Acorns Children's Hospice Trust offers care to life limited children and support to families across the diverse community groups throughout the West Midlands, Three Counties and in the Black Country.
Please see below for our current vacancies
Interim Database (Donorflex) Analyst (Maternity Cover)
Full time: 37 hours per week
Temporary: 12 month Fixed Term Contract
Up to £31k pa + Benefits
Location:Drakes Court, Wythall
An opportunity has arisen to join our Supporter Services Team on a temporary basis and take responsibility for managing our Donorflex database, producing meaningful analysis reports and training that contributes to the effectiveness of Acorns Fundraising activities.
You will be responsible for devising and defining key insights to improve decision making and management of donor marketing campaigns and strategy. You will have experience in Donorflex databases including writing database queries, and carrying out import and export of data. You will have excellent administrative and organisational skills alongside excellent written and verbal communications skills; you should be proficient with Microsoft packages.
Working from Drakes Court, you will be willing and able to travel and have a flexible approach to working hours.
No Agencies please
Please apply here
Closing date: Monday 20 March 2017
Interviews to be held: Wednesday 5 April 2017
Community Fundraising Manager x 2
Full Time 37 hours per week
Up to £27k + benefits
Role 1 Covering Birmingham & Warwickshire Region
Role 2 Covering Black Country & South Staffs Region
About the role
In the lead up to our 30th Anniversary in 2018, we are looking for an experienced fundraisers to join our community fundraising teams and take responsibility for developing relationships to achieve sustainable income from diverse local communities across the roles regions. You will also be responsible for the line management of the community fundraising officer, administrator and volunteers.
You will have a proven track record of community fundraising including, supporter development and public speaking. You will be able to demonstrate the achievement of fundraising targets. You will also have proven experience of recruiting, managing and motivating teams members, including volunteers.
An understanding of fundraising, marketing, PR principles and fundraising regulations is essential, alongside the commitment and enthusiasm for building internal and external relationships with people who want to support Acorns.
You will be willing and able to travel extensively in and around the roles region and have a flexible approach to working hours.
Please apply here
Closing date: 13 March 2017
Interviews to be held: 23 March 2017 (Birmingham) 24 March 2017 (Black Country)
No agencies please
Can't find your next career?
Can't find the job you're looking for but want to become part of the Acorns family? Become a volunteer.
You may have a skill set beyond your professional skills that would be perfect for Acorns. We rely on volunteers to help in the hospices, shops, head office and of course, helping out in the community at public collections and other fundraising events.