Tate facilitates extraordinary experiences through an inspiring programme of exhibitions and events at their four galleries: Tate Britain, Tate Modern, Tate Liverpool and Tate St Ives. Working closely with arts organisations across the world, Tate’s core mission is to promote the public understanding and enjoyment of British, modern and contemporary art. Working at Tate is exciting, sometimes challenging, and always rewarding. The highly committed teams build programmes, services, resources and products on foundations of openness, respect and diversity. The Tate Development team has expanded over the years to meet growing gallery needs and is now one of the most successful arts fundraising teams in the UK.Reporting to and working closely with the Head of Major Gifts & Public Sector, the Head of International Philanthropy will set and work towards ambitious targets for the next five years, and create a step-change in the team’s major gifts fundraising activity internationally. You will be responsible for cultivating and stewarding donations at the 6-figure level and above, while leading a high-performing team, and identifying and developing future fundraising opportunities.As a senior member of the major gifts team, your significant track record of high-level donor development and ability to swiftly establish credibility and rapport is essential for success. You will have proven experience as a strong, inspiring leader and demonstrate good judgement and tact in successfully managing complex and nuanced relationships.