Capital Campaign and Supporter Engagement Coordinator

Capital Campaign and Supporter Engagement Coordinator

Our Organisation

Cranford Hospice is here to help people make the most of living and dying within a compassionate community. Our purpose is to provide the best possible palliative care, education, support, and advice to the people of Hawke’s Bay. We support people of all ages living with a life-limiting condition, and our services are provided at no cost to the patient or whānau. We have a team of around 75 paid employees and a volunteer army of around 400 across our Hastings base and the three retail charity shops.

Most recently, Cranford Hospice has embarked on a multi-million-dollar Capital Campaign to build a new, purpose-built home for Cranford so we can continue to support patients and their whānau as our community grows.

The Opportunity

Are you an enthusiastic and well-organised ‘people-person’ with proven relationship building capabilities? Do you have the ability to inspire people to support their local charity by fundraising for us? And are you motivated by making a positive difference in the lives of people? If so, this role might be for you!

For the first five months this role will support the Campaign Manager to implement the capital campaign to build a new home for Cranford. The opportunity to support a $15million fundraising capital campaign doesn’t come around often! You will play a pivotal role in this campaign to create a new hub for palliative care services for generations to come.

This role will also be a key member of the Development & Engagement team that supports and delivers the organisation’s fundraising and communications strategy. Each year the team needs to fundraise around $3 million and needs a proactive person to join them. This role will be focused on coordinating and implementing the Supporter Journey pathway. Based in Hastings, the hospice is a walking distance to the CBD with free street parking.

Duties include:

  • Support the Campaign Manager and Campaign Executive to implement the Capital Campaign Plan. This includes donation administration, donor communications across various platforms, and event management of key campaign events.
  • Coordinate and implement the Supporter Journey pathway so activities are in line with the goals and objectives of the Annual Fundraising Strategy.
  • Nurture a portfolio of supporters (donors and volunteers) to grow the net annual fundraising income through an enhanced supporter journey.
  • Supporting Cranford Hospice’s communications programme
  • Database administration and reporting
  • Role model for our values.

Skills and experience:

  • Demonstrated success in coordinating multiple tasks with a strong attention to detail
  • Proven ability to work under pressure and to deadlines
  • Can-do attitude with a sense of humour
  • Ability to work to KPI’s and monthly fundraising targets
  • Digital literacy, preferably with knowledge in web applications and social media.
  • Flexibility to work varying hours and days to support events and functions as required
  • Experience in relationship building and stakeholder engagement
  • Experience and knowledge in fundraising and events

Read the position description here.

How to Apply

For an application pack please contact or phone 027 633 3917 for more information.

Please include a current CV and cover letter detailing your skills and experience for this role.
Applicants must be eligible to live and work in NZ and be able to successfully pass a Police Vetting Check.

Applications close: Tuesday 7th June 12pm