This Development Manager role is an exciting opportunity to work on fundraising for the ICA from trusts and foundations and other statutory sources. From the Turner Prize nominated exhibition Forensic Architecture to a high-profile discussion with Chelsea Manning, recent months have shown that the ICA is going from strength to strength. This is role for an ambitious fundraising professional wanting to contribute to the ICA’s success as delivers an ever ambitious programme and a number of important strategic initiatives.
In this role you will work on identifying and researching new funding opportunities with the Head of Trusts and Foundations and developing strong relationships with current and prospective donors. If you have strong fundraising experience and the ability to use your creativity and initiative to identify new opportunities, we’d like to hear from you. Excellent communication skills are a necessity to excel in this role as is being a strong team player and
An interest in and knowledge of contemporary arts.
Contract: Permanent, Full time, 40 hours a week
Salary: Competitive; depending on experience (please state your current salary and your salary expectations in your application)
We encourage applications from all backgrounds, communities and industries, and we are committed to having a team that is made up of diverse skills, experiences and abilities. We actively encourage BAME and disabled applicants and value the positive impact that difference has on our teams.
To apply for this role, please submit a CV and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to Directors Office, ICA, 12 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5AH.
The deadline for this vacancy is midnight 28 October 2018 with interviews to follow soon after.
For more information about this position, please download the job description:
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