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Development Events Manager (fixed term contract), Mountview

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Mountview is one of the UK’s leading drama schools. We offer professional vocational training at foundation, undergraduate and postgraduate level in performance and production arts, alongside evening, weekend and holiday classes for all.

We present around 28 productions across the year including classic plays, new writing and musicals, and our studios, meeting rooms, theatres and workspaces are available to hire.

Mountview in Peckham is a home for everyone – vocational students, young people and life-long learners, industry professionals and visitors alike – and with our new purpose-built facility there has never been a more exciting time to join us.

DEVELOPMENT EVENTS MANAGER (FIXED TERM CONTRACT)

The Development Events Manager is a new, fixed-term role within Mountview's Development team, needed to help deliver key events including two high profile supporter events as well as our Graduation ceremony in autumn 2021.

You will report directly to the Development Director who leads the strategic vision for fundraising at Mountview, and will work closely with the Commercial Director, Development Manager, Development Officer and with teams across the school, to deliver these activities.

SALARY: Circa £30K per annum, depending on experience

CLOSING DATE: Tuesday 29 June at 9am

FIND OUT MORE: mountview.org.uk/jobs

Mountview is committed to diversity and is an equal opportunities employer. We actively encourage applicants from under-represented backgrounds and value the positive impact that difference has on our institution.

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