Shakespeare’s Globe seeks Capital Campaigns Manager

Closing Date: 29 March 2020

Shakespeare's Globe

Location: London

Remuneration: £32,000 to £34,000

Description

The view from the yard at The Globe theatre. There are many people stood in front of the stage watching a play.
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Shakespeare’s Globe is currently seeking a Capital Campaigns Manager to join our Development department. This is an excellent opportunity to join the Globe as we begin our most transformative project to date.

The purpose of this job is to write and submit compelling applications to Trusts and Foundations, and to initiate and build long-term relationships with individual philanthropists. You will write inspirational proposals and collateral for the public campaign as well as ensure that grant awards are reported on and evaluated in a timely manner.

The successful candidate will have experience working in a Development department, excellent written and verbal communication skills, and proven experience of working effectively as part of a team. You will also have highly developed interpersonal skills, and the ability to maintain professionalism and confidentiality when dealing with sensitive information and business matters.

As hosting donors at events and performances is a key part of this role, some evening and weekend working will be required, but outside of this we are happy to talk flexible working with the right candidate/s.

For more information and to apply, please download the job description from our website and return your completed application to recruitment@shakespearesglobe.com by midnight on 29th March 2020.

We regret that because of the high volume of anticipated applications, we may be unable to contact unsuccessful candidates. If you have a query, please email recruitment@shakespearesglobe.com.

The Shakespeare Globe Trust aims to be an equal opportunities employer
We are proud to be a strategic partner of PIPA (Parents and Carers in Performing Arts)
The Shakespeare Globe Trust is a registered charity No. 266916