£21,000 - £24,000 per year dependent on experience
Salary: £21,000 - £24,000 per year dependent on experience
Welsh National Opera shares the power of live opera with audiences and communities across Wales and England – in theatres, in neighbourhoods and online.
We are seeking a Trust Officer to join our Development, Strategy & External Relations Department.
Responsible to: Trusts & Statutory Manager
Main purpose of job:
Scope and dimensions:
Under the direction of the Trusts & Statutory Manager, the post is responsible for managing a portfolio of trusts and foundations to support WNO, undertaking regular prospect research to determine new supporters, submitting applications to set deadlines to support all aspects of WNO’s artistic programme in England and Wales and reporting on progress and outcomes.
The post holder will build external relationships with supporters, work effectively with WNO colleagues to create strong applications for support and will demonstrate exceptional presentation skills including face to face and written.
Other duties may be required from time to time, including regular attendance at Development events.
Skills, knowledge and experience:
Points marked with an asterisk (✶) are desirable rather than essential.
Deadline for Applications: Thu 23 Sep 2021 12:00pm
Interviews: Thu 30 Sep 2021
We believe in the power of opera to transform lives.
Our mission is to bring the power, drama and raw emotion of opera to as wide an audience as possible in performances, marked by an uncompromising quest for artistic quality.
As a national company with international status, we sit at the heart of music-making in Wales and play a valuable role in the communities we serve in England. We work with our partners to discover and nurture young operatic talent, and provide the springboard for international careers.
Touring is our lifeblood and we strive to present the highest quality work across our artistic programme, entertaining and inspiring audiences at our operas and concerts and providing transformative experiences through our youth and community work.
Building on our 70-year history and our roots in the communities of South Wales, we aim to demonstrate to future generations that opera is a rewarding, relevant and universal art form.
More than any other company, WNO opens up the world of opera to everyone.
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