Regional Fundraiser – South East

Home-based position with frequent travel around SE England

£27.5k per annum plus benefits – 37.5 hours per week

Macular disease is the main cause of sight loss in the UK today. We would like to recruit a dynamic Regional Fundraiser – South East with the energy, enthusiasm and experience to realise our ambitious goals to increase our income in order to move closer to a cure for macular disease.

This role will work closely with the Community and Events Fundraising Manager and the Challenge Events Officer to ensure the growth of community income.

About you

You will have at least 2 years’ experience in a community fundraising role, and a good understanding of raising income from community and challenge events. Ideally, you will also have experience of income planning and analysis in order to help predict income across your audiences.

You will be committed to the highest level of donor care to all community relationships in your region. You will have strong written and oral skills and be able to work independently under your own initiative, and cooperatively as part of the fundraising team. You will have a strategic attitude to approaching various community audiences in order to maximise income generation.

You must be a qualified driver and have access to a car. You may be required to work outside of normal working hours, for which you will receive time off in lieu.

You will research, and liaise with, key regional audiences to identify and recruit new and potential supporters to encourage third-party community fundraising events, in order to hit agreed income targets in your region. You will also identify and recruit new and potential challenge eventers and encourage them to sign up to our series of challenge events.

You will be resilient, resourceful and flexible. A knowledge of low vision would be helpful and a working knowledge of a charity CRM database would be advantageous.

This role is subject to an enhanced DRB check.

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To apply: Please read the job description carefully then email your CV and a covering letter explaining why you are interested in this role to 

Further information: contact Susie McCallum on 07816 917137 or email

Closing date: 30 December 2018 

Interviews: 14 and 15 January 2019, at the Andover office


Database Administrator 

£24k to £28k Permanent - 37.5 hours a week

Based Andover, Hampshire 

Reporting to the database manager, the successful applicant will work within the database team developing processes, programs and reports to support the growth of the Society and our CRM database (CARE).

Applicants must have a minimum 3 years’ programming experience including SQL programming and query writing and previous experience of CRM databases and database administration including data selection, data import and export, update and report writing.  Experience of SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS), job automation tools and data segmentation using complex selection criteria is desirable.

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To apply: please email your CV with a covering letter explaining why this role interests you and what you would bring to it to: 

Please address any questions to: Marion Wilson or James Price on 01264 321 980 

Closing date: Monday 31 December 2018 at mid-night

Interviews: Wednesday 16 January and Thursday 17 January 2019 at the Andover Office