Swansea Women’s Aid – Business & Development Manager Swansea Women’s Aid offers dynamic, innovative services to women and children experiencing domestic abuse. Business & Development Manager Annual Salary: £35,000 Hours: 35 hours a week Location: Swansea In this new role as Business Development and Funding Manager, you will play a crucial role in driving income generation, revolutionising the way Swansea Women’s Aid are funded, opening sustainable avenues of in-kind and unrestricted income support, so as to deliver a step change increase in our finances. You will lead the development and management of long and short term, funding opportunities e.g. Corporate Sponsorship, Gifting, Donations, Social Media funding, Individual Giving, Social Enterprise Initiatives etc. You will enjoy breaking new ground and will have the skills to sell your ideas to the CEO and Board. Operating at the forefront of our operations, you’ll be responsible for identifying new and sustainable sources of income/funding to strengthen the delivery of our services to benefit both our organisation and the communities we serve. Working closely with the CEO you will help to set funding approaches, with specific responsibility for producing the 3-year fundraising strategy, focussing fundraising efforts on key pressure points, source diversification and the maximisation of organisational sustainability. You will improve reporting of the impacts of our services, identify key must-haves to inform fundraising planning, bids and provide eye-catching materials for donor attraction and maintenance. Closing date for applications: 9am, Thursday 7th July 2022 For more information or to apply for the above post, click here to visit the Swansea Women’s Aid website SWA value diversity and are committed to promoting equality. They encourage applications from women from all backgrounds and communities. For these roles, they are particularly keen to receive applications from the LGTBQI+ community and/or people with a disability, BAME and Welsh speaking candidates. Under the Equality Act 2010 pursuant to Schedule 9, Part 1, these are women only posts.