“Every 15 minutes, someone in the UK starts to lose their sight” Moorfields Eye Hospital and the UCL Institute of Ophthalmology have an exciting, once-in-a-generation opportunity to create a state-of-the-art integrated treatment, research and education centre in central London, which will benefit both patients and those with sight problems worldwide. Moorfields Eye Charity, in partnership with UCL, is in the early stages of a major campaign to raise £100m in support of this initiative. £75m will support the capital element and £25m will enhance and bolster the partnership’s research programme ahead of the move. We are seeking a Head of Major Gifts to lead the team responsible for securing major gifts from high net worth individuals, charitable foundations and corporates, working closely with the Director of Development. The post holder will play a key role in the strategic planning and delivery of the landmark £100m campaign and in addition, be responsible for personally securing lead gifts.With experience in a donor-facing fundraising role, you have a successful track record in securing gifts at the six figure level, and creating strategic solicitation and stewardship plans. Your excellent relationship building skills are likely to have been gained in a complex environment where you are working with academics or highly trained specialists. You are confident in your ability to operate externally at a senior level as an ambassador of Moorfields, and have the negotiation and diplomacy skills to do the same with internal audiences within the hospital and the Institute. Critical to your success will be your positive and pro-active approach to fundraising, and your knowledge of best practice in the field. An empathy for and understanding of the medical/health sector would be advantageous.
The Australian Brandenburg Orchestra is one of the
country’s leading major performing arts organisations. Led by Artistic Director
Paul Dyer, the Orchestra has provided joy to audiences, Australia-wide, for
almost three decades through its presentation of baroque and early classical
music. The Orchestra collaborates with the world’s leading early music
specialists and has won five ARIA awards for Best Classical Album, and a
Welcoming, collaborative, enterprising and provocative, the Design Museum is a global destination for contemporary design and creation.As the world's leading museum devoted to contemporary design in every form, from architecture and fashion to graphics, product and industrial design, the Design Museum opened its doors to an incredible new space in Kensington, in late 2016. The move from their former home in Shad Thames has tripled their exhibition space and allowed the opening of a permanent free display alongside two temporary exhibitions. In the first 12 weeks of opening, the Museum welcomed 250,000 visitors.To capitalise on this extremely successful move, the Museum is looking for a Head of Corporate Development to work closely with the Development Director in creating and implementing strategies to develop high value, sector-leading partnerships with corporate partners for the Design Museum programmes, through sponsorship, strategic partnerships and corporate events. Critical to your success in this role will be your proven track record of success in delivering corporate fundraising income against demanding targets, and in leading a high-performing team. Strategic and proactive, you have strong commercial acumen and the ability to work with key internal and external stakeholders at all levels. You are entrepreneurially minded, and seek and act upon new opportunities. If you’d like to work at the most exciting museum in London at a significant point in their history, we’d like to hear from you.
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.