Development Officer (RAMM)

Salary:£30153-£32486 / Grade 9

Service Unit:RAMM

Closing Date:20/08/2017

Post Number:3596

Full Time- Fixed Term Contract until 2018

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Summary

The Royal Albert Memorial Museum, RAMM is a much loved institution at the heart of Exeter and Devon’s cultural life, telling local stories alongside international ones, through exceptional collections that embrace world cultures, natural history, antiquities and art. Multi-dimensional, multi-disciplinary and multi-award winning, judges have described us as ‘modest in scale but vast in its ambition and imagination’.

Be part of something special. We are looking for a creative, enthusiastic team player to join us to grow our fundraising activities. The successful candidate should have excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communications skills, be highly organised and able to manage budgets.

As our Development Officer you should be a self-starter, taking responsibility for developing a fundraising strategy; implementing plans; initiating and nurturing supporter relationships.

You should be able to demonstrate a strong and successful track record in fundraising, bringing relevant transferable experience to our organisation. An interest in arts and heritage is essential. In this role you will be a member of RAMM’s Museum Management Team, working with them to shape RAMM’s future development.

Salary scale 9 £30,153 – £32,468 plus pension contributions. Starting salary will be set according to level of experience offered by successful candidate.

This role is funded as a fixed term contract through the Arts Council England’s Major Partner Museum programme which closes in March 2018. Further extension is subject to confirmation of the detail of RAMM’s funding as a National Portfolio Organisation 2018-22.

The Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery is a service provided by Exeter City Council. To find out more about us- please visit our web-site: www.rammuseum.org.uk

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Last updated 20 July 2017