Job Title: Senior Fundraising Coordinator
Contract type: Fixed term 18 months
Starting date: ASAP
Department: Fundraising
Location: UK, London office or remote. If working remotely, up to 36 days within a 12-month period in the London office may be needed for funder meetings, conferences, training and internal events. Campaign Bootcamp will cover travel, subsistence and accommodation expenses relating to this, within reasonable limits.
Hours of work: 1.0 FTE (equivalent 37.5 hours per week) – weekend and evening work as required
Salary: £24,610 – £29,340 (FTE per year, depending upon experience and location)
Benefits: 5% employer pension contribution, 28 days annual leave plus Bank Holidays and additional closure days in December
Reporting to: Fundraising Manager
Application deadline: 11.30pm on Sunday 12th July

To organise an informal chat about the role, please contact Asma Hussain, Head of Fundraising on [email protected].

Job Purpose:
Meeting income targets
Supporter stewardship
Manage the administration of the Fundraising team
Stakeholder management to further the organisation’s objectives

Job Responsibilities

Meeting income targets:
Researching, writing and submitting applications to new trusts and foundations for four and five-figure bids under £40,000.
Reporting to funders in line with their requirements, including supporting the Fundraising team with narrative and financial updates.
Supporting the Head of Fundraising and Fundraising Manager with diversifying income streams, including through public donations, individual giving and the sale of scholarship places and workshops for NGOs.
Represent the fundraising remit of Campaign Bootcamp at external networking events, sector conferences and funder meetings.

Supporter stewardship:
Managing day-to-day relations with a portfolio of four and five-figure current and prospective foundation donors.
Managing grant awards, including grant agreements, interim reporting, project visits, end of grant reports and budget reconciliations.
Testing and implementing new ways to engage current and new funders as the Fundraising team develops new income streams across trusts, individual giving and online appeals.

Manage the administration of the Fundraising team:
Managing the grant set-up process on Salesforce.
Managing and further developing the relevant administrative infrastructure, including Salesforce.
Ensuring that donations, donor tracking and reporting systems are accurate and that electronic records are up to date.
Contributing to the management of the general fundraising communication channels.

Stakeholder management to further the organisation’s objectives:
Creating content for our public facing channels, e.g. website, newsletters and social media, to raise awareness of Campaign Bootcamp and our funding needs.
Ensuring Salesforce records are accurate and up-to-date so that the Finance and delivery teams have the information they need from the Fundraising team to deliver on grant objectives.
Working with the Training and Programme delivery teams to ensure our applications and reports are as strong as they can be; this includes coordinating and participating in regular catch-ups with delivery teams, project visits and regular communications through in-person/Zoom meetings, emails and via Slack.
Supporting our work to evaluate and improve our programmes.

Work in a sustainable manner with consideration of the natural environment.
External customer service: answer the general Campaign Bootcamp phone via Circleloop and emails relating to fundraising via [email protected]
Any other reasonable tasks as directed by your line manager or Leadership Team
At all times adhere to relevant legislation including GDPR
At all times take personal responsibility for exhibiting behaviours in line with the person specification and the values of Campaign Bootcamp.

Person Specification


Desirable Essential
At least one to two years of fundraising experience in the charity sector
Fundraising experience in either trusts and foundations, individual donors or community fundraising
Stewardship of grants/donations, including meeting with funders, writing reports and working with budgets
Using databases to record and manage funder relationships
Proven track record of building and managing successful funder relationships
Using digital channels to raise awareness, as related to fundraising, including Mailchimp, Facebook and WordPress
Familiarity with cloud based systems like Slack, G-Suite, Salesforce and Zoom
SKILLS Desirable Essential
Communicating with a wide range of stakeholders
Excellent writing skills
Ability to work well under pressure
Ability to prioritise a fast-paced workload and deliver to deadline
Confident working with figures and budgets, with appropriate support
Excellent time management and administrative skills
Researching and prospecting skills, as related to fundraising
BEHAVIOURS Desirable Essential
Flexible and adaptable to change
Being proactive in the face of new challenges
Working well with colleagues dispersed across national offices
Awareness of how systemic injustice operates in our society (things like economic inequality, racism and heterosexism), and excitement about the opportunity to be part of a team that is exploring how best to confront those issues in the workplace and in wider society.


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