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Fundraising Manager

Wirtschaft & Fundraising
Dienstort London
Dienstverhältnis Vollzeit
Veröffentlicht am 12.12.2023

Tibet Relief Fund

Tibet Relief Fund (TRF) has been working to empower Tibetans living in exile in India, Nepal and across the world for over 60 years. We fund grassroots Tibetan-led organisations & communities to provide key services which enable access to health care, education and sustainable livelihoods, as well as supporting projects which promote the preservation and celebration of Tibetan language and culture.

The trustees are committed to ongoing support of Tibetans to build brighter futures and so are in the process of restructuring the charity to streamline our operations, optimise resources and strengthen the impact of our work.

We’ve completed the first step by appointing our new Charity Manager and so are now looking for an experienced, successful, hands on, Fundraising Manager. It is a brilliant opportunity to feel your fundraising skills are making a real difference, to widen your experience of different types of fundraising and to hone your management skills. You’ll be working alongside a small team and have direct responsibility for the sponsorship coordinator and an admin assistant.

Your first priority (besides hitting the ground running with actual fundraising of course!) will be to take a look at the current fundraising mix and decide whether it’s appropriate and cost effective and then to agree a plan of action for both the short and longer term. There may be the opportunity to visit overseas projects, but only if you are comfortable doing so.

So, perhaps you already have experience of a range of types of fundraising, or you have managed a team a within a specialist area such as individuals, trusts or major donors – we really don’t mind, we just want you to be excited about making this your next move.

There are some skills, experiences and ways of working which we feel are essential to thrive as our Fundraising Manager:

You’ve worked as a fundraiser and proved you can raise money.

Knowledge of best practice and the legal frameworks for fundraising.

Comfortable with the ‘all hands to the deck’ approach that’s essential in a small organisation.

Interest and experience (whether voluntary or professional) in international development

Able to work closely with the Charity Manager – for example when working with major donors.

A great project manager, used to working productively and meeting deadlines.

Good financial nouse – comfortable setting, monitoring and managing budgets and with a focus on ROI.

We have a salary budget of up £45K for a full-time post, however we are keen to be as flexible as possible for the right person. This could mean condensed or annualised hours (this means working more hours in, for example, term time and fewer in holidays periods). During the first few months at least, we would like you to work most of your time from our London office (currently Kentish Town Road, London NW1 which has excellent transport links: less than 10 minutes’ walk from Kentish Town stations on the Northern Line , Thameslink trains through London between Carshalton and St Albans and London Overground trains and an even shorter walk from Camden Town ) but we’ll be open to discussing further options later once your role has bedded in.

1. Describe the piece of fundraising you are most proud of, and what was your personal contribution to making it successful.

2. What’s great about working for a smaller charity?

3. What’s your take on the future of child sponsorship fundraising for development charities?

You have a maximum of wordcount of 200 for each question. This is partly because we know everyone is busy these days so do not want to have to write pages and pages of answers, but also because it will help us assess your insight, writing skills and ability to follow a brief. We trust you to provide your own, personally written, answers. Please attached document as one document in addition to your CV.

Please DO NOT send a covering letter – your CV and your answers should be enough to show why we should take your application forward.

The close date for emailing in your application is 9am on Wednesday 10th January 2024 but please try not to leave it until the last moment, as we will be carrying out assessments on a rolling basis. We will arrange to either meet, or have a conversation with you, if we feel we would like to know more about your potential to fill this role as our Fundraising Manager.

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