Fundraising Administrator

Zoek Pin Islington, Greater London, England

17297.0000 - 21822.0000

Permanent (Full time)

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Fundraising Administrator**Location: IslingtonDepartment: FundraisingHours: hours (4 days based on full time 36 hours)Location: Expected to work from an office in London at least one day a week.Salary: From £20,474-£21,822, if the candidate lives in London, £17,297-£20598 if live outside London**

This national charity has been supporting disabled children, young people and their families since 1970.

The charity work with children, from birth through to 25 years. Each year they support over 11,800 disabled children and work with about 60 Local Authorities across England.

The organisation is passionate, caring and trusted and their vision is a world in which all disabled children and young people realise their aspirations. They offer support and practical help for families, every step of the way.

About The Role

This is a great opportunity for an experienced Fundraising Administrator to join a friendly, vibrant, exciting and fun team in a great charity, providing a strong sense of achievement in a rewarding role. You’ll be enthusiastic, efficient, friendly and supportive of both the aims of the organisation and your colleagues. Delivering great service to supporters and the public, high quality administrative support to your colleagues, and flexibility to undertake new tasks when needed.

The main purpose of the role of Fundraising administrator is to:

  • Provide effective and efficient administration to colleagues in fundraising and communications functions
  • Deal with donations, donors and enquirers coming into the central fundraising and communications functions
  • Provide additional support on projects as needed by colleagues in the fundraising team, such as event logistics, mailings, marketing etc

About You

The successful candidate will have the following skills:

  • Experience of databases, data entry, exports, reporting and GDPR
  • Delivering excellent customer service through email correspondence and over the telephone
  • Setting up payments and making payments on finance systems
  • Using spreadsheets to collect, sort and report data
  • Arranging meetings, organising diaries and online calendars
  • Working with finance colleagues and other teams internally,
  • Showing a willingness to understand systems and processes, contributing to maintenance and improvement.
  • Working with members of the public from a variety of backgrounds
  • Adaptability to learn and take on new tasks and projects

Closing Date: 06 Dec 2021

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