Charity People are pleased to have partnered with The Mozartists who are looking for a Development Manager to manage their relationship based fundraising program. This is fantastic opportunity to blend your fundraising experience with your passion for music.
About The Mozartists
The Mozartists was founded by conductor and Artistic Director Ian Page to explore and bring to life the music of Mozart and his contempories, combining music flair and excellence with a vibrant spirit of discovery. The company has received wide-spread acclaim for its imaginative programming, it’s world-class recordings and it’s work in developing exceptional young singers.
Culture & Benefits
- Work with world-class performers
- Positive and collaborative team
- Competitive salary (£35, 000 – £40, 000)
- 25 days holiday + pension
About the role
This is a fantastic opportunity to lead a diverse fundraising portfolio. You will manage an existing donor portfolio but also identify new income streams. Currently the focus of the role is raising income from major donors and trusts and foundations. You will be responsible for developing relationships with donors/funders and submitting grant application. You will also provide sophisticated stewardship.
Our ideal candidate will be a positive and ambitious fundraiser with a proven track record of developing income from trusts & foundations and/or philanthropy.
You will be strategic and an excellent writer, able to identify funding opportunities and submit compelling grant applications. You will have excellent attention to detail which translates into the way you communicate with and steward your donors.
You will be friendly and collaborative with a natural enthusiasm that not only adds to the culture of your team but also enables you to easily build rapport and develop long term relationships.
This is a permanent, full-time role based in London, with a mix of in office and home working.
To apply please send your CV to [email protected] or call Emma on 020 7939 7436 for more information. We encourage you to apply as soon as possible as interviews are happening on a rolling basis.
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