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Job title: Grants & Trusts Fundraiser
Salary: £22,592 to £28,898 (pro-rata depending on hours)
Hours: Full Time or Part Time available
Location: Flexible – with minimum of one day per week at: Yellow Submarine, 12 Park End Street, Oxford OX1 1HH
Yellow Submarine is an award winning charity, supporting people with additional needs and their families. Search ‘Yellow Submarine Charity’ online to learn more.
We have an opportunity for a new team member to join us as a grants and trusts fundraiser; the successful applicant will proactively identify and secure new, multi-year partnerships with trusts & foundations as well as supporting existing relationships.
This is a key area of income generation for the charity and we are looking for someone who can work diligently and creatively to meet targets; success will be determined by the volume of funds raised.
To oversee, develop and maintain an effective Trust & Foundation fundraising strategy to generate income for Yellow Submarine. The successful applicant requires exceptional organisational ability, demonstrable experience of writing successful applications and identifying appropriate opportunities and excellent communication skills. They must be flexible, have the ability to solve issues whilst being responsive to the needs of the organisation. They must work with colleagues across the organisation to ensure continuity of programmes and to identify areas for growth.
Candidates will be required to undergo a DBS check.
Application deadline: Friday 8th November 2019
Open the job pack here
Download an application form here
We will acknowledge receipt of all applications and let all applicants know if they have been shortlisted or not.
We welcome applications from all people regardless of race, gender, disability, religion, belief, sexual orientation or age and we are committed to providing under-represented groups with the help and support they need to apply to join us.
Any questions in the interim should be directed to Kate Sankey