Development and Alumni Communications Officer

University of Oxford - St Antony’s College

An exciting opportunity has arisen in the Development Office at St Antony’s College. The Development team leads the fundraising work of the College, organising events and campaigns to raise money, and maintains regular communication with Alumni all over the world.

The Development and Alumni Communications Officer is responsible for providing a range of high-level administrative support as well as engaging in fundraising activities and communications with alumni. Overall you will ensure the efficient running of the Development Office and that the work is effectively supported with the appropriate systems and processes to maintain high standards.

You will be highly organised with meticulous attention to detail and be able to work with minimum supervision. You will be and able to work at pace and to juggle conflicting priorities and complex activities within a short time frame on a daily basis. You can demonstrate the confidence and communication skills to work with a variety of stakeholders and the discretion to manage sensitive information. In addition, you will have excellent IT skills and the ability to use databases proficiently to facilitate monitoring and reporting as required.  Experience of working in the University sector is desirable.

In return, we offer excellent benefits including 41 days holiday, free lunches, and access to training and qualifications.

To apply, download further information and an application form from St Antony’s College website:

https://www.sant.ox.ac.uk/about/vacancies/staff

Closing date is 12.00 noon on Thursday 2nd November 2017

Interviews will be held on Friday 10th November 2017

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