SALARY:  £32,000 – £34,000 (depending on experience & pro rata for part-time working)

HOURS OF WORK:  Minimum of 28 hours per week.

LOCATION:  Edinburgh or Glasgow – you can choose the location that works best for you, we operate a hybrid working between office and home with 30% of your time expected in offices. There will be travel required between our office locations on a regular basis and throughout Scotland.

Clan Childlaw is Scotland’s law centre for children and young people. Clan Childlaw is a team and everything that everyone at Clan Childlaw does to deliver our services and keep things running all helps to protect and strengthen children’s rights and improve their lives.

Purpose of the role: 

This new role will be part of the Operations and Development team and will be line managed by the Development and Engagement Manager (post currently being recruited).

You will join an ambitious and supportive organisation. We have a track record of funding success and existing relationships with Scottish Government Funds and Charitable Trusts and Foundations. We have a fundraising strategy in place and a management team and board who all recognise the importance of developing a fundraising culture throughout our organisation.

The Fundraising Manager will manage Clan Childlaw’s existing pipeline of Trusts and Grants, ensuring proposals, applications and impact reports are completed and relationships are developed. The post holder will also be responsible for identifying new opportunities to grow the pipeline by researching and identifying new prospects.

Person Specification: 

Ideally you will have experience of writing compelling funding proposals and managing relationships to secure five-six figure grants and philanthropic gifts. However, while knowledge and experience of fundraising is desirable, we are happy to consider candidates who can bring relevant transferable skills from other sectors such as sales, marketing and business development. If you are an experienced relationship manager with a track record in meeting/exceeding income targets, a commitment to high quality stewardship and a passion for strengthening the rights of children and young people then we encourage you to apply. To find out more about the role please download the full job description here.

Membership of the PVG Scheme is essential for this role and the successful candidate will be required to apply for the scheme and produce an acceptable PVG Scheme Record

How to apply:

If you’d like to apply, please apply via our online portal by clicking ‘Apply Now’. Submit a copy of your CV along with a short cover letter (no more than one page) telling us about how your skills and experience are a match for this role no later than 12pm on Monday 3rd June 2024. Please note: We anonymise applications, therefore please remove your name and personal information from your cover letter. 

We expect interviews to take place week commencing 17th June 2024.

Clan Childlaw is an equal opportunity employer, and we are committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. We welcome and encourage applications from all qualified individuals regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, disability, or any other protected status