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Job Vacancy: Community Fundraising Manager (Ayrshire) - now closed

Please note: applications for this role are now closed. 

Salary: £29-35,000 DOE | Full time 35 hours per week | 25 days holiday plus 10 public holidays | Full job description here

Established by Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity in 2019, Crosshouse Children’s Fund raises money for the children’s wards, maternity unit and neonatal unit located at University Hospital Crosshouse, as well as supporting community services throughout Ayrshire & Arran.    

The charity aims to enhance hospital experiences for patients and families by providing enhanced equipment and support services that can help alleviate the worries of a hospital visit.

Our Community Fundraising Manager is responsible for developing and implementing community fundraising campaigns and events to grow the charity’s income, and build value added relationships with donors, fundraisers and volunteers.

You will lead the development of fundraising campaigns for the charity’s key community and event activities, including:

  • Education and youth;
  • Running and active events;
  • Third party events;
  • Challenge events;
  • Community collections;
  • Supporter led fundraising;
  • Crosshouse Children’s Fund events.

As a key member of the Partnerships & Business Development Team, our Community Fundraising Manager will be responsible for developing and implementing community fundraising campaigns and events to grow the charity’s income, and build relationships with supporters.

This new and exciting role is a key part of our regional fundraising plan, with the aim to increase income from community fundraising activity in Ayrshire and Arran.

The successful candidate will be enthusiastic, have a passion for all things community fundraising and be driven to achieve and exceed community fundraising income targets.

Reports to: Head of Partnerships & Business Development

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How to Apply

1. Send your cover letter and CV before 27 Feb

Please email with your CV and a written statement outlining why you are the ideal person for this position. 

2. Please complete this form

Please also download and complete the Criminal Declaration Form and return it with your application.

Further information

Closing date: 9am on Monday 27 Feb 2023, however, this may close sooner if we receive a large number of responses.

You can find a full list of the benefits you will receive while working for Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity here.

Please note that appointment is subject to 2 references and clearance from Disclosure Scotland to work with children.

GCHC is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace.  To help us in this commitment we would invite you to complete our diversity form here.

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Please note that due to the volume of responses, we cannot respond to all applicants. We will contact all shortlisted applicants within two weeks of the closing date; if you have not heard from us, you have not been shortlisted on this occasion. Thank you for your interest in working for Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity.