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GUILDHALL SCHOOL OF MUSIC & DRAMA
London
£30,060 - £40,750 per annum including London Weighting (depending on experience)
Join the international community of young musicians, actors and production artists in the heart of the City of London.
St Peter's School
Clifton, York
A competitive salary will be offered which will be commensurate with qualifications/experience
Guildhall School of Music & Drama
Multiple Locations
£36,060 - £40,750 per annum including London Weighting (depending on experience)
Join a vibrant, international community of young musicians, actors and production artists in the heart of the City of London.
University of Birmingham
B15, Birmingham
Full time starting salary is normally in the range £51,034 to £59,135
We are looking for an Associate Director of Fundraising to maximise our enormous income generation potential; coach, nurture and challenge!
Frontline
Multiple Locations
£53,000 per year plus competitive pension
Principal Practice Tutors provide programme leadership and team management that is central to effective delivery of the Frontline programme.
FRAME (Fund for the Replacement of Animals in Medical Experiments)
Home-based
£30,000 - £35,000 per year Full-time equivalent (pro-rata for part-time)
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London, Greater London
Flexible Working
Permanent, Part-time, Full-time
Job description

Development Director
Eltham College
Highly Competitive Salary

Eltham College seeks to appoint an experienced Development Director to build upon the fundraising achievements of the last decade, and to set an ambitious strategy to take the School’s philanthropic endeavours to the next level and beyond. This is a strategic, senior leadership role and an important appointment.

Founded in 1842, Eltham College is a thriving, co-educational independent day school in South London for students aged 7 to 18, comprising a separate Junior School and Senior School. The School is set in over 70 breath-taking acres with the Junior School, Senior School and chapel standing at the centre. Eltham College is regularly found amongst the top 20 academic schools in the country, yet equal emphasis is placed on academic, pastoral and co-curricular excellence.

Over the past few years, Eltham College has grown considerably. Girls have been part of Sixth Form life for over 45 years and from 2020 were able to join from Years 3 and 7. The school will be fully co-educational by 2025.The School has an unusually wide social mix, thanks, in part, to the generous Bursary scheme, which provides financial assistance for those unable to afford the full fees. In the most deserving cases, remission of up to 100% of fees is available. 

The Development Director will be responsible for defining and implementing a clear strategy to deliver a significant step-change in development activities. There is a strong degree of engagement and support for the Development function from the Eltham College leadership, in particular the Headmaster, who has good experience of fundraising and understands his pivotal role in making “the ask”.

Reporting directly to the Headmaster, the Development Director will lead and grow the Development team in all aspects of Fundraising and Alumni Relations. The first priority will be to raise funds for transformational bursaries, in order to achieve the goal of offering fully needs-blind access to the School. The School also has exciting plans for a number of discrete building projects over the next 10 years, which present the opportunity for some creative future campaigns.

The Development Director will be a commensurate and motivated fundraiser who can recognise the opportunities and challenges associated with the role. S/he will have had success securing gifts of six figures and above, and will be adept at building strong, effective relationships across the School’s community, from parents and alumni to academic and support staff at all levels. The ideal candidate will be an accomplished leader in a comparable organisation, either in education or a transferable field, and will possess the drive and vision needed to grow an ambitious and innovative Development programme.

The successful candidate will be a creative thinker with a strong sense of integrity and a values-driven approach to philanthropic fundraising. As well as a proven track record in securing major philanthropic gifts, s/he will bring experience of developing inspiring campaign messaging, whilst establishing robust systems and processes, expertise in relationship management, outstanding interpersonal and communication skills, and the presence and intellect to operate at the highest levels. Above all, this individual will have a passion for the aims and mission of Eltham College.

You will be joining an exciting, challenging, rewarding and collegiate place to work. There is scope to develop both the team and a wide range of new strategies and plans. This is a fantastic opportunity for an outstanding individual to build transformational programmes and relationships at a leading independent school.

Posted on: 16 October 2020
Closing date: 16 November 2020
Job ref: 1684
Tags: Fundraising
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