Individual Giving & Legacies Manager
£37,960 per year (for 35 hours)
28-35 hours per week
Home-working/ Letchworth Garden City
The MS Trust is a UK charity that believes that no one should have to manage MS alone. They provide trusted information to help people with MS live the best life possible; train and educate MS health professionals to offer the best care and fund MS nurses in the areas of greatest need.
Since they were established in 1993 their focus has been to ensure people with MS can live life to the full. Last year saw demand for their services and support increase significantly and theyve set themselves a target to help more people than ever in 2021.
Its an exciting time to be joining the MS Trust as they work together to meet this challenge. As well as training MS health professionals and funding new MS specialist nurses and Advanced MS Champions across the UK, they are growing their public information and Enquiry Service, developing their volunteer programme and increasing their focus on involving people living with MS in their work and championing diversity in all that they do.
In this role the successful candidate will maintain and develop the MS Trusts individual giving programme, including targeted appeals, regular giving, in memoriam giving, legacies and payroll giving. You will increase net income by passionately communicating their work, engaging new and existing supporters, inspiring loyalty and enabling the MS Trust to continue to make a real difference for people affected by MS.
This is a great opportunity where you can make your own personal contribution to their challenge, and work with them to make a real difference every day to the lives of the 130,000 people living with multiple sclerosis in the UK.
How to apply
For an informal and confidential discussion about the role, please contact our recruitment partner:
Vikki Park, Principal Consultant, NFP Consulting
T: 07495 259 123
Applications are submitted in the format of CV and Supporting Statement.
Closing date: 10.00am on Monday 10th January 2022
First round of interviews will be held virtually in the week commencing 17th January
A second round of interviews will be held week commencing 24th January