Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Become a Development Officer!

Are you looking to broaden your fundraising experience?  Do you have the enthusiasm and drive to identify and create new opportunities to engage with Trust, Government and Corporate partners building successful partnerships?  If so, this could be the role for you.
YouthNet are looking for a Development Officer to work across our fundraising streams. This is an ideal role for someone with some experience in trusts or corporate fundraising who is looking to broaden their understanding of other fundraising areas. They’re looking for someone who has the flexibility to adapt and respond to a changing external environment and someone who is excited about a diverse role.
You’ll be responsible for achieving annual income targets by supporting the development of new and existing relationships with trust, government and corporate funders from researching potential new funders through to account management.
It’s a really exciting time to join YouthNet’s Development team. They have a unique mix of propositions for government and trusts and a successful Corporate and Events team who have recently been awarded their first ‘Charity of the Year’ and secured a new multi-year strategic partnership. In 2013, YouthNet will also be the official charity partners for the Virgin London Marathon in partnership with Age UK.
Joining this small, dynamic team will give you the opportunity to take on a diverse role and see how your work has a direct and significant impact on the organisation and the young people they support. You’ll be part of an organisation that fosters creativity, encourages staff to take responsibility and ownership and champions personal development.

For more information, read the job description for the Development Officer.
To apply, you’ll send your CV and a supporting statement to workforus@youthnet.org.  The statement should outline your relevant skills and experience for the role, as well as why you would like to work for YouthNet.

Deadline: Wednesday 14th November

Source: YouthNet

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