Fundraising Officer

Role: Fundraising Officer
Pay: £25,500 per annum, pro rata 
Hours of work: 21 – 25 hours per week
Department: Development
Line Manager: Fundraising Manager

Role Overview

This is an exciting time to join The Haven Wolverhampton’s (THW) Fundraising Team as we grow and move into a new chapter of our work. We’re a small team so you’ll need to have the kind of attitude that means you like to get stuck in and support with a range of fundraising activities. We work closely together towards a team target (we’re not interested in pitting one fundraiser against another), planning various activities, arranging events, and supporting volunteer fundraisers and donors, so if you want to be part of a supportive and collaborative team, you’ll probably like our style.

If you’re someone who can tell us about your previous professional fundraising success, we’d really love to hear from you. You’ll need to tell us about your experience of raising funds, the successes and pitfalls, and what you’ve learnt along the way. We want to know about you and what makes you tick, we want to hear your ambitions and what makes you excited about working at THW.

Whilst your role is about raising income, as a team we’re focused on the bigger picture and we’re looking for someone to join us who is truly passionate about transforming the lives of women and children. Ultimately, this is what the money we raise is all about – facilitating change. 

We’re not looking for perfection, we want congruence, creativity, accountability, and passion. If that’s you, take a look at the JD and Person Spec to find out more. Hopefully we’ll be reading your application to join us soon.

Closing date:                 05 June 2022

Interview Date:           16 June 2022

Please see below for the full job description and person specification, and next steps in making your application.


Next Steps…

To apply for this role, please download the application pack below. Follow the instructions to complete it. Once completed, please send it to the email address stated in the pack.

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