Director of Income Generation

Motor Neurone Disease Association
Closing date
Location Hybrid working with a regular presence in Northampton
Position type Permanent
Role Leadership / Strategy
Education Bachelor's
Experience >3 years
Salary Up to GBP 90,000
Benefits See below

Job description

The Motor Neurone Disease (MND) Association is a national membership organisation with a local feel – our 90 branches and groups are run by incredibly dedicated and experienced volunteers who deeply understand and support their local MND community.

We are at a very exciting time as a charity, focused on offering further choice and control for people who have been diagnosed with MND, as well as hope for the future as research advances.  Having grown rapidly in recent years, we now need to build on our success and profile, ensuring we are well positioned for the future and extending our reach.

Our new Director of Income Generation will have a key role to play in this as we seek to continue increased income to support these ambitions. We’re looking for an established senior fundraising leader who will drive the charity’s growth by developing our income generation strategy and programme to maximise returns from a diverse income portfolio to help us grow beyond the c. £30m of fundraised income we currently secure. You will be strategic and ambitious and will bring a successful track record of providing inspirational leadership to multi-functional teams across a portfolio of channels.

A natural relationship builder, you will be adept at engaging with a wide a range of partners, donors and volunteers to create an exceptional supporter experience. Collegiate and driven to succeed, you will work closely with colleagues in the executive leadership team to lead the charity towards continued success.  You will be an inspiring leader, with the ability and confidence to test and learn, showing agility and creativity in your approach. You will be highly engaging and able to adapt your approach to anyone you are working with.

You must be able to demonstrate a real understanding of what motivates people to work or volunteer with us and the complex, often highly challenging and emotive environment we operate in.

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