About the Job
You will be joining us at an exciting time in our journey, helping us and the sector to support those who are forced to seek safety. With over 32 years experience, we are trusted by the communities we serve and are seen as the lead organisation in Wales for asylum seekers and refugees.
Job title: Fundraising Officer
Report to: Business Development Manager
Salary: £22,500 to £25,000 FTE depending on experience. (Salary will be pro-rata to 3 days’ per week).
Duration: 1-year contract and looking to extend beyond that
Hours: 21hrs /3 days per week.
Location: This is an all-Wales post. Hybrid working – working from home and occasional working from the Cardiff Office.
Annual benefits pro rata:
- 27 days leave, increasing by 1 day per annum to a maximum of 30 days
- Up to 2 days paid volunteering leave
- Up to 3 days paid carers leave
- Up to 5 days paid study leave
- 5% pension
- Access to company paid counselling support.
- Staff led Wellbeing Group
Purpose of the role
This is a great opportunity to learn and work as part of a small fundraising team in a supportive environment. As an officer, you will work across all streams of fundraising – community, events, individual giving, digital, statutory, trusts and corporate. The focus of the role is to efficiently manage the administration, thanking, stewardship journey, data
entry and promotion of all fundraising activity.
As our Fundraising Officer, you will support the Business Development Manager with fundraising, project, and business development. Our annual income is around £1.5m with 50% derived from Welsh Government, 40% from trusts and foundations, and 10% from individuals, members, and corporate partnerships.
How to apply
To find out more about this opportunity, Fundraising Officer Job Description & Person Specification
Download and complete the Application Form.
Please submit your application to email@example.com
Closing day Monday 30 January at 10am. Applications received after this date, will not be considered.