Campaigns and Community Fundraising ManagerJob Ref: ISPCC
Type: Full-time, permanent role
Location: Dublin 2
Salary: €50,000 - €55,000
Closing Date: No Longer Accepting Applications
The ISPCC is for children.
Our purpose is to listen, empower them, strengthen their resilience and enable them to live their best possible lives. Our goal is that every child who needs to connect with the ISPCC can do so when and where they need us. Under our new strategy, ISPCC’s Childline will be a National utility rooted in giving every child in Ireland an opportunity to build their resilience.
The Role The ISPCC are now seeking a Campaigns and Community Fundraising Manager to develop and implement ISPCC’s campaigns and community fundraising strategy. The Campaigns and Community Fundraising Manager will be responsible for an annual team target and will build upon this target in order to ensure sustainable growth.
The successful candidate will have experience managing people to deliver a common goal, and should have substantial experience forming, nurturing and maintaining relationships with a wide range of stakeholders from team members to volunteers and donors alike. In order to succeed in this role, the Campaigns and Community Fundraising Manager will ideally possess demonstrable experience in creating and managing large-scale, successful fundraising events. This is an exciting opportunity to lead a dedicated team within an established National organisation, creating new campaigns and releasing untapped potential.
If you’re an ambitious self-starter with excellent networking skills, a passion for the work and values of the ISPCC and the ability to exceed expectations, we would love to hear from you!
How to Apply:
The recruitment campaign for the role of Campaigns and Community Fundraising Manager is being managed exclusively on behalf of the ISPCC by specialist not-for-profit sector, recruitment consultancy CCI Executive Search.
If you would like to find out more about this role, email [email protected] to request a full information pack prior to making your application.
Deadline for applications: 12pm on Friday, 14th February