Do you have experience or interest in fundraising? Do you have a passion for project management, communications, and making a positive impact within a prestigious university environment? If so, we would love to hear from you!
Here at Cambridge University Development and Alumni Relations, we are looking for a new Development Programme Associate within the Schools Programme team.
As a crucial team member, you will play a key support role, focusing on operational, project, and communications support. You'll be at the heart of managing various projects within the Schools portfolio, aligning them with our fundraising priorities. Your responsibilities include creating and executing project plans that seamlessly integrate all aspects of Schools development activities, ensuring each project contributes to the overall success of the University.
Effective communication is central to your role. You'll be drafting documents, creating collateral, and collaborating closely with colleagues across the University to ensure alignment. Keeping internal and external stakeholders informed, you'll build transparency and engagement in the development process.
Your impact will be significant, directly contributing to our fundraising and alumni engagement goals. By managing projects efficiently, communicating clearly, and fostering collaboration, you'll be a key player in advancing the University's mission. This role offers an exciting opportunity, so come and join us in making a difference!
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The closing date for this position is midnight, 6th of December.
The interviews for this position will be held week commencing the 11th of December.
Please quote reference DH39408 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy.
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