Events Manager

Our Fundraising Team are seeking an experienced Events Manager to join the team

Apply Now

Who we are looking for?

Do you thrive on organising events? Our fundraising team needs an enthusiastic and experienced events specialist with a genuine passion for fundraising. As part of a small team, working with our Community Champion you will be key to organising events in the local community. By developing relationships and creating events in the local community you will be helping us to maximise the financial support the Hospice receives.These funds are vital so we can continue to provide compassionate palliative care services within the local community. 

Ideally you will have:

  • A track record in planning events and managing on-day logistics.
  • Exceptional organisational skills, with experience of managing multiple tasks and prioritising effectively.
  • Experience of managing event budgets, exceeding targets, and strong marketing skills.
  • Experience in achieving fundraising targets, ideally in community fundraising.
  • A good communicator with the ability to build relationships with a variety of people.
  • Excellent interpersonal and team working skills, with an ability to work independently and seize opportunities.

Ideally you will enjoy managing a small team too and will be a motivational team leader able to forge good relationships through teamwork and respect.

Details

  • £31,992 starting salary (Band 6 £31,992 – £38,646 pa through performance related progression)
  • Permanent Full Time 
  • 37.5 hours per week Monday to Friday
  • Hybrid working available – working from home and the hospice
  • Availability to work occasional evenings and weekends 
  • Rural Location (North Chailey BN8 4ED) own transport essential, no public transport
  • Enhanced DBS

What do we provide?

Some of the great benefits of working with us include:

  • Full induction and ongoing training opportunities
  • Performance related pay progression
  • Access to self-development courses such as Growth Mindset, Resilience, Dealing with stressful situations etc.
  • 35 days holiday (27 days holiday + 8 Bank Holidays pro-rata for part-time employees)
  • Enhanced maternity/adoption pay
  • Free BUPA Employee Assistance Programme
  • Free eye tests and special prescription allowance for screen users
  • Generous Pension 5% employer, 3% employee pension – (Option to transfer NHS Pension subject to pension rules)
  • Company sick pay scheme – Well-being is at the heart of everything we do, and it starts with ensuring your own
  • Peer recognition GEM (Go the Extra Mile)
  • Long service awards
  • 20% Staff discount in our charity shops
  • Free tea and coffee
  • Subsidised meals if working in the hospice building
  • Free onsite car parking (hospice and distribution sites only)

How to apply?

If you have any questions about the vacancy please speak to Sarah Colbourne, Head of Fundraising & Marketing: scolbourne@stpjhospice.org

We will shortlist and interview candidates as applications are received, and as such this vacancy may close at any time.