Deadline for applications extended to 20th Sept
Would you like to work as a Fundraiser for Medical Justice?
We particularly welcome applications from people with lived experience – see the Application Pack for details.
We are looking for an outstanding fundraiser to play a key role in developing and implementing our first formal fundraising strategy. Our Fundraiser will be helping to develop our team of passionate and determined people who are committed to defending the medical and legal rights of our clients during this unprecedented time. Your contribution will enable Medical Justice to grow to the next level and together we shall be changing the fate of even more people’s lives.
“The team at Medical Justice are very supportive, knowledgeable, and passionate about the work that they do, it has been a great environment to work in.”
– Medical Justice staff member.
“Staggeringly impressive group which merits the overused phrase punching well above their weight.” and “We are hugely enthusiastic as a trust about their work.”
– Medical Justice funder.
Job Purpose: Develop and implement a funding plan that will resource Medical Justice’s ambitious strategy, building partnerships with funders, increasing and diversifying funding streams.
Salary: £33,000 – £35,000 pro rata, with an annual increase of £500 each year for 5 years and 5% pension contribution
Reports to: The Director
Working hours: Part-time (2-3 days a week which could be spread across the week)
Based: The job is based at the office in Finsbury Park. You can work at home but should come in the office for at least between 3 and 5 days a month, preferably including Tuesdays.
Length of contract: 2 years, with renewal if funding available. The probation period is 6 months.
Annual Leave: 28 days per annum (including 4 days associated with bank holidays which may be decided on by your manager, usually associated with the office closure during Christmas and New Year) plus bank holidays.
Benefits: Includes ; enhanced parental leave and sick pay, one-to-one counselling sessions and group supervision sessions with a psychologist, ‘cycle to work scheme’, staff lunch on Tuesdays.
Timeline: The closing date for applications is Wednesday 20th September 2023. Interviews will take place on Friday 29th September 2023 at the Medical Justice office and will include a written and verbal exercise. The ideal timeframe for starting the job is as soon as possible
We look forward to receiving your application !