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Martin House Children's Hospice
Wetherby 10.95 miles
£16,423.0 per year pro rata (actual £6,569.00)
Yorkshire Cancer Research
Harrogate 13.24 miles
£18,328 - £23,400 per year depending on experience
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Leeds, West Yorkshire
£22500 per annum
Job description
Working within the Development team, you will be responsible for the planning and delivery of the events programme. Their busy calendar of events ensures that they connect with members, partners and funders, bringing these supporters closer to their work.

You will also work closely with our corporate partners and sponsors, ensuring a high-quality experience that delivers return on investment. If you’re a creative thinker who would enjoy the challenge of working on a vibrant and varied events programme as well as supporting their work with the business community, you’ll flourish in this role.

As they open their new home in central Leeds, following the £18m Music Works capital redevelopment, you will have the opportunity to play a key part in delivering memorable and high impact events using their own facilities as well as at other venues including when the company is on tour, to underpin successful cultivation and supporter retention. You’ll be joining a team that works collaboratively and strategically but always with a focus on the company’s objectives, as well as playing an important part in driving income to support their work on stage and off.

To apply, please read the job pack and complete the application form. If you need any help completing your application, including any adjustments to the application process, and if you're applying under the Disability Confident Committed Scheme, please contact them via their website.

Events and Corporate Partnerships Coordinator Requirements:

• Have demonstrable experience of working in a fundraising environment or leading on events
• Pride yourself on attention to detail and a commitment to delivering high quality work
• Have excellent communication skills and can write persuasive and compelling copy
• Are a proven multi-tasker with an assertive approach and the ability to prioritise under pressure
• Are driven with a proactive approach to achieving results and can motivate others around you
• Can work independently and use your initiative to make decisions and problem solve
• Have a good understanding of fundraising for the arts
• Have sound interpersonal skills, can be calm under pressure and work effectively with a wide range of people

About their organisation:

Our client is England's national opera company in the north and a leading European arts organisation. Based in Leeds, the company is committed to producing work of the highest quality that excites, challenges and entertains. They  tour throughout the north of England, and also nationally and internationally. Acclaimed for its imaginative programming and innovative productions on the main stage, they also programme their own venue, with an enormous diversity of activity.

Our client is committed to equity, diversity and inclusion.

Location: Leeds, West Yorkshire - role will be combination of in office/home working.

Type: Permanent, Full Time

Salary: £22,500

Benefits: 33 days holiday annually (incl. 8 statutory holidays), Company pension with a 5.5% employer contribution and 2.5% employee contribution, Ticket discounts or complimentary tickets to productions, concerts and events, Salary sacrifice schemes, high street discounts and travelcard schemes, Access to an Employee Assistance Programme.

Closing Date: 1st November 2021

Interview Date: 15th November 2021

You may have experience of the following: Events Coordinator, Fundraising Events, Corporate Events, Corporate Partnerships, Events Assistant, Charity, Third Sector, etc.

Ref: 103 824
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Posted on: 19 October 2021
Closing date: 01 November 2021
Job ref: 103824
Tags: Fundraising
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