Individual Giving Fundraiser
30-37.5 per week
7th December 2022
We’re looking for an Individual Giving Fundraiser to join our small and friendly fundraising team.
The purpose of this role is to support the Individual Giving Manager with the delivery of Sobell House Hospice Charity’s Individual Giving and Integrated Appeals programme, to maximise and grow sustainable income from individual supporters.
In this exciting and varied position, you’ll have the opportunity to shape our Individual Giving campaigns including regular giving, appeals, lottery and in-memory giving. This role is also key for making sure our individual donors receive excellent supporter care, so that we can build positive and long-lasting relationships with our supporters.
It is an exciting time to join the Charity, as we have ambitious and innovative future fundraising plans that the Individual Giving team will play a key part of. If you are creative, driven and have a passion for making a difference, we would love to hear from you.
Please note, this role offers hybrid working with the requirement to be in our Charity office at least three days a week.
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- Download and fill out the application form along with the diversity monitoring form.
- Read through the rehabilitation of offenders document and complete and return the criminal records form if appropriate.
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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. People who read your application will not see your name, age, gender, or any other personally identifiable information.
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.
Sobell House Hospice Charity is proud to be an Oxford Living Wage Employer.