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Senior Manager, Capital Campaign

Client. St Vincent's Hospital Melbourne

Location. Melbourne, Australia


Closing Date. Friday 16th June

St Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne is seeking a highly experienced Senior Manager, Capital Campaign who will provide professional campaign leadership, strategy and management for the ACMD campaign. With the support of the St Vincent’s Foundation Team, the Manager will work with the ACMD Board and ACMD Steering Committee on the appointment of a Campaign Chair and Committees to cultivate, solicit and steward major donors to the campaign, putting together a compelling case for support and working to achieve the campaign goals. To succeed in the role, you will possess a demonstrable track record in major gift fundraising from a variety of philanthropic sources, together with significant campaign leadership and management experience. This will have been gained in a large and complex environment, preferably within the health or education sectors.

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Head of Individual Giving

Client. Children's Cancer Institute

Location. Sydney, Australia


Closing Date. Friday 9th June

As the Children's Cancer Institute looks to significantly build on its strategic fundraising activity and philanthropic income, it is seeking to fill this crucial role within the Fundraising and Marketing Department, which will be pivotal in ensuring long term success at a time of extensive growth across the organisation.

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Head of Development – Medical Sciences

Client. University of Oxford

Location. Oxford, UK


Closing Date. Monday 12th June

Does the idea of working with some of the world’s top medical scientists in tackling the ‘big diseases’ where 100,000s of lives can be saved sound exciting? As you read this advertisement our scientists are working on a targeted treatment that would halt dementia in its tracks, a vaccine for Ebola and new ways to treat diabetes - you can help to make these types of medical advances possible.We are seeking a talented development professional to lead and drive a strategy that will take our fundraising in medical sciences to a new level.  With the momentum of Europe’s largest fundraising campaign – ‘Oxford Thinking’ – the world’s top medical school, and ground breaking projects including an  interdisciplinary institute of biochemistry and  a centre for infection and vaccinology, there is no shortage of opportunity to make an impact. You will be working closely with the Head of the Medical Sciences Division and other senior leaders to identify and drive forward key strategic priorities.  Guiding a small, highly capable team of Development professionals, you will build powerful relationships with the potential to make a transformational impact on the work of the Medical Sciences at Oxford.We can offer a dynamic and innovative environment which fosters new ideas and approaches and we will value your contribution to maximising the benefit that our supporters and partners can bring.Confident and credible at a senior level, you will have a successful track record in major gift fundraising. You do not need to have experience of the health sector but you will need to demonstrate strong leadership qualities, an  ability to build high level relationships and a passion for the power of education to change lives for the better.

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Head of Engagement

Client. University of Bristol

Location. Bristol, UK


Closing Date. Tuesday 6th June

Founded over a hundred years ago, the University of Bristol has revolutionised society with its cutting-edge research and education. An international powerhouse of learning, discovery and enterprise, the University’s excellence is acknowledged locally, nationally and globally. As a Russell Group university ranked in the top 50 universities in the world (QS 2016), Bristol’s future will be as remarkable as its past.The Head of Engagement will manage the successful delivery of a wide range of alumni and friends engagement programmes in the UK and internationally, which cultivate mutually beneficial and sustainable relationships in order to grow significant volunteer and ambassadorial support. You will work closely with the Deputy Director of Development and Alumni Relations and colleagues in the Engagement Team, in shaping and supporting the overall Development & Alumni Relations Office (DARO) strategy.Success in this role will require a track record of managing a high performing alumni or supporter engagement team, and proven experience of working in a large, complex and diverse organisation with senior internal and external stakeholders. A motivational and inclusive manager, you have a professional service approach, focussing on discovering and acting on the client’s needs and will lead your team in delivering a consistently high quality service.DARO's vision is ‘to unite our global community to inspire positive change and transform people’s lives’.  The team culture is optimistic, collaborative and highly professional, where individual and team success is recognised in equal measure. DARO finds innovative solutions to challenges, embraces opportunities and change. Recently, significant investment has been secured to grow the DARO team. This investment will help to build on current strengths, extend our work with alumni, partners and supporters and harvest many new opportunities.If you believe you have the skills, aptitude and commitment to join the University of Bristol’s ambitious team and be a DARO champion, we look forward to hearing from you.

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Head of Development Services

Client. University of Bristol

Location. Bristol, UK


Closing Date. Tuesday 6th June

Founded over a hundred years ago, the University of Bristol has revolutionised society with its cutting-edge research and education. An international powerhouse of learning, discovery and enterprise, the University’s excellence is acknowledged locally, nationally and globally. As a Russell Group university ranked in the top 50 universities in the world (QS 2016), Bristol’s future will be as remarkable as its past.A member of the Development and Alumni Relations Office’s (DARO) Senior Management Team, the Head of Development Services will lead a Development Services Team of specialists in planning and budgeting; regulation and compliance; gift processing and reporting; prospect research; market analysis insight; data protection, processing and analysis and oversee the successful integration of the individual specialist activities to support the mission and successful delivery of the University's strategic priorities.Experience of successfully managing and leading a high performing development services or operations team will be critical. You have excellent project and change management skills, developed within a large complex organisation. Analytical and technically savvy you have a highly developed knowledge and understanding of financial processes with proven experience of operational financial management, budgeting, analysis and reporting. As part of the DARO Senior Management Team you will work closely with the Director of Development & Alumni Relations in devising and delivering the overall departmental strategy.DARO’s vision is ‘to unite our global community to inspire positive change and transform people’s lives’.  The team culture is optimistic, collaborative and highly professional, where individual and team success is recognised in equal measure. DARO finds innovative solutions to challenges, embraces opportunities and change. Recently, significant investment has been secured to grow the DARO team. This investment will help to build on current strengths, extend our work with alumni, partners and supporters and harvest many new opportunities.If you believe you have the skills, aptitude and commitment to join the University of Bristol’s ambitious team and be a DARO champion, we look forward to hearing from you.

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Executive Head of Philanthropy

Client. University of Bristol

Location. Bristol, UK


Closing Date. Tuesday 6th June

Founded over a hundred years ago, the University of Bristol has revolutionised society with its cutting-edge research and education. An international powerhouse of learning, discovery and enterprise, the University’s excellence is acknowledged locally, nationally and globally. As a Russell Group university ranked in the top 50 universities in the world (QS 2016), Bristol’s future will be as remarkable as its past.A senior leadership position within Development & Alumni Relations Office (DARO), the Executive Head of Philanthropy will lead and manage a dynamic team of 17 specialists in principal and major donor giving, regular giving, legacies, cultivation and stewardship, trusts, foundations and corporations in order to grow philanthropic income to support the mission and delivery of the University's strategic priorities.To be successful in this role will require previous experience of managing and leading a high-performing fundraising team. You are self motivated and enjoy achieving ambitious targets. With a specialism in raising major gifts, you have a track record of securing six figure donations and higher, and supporting others in their solicitations. You will work closely with the Director of Development & Alumni Relations to develop and implement fundraising strategies.DARO’s vision is to ‘unite our global community to inspire positive change and transform people’s lives’.  The team culture is optimistic, collaborative and highly professional, where individual and team success is recognised in equal measure. DARO finds innovative solutions to challenges, embraces opportunities and change. Recently, significant investment has been secured to grow the DARO team. This investment will help to build on current strengths, extend our work with alumni, partners and supporters and harvest many new opportunities.If you believe you have the skills, aptitude and commitment to join the University of Bristol’s ambitious team and be a DARO champion, we look forward to hearing from you.

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Head of Trusts & Foundations

Client. The Nature Conservancy

Location. London, UK


Closing Date. Thursday 1st June

Founded in 1951, The Nature Conservancy is a leading, inter-disciplinary science conservation organisation making a positive impact around the world.  From coral reefs to tropical rainforests, it works to protect a myriad of habitats in order to preserve the diversity of life on Earth – for us and for future generations.  This is an exceptional opportunity for a strategic and creative individual to shape and lead the development and implementation of the Conservancy’s trusts and foundations strategy across the UK and Europe.  Working as part of a fledgling team in London, your track record of successfully managing a robust portfolio of trust relationships and securing gifts at the six-figure level or more will underpin your success in this role.You have confidence in your ability to operate at this strategic level, and have sophisticated  communication and influencing skills.  Your enterprising spirit will inspire colleagues around you to maximise philanthropic opportunities for the Conservancy. A collaborative, agile and approachable manner will enable you to thrive in this fast-paced environment and international team.  The work of The Nature Conservancy is bold and ambitious.  Its conservation projects and programs have positive measurable impact globally.  If you are keen to support its mission, and to apply your experience to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends, we would love to hear from you.

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Deputy Director of Development and Alumn...

Client. University of Leicester

Location. Leicester, UK


Closing Date. Wednesday 7th June

A unique high-profile opportunity has arisen to join the award-winning development team at the University of Leicester. This is an exciting time to be joining the University, which has just launched a new strategic plan, setting out its vision to pioneer a distinctive new elite of research-intensive universities. It is an opportunity to join a lively, energetic and global community, in which dedicated and talented people are helping to shape the future. The Development and Alumni Relations team will play an important role in helping to deliver a number of notable campaigns on the horizon in addition to the new Research Institutes, such as the National Space Park and a local enterprise impact campaign. To support these aspirations, the University is going through a period of significant fundraising growth and needs a Deputy Director of Development to build on previous successes. The successful candidate will work closely with the Director of Development and Alumni Relations to implement the strategy for raising at least £5m per annum from a variety of philanthropic sources. You will have primary responsibility for developing and implementing a comprehensive major gifts fundraising programme, including capital appeals.

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Director of Development

Client. Brisbane Girls Grammar School

Location. Brisbane, Australia


Closing Date. Friday 26th May

Brisbane Girls Grammar is an extraordinary school with a unique heritage of scholarship and innovation. This is exemplified by its talented and optimistic students, dedicated expert staff, and a supportive community of parents, alumnae and friends that value the finest traditions and aspirations in education.

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