Job Description / Responsibility
Charity People are excited to be working with Southampton Hospitals Charity to find their next Community and Events Fundraising Officer.Are you an enthusiastic and ambitious relationship builder with fundraising experience looking for your next step to develop your career? This is an exciting role, following the recent launch of the Charity's new 5 year strategy of growth. In this newly formed team you will be building on past successes and have the scope to build the teams income with a proactive approach to community and events fundraising. Job Title: Community and Events Fundraising OfficerLocation: Hybrid working (remote and in Southampton Hospital plus regular travel to meet supporters and attend events). Ideally you will be able to drive and have access to a car. Contract: Permanent: full-time, 37.5 hours per weekSalary: £25,655Benefits: 27 days holiday (which will increase on the number of years you work for the charity), 20.68% pension contribution plus a range of NHS employee benefits. This is an opportunity to bring your passion for making a positive impact to one of the largest NHS trusts and communities in the country. In this role, you will help drive income generation which will fund projects and initiatives that enhance care and improve patient, visitor, and staff experience beyond the NHS provisions.About the roleWithin this well established role, your time will be split 70% community and 30% events with both areas showing potential for significant growth. As well as continuing to develop relationships with the current supporters you will drive a more strategic and proactive approach for the future of community and events fundraising. This is a very exciting time to be joining the team as there will be a variety of projects to take ownership of. This is your opportunity to play a vital role in growing this income stream so that an even greater impact can be made to the patients and staff in the hospital.About youYou will have fundraising experience and be committed to providing exceptional supporter care to all who raise money for the charity. You will be a self-motivated, innovative and enthusiastic individual with excellent verbal and written skills able to communicate effectively with stakeholders at all levels. This role will suit an ambitious and driven person who is looking for an opportunity to develop their fundraising skills within an ambitious and supportive team. If you are passionate about supporting the excellent work that the NHS does and have the experience needed for this role then get in touch as we'd love to discuss it further with you. To find out more please send your CV to Dawn Ballard at Charity People as soon as possible as interviews will be happening on a rolling basis. Charity People actively promotes equality, diversity, and inclusion. We match charity needs with skills and experience of candidates, irrespective of age, disability (including hidden disabilities), gender, gender identity or gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, or sexual orientation. We do this because we know greater diversity will lead to even greater results for the charities we work with.
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