Supporter Relations Team Assistant

Remote-first - With Office Locations

Fully flexible hours

Employment type
Full time
£25,625 / year

The Supporter Relations Team plays a pivotal role in building relationships with our supporters and supporting our fundraising team to raise vital funds that will support our mission to beat blood cancer within a generation. The main purpose of this role is to deliver excellent customer service to our supporters from the beginning of their journey with Blood Cancer UK. Our processes need to be as efficient and effective as possible to get the best from our supporters. This role will take responsibility to help build lasting relationships through written and verbal communication with our supporters and ensure efficient administration of donations and maintaining accurate data on our CRM system.

There is a requirement for this role to be able to attend the Edinburgh office in person for at least 2 days a week.

Key Responsibilities


Customer Service:

· Deliver an outstanding supporter experience and develop relationships with our supporters in every interaction you have with them

· Respond to all inbound enquiries, requests and donations received (by phone, email, in writing or in person) in a prompt, efficient and helpful manner and within the agreed timescales

· Deliver outbound event stewardship calls for key sports events

· Fulfilment of welcome packs, fundraising materials and thank you letters

· Complaint handling


· Processing cheque, card and cash donations

· Coding fundraising pages such as Just Giving

· Recording and updating event registrations

· Data entry and updating details in our CRM system

· Coding income and making financial adjustments

General Responsibilities:

· Ensure compliance at all times with legislation, such as Institute of Fundraising codes of practice, data protection and GDPR, Fundraising Regulator, Gift Aid and all other requirements of an ethical and professional fundraising charity

· Take a proactive approach to personal development

· Contribute to team meetings and workshops

· Work collaboratively with other colleagues to continuously improve our processes and ways of working


• Promote Blood Cancer UK’s vision, mission and core values

• We’re all fundraisers. This is slightly different for all roles, and your team will have fundraising KPIs and objectives we all work to

• Attend and assist at Blood Cancer UK events and activities as required (NB this involves evening and weekend work)

• Be an effective ambassador for Blood Cancer UK at any activity you attend

• Develop an in-depth understanding of our work

• Follow the principles of LEAN and continuous improvement

• All staff are expected to adhere to Blood Cancer UK’s policies and procedures

• Do any other reasonable things your manager needs you to do

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Remote-first - With Office Locations

Fully flexible hours