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Individual Giving Manager, The Old Vic

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The Old Vic is London’s independent not-for-profit theatre, a world leader in creativity and entertainment. We hold the belief that theatre needs to be cherished, supported and shared with as many people as possible. Our 1000 seats are yours from £10 a ticket. Our productions are diverse, adventurous, new, exciting. Our education and talent programmes allow students to explore and artists of tomorrow to create. Our building is open and alive, day and night. Our theatre is yours.

We are seeking a talented and experienced Individual Giving Manager to assume responsibility for The Old Vic’s philanthropic individual giving scheme and lead on increasing support across all levels of membership, as well as managing small to mid-level donation campaigns. They will manage their own portfolio of prospects, whilst overseeing stewardship for existing supporters, and will contribute towards a yearly strategic plan to achieve revenue and capital income targets.

The successful candidate will have significant experience in individual fundraising and securing 4 and 5-figure gifts, have an excellent track record of delivering effective stewardship and building valuable relationships with donors, and using fundraising software or CRM databases.

This is an exceptional opportunity to work for a world class theatre as it moves into the next phase of its major capital campaign.  Reporting to the Associate Director of Philanthropy, the post holder will be a creative and innovative thinker with an enthusiastic and proactive approach to fundraising, have excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to build effective and lasting relationships. They will be a clear communicator with strong organisational skills, and thrive in a dynamic and high performing team, in which they will be responsible for the line management of the Individual Giving Officer. 

For further information and to apply, please visit the Old Vic’s website, https://www.oldvictheatre.com/about-us/work-for-us.

We actively support and encourage people from a variety of backgrounds, experiences and skill sets to join us and help shape what we do. We are particularly keen to hear from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) and disabled candidates.