Do you have a strong track record in charity fundraising and marketing? Do you want to be part of an amazing charity with a committed team of people dedicated to supporting young people and their families? Then this could the role you have been looking for.

The Door is a Christian youth charity, established in 1991 in Stroud, Gloucestershire for the benefit of all young people aged 11 to 25 and their families. It’s a place where every young person and their parents can feel safe, happy and valued, with the best possible opportunity to reach their potential.

We are currently recruiting for a new post of Income Generation & Marketing Director. This is an opportunity to join our Senior Management Team. You would be responsible for preparing and delivering an overall fundraising strategy and meeting its targets, including preparing exceptional funding applications, building relationships with grant-making bodies, corporate funders and other organisations, overseeing our charity shop and developing new funding streams.

You would also develop, implement and own a robust marketing strategy, representing The Door as a brand and suite of services locally, regionally and nationally, and be a charismatic advocate of The Door to current and potential funders.

There is an occupational requirement for the postholder to be a practising Christian.

To find out more about the role, including a full job description and application form, please email, or call 01453 756745 and ask for Graham.

Closing date: Monday 18 January 2021
Posted: 15/12/2020
Closes: Monday 18 January 2021
The Door Youth Project, Stroud
Job type
Full-time, 37 hours per week
££28,858 to £31,228 p.a.
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