16 January 2024
PET is looking for a part-time, permanent Fundraising Officer to join us for 21 hours per week to contribute to the work of our Fundraising team.
The Fundraising Officer is a critical member of the Fundraising and Communications team, helping PET raise the funds needed to achieve its vision of making every prisoner a learner and every prison a place to learn.
The Fundraising Officer is vital to ensuring PET can raise the funds needed in a challenging fundraising environment.
The role provides administrative support for the team in our work with individual donors and events, and manages a number of relationships with grant making trusts and corporate funders. They contribute to ensuring a best practice approach to PET’s fundraising activities.
We hope you will consider applying for this role. We are committed to building a truly diverse team and are working hard to make equality, diversity and inclusivity part of who we are and everything we do.
We welcome applications from candidates with lived experience of the prison system.
To make an application please follow this SurveyMonkey link.
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Salary: £30,690 per year pro rata (£18,414 for 21 hours per week)
Hours: 21 per week
Reporting to: Head of Fundraising and External Affairs
Closing date: Midday, Monday 29 January
Interviews: Tuesday 6 February or Wednesday 7 February
If you have any questions about the role or application process, please do get in touch with Cassie Edmiston, Head of Fundraising and External Affairs: email@example.com
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