Community Fundraising Manager
May 14, 2019 / 4:19 pm
Treloar’s is a ground-breaking organisation managing one of the largest specialist Schools and Colleges in the UK for young people with disabilities. Our fundamental purpose is simple: to enable disabled young people to fulfil their potential in every aspect of their lives.
Up to £27,233 per annum
36.5 hours per week
Treloar School and College provide education, therapy, care and independence training for young people with physical disabilities facilitated, in part, by raising over £1.5 million each year through a range of fundraising activities.
Responsible for your own income lines, you will pro-actively seek ways to fundraise in the local community, as well as recruit, guide and support group’s organisations and individuals to get involved in fundraising activities for Treloar’s. You will also be responsible for creating a community fundraising strategy and foster productive relationships with donors and other groups.
Applicants should be have experience of building loyalty and managing relationships at all levels as well as being an accomplished public speaker with the ability to motivate audiences. The successful candidate will be an effective networker, strategic thinker and have Informed understanding of the key elements of successful supporter development.
- 27 days annual leave per year plus bank holidays
- Excellent Pension, Life Insurance, Occupational Health scheme and Childcare Voucher scheme
- HSF Health Cash Plan & Discount Scheme
- Excellent training and development opportunities
Closing date: 16th June 2019
Treloar Trust is committed to safeguarding children, young people and vulnerable adults. All successful candidates will be subject to a DBS Check along with other relevant employment checks.
Treloar’s is removing barriers to disabled people in employment and benefitting from their skills; we are a Disability Confident employer.
Treloar’s has signed up to the Mindful Employer Charter for employers who are positive about mental health.
Registered charity number 1092857.