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Are you an experienced fundraiser with a passion both for the arts, and for making a real difference in the lives of people who have experienced homelessness? Streetwise Opera is looking for a dynamic new Head of Development ready to take the next step in their career to help us deliver our innovative national and international work.
Joining our team at a pivotal time in our development as we embark on our new Strategic Plan, the Head of Development will be a senior member of our team, working with and supported by our Co-Executive Director to shape and deliver a fundraising strategy reaching a wide range of public funders, trusts and foundations, corporates and individual donors.
Streetwise Opera is an award-winning charity that uses music to help people make positive changes in their lives. Working with people who have experienced, or are at risk of, homelessness, we run workshop programmes across England and stage critically-acclaimed operas, and are developing With One Voice, an international arts and homelessness movement.
Our productions platform the skills of our performers in a professional arena, showing that whatever life throws at them, they can achieve great things. Underpinning these, our year-round workshop programme offers a unique source of creativity in lives where everything else can be changing.
Streetwise Opera’s next production, Tell Me The Truth About Love, will be presented at Sage Gateshead in April 2018, directed by Olivier-Award winning Bijan Sheibani and featuring music from Benjamin Britten, Will Todd and Anna Appleby.
This varied and rewarding role will be at the heart of Streetwise Opera’s work, with frequent opportunities to visit workshops and performances, and witness the tangible impact of your contribution to a charity that changes the lives of people who have experienced homelessness.
As an employer, Streetwise Opera offers a wide range of benefits including excellent professional development and training opportunities, season ticket loans and an employer pension scheme. You will be joining a friendly, committed and supportive staff team and have the opportunity to make a real difference to our ambitious and life-changing work.
Reporting to: Co-Executive Director
Direct Report: Development Manager
Salary: £32-38,000, dependent on experience
Location: Central London
Hours: full time
Closing date: midnight, Friday 2nd February 2018
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