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VacanciesWhenever Haemophilia Scotland is recruiting you will be able to find all the details here.

We are currently recruiting for both an Engagement Officer and a Fundraising Officer.

Engagement Officer

 (12 months fixed term with opportunity to extend, subject to funding)

Are you great with people, good at organising events, and keen to work with a friendly patient charity working across Scotland.

Job Description Summary

As our Engagement Officer you will recruit, retain, and develop our members and volunteers as well as running an exciting and accessible range of events.

Haemophilia Scotland are the Scottish charity for individuals and families with inherited bleeding disorders such as Haemophilia, von Willebrands, other clotting factor deficiencies, and platelet disorders. We provide support, information, and advocacy services throughout Scotland.

Key responsibilities of the post,

  • Organising and delivery the events programme.
  • Keeping in touch with members and responding to their information and support needs.
  • Recruitment, retention, and development of members and volunteers.

Key skills and experience for the post,

  • Running events suitable for all ages.  In particular, family friendly events and events accessible to those with reduced mobility.
  • Confident user of online promotion tools such as wordpress, eventbrite, and mail chimp.
  • Able to enthuse, lead, and listen to members/volunteers, face to face and over the phone.
  • Good attention to detail and highly organised.

The position is based in our Edinburgh office which is open from 9:30 to 5:30 on weekdays. The role involves evening and weekend work for which time in lieu is given.

Salary £17,576 – £24,000 per annum.

Application by CV with covering letter 12 noon Wednesday 3 July 2017 to Dan Farthing on dan@haemophilia.scot

Full Job Description
Engagement Officer Job Description

 

Fundraising Officer

Part Time (22hrs per week)

You are an experienced fundraiser with a proven track record of success looking for a part-time position with a growing charity.

Job Description Summary

As our Fundraising Officer you will play a key role in the development and implementation of the Haemophilia Scotland fundraising strategy, with a view to increasing voluntary income through varied and sustainable funding streams.

Key responsibilities of the post,

  • Identify new opportunities to secure corporate income, devising informed and innovative methods of approach, with the support of the CEO where necessary.
  • Write tailored applications for support, focusing on and highlighting key grant-making priorities and the ways in which Haemophilia Scotland delivers these requirements. Record all actions in the database.
  • Support all community based fundraisers in their fundraising, maintaining encouraging and upbeat contact throughout their journey.

Key skills and experience for the post,

  • An imaginative and creative approach to engaging funders and developing long term sustainable relationships
  • Confident interpersonal skills and a willingness to interact with current/prospective donors, other fundraising professionals and Haemophilia Scotland members/volunteers/colleagues in person.
  • Ability to work collaboratively with colleagues, volunteers and members to engage the wider community in fundraising for/donating to Haemophilia Scotland.

The position is based in our Edinburgh office which is open from 9:30 to 5:30 on weekdays. The role involves some evening and weekend work for which time in lieu is given.

Salary circa £17,576 – £24,000 per annum (£10,546 – £14,400)

Application by CV with covering letter 12 noon Wednesday 10 July 2017 to Dan Farthing on dan@haemophilia.scot

Full Job Description
Fundraising Officer Job Description

 

 

 

 

 

 

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