22nd April 2013

Chief Executive – Edinburgh University Students’ Association

Competitive salary + benefits Edinburgh Edinburgh University Students’ Association (EUSA) is run by students, for students. It is one of the most exciting and vibrant Students’ Unions in the UK with a great heritage and huge future potential.    It provides a diverse range of services ranging from entertainment, welfare and representation to its 30,000 members and exists to help students get the most out of their time at university. Working alongside one of the most prestigious universities in the UK, EUSA is an independent registered charity employing nearly 500 staff with a turnover of £9.8m. Our mission is to ensure a world class student experience for all students at the University of Edinburgh and our student-led democratic structure is designed to ensure that the interests of our members are heard and represented. Situated in the centre of Edinburgh, our venues play host to one of the biggest cultural events in the world – The Edinburgh Fringe Festival. We have won national awards for our work in supporting students and have over 200 student societies and a Volunteer Centre which provide extensive opportunities for students to get involved. The organisation has faced challenges but is looking to the future. We are […]
19th April 2013

Trustee – Kent Union

Kent Union is the representative body for students of the University of Kent and Provides wide-ranging services for its members across Kent. The Union is a charity with revenues of £10 millon and 600 staff; it’s also a campaigning and member-led organisation. Our services range from a nightclub to a nursery, employment agency to shops, advice centre to 300 sports clubs and societies. This Trustee will Chair the Appointments and Governance Committee, which requires candidates to demonstrate a firm grasp of good governance, exhibit a commitment to the Seven Priniciples of experience of working in the Third Sector, ideally with a membership or campaigning organisation. Expertise in campaigning, politics or fundraising would be useful, but is not essential. We are seeking applications from non-male candidates, as make up the majority of our current Board; we also particularly welcome applications from ethnic minorities and/or people with disabilities, so that we can ensure our  our Board reflects the communities we serve. For an application pack with more information about the role and Kent Union, please contact Emily Benjamin at emily@peridotpartners.co.uk or 020 7866 5455. For an initial conversation about this opportunity  please contact our recruitment consultant Grant Taylor on 020 7866 5455 or 07958 […]
19th April 2013

Head of Alumni and Development Communications – 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 Development Communications 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 both the internal and external communication strategies that will support the University’s ambitious alumni relations and development programme. Leading a multi-faceted communications team of 13 staff, […]
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 […]