Senior Development Manager
Institute of Contemporary Arts
Permanent, Full time, 40 hours per week including some evenings and weekends 

Salary £35,000 – £40,000, depending on qualifications and experience 

This is a fantastic opportunity for an ambitious fundraiser to make a significant impact at the ICA. The Senior Development Manager – Individual Giving will lead on the day to day management of the Friends scheme at the ICA. Reporting to the Head of Development but also working closely with the Director, Stefan Kalmár, and Director of Finance, alongside the Deputy Director, and Chief Curator, your responsibility will be to grow the ICA’s Friends Scheme which supports the ICA’s acclaimed programme. Our annual Individual Giving target is £650K. 

As Senior Development Manager – Individual Giving, your responsibility is to build and maintain excellent relationships with new as well as current donors including ICA Friends and Global Friends of the ICA. You will work with the Development Team and the Senior Management Team to ensure a cohesive and high achieving Development plan for the ICA. With your highly entrepreneurial approach, we will work together to increase the ICA’s capacity to influence and inspire. 

Job Description and Person Specification

Closing date for applications is midnight, Sunday 2nd June 2019 with interviews to follow soon after. 

To apply for this role, please submit a CV and Covering Letter here
Equal Opportunities:
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