Diabetes Ireland is the national charity dedicated to helping people with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes and their families. Through its professional staff and network of volunteer support groups, Diabetes Ireland provides a wide array of services which covers all aspects of the condition under the key organisation pillars of Education, Support/Care, Awareness and Research.
They are now seeking a tenacious, results-driven Fundraising Manager to join their committed team.
Reporting to the CEO, the Fundraising Manager will develop and implement an annual fundraising plan to maximise income from a variety of sources but with a specific focus on corporate partnerships and major donor engagement.
We are seeking a confident and experienced professional with previous experience in fundraising, sales or business development. Key responsibilities will include researching and identifying potential new partners and donors, developing compelling proposals and pitches and managing all aspects of relationships with key supporters ensuring excellent stewardship.
You will be dynamic, influential and with strong networking skills - an affinity with Diabetes Ireland’s work would be an advantage. You will have a talent for building relationships, communicating impact and inspiring action and you will use those skills to develop long-term funding relationships and strengthen the Diabetes Ireland’s database of donors and supporters.
If you’re a hard-working individual with outstanding communication skills and a demonstrable flair for developing long-term funding relationships with donors, businesses and supporters, we’d love to hear from you!
The recruitment campaign for the role of Fundraising Manager is being managed exclusively on behalf of Diabetes Ireland by non-profit specialist recruitment consultancy Charity Careers Ireland.
If you would like to find out more about this role, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request the full job description and information pack prior to making your application.
Closing Date for Applications
5pm on Friday, 25th January 2019