Our client is a charity looking for a Trust Executive to join them to develop a portfolio of existing relationships and nurture and develop new relationships with Trusts and Foundations internationally, via bespoke proposals, feedback reports, telephone or face to face meetings as appropriate, dealing with CEOs, Directors, and Trustees.
To support the management and cultivation of relationships with charity evaluators, large grant makers and institutional donors
To develop key external and internal relationships critical for the achievement of planned objectives with these donors. To take personal responsibility for delivering agreed targets in line with the Trusts team strategy.
- New business development – to research, identify, prioritise and develop plans to engage with Trust prospects in new and challenging global markets (initially Europe and the US), with a focus on those capable of giving at the major and high levels. Working with charity’s’ trustees, CEO and key senior figures as appropriate to cultivate relationships with trust directors and trustees, with the aim of establishing additional high value funding relationships.
You will need the following:
- First class presentation and writing skills, including preparation of proposals, project budgets, reports.
- Excellent communication and people skills.
- Excellent IT skills, including Word and Excel and experience of using fundraising databases.
- Good analytical skills – can prioritise and plan opportunities based on available information
- Capable of relating well to a wide range of people.
- Self-confidence with the ability to take the initiative and work to deadlines.
- Strong listening and negotiating skills
- Language skills would be highly advantageous.
Monday to Friday – 9-5pm – Salary £30000 - £35000 pa
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