Posted: 11/12/2018
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33,000-£35,000 pa
Permanent - 35 hrs pw
Who we are
The Old Royal Naval College is one of London’s most popular visitor attractions, at the heart of the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site, welcoming 1.2m visitors annually. This is a truly exciting time to join the organisation - we are embarking on our most ambitious transformation to become an extraordinary cultural destination. We are doing this by living our values of Bold | Embracing | Imaginative | Resourceful.

The role
The Greenwich Foundation for the Old Royal Naval College is looking to appoint a Trusts and Research Manager to join our Development team as we implement a new revenue fundraising strategy.

The post holder’s key responsibilities will be to secure income from Trusts, Foundations and statutory funders, and to identify and research prospects for individual giving and corporate support. They will collaborate with colleagues to identify projects for support and use their experience of the trust funding sector to prepare suitable approaches and applications. They will support the wider development and executive team in providing detailed research to inform cultivation and stewardship strategies. Reporting directly into the Head of Development they will play a vital role in establishing a new fundraising operation at the Old Royal Naval College.

Applicants must be able to demonstrate the following essential requirements:
• Proved experience of identifying, researching and writing successful trust applications or donor profiles
• Ability to write and present complex information fluently, clearly, succinctly and accurately
• Evidence of being proactive, self-motivated and target driven with a track record of achieving results

(For the full job description and person specification, please click Trusts Research Manager JD FINAL.pdf).
Applicants should apply by submitting a CV and covering letter (2 pages maximum), outlining how you fulfil the requirements of the person specification. Please send your application via email or post by the closing date as outlined below, marked PRIVATE & CONFIDENTIAL to:
HR Department, The Old Royal Naval College, 2 Cutty Sark Gardens, Greenwich,
London, SE10 9LW

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