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Business Development Officer Full Time

at Leukaemia Care London in London (Published at 05-08-2022)

WE ARE OPEN TO BOTH FULL-TIME AND PART-TIME APPLICATIONS. THIS ROLE MAY BE SUITABLE FOR A JOB SHARE.


WHO WE ARE, AND WHAT WE DO


Leukaemia Care is the UK?s leading leukaemia charity. For over 50 years, we have been dedicated to ensuring that everyone affected receives the best possible diagnosis, information, advice, treatment and support.


We are here for everyone affected by leukaemia and related blood cancer types ? such as myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS) and myeloproliferative neoplasms (MPN).


We provide information, advice and support for anyone affected, this includes patients and their friends and families too. We raise awareness of the issues impacting people affected by leukaemia, MDS and MPN, and campaign to fix them. We are driving early diagnosis, raising public awareness, improving services and ensuring access to effective treatments.


How do we do this? We have a wide-range of services aimed at patients and their loved ones from diagnosis and beyond. Our support services range from nurse-led helplines, support groups and free-of-charge medical information to access to paid counselling, grants for those feeling the financial strain of a diagnosis and providing buddies so people always have somebody to talk to who have experienced something similar to them. We encourage you to have a read of our website and find out all the ways we support from diagnosis and beyond.


Crucial to our work is raising awareness of leukaemia as a blood cancer and the importance for early diagnosis. Leukaemia can be difficult to spot as the symptoms are similar to many other common conditions. Unfortunately, most people are not aware of the signs of leukaemia and this leads to diagnosis being delayed, which can worsen outcomes for patients.


As well as working to educate the general public through our #SpotLeukaemia campaign, we are working closely with our colleagues working in front line medical services to ensure they have the most up-to-date information on diagnosing leukaemia. We know that by raising awareness and working to educate health care professionals, we can save lives and improve outcomes. Mattia explains the importance of this work in this video - Spot Leukaemia simply saved his life.


Report to Fundraising Manager


Work closely with Communications and Fundraising Director, Communications Manager, Fundraising Team


Corporate Partnerships and Fundraising



  • Identify, plan, propose and secure new corporate partnerships



  • Plan and establish a clear purpose for any proposed corporate partnership to raise awareness, develop new revenue streams, access to expert advice, volunteers or buildings and equipment

  • Write and present compelling proposals for any proposed corporate partnerships clearly setting out expectations from both the charity and corporate

  • Account manage any corporate partnerships that are secured

  • Assess the outcome of any corporate partnership secured and delivered

  • Produce progress reports for presentation to the Board of Trustees in line with the agreed format

  • Enter information in a timely, accurate and consistent manner into the Raisers Edge database allowing for reliable reports to be pulled.

  • Evaluate all activity using the Raiser?s Edge database

  • Collate case studies, photographs and information from corporate partnerships for promotion by the Comms Team

  • Work within the Code of Fundraising Conduct as administered by the Fundraising Regulator

  • Comply with all Fundraising Preference Service suppression requests


General
In addition to the specific duties and responsibilities outlined in this job description, all Leukaemia Care employees should be aware of their specific responsibilities towards the following:



  • Uphold the values of the charity and to not behave in a manner that is likely to bring the charity into disrepute.

  • Adhere to all health and safety and fire regulations and to co-operate with the charity in maintaining good standards of health and safety.

  • Demonstrate a commitment to ongoing learning and development and to participate in any training relevant to the role.


This job description is not exhaustive. It acts as a guide and may be amended to meet the changing requirements of the charity at any time after discussion with the post holder.


PERSON SPECIFICATION


Skills/Abilities


Essential:


Excellent networking and relationship manager skills


Excellent communication and presentation skills


Highly creative and able to turn ideas into action


Outstanding writing skills, with the ability to draft a variety of documents


Ability to analyse data from different sources including databases


Self-motivated with the capacity to work on own initiative and as part of a small team


Excellent organisational and time management skills


Able to carry out office administration tasks as part of role


Highly IT literate (MS Office preferable)


Strong telephone skills ? negotiation and understanding skills


Experience of analysing data and producing reports based on findings.


Desirable:


Understanding of relationship databases


Understanding of how to devise and implement an effective corporate fundraising plan


Experience communicating about fundraising and donations


Knowledge and understanding


Essential:


Knowledge of corporate partnerships and fundraising


Financially literate


Desirable:


Understanding of the issues and needs of people with a blood cancer


Qualifications, training and education


Essential:


Degree (2.1 or 1st preferred), relevant professional qualification and/or demonstrable experience


Experience


Essential:


Experience in a fundraising role


Experience of working with both staff and volunteers


Other requirements


Essential:


A good team player ? able to link in and work well with a range of people within the organisation.


Ability to manage own workload


Able to work flexibly to meet the needs of the role with sufficient notice.


High levels of motivation, when working alone or with a team.


Ability to problem solve.


Ability to learn quickly.


Confident, enthusiastic and creative


Desirable:


Comfortable working from home


Contract length: 36 months


Job Types: Full-time, Contract


Salary: £20,000.00 - £26,500.00 per year (pro rata for part time)


Hours: WE ARE OPEN TO BOTH FULL-TIME AND PART-TIME APPLICATIONS. THIS ROLE MAY BE SUITABLE FOR A JOB SHARE.


Work remotely



  • Yes


Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Fixed term contract
Contract length: 36 months
Part-time hours: 30-37.5 per week


Salary: £20,000.00-£26,500.00 per year


Benefits:



  • Casual dress

  • Company pension

  • Cycle to work scheme

  • Life insurance

  • On-site parking

  • Work from home


Schedule:



  • Monday to Friday


Application deadline: 05/09/2022



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