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Fundraising and Marketing Manager

Trees for Life is a rapidly expanding environmental charity restoring the Caledonian Forest of Scotland, working from its main office in Findhorn on the Moray coast and its conservation estate at Dundreggan in the Highlands. 

We are seeking a creative and inspiring Fundraising and Marketing Manager to lead a committed and highly motivated team who work on generating income from trusts, corporates and individuals while also effectively communicating the work of the charity.

The post-holder will have individual responsibility for growing income from individuals through donations, membership and legacies.  We are looking for someone with the creativity, ambition and tenacity to increase our membership tenfold in five years.

The successful candidate will have experience of fundraising and/or sales through individuals ideally in a small/medium sized organisation. A proven track record of success in this will be essential as well as the ability to empower and support the wider team. 

Applications from people who may be wishing to apply transferable skills from a different sector to this role or from those wanting to enable an organisation undergoing a period of intensive change and development to achieve its potential by achieving challenging income targets would be especially welcome.

Salary: E (c£30,000 - £34,000) new staff normally begin at the bottom of the grade

Location: Findhorn, Moray

Hours: Full time (35 hours per week)

Contract: Permanent

To apply, please download our Application Pack (below).

Applications in the form of a maximum three page cover letter outlining your motivation for applying, what you can bring to the role and your expectations of the job with a two page CV should be returned to with the title of the post in the subject field by 9am on Monday 9th July 2018. Interviews will be held at our Findhorn office on Monday 16th July.

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