Community and Voluntary Sector Development Manager with MK Community Foundation

Salary: £22,000 – £25,000 pro rata

Terms: Part time, 30 hours per week (Full time may also be considered)

Location: Central Milton Keynes

Closing Date: 19 September 2015

Interviews: To be held as soon as possible after they have received a successful application. Once they have had a successful interview, they will be closing the vacancy.

Do you want an opportunity to work for a successful and dynamic organisation that:

  • Inspires philanthropy in people and organisations to support local communities
  • Champions the work and changing needs of the voluntary sector
  • Provides long term support through their grant-making and property portfolio

The MK Community Foundation is an independent charity working for and at the heart of Milton Keynes. They connect people and resources to projects and ideas to create positive change and long term solutions for their communities.

They provide vital support to a diverse range of local charities and community groups through their work.

They’ve just had their most successful year ever, putting more than £1.6M into supporting local charities. To take their business forward and achieve their ambitions for 2015 and beyond, they are seeking an exceptional person to join their very busy team and make a significant impact on the growing community of Milton Keynes.

You will work as part of the Programmes team to manage several projects, including the annual Community Car Raffle, Bursary Programme, Voluntary Sector Reception, and Localgiving. You will engage in training sessions with voluntary sector groups and support groups to develop a strong online presence to maximise donations, and to make the most of fundraising opportunities.  You will work alongside the wider team to ensure all targets are met, and will keep records of communications with groups and their progress.

They are seeking a motivated and proactive individual who is passionate about their work and has exceptional communication, interpersonal, organisational and IT skills, as well as energy and empathy towards community needs. You will have excellent IT and written skills with the ability to manage databases, and marketing experience will be an advantage. You will be highly organised, target driven and will embrace and enjoy working in an interesting and fast paced environment. MK Community Foundation look forward to hearing from you if you have the talents, skills and interest in their work to fulfil this role.

(NOTE: Please do not send or include CVs as these will not be accepted).

No agencies please.

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Corporate Fundraising Coordinator with Spinal Injuries Association

Salary: £25,830 per annum + benefits

Terms: Permanent, Full time

Location: Milton Keynes

Closing Date: Friday 18 September 2015

Interviews: Wednesday 30 September 2015

Spinal Injuries Association are currently seeking to recruit a Corporate Fundraising Co-ordinator to join their exciting Business Development team and be responsible for coordinating aspects of their corporate fundraising activity.  This includes helping to identify, develop and manage relationships with corporate supporters relevant to the work of SIA services, and co-ordinating our Corporate Partnership Programme and Charity of the Year relationships, which currently includes being the Official Charity of WilliamsF1.

The Spinal Injuries Association (SIA) is a leading national organisation supporting individuals who sustain damage to the spinal cord resulting in paralysis.

Their ideal candidate will have a good background in corporate fundraising (including knowledge of corporate sector CSR issues and practice), will be an effective and persuasive communicator and possess excellent interpersonal, planning, IT and time management skills.

In return they offer you the opportunity to be part of a committed, passionate team and to develop and strengthen national partnerships for a life-changing cause.

Applications not responded to by 25th September 2015 should be considered unsuccessful.

No CVs and no agencies please.

To apply for this post Click here you will be directed to the Charity Jobs website