We are looking for a talented Fundraising Manager to join our small team, reporting to the newly appointed Development Director.
£35,000 – £38,000 pro rata
Permanent / Part-time / 21 hours per week
This is an excellent time to join Chelsea Physic Garden. In 2023 the charity celebrates 350 years as a Botanic Garden dedicated to teaching and discovery and it embarks on a major £12 million transformation project that will safeguard the Garden’s future. You will play a pivotal role in helping to support the fundraising campaign from the outset. This is a great opportunity for someone with previous fundraising experience and a demonstrable track record (trusts and foundations or individual giving) to utilise their skills and knowledge and help create a step-change in the Garden’s fundraising.
Your fundraising expertise will be put to use to create the systems and culture required to shape a campaign at this level, in addition to leading on the annual revenue funding for Garden projects (£300k).
You will have comparable experience of working in a fundraising role with a demonstrable track record. You will be highly adept at communicating with people at all levels. An ability to self-manage and react to changing priorities is important. A willingness to create workable and efficient systems and knowledge of fundraising databases is a prerequisite. You will use your writing talents to create a suite of compelling collateral and proposals. With a sound understanding of MS office applications, a confident presentation style and excellent organisational skills you will play a key part in securing the Garden’s future.
This is a rewarding role in a small friendly team at Chelsea Physic Garden. Benefits include 25 days paid holiday pro rata, pension scheme and staff benefit scheme.
For more information and details on how to apply, please visit the website
Closing date: Midnight Wednesday 28 March 2018
Interview date: Thursday 5 April at our offices in Chelsea, Royal Hospital Road, SW3
Photo credit: Laura Stoner-New
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