Major Giving Fundraising Assistant
|Job title:||Major Giving Fundraising Assistant|
|Location:||The Grange, Saunderton|
|Hours:||35 hours per week - Monday to Friday|
|Salary:||£24,500 per annum|
National charity Hearing Dogs for Deaf People, which trains dogs to transform the lives of deaf people, is looking for a skilled and enthusiastic fundraising assistant to join the Major Giving team.
We are looking for a person who can support the development and implementation of the major giving fundraising strategy. You will also need to have a keen eye for detail and have good time management skills. Being a team player is key to the role and you will need be at ease communicating with a wide variety of people including volunteers, donors, and supporters.
The ideal candidate will have excellent organisational skills and be able to work to tight deadlines. Experience or knowledge of working with trusts and foundations would be advantageous.
Our charity is fun, friendly, and caring with a mission to train dogs to change the lives of deaf people. We are based in beautiful surroundings at the Charity’s training centre in the Chiltern Hills, near Saunderton in Buckinghamshire.
If you are interested in working with us in this varied and immensely rewarding job, please visit our website for an application form and to discover what you can gain in return https://www.hearingdogs.org.uk/careers/
For further information & and application pack, contact Kayla Mackenzie on 01844 348165 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Closing date is – 29th October 2021.
Interviews will be held from 8th November 2021.
Registered charity in England and Wales (293358) and in Scotland (SC040486)
Important to note
This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. This is in relation to the Protection of Children and Vulnerable Adults. Applicants will therefore be required to disclose all convictions (spent and unspent), cautions, warnings and reprimands and any relevant non-conviction information. The successful candidate will be required to undertake a Criminal Records Bureau Disclosure Check under the terms of the Police Act 1997 (Part V).