Regional Fundraising Manager
We have a new opportunity to join a dynamic and successful Business Development Team at the Fishermen’s Mission.
This is an exciting chance to launch a new initiative and be part of a fundraising team that has a passionate and compassionate outlook. We support each other, and the whole charity works as one to provide vital assistance to our clients – active fishermen, former fishermen and their families.
The region you will be responsible for goes from Staithes, down the North Yorkshire coast and includes the City of Hull and going into the City of York as an area of fundraising interest. This is a region with a rich and strong history of fishing. Our reputation in this region is second to none and we are highly respected for the life changing services we provide.
You will join us working 40 hours per week and home based with access to your own vehicle. You will have sole responsibility for this area and will need to recruit and oversee a volunteer team to supporting your fundraising work.
And you? Are you an experienced community fundraiser looking to spread your wings? Are you quick to learn, and an excellent communicator? If you are a passionate fundraiser who is resourceful and creative, then this is your job. Apply now. We are waiting to hear from you.
Assistant Operations Manager
Are you an accomplished, confident, approachable and empathetic manager? Do you want a job where you make a difference every day? Can you listen as well as talk, be organised as well as flexible? If this is you, then you should take the next step and apply to join the family of the Fishermen’s Mission.
We are looking for an Assistant Operations Manager to work closely with the Operations Manager and another Assistant Operations Manager, to deliver frontline emergency response, practical welfare and pastoral support operations throughout the UK.
This job is about commercial fishermen and their families and the Fishermen’s Mission staff that support them in times of need. You will be able to drive consistency and professionalism in service delivery and lead the application of the charity’s values. You will be able to communicate clearly the bigger picture of the charity’s aims and will also have the attention to detail to make sure everything is running like clockwork, both from an administrative perspective and in terms of HR, compliance and governance.
The role will entail significant travel to staff at the fishing ports and harbours throughout the UK. (Easy access to major travel routes would be an advantage and we particularly welcome applications from candidates in Bristol, Manchester, Birmingham or South Hampshire.)
As a key player in the Operations team, you will also be able to input to the development of operations at the management level. This is one of the most rewarding jobs you could ever hope to have.
Closing date for applications is Wednesday 22 November with interviews taking place at our Head Office in Whiteley, week commencing 27 November.