We’re looking for an enthusiastic fundraising and communications professional to join our team. If you’re proactive, creative, and able to inspire and build positive relationships we’d love to hear from you.
Scottish Cot Death Trust is Scotland’s only charity dedicated to the issue of the sudden and unexpected death of babies and young children. Our key strands of work include support for families, a diverse training programme for professionals across a range of sectors, and research into sudden infant death.
To support our work we are looking for a Fundraising and Communications Officer with a strong track record in income generation and effective communications. Ideally, we’re looking for someone with experience of community fundraising, corporate fundraising such as ‘charity of the year’ partnerships, and digital appeals. However, we’re open to applications from anyone with different experience but with the transferrable skills, energy and attitude to be an exceptional fundraising and communications colleague.
We’re open to applications on a job share basis for either of the distinct parts of the role, with the fundraising element at 21 hours/wk and the communications (including digital appeals) at 14 hours/wk. If you’d like to find out more, or for an informal chat about the role, please contact Lynsey Kidd at firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 18 June 2023
(Tentative) Interview Date: 29th June 2023
Applications should be by CV and must be accompanied with a covering letter of no more than two sides of A4, detailing your interest in the role and why you think your experience, skills and approach would be a strong fit; it would be helpful to provide links to any examples of appeals and/or communications you have created. Please forward your application to Lynsey Kidd at email@example.com