Community Fundraising Organiser

Salary £20,138-£22,658 per annum pro-rata
21 hours per week
Based in Manchester


Here at George House Trust we already enjoy high levels of support from a number of community groups, schools and businesses, especially within the LGBT community. Our aim is broaden the base of our support in the coming years, so this is a vital role for our charity.


This is a role ideally suited to someone who enjoys building relationships and inspiring and supporting people to raise funds and host events for our fabulous charity. 


George House Trust has been supporting people living with HIV since 1985, and in that time HIV has changed significantly. Our diverse service users include gay men, heterosexual Black Africans, people ageing with HIV and young people who were born with the virus.


You will find more details about the job and a person specification here and, if you have the skills and experience to join us and wish to apply for the post, please complete the Community Fundraising Organiser application form. You might also want to take a look at our annual report for 2015 - 2016. 


If you have difficulty downloading any document, please contact Samuel Clarke who will e mail the files to you upon requet.


For an informal chat about this post call the Joint Chief Executive on 0161 274 5650.


The closing date for this post is 5.00 p.m. on Friday 11th August 2017.


We especially welcome applications from groups which reflect George House Trusts’ service user groups – HIV positive people (and other disabled people), gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people, people from black and minority ethnic groups, and people from refugee communities. George House Trust’s recruitment and selection procedures reflect our commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults. A Disclosure & Barring Service check will be requested, at the same time that a job offer is made.


George House Trust's vision is for all people living in the North West of England to live happy and healthy lives and be free from stigma and discrimination; for all people to know their HIV status and to be HIV aware.

Friday, 14 July, 2017

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