Trusts and Public Partnerships Officer
TRUSTS AND PUBLIC PARTNERSHIPS OFFICER
Minority Rights Group International
MRG is looking to recruit a Trusts & Public Partnerships Officer reporting to Head of Development and Partnerships.
This is a part-time, 12- month post based at the MRG office in London. The position is 3 days per week with the possibility to increase the number of days as well as the duration of the contract if/when budgets permit.
Salary: Grade C 32,592 GBP (per annum, pro rata 19,555.2 GBP) plus generous pension scheme.
MRG is seeking to recruit a dynamic and experienced Trusts and Public Partnership Officer to join its Development & Partnerships team. This role will be key to leading on increasing the funding MRG receives from trusts and foundations and beginning work for the organisation on major donors and corporate donors. The post holder will also be asked to engage in statutory fundraising to support other staff in the team during busy periods & will need to take responsibility for a share of donor compliance work.
Successful candidates should have at least two-year’s work experience relevant to the role and a one year proven track record in successfully identifying and contacting Trusts and Foundations (small to large; based in the UK or abroad), writing successful funding applications to Trusts and Foundations (small to large; based in the UK or abroad), identifying major donor prospects (in ways other than sifting wealthy individuals from an existing set of individual donors) and/or corporate donors and a proven track record of at least one year in nurturing and securing funding from major donors and/or corporate donors.
Candidates should be enthusiastic about working in a multicultural environment, committed to equal opportunities, aims and objectives of MRG.
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Deadline for applications is 11th January 2019.
MRG values diversity. Applicants from ethnic, religious or linguistic minority communities are particularly encouraged to apply as are people with disabilities.