|Job Title||Fundraising Development Manager - EXPIRED|
|Salary||£28000 per annum|
|Job Published||04 Jul 2017|
|Contact Name||Ellisa Thompson|
We are working with a unique organisation who are based in the midst of the beautiful Cotswolds. They are an ambitious charity who have a deep passion for the arts and who are establishing a new home for the performing arts in Cirencester. The development will provide a space for young performers to learn from and work with professional directors and creatives. As this amazing creative venture enters its final stage of development they need you and your skills as a fundraiser to ensure its continued success.
As Fundraising Development Manager, you will use your talent to increase the overall income of the charity by using your connections as well as those of the senior team to help drive forward the success of the organization. The senior team themselves are very supportive and work well as a team offering peer to peer help and encouragement.
Your enthusiastic approach will encourage funders, donors, individuals and corporate supporters to be inspired by the organisation. You will capitalise on the organisations digital and media profile to help bolster your fundraising activities, gaining continued support and funding for this incredible charity. Not only is this development situated in a beautiful location but it is set to be a major cultural hub in the Cotswolds.
This role offers the perfect opportunity for someone looking for a challenge, who loves the performing arts and who relishes the opportunity to proactively create new and innovative fundraising opportunities.
Employment Type: Permanent
Working hours: 35 hours
Closing Date:14th July 2017
If you are interested in this role or wish to register with TPP to hear about future posts, please call Ellisa Thompson on 0191 249 5200 or send your CV to All applicants must be eligible to work in the UK
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