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Corpus Christi College
Cambridge
competitive
Corpus Christi College aims to appoint an outstanding individual to the post of Director of Development and Alumni Relations.
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Alzheimer's Research UK
CB21, Cambridge 7.6 miles
Circa £57,500 per annum
Developing opportunities for influencing stakeholders within & outside government to help ARUK improve the dementia research environment
Jimmy's Cambridge
Cambridge
£35,745 - £39,880 per year (FTE 36 hours), pro rata for 21 hours £20,851 to £23,264
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Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
competitive
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

Corpus Christi College aims to appoint an outstanding individual to the post of Director of Development and Alumni Relations. Corpus is the sixth oldest college in the University of Cambridge and one of the smallest, with 300 undergraduate and 200 postgraduate students, 60 Fellows and 120 staff. Corpus is known for its friendly atmosphere and its long tradition of academic excellence.

The Director of Development and Alumni Relations has overall responsibility for building, maintaining and enhancing the relations between the College and its five thousand alumni, its supporters, and other potential benefactors. The Director will take the lead in designing and implementing the College’s development strategy, and will manage the work of the Development Office. Priorities will include: developing and refreshing the pool of individual prospects; engaging with recent graduates and overseas alumni; and spearheading a major fund-raising campaign focused on widening participation and the provision of bursaries and studentships.  The appointee will be elected a Fellow of the College, reflecting the seniority and significance of the post.

Candidates will be confident, outgoing and sociable, with the ability to relate to different audiences. They will be driven and able to demonstrate outstanding leadership, interpersonal, diplomatic, negotiation and communication skills. They should also be able to evidence success in establishing and achieving ambitious fund-raising targets. They must have a proven track-record of developing innovative strategies and implementing change. They must be supportive of the College’s academic mission and be committed to its core values of academic excellence, mutual support and respect. This is an exciting opportunity to bring new ideas and direction to the work of the Development Office.

The College has retained Minerva Executive Search to advise them. The successful candidate will be expected to take up their appointment no later than March 2021.

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Corpus Christi College

Corpus Christi College is the sixth oldest college in the University of Cambridge. It was founded in 1352 by the two Cambridge City Guilds of C... Read more

Refreshed on: 18 September 2020
Closing date: 12 October 2020
Tags: Fundraising

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