Breast Cancer Trials
is the new name that brings together the Australia and New Zealand Breast
Cancer Trials Group (ANZBCTG) and its fundraising department, the Breast Cancer
Institute of Australia, under one brand.
Come and be part of the new Tate St Ives After a major building project, the new Tate St Ives launches in October 2017, offering an expanded programme of exhibitions, learning activities and events. Tate St Ives, with the Barbara Hepworth Museum, will offer the opportunity to explore the history of modern art and St Ives and experience dynamic exhibitions of modern and contemporary art from around the world. Tate St Ives will be a social hub where local and visiting audiences come together to engage with art, ideas and each other. We are looking for a talented, highly motivated development professional to lead the fundraising activities for Tate St Ives, and play a key role in increasing revenue from individuals, corporate partners, trusts and statutory sources. You will also have the opportunity to work closely with Tate’s Development team in London – one of the strongest arts fundraising teams in the UK today. With a demonstrable track record of fundraising, you possess the knowledge and confidence to liaise with curators, donors and senior staff alike. You are an independent self-starter who can develop and deliver a sustainable fundraising strategy, and your excellent communication, interpersonal and relationship-building skills will be key to your success in this role. This is a rare opportunity for an experienced fundraiser to work in the beautiful seaside town of St Ives, with its breathtaking coastal scenery, golden beaches and thriving artistic community. If you are inspired by the work of Tate and excited by the opportunity to build your fundraising experience at one of the UK’s top cultural institutions, we’d love to hear from you.
A unique high-profile opportunity has arisen to join the award-winning fundraising team at the University of Leicester. This is an exciting time to join us, as we have just completed the most successful financial year for philanthropic fundraising in the history of the University. Our dedicated and experienced team of major and principal gift fundraisers are working effectively with University leadership and senior academics to bring in more and larger gifts, ranging from the six to the mid-seven figures, to support the University’s strategic priorities. We are also increasingly engaging with our 170,000-member global alumni community to build a robust pipeline of small and mid-level giving. Our ambitions are set to increase as the University approaches its centenary commemorations period (2018-2021) and prepares for its second century. To support these aspirations, we are expanding our team, and are therefore seeking a Director of Philanthropy to build on our accomplishments to date. The successful candidate will work closely with the Group Director for Philanthropy, Alumni and External Engagement to shape and drive a strategy to raise £5-10m per year from a variety of philanthropic sources. You will have a senior role in developing and implementing a comprehensive philanthropic fundraising programme, including capital appeals.Your significant track record of successfully cultivating and soliciting major gifts at the 6-figure level or more, and ability to deliver a comprehensive fundraising programme, will be key to your success in this role. You have strong communication, influencing and interpersonal skills, are self motivated and enjoy working towards and achieving ambitious targets. A track record of managing and motivating experienced fundraising staff, including supporting others in securing major gifts, is critical, as is your ability to gain the trust of and to inspire those around you.
A global institution, the University of Reading enjoys a world-class reputation for teaching, research and enterprise. We are a leading force in British and international higher education, and continue to evolve to reflect an ever-changing world, which drives the development of our areas of research excellence and strength. We tackle the most significant challenges of our time, from climate change to AI, and our top-class teaching is equipping the next generation of leaders and caring citizens of the world. Last year we launched IMAGINE, our campaign to inspire philanthropy and volunteering in support of our strongest research and teaching areas. To meet our ambitions and drive our outstanding work, we have set a goal to raise £150 million and inspire our supporters to give over 60,000 hours of their time. We are turning the time and donations of our supporters into long-lasting impact.Our Development Services team underpins the success of our fundraising, alumni relations and supporter engagement activities across the University. We are seeking a new Head of Development Services to lead this high-performing team, and work closely with colleagues across the University, to ensure that effective data and information resources, systems and processes are in place to enable engagement activities across all levels and platforms. With extensive experience in operations, information and data management, ideally gained within a fundraising environment, you are skilled at shaping and improving performance, to deliver results. Your strong analytical, technical and interpersonal skills help you to gain the confidence of those around you. Through robust planning, management, and implementation of effective systems and processes, your leadership skills and strategic insight will inform, drive and maximise our success across the University and beyond.If you have experience leading and motivating multiple stakeholder facing operations teams, we’d like to hear from you.
Client. London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Location. London, UK
Closing Date. Monday 25th September
The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine is a world-leading centre for research and postgraduate education in public and global health. Staff and students work alongside local researchers, practitioners and decision-makers all over the world, addressing a broad range of public health threats. From preventable blindness to violence against women to diabetes, staff and students search for solutions, whether in new vaccines, drugs, and diagnostics, or stronger services and systems. Since its earliest days, the School’s heart has been in the fight against infectious diseases – for example malaria, HIV/Aids and more recently Ebola and Zika, and its focus is now expanding to new global challenges such as non-communicable diseases and the implications of climate change.The School has an ambitious mission, dedicated to tackling current and future public health challenges, whatever and wherever they are. It wants the benefit of its research and discovery to be felt across the globe, from the urban jungle to remote villages and refugee camps. To ensure it remains in the best position to achieve this, the School is embarking upon an ambitious fundraising campaign to secure funding for scholarship and research, but also vital capital projects including the construction of a new building and renovate existing facilities and laboratories, to better accommodate the work of its academics, scientists and medics. To ensure continued success, the team is looking for a highly motivated and experienced Trusts, Foundation & Corporate Manager to identify new funding sources. To be successful in this key role, you will need a strong track record of raising gifts and grants at the 6-figure level or more, from corporations and foundations. You enjoy identifying prospects, and building and managing a robust portfolio. Your excellent interpersonal skills including diplomacy, discretion, tact and persuasiveness, allow you to successfully manage complex and nuanced relationships with a bespoke approach and a high level of good judgement. As a strong proposal writer, you can communicate complex scientific ideas in an engaging and understandable manner.If this opportunity sounds like the right next step for your career and you have the skills, experience and ability to make a difference, we would be delighted to hear from you.