Fundraising Officer

Have you got a flair and proven track record in fundraising? 

Do you enjoy engaging with supporters and developing fundraising from individuals, trusts, events and community fundraising? 

Do you want to have an impact and make a real difference to people living with HIV? 

Brigstowe are looking for someone who wants to be at the heart of engaging with supporters and developing our fundraising income. If this is you, your energy and a proactive and creative way of working will help build relationships with existing and new donors. This is an exciting time to join the Brigstowe team which is expanding following successful bids.  Our 25th anniversary is in September 2021, so this a great time to join us and help us to develop our plans to mark this milestone. 

The successful candidate will have a proven track record in fundraising at a community and corporate level with experience in writing applications to charitable trusts and foundations. You will be able to demonstrate experience of successful stewardship resulting in a growth in support from donors. You will be able to maintain long standing and rewarding relationships. 

Brigstowe is committed to reducing inequality, valuing diversity and enabling inclusion. We welcome applications from people with the appropriate skills from all parts of the community 

You will receive: 

  • Generous annual leave entitlement 
  • 6% contribution to your pension 
  • Ongoing training and development opportunities 
  • Regular one-to-one supervision. 

You will join a collaborative, supportive, motivated and dynamic team. 

About Brigstowe 

Brigstowe are a Bristol based HIV support charity. We support people living with HIV and other long term health conditions in Bristol and the surrounding areas and have been doing so for nearly 25 years. Brisgtowe’s vision is a world in which people living with HIV live long and healthy lives, free from poverty, stigma, prejudice and discrimination. Brigstowe’s mission is to enhance the quality of life for people living with HIV. 

Salary: £23080 – £24982 pro rata. Pt 14-18 on the NJC Scale 

Hours: 21 hours per week. Hours may include weekend and evening work  (Full-time role is possible for candidates with admin & finance experience if preferred).

Contract: Permanent 

Closing date: 9am on Thursday 14th January 2021 

Interview date: Friday 22nd January 2021 by Zoom 

If you would like more information on this role, please get in touch.

Please note that early in January we will be advertising for a part-time Admin & Finance Assistant.  If you would prefer to work full-time and also have the necessary admin and finance skills then we can consider appointing the successful candidate to a combined full-time role. 

Please submit your CV, with a covering letter outlining your reasons for applying and how your skills and experience fit the person specification. All applications will be scored using the person specification and therefore applicants who submit a relevant covering letter are more likely to be offered an interview. 

In addition, please complete our Required Information Form and Equal Opportunities Form. Please send your CV, covering letter and the other forms to