Beatfreeks is seeking a highly organised, reliable and self-motivated Fundraising Manager to join our team.
In the last few years, we have been successful in becoming a National Portfolio Organisation (NPO) of Arts Council England, and have also attracted nearly £700K from The National Lottery Heritage Fund for our project Don’t Settle. You will support us in making the most of this recent success increasing our impact, driving sustainability and maximising our opportunities for further development.
Alongside developing stellar relationships with our existing funders, we want to drive new opportunities and relationships. We’re seeking someone driven and determined to help grow this side of our work.
The applications deadline is Monday 1st March 2021 at 9am.
Interviews for shortlisted candidates will take place on Monday 8th March 2021 via Zoom with our General Managers, and a Youth Steering Committee member.
We will be sending out interview questions in advance so you can prepare. We don’t want to trip you up, we want to see if you’re truly a good fit for us. Successful applicants may be invited to a second round meet.
For a full job description, please see the dedicated page for this role that is in the careers section of the Beatfreeks website. A link to that page is provided here.
Send a CV (including two references) and brief covering letter or video, explaining why you feel you suit this role and highlighting your relevant experience, to firstname.lastname@example.org, with Fundraising Manager in the subject line.
In order for us to know who is applying for our roles, we ask everyone who applies for positions at Beatfreeks to fill out this equal opportunities form (link provided here), and return it along with your CV and cover letter. This information will be stored separately to your application so that it remains completely anonymous.
The role is due to commence ASAP after the offer has been made, but we can be flexible with the start date depending on prior commitments.