Proactive, experienced and confident Events professional? Looking to make a difference working on an exciting programme of events for a local hospice charity?
You will deliver exceptional experiences for supporters by developing and delivering an on-going fundraising events portfolio including challenge, sports and mass participation events, a schools fundraising programmes and special events like the upcoming black-tie ball.
You’ll be excited by the prospect of joining an organisation in the process of implementing a new vision for its future and looking to embrace a culture of innovation and continuous improvement.
Things to look forward to in this role:
- working with fundraising colleagues to coordinate key hospice events
- producing the full events portfolio, from Day 1 planning to independent event execution
- relationship management of third parties and stewardship of event participants
- ensuring any learning points are captured and reflected in ongoing events
- managing fundraising in school settings to encourage support in our local community from a young age
Experience of charity event delivery would be warmly welcome, but we’d also be happy to consider fundraisers from other disciplines looking for a change of direction or events / projects professionals looking to for their first charity role.
Most importantly, you will have a genuine passion for hospice work and meeting the needs of existing and new supporters; you will be committed to putting the patient at the centre of everything that the hospice works to achieve.
Flexible, life and family-friendly. Hybrid working in place, open to 1 day from home and office base in York.
If this sounds like a job where you could add value and be happy, then please get in touch with a copy of your CV to our Yorkshire consultant, Ellen Drummond.[display-posts orderby="rand"]
We are considering applications on a rolling basis with a view to holding interviews on 18th November, so please do get in touch ASAP if interested.
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