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Sands is Hiring image for Legacy and In-Memory Development Manager

Sands is the leading stillbirth and neonatal death charity and exists to reduce the number of babies dying and to support anyone affected by the death of a baby, before, during or shortly after birth.

We are seeking an enthusiastic Legacy and In-Memory Development Manager to lead the implementation, development and growth of a legacy giving programme for Sands. This is an exciting new role which is responsible for developing and delivering a cross-organisational strategy, which will increase Sands’ legacy income by more than 30% over the next five years. The role will also drive improvements in Sands’ In-Memoriam fundraising activity.

This is therefore a pivotal role, with the aim of producing long-term sustainable income growth for Sands.

The post-holder must be able to demonstrate a proven track record of successfully managing integrated and engaging legacy marketing communications. With substantial experience of meeting targets and producing detailed financial analysis, you will also have proven direct marketing project management skills and be able to work collaboratively in order to develop and set a fundraising strategy.

An excellent communicator, you be able to develop and maintain good relationships with supporters, Sands staff and volunteers.

You will also be resilient and highly-organised, with the ability to cope with demanding situations and develop creative solutions to problems.


To apply:

Please submit your CV, together with a supporting statement that demonstrates how you meet the criteria in the person specification to  Please also complete the Diversity and Equality Monitoring Form and send this with your application.

Closing date for applications:           25th October 2021                  

As we have limited staff resources we are unable to provide candidates with feedback about their applications.   Interviews will be held online.

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