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As the UK’s leading dedicated funder of neurological research, we fund the best science to achieve the greatest impact for people affected by neurological conditions. Do you have the passion and skills we need for you to join our team? We’d love to hear from you – please get in touch.

Current job offer: Challenge Events and Community Fundraising Manager, based in Central London, with regular home working

Salary: £30,000

About us

Brain Research UK is a leading dedicated funder of neurological research, funding the best science to achieve the greatest impact for people affected by neurological conditions, to help them live better, longer.

About the role

This role will suit someone looking to take on their first fundraising manager role. The role has a large amount of project management responsibility and the opportunity to shape challenge events and community fundraising strategy.

About you

This role will suit someone who can roll their sleeves up and get the job done, as well as someone looking to take on a more strategic and project management role to broaden our reach and supporter engagement.  

Working alongside the Head of Fundraising, you will play a crucial role by providing the highest levels of fundraising and support to ensure the provision of seamless, excellent fundraising supporter care and assistance to our supporters.

The two key areas of responsibility are Community Fundraising (in its relative infancy at the charity and needing someone with experience and vision to broaden our reach) and Challenge Events Fundraising(where we are looking to grow an already successful events calendar generating over £600k annually). The successful candidate will need to be a good team player, flexible, hardworking and prepared to play an enthusiastic role in helping the team to deliver an excellent supporter experience and focused on increasing fundraising income. It is envisaged that the role will develop to include line management responsibility.

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Please send your CV and a cover letter to pippa.ball@brainresearchuk.org.uk