CURRENT JOB VACANCIES
Nottingham Hospitals Charity (registered charity 1165397) exists to enhance Nottingham’s NHS, funding medical research, new equipment and improvements to the patient environment and experience at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust (including Queen’s Medical Centre, City Hospital and Ropewalk House). Causes supported range from childhood illness to stroke treatment, neonatal equipment to dementia research. Money raised is invested directly in the services, facilities and healthcare that are important to patients and essential in helping to make hospital care in Nottingham the very best for patients.
We are currently looking for two individuals to join our busy Fundraising team, helping to meet targets to raise important funds which will have a positive impact on Nottingham’s hospitals.
CORPORATE PARTNERSHIPS OFFICER
Salary: £25,000 – £28,000 pa Hours: f/t 37.5 Permanent
We are seeking an experienced corporate fundraiser to secure, manage and develop support from companies across the East Midlands to increase annual income and awareness of Nottingham Hospitals Charity and its priority fundraising appeals. Working with SMEs to blue chip companies, you will use your stewardship and account management skills to develop mid to high value partnership with companies across the region, based on a sound business approach and relationship development. You will have at least two years’ experience within corporate fundraising and will be able to work strategically to maximise the potential of corporate fundraising through creativity and diversification, working to financial targets.
Salary: £18,000 – £21,000 pa Hours: f/t 37.5 Permanent
Are you an individual who can bring drive and enthusiasm to fundraising initiatives and play a key role within Nottingham Hospitals Charity’s busy, target-driven fundraising team? You will have strong organisation skills and experience of providing excellent customer/donor care. Working across both community, corporate and hospital staff fundraising, you will play a pro-active role, providing essential support to the fundraising team and initiating, undertaking and managing your own projects and partnerships. You will have the ability to write fluently, be IT literate and have good interpersonal skills for close interaction with hospital staff and external supporters.
The deadline for applications is Monday 20 March 2017. Interviews will be held in the week commencing 27 March.