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Interim Head of Individual Giving, Legacies and Supporter Care

February–mid July (start date flexible for the right candidate)

Circa £50,000 plus benefits and flexible working

6 month contract

Based in central London

The Cystic Fibrosis Trust is fighting for a life unlimited for everyone affected by the condition. Our mission is to create a world where everyone living with cystic fibrosis will be able to look forward to a long, healthy life. We prepare to take our fight further and wider than ever before. We’re campaigning to put cystic fibrosis on the government agenda and to raise awareness of CF around the country on a local and national level.

It is an exciting time to join the Trust and make a real step change in our income from Individual Giving, Legacies and In Memory Giving. You will be responsible for reviewing the strategy, plan and leading the team to deliver growth over the next few years to increase our impact for people with cystic fibrosis. Experience in delivering successful Individual Giving Programs and campaigns is vital as part of the role will be operational in this area. Delivering exceptional supporter experience is a key pillar of our strategy and our Supporter Care team’s role is key to achieving this.

There is a big external entertainment opportunity which will raise awareness taking place during this time. This role will be key to maximise engagement and income from the public and to develop the supporter journeys for continued involvement with the Trust.

A team player with significant experience in securing significant income from individual giving, legacies and in memory giving. Proven experience in developing and implementing effective strategies, managing targets and budgets and motivating teams. You will be able to develop and build strong relationships with key stakeholders at all levels internal and external, negotiate effectively and able to problem solve and think strategically, in addition to a solid understanding of the fundraising regulatory environment.

  • Closing date: Monday 21 January at 9am
  • Interviews: Thursday 24 January

Apply today

If this is for you we would love to hear from you. Take a look at the full role descriptionThen complete the application form and equal opportunities form, and send your CV and a covering letter detailing your relevant experience to recruitment@cysticfibrosis.org.uk. The equal opportunities form will be separated from your application form prior to the selection process.

We are looking to interview suitable candidates as soon as possible, so please apply today.

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We do ask that you help us monitor our performance on equality by completing the accompanying Equal Opportunities Form which contains no identifiable personal information. Doing so is optional, and any information you provide through this form will be used to provide generalised aggregated reports. It will not affect your application in any way and is kept separately.

In the event your application is unsuccessful, we will retain your information for up to 6 months, before it is disposed of confidentially.

For more detailed information on your rights and how we use any data you provide us, please see our privacy policy.

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