Fundraising Administrator



Job Type

Fixed Term


Administration, Fundraising, Health / Nursing, Medical, Social Care



An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced Administrator to join our client’s existing Fundraising team, providing support to the Community, Events and Corporate department as well as supporting with legacy administration. If you have strong organisational and interpersonal skills as well as a good eye for detail this role could be for you.

Job Title: Fundraising Administrator
Job Ref: FA389
Hours: 20 hours per week to be worked across 4 days
Salary: £21,000 pro-rata, per annum
Contract: Fixed term for one year with the potential to extend beyond this
Location: There is flexibility within this role to work from home alongside a willingness to attend the organisation’s National Centre situated on the outskirts of Bristol on a regular basis
Benefits: 30 days holiday per year pro-rata + bank holidays pro-rata

For over 40 years, our client has supported people with cancer to feel more physically and emotionally able to manage the impacts of their diagnosis and treatment, be more in control of their choices and have the best quality of life possible. By making their services freely available, the organisation’s aim is for all people with cancer to be able to access the high-quality support they need.

As a key member of the Community, Events and Corporate team the successful candidate will support their colleagues by providing an excellent administration service which will contribute to the overall delivery of income into the charity. Included in this will be dedicated support to legacy administration for which full training can be provided.

This new role will suit someone with good organisational and interpersonal skills who enjoys working as part of a team as well as being self-motivated and able to use their own initiative. Candidates will enjoy a variety of tasks and take an enthusiastic and professional approach as the first point of contact to the department. Previous experience in a Fundraising team is not essential although an ability to learn, understand and demonstrate the principles of excellent supporter care will be required upon commencement of the role.

The exciting new role is offered for 20 hours per week on an initial 1-year fixed term contract, with the possibility of extending. While there is flexibility with regards to location and homeworking, it will include regular working from the charity’s UK National Centre in Pill, near Bristol.

The charity is committed to promoting equality, diversity, and inclusion throughout the organisation. The organisation is proactively taking action to support EDI and Wellbeing to support their ethos of creating a diverse culture that is reflective of both their employees and the lived experience of all communities touched by cancer. The charity welcome applications from individuals from all backgrounds regardless of age, gender, gender identity, gender expression, ethnicity, sexual orientation, faith or disability.

Timetable for appointment:
Closing date: Monday 23rd May 2022 at 9.00am
Interview: Thursday 26 May and Friday 27 May at the charity’s National Centre in Pill
Start date: Appointment to commence as soon as possible

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