Fundraising Administrator (Maternity Cover)

Salary£25,612.82 (pro rata) HoursHours negotiable, minimum 20 hours a week over 5 days. LocationOffice Based at Sobell House Hospice Charity, Churchill Hospital

An exciting opportunity has arisen within the supporter care team at Sobell House and we are now looking for a motivated individual to provide a first-class administration support to our donors, prospective supporters and the wider Fundraising team.

If you have excellent communication skills, a can-do attitude and you are competent with all things administration, we would like to hear from you.

This role is a fixed term contract with a minimum of 20 hours a week over 5 days, but we are open to negotiation.

Our Team Values:     

  • Continuous Improvement: We have a ‘growth mentality’. We embrace feedback and positive change and are continually looking for improved ways of working.
  • Integrity: We are honest, transparent and accountable for our actions and outcomes.
  • Collaboration: We believe together is better. Working with colleagues, partners and our community to achieve more.
  • Impact: We aim to make a positive difference to the lives of others through our work.
  • Compassion: We treat ourselves and others with kindness, respect, empathy and care.

 

Other Benefits:

  • Holiday entitlement: 36 including 8 Bank Holidays pro rata
  • Pension: 7% employer pension contribution
  • Sick pay: 6 weeks in any rolling 12 months after probation completed
  • Additional Benefits: Employee Assistance Programme, Death in Service, Cycle to Work

 

Why are we asking you to fill in a form, and why won’t we take CVs?

By using application forms, we offer a consistent way for applicants to provide us with the relevant information we need to assess suitability for interview. The questions and evidence we ask for are considered carefully against the person specification in the role job description. Candidates are selected for interview based on the examples and evidence provided in this form. Please complete all sections as fully as possible. If you need the Application Form in a different format, or adjustments to allow you to apply in a different way, please get in touch on recruitment@sobellhospice.org

People who read your application will not see your name, age, gender, or any other personally identifiable information.

Recruitment timeline: unless stated otherwise, shortlisting and interviews will take place on a rolling basis for all applications meeting the essential role criteria. This will continue until the vacancy has been successfully filled. Once we have an appointable candidate, the advert will close. Please complete all applications as early as possible to avoid disappointment.

Please tell us if you need us to make adjustments to help you attend the interview or to interview in another way. We will pay reasonable expenses (capped at £50) where interviews are held face-to-face.

We will ask shortlisted candidates to bring proof of their right to work to the interview. Information on documents to bring for right to work checks: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/right-to-work-checklist/employers-right-to-work-checklist-accessible-version

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Sobell House Hospice Charity is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults, and expects all its staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The postholder will be required to undergo identity checks including a DBS check before taking up the role.

Our aim is to provide care at the heart of our community, and we can do this best when our staff truly reflects that community. To ensure that we represent and support everyone, we welcome job applications from people of all backgrounds and with differing experiences. We do not discriminate on the basis of disability, race, gender reassignment, gender identity, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, religion or belief, sexual orientation or any other aspect of a person’s background.

We support flexible working where possible and welcome applications from people who need or want to work on a part-time basis and who might be interested in a job share.

For information on travel to the Churchill Site where we are based, please see: https://www.ouh.nhs.uk/hospitals/churchill/find-us/car.aspx There are costs associated with travelling to site by car such as bus gates and parking permits. We cannot guarantee that parking permits will be allocated (unless you have mobility needs) and encourage employees to travel by public transport, bicycle or motorbike/moped wherever possible. The Trust offers discounted or free services from Park and Ride locations, and we offer a cycle to work scheme, as well as secure bike parking and bike lock loans.