Development Officer, Individual Giving

Up to £25,000 per annum, depending on experience

you will have an understanding of individual giving and knowledge of regulatory environment for fundraising

The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art has a worldwide reputation for training actors, stage managers and technical specialists for careers at the highest level in theatre, television, film and radio. RADA, as a founding affiliate of the Conservatoire for Dance and Drama, is a designated Higher Education Institution.

This is a fantastic opportunity to join RADA’s development department at an exciting point in our history. We have ambitious plans, including a transformative capital campaign, and a long-term, strategic aim to significantly increase revenue fundraising. Our global reputation for excellence, combined with our graduates, who are often among the most respected actors, theatre makers and technicians in the world, present a particular fundraising opportunity for RADA.

This role requires a proactive, agile working style and someone who is able to work effectively autonomously and collaboratively. The successful candidate will have an understanding of individual giving and regular giving programmes. Knowledge of regulatory environment for fundraising from individuals including data protection, specifically GDPR, Gift Aid and fundraising codes of practice and regulation.

We especially welcome applications from black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds as these groups are under-represented at all levels in the RADA staff.

The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art is dedicated to Equal Opportunities in employment and seeks to achieve diversity amongst its staff to reflect the community it serves.

How to Apply

Please download a job description and application forms from our website here

Please complete an application form and return it to:

Marcus Rose
HR and Payroll Administrator
+44 (0)20 7908 4895

Closing date for applications: 5pm, Thursday 23 May 2019.
Interviews: will be held as soon as possible after this date.