We are recruiting an individual with passion and purpose to join our organisation and lead the development of our fundraising strategy, with a focus on building sustainable committed giving income and maximising opportunities for people to engage and support our work.
The Fundraising Development Manager is a new strategic position within the Coeliac Society of Ireland (CSI). The successful person will be responsible for creating, managing, and delivering a comprehensive, innovative, and diversified fundraising strategy to support the vision and goals set out in the Society’s strategic plan, partnering with institutional, corporate, and community partners, high net worth donors, and trusts and foundations.
The Coeliac Society Ireland has a strong and committed board, a small well established and supportive team, and a strong membership base. We are well positioned to scale our impact.
The Fundraising Development Manager will work to significantly increase voluntary income. This is an opportunity to develop a comprehensive and creative fundraising strategy, set budgets in collaboration with the Head of Finance and recruit a team of volunteers to support you. The successful candidate will be an experienced fundraiser who will deliver a donor development strategy to build up a sustainable income base - to include proposition development, campaign development, recruitment, retention, and ongoing communications with all donors across the entire fundraising portfolio.
The Fundraising Development Manager will be expected to expand our partnerships outside the retail sector to take full advantage of other corporate charity partnerships available. The Fundraising Development Manager will also lead out on trust and foundation applications to generate new funding for the Society. They will also be expected to develop a legacy giving strategy in addition to building a strong integrated fundraising element into our national annual events; Coeliac Awareness Week, Eat Well, Live Well in July, Annual Gluten Free Living Show, Annual Christmas Raffle.
This is a full-time position, Monday to Friday. The role will be office based for three days a week initially, with 2 days working from home. Please see job description for full details of requirements.
Email [email protected] with a brief outline of why you believe you are suitable for the position and attach a CV.