Age UK Surrey are expanding their income generation function by opening charity shops to further engage with local communities. We are recruiting experienced professionals to act as advisors for a 9-month period.
We are recruiting for an Engagement and Income Generation Specialist Advisor. This role is voluntary with the option to become a Trustee if vacancies allow. We are starting with a blank piece of paper and need you to help us.
Applicants should have the following:
- Charity Fundraising experience with an emphasis on Major donor acquisition and cultivation of high net worth individuals
- Experience of high level accountability for project initiation and completion
- Experience of developing a donor pipeline to maximise key areas of growth for projects in the £5,000 – £150,000 range
- Working knowledge of Surrey borough and district council areas, donor profiling and acquisition within each target group
- Experience of driving engagement in local communities through strategic partnerships
- Experience driving an integrated income generation function that is embedded into an organisation
- Experience of budgeting and cost control to achieve sales potential
- Understanding of how an organisation delivers a service in a local community through the creation and delivery of a defined USP in order to improve the lives of local people.
How to apply
For an informal discussion or more information please contact Jay on 07306 043548 or email@example.com
Please submit a 2-page CV to firstname.lastname@example.org detailing how you meet the criteria detailed in the post you are interested in.
As needed, you will also be asked to complete a Volunteer Registration Form as part of our new Volunteer Induction process.
For more information on the position and Age UK Surrey, please visit https://www.ageuk.org.uk/surrey/
A panel interview will take place after Friday 24th April with the CEO of Age UK Surrey and two other representatives. This interview will take place virtually, via Zoom.
9 monthly meetings via Zoom initially (then potentially in Guildford in due course) with the Short Life Working Group (SLWG) April-December 2021