Fundraising Manager 3 days a week 21 hours £32,000 – £35,000 pro rata plus performance related bonus
Since 1701 the Sephardi Community has been a key component of British Jewish Community life. Today it is just as relevant and continuing work carried out by the various activities and services provided by the S&P Sephardi Community require additional voluntary funding.
The community is growing and is ambitious, with exciting plans for the Kahal (Community) , including offering more education, lectures, programmes, cultural exchanges and a packed calendar of social events for all ages and interests; and there is the desire to provide upgraded, accessible and more comfortable facilities.
There is a great desire from both the Rabbinical staff and Trustee Board, supported by the staff, to to reach out to all Sephardim and to preserve, share and celebrate the rich heritage and traditions; ensuring that they can be enjoyed and cherished by all and for generations to come.
A fundraising consultant has been working with the S&P Sephardi Community since early 2016 and has created the framework for continued successful fundraising – especially through Major Donor activity. The new role of Fundraising Manger (part-time) will carry on this work and be responsible for the day to day fundraising activity.
A new CEO is currently undertaking an organisational review and a vibrant and fundraising function is a key component of the plans for the charity. In addition, there is an exciting and unique opportunity to potentially play an important role in the HLF Bevis Marks project.
Duties and Responsibilities:
We are looking for a self-motivated, reliable and responsible individual with good organisational and planning ability and excellent attention to detail and a high degree of accuracy.
Interpersonal skills are essential; particularly good communication, patience and building of trust. A major component of the role will be working with and supporting the Senior Rabbi, Board members, senior volunteers and the CEO in generating income for the charity.