insight, creativity and innovation you will develop and deliver a programme of successful and sustainable fundraising activity/ campaigns and relationships within the region.
The Cystic Fibrosis Trust is the only UK-wide charity making a daily difference to the lives of people with cystic fibrosis, and those who care for them. We invest in cutting-edge research, drive up standards of clinical care, offer support for everyone affected by cystic fibrosis, and campaign hard on the issues that matter.
This role will deliver high levels of stewardship to a variety of volunteers, supporters and community events. This exciting role will identify, develop and support fundraising opportunities to maximise fundraising activity and income, whilst significantly raising regional profile to grow core income and supporter/donor involvement.
As a Community Fundraiser for North you will be using your exceptional stewardship skills to guide, support and retain volunteers, supporters and donors by demonstrating in-depth knowledge and understanding of the supporter/donor journey.
You will be attending and representing the Cystic Fibrosis Trust at meetings and events when required and using existing and new networks to maximize potential fundraising activities, whilst deepening supporter/donor relationships to drive further engagement and support.
You will be working towards increasing regional visibility through effective marketing and communication of fundraising activities using a variety of media including but not limited to: digital, white copy (e.g. newsletters, posters etc.), telemarketing etc. balancing cost and expected impact.
This role will be home based and you will be required to travel to our London Head Office, throughout the region and the UK to support events, meetings and attend training workshops. A full, valid UK driving licence or access to the use of a car with business insurance is a requirement of this role.
Benefits include 30 days annual leave pro rata, flexible working and opportunities for learning and development.
The Cystic Fibrosis Trust welcomes applications from candidates from all backgrounds and particularly from people with cystic fibrosis, disabled people, and Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) and LGBTQI candidates.