As the new Trust Fundraiser you will join an established and successful team specialising in trusts and grants work. Our dynamic team has fundraised for a range of innovative and transformational projects across the UK to improve the lives of bereaved children and families.

By working closely with our operational colleagues and being involved in project design and development, you will be able to influence the charity’s future work. You will need to turn complex project information into compelling funding proposals using creativity and innovation. By creating focused asks and prioritising funder relationships you will impact on the lives of thousands of bereaved people across the country, many of whom have found their bereavement interrupted and affected by the challenges of Covid-19.

Using your excellent relationship-building and communication skills you will work cross-organisationally with both bereaved people and our staff to maximise opportunities, and work to raise vital funds from family and corporate trusts, government bodies, and lottery funders.

Hours: 37.5 hours per week

Salary: £30,000 - £33,000 per annum

Base: The role has flexibility with home or office working available

Closing Date: 13 December 2021

Interview Date:16 & 17 December 2021 (by Zoom).

Download the full Job Description here.

Applications should be by CV accompanied with a short covering letter, detailing which post you are interested in applying for and how your experience fits the role. NB: Any applicants not submitting a covering letter will not be considered for the post. Please email to Jane Hobart [email protected]dbereavementuk.org

Applications will be reviewed, and interviews offered, on an on-going basis. We reserve the right to close the role prior to the closing date, should a suitable applicant be found, so please submit your application as soon as possible.

Child Bereavement UK recognises the positive value of diversity, promotes equality and challenges discrimination. We welcome and encourage job applications from people of all backgrounds, particularly where we are under-represented, currently, this includes disabled people, LGBTQ+ and those from Black, Asian and minority ethnic groups (BAME).