RNRMC – Fundraising Manager

***THIS JOB VACANCY HAS NOW CLOSED***

Our Charity exists to provide a lifetime of support to the men and women of the Naval Service and their immediate families wherever and whenever they are in need. We take great pride in being responsive and in making a difference at a critical point in people’s lives.

We are looking for a Fundraising Manager to grow individual and regular giving income for the RNRMC, including the development of legacy marketing and major donor fundraising. As part of the role, the individual will line manage the payroll giving team and Campaigns Fundraiser. This role provides an opportunity to develop your understanding of new and emerging income generation vehicles and approaches and assess their suitability for the charity.

We’ll want you to ensure that the RNRMC is agile as the country recovers from COVID-19. You’ll have to react to the changing environment, take advantage of the innovations in fundraising whilst mitigating financial risk based on evidence and insight.

There’s a lot to get your teeth stuck into! Early applications are recommended as we may interview and appoint early for an exceptional candidate.

For an informal discussion about the role, please also get in touch with Dawn Ingram, Director of Fundraising on 02393 871537.

Visit our website at www.rnrmc.org.uk  for more information about our Charity and you will find a job description for the role on our vacancies page here.

CLOSING DATE FOR RECEIPT OF APPLICATIONS: 0900 MONDAY 15 AUGUST 2022

INTERVIEW DATE: FRIDAY 19 AUGUST 2022

Whilst we aim to respond to all applicants, if you have not heard from us by Wednesday 17 August 2022 you may presume you have been unsuccessful in your application.

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