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Fundraising Officer

  • Part time
  • £24,152 – £25,547 pro-rata
  • Home or office based, or hybrid pattern (office base Paisley)
  • Closing 28th July 2022

  • Advertised from 27th June 2022
  • 21 hours per week (0.6 FTE)
  • Generous annual leave entitlement; 2 wellbeing days, life assurance scheme, Employee Assistance Programme, flexible working pattern.


Bipolar Scotland is Scotland’s charity for people living with bipolar. Our vision is for a good life for everyone in Scotland who lives with bipolar. We are member led, collaborative, advocates of peer support, focused on equality and rights based. See our website for further information.

Bipolar Scotland is at an exciting time in our story. We have recently launched our 5-year strategic plan “A Time to Move Forward” and are offering the opportunity for an exceptional candidate to play a key part in the expansion of the organisation.

This is a brand-new role within the organisation and we are seeking a successful and experienced fundraising officer to join our team, expanding our fundraising portfolio.

The successful candidate will have a passion for working within the third sector, be confident and persuasive with excellent interpersonal skills. They will have experience of working within the third sector in a fundraising role or similar and will be able to demonstrate a proven record in securing corporate partnerships, managing relationships with funders and raising income within communities across Scotland. For further information please see attached person specification and job description.

The role will be appointed on the first point of the salary scale with annual increments on 1 April of each year.

Application notes

For an informal discussion or further information please contact Ashley McWilliams, Head Of Fundraising,

To apply, please submit your CV with covering letter demonstrating how you meet the criteria.

Job description and person specification are attached.

Interviews will be week commencing 1st August 2022.