Philanthropy Lead, Winchester

Reference No.n/a Location:Winchester, Hampshire Salary:Circa £36,000 FTE per annum (Negotiable) Closing date:13/10/2019 Job Description:

Hampshire Cultural Trust is looking for an experienced a highly motivated philanthropy professional to develop and drive a new high value donor strategy for the organisation. The successful candidate will be have the opportunity to be creative and innovative, taking the lead in establishing and embedding a key income stream. The post-holder will build strong relationships with donors to secure transformational gifts, contributing a range of revenue, project and capital funding. They will work closely with the Fundraising Manager to deliver key campaigns in line with Hampshire Cultural Trust’s fundraising strategy, working to agreed targets and growing philanthropic income year-on-year.
The successful candidate will be a dynamic and experienced fundraiser with a professional, flexible and positive approach. They will thrive in a fast-paced environment, coping with pressures while delivering results. They will also be adept at presenting, communicating and working with other people, and will have excellent relating, networking, persuading and influencing skills.
If you are looking for an opportunity to join a dynamic organisation and promote the world-class culture and heritage that Hampshire has to offer, visit our website to find out more and how to apply,

Closing date for applications: Sunday 13 October 2019
Interview date: Tuesday 22 and Wednesday 23 October 2019

About the trust
Hampshire Cultural Trust was established in 2014 to promote Hampshire as a great cultural county, and our vision is to be renowned for creating world-class cultural experiences that enrich and transform lives. We manage and support 26 arts and museums attractions across Hampshire and deliver county-wide outreach programmes that bring great culture to local communities. We also deliver a diverse range of wider social impact initiatives targeted at those who are most vulnerable or disadvantaged and who would not usually have access to arts and culture.
HCT is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring service. Applicants successful at interview may be required to undergo Disclosure and Barring service checks as applicable to the role.

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