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Community Fundraising Co-Ordinator at Acquired Brain Injury Ireland

Acquired Brain Injury Ireland
Community Fundraising Co-Ordinator
Dun Laoghaire, Dublin
Expiry Date
18 Jul 2024
Posted by
Marissa Tuccelli
Posted on
04 Jul 2024

Do you want to make a real difference through your work?

Join our team at ABI Ireland, be fulfilled!

 We are currently recruiting for a Community Fundraising Co-Ordinator to join our Fundraising Team!

The role will be Hybrid, split between Remote working and 1 or 2 days in our offices in Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin.

This is a Permanent, Part-Time, 28 hours contract.

 Starting Salary - €30,928 - DOE

Acquired Brain Injury Ireland provides community-based residential rehabilitation services to people living with brain injury in Ireland. Our mission is to serve, advocate, empower and support people impacted by brain injury to rebuild their lives.

As a vital member of the Fundraising Team, the Community Fundraising Co-Ordinator will develop and implement the community fundraising strategy for Acquired Brain Injury Ireland and ensure growth in the level of income raised from the community fundraising activities. Working within the wider fundraising team, they will provide support to and report to the Head of Fundraising.

Role Duties:

  • Build long-term, sustainable relationships with new and existing community supporters and donors and other supporters to ensure a sustainable donor base
  • Supporting the Head of Fundraising with all planned and new fundraising activities
  • Be responsible for managing any new activity for Community/Events/3rd party fundraising
  • Implement plans for new fundraising and cultivation activities to broaden the existing donor base and increase funding levels
  • Ensure that all fundraising Acquired Brain Injury Ireland undertakes, focuses primarily on the Donor/Supporter journey
  • Where applicable, source and manage potential grants to support fundraising activities
  • Support the planning and managing of all direct mail campaigns
  • Please click the below link for Job Description for more detail on key duties and responsibilities


Essential Criteria:

  • Demonstrable experience and success in developing and maintaining strong relationships
  • Able to demonstrate a basic understanding of fundraising
  • Comfortable working to stretching targets
  • Excellent communication skills, verbal, written, report writing and presentation
  • Able to demonstrate good attention to detail, good judgement showing logical decision making and a hand on approach
  • Excellent time management skills with a focus on customer service
  • Excellent MS Office skills



  • Relevant third level qualification in business, marketing, or another related discipline; OR
  •  Experience of fundraising or business development within a results-based organisation project or operation


Role Benefits:

  • Salary starting from €30,928- DOE
  • Competitive Annual Leave entitlements
  • Access to ABII's defined contribution pension scheme (applicable for eligible employees with service requirements)
  • Flexible working and Work Life Balance Initiatives in place
  • Free life cover benefit (2 times gross salary tax free)
  • Revenue approved mileage rates
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Bike to Work Scheme
  • Long Service Awards
  • Paid Maternity Leave
  • Career development opportunities
  • Comprehensive induction and training programme including specialist brain injury training
  • Access to Health Care Staff Credit Union


If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you!

For a full job description: >Click Here

Informal enquiries can be made to:

Marissa Tuccelli - Head of Fundraising


Closing Date:  18-07-2024 at 5pm!

Interviews will be held: will be held shortly after closing date

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