Campaign Manager – Fundraising Events
We are looking for an Event Manager to join our client who are an incredible charity, that does some absolutely amazing work!
They focus on a lung cancer which affects non-smokers. They support those who have lost loved ones to this and raise awareness as well as funds to go into research on the disease.
You will work on their annual fundraising event, which takes place at a major sporting venue, so experience within sporting events will be super useful for this role, and it goes without saying knowledge of the cricket world will also be beneficial.
You are not joining a huge team with endless people to delegate to, you’re joining a close-knit team who all roll their sleeves up and work together.
This position is very hands on, you will be used to end to end event management and you’ll know what to do if things do not quite go to plan (as you will have likely already anticipated them) There will also be some key stakeholder management duties with this position, so a good relationship building skillset is a must.
There are great opportunities to progress what this charity can do when it comes to events. They want to expand their fundraisers beyond cricket games, so you’ll be someone with vision, drive and passion and knows how to make things happen.
This wonderful charity has a workspace in London (Holburn) but there is a very sensible approach to hybrid working. You can be expected to be in the office (or at the cricket ground) around 2 days a week.
In terms of salary, you will be looking at £36,000 – £38,000 depending on your experience as well as other great benefits. Of course, there will be plenty of opportunity to support a great cause!
If you are interested or want to know more, call me, send me a message, DM or e-mail – whatever is easiest. We encourage anyone who feels they are suitable to apply, we love seeing diversity in our applicants. We use specialist technology to ensure there is no gender bias in our adverts.
Every applicant will receive a response. We sometimes make mistakes and miss things from CVs, so you will be given an opportunity to receive feedback and discuss the role in more detail if you feel necessary.