Jobs at PSS
The trustees are delighted to announce that the PSS team is expanding. We are recruiting for the role of Fundraising Administrator, who will work from the office alongside our Support Coordinator Karen Lodge and our Chair person Caitlin Dean.
Fundraising Administrator for Pregnancy Sickness Support
Post: Fundraising administrator
Hours: 15 hours a week
Salary: Between £7,020 - £7,800 per annum, depending on experience and qualifications of the successful applicant. (Full time equivalent £17,550- £19,500)
Contract: 12 months fixed term (with further 12 months dependent on funding)
Qualifications: Ideally educated to degree level in a suitable field, training will be provided
Responsible for: Coordinating fundraising efforts among volunteers and supporters of the charity and actively seeking donations, new funding streams and fundraisers.
Location: Lanlivery, Central Cornwall, near Lostwithiel/Bodmin (own transport essential)
Suiting a highly motivated individual looking to pursue a career in the Charitable/Non-profit sector, this role is challenging, stimulating and highly rewarding. Working within a small team from an office located on a farm in the beautiful Cornish countryside the role provides convenient office hours to fit around family life. The position would suit those looking to have a powerful positive impact on women's lives in pregnancy through fundraising for a passionate small charity.
You will provide the point of contact for volunteer fundraisers, encouraging and supporting their efforts with material resources, social media and public relations. Additionally you will establish and maintain relationships with donors, grant making bodies and businesses, seeking opportunities to increase diverse income streams for our dynamic national charity. There will be opportunities for developing campaigns and events as well as exploring new fundraising platforms.
Much of the communication within the role is telephone based so an excellent phone manner is essential and strong organisational skills and computer literacy are required. Social media and public relation skills are desirable but training can be given
The role further includes recruiting and inducting new volunteers who wish to fundraise and supervising the activities of volunteers representing our charity to ensure our reputation is upheld. Additional duties include evaluating and monitoring fundraising activities and income. Some general office duties will be required within this small team.
There is also room for role and service development and you will gain experience in various areas of third sector management.
The role requires autonomous and independent working as well as effective team collaboration. A high level of professionalism and excellent time management skills are required.
For further information please contact us via the contact page.
Application deadline: Monday 30th October at 5pm
Interviews commencing week beginning: Monday 13th November