An experienced fundraising professional is required as soon as possible to lead the Development Office to continue and progress the momentum of the department. The person appointed is likely to have either a fund-raising, marketing, sales or a similar background and to understand the core elements of Development. The key elements of the role are to match the passions of donors with the needs and aspirations of the organisation, in order to realise a range of projects.
It is envisaged that initially responsibilities will revolve around the requirements of Princethorpe College, but in time and with suitable resources this will be extended to include all of the Foundation’s schools.
Offering a competitive salary, this is an excellent opportunity to join the fast growing Foundation that values its staff and offers a rewarding benefits package including discounted places for staff, a pension scheme, child care vouchers and a cycle to work scheme.
Application: To apply for this vacancy applicants must submit a Princethorpe College application form, together with a CV and covering letter detailing your personal qualities, experience and how you meet the person specification for the role. Applicants must ensure the application form is fully completed, including a detailed career history with specific dates.
Closing date: Monday 29 April 2019 at 9.00am and interviews are likely to be held on Tuesday 7 May at Princethorpe..
Further details and an application form are available from the College website https://www.theprincethorpefoundation.co.uk/join-us
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Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service.The Princethorpe Foundation. Registered office Princethorpe College, Rugby. CV23 9PX. Company registered in England & Wales and Limited by Guarantee Number 4177718. Registered Charity Number 1087124