Senior Community Fundraiser – Band 4

Salary: £21,089 – £23,761 per year

Are you a real people person, with the skill to build and manage relationships that create success? Can you spot new opportunities and love making things happen? Are you passionate about making a difference? This could be the role for you…

At The Forever Friends Appeal, we believe we can make a difference to every patient and every condition at the Royal United Hospitals Bath. You’ll be joining us at an exciting time, as we celebrate our 20th Year of Fundraising (since 1999 over £23 million has been raised), continue to work on our major campaigns for the Dyson Cancer Centre and RNHRD & Therapies Centre, Special Appeals and all wards and departments as well as develop ambitious plans for the future.

We are seeking a friendly, enthusiastic and committed fundraiser to bring something special to this unique role. You’ll have experience of fundraising within the community and be able to demonstrate how you’ve developed relationships to achieve results. We are looking for someone who will be able to hit the ground running, who thrives on a challenge and is passionate about their work and making a difference.

As a Senior Community Fundraiser the key to success will be your strong relationship building skills, ability to create and spot opportunities, deliver presentations (and use other communication methods) to inspire people to go the extra mile for their local hospital and provide exceptional supporter care to maximise sustainable long term income. Working as part of the Events & Community Team, you will work on community fundraising initiatives and play an integral role building and championing, new and existing relationships within the communities of Bath and the surrounding towns and villages in North East Somerset and Western Wiltshire, that make up the RUH’s catchment area. You will work closely with a diverse range of community groups and educational organisations, volunteers, committees and the general public, as well as work collaboratively with the rest of the fundraising team.

Closing Date: 28/07/2019

Interview Date:13/08/2019

Please note this post is offered on a full time basis: 37.5 hours per week, normally between Monday to Friday (office hours: 9am – 5.00pm), but with regular evening / weekend community activity outside of these hours (time in lieu.)

Apply online: https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915617821


Supporter Care Assistant

Salary:££18,813 – £20,795 per year

Are you a ‘people’ person with brilliant customer service skills? Do you have great attention to detail? Are you ready to join an exceptional charity team making a huge difference to the Royal United Hospitals and it’s community? This might be the role for you….

At The Forever Friends Appeal, we believe we can make a difference to every patient and every condition at the Royal United Hospitals Bath. You’ll be joining us at an exciting time, as we celebrate our 20th Year of Fundraising (since 1999 over £25 million has been raised), continue to work on our major campaigns, special appeals and all wards and departments as well as develop ambitious plans for the future.

In this role, you be responsible for offering supporters the best possible experience at their first point of contact with The Forever Friends Appeal and onwards throughout their supporter journey. You will deliver an exceptional experience to current and potential supporters through engagement of the highest quality; helping with all enquiries, and ensuring supporters feel valued and a key part of our work. This will be through direct communication via a variety of channels including producing letters and correspondence , inbound and outbound calls, post, email, social media and face to face. This role will build loyal, committed supporters who are happy to share our work with friends, family and the community.

The role requires someone who is passionate about our work, enjoys playing an active and supportive team role, has exceptional interpersonal and creative writing skills. They will be organised and precise, able to coordinate a varied workload, have excellent IT and database skills, and able to use their initiative.

Closing Date: 21/07/2019

Interview Date: 31/07/2019

Apply online: https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915617882


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