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14-18 NOW

Archived: Head of Development

Lambeth, London

Competitive salary and benefits

14-18 NOW is a programme of contemporary arts experiences connecting people with the First World War, as part of the UK’s official centenary commemorations.  Working closely with major arts organisations nationally and internationally including Tate, Barbican, National Theatre of Scotland and Belfast International Arts Festival, 14-18 NOW has commissioned over 100 artworks including visual arts, music, dance, literature and theatre, which have been seen by over 20 million people to date.

Reporting to the Brand and Communications Director and working closely with the Chair of the Board, Chair of the Development Advisory Group and Director, the Head of Development is responsible for leading the fundraising strategy and development team, to achieve ambitious income targets from a range of sources including Corporate, Individuals and Trusts & Foundations to support our programmes.

Critical to your success in this role will be your ability to swiftly establish credibility and influence, motivate and mobilise key internal and external stakeholders.  You will have a demonstrable personal track record in fundraising or donor development to secure significant gifts at the 5 and 6-figure level and above.  You enjoy using your sophisticated communication skills to operate at a strategic level, and your experience of maintaining an outstanding level of donor stewardship and developing a robust network of contacts, will be essential. Your collaborative nature will inspire those around you and enable you to help realise the ambitions of 14-18 NOW.

If you are interested in joining an exciting and engaging part of the UK’s official centenary commemorations, please visit www.richmond-associates.com, or to arrange a discussion with the consulting team please contact Mairead Bree, Junior Consultant at Richmond Associates: mbree@richmond-associates.com, +44 (0)20 3617 9240.

Closing date for applications: 9am on Friday, 27th May 2016.


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