19th April 2013

Head of Prospect Information & Analysis – University of Cambridge Development and Alumni Relations Office

Grade 10, £50,186 – £58,156 In exceptional circumstances, it may be possible to offer a supplement to the salary range stated for this role of up to £60,000. Any such supplement would be awarded on the basis of a demonstrable history of exceptional achievement and is entirely at the discretion of the University. The University of Cambridge is a global leader in education and research – a centre of excellence for over 800 years where people, ideas and achievements continue to transform and benefit the world. Building on the success of the University’s 800th Anniversary Campaign – the first European university campaign to raise more than £1 billion philanthropically – the University is now expanding its development and alumni relations team to ensure that its academic pre-eminence continues to be matched by its leadership in philanthropy. The Head of Prospect Information & Analysis is a key member of a new Senior Management Team within the University of Cambridge Development and Alumni Relations Office, who will set and lead the delivery of our prospect information and management strategy, providing critical support to the fundraising function of the University.  Leading the University’s research, analytics and prospect information functions, this team will be […]
19th April 2013

Head of Major Gifts – University Wide – University of Cambridge Development and Alumni Relations Office

Grade 11, £54,826 – £63,535 In exceptional circumstances, it may be possible to offer a supplement to the salary range stated for this role of up to £80,000. Any such supplement would be awarded on the basis of a demonstrable history of exceptional achievement and is entirely at the discretion of the University. The University of Cambridge is a global leader in education and research – a centre of excellence for over 800 years where people, ideas and achievements continue to transform and benefit the world. Building on the success of the University’s 800th Anniversary Campaign – the first European university campaign to raise more than £1 billion philanthropically – the University is now expanding its development and alumni relations team to ensure that its academic pre-eminence continues to be matched by its leadership in philanthropy. The Head of Major Gifts – University Wide is a key member of a new Senior Management Team within the University of Cambridge Development and Alumni Relations Office.  With responsibility for the design, support and delivery of a key element of our major gifts programme, the Head will lead the team focused on attracting six and seven figure gifts to support University-wide priorities (in […]
19th April 2013

Head of Major Gifts – Schools Based – University of Cambridge Development and Alumni Relations Office

Grade 11, £54,826 – £63,535 In exceptional circumstances, it may be possible to offer a supplement to the salary range stated for this role of up to £80,000. Any such supplement would be awarded on the basis of a demonstrable history of exceptional achievement and is entirely at the discretion of the University. The University of Cambridge is a global leader in education and research – a centre of excellence for over 800 years where people, ideas and achievements continue to transform and benefit the world. Building on the success of the University’s 800th Anniversary Campaign – the first European university campaign to raise more than £1 billion philanthropically – the University is now expanding its development and alumni relations team to ensure that its academic pre-eminence continues to be matched by its leadership in philanthropy. The Head of Major Gifts – Schools Based is a key member of a new Senior Management Team within the University of Cambridge Development and Alumni Relations Office, with responsibility for the design, support and delivery of a key element of our major gifts programme, leading the team, focused on attracting six and seven figure gifts to support specific Schools and Departments across the […]
19th April 2013

Head of Alumni and Supporter Relations – University of Cambridge Development and Alumni Relations Office

Grade 10, £50,186 – £58,156 In exceptional circumstances, it may be possible to offer a supplement to the salary range stated for this role of up to £60,000. Any such supplement would be awarded on the basis of a demonstrable history of exceptional achievement and is entirely at the discretion of the University. The University of Cambridge is a global leader in education and research – a centre of excellence for over 800 years where people, ideas and achievements continue to transform and benefit the world. Building on the success of the University’s 800th Anniversary Campaign – the first European university campaign to raise more than £1 billion philanthropically – the University is now expanding its development and alumni relations team to ensure that its academic pre-eminence continues to be matched by its leadership in alumni engagement and philanthropy. The Head of Alumni and Supporter Relations is a key member of a new Senior Management Team in the University of Cambridge Development and Alumni Relations Office with responsibility for the design and delivery of the University’s global engagement strategy for alumni and key supporters. She or he will lead a team of 20 staff overseeing the alumni relations, events, volunteer […]
5th April 2013

Trinity College, Cambridge – Major Gifts Officer

Attractive salary and benefits  Home-based; London-based Trinity College, one of the largest Colleges in Cambridge and consistently ranked as one of the top performing, is seeking a London-based Major Gifts Officer. Established in 1546 by Henry VIII, Trinity, which counts individuals such as Sir Isaac Newton and Francis Bacon amongst its alumni, continues to flourish and grow, and is now home to around 600 undergraduates, 300 graduates, and over 180 Fellows.  Trinity prides itself in providing its members with a rewarding, richly resourced and intellectually inspiring place in which to pursue their education and research. It attracts a lively and diverse student population from every corner of the UK and around the world. As Major Gifts Officer you will join an ambitious Development and Alumni Relations team with responsibility for a portfolio of around 150mid-level donors, leading on cultivating and securing 5 and 6 figures gifts with a focus on the Greater London area. This is a new role which will provide an important link between our Annual Giving Programme (regular committed support generated by phone and direct mail) and the Campaign Director as the College prepares to launch a new fundraising campaign that will support and coincide with the […]
5th April 2013

Trinity College, Cambridge – Head of the Office of Alumni Relations and Development

Attractive salary and benefits  Trinity College, one of the largest Colleges in Cambridge and consistently ranked as one of the top performing, is seeking a Head of the Office of Alumni Relations and Development. Established in 1546 by Henry VIII, Trinity, which counts individuals such as Sir Isaac Newton and Francis Bacon amongst its alumni, continues to flourish and grow, and is now home to around 600 undergraduates, 300 graduates, and over 180 Fellows.  Trinity prides itself in providing its members with a rewarding, richly resourced and intellectually inspiring place in which to pursue their education and research. It attracts a lively and diverse student population from every corner of the UK and around the world. Working with the Campaign Director, this role offers a career defining opportunity to lead and grow Trinity’s ambitious Alumni Relations and Development Office as the College prepares to launch a new fundraising campaign which is set to coincide with and support the next University of Cambridge’s campaign. The successful candidate will have the ability to manage and motivate a team, as well as a proven track record of building relationships either in the context of fundraising or Alumni Relations. With experience ideally gained in […]
27th March 2013

The University of Oxford – Head of Development – Corporate

Location: Wellington Square, Oxford, OX1 2J     Salary:  £50,186 – £58,157 per annum with possible extension to £63,536 Permanent, Full-Time The University of Oxford is one of Europe’s most innovative and entrepreneurial universities, which enjoys an international reputation as a world-class centre of excellence in research and teaching. It employs over 10,000 staff and has a student population of over 21,000. In 2008 we launched ‘Oxford Thinking’, the biggest philanthropic campaign in European history, and surpassed our target of £1.25 billion in 2012; we have now set a revised target of £3 billion. To help us to achieve this new goal we have created the new post of Head of Development – Corporate, to lead and drive a new strategy that will create a step change in our corporate fundraising. This role requires a talented, versatile and results focused professional who can lead and deliver a new strategy to secure sustainable philanthropic support from the corporate sector both in the UK and worldwide. Your business insight and understanding of the corporate world and corporate philanthropy will have been gained at a senior level in either a strategic corporate fundraising role or strategic  sales/commercial/consultancy role within the commercial sector. A graduate or […]
22nd February 2013

Tavistock Centre for Couple Relationships (TCCR) – Chief Operating Officer (COO)

London Salary £70k + benefits The Tavistock Centre for Couple Relationships (TCCR) is a dynamic growing charity that aims to improve the quality of adult couple relationships, prevent family breakdown and enhance the lives of children. We do this through the provision of training and consultancy, delivering specialist therapeutic services, and policy development and research. We are a national organisation, with an international reputation for excellence and innovation both here and abroad. As we embark on an exciting next phase of growth we’re now looking for a capable, creative and highly self-motivated individual to join our Leadership Team as COO. This new role is broad in scope and will help build organisational and staff capacity. It requires attention to both the nuts and bolts of day-to-day operations (including IT, Finance, Facilities and HR) and administration through to exercising leadership in high-level and often complex contexts with expert professional staff. More than anything, we expect this appointment to support us, helping us drive the changes we are making, ensuring the organisation continues to fully exploit the opportunities we have been given, whilst preserving what is best about TCCR’s organisational values and culture. We are looking for a hands on, solutions focused […]