Corporate Development Officer – Wales Millennium Centre [NOW CLOSED]

Corporate Development Officer

15 May 2017

 

This is an exciting opportunity for a bi-lingual Corporate Fundraising Officer experienced in working with corporate donors.

This is a new post reflecting the commitment of the Wales Millennium Centre to develop further its relationship with corporate sponsorship nationally and where appropriate internationally. This post will also work with the corporate Development Manager to build the Centre’s relations with corporate donors.

Since opening 12 years ago the Wales Millennium Centre has established a strong reputation for presenting, and latterly producing artistic work of global importance. This is complemented by a strong Creative Learning programme which the Centre wishes to develop further to have a broader and deeper impact on the communities that it serves across Wales.

Whilst based in the beautiful landmark building that many are familiar with in Cardiff Bay, this role will help enable the Centre to reach audiences and communities, from across Wales and internationally.

You can find out more about the work of the Centre in this short video.

This role will work closely with the Creative Team, helping to ensure that support from trusts and foundations is maximised when planning, producing and presenting the work of the Centre. This is a key role within the fundraising team and provides a fantastic opportunity for an emerging Corporate Fundraiser to develop their career further.

 

For a conversation about this role please contact Richard Newton at Richard Newton Consulting on 029 20 397 341 or at richard[email protected].

Full role descriptions and additional information about the Centre is contained in the application pack. To apply please forward a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role and a CV to [email protected] by Monday 12th June at 10am. Please put the job title in the subject line of your email.

Candidates are also requested to complete an online equal opportunities form which can be accessed here.