Job title: Fundraising Manager
Reporting to: Operations Director
Purpose: See job description
Location: Flexible. The team are currently home-based with the option, as restrictions allow, of 1-2 days a week working from our London base.
Start date: As soon as possible
Hours of work: 35 hours per week
Holiday entitlement: 25 days per year (Statutory Bank Holidays are additional)
Salary: £32,000 - £34,000
Pension: Automatic enrolment into a direct contribution pension scheme (3% employer contribution)
Our bold vision is for every child in need to be raised in a strong family. We train and support facilitators from local churches to run parenting programmes which equip parents and carers facing disadvantages with confidence, competence, and community, enabling their children to thrive. In the next ten years, we want to equip the church to make an impact in the lives of 50,000 children in need across the UK.
About the Role
At a significant time of growth for Kids Matter, we are looking for an individual to come and join us as our Fundraising Manager to help us achieve a sustained increase in funds and maximise our impact throughout the UK. Our ability to build engagement and secure resources to scale our work is vital and this role is right at the heart of this opportunity. This role will offer the right candidate the opportunity to gain experience across all aspects of fundraising in an agile team where there is freedom to develop new ideas and ways of doing things.
If you have experience of working for a charity in a fundraising or income generating role, an ability to build and nurture key relationships, and if you thrive working in a small and dynamic team, we would love to hear from you!
All applicants must be committed to the basis of faith, vision, and ethos of Kids Matter.
This post is subject to an Occupational Requirement:
Kids Matter serves and supports clients within the Christian sector, the nature of the work requires that this post holder has an active faith in Jesus under the Equality Act 2010, Part 1, Schedule 9.
We actively support and welcome integration of people from diverse ethnic backgrounds of varied experiences and skillset to help shape the work and the future of Kids Matter. We are particularly keen to receive applications from African and Afro Caribbean, Asian and other diverse Ethnic communities.
How to Apply
Please download and complete the application form and submit it to Lydia Smith (Operations Manager) at email@example.com
Remote-working with occasional travel to London
Hammersmith and Fulham