Fundraising Manager - Arthritis Ireland

Job Ref: Arthritis Ireland
Type: Full-time, permanent role
Location: Dublin 2 – Arthritis Ireland staff are currently working from home due to Covid-19 except for essential trips to the office
Salary: €50,000 - €55,000
Closing Date: No Longer Accepting Applications

Full Description


Arthritis Ireland is a health research charity and national patient organisation representing one million people living with arthritis in this country. Our vision is of a better life for people living with arthritis today; a world without arthritis tomorrow.

We are now seeking a dynamic, innovative, experienced Fundraising Manager to join our team.


The Fundraising Manager’s key responsibilities will be to increase income year on year, continue to identify new growth areas in light of the changing fundraising landscape and create a sustainable income stream for the organisation from a variety of sources including corporates, raffles, events, direct marketing and legacies.

This is an excellent opportunity for an ambitious candidate with a proven track record in sales, fundraising, or business development to join a high-profile health charity at an exciting time in its development, and to help grow its fundraising income from a relatively low base. It is the perfect role for an ambitious self-starter who wants to prove themselves as part of a dynamic Senior Management team. If you’re a seasoned, senior fundraiser with exceptional communication and relationship building skills and proven track record of meeting targets, who relishes the challenge of building fundraising from the ground up, we’d love to hear from you!


The recruitment campaign for the role of Fundraising Manager is being managed exclusively on behalf of Arthritis Ireland by specialist, not-for-profit sector, recruitment consultancy CCI Executive Search. If you would like to find out more about this role, please email [email protected] to request the full information pack prior to making your application.

Closing Date: 12pm on Friday, 23rd October 2020