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160 Dundee Street, EH11 1DQ
£27,055.26 - £29,951.09 per year
Contract Type:
Position Type:
Full Time
35 hours per week

This position has expired.

Contract: 1 position, permanent – 35 hours per week

A fantastic opportunity has become available within the fundraising function of Alzheimer Scotland to work as part of the Stakeholder Engagement team to deliver significant income from a variety of different income streams and sustain our mission to ensure nobody faces dementia alone.  

The appointment is home based. There will be a requirement to attend office premises, as well as a requirement for attendance over several locations from time to time for specific purposes, as directed.

The Stakeholder Engagement Coordinator will report to a Lead of Stakeholder Engagement but will have specific responsibilities to deliver on key projects areas. This is a portfolio fundraising role, so you will be comfortable with working across different fundraising disciplines such as, but not exclusive to: corporate partnerships, events, major donors, digital and community fundraising. Experience of all these disciplines is not essential – we are looking for people with transferable skills who can learn quickly and work on projects with teams from other parts of the organisation.

Whilst the role will support all income streams associated with the team, we are particularly keen to hear from anyone who has prior experience in delivering successful corporate account management, events experience or developing and delivering a network of high value/profile individuals, to bolster these areas of interest for the charity.

At Alzheimer Scotland, we believe no monetary ask should be made, until a meaningful supportive relationship is established, and so your fundraising experience will be stretched to new limits to ensure all fundraising engagement activity leads with a story, along with an emotive and meaningful exchange. You will understand the need to move away from  transactional fundraising, and be able to help us secure and develop supporter led strategic partnerships, whilst supporting the overall team to embed this approach throughout the organisation, particularly amongst our locality colleagues.

You’ll have a naturally optimistic personality, with a can-do attitude, and will be able to demonstrate results, whilst thriving within a fast-paced, varied environment. You will be comfortable working independently, a self-starter, who enjoys creative thinking and building meaningful relationships. Successful applicants will have a positive approach to dementia, along with excellent communication skills and a caring attitude. A willingness to learn and participate in training, will also be expected.

For a full job description, person specification and to apply, please visit the Alzheimer Scotland website

The successful candidate for this post will be subject to a criminal check through Disclosure Scotland.

Interview date – Wednesday 7 July via Teams

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