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Fundraising Administration Co-Ordinator

Derian House
Post date
31 December 2019
Closing date
13 January 2020
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An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Fundraising Administration Co-ordinator to join the highly successful fundraising team at Derian House in Chorley.


Derian House provides respite and end of life care to life-limited children and their families, to help make every moment matter. Support is currently offered to over 350 families across the North-West and Cumbria and a large proportion of the £4.3m it costs to run the Hospice annually must be raised through donations and fundraising activity.


The role will provide general administrative and clerical support to the fundraising team at Derian House and be responsible for administration of the donor database. In addition, the candidate will be required to research and support new funding opportunities, support with the implementation and activation of ‘In House events’ and co-ordinate the fundraising volunteers.


The successful candidate will have experience of researching and developing new business opportunities and evidence of a well-developed capability to provide administrative support. They will also have proven ability of administering information databases and proven ability of organisational skills.


For further details about this position or to arrange an informal discussion please contact the Fundraising department on 01257 271271.


The application pack can be found on our website:


Please return completed Application forms to:


Closing date for applications is 9.00am 13th January 2020 Interviews will be held on 24th January 2020


Registered Charity Number 1005165

Derian House is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all qualified candidates regardless of their sex, gender, sexual orientation, race, nationality or national or ethnic origin.


Successful appointment will be subject to a standard disclosure and barring check.

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