Campaigns & Communications Officer for Cancer Support Scotland

Calman Centre, 75 Shelley Road, Glasgow. Open to discuss flexible working

Band 4: £25,803 – £30,189


Reporting into:
Fundraising Manager

35 Hours Per Week

Line reports:
No line management. Can supervise volunteers

Annual Leave:
35 days annual leave (Including Bank Holidays)

Budgetary responsibility & accountability 
Contributing towards team income target of c£600k, with sole responsibility for Individual Giving Target (c£75k).

Interview Date:
TBC – September

For forty years, Cancer Support Scotland have helped people live well with cancer. Our purpose has always been to help people cope with what cancer means to them, in a way that works for them.

We are here for anyone affected by cancer, whether they are a person with cancer, a carer or loved one. Our wellbeing services range from professional one-to-one and digital counselling, stress management, ‘HereForYou’ phone calls and Self-help tools, to simply offering a tranquil place to collect your thoughts with a cup of tea.

In the last year Cancer Support Scotland has offered over 7,000 appointments and demand for our services is rising.

Our staff are based from home and within the Calman Centre in Glasgow and our volunteers cover Scotland.

The purpose of this role is to develop, deliver and grow a pipeline of individual and mid value donor giving income. This will be achieved through creative individual giving campaigns, community lottery and in memory giving via tailored communications and relationship building in line with the Cancer Support Scotland fundraising strategy.

It is essential that applicants have previous experience of fundraising campaigns / Individual Giving / Legacies. 


We are no longer taking applications for this position. Further information about our Fundraising and Charity recruitment Services.