Dress for Success Dublin: Fundraising Executive
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Title: Fundraising Executive
Part time position, six months initial contract
Salary: Not Disclosed
About us: Dress for Success Dublin, has been at the forefront of advocating for change and transformation for gender equality at work, for equal pay and driving solutions forward to affect policy changes that better support women at work.
We have been helping women with confidence, connections and skills to empower their progress for more than a decade, and are heading into a new era now, and will be rebranding in the coming months. As part of this, our vision is for even greater impact over the coming years, the organisation is seeking new key partnerships. These partners will help to drive the diversity and inclusion agenda, power our programmes on the ground for women who may find it hard to secure economic independence for a variety of reasons and support the advocacy for greater change in the workplace.
About the Role: We are recruiting a Fundraising Executive to raise more awareness, and substantially increase its supporter base and further grow sustainable sources of income, through ongoing fundraising activity, and longer-term strategic planning and income diversification.
To succeed in this role, the post holder must have extensive previous experience in the management of external stakeholders, particularly corporate partnerships, and a proven ability to work on their own initiative. They will be someone who can think strategically and act tactically to get results, and have excellent verbal, written and digital communication know how. Additionally, the post holder will be self-motivated and passionate about the charity’s purpose and have the ability to raise funds by telling our story.
How to Apply:
To apply, please send your CV and a cover letter, in Word doc format only to
Dress for Success Dublin,
Unit 1, 4 Ellis Quay,
The closing date for applications is Friday 22nd October.
Fundraising Strategic Development Stakeholder Engagement