- Employer: Aberystwyth University
- Posted: 17 Mar 2009
- Location: Wales
- Sector: University/College
- Contract: Permanent
- Hours: Full Time
- Position: Director of Development and Alumni Relations
- Salary: c.£65,000
Director of Development and Alumni Relations
Aberystwyth University is a dynamic organisation with over 2,000 staff and a student population of 7,500. Consistently rated as one of the top universities in the UK by
students and with an international reputation across a range of disciplines, we are a major contributor to the economy of our region.
After completing a recent strategic review, the University now wishes to appoint a Director to re-focus its Development and Alumni Relations Office to ensure a more consistent and efficient programme of fundraising activity and strengthened links with key partners. This post presents a real opportunity for a successful, driven candidate to shape the strategic direction of fundraising activity in the University.
This role will appeal to innovative individuals motivated by the opportunity to establish a new structure, and build a successful Development and Alumni
Relations team in a supportive environment. The successful candidate will have experience in fundraising and business development, a proven track record of
securing major gifts, and the ability to build partnerships with a wide range of friends, alumni and donors, often at the highest level. In addition to being a highly
effective leader you will also have the ability to inspire trust and confidence with internal and external colleagues and partners alike.
To learn more about the University and this opportunity, please click on APPLY
For an informal and confidential discussion please contact our advising consultants Alun Parry on 0870 190 4336 or Louise Murray on 0870 165 4239.
Closing date for applications: 17 April 2009.
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