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The Royal British Legion – Assistant Director of Community & Mass Events Fundraising (London)

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

The Royal British Legion has been successfully transforming our Fundraising. As we develop a broader range of income streams, it is essential that we develop our strategy, expertise, tools and processes.

Just as importantly, we need to ensure The Royal British Legion has the right culture to ensure we build long term, sustainable and rewarding relationships with our supporters which respects and values their commitment to our cause.

As the Assistant Director of Community & Mass Events Fundraising, you will be accountable for the development and delivery of a coordinated strategic programme to maximise income generated and the acquisition of new supporters from across the Community Fundraising and Mass Events audiences.

In addition, the successful candidate will develop and implement an ambitious, authoritative and coordinated Community and Mass Events Fundraising strategy.

You will have significant experience of effective leadership, management and development of large geographically dispersed teams and be required to deputise for the Director of Fundraising when required.

In addition, you will have an expert grasp of Fundraising best practice and current regulations. You will have strong influencing skills with an appreciation of the need to work with a range of stakeholders in a complex organisation and the importance of well considered change management.

Follow this link for more information and to apply.

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