Fundraising Officer, Membership & Legacies

Salary:
£23,356 - £27,477 per annum, plus London Weighting at £3393, plus pension & benefits
Hours/days:
36 hours per week
Location:
London - King's Cross

Do you love beautiful buildings on ancient sites, telling the story of their local communities in stone and wood and glass?

If your answer is yes then join our fundraising and membership team and help meet the challenge of keeping the doors of our churches open for all to enjoy and to safeguard this heritage for generations to come.

This is an exciting time to join the Trust as we celebrate our 50th anniversary and implement a new strategy to take us forward into the next five years and beyond.

We have a great opportunity for a highly organised, creative and ethusiastic individual to join our team, dealing with legacies and membership development.  

In this role you will be responsible for creating communication plans and materials to attract, cultivate and retain members and donors, and you will  develop and implement annual and long term plans for legacy income generation integrated with existing events, products and campaigns.

In order to be successful in this role you will have an established track record in working in a membership organisation and have delivered successful membership and legacy campaigns.

We are a small team with a large remit who work closely with colleagues and volunteers across the country.  As such there is plenty of opportunity for learning new skills and taking on a wide range of responsibilities as well as working together to manage the day to day administration.

To apply please download a job description and application form.

Fundraising Officer (Membership and Legacies) JD.pdf

Please send your completed application form to recruitment@thecct.org.uk.

Closing date: 12 noon 4 March 2019

Interviews: 13 March 2019
 

The Churches Conservation Trust is an equal opportunities employer.  Registered charity number: 258612

Contact:
Jenny Ringo
Telephone:
0845 303 2760
Email:
recruitment@thecct.org.uk