“The BFI’s job is to champion the future success of film in the UK and BFI 2022 is designed to do that – we want to back the brave, the new and the experimental.”Josh Berger — BFI ChairThe BFI supports a love for film every step of the way; from protecting the national film and television collection; to providing a world-class, inspirational cultural programme; to developing the next generation of film talent. The BFI aim to inspire excellence, to ignite creativity, to give opportunity and to widen and deepen enjoyment of the moving image for all of us.
Are you looking for a meaningful role where you can use your relationship building skills to make a difference?As Ireland’s University on the world stage, Trinity College Dublin is recognised for academic excellence and a transformative student experience. With a tradition of scholarship spanning more than four centuries, Trinity is home to talented and enquiring minds, a liberal education, and pioneering research.Under the dynamic leadership of Provost Patrick Prendergast, Trinity is about to embark on a new chapter of its philanthropic history as it prepares to launch its first college-wide campaign. Central to this are plans for the largest science, technology and engineering education investment programme in the history of Ireland to respond to the requirements of 21st century. Working closely with the Director of Campaigns you will raise significant gifts for the College. We can offer you a stimulating career, the chance to work in partnership with some of the world’s most successful people, a supportive and professional team, and the opportunity to change lives for the better.You don’t need to have previous experience in philanthropy: we are happy to support you and provide you with the training and development you need. We are looking for a passion for the cause, a self starter and powerful advocate with experience of managing high level relationships.Your drive and ambition will enable you to make a substantial impact on the future of this great institution.