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The Children's Foundation currently has no vacancies, but we do have a number of voluntary roles available. Please visit our volunteering page for further information.
We have are currently have one job vacancy:
Organisation – The Children’s Foundation
Salary – Circa £25,000 dependent on experience
Contract Type – Permanent
Hours – Full time (37.5 Hours)
Closing Date – Monday 19th November 2018, 5:00pm.
Provisional date for interview – Wednesday 5th December.
Location – Regional role based in Newcastle upon Tyne
The Children’s Foundation has an exciting and unique opportunity for a fundraising professional looking to be strategically involved in our growing organisation, a highly respected and commended children’s and young people’s health charity to grow income and awareness of its work.
We are looking for a professional, enthusiastic, self-motivated individual to work within our team in order to support the development and delivery of The Children’s Foundation’s fundraising activities, meeting agreed targets through a range of fundraising functions. The post will actively increase the Foundation’s supporter base with innovative and engaging initiatives. You will lead on the planning and delivery of key charity fundraising events and initiatives throughout the year.
Established in 1990 in Newcastle upon Tyne, against a backdrop of our region’s child health levels being the worst in the country, The Children’s Foundation rooted programmes proudly supports the health and wellbeing of North East children and young people. The Foundation focuses on the relief of distress, disability and disadvantage. It aspires to make the North East the best place to be young, resilient, active and healthy!
This position requires flexibility since the role requires working evenings and weekends and since visiting a variety of locations is essential, a driving licence and own vehicle will be necessary.
The ideal candidate must:
The Fundraising Manager will be responsible for:
They will work with the wider team, including a Fundraising and Events Assistant, to ensure that community fundraising events are well organised and replicated across the region.
Applicants should send a copy of their completed application form to Oluwanisola Oyefeko, The Children’s Foundation, PO Box 2YB, Royal Victoria Infirmary, Queen Victoria Road, Newcastle upon Tyne. NE99 2YB or by email to Oluwanisola.Oyefeko@nuth.nhs.uk
If you would like to have an informal discussion about the role, please contact Laura McVeigh, at Laura.McVeigh@nuth.nhs.uk in order to arrange one.
Closing date for applications: Monday 19th November, 17:00
Provisional Interview Date: Friday 30th November