Job Title: Head of Fundraising
Accountable to: Chief Executive
Location: Toilet Twinning head office, Bournemouth
Hours of work: Minimum of 21 hours per week; working pattern to be agreed across 3, 4 or 5 days. Core hours of 9-12 have to be included within the working day.
Closing date for applications: 9am, Friday 5 May
Interview in Bournemouth (1hr, 15 mins): Tuesday 16 May
Second interview in Bournemouth: Tuesday 23 May
Please send your CV, along with a covering letter detailing how your experience, skills and personal qualities relate to the Job Description, to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that Toilet Twinning will not be able to accept any applications that are received after the closing date, and that we are a small charity initiative, and unable to give feedback if your application is unsuccessful on this occasion.
Why Toilet Twinning
This role enables you to join a small and growing charity initiative that is passionate about extending the reach of the water and sanitation programmes of international Christian NGO Tearfund. We do this so that impoverished families are empowered to change their circumstances, as they believe in themselves and the future, to ultimately take small, but hugely significant steps towards overcoming generational poverty.
This is the team for you if you love new ideas; strive for open, honest, and trusting working relationships; pursue excellence while accepting that it’s not always possible to get there; dare to fail; embrace learning and enjoy celebrating the successes of those around you.
- To work with the CEO on annual fundraising plans related to KPIs
- To lead the implementation of the fundraising strategy through digital, press, corporate and key investor channels. This is a hands-on role and will involve operational activity.
- To develop a PR strategy and lead on its implementation – both by delegating tasks and through personal project delivery.
- To line manage staff members and liaise with consultants responsible for digital channels, corporate relationships, High Value Donors, Scotland and Northern Ireland fundraising
- To ensure that honesty, agility, innovation and accountability is protected among team members
- To regularly review the personal objectives, budget management and KPIs of all direct reports
Primary Working Relationships
Core Team (CEO, Operations Director and Creative Director)
Digital delivery consultants
- To lead the implementation of the fundraising strategy areas of PR, digital, press and corporates
- To line manage
- To oversee the execution of fundraising plans in Scotland and Northern Ireland
- To model excellent programme and project management
- To coordinate WIP reports on tactics, and to oversee project closures with learning reviews and suggestions for improvement
- To ensure all KPIs are monitored and reported on, with variance analysis, root causes and proposed actions
- To contribute to the CEO’s strategy meetings and creative brainstorms
Download the job spec here