Oxfordshire, UK. Starting salary £10,413 per annum
Restore is ambitious to raise more money through community fundraising activities and events. We are looking for an enthusiastic, part-time fundraiser to work as part of our Fundraising and Communications team. This is an opportunity to use your first class organisational skills and sociable personality in a key fundraising role for a renowned and well-regarded Charity.
Reporting to the Head of Fundraising and Communications, this role will enable Restore to raise the money that it depends on to run recovery, coaching, and training services, to support people with mental to manage their own mental health and wellbeing and get into employment, volunteering or engaging with their community.
Working closely with the Volunteering team, members (service users), staff, and Restore’s partners, this role requires the ability to work independently and as a member of a team. Experience of working with volunteers or as a volunteer is desirable.
You will be offered on-the-job training in order to learn about our inspiring charity. This post requires a highly motivated, committed, and organised person with excellent communication, presentation, and interpersonal skills.
The post has the following main responsibilities:
- Achievement of ambitious but viable fundraising and performance targets by building relationships and exploring new fundraising opportunities
- Good record-keeping that tracks the team’s performance using Donor Perfect
- Supporter care for individuals, employers, community groups, and Charity Partners who act as our donors, fundraisers, and supporters
- Support, develop and inspire volunteers and fundraising groups to ensure our fundraising activity is as effective as possible in achieving the maximum income in our area for local campaigns. This would include inducting, training and overseeing volunteers
- Seamless delivery of a calendar of planned community fundraising activities
- Enthusiastic representation of Restore at public events and activities, helping to raise awareness of our work, values, and goals.
If you have the passion to work in a leading community charity and would like to help us reduce stigma, we would love to hear from you!
At this stage of application, we require a covering letter with a CV (curriculum vitae).
The covering letter should address how you meet the criteria outlined in the person specification. Please see the ‘essentials’ and ‘desirable’ criteria under the shortlisting criteria.
We suggest you address each point individually clearly stating how you meet the criteria. It is a good idea to use separate headings for each point
Please note that we are unable to shortlist any applications that do not demonstrate how they meet the criteria outlined in the person specification responsibilities.
Please remove your name, date of birth and any contact information from your CV and supply this on a separate piece of paper.
The closing date for applications is Wednesday, 19th February 2020 at midday.
Interviews for this post will be held on Tuesday 10th March 2020.