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Fundraising Assistant

Jewish Women’s Aid is the only charity in the UK working with Jewish women and their children affected by domestic abuse and sexual violence. We are a growing charity and our fundraising team is expanding to support our vital work.

We are currently looking for a:

Fundraising Assistant
21 hours per week – salary £25,000 pro rata

Based in North London, you will be assisting the fundraiser. As a charity fundraiser, you will increase the contributions of individuals and groups by building relationships and exploring new fundraising opportunities. This is an important and varied role supporting all aspects of the fundraising department to help deliver targets alongside excellent supporter care, and day to day running of the department.

You’ll have strong interpersonal skills, an understanding of confidentiality, be proactive, enthusiastic, flexible, highly computer literate, proficient in office and database systems and a passion for fundraising for our work.

Please go to www.jwa.org.uk/vacancies for more information on this position and apply by sending your CV and covering letter to Suzi Epstein info@jwa.org.uk

Closing date: Monday 8th November, 9am
Interviews: w/c 15th November

This post is open to women only. (Exempt under the Equality Act 2010 Schedule 9, Part 1)
Registered charity number: 1047045

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