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Arts Jobs: Fundraiser ** deadline 29 May 2015 ** Creative Future, Brighton

The Fundraiser will be responsible for developing high level partnerships with a wide range of trusts, foundations and corporate supporters in order to secure funding for the Creative Foundation’s projects, working alongside the Development Manager.

This is an exciting opportunity for a motivated and entrepreneurial individual. We are looking for someone who shares our drive, determination, tenacity and passion. The Fundraiser will have an outward-facing background, such as fundraising, marketing or sales. Motivated and persuasive with first class communication skills, the post holder will have the ability to form strong relationships with funders and colleagues and engage with a range of stakeholders at a senior level.

We are looking for someone who has:

Experience of writing an application for funding

Experience in trust and foundation fundraising

Good knowledge of public and private sector funding sources, structures and organisations

Good knowledge of fundraising techniques

Sound experience of developing and pitching proposals

Hours: Full time or part time

How to apply:

Download an application pack here: http://www.creativefoundation.org.uk/job-opportunities/

Contact: Penni Pierce pennipierce@creativefoundation.org.uk

Closing date for applications: Friday 29th May 2015

 

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