Come and work for a multiple award winning charity. My Life My Choice is a self-advocacy charity run by and for people with learning disabilities, founded in 1998. The charity delivers a diverse range of innovative user led projects that enhances and empowers the lives of adults with learning disabilities in Oxfordshire. These established projects include a fee earning training and consultancy team, gig buddies, travel buddy scheme, a nightclub, and 13 self-advocacy groups.
We are now looking for a Fundraising and Communications Coordinator who will maintain and develop the charity’s traditional, social and digital media presence in order to support charity objectives and profile. The role will help the charity to increase its membership base, grow involvement in projects, deliver campaign messages, promote events, and attract funding. Fundraising will be a crucial part of this role as we look to grow and develop our income streams particularly through writing funding bids and legacy giving.
The post calls for a talented individual with the ability to write succinct, intelligent, creative copy. Experience of writing funding bids is desirable although training can be given to the right individual showing potential in this area. Experience of filming, recording, photography and editing content for website, social media and publicity purposes is essential.
The successful candidate will need to show a passion for empowering and raising the voices of people with learning disabilities.
MLMC not only says it values its staff but commits to them by offering a competitive salary, an enhanced pension contribution, an Employee Assistance Programme, Life Assurance, flexible working with time off in lieu, a weekly fruit basket, a £100 contribution towards a health & wellbeing activity, cycle to work scheme, two days special leave at Christmas, and working from home when appropriate. Dedicated staff parking is also available.
The successful applicant will be subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service enhanced check.
Salary: £24,799 - £28,785 pa, plus 6% pension contribution