By working for us you are supporting not just one charity but multiple charity causes, as we represent and train fundraisers, supporting causes throughout the UK and beyond.
The Chief Executive will provide inspirational, modern leadership to the Chartered Institute, shaping strategic plans for growth and development and ensuring these are turned into operational reality and maximum impact across the four nations. To lead a modern organisation with a wide reach in a digital age.
The post holder will support the Director of Professional Development, Membership and Corporate Partnerships, and the Head of Volunteering, Membership and Events in the overall development and delivery of commercial revenue streams at the Chartered Institute of Fundraising. This will include leading on all sponsorship for conferences and National Convention as well as corporate membership.
They will be responsible for overseeing the systems and procedures within the Chartered Institute that enable optimum delivery of these products. They will also ensure all new and existing partnership revenues are tracked and analysed, and work with the finance and events teams to make sure all reported revenues are consistent, and invoices are sent and chased where necessary
Closing date: 10am on Friday 21 May 2021.
To apply for this role please fill out the form attached and send to Hannah at Harris with your CV at Hannah.email@example.com. If you would like to ask any questions or learn more about this role please get in touch with Hannah on 0207 820 7331.
Part time (0.4 FTE) – 14 hours a week - Fixed term contract to Dec 2021
The Chartered Institute of Fundraising is the professional membership body for UK fundraising.
We champion our members’ excellence in fundraising. We support fundraisers through professional development and education. We connect fundraisers across all sectors and skill sets to share and learn with each other. So that together we can best serve our causes and communities both now and in the future.
Our vision is Excellent Fundraising for a Better World. We believe that an equal, diverse and inclusive fundraising community is integral to delivering excellent fundraising. With the support of our EDI Committee, we have invested in developing our Change Collective Manifesto and EDI strategy for the Institute and the fundraising profession.
We are looking to appoint a Head of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion to join us on a part time basis, initially until December 2021.
We are looking for a versatile, creative and socially conscious Head of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion to help us in our goal to transform fundraising to be, and acknowledged to be, an equal, diverse and inclusive profession.
Our values underpin all areas of our work and guide us in all we do:
We welcome applications from across the sector and those from other sectors. You will have proven:
You may have previously held titles such as Head of Diversity, Head of Equality & Diversity, Head of Fundraising, Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Consultant, EDI Consultant, or EDI Manager.
Please note that the interviews will take over Zoom.
How to apply
All candidates must apply by completing our application form and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org by midday, 26 May 2021.
All candidates are also requested to complete our EDI monitoring form and return it along with the application. The form will be used for monitoring purposes only.
It would not be possible to run our national, regional and special interest groups across the UK without the help of our incredible volunteers, and we’re looking for committed and passionate people to join our team.
We have committed to making our Institute and profession a safe and inclusive one, and our Action Plan highlights a series of actions that we intend to take over the coming months.
We're looking for people to join 2 groups that are vital in our work:
We passionately believe that the development of an equal, diverse and inclusive fundraising community is integral to delivering excellent fundraising. To help us achieve this we need people with all types of skills and from all kinds of backgrounds. It's important to us that our staff bring their skills and knowledge regardless of age, being trans, being married or in a civil partnership, being pregnant, on maternity leave, disability, race including colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion, belief or lack of religion/belief, sex, or sexual orientation.
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