Circa £24000 depending on experience
Full-time, 37.5 hours per week, and will involve some weekend working
Although our fundraising events are strong and have continued to show significant annual growth, we are looking to appoint a dynamic and experienced Fundraising Events Manager into a new post to build on our success to date and move this area forward in line with our new Business Plan. They will be a knowledgeable and inspiring individual with management experience.
Reporting to the income generation manager they will be responsible for a small team and the role is about managing existing events and generating fundraising opportunities with a focus on events appropriate to individuals, the wider community and also the corporate sector. The person appointed will be involved in the development and implementation of clear and effective fundraising plans along with project planning across the events function to meet an ambitious fundraising team target.
The successful candidate will have proven management skills, be ambitious and creative as well as possessing excellent interpersonal skills, be outgoing with a great rapport and enthusiasm for St Giles Hospice. They will be able to think on a strategic level and be outstanding at budgeting and planning. In addition, they will be self-motivated, be able to motivate and inspire others whilst also being target driven with a tenacious but professional attitude.
This is a new and exciting opportunity for an experienced, confident and dynamic individual to help us to secure the funding we require to deliver our Hospice objectives.
The role will be based at St Giles Hospice in Whittington but will involve being out and about in the community.
Informal enquiries welcome, please contact Neil Antcliffe, Income Generation Project Manager on 01543 434556
To apply: Go to the St Giles website; follow the link to our recruitment page; an application form and job description can be downloaded.
Closing date for applications: Friday 1 April 2016, 12 noon
Proposed interview date: 14 April 2016