Looking for a volunteering opportunity? Join our volunteering team!
July 17 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Sutton Library, SM1 1EA
July 18 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Merton Faith in Action, SW19 1LT
July 18 @ 11:30 am - 2:30 pm
Horsenden Hill, UB6 0RD
There are many ways you to get involved with Spectra from jobs, keeping upto date with our news, donating, volunteering your time through to working for us.
Are you interested in working for Spectra See our vacancies below and apply online as detailed.
Are you interested in signing up for our newsletters and updates? Please send us your email
Are you interested in volunteering with us? Please visit our volunteering page.
Want to make a donation to our work and service? We would be very grateful for any contribution you make. Spectra is a not for profit organisation and all donations will fund services directly.
£32,000 pa pro rata. (3 days per week)
Spectra CIC have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Fundraiser to join our team in London (W10). Spectra deliver health and wellbeing services to diverse communities including men who have sex with men, people of trans experience, black and minority ethnic populations and young people.
The ideal candidate will be an engaging champion of Spectra’s work, have experience of developing strong relationships with donors and be experienced at writing applications, reports and producing management information. You will be numerate, capable of managing multiple priorities and have excellent communication and research skills.
Reporting to the Chief Executive, your pivotal role will develop and implement a strategy of growth, and cultivate relationships to support the direction of Spectra.
Completed applications to email@example.com.
We are an equal opportunities employer. We encourage applications from everyone and currently particularly welcome applications from Black African applicants, to work across all our services and including services specific to these target groups.
We are unable to sponsor applicants who are not EU citizens. Non-EU applicants must prove eligibility for work in the UK.