Donor Development Team Coach (6 month FIXED TERM contract) - Fundraising & Marketing
Location: CAP, Jubilee Mill, North Street, Bradford, BD1 4EW
Hours: 18.75 - 22.5 hours per week (days worked flexible)
Context: The Donor Development Department exists to grow and deepen productive relationships with our amazing supporters, that everyone can celebrate. We are driven to raise the money and partnerships needed to deliver CAP’s vision to see every UK church serve and include the poorest whilst confidently proclaiming Jesus. We work alongside our Fundraising Operations and Communications teams to deliver a fantastic supporter experience.
Role: Reporting to the Head of Donor Development the Donor Development Team Coach provides specialist coaching for team members. This role is crucial for developing and maintaining a high challenge and high support culture in the department. Responsible for the professional development of team members, this role empowers, supports and brings constructive feedback to the team so that they can thrive in their roles and achieve the department’s long-term strategic plan.
This role’s key aim is to work towards an exceptionally high performing team. Through the support and challenge of the coach, individuals in the team will grow, professionally and personally through their regular interactions with the coach.
Person: We are highly driven, passionate, strategic, fun, inquisitive, adaptable, visionary, professional and value personal development and growth.
Starting salary: £27,500.00 - £30,000 FTE depending on experience
Closing date for applications: 13 December 2019
Start date: ASAP
Please also provide a covering letter with some information around how you have outworked your coaching experience in a workplace.
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