Fundraising Assistant (Scotland and Northern Ireland)

  • Full time or Part time
  • £21,293
  • Glasgow, G33 6HZ or Edinburgh, EH20 9LZ
  • Closing 20th October 2021

  • Advertised from 5th October 2021
  • Salary: £21,293 per annum (pro rata for part-time) can be worked flexibly: either 28 hours per week (4 days) or 35 hours per week (5 days)


As a Fundraising Assistant (Scotland and Northern Ireland), you will play an integral part in supporting the Trusts team and work alongside the wider Philanthropy team (Major Donor and Corporate Partnerships). You will be primarily supporting the Senior Trust Fundraiser for Scotland and Northern Ireland processing income, researching new funding opportunities and managing low level funders that support The Salvation Army's programme of work.

Across Scotland and Northern Ireland The Salvation Army is delivering a diverse range of services and activities in response to the many and varied needs of our communities. If you have a passion for ensuring people receive the help they need at the time in their lives when they need it the most this could be the job for you.

Key Responsibilities:

You will be responsible for ensuring that all trust fundraising income is processed accurately and that funders are thanked appropriately and in a timely manner. You will provide administrative support across the team and work collaboratively with other internal teams and departments to ensure the smooth and effective running of the team. You will also be responsible for researching funding opportunities and securing income from a portfolio of donors, contributing towards the team's annual income target.

Benefits: 25 days annual leave + bank holidays (pro rata), a contributory pension scheme; season ticket loan and an employee assistance programme.

Application notes

Closing date: 20 October 2021

Interview date: Week commencing 1st November 2021

To apply, please visit our website.

Appointment subject to Satisfactory References, Proof of right to work in the UK and DBS check

Please note that we do not consider C.V's

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