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St Pauls Advice Centre

Friendly, local and here to help

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Fundraising and Development Manager

Are you passionate about people’s rights? Do you want to be part of a team fighting poverty and injustice by providing free, community-based advice and support services? Are you an experienced fundraiser with a strong track record in securing funding from Trusts and Foundations and other sources?

With people’s welfare and wellbeing being in the spotlight in the wake of the pandemic and the need for our services never greater, this is an exciting time to join our small, friendly and dynamic team. We are busy working towards achieving objectives set out in our five year strategic plan and are looking for someone who shares our values to help us achieve our ambitious goals.

St Pauls Advice Centre (SPAC) is one of Bristol’s longest-established charities. Our experienced team helps our local community access justice by providing free, professional legal advice on social welfare law issues. Community leaders created the advice centre in the 1970s to support local people, recognising the difficulties that many in the community were experiencing accessing their rights, understanding their obligations and navigating complex systems and processes. Many of our clients are vulnerable, marginalised and disenfranchised.

The purpose of the role is to lead the growth and diversification of St Pauls Advice Centres’ income and assist in the development of new projects in order to achieve our strategic objectives. You will be working closely with the Executive Director and Finance Manager.

We describe St Pauls Advice Centre as friendly, local and here to help – if that sounds like you too, we look forward to receiving your application

We are proud of our accreditation as a Living Wage employer and we offer flexible working and a generous benefits package:

Contract terms:
> Working hours: 35 hours per week (28 hours per week is optional alternative subject to negotiation)

> Permanent contract

We offer a generous benefits package:
> Salary: £30,451

> Annual Leave: 30 days per year

> Extra 3 days annual leave between Christmas & New Year (office closure)

> Qualifying Workplace Pension Scheme: 5% employers contribution

Please read the Guidance Notes for Candidates before completing the:
> Personal Information Form (red), and

> Competency Application Form (green), and

> Equal Opportunities form (yellow).

Follow the links below to download information relevant to this vacancy. The application forms are located in the Application Forms Pack. Please ensure you have an up to date copy of Adobe Reader Get Adobe Reader

For each form please save a copy to your computer or device before you begin to complete. As you complete the forms, please save these regularly. Please refer to the ‘read me’ file for more information or if you encounter problems. Once completed either:

> Send all three completed forms as email attachments to: enquiry@stpaulsadvice.org.uk, or

> Print all three completed forms and post them to: St Pauls Advice Centre, 146 Grosvenor Road, Bristol, BS2 8YA.

No CV’s or agencies please.

Closing Date: Monday 2nd August 2021 at midday
Interview Dates: Wednesday 18th or Thursday 19th August 2021 (In person or Virtual interviews can be offered)


Fundraising & Development Manager Job Description

Fundraising & Development Manager Person Specification

Right to work

Application forms can be downloaded by clicking the link below: (You will need to extract the files and save them to your computer)

Fundraising and Development Manager Application Forms Pack

READ ME – completing pdf forms

If you are unable to use Adobe Reader or other pdf reader software, an alternative is to use Google Drive. You will need to have a Google or gmail account to do this. 1. Download Forms Pack as above. 2. Log into your google account. 3. Open Drive (from Google apps menu – top right). 4. Click ‘New’ and then ‘File Upload’. 5. Select relevant file from the forms pack you saved earlier, which will then be displayed in your browser. 6. Select ‘open with’ (top centre of window) – Google will give you some options, select Lumin pdf. 7. Follow instructions and agree to a number of permissions (if you have not used Lumin pdf before). 8. File opens and you can begin complete. 9. N.B. Regularly save to your desktop or other folder on your computer.

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