Job Opportunity – Tullie House Museum & Art Gallery

Head of Fundraising
Up to £37,500 per annum

Fromm Tullie House:

Are you a creative and ambitious fundraiser?  Do you believe in Culture as a powerful force for enriching lives?  We are seeking a confident, professional individual with the expertise to help build a focus on fundraising as a core income stream at Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery Trust.  The Head of Fundraising’s main objectives will be to raise funds for the Tullie House Trust from a variety of sources, including trusts and foundations, face-to-face fundraising and a legacy programme.  As part of a small and successful team, you will focus on fundraising for an established Museum and Art Gallery and also on fundraising for all aspects of the Trust’s work such as project funding and infrastructure.

With a degree and a credible, demonstrable track record of major fundraising from individuals, trusts/foundations, corporates and other relevant sources and your oral and written communication will be articulate and persuasive.  You will have a creative, positive and proactive approach.  You will have the ability to work to deadlines and prioritise independently when necessary, but also have excellent interpersonal skills, self-confidence in social and business situations, and a strong “customer” focus.

A competitive remuneration is available for the right candidate.

Independent consultants will be considered for this post.

Interviews will take place week commencing 31st March 2014

For further details and an information pack please returnable by 12 noon on 21st March 2014 visit: www.carlisle.gov.uk or email vacancies@carlisle.gov.uk or phone us on 01228 817080 (24 hours answer phone) Quoting the post number TH050

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