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DATE ADDED: Sat 12/10/2019

Part-Time Fundraising Officer

Banbury, UK
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COMPANY: ERECRUITSMART

JOB TYPE: Permanent, PartTime

We have an excellent job opportunity for a part-time Fundraising Officer to work 21 hours per week at this leading UK charity in Banbury.

About the Charity
This organisation is the leading charity providing support, community and advocacy for all those parenting or supporting children who cannot live with their birth parents. They connect adoptive families, provide information and signposting on a range of adoption-related issues and campaign for improvements to adoption policy and legislation at the highest levels. With over 8,000 members, they provide a strong, supportive community and are the largest voice of adopters in the UK.

About the Role
As Fundraising Officer, you will work collaboratively to grow the fundraising income and activities by proactively promoting and developing opportunities for members and others to raise funds on behalf of the charity. This includes:

- Community fundraising activities
- Challenge events
- Regular giving
- General donations
- Corporate giving
- Annual appeals
- Gift Aid

Responsibilities as Fundraising Officer
- Encourage and support individuals who donate to and/or fundraise for the charity, both online and directly.
- Actively promoting membership to donors and fundraisers and engaging with members to encourage fundraising.
- Identify and develop community fundraising opportunities across England and coordinate with teams in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to promote good practice.
- Coordinate the booking and promotion of any hosted fundraising events in England, working closely with HQ and home-based staff and volunteers as required.
- Communicate with staff in the devolved nations to ensure there is a central calendar/record of these events for all of the Charity.
- Provide support to the Income Development Manager in pursuit of grant-giving trust income, corporate donations, volunteer opportunities and partnerships.
- Update and maintain the customer relationship database and keep accurate records of fundraising activities and donations.
- Contribute to the provision of content for fundraising materials on the website, Social Media and Charity magazine.
- Liaising with the Public Affairs and Communications Team to meet deadlines.
- Ensure compliance with the UK's fundraising regulations, Data Protection regulations and charity policy and practice.
- Maintain and distribute fundraising merchandise and support materials.

Experience and knowledge:

- Operational experience, including implementing plans through effective partnership working and collaboration
- Proven experience of community engagement
- At least 12 months experience of running or working on fundraising events
- Personal or professional experience of adoption an advantage
- Knowledge of Fundraising Regulations and best practice

Abilities, Qualities and Personal Attributes:
- The ability to work collaboratively
- Good verbal, presentational, written and digital communication skills
- Dynamic and results oriented
- Good IT/computer skills
- Highly organised working practices
- A self-starter with the ability to work under own initiative
- Ability to work as part of a team
- Support for equal opportunity and anti-discriminatory practices
- Professional approach
- Able to demonstrate a commitment to and an understanding of, the aims and objectives of the charity
- Willingness to work outside of normal working hours as required

Rewards
For the role of Fundraising Officer there is a salary on offer of circa £21,500 per annum, pro rata.
Our client's terms and conditions of employment offer generous staff benefits, including:

- Pension provision equivalent to 3% of salary.
- 25 days' annual holiday (pro rata for part-time staff), rising to 27 days after two years' service and 30 days after five years' service.
- Additional leave over the Christmas period.
- Enhanced entitlement to sick pay.
- Enhanced entitlements to maternity, paternity, adoption and dependants leave and pay.
- Free parking.
- Free tea, coffee and soft drinks.
- Discounts on big name retails, leisure etc through our Advantage Scheme.
- Flexible working

The closing date for this position is 4 November and interviews will take place week commencing 13 November.

How to Apply
Please note that eRecruitSmart is a Recruitment Agent and not a direct employer. Your CV will be sent to the Hiring Manager at the company who is responsible for the vacancy that you have applied to. Please only apply if you consent to these terms.

You must have eligibility to work in the UK. Please note, only suitable applicants will be contacted. If your address and contact details are not on your CV, you will not be considered.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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