A unique opportunity to positively impact the fundraising capacity of Volunteer Wellington, The Nikau Foundation have generously granted funding to enable Volunteer Wellington to further develop its fundraising capacity. We are now seeking a Fundraiser to develop and implement a regular giving programme to provide a reliable source of income for Volunteer Wellington.
Reporting to the Regional Manager and with the support of the Volunteer Wellington Board, the Fundraiser will:
Develop the case for support for the regular giving programme
Identify from within Volunteer Wellington’s existing stakeholder database prospective donors for the programme
Develop the stewardship framework for the programme
Ensure that systems and tools are in place to enable making a regular donation is the best possible process for donors and donations are processed accurately.
Set up a system for ensuring donor records are maintained in line with relevant legislation and best practice.
Develop communications, collateral and workplan for the launch of the programme
Minimum 3 years’ experience working in a paid fundraising capacity. You will need to demonstrate a good understanding of fundraising principles and practice. Experience in managing or administrating regular giving programmes will be an advantage.
Confidence to make the ask.
Well-developed communication skills – written, oral and listening. You will need to demonstrate the ability to present information in an appropriate and engaging manner.
An understanding of how to use data to inform fundraising strategy and identify prospective donors.
A good organiser with a methodical approach to planning, analysis, presentation of information and an ability to prioritise tasks in order to meet deadlines.
Strong computer literacy, including an understanding of online giving and fundraising databases.
Have a confident and outgoing nature, and enjoy working collaboratively, as well as work effectively independently.
Flexible, adaptable and willingness to meet demands and work to deadlines
Passion for the not- for- profit sector
Full and current driver’s license
Commitment to and an understanding of the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi and bi-culturalism and mult-culturalsim
The successful candidate will be asked to provide evidence of their right to live and work in New Zealand
A unique opportunity to positively impact the fundraising capacity of Volunteer Wellington. Work in a supportive environment with a team who are committed and passionate about what they do and the difference they make to Wellington’s diverse communities. You will have the flexibility to work from home as well as in the office. We are located in desirable premises in Wellington’s CBD.
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