Vacancies

We are hiring a Fundraising Manager!

We are looking to appoint an innovative and inspiring Fundraising Manager to build on and develop Kangaroos fundraising strategy to ensure significant and sustained income growth. You will manage and grow our dedicated Fundraising Team to ensure achievement of the strategic objectives of Kangaroos three year fundraising strategy with a focus on income generation from all fundraising sectors.
As our Fundraising Manager you will support the negotiation and management of statutory contracts and grant agreements with Trust and Foundation donors. You will lead on the development and implementation of a monitoring and evaluation framework with the Operations team, Grants and Contacts Manager and the Communications Coordinator.
Who are we looking for?
This is an exciting opportunity for someone with at least five years’ experience of fundraising within a charity, an excellent track-record of achievement in setting and meeting ambitious income targets and consistently raising 6 figure sums across diverse income streams to join a well-established and highly valued Charity.
For more information and to apply, please follow this link – https://worknesthr.livevacancies.co.uk/#/job/details/19

Sessional staff

Kangaroos is always interested in hearing from individuals with the necessary experience and interest to join our bank of sessional staff that run our activities and clubs and support and keep safe our members attending these sessions.

We are hosting a recruitment day on the 8th January 2022 for Sessional Staff Roles.

Please join us at the Birch Hotel from 1pm-4pm.

In the mean time…

Click here to access the job description/person specification.

If you would like to find out more about joining Kangaroos as a member of our sessional staff, then please complete the contact form below and one of our operation team members will get back to you as soon as possible.

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Trustees

It is part of the Trustees governance role to preserve the integrity of the Kangaroos ethos. Without our dedicated voluntary Trustees, Kangaroos could not function.

Interested candidates should be committed to improving outcomes for children and young people with learning disabilities and be able to attend six meetings per annum.

If you would like to find out more about joining Kangaroos as a Trustee, then please complete the contact form below and we will arrange for Bob White, our Chair of Trustees, to have an initial informal conversation with you.

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