Communications and Fundraising Officer 17.5 hours fixed Term for 2 Years
Age Concern Liverpool and Sefton has an exciting opportunity for an engaging Communications and Fundraising Officer to work as part of a new team to deliver our community fundraising and communications ambitions. Key will be establishing new approaches and processes to raise the profile of Age Concern Liverpool and Sefton and its services as well as its community fundraising efforts.
Age Concern Liverpool and Sefton has a long and proud history of supporting older people in Merseyside and is well known locally. Established in 1928 by Liverpool’s first female councillor, Eleanor Rathbone, it was the first committee in the country set up specifically for older people. Over the years, the charity has trialled many exciting, new initiatives to protect and promote the wellbeing of older people. The charity’s achievements were recognised in 2013 when it was awarded Freedom of the City by Liverpool City Council.
This is a newly created role and is perfect for someone with a flair for communicating passionately, is proactive and well organised and can inspire people to get involved in our fundraising efforts. We actively promote equality, diversity and inclusion and particularly welcome applications from underrepresented groups. We want to do this because we know greater diversity will lead to even greater results. If you feel that you have the skills we need and the passion to improve the quality of life for older people in Liverpool and Sefton please apply via our job pack below: