We’re hiring!

We are seeking a Relationship & Fundraising Manager who will lead on building relationships, developing and delivering INSP’s fundraising strategy, and building a robust fundraising culture for the organisation.

INSP works to alleviate poverty and build a global movement for social change, leading and supporting a network of street paper organisations in 35 countries worldwide. We provide a range of specialist support, resources and technical assistance to our network, including an international news agency for street papers. We also bring our members together to provide peer-to-peer support, and exchange ideas, resources and best practice.

Download the Relationship & Fundraising Manager Job Description and Person Specification

Outline terms of employment:

  • Job title: Relationship & Fundraising Manager
  • Reports to: Chief Executive
  • Salary: £40,000 per annum (and up to 5% matched contribution to pension).
  • Location: This post can be based in our Glasgow office, with remote and flexible working considered.
  • Hours of work: Either full time (37.5 hours per week) or part time. Occasional early mornings and late nights may be required for meetings in different time zones (time off in lieu available).
  • Flexibility: As part of our commitment to diversity and flexible working, we will consider a range of options for the successful candidate, including part time, flexi-time, job sharing, compressed hours and remote working.
  • Contract period: Permanent, subject to funding.
  • Probationary period: Six months (during which time statutory rights apply).
  • Holiday entitlement: Equal to 31 days per year (includes bank holidays) increasing to 34 days after 2 years of service.
  • The above are outline terms only, and a full statement of employment particulars will be issued to the successful candidate.

Application process:

Deadline for applications: Tuesday 30th November 2021 at 12 noon (UK time)

To apply:

  • Send a CV plus a covering letter to INSP Chief Executive Maree Aldam – maree@insp.ngo. Please ensure your covering letter explains why you are applying for the role, and summarises how your skills and experience relate to the role. Please also include any examples of fundraising campaigns and/or links to relevant work.
  • Please download our Equality and diversity monitoring form here and upload the completed form here. Our diversity monitoring data is anonymous, and the recruiting panel will only see the information you provide in your application, so please do not send the completed form with your application). 

Process:

  • First round interviews (conducted over Zoom) week commencing 6th December (TBC). Applicants invited to interview will also be asked to complete a task to assist us in assessing ability and understanding of INSP’s work. 
  • Second round interviews TBC.  

Please note: Candidates are welcome to contact Maree Aldam to ask questions before making an application.