40 hours per week
£28k - £32k pa (depending on experience) plus Performance Related Pay
Salary based pay with 28 days holiday
Unicef UK has an exciting opportunity for a South-West Regional Manager to be part of global team of humanitarians, influencers and fundraisers on the ground for children. Whether living under siege in Syria, suffering from life-threatening malnutrition in East Africa, or at risk of deadly but preventable diseases like polio and malaria, we are there for children in danger in more than 190 countries.
Unicef UK are the world’s leading organisation working for children. We ensure more of the world’s children are fed, vaccinated, educated and protected than anyone else. We’ve done more to influence laws and policies to help protect children than any other organisations. We get things done.
As part of our successful and growing in-house fundraising campaign, we want you to play your part in making a safer world for children.
As the South-West Regional Manager you’ll be working as part of our growing in-house fundraising programme overseeing our established Bristol Team with potential to expand into other regions. Working with the National Deputy Fundraising Manager and National In-House Manager, you’ll be helping us recruit high quality regular supporters for Unicef UK that can make a lasting difference for children around the world.
You’ll be driving industry-leading results whilst maintaining a supporter focused fundraising culture, by monitoring and supporting the performance of the Brighton and London street fundraising teams. You’ll also be supporting the recruitment and development of fundraisers and team leaders through training and coaching and have ultimate responsibility for all aspects of the South-West regional operation, including site management and logistics.
This is a hands-on role primarily based in the field with your fundraising teams. Initially you’ll be working with two teams with a remit to grow and expand the South-West region, supporting your teams by fundraising alongside them, conducting regular one-to-ones and deputising for team leaders when required.
DESIRABLE BUT NOT ESSENTIAL