Fundraising Manager

Join our exciting team and help us make a difference.

  • Closing date for applications: 15 November 2019
  • Contact phone: 02077909227
  • Contact email: gary.wiliams@deafplus.org

Fundraising Manager
deafPLUS
Whitechapel, Greater London

Closing date: 15 November 2019

£28,000 per year
Permanent, Full-time

Job description
An exciting opportunity has arisen to become deafPLUS’ Fundraising Manager. A position that will take the lead on the further development of deafPLUS’ fundraising initiatives (Trusts, Corporate, and individual donors) and fundraising strategy.
Key responsibilities include; Managing and leading the identification of, and approaches to, trusts, foundations and companies, Community and event fundraising, implementing our fundraising strategy, donor development (donor retention and legacies).
We are seeking a Fundraising Manager with excellent writing and research skills who can lead our approaches to trusts, foundations and companies. You will develop compelling cases for support based upon our existing and planned projects, and identify potential funders for each project. Excellent communication skills are essential and you should be able to demonstrate the ability to develop relationships with donors.
While at le ast one year’s experience of trust fundraising and evidence of fundraising success is desirable, we will accept applications from high calibre graduates with the right skills who are seeking a career in charity fundraising.

To apply
Please send a CV and covering letter outlining your experience and reasons you should be considered for this job to: Gary Williams (CEO) on gary.williams@deafPLUS.org
or visit our website.

deafPLUS is a medium sized national organisation with seven local centres (four of which are in London, with others in Bath, Aldershot and Birmingham). We provide information and advice, advocacy, employment support and training to deaf and deafened people, and people living with hearing loss. We also provide services under the ‘visionPLUS’ name to people affected by visual impairment. Much of our income is from the local authorities in which our centres are based but our strategy is focussed on broadening the range of funding from other sources.

More information:
http://www.deafplus.org/

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