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Fundraising Officer

  • Full time or Part time
  • £27,027 – £29,029
  • Paisley
  • Closing 15th April 2024

  • Advertised from 20th March 2024
  • 35hrs per week (part time considered)


Bipolar Scotland has an exciting opportunity for an exceptional candidate to play a key part in the expansion of the organisation and the delivery of our five-year strategy, “A Time to Move Forward”.

We are seeking a driven and adaptable Fundraising Officer to join our small, friendly team. You’ll support the Fundraising Manager to achieve maximum income potential from the full breadth of income streams. You’ll bring the ideas and experience required to build on our portfolio and grow our capacity to deliver transformative support to people living with bipolar across Scotland. The successful candidate will be proactive and able to speak passionately about our cause, quickly establishing new relationships with people from a wide range of backgrounds. You’ll have the drive and determination to go the extra mile to ensure we reach our fundraising target, by engaging new corporate partners or re-energising established community fundraising relationships.

You will have significant experience of working as part of a successful and busy fundraising team in the third sector and be highly productive, with excellent communication and time management skills. Knowledge or experience of working with people who have a mental health condition is not essential but will be helpful in appreciating the context of our work.

We offer a generous annual leave and public holiday entitlement of 37 days in total, plus up to 2 wellbeing days per year, along with flexible working arrangements. The role will be based at our new office in central Paisley, with the opportunity for hybrid working. We welcome applications from candidates who wish to work part-time.

Organisation Profile

Bipolar Scotland is Scotland’s charity for people living with bipolar. Our vision is for a good life for everyone in Scotland who lives with bipolar. We are member led, collaborative, advocates of peer support, focused on equality and rights based. See our website for further information.

Application notes

To apply, please email your cover letter and CV to Marie Tiffoney:

Applications from those with lived experience of a mental health condition are welcomed.

Closing date: Monday 15th April at midday.

Interviews will be held on Thursday 25th April at our office in Paisley.