Prospect Development Officer
The Fundraising and Supporter Development Office is an integrated department with fundraisers in major and individual gifts, trusts and foundations and legacy giving. We provide a single fundraising function for King’s College London, Guy’s and St Thomas’ Foundation, Guy’s Cancer Charity and Evelina, London Charity. We also fundraise for priority projects for King’s Health Partners, working closely with the Maudsley Charity.
Our purpose is to inspire, ask and enable people to give financially in support of the goals of King’s and our health partners. Our vision is to sustain and build philanthropy and continue the fundraising momentum achieved with the record-breaking World questions King’s answers campaign. The work we support has made a significant impact on the world in areas as diverse as cancer research, global terrorism and palliative care.
The Prospect Development Officer plays an integral role in enabling the fundraising ambitions of King’s College London, King’s Health Partners and Guy’s & St Thomas’ Foundation. Reporting to the Prospect Development Manager, this post specialise in prospect management and works with our high-value fundraising teams across Individuals, Trusts & Foundations and Corporate giving to ensure fundraisers are working with the best prospects and enabling them to generate income in the most effective way.
This is a great opportunity for someone in the prospect research profession who wishes to join a larger team, or someone who has transferable skills and wishes to move into Higher Education fundraising. Please note that this role is not an academic research post.
The successful candidate will be able to take advantage of King’s College London’s hybrid working arrangements, which allow flexibility between time spent in the office and working from home, alongside a number of other benefits available to staff members.
In F&SD we want to build a diverse team, which represents the communities served by the organisations we support. We particularly welcome applications from people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds, as well as from people with disabilities.
This post will be offered on an indefinite contract.
This is a full-time post. F&SD has a hybrid working approach, with a minimum of 40% of time in the office. Typically, this equates to two days per week, but we’re very happy for colleagues to be in more frequently if they so wish.
Closing date: 23 November 2023.
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