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St Edmund Hall, University of Oxford
Oxford, Oxfordshire
£72,500 to £77,500
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

St Edmund Hall, affectionately known as ‘Teddy Hall’, is one of the oldest constituent colleges of the University of Oxford and occupies a historic site in the heart of the city.  The College is the last-standing medieval Hall in Oxford, dating back to at least the 13th Century.  Modern and progressive in its outlook, the College is known for its friendly atmosphere and inclusive culture as well as its many sporting and creative traditions. 

The College has around 70 Fellows, 400 undergraduates and 300 postgraduates.  Many of its academics are actively pursuing world-leading research, opening opportunities for students to understand cutting-edge ideas, concepts, and phenomena across many disciplines.  There is also a global network of 10,000 alumni in over 100 countries who have excelled in a broad range of fields including journalism, politics, the sciences, drama and sport.

St Edmund Hall seeks to appoint an enthusiastic new Director of Development, a figurehead for fundraising and alumni engagement across the College.  The Director of Development will play a key role in delivering the College’s strategic priorities, and in contributing to College life.

Leading and inspiring a talented team of four, the postholder will be responsible for devising and implementing a creative fundraising strategy, which aims to deliver the College’s ambitious funding goals in line with its 2019-2029 strategic plan.  Working in close partnership with the Principal, you will carry your own portfolio of major gifts prospects and will have an important role in the solicitation of six-, seven-, and even eight-figure donations.  You will additionally develop and oversee effective fundraising at all levels, harnessing the help of Fellows, alumni and volunteers as appropriate. 

The College sees this appointment as an exciting opportunity for a collaborative fundraiser with outstanding leadership abilities and the propensity to enjoy all that College life has to offer.  The successful candidate will be a confident communicator with well-developed interpersonal skills and outstanding leadership abilities.  You will have a strong sense of integrity and a proven track record in securing philanthropic income, together with expertise in relationship management, outstanding organisational skills and a passion for the mission of St Edmund Hall. 

The timing of this appointment is particularly exciting as the College rebounds from the pandemic and embarks upon its most ambitious fundraising campaign to date, with a target of £50 million.  With the commitment of an engaged Principal in the prime of her tenure, and endless possibilities for fundraising, this presents as a truly career-defining opportunity.

The closing date for applications is noon on Friday 19 November 2021.

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Posted on: 25 October 2021
Closing date: 19 November 2021
Tags: Fundraising,Senior Management
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