UK Development Manager
Classification: Full time
Reports to: Development Director (UK based)
Salary: The transparent, formula-based salary range for this position is approximately £33,000 - £51,000. The salary offered will be determined according to a salary scale which takes into account years of experience, location, job category, and other factors.
Benefits: 20 annual leave days, plus bank holidays and the week of Christmas - New Years
T1International is a global grassroots patient advocacy organization led by people with and impacted by diabetes, with a focus on type 1 diabetes. We believe in a world where everyone with type 1 diabetes has the opportunity to thrive, with affordable and sustainable access to the medicine and supplies they need. We are patient led in our work and values, and our team and community reflect a range of allies and impacted communities from caregivers, to parents, to partners, and those committed to health equity work. T1International (T1I) is leading the charge in the fight for affordable insulin and supplies worldwide. We do not accept funding from the pharmaceutical industry or any medical device manufacturer to maintain our independence and ability to speak out freely.
About the role
The role of the Development Manager is to further solidify our income generation activity, to diversify our funding portfolio across both our UK and US entities and significantly reduce our dependence on a single funder in each. This role will focus on and create significant year on year growth from major ($/£500+) gifts as well as supporting us to expand our grant funding for both entities. This is a new role so there will be growing and learning on all sides, and we are looking for someone who is a self starter and who will work to build out the role in collaboration with the rest of the Development Team (UK based Development Director and US based Development Coordinator).
This role will report to the Development Director, who oversees both the UK and USA fundraising strategies and will work closely with the Development Coordinator. T1I is a remote office environment; you will collaborate with colleagues who are based across the United States and the United Kingdom. You should be prepared to either work from home or a location of your choosing and will need to have flexibility to occasionally work evenings and weekends to assist with timezone alignment.
Please submit to [email protected]:
Please be mindful of length; we encourage any attachments to be under 3 pages. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Ideal candidates will be available to start as soon as possible. Please note that this job posting will be live through April 1, 2022, we will be contacting candidates on a rolling basis during this time. The application process will include a phone screening, at least two video interviews by Google Meet, as well as at least one task based exercise related to this role and your experience, and reference checks.
Please, no calls or emails—we will be in touch if we think you might be a fit for this position.
As a patient-centered organization, we especially encourage people who have diabetes to apply. We are also an equal opportunity employer, so we strongly encourage people of color, people with disabilities, people with diverse sexual orientations, gender expressions and identities to apply.