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Individual Giving and Database Manager

  • Full time or Part time
  • £27,000 – £29,000
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 1st April 2022

  • Advertised from 5th March 2022
  • £27-£29K DOE. Working Hours 37.5 hours per week / Part time will be considered.
  • Benefits 20 days annual leave + 12 days Public Holiday days’ leave per year, TOIL system in place, Pension Auto Enrolment and a no-cost benefit ‘Death in Service’. Institute of Fundraising Membership paid.


Would you like to make a real difference to the lives of families with critically ill children in hospital?

Our small hardworking team of staff at Ronald McDonald House Glasgow are dedicated to helping those families who need us at the most stressful and vulnerable time of their lives.

We have been providing support to thousands of families with seriously ill children in hospital for over twenty five years and we provide a cost free home away from home for families with children receiving care and undergoing treatment at the Royal Hospital for Children, Glasgow and other hospitals in the west of Scotland. We are totally funded by donations and are open and staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

For families with an ill child the House is a fantastic haven at a stressful time when their child’s stay in hospital requires them to be close by.

We want you to join our team!

We are looking for a full-time Individual Giving and Database Manager to join us in this new post to grow the charity’s fundraising ability and play key role in our success.

What’s involved?

With solid experience in managing databases, ideally with Blackbaurd’s eTapestry, you will lead on Ronald McDonald House Glasgow, aspirations to develop and implement a strategy for increasing income across all individual giving streams, and drive the organisation’s understanding and development of its supporters / families to maximise fundraising income.

Who we are looking for

Ideally you will have considerable experience of data management and development of individual giving and have a great understanding of the Third Sector.

You’ll have solid abilities and a willingness to share knowledge. You’ll be able to interpret and communicate your work to colleagues in a language they can easily understand and undertake effective training.

If you have experience of developing and implementing strategies for increasing income across all individual giving streams, then this is your chance to change the lives of the hundreds of families who stay with us each year.

Application notes

How to apply

If you would like to join our team and make a difference, please click here to read our full person spec and job description, available to download below and if this sounds like a role you could do please contact us today.

To apply, please send us your CV and a covering letter outlining how your experience and skills could make a real difference to

We are a very small team and whilst we would love to reply to everyone, we will be in touch directly with you by email only if you have been selected for interview. Please check your junk or spam folders. If you do not hear from us by mid April, then regrettably you will not have been selected for interview. We are not able to provide individual feedback on this occasion

Find out more about us

We would love you to join our small but passionate and friendly team. To find out more about the families that we help and the difference you could make to the families who need us, please click here.