Associate Director, London
Department/ Location: Cambridge, Development and Alumni Relations
Salary: £42,149 - £53,348
The International and Regional Programmes Team is expanding, and the Associate Director, London is a key appointment. You will work to build and strengthen their alumni and friends networks in London where some of the University's most important and longstanding supporters are based. You will have the opportunity to work on six and seven figure gifts, securing philanthropic support for priorities such as Widening Participation, a new Children's Hospital, Food Security, Conservation Solutions, Reproductive Health, Sport and the Performing Arts.
They have a great team for you to work with and one that cares a lot about each other. With extraordinary aspirations, it is their belief that they can help solve world problems by generating the very students and academics who will discover the answers to them. You will have the opportunity to be part of the close of the enormously successful £2 billion Dear World... Yours, Cambridge, and the planning for the one which will follow, and you will find yourself among colleagues who are amongst the very best in the business.
You will be a talented major gifts fundraiser or equivalent who wants to secure gifts at the transformational level. You will be a self-starter, collaborative, robust and innovative in approach. Key to your success will be the ability to engage with high net worth individuals, senior level staff across Collegiate Cambridge, academics and with key stakeholders, both internally and externally.
This position is an exciting opportunity to join a team that works at the cutting edge of what we do at an institution where philanthropy has real impact. They have extraordinary aspirations and know they can make these a reality - come and be a part of the team.
This role is based in central Cambridge - they are open to hybrid working which can be discussed at interview.
The postholder will need to be able to travel frequently to the London area as well as occasionally travel within the UK.
Closing Date: 10 February 2022
First round interviews for this position are anticipated to take place week commencing 28 February 2022.
Second round interviews for this position anticipated to take place week commencing 7 March 2022.
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