Regular Giving Manager
University of London - Vice-Chancellor's Office
|Salary:||£34,030 to £41,137 per annum|
|Placed on:||12th October 2016|
|Closes:||7th November 2016|
With the establishment of a new Development Office at the University of London, there is a unique opportunity to join a growing development team which will play a significant role in meeting the huge potential for fundraising and engagement at the University. Whilst there is a history of philanthropic and practical support of the University from a range of constituents, now is the time to make a step-change to realising this potential.
We are seeking a Regular Giving Manager to play a key role in developing, implementing and establishing a best practice programme of regular giving amongst alumni and supporters of the central academic bodies of the University of London.
The Regular Giving Manager is a new role. The post will be responsible for developing, implementing and establishing a best practice programme of regular giving amongst alumni and supporters of the University of London. Working with staff across the central University, the role will focus on generating ongoing financial support from those constituencies linked to the central academic bodies of the University of London (the School of Advanced Study and its Institutes, Senate House Library, the University of London Institute in Paris and the University of London International Programmes).
To succeed in this role, you will have experience managing a successful programme of regular giving in the charity or higher education sectors, excellent relationship management and communication skills, and the ability to resolve problems with a “can-do” attitude. You will also have experience of using relationship management databases. If you have questions, or would like to discuss whether you think this is the right role for you, email Helen Walker firstname.lastname@example.org
The Development Office
The University of London’s new Development Office, part of the Vice-Chancellor’s Office, is responsible for nurturing relationships with our diverse constituencies, including alumni, friends, former staff, prospects, donors, organisations and trusts and foundations, with a view to cultivating their support for the University, our Institutes and departments. Successful engagement of these constituencies is a key part of fostering their support for the University.
- To apply, please submit a CV and cover letter using the link below
- The closing datefor applications is at midnight 7 November 2016, with interviews provisionally scheduled to take place either on 17 or 24 November 2016.
- The University offers membership to the Universities’ Superannuation Scheme (USS).
- Pursuing equal opportunities and excellence in education.
Share this job
Type / Role: