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Thank you for your interest in working for Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust. 

 

Fundraising Officer

Full time, 37.5 hours per week. Permanent

£24,000 - 26,000 per annum, dependent on experience

Purpose of job

This is an exciting opportunity to play a key role in the development of events and community fundraising work at Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust. As the Fundraising Officer, the post holder will have the opportunity to help us make a real difference through raising vital funds for our support and education programmes for those affected by cervical cancer and cervical abnormalities.

We are looking for an enthusiastic and driven individual to help the team maximise income while providing support to our fundraisers, who are the backbone of our organisation, many of whom have been through a cervical cancer diagnosis or have lost someone to the illness. 

The post holder will be outgoing and keen to get out of the office, build relationships and drive forward income generation. They will manage our small challenge events programme (including running, cycling and triathlon events), providing high level supporter care to our individual fundraisers and promoting the events online. They will lead on organising our annual UK event, Steps for Jo’s, and develop new sources of income from community organisations. The post holder should have over 2 years fundraising experience.

 

Closing date: 5 August

To apply

Please complete and return the below application form with reference to the job description and person specification.

Fundraising Officer: Job description and person specification

Application form

 

Fundraising Administrator

Part time, 25 hours per week. Core office hours are 09:00 to 17:30 Monday to Friday. 

£22,000-25,000 pro rata

Purpose of job

The post holder will have the opportunity to help the charity make a real difference by providing excellent administrative support to the fundraising team. You will be working across the team and undertake a range of administrative functions, from trust research to letter writing to database management. The person should be highly organised and have at least two years of administrative experience.              

The role will sit in the Fundraising Team under the Fundraising Manager and alongside the Fundraising Officer. It is a crucial role in sustaining and growing the charity’s income, and the person who fills this role should be comfortable with a range of administrative tasks.

 

Closing date: 5 August

To apply

Please complete and return the below application form with reference to the job description and person specification.

Fundraising Administrator: Job description and person specification

Application form

 

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Date last updated: 
25 Apr 2016