Development Manager

Development Manager

This is an exciting opportunity to join a small team in a workplace with an ethos of creativity

Salary: £28,000 - £31,000 per year, depending on experience

Location: Central London

Hours: Full-time with occasional evening work and overnight travel in the UK

New Business Development Manager

New Business Development Manager

Golden opportunity for a budding self-starter to make their mark on Theatreland

Company

Want to work with an established and growing company in the theatre & entertainment industry?
An exciting New Business Development Manager role has come up at a well-established & highly regarded video production company working with theatre producers, marketing agencies and public relations companies across the UK and internationally.

Regular Giving and Stewardship Officer

Regular Giving and Stewardship Officer

You will have excellent interpersonal and communications skills, plus the ability to manage multiple projects and deadlines.

Salary Range: Grade C, £26,640 - £30,030 (inclusive of London Weighting) per annum.

The Guildhall School of Music & Drama is a vibrant, international community of young musicians, actors and theatre technicians in the heart of the City of London. We produce outstanding graduates whose talents light up stages and concert platforms throughout the world.

EYFS Evaluator

EYFS Evaluator

You will have an in-depth knowledge and experience of Early Years education sector

Contract type: Freelance, contracted by TBMH (£250 per day)
Term: 16 days during Year 1 & 16 days during Year 2. Flexible working pattern.
Reports to: TBMH Manager (Project Director)

Main areas of responsibility:

The Evaluator will work closely with the EYFS Strategic Lead, and report to the Project Director. The role will include:

EYFS Strategic Lead

EYFS Strategic Lead

You will have sound knowledge and understanding of music-leading in the EY sector

Salary: £250 / Day
Contract type: Freelance consultant, contracted by TBMH (£250 per day)
Term: 2 days per week during Year 1 (x42 weeks) then 1.5 days per week for Year 2 (x42 weeks). Flexible working pattern.
Reports to: TBMH Manager (Project Director)
From: July 2016 – July 2018

Conference 16: Protecting Theatres

Theatres Trust Conference 16: Protecting Theatres

Join us to talk about the future of live theatre

This year we will be discussing what our theatres will look like in 40 years.

The next major gathering of theatre industry professionals will take place on Tuesday 21 June for the Theatres Trust Conference 16: Protecting Theatres. This year we will be discussing what our theatres will look like in 40 years.

Account Manager

Account Manager

You will work to grow our business through working with our existing clients and helping us attract new ones

Where: London
Type: Permanent
Salary: Dependent on experience

CultureGeek 2016

CultureGeek 2016

Come along, be inspired, find out how others are using digital and tech across the board to enhance marketing and audience engagement

Thursday 23 June, 9am - 4.30pm

What is CultureGeek?

CultureGeek 2016 is a one-day conference with speakers from leading cultural organisations sharing how they are integrating digital developments and using new technologies throughout their museums, theatres, festivals, artworks and projects.

Using and Managing Data in Fundraising

In an age when organisations are becoming swamped with data, how can you make best use of it to enhance and develop your fundraising? This course will help you to think more strategically about the importance of data and the practical tools and the skills required to harness its potential for fundraising.

This course will help you to think more strategically about the importance of data and the practical tools and the skills required to harness its potential for fundraising.

Making Friends in Fundraising

Whether your organisation has a pre-existing scheme, or you’re considering establishing some kind of regular giving scheme as a fundraising tool for the first time, there are plenty of things to assess when you are trying to increase income.

Looking at case studies from all scales of performing and visual arts organisations, both building-based and touring, alongside festivals and museums, Sarah Gee will help you consider relationship building across organisations to underpin regular giving.

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