Want a job that makes a real difference?
As a Community Fundraiser, you’ll be the face of Marie Curie in the community. Your role will be to support, develop and inspire volunteers, fundraising groups and supporters to ensure our local fundraising activity is as effective as possible.
Primarily covering Dumfries & Galloway and Lanarkshire this will involve engagement with community groups, corporates, fundraising groups and through in-memory giving, and working with those groups and individuals to help Marie Curie grow its fundraising income and local profile.
The nature of fundraising activity requires flexibility and in return for your commitment to evening and weekend work, we will strive to help you enjoy a strong work life balance.
The role will involve lots of travel therefore you should have a full UK driver’s license and access to a vehicle (business insurance will be required).
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For more information or an informal chat please contact our Deputy Head of Fundraising, Elma Mitchell on 07798 638151
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