Date Added: 30 July 2019
: 31 August 2019
Job Title: Fundraising Leader
Working For: Make Votes Matter
Location: Internet (or Bristol HQ if local)
An unmatched opportunity for an ambitious and capable professional to lead fundraising during the most crucial period of the nation’s most critical political campaign: reforming the First Past the Post voting system that is the true author of the UK’s woes. The successful applicant will inherit our impressive track record in grants and crowdfunding, a hugely enthusiastic supporter base, and an awesome sense of momentum around the emerging opportunity for democratic change.
They will need to provide the skills, determination and sound judgment required to strengthen our fundraising channels, deliver on and review our fundraising strategy, and consolidate the medium-term sustainability of the campaign. Success in this role will mean development and demonstration of the full range of professional fundraising capabilities at a senior level - and will be a crucial contribution to the biggest advance in British democracy since women won the vote.
The role will require confidence in delivering fundraising results, a high level of organisation and motivation, the flexibility to work on multiple channels, and the ability to quickly learn new skills where required. It will be wide ranging and varied, including crowdfunding, regular giving channels, mid- and high-net-worth donors, legacies and collaborating on grant applications. To support this, the successful applicant will hold key stakeholder relationships with potential funders and will design and deliver a package of incentives for donors. In delivering their objectives, the job holder will have active support from the expert and enthusiastic team members who have enabled our fundraising successes to date, including both staff and experienced fundraising volunteers.
This role would suit a talented junior fundraiser who is keen to step up to a leadership position, or an experienced industry professional who is willing to offer their services in order to bring about the vital change we seek.
For full details, visit www.makevotesmatter.org.uk/hiring.
Closing Date: 31 August 2019
Initial video interviews will be held towards the end of the week commencing Monday 19th August. Second round interviews will take place in Bristol shortly after.
The successful candidate will be invited to start as soon as they available.
Please email your CV (maximum two sides of A4) and a short covering note (maximum one side of A4 equivalent) explaining why you think you’re right for the role to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
13th August 2019 - The Closing Date has been extended from 18 Aug 2019 to 31 Aug 2019.