Fundraising Administrator

Hope and Homes for children
£18,015 to £20,900 per annum
12 Aug 2019
06 Sep 2019
Contract Type

Fundraising Administrator 

The Grants Partnerships Team is highly successful and are experts in relationship management. At the core of their bespoke approach are strong internal processes and systems which keep everything running smoothly. In 2018, working hand in glove with our Programmes Team, they raised £2.9 million from a range of trusts, foundations and statutory organisations; 48% of Hope and Homes for Children’s total fundraised income. 

Position: Grants Partnerships Team Assistant 
Location: Salisbury, Wiltshire 
Job type: Part Time, Permanent 
Hours: 22.5 hours per week 
Salary: £18,015 to £20,900 per annum 

Closing date for applications is: Friday 6th September 2019. 
First stage interviews are scheduled for: Wednesday 18th September at our main office at East Clyffe, Salisbury. 

About the role: 

As Grants Partnerships Team Assistant, you will play a central role in our friendly, high performing team by providing vital administrative support, helping us to meet our teams fundraising target of £2.85 million in 2019 and beyond. You will be responsible for key administrative processes within the team for example: managing the team’s information, providing key management information, arranging meetings and taking notes, coordinating the dispatch of mailings to trusts and foundations, updating the database, and supporting the development of reports and proposals by gathering information, research and proof-reading. 

About you: 

You will need strong written and verbal communication skills, excellent attention to detail, a can-do, collaborative working approach and an interest in our work. You should be self-aware and able to work within an environment which is solution-orientated, agile and has integrity, courage and excellence at its heart. 

In return, we will offer you the chance to be part of our dynamic, fun, energetic and supportive organisation. We will provide learning and development and generous flexible working opportunities. Finally, you will be part of a culture of owning and driving your own performance demonstrated by our recent staff survey in which we scored over 90% on commitment and motivation. 

We are creating a global movement to make orphanages unacceptable - take a look at our job pack and if you have the skills and experience, we need and can help us achieve our fundraising goals please get in touch. 

To apply, please upload your CV and a short cover note outlining how your skills and experience match our requirements and why you are suitable for the role. 

We look forward to hearing from you. 

You may have experience of the following: Administrative Assistant, Fundraising Assistant, Fundraising Executive, Administrative Support, Office Administrator, Office Assistant, Team Administrator, Team Assistant, Personal Assistant, Team Secretary, Database assistant, Sales Support, Sales Administration, etc. 

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