Research and Logistics Officer

Job details

  • Position: 37.5 hours per week full-time (up to 80% FTE considered)
  • Salary: £25,650-£27,210 (depending on experience)
  • Closing date: Monday 4 July, 2022
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With CBM you can help reach the world’s forgotten people.

Too many people face poverty and isolation, denied the chance to go to school or earn and living, just because they have a disability. CBM works in the world’s poorest places to prevent blindness, improve health and transform the lives of people with disabilities.

With 45 UK staff we’re currently raising £9m each year; as part of a Global Federation we’re working in 48 countries. This is a truly exciting time to join us at the start of our ambitious new ‘Breaking Barriers’ strategy, as we fight to end the cycle of poverty and disability.

This is an exciting time at CBM UK, as we continue to grow and develop our philanthropic fundraising. To help us achieve our ambitious long-term goals we are looking for a passionate, energetic individual to be part of our Philanthropy & Partnerships Team.  

This vital role will work alongside the Head of Philanthropy & Partnerships and our Senior Officer for Trusts & Foundations. You’ll be joining us as we look to build our philanthropic partnerships over the next five years and beyond.

You will be involved in identifying and researching new donors and cultivating relationships with legacy prospects, major donors, trusts and foundations, contributing to an annual income of around £9m. You’ll be part of a dynamic & highly skilled Fundraising and Communications team of 20, dedicated to inspiring people in the UK to help transform lives in some of the world’s poorest places.

The important role will identify new high-level donors, as well as developing our existing relationships with our wonderful and generous supporters. Working closely with the Head of Philanthropy & Partnerships, the Research and Logistics Officer has a focus on the delivery of our relational approach to our major donor & trust portfolio and legacy fundraising programme.

You will also have a key role in researching prospective donors, as well as organising online and face to face events programme.

How to apply

We encourage those who may be interested in the position to initially contact us for an informal chat, as we’d love to tell you more about this exciting role, to answer any questions and to find out a little more about you.

Please email recruitment@cbmuk.org.uk or call us on 01223 484700.

You can download an application form and Recruitment Pack through the buttons on this page.

Job details

  • Position: 37.5 hours per week full-time (up to 80% FTE considered)
  • Salary: £25,650-£27,210 (depending on experience)
  • Closing date: Monday 4 July, 2022
Apply now Download recruitment pack

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