Development Manager Full time or four days per week Salary: £35,000 - £40,000 (pro rata) per annum, depending on experience
Chisenhale Gallery seeks to appoint a talented, ambitious, resourceful and imaginative development professional, with outstanding management skills, to lead its development team and ensure the gallery’s future success.
The post-holder will work closely with the Director, Deputy Director and Board of Trustees to devise and implement Chisenhale Gallery’s fundraising strategy and grow the gallery’s fundraising streams.
This is an exciting time to join Chisenhale Gallery. The Development Manager role is a new opportunity – a senior level post that will contribute to strategic planning for the organisation as a whole, impacting on the growth and sustainability of the organisation long-term.
The Development Manager will be responsible for developing new fundraising initiatives across individual giving, editions sales and strategic partnerships, showing leadership and articulating the case for support.
Candidates will have at least five years’ experience of working at a suitable level in a development role. They must be passionate about visual art and contemporary culture and the work of Chisenhale Gallery.
Chisenhale Gallery is committed to equal opportunities. We welcome applications from candidates of all backgrounds and are committed to building a diverse workforce.
Development Coordinator Full time Salary: £23,000 - £25,000 per annum, depending on experience
Chisenhale Gallery seeks to appoint an energetic, proactive and highly motivated Development Coordinator to support the Director and Development Manager to grow and maintain Chisenhale Gallery’s fundraising streams. This includes coordinating all aspects of administration for the Development team, maintaining and cultivating donor relationships, events management, drafting correspondence and funding proposals, and coordinating strategic fundraising partnerships.
The post takes the lead on the research, production, sales and promotion of Chisenhale Editions, including coordinating the gallery’s participation at UK and international art fairs.
Additionally the Development Coordinator implements communications strategies across the Friends and Patrons and the Editions programmes.
Candidates will have at least two years’ experience of working in a relevant role, preferably in a public or commercial art organisation. They must be passionate about visual art and contemporary culture and the work of Chisenhale Gallery.