Senior Fundraising Manager – Trusts (Fixed term Maternity cover – 12 months) with NSPCC Scotland

Status:

12 month FTC (Maternity Cover)

Department:

Fundraising, Scotland Fundraising Team

Reporting into:

Head of Fundraising Scotland

Salary:

up to 36k depending on experience

Location:

Home based / within access of offices in Glasgow and Aberdeen

Job Description
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NSPCC Scotland is a respected and trusted member of the charity sector, particularly in high-value relationships.

In Scotland, we run the world famous Childline service, through two bases in Glasgow and Aberdeen, which gives children someone to talk to for free, at any time of the day or night while regularly saving young lives. Our grassroots early intervention and prevention work delivered through our Speak Out. Stay Safe programme talks to primary school children about how to keep safe, seeing over 160,000 children in Scotland last year alone. We also work directly with families through our early intervention and prevention centre in Govan, focussing on infant mental health.

We create innovative and rigorously tested child protection services that help to keep at-risk children safe across the country. Our research, notably our annual “How Safe are our Children?” report, informs both the charity sector and the Government on the state of child protection in the UK each year.

NSPCC Scotland’s mission is to end abuse and neglect, and now, as we are about to embark on an exciting new 10-year strategy and with Childline having been around for a generation of children, there has never been a more exciting or motivating time to be part of our fundraising team.

The Scotland major giving team is responsible for maximising the lifetime value of all new and existing relationships with individual and institutional (trusts, foundations and statutory) donors capable of giving major gifts in Scotland. Gifts over 1k fall into our High Value space at NSPCC Scotland.

NSPCC Scotland’s major giving fundraising has the potential to grow substantially. Increasing income from existing and new institutional givers and developing our work with individual major donors are key areas of focus and growth.

  • Work with existing major giving fundraiser to deliver department budget for 2020/21 and secure income for budget 2021/22.
  • Audit on trust giving in Scotland at NSPCC Scotland since 2010 – using internal data to assess giving history, capacity to give, propensity to give and timescales and key relationship.
  • Management of dedicated pipeline and working with Head of Fundraising (HOF) as required.
  • Making an agreed number of asks / approaches on a monthly basis, dependant on value.
  • Uplifting / increasing range and frequency of donor communications to an identified pool of high value supporters.
  • Small grants programme pilot extension.
  • Working with senior volunteers across NSPCC as required, developing existing relationships.
  • Take forward existing project on individuals, with a view to growing our individuals programme, with a communication plan and engagement plan on individuals identified from high value individual giving activity.
  • RE (Raiser’s Edge) competency through all activity.
  • Working towards pledges of c.100k+ for 2021/22

Responsibilities for all fundraising staff

  • To behave at all times in a manner consistent with NSPCC Scotland’s values and behaviours.

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Applicants must send a CV and tailored Cover Letter for this position by Friday 24th July 2020 by clicking on the button below. Alan will be in touch with suitable applicants for a confidential discussion via phone or Zoom, and will provide advice with regards to tailoring a Cover Letter.

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