The Supporter Engagement team is responsible for communications and fundraising for Wycliffe Bible Translators. The Donor Relations Coordinator will support the Head of Donor Relations to manage our individual giving channel and workflow, for the work of Wycliffe. This will be a varied role which includes developing donor journeys, managing the donor lifecycle for individual donors, helping coordinate donor events, undertaking donor research, as well as providing general support to the team.

This is a great opportunity to gain a range of communications and fundraising experience in this growing charity. The role will be in keeping with Wycliffe’s mission to be an expression of the Christian life and faith.

Requirements

We hope that you will find the information in the attached documents below helpful and clear. If Wycliffe’s vision is a cause you can champion and the position fits with your skills, values and experience, then we would love to hear from you.

If an informal conversation about the role would help, please email the resourcing team at resourcing@wycliffe.org.uk to arrange one.

Your application should include:

  • A covering letter, of no more than two pages in total, summarising your reasons for applying and explaining your ability to fulfil the Aims of the Role and meet the Person Specification.
  • A completed Candidate Information Form.
  • A full CV, including educational qualifications and full employment history, with a particular focus on experience and skills relevant to this role.

Your application should be sent to the resourcing team at resourcing@wycliffe.org.uk by 9am on Friday 17th January 2020. All applications will be treated as confidential.

Should you be shortlisted we will invite you for an interview at the offices of Wycliffe Bible Translators in central High Wycombe.

Thank you for considering this role and please join us in prayer as we seek God’s wisdom in appointing the right candidate for this post.

Application Documents

Application Pack

Candidate Information Form

Wycliffe’s Statement of Faith