Salary:

£29,500 – £31,000 TBC (depending on experience)

Location: Home-based
Hours: Contract, Full-time 37.5 hours per week
Closing date:  12PM on Tuesday 20th April 2021

About Alexandra Rose Charity

Since 2014 Alexandra Rose Charity (ARC) has pioneered the use of financial incentives to improve access to healthy food and combat food poverty through the development of the Rose Vouchers for Fruit & Veg Project. The Project has grown from two small pilots in London with 45 families, to support over 2,000 families every week in seven areas across the UK – four London Boroughs, Barnsley, Liverpool and our newest project in Glasgow.

Main Purpose of the Role

We’re looking for an experienced, creative Senior Digital Fundraising Officer to join our growing team and lead on the development of digital fundraising to help us achieve our ambitions to grow and scale our work.

In Summer 2019 we published our new Five-Year Strategy for 2020/21 to 2024/25.  This outlined our aim of growing from six projects to twelve by the end of the five years while increasing the number of families we support from 1,400 to 5,000 and growing our income to £1.5 million by 2025. To do this we need to diversify our fundraising mix and we plan to do that by growing our income from individuals and corporates. 

As our Senior Digital Fundraising Officer, you will increase levels of engagement, loyalty and financial support from existing supporters for ARC’s work, finding creative ways to engage and steward them, as well as driving the recruitment of new donors. You will contribute to ARC’s strategic goal to increase annual fundraising income to £1.5m by 2025.

The post holder will be a part of our relatively new Fundraising and Communications Team and report to the Senior Fundraising and Communications Manager.

The post can either be home-based or if preferred from our Brighton office where a number of key staff are based and where the charity’s main office is located. Currently all staff are working remotely. Occasional travel may be required to our projects in London, Liverpool, Barnsley or Glasgow.

The post holder must be comfortable working in collaboration with a small team, partners and stakeholders and have great communication and relationship management skills. A structured approach to work and attention to detail will be essential to help support the growth of the charity over the coming years.

We want our organisation to reflect the diversity of the communities we work in and we welcome applications from people from all backgrounds.

To apply please visit CharityJob and upload your CV and covering letter (no more than two sides of A4) outlining your suitability for the role based on the Job Description and Role Profile.

Applications close at 12:00 on 20th April 2021.