competitive salary plus extensive benefits package Closing Date
Tuesday, May 29, 2018 View Advert
About the Job
Home based –South Oxfordshire Hospice services
Competitive salary plus extensive benefit package
We have an exciting opportunity for a self-motivated Fundraiser who wants to use their skills and knowledge to join a developing team at a key point in the Hospice journey and the development of new services.
We are looking for an enthusiastic, confident communicator with experience of developing strong relationships and of working towards the achievement of targets, you will ideally be based in South Oxford shire or very close.
• To manage delivery of annually agreed income across local hospice income streams; to achieve targets and sustainable growth
• Develop and build strong community relationships in South Oxfordshire as the new service develops
• Responsible for individual income and expenditure targets, and contribute to team reforecasting
• Contribute to the development of the fundraising team plan and develop an individual plan to facilitate the implementation of the new hospice service fundraising strategy
• Highlight risks to income and develop opportunities and implement contingency plans where appropriate to ensure any fundraising gaps are filled
• Identify legacy leads and to make the ask when appropriate
• Drive the growth of In Memory fundraising
This is an outstanding opportunity for someone with the following skills and experience:
• Proven fundraising experience and expertise in community and other areas of fundraising e.g. in-memory giving, volunteer management.
• A track record of achieving fundraising growth and delivering income
• Experience of recruiting, supporting and motivating third-party fundraisers to achieve fundraising targets
• Experience of the, management of volunteers and scope of volunteer support for achieving income and expenditure targets
• Substantial experience of forming, nurturing and maintaining relationships within local communities including individuals, groups and associations to deliver growth in income
• An excellent networker, capable of developing relationships with people from a wide variety of backgrounds
• A very strong performance ethic, driven and motivated towards the achievement of targets
• Ability to engender a pro-active team culture
Sue Ryder provides incredible hospice and neurological care for people facing a frightening, life-limiting changing diagnosis. It's not just expert medical care we provide. It's the emotional support and practical things we take care of too. We are here for people aged 16 and over who are dying from conditions like cancer, heart failure and lung disease. We offer a range of support to patients and their families including inpatient care. Our day services are open to those with a life limiting diagnosis and long term conditions. Our expert care team includes doctors, nurses, care assistants, occupational and complementary therapists, bereavement support workers and volunteer befrienders.
Nettlebed Hospice is currently expanding services, helping Sue Ryder realise their vision of ‘More care for more people’. We deliver high quality, compassionate care to patients, their families and friends, across South Oxfordshire and South Buckinghamshire. This is an exceptionally exciting time to be joining the Team at Nettlebed as we are expanding services, which will increase patient choice. The Palliative Care Hub which serves South Oxfordshire, incorporates a referral and advice line, a CNS service and a Hospice at Home Service.
*Competitive Benefits Package* – 25 days holiday rising to 30 plus bank holidays, buy and sell holiday scheme, private pension, staff discount with thousands of retailers, enhanced maternity pay, 15% off New Goods and lots more. Please visit our careers page for the full list
Sue Ryder is a charity registered in England and Wales (1052076) and in Scotland (SC039578). Company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales (943228). Registered office: Kings House, King Street, Sudbury, Suffolk CO10 2ED