March 3rd, 2016
Are you seeking a stimulating and varied career which will enable you to make a difference to the world?
CASE Europe is looking for up to 13 highly motivated graduates with a keen interest in developing a professional career in fundraising, to participate in this highly successful national scheme to develop the educational fundraisers of the future. Candidates will be fully immersed in the world of fundraising, project management and donor support within one of our partner universities. This year’s participating institutions are The University of Nottingham, University of Bristol, University of Cambridge, Cancer Research UK, Cardiff University, King’s College London, The Open University, University of Surrey, University College London, Trinity College Dublin and Newcastle University.
This is a hands-on training programme which will give you the opportunity to experience the full range of functions involved in educational fundraising. You will learn the skills and knowledge to cultivate and manage philanthropic relationships as well as implement strategies to secure support. You will also work with external organisations, potential donors and develop an understanding of your host institutions strategic goals and priorities.
Salary circa £18,000 (London £20,000).
Apply by 6pm on Monday 14 March. Visit the Prospects website for more information and to apply.
Successful applicants will be invited to attend an assessment day on 5 May 2016. (All applicants must be available to attend the assessment day).
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