Closing Date: 5 March 2018
Location: Canterbury or remote working
Remuneration: Starting salary 0.6 of £31-32k pa FTE (£18,600-£19,200 actual) depending on experience, plus contributory pension (3% employer/3% employee)
HEAD OF DEVELOPMENT
Part-time (21 hrs pw), fixed term (12 mths with strong potential to extend or renew)
Arts. Kindness. Social Change.
Whatever the setting, art form, theme or audience, our work celebrates the positive in people and places, and is designed to bring different kinds of people together. We are a small team with a national and international impact. We run projects and events, commission artists to make new work, carry out rigorous research, support others in making a positive difference in their own settings, and contribute to policy at local and national level to help understand and evaluate the social impact of the arts.
In order to make sure we continue growing sustainably and imaginatively, we have created a new role of Head of Development to become our first dedicated fundraiser and to support our Chief Executive in their strategic development work.
This is an exciting new post, requiring someone with experience in raising significant levels of funds alongside engaging communication skills and a team-minded way of working. It is important that the person joining People United shares our ethics and values, is committed to equality and diversity, and can work effectively within a small team.
If you are looking for your next development role within an organisation that is open to flexible ways of working, then we would encourage you to find out more about us at: peopleunited.org.uk
Application form, CV and cover letter. Information pack and application form available at http://peopleunited.org.uk/resources/
Closing date for applications: 1pm, Monday 5 March 2018
First round interviews (Canterbury): currently planned for Monday 19 March 2018
Second round interviews (Canterbury or London, tbc): these will be scheduled as needed, subject to availability
Please note we have retained Year One Consulting to help with this recruitment. For an informal and confidential discussion about the role, the application process or any access requirements, please call Mary Ann le Lean on 01227 811 777 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We welcome applications from all sections of the community. We value diversity and welcome and encourage applications from everyone.