Required from mid-June 2018 for approximately 1 year
Hours: Part Time (28 hours per week- 4 days), all year round
Salary: Competitive & in line with GDST pay scales available on our website. Grade 4, dependent on experience
Do you have a passion for developing relationships, managing events and delivering successful communications?
The Royal High School Bath is seeking a Development and Alumnae Coordinator to lead on fundraising and development opportunities, working closely with the Head and The Girls Day School Trust to continue taking this forward. You will also manage and develop the alumnae relationships within the school.
You will need to demonstrate a high level of organisation and communication skills, the ability to prioritise and meet deadlines and initiate ideas and follow them through. Experience in a similar role or in fields such as public relations, marketing, fundraising or events is essential. Knowledge of working in the education sector would be an advantage.
The successful candidate will be pro-active, self-motivated and able to work under their own direction and will thrive as part of a team.
The Royal High School Bath is a highly rewarding place to work and is part of the national network of GDST schools dedicated to leadership in girls’ education. We offer excellent facilities and resources and a warm, friendly and supportive working environment.
Join us to develop your career in a creative and innovative environment with a generous salary and benefits package. Be part of the national network of GDST schools dedicated to leadership in girls’ education.
How to apply
Please complete an application form attached below and return this to email@example.com. For further information please contact our HR Adviser, Sophie Cox, at our senior school office at firstname.lastname@example.org/ 01225 313877.
Closing Date: Sunday 22nd April 2018
Interviews will be held on: Monday 30th April 2018
We are committed to the safeguarding of children and child protection screening will apply to this post.
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