BTA (Bruce Tait Associates) are delighted to be working with Scottish SPCA in their search for a Community Fundraiser (North).
Scottish SPCA have been helping animals for over 175 years by rescuing and caring for animals in need, finding loving homes, releasing them back into the wild and educating the public to help to bring those who are cruel to animals to justice.
How would you like to dedicate your professional life to championing animal welfare and wellbeing across Scotland? You can achieve this by becoming the Scottish SPCA Community Fundraiser.
Community Fundraiser (North) is a new role within Scottish SPCA, supporting and leading community fundraising throughout the north of Scotland. The successful candidate can be based at either the Inverness or Aberdeen Animal Rescue and Animal Rehoming Centre.
The post holder will be pro-active, meeting with existing supporters as well as developing new support within the community. You will meet with local businesses to provide impactful presentations and be the main point of contact for volunteers within the region and work with front line staff to enthuse and motivate, maximising fundraising opportunities within the community.
The ideal candidate will be educated to degree level with at least one years’ experience of successful community fundraising, are able to work to tight deadlines and with minimal supervision. You will be experienced in providing donor care, recruiting and coordinating volunteers. If you are a team player, positive and enthusiastic with excellent communication skills then this is the role for you.
Flexibility is required for occasional evening and weekend working.
This search is being conducted exclusively on behalf of Scottish SPCA by BTA. If you think this is a perfect match for your values and skills set then please contact email@example.com as soon as possible for further information prior to making your application.
Closing date: 5pm, Monday 14th January 2019
First interview date: Tuesday 29th January 2019
Second interview date: Wednesday 6th February 2019