Current vacancies

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Grants & Legacies Fundraiser

Job Summary To generate, maintain and maximise income from Grants, Trusts & Legacies reach agreed income targets.

Key Areas of Responsibility

Grants and Trusts

  • Research, identify and make recommendations on new sources of trust income
  • Develop long term relationships with key trust donors
  • Develop new project applications, working closely with colleagues
  • Ensure that small/medium trusts are applied to regularly (generally annually)
  • Complete applications to large Grant Making bodies, working closely with colleagues
  • Ensure that Grant Making bodies receive regular updates on the progress of their project

Legacies

To support the charity's priority projects through gifts in wills and this new role will involve marketing, promoting, and communicating legacy gifts as an opportunity to support the future work of the charity

Our aim is to make legacy giving a natural and straightforward way to support the charity whilst building long term relationships. As part of the fundraising team you will add knowledge and experience in this position and work closely with colleagues to increase the legacy message in all that the charity does.

Key areas of responsibility:

  • Develop a legacy fundraising plan, encompassing legacy promotion to both internal and external audiences
  • Work with key suppliers to develop legacy fundraising collateral to support the plan
  • Work alongside the charity Will campaign
  • Work with colleagues to integrate legacies into other communications, and to give them the tools and confidence to encourage legacy giving amongst their own audiences
  • Work alongside existing legacies administration to ensure efficient distribution of tasks and coordination
  • Liaise with solicitors and lay executors to ensure that income from gifts in wills is maximised
  • Ensure that legacy supporters, family members and executors receive excellent stewardship

Additional Duties

All job descriptions are subject to review. Job holders are expected to be flexible and be prepared to carry out any similar or related duties which do not fall within the work outlined. Any review will be undertaken by the line manager, in consultation with the post holder.

Other Information

Unsociable Hours There may be an occasional need for unsociable hours, e.g. attendance at fundraising events meetings and conferences. Time in lieu will be given in respect of this.

Health and Safety To ensure that the agreed procedures are carried out, be aware of the responsibilities placed on employees under the Health and Safety at Work Act, to maintain a safe environment for employees and visitors.

Data Protection If you are required to do so, any processing or use of information pertaining to staff, patients and/or clients must be held in a fair and lawful way. Data should only be held for specific registered purposes and for the minimum period of time. It must not be disclosed in any way incompatible with such purposes.

Confidentiality All information concerning patients/clients and staff must be treated as strictly confidential at all times

Legacies

This new role will involve marketing, promoting, and communicating legacy gifts as an opportunity to support the future work of the charity

Our aim is to make legacy giving a natural and straightforward way to support the Hospice whilst building long term relationships. As part of the fundraising team you will add knowledge and experience in this position and work closely with colleagues to increase the legacy message in all that the charity does.

Key areas of responsibility:

  • Develop a legacy fundraising plan, encompassing legacy promotion to both internal and external audiences
  • Work with key suppliers to develop legacy fundraising collateral to support the plan
  • Work alongside the charity’s Will campaign
  • Work with colleagues to integrate legacies into other hospice communications, and to give them the tools and confidence to encourage legacy giving amongst their own audiences
  • Work alongside existing legacies administration to ensure efficient distribution of tasks and coordination
  • Liaise with solicitors and lay executors to ensure that income from gifts in wills is maximised
  • Ensure that legacy supporters, family members and executors receive excellent stewardship

PERSON SPECIFICATION

Qualifications and Training

  • Good standard of education including GCSE Maths and English or equivalent
  • Willingness to undertake training around legacy management

Essential:

  • An effective communicator with excellent inter-personal communication skills, and the ability to communicate very well in writing
  • Outgoing personality, able to promote Calon Heart Screening at all levels
  • Excellent time management skills with an ability to organise own workload to set and meet deadlines.
  • Energetic and self-motivated, to achieve and exceed budgeted targets
  • A strong team player
  • Able to maintain records in a methodical and accurate manner
  • Full driving licence and car owner
  • Willingness to work unsocial hours

Desirable:

  • Experience or knowledge of working in the charity
  • Welsh Speaker but not essential

This job description is not exhaustive and is subject to change as indicated by the charity

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Commission, Permanent

Salary: TBD