Senior Grants & Trusts Fundraiser (part-time/full-time)

£28,000 - £35,000 yearly
  • Haemochromatosis UK
  • Spalding, UK and/or home/remote
  • Jan 02, 2020
Permanent Fundraising

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22.5 hours (part-time) to 37.5 hours (full-time) per week          

Salary £28-35k pa (full-time, pro-rata for part-time) including pension contributions

Haemochromatosis UK is a charity dedicated to supporting people affected by haemochromatosis, a genetic condition that leads to toxic iron overload. We work to raise public awareness, stimulate research, and educate healthcare professionals.  To learn more please visit http://haemochromatosis.org.uk/what-we-do.

We are seeking to recruit a part-time or full-time Senior Grants & Trusts Fundraiser to be based at our Spalding office (PE11) with opportunities for remote working. We will also consider exceptional home-based applicants able to work at least 1 day per week from our Spalding headquarters.

We are looking for a confident, organised, personable and proactive fundraising professional to lead our grants and trusts fundraising initiatives. You will be an enthusiastic communicator, passionate about improving healthcare for people with genetic haemochromatosis. You will have extensive experience of raising funds from trusts, foundations and corporate donors. You will be strategic yet creative and possess strong donor report writing skills.

This is a key role, reporting directly to our Chief Executive, working within a small, close-knit fundraising team. This is a varied role with significant responsibility and a fantastic opportunity to join our growing team at an exciting time in our development.

Key responsibilities 

In this exciting and high-profile role, you will lead on writing bid applications, managing our existing portfolio of donors, impact reporting to funders and contributing to the development of our charitable programmes.

You will be a proactive and enthusiastic team player, someone who relishes a challenge and craves fundraising success. You will have exceeded objectives in a previous role and be highly results oriented. You will enjoy all aspects of the fundraising lifecycle from prospecting and bid writing through to impact analysis and reporting.

With a close attention to detail, you will have a flair for packaging up our existing programmes to excite and attract new funding bodies to support our work.

Qualifications, competencies and experience – essential (E) and desirable (D)

Experience

  • At least 3 years’ experience of successfully securing significant grants (E)
  • Proven track record of securing significant grants (£5k - £250k per funder) (E)
  • Outstanding grant application/bid writing skills (E)
  • Solid research and prospecting skills using a variety of techniques and tools (D)
  • Strong relationship building skills across grant awarding bodies, trusts and foundations (D)
  • Experience of analysing and reporting impact concisely and enthusiastically to our funders (D)

Qualifications

  • Educated to degree level or equivalent (E)
  • Fundraising qualifications and/or MIoF (D)

Skills and attitudes

  • Highly results oriented
  • Confident personality with an eye for detail
  • Strong communications skills with sensitivity to differing audience requirements
  • Excellent oral and written English
  • Excellent organisational skills and the ability to plan own time and consistently deliver a pipeline of grants in support of our work
  • Commitment to our core values and purpose

Benefits

  • Stakeholder pension
  • Holiday entitlement : 22 days per annum (rising 1 day per year worked to a maximum of 25 days per year) plus bank holidays (pro-rata)
  • We also provide an additional Christmas holiday entitlement, when our office is closed over the Christmas/New Year holiday period
  • Free on-site parking
  • Flexible working/time-off-in-lieu scheme (after 3 month qualifying period)

To apply :

Please supply CV (maximum 2 sides of A4) plus covering letter to careers@huk.org.uk.

No agencies please.