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  • Job Title: Community & Corporate Fundraiser, Wales
  • Department: Fundraising and Communications
  • Reports to: Director of Fundraising and Communications
  • Hours: Part time, 21 hours per week
  • Salary: £25-£28k pro rata
  • Location: Home based, Wales, South Wales, although the post has an all-Wales remit
  • Closing Date: Midnight, 22nd August 2017

Shine seeks an experienced Community & Corporate Fundraiser to raise income to help to develop and grow our work in Wales.


Home-based in South Wales (with an all-Wales remit) and reporting to the Director of Fundraising and Communications in HQ Peterborough, you will develop income across your designated area from the Community at large. You will be supported by staff based in Peterborough and work closely with other fundraisers in the field across England, Wales and Northern Ireland and support staff in Wales.

You will grow income through ethical, legal and relational fundraising methods.

You will have at least two year’s experience in fundraising. You will be proactive, and be able to network and secure face to face meetings as a rule in order to pitch and engage supporters. You will also build long term relationships with the stakeholders you manage.

Using Raiser’s Edge and Salesforce you will manage prospects and donors and develop pipelines in order to deliver income.  

You will be given specific targets to raise for core services as well as to secure funding for special projects, and will work across all avenues of fundraising (community; corporate etc..) to achieve this.

Shine’s USP are ten virtual balloon races a year. A small sales team based in Peterborough generate £840K per year garnered from a high number and wide range of companies. In order to enhance and maximise income, you will work with the sales team leader, in cross selling products and engaging staff within companies based in your area with the long term aim of securing Corporate Agreements with companies with synergy and CSR policies in line with Shine and the cause.  

The role will be challenging and you will be given the tools and support to succeed. This is an exciting role and one in which you will be able to thrive and develop your career. There will be opportunities to travel throughout your area as you develop income, working with fundraisers in the field and services staff. You will be expected to visit HQ for team meetings.

Shine is a Disability Confident employer and will offer guaranteed interviews if a disabled applicant meets the minimum criteria for the job.  

To apply, please send your CV with a covering letter outlining why you are suited to this role, and your completed equal opportunities form to recruitment@shinecharity.org.uk by the closing date.

Shine welcomes applications irrespective of disability, creed, age, ethnic origin, gender or sexuality. 

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