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FUNDRAISING MANAGER

 

The Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ISPCA) is seeking to recruit a Fundraising Manager to develop and implement an ambitious sustainable strategy to enable the organisation to achieve its long term objectives.
 
 
THE ROLE:

You will be responsible for all of the ISPCA’s fundraising activities including the planning, developing and execution of a clear fundraising vision, raising new long-term sustainable funds through focused fundraising initiatives.

 
 
PERSONAL SPECIFICATION:
 

•   You will have a proven track record in the fundraising arena developing and managing high level donor relationships and meeting or exceeding fundraising targets.

•   A successful track record in the development and delivery of fundraising strategic objectives and business plans.

•   An excellent understanding of fundraising principles and methods.

•   Expertise across a wide spectrum of traditional and digital fundraising initiatives creating and building a fundraising department.

•   The ability to deliver objectives in the context of the ethos and mission of the ISPCA.

•   The ability to multi-task and have excellent organisational and interpersonal skills.

•   The ability to manage relationships appropriately with corporate and individual sponsors.

•   You will have a minimum of five years senior management experience along with a relevant third level qualification.

•   A full clean driver’s licence is necessary.

•   Knowledge of animal welfare issues (desirable).

 
 
Reporting:
 
This position will be reporting to the ISPCA Chief Executive Officer.
 
Whilst the ISPCA has two animal welfare centres located in Longford and Mallow, this position will be based in Dublin.
 
 
Application details:
 
This position is permanent and full-time with a competitive salary plus OTE. 
 
To apply, please submit a current CV and cover letter detailing why you believe you would be suited to this role and email recruitment@ispca.ie Alternatively post to Human Resources, ISPCA Suite 14, Anglesea House, Carysfort Avenue, Blackrock, Co. Dublin. 
 
 
 
The closing date for applications is 5pm on Friday 15th August 2014.