Position: Administrator

Hours: 16 hours per week

Salary: £9.91 per hour

Location: Fundraising Office, Jerry Green Dog Rescue, Broughton, North Lincolnshire, DN20 0BJ

Closing date: 29th May 2022

If you would like to apply, please complete an application form and forward to [email protected]

Main Purpose of the Job: As part of the Jerry Green Dog Rescue (JGDR) Fundraising and Supporter Care team you will be responsible for the management of legacy administration objectives: donor management, acquisition and retention, communication and data management.

As the key lead administrator for the legacy programme, you will be able to work to a high standard of case management, be comfortable in dealing with internal and external stakeholders and provide effective and efficient working practices. You will need to be able to present written documentation to an exceptionally high standard including precise record keeping and time compliant reporting.

Key Tasks and Responsibilities

Legacy Administration

  1. To develop a Legacy-Marketing plan which demonstrates and measures activity to achieve required income targets with the Marketing and Digital Lead.
  2. To develop relationships with key supporters to nurture legacy pledges.
  3. To act as the key lead for the ‘Guardian Angel’ free Will service
  4. To keep accurate records of pledges and outstanding legacies.
  5. To develop strong links with local solicitors to both promote JGDR as a beneficiary and to help with initiatives such as Will Week.
  6. To keep abreast of relevant legislation relating to legacies.
  7. To work within targets, budgets and other KPI’s.
  8. To manage stewardship of the JGDR pledger process maintaining comprehensive records. – this may include travel to other JGDR sites.

Promotional

  1. To work with the Marketing and Digital Lead and the Fundraising Manager to increase legacy campaigns.
  2. To work with the Marketing and Digital Lead to develop press releases, social media content and website posts to promote legacies and to generate funds.

Administrative

  1. To work at all times in a way that reflects the values and core principles of JGDR.
  2. To keep informed of best practice in fundraising and of key developments in charity income streams.
  3. To ensure GDPR compliance in all areas of record keeping and working.
  4. To work within the guidelines and codes of practice of the Fundraising Regulator and the Institute of Fundraising.
  5. To work within the framework of local and national legislation on donation and legacy fundraising.
  6. To take responsibility for the administration of all correspondence and communications with legacy administrators and legal teams and to support the fundraising team with any administration duties as required
  7. To take a collaborative approach in working across all areas of fundraising in JGDR.
  8. To provide the Fundraising Manager and Finance Manager with regular updates and written progress reports.
  9. To uphold confidentiality of information at all times.

Fundraising

  1. Organise promotional activities for JGDR.
  2. Represent JGDR at public events, if deemed appropriate and with prior discussion with the line manager
  3. Support the Fundraising department through presentations, meetings and cheque presentations.
  4. Ensure all Fundraising activities operate within best practise and regulatory guidelines and comply with Health and Safety requirements.

General

  1. Required to abide by the Health and Safety policies.
  2. Required to attend mandatory training annually.
  3. Required to respect confidentiality applying to all JGDR areas.
  4. Required to participate in and contribute to team meetings.
  5. Required to co-operate and liaise with departmental colleagues.
  6. Expected to support and encourage harmonious internal and external working relationships.
  7. To support in other activities to support the Organisation

Person Specification Core Competencies

 

 

Essential

Desirable

Qualifications & experience

 

·         Experience of working to a high standard and able to evidence transferable skills

 

 

 

·         Member of Fundraising or Marketing Professional body

·         Professional qualifications (certificate/diploma)

·         Experience of using a range of fundraising researching tools and techniques

 

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

 

·         Minimum 2 years’ relevant administration experience

·         A proven track record of achievement of working within targets/budget

·         Direct experience of preparing high quality written work in a professional environment

·         Excellent planning and organising skills, including the ability to manage and/or support several activities simultaneously

·         Experience of using a range of fundraising researching tools and techniques

·         Excellent IT skills

·         Demonstrable understanding/appreciation of donors and the donor journey

Understanding of the importance of ensuring of good dog welfare

·         Passionate about continuous improvement of the welfare of dogs across the whole organisation and demonstrates vigilance in ensuring the depth and breadth of good dog welfare standards

·         Understands the spirit and intent Dogs in the office

·         Prepared to be trained as a Green Skills Dog handler

Building Profile & Reputation

  • Successful track record of generating income.
  • Excellent communication skills

·         Creative approach for continuous improvement, anticipates and identifies communication problems and find innovative solutions

·         Able to prioritise, plan, review and evaluate work

·         Highly effective Communicator – communicates clearly, and concisely in the most appropriate way, able to work with others towards shared goals

·         Effectively use IT applications appropriate to the role

·         Understands digital technology and social media and its potential to generate support

·         Maintains accurate information 

·         Evidence of communication planning and fundraising Strategy formation

Funding, Finance & Enterprise

·         Ability to understand budgets and projections and summarise financial information accurately

·         Understand funding needs and donor analysis

 

·         Excellent planning and organising skills, including the ability to manage and/or support several activities simultaneously

·         Understand funding needs and donor analysis

 

 

Aptitude/

Behaviours

 

•      Show commitment to the values of Jerry Green Dog Rescue and promote our work.

•      Contribute to, influence and respond to changes in Jerry Green Dog Rescue, sharing knowledge and information to benefit the organisation.

•      Self-motivated – tenacious, with high level of accuracy and good attention to detail. Show commitment to achieving high standards and objectives as well as being well organised – with a demonstrated ability to meet deadlines.

•      Self-awareness – positive attitude and can-do approach, remaining calm in a busy a multitasking environment, working to the priorities to a number of people.

•      Value yourself by taking responsibility for your own professional learning and development and presentation in the work place.

•      Valuing and respecting the contribution of others and welcome constructive feedback and maintain confidentiality.

•      Be prepared to travel to other Centres if the work load dictates

•      Full, UK driving license

 

 

·         Ability to work flexibly