Head of Fundraising – Oxfam Ireland

Location: Dublin

Contract: Permanent

Hours: 36 hours per week

Reference no: HF/19

Closing date: Friday 20th September 2019 at 12.00 noon

The Role

The Head of Fundraising will increase and develop the range of income streams and opportunities for the Irish community to financially support the work of Oxfam Ireland through individual donations, sponsorship, corporate support, events, legacies, grants and trusts.

The successful candidate will have:

  • Demonstrable experience and proven track record in developing, implementing and monitoring an innovative and diverse portfolio of public income generation strategies that have achieved required growth across multiple fundraising streams

  • Experience developing and managing a successful organisational fundraising function by creating the team and environment for ambitious growth.

  • Demonstrable experience of leading a digital first fundraising model and driving positive audience engagement

  • Demonstrable experience of holding accountability for developing, monitoring and reporting on fundraising budgets and KPIs

  • Extensive and demonstrable experience of planning, identifying and utilising market intelligence and supporter insight to achieve fundraising income through data-led decision-making

  • High level planning and project management skills

How to apply

If you would like obtain further information including the duties and responsibilities of the role, please look at our website www.oxfamireland.org/jobs or phone 016727662.

To apply for this position, please email cover letter and CV to IRL-hr @oxfam.org

 

Any offer of employment is subject to receipt of satisfactory references

Oxfam Ireland reserves the right to enhance criteria to facilitate shortlisting

Oxfam Ireland is an equal opportunities employer

Should you be unable to submit your application online and would prefer an alternative method please contact the HR Team on 028 9023 0220 (NI) or 01 672 7662 (ROI)

  • Closing Date for Applications
    Friday 20th September 2019 at 12.00 noon