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Fundraising Officer

  • Part-time (21 hours per week / 0.6)
  • Permanent role
  • £30,500 per annum plus 6% pension contribution
  • 28 days annual leave pro rata (on top of usual bank holidays)
  • Arts Emergency operates a 35-hour week (21 hours for this role), we will consider compressed or annualised hours

Arts Emergency are looking for an enthusiastic person to join our dynamic Fundraising & Marketing team.

This role focuses on thanking and looking after our large network of donors (1600+ monthly donors and many more one-off donors). As Fundraising Officer, you will be the first line of support for fundraising enquiries and be responsible for updating the fundraising database, thanking all new donors and conducting research into new funding opportunities. It’s a very rewarding post, in which you’ll interact with lots of interesting and generous people, and play a role in transforming young people’s life chances.

It’s a fun and rewarding role where you’ll work particularly closely with our Head of Fundraising, Fundraising Manager, Marketing Manager, and the wider Arts Emergency team around the country.

The role can be home or office-based, or hybrid. Arts Emergency’s head office is at Unit W3, 8 Woodberry Down, London, N4 2TG, and our Manchester office is at Peter House, Oxford Street, Manchester, M1 5AN.

Download the Fundraising Officer Job Pack here.

How to apply

To apply please complete the following:

1. Download and fill in the application form.
The application includes parts:

  • In Part One you will provide personal details.
  • Part Two asks for information related to your job history and relevant qualifications, plus questions in relation to the job specification.
    You can return the application forms as a Word Document or PDF. If you prefer you can talk through the Part Two questions in an audio file (no longer than 10 minutes).

    To transfer an audio file, upload to and use the ‘get
    transfer link’ option, then copy and paste the generated link into your email.

    2. Click here to complete our Equality and Diversity Monitoring Survey.*

    3. Once completed, please send the application (Parts One and Two) to by 10am on 29 May 2024 with AEFO in the subject line.

If you have any questions about the application process or the role, please contact

*The survey is anonymous and not linked in any way to your application. Any information you provide will be used by Arts Emergency to monitor the demographics of candidates applying for roles and make improvements in line with our diversity and inclusion ambitions. This data will be treated in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation 2018.