This vacancy has now closed

Fundraising Manager

  • Full time
  • £29,000
  • Glasgow (some flexibility to work from Edinburgh)
  • Closing 24th January 2019

  • Advertised from 10th January 2019


BTA (Bruce Tait Associates) are delighted to be working with Epilepsy Scotland in their search for a Fundraising Manager.

Around 1% of us live with epilepsy, making it the world’s most common serious neurological condition. While children and older people are most at risk of developing it, anyone can develop epilepsy at any time, and 8 people in Scotland do every single day.

Epilepsy Scotland are committed to making sure the needs of people with epilepsy are met. They work with people living with the condition to ensure that their voices are heard. They fight discrimination and stigma, influence public policy and work to ensure appropriate services are available.

This fantastic charity are looking for a Fundraising Manager to join their dynamic fundraising team at an exciting time of growth and development. With new services being introduced and others expanding it’s an important time for the charity. Working closely with the Head of Fundraising and Communications, this new role will assist in delivering and developing the fundraising strategy to raise the funds essential to the charity’s expansion.

The Fundraising Manager will also support and guide the fundraising team, manage the team’s budget and lead on the charity’s flagship events.

You may be working in a similar role or be an experienced Fundraiser looking to step up into a managerial role. If you would like to bring your ideas and energy to this hard-working charity, we want to hear from you!

Application notes

This search is being conducted exclusively on behalf of Epilepsy Scotland by BTA. If you think this is a perfect match for your values and skills set then please contact as soon as possible for further information prior to making your application.

Closing date: Midnight, Monday 21st January 2019

Interview date: Week beginning Monday 28th January 2019