BTA (Bruce Tait Associates) are delighted to be working with The ARCHIE Foundation in their search for a Regional Fundraising Manager in both Tayside and Highland.
The ARCHIE Foundation was formed in 2000 in Aberdeen in order to fund the building of the Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital. The charity started with a simple mission – to make the difference for local sick children, providing much-needed extras not already catered for by the NHS. This includes advanced training and equipment, specialist staff, child-friendly environments, and extensive support to families of sick children. The ARCHIE Foundation’s reach now extends across the whole of the north of Scotland and Tayside.
This is your opportunity to work for an inspiring charity that exists to meet the needs of sick children and their families. The charity is recruiting a Tayside Regional Fundraising Manager and a Highland Regional Fundraising Manager to be responsible for achieving fundraising targets set for each region. Both roles will manage the Fundraising Coordinator for that area, and they will work together to generate funds from collection cans, contributions, walk-in donations, community fundraising activities, national campaign partnerships, gift aid and regional corporate activities.
You will be a motivated and innovative fundraiser able to communicate with a range of stakeholders and able to manage multiple projects simultaneously. You will bring a positive attitude and enthusiasm, great local contacts and a professional management style. You’ll build relationships with new and existing supporters and work with the ARCHIE team to maximise and develop fundraising opportunities across your region.
This search is being conducted exclusively on behalf of The ARCHIE Foundation by BTA. If you think this is a perfect match for your values and skills set then please contact [email protected] as soon as possible for further information prior to making your application.
Closing Date: 12 noon, Thursday 27th September
Interview Dates: Wednesday 10th October (Tayside), Thursday 11th October (Highland)