Salary range: £26,907 - £30,750 (depending on level of experience)
Location: Either home based or hybrid office working from Norwich/ Cambridgeshire Office
Hours: Full-time, 37.5 hours per week
Contract: Permanent contract
East Anglian Air Ambulance is a regional charity that provides life-saving care across Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, Suffolk and beyond. With two state of the art helicopters and a fleet of rapid response vehicles taking our crew of critical care paramedics and doctors to the scene of the incident, to provide advanced pre-hospital emergency medical care (PHEM).
The dedication of East Anglian Air Ambulance’s supporters, volunteers and fundraisers is the reason we can continue to fund our life saving service. We are looking for a passionate Community Fundraising Lead to help provide support, advice, encouragement and inspiration to individual fundraisers organising in aid of events and businesses who have chosen EAAA as their charity of the year.
East Anglian Air Ambulance not only operates with total patient focus but provides a supportive working environment where everyone can develop and make a difference – Together We Save Lives.
We are looking for a motivated and driven individual to work alongside our Community Fundraising Manager and Community Fundraisers to develop the team’s income for Suffolk. Leading on developing specific areas and activities you will be responsible for the county’s budget and assist with the delivery of the overall Community Fundraising strategy. With extensive experience in relationship management and new business acquisition, you will be a core part of the Engagement & Income team.
This role would suit someone with experience as a Community Fundraiser looking to make the next step in their career, before perhaps looking to consider a management role. This role will involve the wider analysis and strategic decisions of the county’s fundraising, whilst still actively engaging with and securing income from individuals, community groups and corporates, including ‘Charity of the Year’ partnerships.
With excellent organisation skills and with a high standard of internal communications, you will have an ability to manage a varied and busy workload whilst working remotely.
You will be able to drive with access to a vehicle and have a flexible approach to work so that you can support occasional out of hours events.
You will live within our region, have a great knowledge of the area and believe in the work of East Anglian Air Ambulance.
For an informal discussion about the role please contact Barbara McGee, Community Fundraising Manager on 03450 669 999
Closing date: Thursday 9 March (9am)
Interview date: Wednesday 15 March
No agencies please.
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