Senior Fundraising Officer
GlitchRemote working15 days ago
Glitch is a UK-based charity recognised internationally for working to make the online space safe for all, by raising awareness of online abuse and its impact through an intersectional lens. Glitch campaigns for long-term and systematic change from both tech companies and governments. We champion digital citizenship by delivering a range of resources and workshops on digital citizenship, digital self-care and online safety. Glitch was founded in 2017 by Seyi Akiwowo, a former politician and Digital Leader of The Year 2019.
Salary: £26,000–£28,000 pro-rata (4 days a week), depending on experience. We're open to discussing flexible arrangements that would give you a work-life balance. Please note Glitch is a 4-day (28 hours) a week organisation.
Employment type: Fixed term contract 12 months - to start from March (extension subject to funding)
Duration: 12 months (3 months probation)
With our ambitious plans taking shape, it’s a very exciting time to join Glitch. You’ll be part of an organisation with national and international acclaim, helping support us in our future developments towards a safe internet for all.
The Senior Fundraising Officer is a pivotal role in Glitch’s future proofing plans and ambitious growth, leading on the development and implementation of Glitch’s fundraising strategy and operational plan to secure funding for programme work and organisational core costs.
This person will play a significant role in establishing Glitch as a sustainable charity. This role would suit someone able to think strategically, both for fundraising development and its interconnection with the Glitch’s objectives, with excellent interpersonal skills. The ideal candidate is highly skilled in producing concise and creative funding proposals and reports in a start-up or small charity environment. Glitch is an ambitious charity that is developing and growing. We’re looking for somebody innovative, agile, proactive, extremely strong on processes and systems and open to develop and learn with the organisation.
The Senior Fundraising Officer should have an understanding and passion for intersectional feminist values and be deeply committed to diversity and equality in society.
To download the application pack please visit the Glitch website: https://fixtheglitch.org/jobs/
Please send your applications to email@example.com no later than 11.59pm on Sunday 7th February 2021 with:
1. A CV (no more than 2 pages)
2. A one-page cover letter outlining how you fit the criteria outlined above
3. Answers to the 3 short questions which can be found in the application pack
Please note, late applications will not be accepted and unfortunately, we are unable to answer questions about the role before the interview.
Please only apply if you have the right to work in the UK.
For successful applications, the first round of interviews will take place on Monday 15th February. The second round of interviews with a short interview task will take place on Wednesday 17th February.