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PROGRAMME MANAGER – SUPPORTER DEVELOPMENT
Working hours: Full time (35 hours/week) but part-time / flexible working subject to negotiation. Some out of hours working, including weekends, may be required occasionally.
Accountable to: Chief Executive
Location: Office in Bridport, Dorset. Travel across the Jurassic Coast region will be required. Occasional national travel.
Starting salary: £30,000pa
Closing Date: Sun July 16th 2017, 5pm.
Interview date: Interviews will be held Wed July 19th 2017 in Bridport, Dorset. If we want to call you for interview, we will do that on the morning of the 17th July.
Requirements: Please see full information below and send a CV and letter setting out why you want the job and how your meet the person specification, to email@example.com
The Jurassic Coast Trust are looking for a skilled, experienced and passionate fundraiser, with a strong track record in developing the supporter base of non-profits, and a portfolio that included membership, businesses and HNW individuals. We are also looking for this person to be a strong generalist, working with the whole Programme Management Team and contributing to the growth of the organisation across the board, but with one eye always on our supporters.
The Jurassic Coast Trust is crafting a new organisation to respond to its new role of overall management of the Jurassic Coast, England’s natural World Heritage Site. We are working hard to create an organisation that can really deliver on the management of the Site, can achieve our own vision as a charity, and can build a sustainable financial future for the Trust, and for the World Heritage Site itself.
It therefore should be no surprise that we are looking to recruit a Supporter Development expert. A fundraiser, a planner, a lover of data and a powerful interpreter of insights, a skilful communicator and a talented marketer. Someone who can help us hit those challenging income targets and grow our supporter numbers in a meaningful way.
Moreover, we are looking to integrate that expertise into the central operations of our organisation, so while we are looking for an expert, we are also looking for a generalist, hence the job title Programme Manager. We want someone who can take an objective and run with it, develop and manage projects, work collaboratively, deliver outcomes and evaluate progress with insight.
This is a very special and unique job, and as you can see from the Role Profile, we are looking for a very special person. Please do apply and tell us how you could bring us the skills, experience and talent we need.
The Role profile and Person Spec, and Letter are available for download below. Please then send a CV and letter setting out why you want the job and how your meet the person specification, to firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you and thank you for your interest in the Jurassic Coast.
This is a very short turn around – if you have a problem with the interview date, please let us know with your application. This is the second time this post has been advertised, and previous applicants need not apply.
More details of the post are in the following two documents:
Date posted: Sun July 2nd 2017
We are sorry but we cannot always contact all unsuccessful candidates, so if you have not heard from us by the end of the 17th July 2017, please assume that you do not have an interview.
Stepping into Nature – Project Assistant
Are you a highly motivated, exceptional Team Player? … Are you confident promoting & delivering events? …
An exciting opportunity has arisen with our partners – the Dorset Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Team – to help deliver an ambitious project to improve older people’s health and well-being, including those with dementia, through outdoor activities.
They are looking for a highly motivated, enthusiastic individual who is flexible enough to enjoy both outdoor working and fulfilling the admin requirements of this role. You will be responsible for helping to deliver the Big Lottery funded Stepping Into Nature Project (the project will run until March 2020).
You will join the Dorset Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) Team. The role will include promoting and delivering events, assisting with outdoor activity sessions and providing admin support. They are looking for an exceptional team player who can ‘hit the ground running’, although necessary training will be provided.
This position is a fixed term opportunity until 31st March 2020 and is based at County Hall in Dorchester.
This post has a significant travel requirement and you are contractually required to have a vehicle (or transport deemed to be suitable by the County Council) available for use as required.
Please note, previous applicants need not apply.
Interview Date: 26th July 2017
For details click on the link:
For further details or an informal discussion about this vacancy, please contact Sally King, Visitor, Tourism & Access Manager, on 01305 225091 or via email: email@example.com.