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Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust Head of Fundraising

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Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust

Head of Fundraising

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Location: Hybrid working. London SE1

Salary: Up to £60,000 per annum

Contract: Permanent. Full-time hours.

Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust is seeking a Head of Fundraising who will play an instrumental role in leading the charity through a period of significant fundraising growth, enabling them to meet their ambitious strategic targets.

Jo’s is the UK's leading charity dedicated to those affected by cervical cancer and cell changes (abnormalities). The charity was established in 1999 by James Maxwell following the death of his wife Jo, aged 40, from cervical cancer.

In recent years awareness of the charity’s work and cervical cancer has grown significantly, with annual income rising from £288k to £1.8m. The charity now has an ambitious plan to provide support directly to 12,000 people, the highest number they will ever have achieved.

Jo’s is seeking a dynamic and inspiring individual who will help them unlock the significant fundraising potential, and opportunities, available to the charity as well as sitting on the Senior Leadership Team. You will be highly motivated with great initiative, extensive experience and share Jo's ambition of making cervical cancer a thing of the past.

You will have a proven ability at a senior level across a range of fundraising and income generation activities, and will understand, and have experience of, the importance of marketing in supporting fundraising delivery. An understanding, and experience, of fundraising planning and control and how these fit into the broader planning framework is important.

Outstanding interpersonal skills mean you are able to collaborate with, and communicate to, a range of internal and external stakeholders to great effect.

This is an exciting time to be joining Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust. Their vision, the day when cervical cancer is a thing of the past, is getting closer as a result of the success of the HPV vaccination programme.


Closing date: Friday 23rd September.

For full details on role and how to apply, please download our recruitment pack.