Position: Development Manager, CW+
Reports to: Director of Fundraising
Salary: £32,000 – £35,000 per annum
Location: London, SW10 9HS
In 2017, CW+ and the Trust launched its Critical Care Campaign to expand and redevelop the Neonatal Intensive Care and Adult Intensive Care Units. This is our biggest, most ambitious fundraising campaign to date, and marked a new focus for the charity from this income stream.
Having raised £11.85 million of our £12.5 million target, we are now in the closing stages of the Campaign. Given our success to date and the potential identified to grow income further in this area, we are looking to recruit a Development Manager to join the existing Fundraising Team, to accelerate income growth from private individuals and from trusts and foundations.
Through the campaign, we have established the core of a successful major donor programme for the hospital charity in the heart of Chelsea. However, our ambitions will not cease with completion of the Critical Care Campaign, and we know there is significant potential to grow our activities and fundraising operation. This growth requires more resource in our fundraising department and represents an exciting opportunity for a talented major donor fundraiser wanting to take on more responsibility and develop and grow a strong pipeline.
Bringing a proven experience of successfully identifying, cultivating and asking for gifts from private individuals and/or trusts and foundations in excess of £10,000, you will have excellent written and verbal communication skills, and be able to convey complex ideas clearly and succinctly to a range of funders. It is vital that you are an exceptional relationship builder capable of building high quality relationships.
For more information about the role and to apply please visit our microsite http://www.peridotportal.co.uk/cwplusdevelopment/index.php or contact our recruitment consultant at Peridot Partners:
Annie Regan-Tighe on 07739 364034 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 9am, Thursday 24th January 2019.