Development Manager (Campaigns)

Organisation
Hall for Cornwall
Reference
VAC-4380
Sector
Creative Arts, Design, Culture & Humanities
Location
Truro
Salary Details
£30,000 per annum, pro rata
Hours of work
Part time, 0.6 FTE (22.5 hours a week)
Job Type
Temporary|Part Time
Closing Date
24/04/2019
We’re looking for a brilliant Development Manager to take part in the final stages of our redevelopment fundraising journey - to help us realise our vision, re-open the doors and welcome in our community in Autumn 2020.

Job Description

Fixed term until 31 December 2019
 
Transforming our Future 
On 2 June 2018, we closed our theatre to embark on the biggest transformation in our history – to ensure we can open up the power of performance to more people than ever and allow the next generation to flourish. 
 
We’ve been delighted that so many people have been inspired by our vision, and we’ve raised 90% of £21.6 million target to date.
 
Now we’re looking for a brilliant Development Manager to join the team to take part in the final stages of our journey, to help us realise our vision, re-open the doors and welcome in our community in Autumn 2020.
 
The person we’re looking for will have…

  • Extensive experience of driving strategy to engage individual and corporate supporters.
  • Tenacity to achieve specific targets through individual giving and corporate partnerships.
  • Creativity and ideas and a ‘no stone left unturned’ approach to development.
  • A ‘we’re all in’ values-led approach - passion, empathy, grit and gusto in everything you do.

It would be great if you…

  • Understand the challenges of rural communities and the uniqueness of beautiful Cornwall.
  • Love theatre and the creative arts.

What it’s like to work here

  • We are a small but ambitious team, pulling together to realise a state-of-the-art theatre for Cornwall.
  • Based in the heart of Truro, we work in a creative and collaborative environment.

Company Description

Hall For Cornwall is the county's only large scale indoor theatre.  On 2 June 2018, we closed the building to embark on the biggest transformation in our history – to ensure we can open-up the power of performance to more people than ever and allow the next generation to flourish.  Over the last ten years, we have welcomed over 2 million people to 3,700 performances with 5,000 school bookings bringing over 100,000 young people to the venue. We’ve contributed £16million a year into the local economy and created hundreds of jobs and creative opportunities. Looking forward means reaching further. We want 200,000 people a year to come and see a show with us and want to give 50,000 more young people the chance to shine on stage and off, which is why we’re building a new theatre for Cornwall. A new kind of public space in the heart of our county, where all are welcome, where the next generation can find its feet, where families and the community can come together to brighten their everyday and where Cornwall’s creative talent can break new ground.

Other Application Details

For more information, including a full job description visit our website using the apply button.
 
Closing date for applications:        Wednesday 24 April, at midnight
Interviews will be held:                   week commencing 29 April

CVs will not be accepted. No agencies please.

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