We are currently looking for a Fundraising (Level 3) apprentice
This is a brand new position and a great opportunity to learn all aspects of fundraising and communication within a small, passionate and dedicated team of staff and volunteers. We are looking for a young person, ideally qualified to A level to join our growing charity.
You will work closely with the Head of Fundraising and Communication, Chief Executive, Volunteer Coordinator and the Trusts and Corporates Officer (Volunteer) to support the many and varied objectives of the charity. Key, will be to support the fundraising target for the opening of a major new Refurbishment Centre in the Midlands during 2022.
This role will include considerable contact with churches and Christian supporters, as well as attending volunteer and staff prayer times, so the successful candidate will need to be in sympathy with the Christian faith and comfortable sharing in the spiritual life of the charity.
We are committed to supporting the apprentice and ensuring they complete their apprenticeship with a recognised qualification from the Chartered Institute of Fundraising. The apprenticeship will last around 18 months with a start date of May 2021 and formal training provided by an outside trainer from the beginning of September 2021.
Our intention will be to employ the apprentice at the end of their course if qualifications have been achieved and they have proven themselves to be a valuable member of the team.
This is a great opportunity to join our team at a very exciting period of growth.
If you are interested please download:
Application form (Some of the questions may not be relevant and if possible the employer reference should be replaced with a church leader)
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Please complete the application form and send with a covering letter/email which includes details of any current church and volunteering roles. Return to Mike Griffin, Chief Executive. If you have any questions, please feel free to ring and ask.