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Established in 1958, Girls and Boys Town (GBT) is a national nonprofit organisation that runs proven and successful programmes to strengthen vulnerable youth. Through a combination of interventions, we on average, assist between 16 000 to 20 000 beneficiaries a year. GBT core focus is to remove the obstacles and barriers that prevent children from finding their light and helping them to Shine.

Girls and Boys Town seeks to appoint a Fundraising Consultant, to be based in Pinelands Office, Western Cape.

Salary: Basic salary plus attractive commission structure, incentives, medical Aid, pension, life and disability cover benefits

Reports to: Regional Fundraising Manager

This is a permanent position

Responsibilities:

  • Research and identify potential funders and funding opportunities
  • Raise funds as per the targets agreed upon
  • Build sustainable and effective working relationships with donors and sponsors
  • Attend meetings with funders/donors as required
  • Research fundraising opportunities
  • Identify fundraising opportunities and raise awareness of the organisations work
  • Manage information and record the profile and fundraising activity of donors on a database

Requirements:

  • Previous fundraising and sales background / experience necessary
  • Minimum of five years’ work experience
  • Self-motivated and mature
  • Abilities to work independently and within a team environment
  • Creativity, imagination and an entrepreneurial attitude towards fundraising
  • Communication and interpersonal skills · Demonstrate a willingness to learn and update your skills
  • Ability to work under pressure and maintain efficiencies with attention to detail
  • Be multifaceted, adaptive and show initiative
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Computer literacy

To apply,  submit CV and one page motivation letter to [email protected]

Only qualified individuals as listed above will be considered for an interview.

If you do not hear from us within two weeks of your applications submission, deem your application unsuccessful.

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Established in 1958 as Boys Town, the modern Girls and Boys Town helps South African boys, girls and their families overburdened by the weight of life circumstances to choose a positive path to cope - and shine. Over 20 000 vulnerable youth benefit annually from the donor-funded professional therapeutic and support services we deliver through our 10 residential facilities and our SACE accredited parental training programmes offered to educational professionals, communities, schools and families. Our unique SHINE™ programme, proven peer group system and best-practice guidance and support services help our young to build the purpose, values, independence, skill and grit needed to overturn damage and restore light, meaning and purpose in their worlds. Longitudinal research initiated in 2009 tracks the impact of Girls and Boys Town care on the many lives we touch to prove real paybacks to families, communities, society and local and national economies. To learn more and help more vulnerable youth to shine™, visit: www.girlsandboystown.org.za

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0 USD Western Cape CF 3201 Abc road Full Time , 40 hours per week Girls and Boys Town South Africa

Established in 1958, Girls and Boys Town (GBT) is a national nonprofit organisation that runs proven and successful programmes to strengthen vulnerable youth. Through a combination of interventions, we on average, assist between 16 000 to 20 000 beneficiaries a year. GBT core focus is to remove the obstacles and barriers that prevent children from finding their light and helping them to Shine.

Girls and Boys Town seeks to appoint a Fundraising Consultant, to be based in Pinelands Office, Western Cape.

Salary: Basic salary plus attractive commission structure, incentives, medical Aid, pension, life and disability cover benefits

Reports to: Regional Fundraising Manager

This is a permanent position

Responsibilities:

  • Research and identify potential funders and funding opportunities
  • Raise funds as per the targets agreed upon
  • Build sustainable and effective working relationships with donors and sponsors
  • Attend meetings with funders/donors as required
  • Research fundraising opportunities
  • Identify fundraising opportunities and raise awareness of the organisations work
  • Manage information and record the profile and fundraising activity of donors on a database

Requirements:

  • Previous fundraising and sales background / experience necessary
  • Minimum of five years’ work experience
  • Self-motivated and mature
  • Abilities to work independently and within a team environment
  • Creativity, imagination and an entrepreneurial attitude towards fundraising
  • Communication and interpersonal skills · Demonstrate a willingness to learn and update your skills
  • Ability to work under pressure and maintain efficiencies with attention to detail
  • Be multifaceted, adaptive and show initiative
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Computer literacy

To apply,  submit CV and one page motivation letter to [email protected]

Only qualified individuals as listed above will be considered for an interview.

If you do not hear from us within two weeks of your applications submission, deem your application unsuccessful.

2019-06-18

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