Community Fundraising Coordinator-Cydlynydd Codi Arian yn y Gymuned

Closing date:
19/08/2019
Interview date:
04/09/2019
Salary:
£27,924 inc. Cardiff weighting
Hours:
35
Location:
Cardiff, Wales
Contract :
Permanent

About the role

It’s a really exciting time to be in the Community and Events Fundraising team at Mind. Mental health is firmly on the public’s agenda, and more people than ever want to help Mind be there for everyone with a mental health problem by fundraising for us. We’re looking for a Community Fundraising Coordinator to help the Community & Events Fundraising team deliver income targets and ensure that our fundraisers have an excellent experience when fundraising for Mind, by providing high quality support to them.  

Based in our Cardiff office and reporting to the Senior Community Fundraising Officer for Wales, you will be responsible for delivering a robust supporter communications plan to our fundraisers who have chosen to organise their own activity, challenge or event for Mind.  

Closing date: 19th August  

Interviews:  4th September

 

Dyma gyfnod cyffrous iawn i fod yn rhan o dîm Codi Arian - Cymunedol a Digwyddiadau Mind.  Mae iechyd Meddwl yn sicr ar agenda’r cyhoedd, ac mae mwy o bobl nag erioed eisiau gwneud yn siŵr bod Mind ar gael i helpu unrhyw un sydd â phroblem iechyd meddwl trwy godi arian i ni. Rydym ni’n chwilio am Gydlynydd Codi Arian yn y Gymuned i helpu tîm Codi Arian ar gyfer Digwyddiadau a'r Gymuned i gyflawni targedau incwm a sicrhau bod ein codwyr arian yn cael profiad gwerthfawr wrth godi arian i Mind, trwy roi cefnogaeth o ansawdd uchel iddyn nhw.  

Byddwch yn gyfrifol am ddarparu cynllun cyfathrebu cadarn i’n cefnogwyr sy’n codi arian sydd wedi dewis trefnu gweithgaredd, her neu ddigwyddiad eu hunain ar ran Mind. Byddwch wedi eich lleoli yn y swyddfa yng Nghaerdydd ac yn adrodd i Uwch Swyddog Codi Arian yn y Gymuned Cymru. 

Dyddiad cau: 19 Awst 

Cyfweliadau:  4 Medi:

 

 

Mind is committed to equality of opportunity for all staff, and applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.

How to apply

To apply for this post, please complete the documents below and email them to us, stating the vacancy job title and reference number 19-094

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