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4 in 5 foodbank users go hungry multiple times a year and over half the children helped by foodbanks over the summer holiday months are primary school age. If you feel outraged by these facts and have a passion to help us change this, then keep reading!

The Trussell Trust has restructured over the past year to ensure we can reach more people in need and meet the growing demand for our support and services. It’s an exciting time to be joining this fast-growing charity as many of our roles are brand new and we’re looking for the right person to fill each one and make it their own. You’ll have the drive and determination to work with the team with a great can-do attitude.

If you feel you have the required passion, energy and enthusiasm to help us bring an end to poverty and hunger, then you’re on your way to becoming part of something that will make a real difference to people’s lives.

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Corporate Partnerships Manager

Salisbury or London
Full-time (37.5 hours per week)
£ £35,000 per annum plus benefits

People in the UK go hungry every day for a range of reasons, from benefit delays to receiving an unexpected bill on a low income. The Trussell Trust’s 400-strong network of foodbanks provides a minimum of three days’ emergency food and support to people experiencing such a crisis. We recognise that stopping hunger is about more than food, which is why foodbanks in our network provide a range of other services to help people to break out of the cycle of poverty. And because we believe that it’s completely unacceptable that anyone is forced to turn to a foodbank, we are working hard at a national level to change the underlying causes of the poverty that leaves people hungry.

This role is responsible for establishing, managing and growing sustainable, mutually beneficial corporate partnerships, attracting the resources we need to bring communities together to end hunger and poverty in the UK.

About you:

The portfolio of partnerships you will be taking on includes leading brand names and you will need to have the skills and experience to able to relate professionally to senior executives at those companies. You will have experience of successfully securing, delivering and developing substantial fundraising partnerships.  You will have the ability to manage multiple projects proactively within clearly defined timescales, whilst keeping everyone involved informed and inspired.

You will be resilient, resourceful, flexible and will demonstrate personal integrity and a commitment to our values. You must also have a good working knowledge of Salesforce or a similar cloud-based CRM system.

How to apply

Please submit your application no later than 12 pm on Friday 31 August 2018.  We reserve the right to close early or extend this date depending on the number of applicants.

Interviews will be held in the week commencing 10 September 2018 in Salisbury.

Please note, incomplete or speculative applications will not be considered.

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Foodbank Network Area Manager – Kent, Sussex and South/East Surrey

Kent, Sussex and South/East Surrey
Full-time (37.5 hours per week)
£ £32,955 per annum plus benefits

As an Area Manager, you will work closely with a network of foodbanks as they deliver essential help to local people in severe crisis.  You will help foodbank charities strengthen and broaden their practice, sharing expertise and initiatives that add value to foodbanks’ reach and impact.  In particular, you will help foodbanks reach beyond emergency food to deliver additional services under the “More Than Food” programme that help lift clients out of poverty.  You will also act as the regional point of contact for a highly regarded and dynamic charity at the forefront of addressing and challenging poverty in the UK.

About you:

You will have excellent communication skills, and will be able to relate confidently to people of all walks of life with empathy and ease. You will be organised and be able to juggle competing priorities, often under time pressure. You will be an enthusiastic networker, skilled at negotiating benefits and support from external partners which will help the foodbanks in your region to thrive and succeed at every level.

If this sounds like you, we’d love to hear from you as we work together to stop UK hunger.

How to apply

Please submit your application no later than 12 pm on Wednesday 5 September 2018.  We reserve the right to close early or extend this date depending on the number of applicants.

First stage interviews will be held in the week beginning 17 or 24 September 2018.

Please note, incomplete or speculative applications will not be considered.

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Community and Events Fundraising Manager

Salisbury
Full-time (37.5 hours per week)
£ £35,000 per annum plus benefits

Working within the Fundraising Directorate you will be responsible for developing and implementing a Community and Events Fundraising strategy and managing a portfolio of national events and fundraising products. This will involve developing relationships at national and regional levels with community groups, service organisations and businesses, working with key stakeholders to manage fundraising plans for owned foodbanks and provide fundraising support to the Foodbank network.

About you:

You will thrive on the challenge of achieving ambitious targets and have excellent communication skills and a sound working knowledge and significant experience working on innovative fundraising projects and strategies within a fundraising team.

You will be organised and be able to juggle competing priorities, often under time pressure and be a strong leader with excellent people management skills.

If this sounds like you, we’d love to hear from you as we work together to stop UK hunger.

How to apply

Please submit your application no later than 12pm on Thursday 6 September. We reserve the right to close early or extend this date depending on the number of applicants.

Interviews will be held in the week beginning 17 September 2018 at our Salisbury Head Office.

Please note, incomplete or speculative applications will not be considered.

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Trust Fundraising Manager

Salisbury
Full-time (37.5 hours per week)
£ £35,000 per annum plus benefits

People in the UK go hungry every day for a range of reasons, from benefit delays to receiving an unexpected bill on a low income. The Trussell Trust’s 400-strong network of foodbanks provides a minimum of three days’ emergency food and support to people experiencing such a crisis. We recognise that stopping hunger is about more than food, which is why foodbanks in our network provide a range of other services to help people to break out of the cycle of poverty. And because we believe that it’s completely unacceptable that anyone is forced to turn to a foodbank, we are working hard at a national level to change the underlying causes of the poverty that leaves people hungry.

This role is responsible for securing the gifts from grant makers that enable us to bring communities together to end hunger and poverty in the UK. This is a hands-on fundraising role with a personal income target as well as a shared team one. You will have line management responsibility for two part-time trust fundraisers

About you:

An experienced trust fundraiser with line management experience and training, you will be confident you can build and manage a pipeline of bids to deliver income in line with targets and secure a sustainable mix of multi-year grants to ensure the sustainability of this income stream.

You will be resilient, resourceful, flexible and will demonstrate personal integrity and a commitment to our values. You must also have a good working knowledge of Salesforce or a similar cloud-based CRM system.

How to apply

Please submit your application no later than 12pm on Wednesday 12 September 2018. We reserve the right to close early or extend this date depending on the number of applicants.

Interviews will be held in the week commencing 24 September 2018 in Salisbury.

Please note, incomplete or speculative applications will not be considered.

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