Association of British Orchestras

Development Operations Manager

Royal College of Music £36,556 - £40,477 per annum. Appointments will normally be made to the first point of the grade. Closing date 02 May 2023
Founded in 1882, The Royal College of Music (RCM) is a world leading music conservatoire with a prestigious history and contemporary outlook. Our excellence was recognised by the 2023 QS World University Rankings, in which we were ranked as the global top institution for performing arts by Subject for the second year running.

The RCM Development team raises significant support from individuals, companies, charitable trusts and foundations annually, ranging from Friends memberships to seven figure gifts. The Development Operations Manager develops and applies data across our philanthropic and venue hire activities, collaborates with fundraisers on the successful identification and engagement of new supporters and leads on succinct reporting for the Development team, including analysis of key performance indicators. We are looking for candidates who:

• Enjoy delving into both qualitative and quantitative data, and can compile clear and compelling reports
• Have experience managing a CRM database, preferably Raiser’s Edge NXT within a fundraising context
• Can balance a diverse range of projects efficiently with excellent attention to detail

This post is offered on a fixed term basis for six-months and is available from May 2023. RCM is happy to consider requests for primarily remote working for this role, with the understanding that the successful applicant would need to come to South Kensington roughly twice a month. This position is offered on a full-time basis however consideration will be given to requests for part-time working at a minimum of 0.8FTE (4 days per week).

For full details of this position please read the Applicant Information Pack, available to download from the RCM website.

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