Charity People is thrilled to be working with a charitable organisation that puts child welfare at the centre of everything they do, in the search for their new High Value Communications Officer.
Their mission: to protect and support children and young people by providing practical and emotional care and support; they ensure that children and young people have their voices heard, and they campaign to bring lasting improvements to their lives.
In post, you will work to: ensure that high value fundraisers have a suite of ‘off the shelf’ content they need to inspire and engage potential and existing supporters; write high quality strategic proposals, concept notes and other fundraising materials for major donors, trusts and foundations and corporate donors; build excellent working relationships across key teams, acting as the ‘go to’ for programmatic information, and much more!
Ideally, you will have: experience of producing high quality written materials that are tailored to the needs of internal or external audiences; the ability to translate technical programme information into compelling donor communications for different audiences, including businesses, high net worth individuals, trusts and foundations; the ability to interpret and analyse financial information relating to project budgets, query inaccuracies and present this information in a donor friendly way.
You must be self-motivated and self-organised, with good time-management skills, an ability to plan, manage and prioritise a varied workload. You will foster a flexible and proactive approach to working and possess the ability to respond at short notice to a wide variety of tasks, whilst remaining calm within a challenging environment.
Location: London; 1 day p/w in the office with flexibility to work remotely the rest of the time.
Closing date: ASAP. Please apply at your earliest convenience so that we can get the ball rolling!
If you’re interested in hearing more about this great opportunity, please send your CV to Alice at Charity People.
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