Partnerships And Philanthropy Lead

  • Full time
  • £31,839.36 – £36,000
  • Glasgow office based with flexible working options (Hybrid)
  • Closing 29th May 2024

  • Advertised from 17th April 2024
  • 35 hours per week. Permanent.


MND Scotland is the only charity in Scotland dedicated to directly supporting people with MND, their families, and friends.

Since being founded over forty years ago, MND Scotland has provided practical, financial and emotional support to anyone affected by MND whilst also funding essential research into finding effective treatments and a cure.

MND Scotland is funded entirely by donations and grants. The charity’s patron is Her Royal Highness, the Princess Royal.

We are looking for a highly motivated fundraising manager to join our growing fundraising team as Partnerships and Philanthropy Lead. This role will join us at an exciting time of growth to deliver a successful Partnerships and Philanthropy strategy.

In this role, you will be central to the successful delivery of our ambitious fundraising strategy, using operational and financial planning skills to develop and implement a successful portfolio for giving across Scotland. Working with a mixed audience of Trusts and Corporates, you will lead on delivering first-class supporter experiences through the creation of an innovative and engaging portfolio. You will work with the Head of Fundraising to create the infrastructure required for Partnerships and Philanthropy to thrive, developing, and managing existing relationships, whilst building new opportunities.

As Partnerships and Philanthropy Lead you will be an inspiring leader and play a vital role in driving a step change in high value fundraising, securing multiyear funding, and establishing meaningful relationships in this arena.

You will be an ambassador for MND Scotland, building relationships across the MND community to further our mission to make time count for everyone in Scotland affected by MND.

Application notes

For more information and to apply please visit our website.

Closing date: Wednesday 29th May 2024 at midnight

Interviews: First stage – Wednesday 12th June 2024. Successful candidates will be invited back to a second stage on Tuesday 18th June 2024.

Candidates must have the right to work in the UK and show how they demonstrate this e.g., British citizen/EU Settled Status.