Reference: PH26
Salary: £30,083-£34,183 FTE
Closing Date: 17/07/2022
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Fundraising Manager (Supporter Engagement)

Do you want to have the satisfaction of knowing you are contributing to Swindon’s only adult hospice? Use your passion and skills to make a real difference and join a much-loved charity with its huge supporter base and in return you will get that feel-good factor.

We are entering an exciting new era where we must build on our historic success and thrive as we emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic and are seeking a fundraising manager to grow and develop our income.

Hours: 37.5 per week – Monday to Friday (ability to work evenings and weekends is essential).

What is the role?

As a senior member of the fundraising team, you will primarily be responsible for developing beneficial and lasting networks in the community and across the hospice, continually raising the profile of the charity and championing all aspects of our work to generate income that allows us to deliver our vital services. You will lead on longer-term planning relating to fundraising and engagement, as well as delivering supporter relationships, event planning and implementation, managing income streams, pipelines and exceeding income budgets.

A key element of the role will be to take responsibility for external community support and the internal upskilling of colleagues across the organisation on our fundraising approach, messaging and income generation needs.

In addition, you will lead and develop the fundraising community and events team, to ensure the team deliver operational excellence, meet income targets and work collaboratively to deliver on the strategic aims of the fundraising team.

Our ideal candidate will have a proven background in charity fundraising, sales and/or management with experience of leading teams, developing opportunities and influencing stakeholders and have a proven track record of income growth in previous roles. If you have a good understanding of the charity sector, this would be an advantage.

In return, we offer a great range of employee schemes and benefits, including generous annual leave, free parking on-site, on-site café, employee assistance programme, wellbeing team, generous pension scheme, Blue Light Discount Card and so much more!

We are unable to accept CVs so we kindly request that all applicants apply via the green “Apply” button or download the below application form and email to hrdepartment@prospect-hospice.net

Application Form

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Fundraising Manager (Supporter Engagement) – Job Description

What we are looking for:

  • Experience of leading and motivating teams to meet targets
  • Fantastic interpersonal skills with the ability to be engaging
  • Excellent negotiation, influencing and stakeholder management skills
  • Knowledge of fundraising and the voluntary sector
  • Experience of initiating, developing and maintaining strong relationships both externally and internally
  • Excellent communication skills (written, verbal and high quality, bespoke presentations, reports & proposals)
  • High-level digital & social media skills
  • Driver, with a full, current UK driving licence

It would also be great but not essential if you have:

  • Experience of working with the general public – public speaking is an advantage
  • Experience of planning and organising events
  • Experience of recruiting participants/supporters to achieve goals

Equality & Diversity

Prospect Hospice is committed to encouraging a diverse and inclusive working environment. We recognise that promoting diversity and eliminating discrimination in our workplace will bring benefits for our people, our business and the communities we serve.

We welcome applications from all individuals regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, offending background, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.


Prospect Hospice is committed to promoting the wellbeing of all adults and children who use our services, ensuring that they live a life that is free from harm, abuse and neglect. We work in an open and transparent way and encourage staff, volunteers, patients and families to raise any safeguarding concerns.

We will review applications as they come in and therefore we may close the vacancy before the closing date. Candidates are therefore advised to apply early.