CMRF Crumlin provides vital funding for Our Lady's Children's Hospital, Crumlin and The National Children's Research Centre. When a child you love is sick, your top priority is finding the best care available. It’s ours too. At the core of CMRF Crumlin is a desire to help every sick child to give them the best possible chance to survive, thrive and live to their potential. We’re focused in supporting small miracles everyday by funding cutting edge research, new wards and upgrades together with patient experience through our Giggle Fund. At CMRF Crumlin our team has one simple mission - helping kids and their families.
With that in mind we wish to recruit for the following position:
ROLE & PURPOSE
The Fundraising Intern will play a key role in supporting the Corporate, Philanthropy and Golf programmes in a range of activities aimed at increasing the revenue generated by the Major Supporters to CMRF Crumlin.
This is a nine month internship programme offering a wonderful opportunity to learn and develop with the support and mentoring of experienced fundraising and other professional staff in CMRF Crumlin.
Core Responsibilities Include;
- Day to day liaison between existing Major Supporters and CMRF Crumlin to help them deliver their plans with our support
- The provision of cross functional support to ensure that major supporter expectations are met and realised so that the overall experience of working in partnership with CMRF Crumlin is extremely positive.
- Working closely with our stakeholders to deliver impact reports for existing major supporters.
- Supporting new business development by providing prospect research, data analysis and key insights to inform partner pitches.
- Working with the Marketing and Communications team to collate case studies and other information to be used by the Fundraising team.
- A graduate of Business, Comms, Marketing (or other relevant discipline)
- Experience in administration in a complex and busy environment
- High degree of initiative, flexibility and creativity
- Ability to research, analyse and collate data concisely and clearly
- Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate clearly both written and oral with a diverse range of audiences
- Excellent organisation and project management skills
- Proficiency in MS Word, Excel and Powerpoint
- The ability to be flexible in relation to working hours to meet the needs of the environment. Work during unsociable may be required from time to time.
Interested candidates should apply with CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
The closing date for all applications is Monday, April 3rd.
The successful candidate will be paid €18,000 pa and will receive mentoring and coaching throughout the internship with access to training and development opportunities to ensure they develop the skills required for a professional fundraiser.