Charity / Voluntary
Flexible location: Applications are welcome from those living within the regions of Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Norfolk & Suffolk. Either home based or hybrid office working from Melbourn (Cambs) or Norwich (Norfolk)
Salary range: ?£19,535 - £29,567 per annum (depending on experience)
About The Charity:
This regional charity provides life-saving care across Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, Suffolk and beyond. With two state of the art helicopters and a fleet of rapid response vehicles taking a crew of critical care paramedics and doctors to the scene of the incident, to provide advanced pre-hospital emergency medical care (PHEM).
The organisation is immensely proud to have been listed as the number one charity to work for in the 2021 Best Companies list for the national Charity Sector.
The Charity has also been recognised as the 6th Best Company to Work for in the East of England in the 2021 listings and 14th in the Top 100 Mid-Sized Companies to Work For in the UK. In 2020, the charity was awarded Employer of the Year in the Norfolk and Cambridge Business Awards.
The dedication of the charity’s supporters, volunteers and fundraisers is the reason they can continue to fund their life saving service. They are looking for passionate Community Fundraisers to help provide support, advice, encouragement and inspiration to individual fundraisers organising in aid of events and businesses who have chosen the organisation as their charity of the year.
The charity not only operates with total patient focus but provides a supportive working environment where everyone can develop and make a difference – Together We Save Lives.
You will be motivated and focused to seek out further opportunities to engage with and secure income from individuals, community groups and corporates, including ‘Charity of the Year’ partnerships across the region, growing income and activity in line with strategy.
You will develop relationships to provide the very best account management, ensuring the existing high standard of supporter engagement is maintained.
You will be great at networking, building and investing in relationships with supporters, companies, key community decision makers, local groups and membership organisations.
You will work with the Volunteering Team to ensure volunteering opportunities are available through identifying and securing opportunities for the organisation to be the benefiting charity status for community and key events across the region and much, much more!
Depending on experience you will deliver on either a range of existing project work or lead on innovative new projects, working collaboratively across the other fundraising income streams.
With excellent organisation skills and with a high standard of internal communications, you will have an ability to manage a varied and busy workload whilst working remotely.
You will be able to drive with access to a vehicle and have a flexible approach to work so that you can support occasional out of hours events.
You will live within the region, have a great knowledge of the area and believe in the work of the charity.
Closing date: ?Monday 20 September (9am)
Interview date: Wednesday 29 & Thursday 30 September
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