Development Managers - Corporate, Trust and Individuals

Employer
Chichester Festival Theatre
Location
Chichester, West Sussex
Salary
£28,000 - £35,000
Closing date
4 Feb 2022

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Function
Fundraising, Corporate Fundraising, Major Donor/ Gifts, Legacies Fundraising, Trusts & Foundations
Sector
Arts / Culture
Hours
Full Time
Contract Type
Permanent
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Are you an experienced individual fundraiser or relationship manager looking for a new challenge? Do you have a passion for the creative arts and are looking for a role with more joy and incredible impact?    If so, we would love to hear from you.

The arts make life worth living. Be part of something amazing.

Chichester Festival Theatre are looking for two new members to join their successful Development Team as Development Manager (Corporate and Trust) and Senior Development Manager (Individuals)

Ahead of our 60th anniversary in 2022, this is an exciting time to join a successful theatre that is growing. 

The role of Senior Development Manager (c£35K -  closing date 4 Feb) will focus on leading on individual giving whilst the role of Development Manager ( £28K - £29K - closing date 24 Jan) will focus on leading our corporate and trust fundraising.  

Full details of both opportunities, along with application forms can be found by visiting the jobs section on our website - found under the heading About Us

Development Manager (Corporate and Trust)

The Development Manager is responsible for leading and delivering the corporate and trust strategy to maximise all potential from these income streams. In support of the Development Department’s fundraising strategy, this role will maintain and grow income from CFT’s corporate supporters, trusts and foundations. A key element of this role is the development of corporate packages and working to establish new ways in which our partners can engage with and support CFT through both sponsorship and corporate social responsibility.

The role is responsible for the management of new and existing trusts and foundation donors. As part of cultivating and stewarding relationships the Development Manager will devise and develop donor plans for all corporate supporters, researching and sourcing intelligence to maximise fundraising opportunities. 

This role is fundamental to the management and development of our existing and prospective corporate and trust relationships in support of the wider Development strategy for CFT.

The post holder line manages a Development Officer who focuses on account management for existing corporate supporters, corporate events and smaller trust applications. As part of our commitment to creating a learning and coaching environment, we have a responsibility to develop all team members to ensure we are constantly evolving and demonstrating best practice. The role will also manage a freelance Bid Writer who works on larger trust applications.

Senior Development Manager (Individuals) 

The Senior Development Manager is responsible for maximising the lifetime giving from individuals to CFT via donations, campaigns and legacies through in-person, direct marketing and digital fundraising methods. The role will manage a small team including the Development Manager responsible for individual memberships, a Friends Administrator and Events Officer. This role will maintain and grow income from CFT’s individual members and donors, across their lifetime.   

The role is fundamental to the management and development of our existing and prospective relationships in support of the wider Development strategy for CFT.

The post holder line-manages a small team and as part of our commitment to create a learning and coaching environment, has a responsibility to develop the team members to ensure we are constantly evolving and demonstrating best practice

Our ambition is to promote inclusivity, accessibility and diversity, and to ensure rich opportunities for all people, regardless of age, culture and social background, to feel inspired, challenged and excited by the arts.   

 

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