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Senior Fundraising Manager

Politik & Menschenrechte
Wirtschaft & Fundraising
Dienstort London
Dienstverhältnis Teilzeit
Veröffentlicht am 02.07.2024

Black Cultural Archives

Join a passionate, dynamic and expert team, committed to unlocking the power of Black history to inspire and empower.

An experienced, driven and proactive Senior Funsraising Manager is wanted for the role at Black Cultural Archives, Brixton. You will secure funding for the preservation of the archives and celebration of Black history. Our ideal candidate is a talented, enthusiastic and experienced Fundraiser, with knowledge of corporate, trust and major giving. Don’t just be a Fundraiser, be a changemaker and transform the appreciation of Black history for generations to come.

SALARY: £48,000 pro rata

Part-time: 4 days a week

Reporting to: Lisa Anderson, Managing Director

BASED AT: Black Cultural Archives (BCA) Headquarters, Brixton

Exciting leadership opportunity for a talented, passionate fundraiser!

Black Cultural Archives (BCA) is looking for a Fundraiser to join our team of inspirational change-makers. Reporting to the Managing Director and working alongside the Deputy Director, Marketing and Programme Managers, you will drive our ambitious fundraising plans.

This role will work towards the strategic aim of making BCA resilient, flexible and entrepreneurial. The role will oversee and manage all fundraising income streams, in particular, cultivating and securing income from our list of prospects, producing high-quality proposals and impact reports.

If you have a passion for the importance of cultural heritage, history and education, coupled with a track record of successful fundraising, we want to hear from you! Apply now to make your mark and play a pivotal role in the future of Black Cultural Archives.

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About Black Cultural Archives (The BCA)

Inspired by Pan-African civil rights leader Queen Mother Moore, our founders established Black Cultural Archives in 1981 with a mission to create Britain’s first archive-museum dedicated to representing the culture and history of Black people in Britain. Today we are a national institution dedicated to collecting, preserving, and celebrating the histories of Black people in Britain in order inspire and give strength to society. Our work falls into three areas: Collect and Activate – covering the work of our collections team to make our archive materials accessible for research and knowledge production, Educate and Inspire= covering the work of our learning team and workforce development projects to support Black history education and heritage skills development, and Celebrate and Champion – covering our exhibition and events programme that encourages engagement with the knowledge held within our archives.

What we need from you

As a talented fundraiser, developing new business across various income streams, you will possess fantastic written and verbal communication skills, and have a proven ability to successfully apply these to a range of products and audiences in order to increase income.

You will be able to balance the needs of the audience and organisation and ideally, you’ll also have some experience of managing events, and genuinely care about giving outstanding support to your stakeholders in order to generate more money.

You will grow to understand our potential donor pool and hold a vital role in planning events and coordinating other activities to encourage donations and help us move toward our vision of being the home of Black British history. You will work with a close-knit, enthusiastic team under the Managing Director to meet and exceed fundraising goals.

You will have a proven track record of generating income by writing high-value trusts and foundation proposals and the ability to build and influence relationships at all levels. You will be a creative and emotive storyteller with the ability to work independently and proactively.

Want to join an award-winning organisation?

As a national institution we aim to reach as many people as we can! That means that our small and friendly team of dedicated professionals enjoy roles with a wide range of responsibilities, all aimed at making a difference. You will be at the forefront of representing one of the most respected and high-profile cultural heritage charities in the country. And that’s not all! All our team benefit from:

  • Continual development opportunities
  • Attractive salary and benefits package
  • A chance to join an organisation that makes a real difference

To apply, please send your CV and cover letter. Any questions relating to the role, please contact

Key Notes:

  • We cannot sponsor visa applications. This role is only open to people who have the right to work in the UK.
  • You will be expected to work some public holidays in line with the public programme, when time off in lieu will be given in return.

Closing date for applications: Friday 5th July.

 

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