In the charity sector, CBM are offering a new, exciting full-time Relational Research & Logistics Officer opportunity in our Philanthropy & Partnerships Team, helping to extend CBM’s reach to new supporters and influencers. To achieve this, you will be identifying of a variety of sources, carrying out prospect research and providing valuable insight; helping to organise events, growing support and income by relationship-building and generating long-term support; maximising donor engagement, and maintaining effective stewardship support.
Relational Research & Logistics Officer
We’re offering an exciting full-time Relational Research & Logistics Officer role in CBM’s Philanthropy & Partnerships Team, helping to extend CBM’s reach to new supporters and influencers. To achieve this, you will be identifying of a variety of sources and prospects and providing valuable insight; growing support and income by relationship-building and generating long-term support; maximising donor engagement; and maintaining effective stewardship support.
You’ll bring your creativity, innovation, resourcefulness and analytical skills in carrying out prospect research to identify high-level individual donors, as well as new Trusts and Foundations. With excellent communication skills you will provide effective donor relations cultivation over the telephone, as well as stewardship, taking an active role in the donor journey process. As we develop and align our event strategy you will also help to organise and deliver our fundraising events to a high standard. Working within our Fundraising & Communications department of 19 staff, you’ll be part of a highly-skilled, motivated and fun Philanthropy & Partnerships Team, as well as our Supporter Relations Team.
CBM (Christian Blind Missions) is the largest charity focussed on transforming the lives of people with or at risk of disability in the world’s poorest places, reaching over 30 million people globally each year. Working through local partners and based on Christian values, CBM UK raises £9m annually to tackle poverty, prevent blindness, improve health and support disabled people.
What will success look like?
- Identification of a variety of sources and prospects to aid prospect research on new and existing donors, and provision of valuable insight
- Helping to grow support and income by relationship-building and generating long-term support
- Maximisation of donor engagement by working with senior P&P officers to provide event planning and support
- Maintaining the effective stewardship of existing supporters.
The essentials are; excellent communication, analytical, and organisational skills, creativity and resourcefulness, ability to work proactively and on your own initiative, plus team playing. If this sounds like you, we’d love to hear from you.
Deadline for applications: 9am, Tuesday 1st September. Interviews: Thursday 10th September