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Fundraising Lead

  • Part time
  • £26,530 pro-rata
  • Home or Linlithgow
  • Closing 24th May 2022

  • Advertised from 28th April 2022
  • 21 hrs per week


Eczema Outreach Support is a vibrant UK-wide charity set up in 2011 to support children and young people with eczema. (Initially we only worked in Scotland, but since 2018 we have opened our doors to members from all four nations).

We know eczema is so much more than itchy skin and we are here to help families living with the impact of eczema on daily life. We provide practical and emotional support, we help families connect with each other, we work with schools to make things better and we make sure the children and young people know they are not alone dealing with the condition.

We are in very exciting times with an increasing membership, reach and influence lead by a new CEO and we are looking for someone to be part of our amazing team and help take our income to the next stage. We are a small, supportive team where everyone's ideas and thoughts are valued and encouraged

About the role

The purpose of this role is to increase the fundraising capability of EOS and secure the income we need to deliver our support to children and young people with eczema. It is part of our new fundraising strategy.

You will take the lead on maintaining and expanding our successful Trusts and Foundations fundraising programme.

You will also support our membership fundraising, looking to improve and maintain our stewardship processes.

This job could be for you if you have fundraising experience and are pro-active, organised and motivated to try new things and contribute ideas

You will be joining a successful charity and bring your skills to an often unacknowledged but truly important cause in a friendly and supportive team environment.

What we offer

  • Flexible working. We know how important life outside work is, so you will have a lot of flexibility around when and where you work. If you are the right person for this role, we will find a way to make it work.
  • 28 days of annual leave (pro-rata) plus additional days off for the office closure between 25 December and 2 January
  • 4% employer’s pension contribution
  • We prioritise our team’s welfare very highly. We work on the basis that team members who feel valued and supported will deliver the best outcomes for our members.
  • We are committed to becoming an organisation which reflects society and promotes diversity and inclusion. We would particularly welcome applications from people who are currently under-represented, including disabled people and those from Black, Asian and other minority ethnic communities.

Application notes

Closing date: 24th May

For more details please see the full job description or go to the EOS website