Royal Navy & Royal Marines Charity – Individual Giving Officer 


Name of Vacancy  Individual Giving Officer
Closing Date 09:00, 19/02/2024
Interview Date w/c 26/02/2024
HR Contact Ally O’Connor HR Officer
CV’s to be forwarded to
Attachments Job Description 

Application Form 

Selection Process A 20 mins Application Review will be held with applicants who meet the person specification via MS Teams to aid with shortlisting.

Shortlisted candidates will be invited to a 60 mins panel interview on site at the RNRMC for which photo ID will be required.

All shortlisted candidates will be required to complete an application form.

The interview may include a skills test.

Interviews will be held on a rolling basis during the advertising period and RNRMC reserve the right to close the vacancy early and make an appointment at any stage of the application process.


The Individual Giving Fundraiser will support the Development Manager (Individual Giving) and Senior Individual Giving Fundraiser to deliver the Individual Giving Strategy through the delivery of individual giving activity and helping to recruit new supporters to the RNRMC as well as helping to engage existing donors. The role will provide support and delivery for appeals, regular giving, lottery, raffles, legacy marketing, and in-memory fundraising and, as well as new supporter acquisition activity, retention, reactivation, upgrade and cross-sell.

You will help to create fundraising propositions, developing/introducing fundraising products whilst also contributing to creating integrated marketing plans and then supporting delivering of these to a  variety of different audiences by various on/offline methods. As well as supporting the writing of briefs  (creative, data etc.), you will help to write copy/scripts, review, and feedback on artwork/creative. You  will also help to write and present results of fundraising activity and make recommendations to improve results in the future as well as suggesting future tests.

You will have at least 1 years’ experience of working in a marketing, customer service or fundraising role and possess a real customer service ethic along with demonstrable experience of supporter care and  stewardship.

You will have some project management exposure and skills, demonstrate a high level of attention to detail and be keen to develop and learn. You will be a real team player who works in a collegiate manner,  be reliable, proactive and communicate in a clear and friendly way.

The role is mainly office based. RNRMC has a hybrid working policy which offer 40% home-working

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