Charity Development & Project Manager

Hours: Full Time – 37.5

Contract Type: Permanent

Location: Based in Norwich, with regular county-wide travel.

Salary: £37,570 to £43,772 pa plus NHS pension and other NHS employee benefits

About The Organisation:

Norfolk Community Health & Care NHS Trust Charitable Fund, charity number 1051173, operates across Norfolk to provide benefits to patients, their families and carers, that enhance their care above and beyond that provided by the Trust and the NHS in general. Working within the community, we are involved in activities that benefit children and young people, adults, and particularly older people with multiple and complex health and care needs.

About the Role:

 Due to the retirement of the existing Fundraising Manager, an exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced charity fundraiser and project planner to take Norfolk Community Health & Care NHS Trust’s Charitable Fund to its next level of success.

 Rated by the CQC as ‘Outstanding’, NCH&C provides community health services throughout Norfolk and surrounding areas through teams of community staff operating in patients’ homes or clinics, and a number of small inpatient hospitals. The Charity’s Development & Project Manager will succeed the existing postholder, who is retiring. You will play the leading role in ensuring that the charity can further enhance services to patients, their families and carers, in ways that both support the Trust’s work but also builds alliances with other service providers from the voluntary and public sectors to meet the needs of people with long-term physical and mental conditions.

The charity’s success to date has been based on working closely and proactively with donors, Trust staff, and other supporters. Having grown income mainly from patient/family donations and legacies, the foundation has now been laid to engage with staff, stakeholders, and the wider community to develop programmes of work that attract donations from major donors and trusts. Legacies can also be used to support strategic developments that provide support for patients but also demonstrate different ways of working within a changing NHS locally and regionally in response to an ageing population, cared for at home, and with complex needs over a long period of time.

We are looking for someone who is able to work under their own direction within a strategic and operational framework that they will develop by engaging with senior staff from the Trust, the Charitable Funds Committee, and stakeholders within the community.

NHS charity experience is not required, but what is, is the ability and drive to increase fundraising income by motivating and building enaged teams of people, and presenting compelling funding propositions to the widest range of potential supporters. You will be responsible for overseeing the proper governance of the charity and be aware of the particular challenges faced by NHS charities with a corporate trustee. You will need to do this under your own initiative, with financial and administrative support from one other member of staff.

This is a fantastic opportunity to build on your experience and proven track record within the voluntary or not for profit sector, and make your mark in delivering an outstanding charity in the service of patients, families and carers.

How to Apply:

Full application details are available via the NHS Jobs Website at https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915835360

If you require further information:

Contact Gary Wiltshire, Fundraising Manager, NCH&C NHS Charitable Fund, on 01603 272572 or via gary.wiltshire@nchc.nhs.uk

Closing date: 4 December 2019

 

Community & Events Fundraiser (UHCW Charity)

Love Community Fundraising and great at organising events? UHCW Charity needs you!! Make things better for our patients, their families and our staff!
We are searching for an ambitious and proactive Community and Events Fundraiser looking for a fresh challenge and able to support our exciting programme of growth
Reporting to the Head of Charity, the post holder will play a key role in the development and implementation of our fundraising strategy to increase funds for the vital work of our hospitals and our community services.
This is an exciting time to join our small but focused team with ample opportunities to make your mark and lead on raising funds with local supporters across Coventry and Warwickshire for our high profile projects and campaigns.

If you have a passion and skill for supporting donors and volunteers, this is an exciting opportunity for you to build on your fundraising and volunteer management experience, and truly make your mark in this rapidly expanding charity.

Due to the large geographical area covered by this role, the successful applicant will need to be able to travel independently throughout the area.

About you: We are looking for a highly motivated and enthusiastic person who has experience of working with donors and volunteers. This is a key role for UHCW Charity and the right candidate will work with hospital staff, patients and their families to raise vital funds. You will have ideally worked within a similar role and can demonstrate the ability to deal sensitively with emotional situations.

You will need to be an excellent communicator, confident in contacting supporters over the telephone as well as meeting them face to face. As our Community Fundraiser, you will regularly give talks and presentations to various groups and local organisations. You will need to demonstrate your ability to work well on your own initiative as well as be a real team player. This is a busy and demanding role often with conflicting deadlines so the ability to prioritise your workloads and have an organised, methodical approach is essential.

You will have experience of recruiting, managing and working with volunteers to deliver organisational objectives as well as a proven track record in achieving financial and nonfinancial targets and a good working knowledge of budgets is essential.

The successful candidate will benefit from working in a dynamic and well-supported team which is going through a key period of growth and investment in resources and facilities.
Part-time/Job share considered for the right applicant(s).

If you feel that you can make a real difference to our patients and their families, please send your CV and letter of application, showing clearly how you meet the Person Specification and Job Description to: kirsty.gane@uhcw.nhs.uk

Hours          Full time 
Site               UHCW Charity
Town           Coventry
Salary          £23-27,000 depedning on experience
Closing        7 December 

 Community Fundraiser Job Description

Community Fundraiser Person Spec

Fundraising Coordinator (Oxford Health Charity)

Main area  Corporate Services – Fundraising
Grade          Band 6
Contract     Permanent
Hours          Full time (open to flexible working and job share)
Job ref        267-CS2035384
Site              Warneford Hospital
Town           Oxford
Salary          £30,401 to £37,267 per annum / pro rata
Closing       18/11/2019 23:59

 http://oxfordhealth.healthjobsuk.com/vacancy/2035384 

 

Do you want to make a difference to those receiving care and support from Oxford Health?  Can you inspire people to get involved?  Do you have experience of fundraising?

A new and exciting post has been created by the Oxford Health Charity for a Fundraising Coordinator.  The Oxford Health Charity supports and enhances the experience of those receiving care and working with Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust.  This post will have the opportunity to create, develop and implement a fundraising plan for the charity across all areas of the Trust.

The ideal candidate will be self-motivated; able to work alongside staff at all levels of the organisation as well as service users and their families; flexible to meet the needs of the charity and the organisation; and with a keen eye for promoting opportunities to get involved.  In addition, candidates should be able to demonstrate their experience of fundraising, marketing and the charity sector.  There is scope for flexible working and job share within this position and an expectation that the post-holder will be able to travel across the region to enable developments in all areas of the Trust.

Fundraising Coordinator JD

Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (RNOH) NHS Trust

Arts Curator

We are looking for an Arts Curator to improve the RNOH’s environment for the benefit of patients, visitors and staff, through the use of all forms of visual and performing art.  The Arts Curator will be responsible for drawing up and implementing the arts strategy for the RNOH Charity which improves the patient experience and is dynamic, innovative and engaging.

Please click on the link below for full details.

 https://thernohcharity.peoplehr.net/Handlers/RichTextEditorImageDownload.ashx?file=/Arts Curator JD and Spec Sept 2019.pdf

 Stanmore

Fundraising
Arts Curator
£18 – £21k actual salary for 21 hours
Arts Curator, Minimum 2 years
Stanmore

The closing date for this position is 15th November 2019

Salary is for 3 days per week

Please provide details of two referees, one of whom should be your current or most recent employer.

 

 

Fund Engagement Manager

Location: Imperial Health Charity Office, Edgware Road

Salary: £32,000 – £36,000 per annum

Application closing date: Sunday 17 November

https://www.imperialcharity.org.uk/about-us/join-the-team

Job Description

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