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Director of Fundraising, Impact & Communications

Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
£68,250 to £83,195 (top of band). It is organisational policy to start new employees at increment 1.
Closing date
15 Apr 2024

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Charity and Not for Profit
Contract Type
Full Time

Job Details

Great leaders are those who empower others – if this sounds like you then read on. We’re looking for an experienced Director of Fundraising, Impact and Communications to join our leadership team, lead a team thirsty for success, and help increase impact and drive sustainable growth.

You’ll need a can-do, entrepreneurial outlook and a willingness to think strategically, always looking for opportunities to help drive growth. We have a great team so we’re not looking for a micro manager but someone who can inspire the team to identify and grasp new possibilities, ensure our supporters experience a fantastic journey, and help the organisation to excel.

The role is a member of the Leadership Team and reports to the Chief Executive. The role is responsible for the line management of a number of Senior Managers and a Department of 14 staff.

The role is responsible for delivering an income target of £5m and you’ll provide the leadership and vision necessary to increase CBM UK’s profile and presence, develop the national brand & identity, and grow our diverse income streams (increasing unrestricted income with a focus on individuals, legacies, Major Donors and Trusts, as well as supporting a strong pipeline of restricted funding opportunities); always providing value for money, exceptional quality and support to all stakeholders, with a key focus on supporter care and sustainable income growth.

Please download the Recruitment Pack for full details.


Too many people face poverty, stigma and isolation, denied the chance to go to school or earn a living, just because they have a disability. And every day people lose the ability to see hear or walk because of conditions that could easily be treated and prevented.

Driven by Christian values, CBM works in the world’s poorest places to reach those whom others leave behind. Working in partnership with Governments and local partners, we create long-term positive change: treating and preventing conditions that lead to disability and enable people with disabilities to go to school, access healthcare, earn a living and be active in their community.

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