Job Details: Daisyhouse Housing Association: Fundraising Manager (Part-Time)

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Daisyhouse Housing Association: Fundraising Manager (Part-Time)
[Daisyhouse Housing Association]




Works as part of the Daisyhouse Housing Association staff team in
their responsibility for the delivery of the strategy, operational
plan, budget, overall performance of the charity. Takes lead
responsibility for the successful development and delivery of the
Daisyhouse Housing Association Fundraising Strategy.

Daisyhouse is a registered charity and approved housing body
supporting women out of homelessness. We are a small organisation with
a big and important mission - we want to help as many women as we
possibly can to break the cycle of homelessness on their own terms and
live independent, healthy, happy lives.

As we move on from a number of challenging Covid years, we are now
recruiting a Fundraising Manager, who will help us in an exciting
period of growth and expansion. In our Strategic Plan, we set out a
goal to double our supported temporary accommodation capacity and
significantly increase awareness of our work. We are looking for an
experienced, passionate and ambitious individual to join our small
team and help us achieve this.

This is a part-time role (**Apply on the website** hours per week)
with generous benefits and a flexible hybrid working model. All of us
in Daisyhouse love what we do and we care deeply about the women we
support. If this sounds like the kind of place you would like to join,
please get in touch.



* At least 5 years’ experience in a fundraising/business
development or marketing role, with a proven track record of meeting
financial targets and delivering strategic objectives and results;
* Fundraising experience within the charity sector in Ireland.
* Proven success in raising funds utilising a blend of the
fundraising mix, i.e., major donors, trusts/foundations, corporate,
community, individual giving, digital, etc. or equivalent;
* Ability to communicate at all levels within and outside the
organisation, to build and maintain positive relationships with key
* Excellent relationship building and networking skills and proven
track record in creating mutually beneficial partnerships with
* An ability to influence others with excellent oral and written
communications skills;
* Excellent interpersonal and people management skills;
* Excellent organizational and project management skills;
* Event management experience;
* Proficiency in the use of fundraising databases, other relevant IT
packages and online fundraising tools.
* Strong understanding of the non-profit sector, the Guiding
Principles of Fundraising, Environment, Social, and Governance (ESG),
and GDPR


* 3rd level qualification in marketing / public relations /
communications / business / finance or a relevant career
* Experience of and ability to plan effectively at the
organisational level.
* Experience of budgeting and managing resources.
* Experience of developing and implementing media, advocacy or
marketing campaigns.
* Direct marketing experience.
* Ability to demonstrate knowledge and understanding the NGO sector.
* Use of a vehicle and hold a valid driver’s license.


* Excellent report writing and IT skills
* Ability to work well in a team environment
* Reliability and flexibility


* Creativity, drive and the enthusiasm needed to carry projects to
* Excellent interpersonal, influencing, relationship building and
networking skills;
* Ability to self-motivate, take initiative and work independently;
* Creative, flexible character and a generator of new ideas with a
good eye for detail.
* A targets-focused and results-driven approach;
* Proactive, friendly and flexible manner;
* Ability to work under pressure and manage multiple projects;
* Collaborative team-working style;
* Ability to adapt to the changing needs of a small charity and
shift priorities accordingly;
* Willingness to travel and work outside of normal working hours
when required;
* Resilience and flexibility; and
* An interest in and commitment to the organisations work


SALARY: €**Apply on the website**,**Apply on the
website**-€**Apply on the website**,**Apply on the website**
LOCATION: Hybrid 2 days per week in office at **Apply on the
website**/**Apply on the website** South Circular Road, Dublin 8
HOURS OF WORK: **Apply on the website**


Please see full job description attached

To apply, please email your CV together with your cover letter to
**Apply on the website** no later than **Apply on the website**th
October at 5pm. No late applications will be accepted.

If you are successful with your application and are offered a position
with Daisyhouse Housing Association, the offer may be conditional upon

* Successfully completing Garda Vetting/Police Clearance
* Producing evidence to show that you are entitled to live and work
in Ireland
* Verification of qualification
* Completion of 2 successful reference checks

*Please note that only those who meet the requirements above will be


_Daisyhouse reserves the right to review and amend this job
description as appropriate._

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Type: Permanent
Category: Others

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