Corporate Fundraising Manager at Clatterbridge Cancer Charity


The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity is in the most exciting phase of its history.

The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre, one of the largest cancer hospitals in the UK, is currently building Liverpool’s first dedicated cancer hospital, due to open in 2020.

This is an incredible opportunity for an experienced Corporate Fundraising Manager to be part of something truly special, as this role is instrumental in our £15m public appeal to transform cancer care for a population of 2.3m people across Merseyside and Cheshire. The focus of the Appeal is the building of a brand new 11 storey cancer hospital in the heart of Liverpool and investment in our current site in Wirral.

You could be at the heart of our dedicated Fundraising Team to help make this happen.


The focus of this role will be to generate income and positive publicity for The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity through the development of an effective Corporate Fundraising Programme throughout the region.

This will involve:

  • Securing and account managing corporate partners
  • Development and promotion of Payroll Giving, sales promotions, matched giving, recycling and employee fundraising activities
  • Initiating new ideas for corporate fundraising and sponsorship proposals
  • Recruit, support and retain a range of volunteers
  • Representing the charity within the local community
  • Cultivating relationships with, and delivering talks to, local businesses and larger community organisations
  • Providing leadership and developing a strategy for the charity’s corporate income stream

The successful candidate will have a natural ability to inspire others to achieve the best possible fundraising outcome for the charity. You will devise and implement a robust action plan for your dedicated area which draws upon your own experience and abilities, in partnership with team members and based on our current fundraising strategy, to ensure success within your own income stream.

The ideal candidate will have significant experience in corporate fundraising or appropriate transferable skills. You will thrive on the challenge of developing new and diverse methods of attracting support for the charity, with an ability to adapt to social and economic trends in giving. Your drive, commitment and personality will allow you to grow income through excellent relationships with supporters and potential partners.

Please ensure that you meet the person specification before applying for this post.


This is an exciting opportunity to join our dynamic and forward thinking Trust.

The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre NHS Foundation Trust is one of the UK’s leading cancer centres, providing high quality care to the population of Merseyside and Cheshire and beyond.

Consistently rated one of the best-performing hospitals in the country, we deliver compassionate and effective, specialist care and in February 2017 were rated as ‘Outstanding’ by The Care Quality Commission.

We provide a comprehensive range of inpatient care, advanced radiotherapy, chemotherapy and other systemic anti-cancer therapies including gene therapies and immunotherapies for the treatment of cancer. We are also the only facility in the UK providing low-energy proton beam therapy to treat rare eye cancers.

We are currently embarking on an £162 million investment in facilities including a new cancer hospital in the heart of Liverpool due to open in 2020. Based on the same thriving research and healthcare campus as the University of Liverpool and Royal Liverpool University Hospital, our new hospital will ensure every patient receives truly outstanding care and can access the most advanced treatments and clinical trials for generations to come.

We’re here to deliver the best cancer care to the people we serve and we’re looking for applications from those who share that commitment and our values: Putting people first; Achieving excellence; Passionate about what we do; Always improving our care; and Looking to the future.

If you want to be part of a fantastic team and help support the Trust with our vision for providing the best cancer care in the country, then we want to hear from you.

Salary: £26,565 – £35,577 per annum pro rata

Closing: 21/03/2018 23:59

Interview Date: week commencing 26 March 2018

If you are successful you will be invited for an interview via email. Please ensure you regularly check your emails following your application and let us know if you have any problems. If you would prefer for us to communicate with you in a different way contact the Recruitment Team on 0151 482 7866.

If you have any personal requirements that will enable you to apply for this position and participate in our recruitment process please contact the Recruitment Team at the earliest opportunity to ensure that measures can be put in place to enable your application for this post.

The Trust is committed to promoting a flexible working environment supporting equality and diversity and the health and wellbeing of all our employees. The Trust aims for a workforce demography representative of the community we serve.

The Trust takes active responsibility for meeting national guidance and legal requirements in relation to our Safeguarding Policy, including local arrangements for the protection of adults at risk.

The Trust is proud to be a ‘smoke-free’ NHS employer. Applicants should be aware that that if successful in gaining employment with the Trust adherence to the Smoking Policy is contractual and staff are not permitted to smoke either during working hours or when recognisable as an employee.

The Trust is committed to providing high standards of both patient and staff experience. To support us in doing this the Trust, in partnership with Trade Unions has developed and embedded key values and behaviours that all staff are required to demonstrate throughout their employment. The Trust’s values and behaviours support the Trust Vision ‘to provide the best cancer care to the people we serve’ and our Mission ‘to improve health and wellbeing through compassionate, safe and effective cancer care’.

New entrants to the NHS will normally commence on the first point of the relevant payband.

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