An exciting opportunity has arisen for a self-motivated and enthusiastic Corporate Partnership Fundraiser to join the Cynthia Spencer Hospice Fundraising Department.
As a Corporate Partnership Fundraiser, you will support our Fundraising Manager by producing inspiring written materials, creating and delivering, exceptional stewardship plans for key individuals and helping to build and deliver campaign plans. The work is very diverse; you will be working collaboratively with Fundraisers and Senior Managers, helping them to deliver sector leading partnerships, secure new income streams, coordinate a variety of fundraising projects and events as well as supporting external meetings – the work you produce will have a direct effect on Cynthia Spencer Hospice’s ability to raise significant funds to help patients, and their families, with life limiting illnesses.
If you tick these boxes then this will be your perfect role:
Your main responsibilities will be, but not limited to:
This role will play an important part in delivering income growth through the long term engagement of community supporters. Part of your role will be to identify and develop fundraising initiatives to engage community groups and schools in line with the Charity’s strategy.
Coming from a background in Community Fundraising you will have a proven ability and passion for relationship building and the capability to communicate effectively with a wide range of people. You will be able to identify new audiences, prospects and convert leads into new supporters for the Charity.
This position provides a opportunity to contribute significantly to a future of Cynthia Spencer Hospice Charity and our care for patients, and their families, with life limiting illnesses. We hope you share our passion to achieve this aim.
In order to apply you should have the following:
Do you have a passion for fashion? Love giving great customer service? Want to work for a business that really has people at its heart? Then this is the job for you!
Duties will include merchandising, pricing, stock sorting and rotation, banking and staff planning, basically doing all you can to help increase income. As you will work with a wide range of volunteers, it is essential that you are able to demonstrate strong interpersonal skills and a compassionate nature.
All our shops aim to offer a pleasant customer experience with a good old fashioned bargain to boot. We expect our assistant shop managers to reflect this in their approach to work.
The role is part-time 21 hours a week, with overtime as and when required to cover holidays, sickness and our other shops so being flexible and available to work extra is a must. Hours will include weekend and may include Bank Holiday work.