Development Officer (Trusts and Foundations)
Closing date for Applications: Monday, September 7th, 2015
The Fundraising dept has a key vacancy open for a Development Officer (Trusts and Foundations).
The roleholder will be expected to deliver the revenue and capital fundraising targets with the Director, Head of Fundraising, Development Officer (Benefactors and Legacy Giving) and with the voluntary assistance of the International Council. Funding is generated from individuals mainly through our high-level supporter scheme, Benefactors and on-site and on-line donations; charitable trusts and foundations and corporate sponsorships where applicable (corporate membership is managed by the Event’s team). Supporter care and personal stewardship (i.e. events, lectures, and exclusive trips) play an important part of the position, especially as such activities generate further support.
To develop relationships with and apply to a wide-ranging group of charitable trusts and foundations. This includes creating applications to trusts and foundations who may not have supported the Collection before; stewarding and maintaining our existing relationships; and writing detailed and engaging reports to the Collection’s current supporters.
To grow and manage the Wallace Collection Friends Scheme, which was launched in December 2014.
To expand the Collection’s corporate sponsorship programme, working closely with our Corporate Membership and Events Team to provide opportunities for corporate support in the Collection.
To develop the Collection’s donation box and low-level public giving programme.
To work with the Head of Fundraising and the Development Officer (Benefactors and Legacy Giving) in managing the Collection’s International Council, in close collaboration with the Chair, to recruit new patrons, donations and stage an annual fundraising gala event.
To communicate clearly and effectively, and to create good relationships with other departments at the Collection.
To deliver the revenue and endowment target working alongside the Head of Fundraising, who focuses on major gifts, with the assistance of the Development Officer (Benefactors and Legacy Giving).
The salary for this post will be in the range of £22,000 and £24,000 per annum depending on experience. In addition, the post holder will receive 25 days paid annual, plus 2.5 “privilege” days, membership of an occupational pension scheme an interest free season ticket loan (after six months’ service).
Deadline for applications: Monday 7 September 2015 (9am)
Interviews will be held: w/c 14 September 2015
Please kindly ensure that you complete the Equal Opportunities Form and return it together with the Application Form in one email.
If you have not heard from us by the 14 September, please assume that your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion.