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Could you be our next fantastic Fundraising Coordinator?

Could you be our next fantastic Fundraising Coordinator?

Fundraising Coordinator

15 hours per week

£10,077 actual / £25,194 FTE

 

Jobs in Cumbria

Cumbria Alcohol and Drug Advisory Service (CADAS) have an exciting vacancy to lead the development and delivery of our Fundraising strategy.

The Fundraising Coordinator will have a successful track record of campaigns, donations and events and excellent communication and interpersonal skills. They will be innovative and creative in engaging the wider community and generating new income.

They should be passionate about championing the ethos and values of CADAS when it comes to recovery and substance use plus our ABCD approach to supporting our clients, staff and volunteer base.

The role will be countywide and could be based in any of our offices (Barrow, Carlisle, Kendal or Workington) or from home and will include working some evenings and weekends.

CADAS offers some great benefits to employees, including a 6% company pension, 36 days paid holiday (pro-rata) and we are happy to discuss flexible working arrangements such as annualising hours, compressed hours or working e.g. longer hours in term time and less during school holidays.

This is a “regulated” position and you would be required to undertake an enhanced DBS checks.

More information and an application form can be downloaded via the links below.

Fundraising Coordinator Information Sheet

Fundraising Coordinator – Job Description and Person Specification

CADAS Structure (3.3.2022)

CADAS Application for Employment V1 Feb ’21

CADAS Impact Report 2019-2020

CADAS Equality and Diversity monitoring form (updated 20.12.19)

 

Applications should be returned by 9am on Monday the 6th June 2022 to louisem@cadas.co.uk

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"I have enjoyed my first meeting. It is a relief to talk to people who know how you are feeling and to listen to other people"
- Parent, Carer and Family Support Group
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"My support from Collette and CADAS over the last few weeks has been very helpful. I really don’t know how I would have managed without the support”
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