Corporate Manager

Posted 10 January by BTA (Bruce Tait Associates)
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BTA (Bruce Tait Associates) are delighted to be working with Scottish Autism in their search for a Corporate Fundraiser (One Year Maternity Leave).

This is a fantastic opportunity if you are ambitious and would like to develop or kick start your fundraising career.

You need not have developed corporate fundraising skills as the post-holder will be supported by the Fundraising Manager, however, you should have strong transferable skills and a willingness to learn.

How would you like to dedicate your professional life to helping people with autism lead meaningful and fulfilling lives and be recognised as valued members of the community?

Scottish Autism does just this for both children and adults across Scotland. You can help them achieve this by becoming their Corporate Fundraiser.

As Corporate Fundraiser you will support and motivate existing corporate supporters and partnerships while pro-actively developing new corporate prospects.

Although you will support corporate donors and corporate events across all of Scotland, support comes mainly from the Central Belt, particularly the West.

Flexibility is required for this role to accommodate occasional evening and weekend working.

If you have one year’s experience in a similar role with donor care or customer relationship management experience, are a team player, self-motivated, positive and outgoing with excellent communication skills then this is the role for you.

You will be trained and mentored by a supportive team and gain vital experience in the foundations of fundraising.

This search is being conducted exclusively on behalf of Scottish Autism by BTA. If you think this is a perfect match for your values and skills set then please contact BTA as soon as possible for further information prior to making your application.

Closing Date: Noon, Friday 1st February 2019

Interview Date: Monday, 11th February 2019

Reference: 36999797

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