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Head of Development, Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance

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Head of Development

Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance

London, UK

Competitive salary and benefits

With a reputation for innovation and forward-thinking, and as the UK’s only conservatoire of music, musical theatre and contemporary dance, Trinity Laban is internationally recognised as being at the fore-front of training in its art forms.

This is an exciting time to join Trinity Laban. We have plans to transform our sites and spaces, and significantly grow philanthropic income and engagement to nurture the creative talent within our diverse community.

Reporting to the Director of Corporate Affairs, you will lead a small and motivated development team. Working closely with the Executive team and senior managers to contribute to the leadership of the Trinity Laban, you will play a key role in achieving ambitious fundraising targets.

You are confident in your ability to operate at this strategic level and have substantial experience of working with philanthropists to deliver highly successful income generating activities.  To succeed in this role, you will be an inclusive and collaborative leader with experience of motivating teams, and your innovative approach and entrepreneurial spirit  helps you to achieve outstanding results. Your approachable manner will help you quickly gain the trust of those around you, and inspire donors to support Trinity Laban and our work in developing outstanding creative talent.

For more information on this unique opportunity to make a transformational impact in the cultural sector, please contact our recruitment partners, Richmond Associates, on: info@richmond-associates.com, +44(0)20 3617 9240 or visit https://richmond-associates.com/jobs/head-of-development-9  to download the information pack.

CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS IS 10AM MONDAY, 2 DECEMBER 2019

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