Community Corporate Programme Manager

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England | London - Head Office
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Up to £31,000 depending on experience +£3,500 London Allowance

Our successful network of regionally based Community Fundraising staff raise £21m annually from a variety of methods including Public Collections, Fundraising Groups, Events and Supporter Led Fundraising. As a team we are beginning an exciting new programme to make approaches to local and regional businesses in a consistent and structured way with a view to setting up fundraising partnerships with a value of up to £100K. We are looking for a suitably experienced person to lead and develop this programme.

Reporting to the Head of Community Fundraising UK and working closely with the Community Fundraising Management Team and National Partnerships and Philanthropy team, the successful candidate ideally will have a Corporate fundraising background or experience of fundraising with companies. In addition to possessing superb organisation, planning and programme management skills we are looking for someone with a keen eye for detail who can set up new systems, procedures and reporting mechanisms for this new income stream.

Keeping our team of Community Fundraisers informed, motivated and supported with toolkits, guidelines and a listening ear to equip them to make effective approaches and form new partnerships is a key part of the role. The Community Corporate Programme Manager will also be responsible for some prospect research on behalf of the Community Fundraising team and where appropriate taking personal responsibility to make compelling applications to win new business.

Marie Curie exists to provide  a better life to people living with terminal illness and their families. We do this by providing hands on care either at home or in one of our nine hospices. We also offer advice and services to support people to live well for as long as possible before they reach the end of their lives. As the leading voice on end of life care in the UK, we are the largest charitable funder of research into palliative and end of life care in the UK and we campaign to improve conditions for people living with a terminal illness.

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