Fundraising Projects Officer

Contract: 37.5 hours per week (fixed term contract - 18 months)
Salary: £27,000
Location: Fair Havens (with travel between hospice sites as required)
Closing Date: Apr 13, 2022

We are currently recruiting a Fundraising Projects Officer to join our established Fundraising Department, to manage and collaborate on a variety of projects for the delivery of Havens Hospices’ Art Trail for 2023, ensuring a high quality of service, events and activities, ensuring success and maximising potential of the project.

The successful applicant will be pivotal in supporting and enabling other colleagues across the Team and organisation in managing various elements of the project.

The successful applicant will be a Hospice employee and may therefore have contact with vulnerable people and carers, they may certainly come into contact with those who are caring for vulnerable people and or their carers. It is necessary to take significant steps to protect the health and safety of our entire community. In order to comply with our duty of care, Havens Hospices require all our staff and volunteers to be fully vaccinated against COVID. Vaccination will be a condition of employment unless a medical evidenced exemption applies.

At Havens Hospices we care for children, young people and adults with complex or incurable conditions. Our specialist Care Teams can support them and their family living throughout illness, death and bereavement, in the comfort of their own home and through our hospice services, Fair Havens and Little Havens.

Although you may not be giving direct care to our families, this role will have a direct effect on our care services.

In return for your expertise and passion, you will receive a competitive salary package and most of all, by making the most of every day you work at Havens Hospices you’ll be helping us continue ‘Making every day count’ for those who need us most.


Full job specification

Key responsibilities:

  1. To work closely with the Projects Manager, other Officers, Managers and Head of Fundraising to contribute to the development and success of the Art Trail in 2023.
  2. To be collectively responsible with other Fundraising colleagues for progress against aims, objectives and targets of the project.
  3. To proactively contribute to our culture of collaborative working in the department by supporting and managing a number of key projects within the Art Trail 2023 programme.
  4. To proactively explore opportunities to enhance activity and income for the project.

Benefits for you:

  • 33 days annual leave (pro-rata) rising to 38 days with length of service (Including Bank Holidays)
  • Salary sacrifice scheme for pension and annual leave purchase
  • Competitive pension schemes and NHS pension for continuing members
  • Learning and Development team committed to personal and professional development, offering a number of education opportunities
  • Life Assurance
  • Employee referral bonus
  • Employee assistance Programme.
  • Wellbeing sessions (monthly)