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Fundraising Administrator/Coordinator

South Hampstead

South Hampstead Synagogue is seeking a Fundraising Administrator/Coordinator to work as part of South Hampstead’s Fundraising team. This will include providing vital support to the team in all aspects of their job including planning and execution of all fundraising and other events.

South Hampstead, NW3 5SU
Fundraising Administrator/Coordinator
£25,000 pa
Hours – 35 per week (Mon – Fri)

The successful person will have substantial administrative and customer relations experience, exceptional organisational and planning skills, excellent communication & interpersonal skills, have the ability to develop effective working relationships with a wide range of contacts at all levels; including high value donors, be able to deliver results under pressure to tight deadlines and have strong IT skills.

Closing date for receipt of applications – 21st February 2018

To view the job description and apply for this position, please log on to our website www.theus.org.uk/vacancies

United Synagogue Registered Charity No. 242552

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