Prospectus is delighted to be partnering with the Film and Television Charity to recruit their new Membership Officer. A newly created post in a time of exciting growth and direction for the organisation, the Membership Officer will play a vital senior role in the Marketing, Communications and Fundraising team.
The Membership Officer will be responsible for shaping the offering and delivering the highest possible service to individual and corporate donors. Reporting to the Head of Fundraising, the Officer will work within a well-resourced team and will understand how to engage with individuals and corporates, developing and piloting a new individual offering to enhance existing membership programmes. The Officer will also support the Head of Fundraising on all corporate partnership work, an exciting area of development for the charity within the film and television sectors.
The selected candidate will have demonstrable fundraising experience and will be a committed fundraiser who loves moving from project to project on an hourly basis. You will ideally have a blend of fundraising experience across revenue streams and crucially, will be able to purposefully and positively accelerate new fundraising projects and partnerships. The selected candidate will have a keen interest in the organisation and understand the important role the UK film and television industries play in the international film and television industry.
Do get in touch with Ryan at Prospectus to learn about existing fundraising products and plans, as well as exciting developments for new fundraising products and sector-leading support for beneficiaries.
If you would like to find out more about our client and their role, or if you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch with the Fundraising Team at Prospectus. To register your interest in this position, please submit a Word version of your CV; cover letters are not required at this stage. A full job description will be provided to candidates upon being shortlisted by Prospectus.