By working for us you are supporting not just one charity but multiple charity causes, as we represent and train fundraisers, supporting causes throughout the UK and beyond.
The Chief Executive will provide inspirational, modern leadership to the Chartered Institute, shaping strategic plans for growth and development and ensuring these are turned into operational reality and maximum impact across the four nations. To lead a modern organisation with a wide reach in a digital age.
The event producer will be responsible for working with Chartered Institute stakeholders to research, design and curate the programmes for all centrally run conferences, on a broad range of fundraising topics. As the role develops, there will also be the opportunity to take the lead on the logistics of a number of conferences, effectively project-managing the whole event from concept to completion.
The Chartered Institute’s busy events team is responsible for organising a number of centrally run events and conferences, including our flagship event, Fundraising Convention and the National Fundraising Awards. The Chartered Institute’s event portfolio provides a key point of contact with members, as well as being an important source of income for the organisation. The team also manages our National, Regional and Special Interest Groups which are run by volunteers and offer events, networking opportunities, support and training to our members and the wider fundraising community.
Closing Date: 5pm Friday 30 April
Shortlisted candidates will be invited to interview via Zoom towards the end of the week beginning 3 May.
To apply, please email Hannah Laking at Harris Hill firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7820 7331. Please note we are not accepting direct applications
It would not be possible to run our national, regional and special interest groups across the UK without the help of our incredible volunteers, and we’re looking for committed and passionate people to join our team.
We have committed to making our Institute and profession a safe and inclusive one, and our Action Plan highlights a series of actions that we intend to take over the coming months.
We're looking for people to join 2 groups that are vital in our work:
We passionately believe that the development of an equal, diverse and inclusive fundraising community is integral to delivering excellent fundraising. To help us achieve this we need people with all types of skills and from all kinds of backgrounds. It's important to us that our staff bring their skills and knowledge regardless of age, being trans, being married or in a civil partnership, being pregnant, on maternity leave, disability, race including colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion, belief or lack of religion/belief, sex, or sexual orientation.
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