Do you want to be part of a talented and dedicated team determined to support people affected by ovarian cancer? Managing one of our largest income streams, this role offers a great opportunity to use your trust fundraising skills to have a significant impact.
We are seeking a skilled Trusts Fundraising Manager to drive income from our trust and foundation portfolio.
Working closely with the Head of Philanthropy & Partnerships and our Development Board, you'll be part of a talented and supportive team of fundraisers, collectively raising £10m over the next three years
This is a fantastic opportunity for anyone wanting to make their mark in a new role, whilst building on a portfolio that has been developed and managed by freelancers to date.
We're an award-winning charity targeting what’s important to stop ovarian cancer devastating lives - symptoms awareness, early diagnosis, better treatments and support for all. We pride ourselves on being a values-led and learning-focused organisation, with a commitment to equality, diversity, equity and inclusion.
This is an exciting time to be joining Target Ovarian Cancer as we embark on an ambitious new three-year strategic plan. Join us and together we'll fight for a world where everyone with ovarian cancer lives.
Trusts Fundraising Manager recruitment pack
This is a full time, permanent role at a salary of £42,000.
We currently offer a hybrid-working model. This means you may usually work from your home or remote location, but are expected to attend meetings and pay for your own travel to the office in Angel, London when required.
Please email [email protected] if you would like to find out more about how frequently you would likely be required in the office for this role.
Target Ovarian Cancer does not hold a sponsorship licence and therefore cannot sponsor any individual to work in the UK.
To apply, please submit a CV and cover letter stating how you meet the criteria for the role to [email protected].
Please also complete the equalities monitoring form and send to [email protected].
Equal opportunities monitoring form
Please submit your application by 23:59 on 8 November 2023.
We want to make our recruitment accessible to all, if there is a way we can support you in your application, please contact us at [email protected] with the job in the subject line.