Term                           One year fixed term contract

Salary & benefits      0.6FTE, £25,000 - £28,000 per annum (to be pro-rata’ed)

Up to 10% employers pension contribution

25 days holiday pa pro rata

Employee Life Assurance Scheme

Season Ticket Loan

Cycle scheme

Working hours          0.6 FTE, 21 hours (hours and days to be discussed)

Place of work             Old Royal Naval College, King William Walk, Greenwich SE10 9NN

Reports to                  Head of Development

 

The Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich is looking for a part-time (0.6FTE) Development Officer to support the Development Team’s fundraising for the Chapel of St Peter and St Paul. We are one of London’s most popular visitor attractions at the heart of the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site welcoming 1.5m visitors annually.

This is a truly exciting time to join the organisation - we are embarking on our most ambitious transformation to become an extraordinary cultural destination. We are doing this by exemplifying our values of Bold | Embracing | Imaginative | Resilient. With a dynamic new Chief Executive and a highly engaged Board we are looking to attract a small number of passionate and talented people capable of driving our organisation to its aspiration. We are looking for people who want to deepen and strengthen their own already excellent skills, to join our talented and engaged team: in our recent staff and volunteer survey 97% of our team said they were proud to work at the Old Royal Naval College.

The Development Officer will report to the Head of Development and lead the fundraising activities for the historic Chapel of St Peter and St Paul. S/he will also be responsible for increasing engagement and reach for the Chapel through both internal and external communications. Her/his first fundraising priority will be to raise funds for a project to increase physical accessibility to the Chapel via the installation of a lift.

This is a new role dedicated to our historic Chapel, a Neoclassical masterpiece, one of the key components of our World Heritage and Scheduled Monument Site and one of Britain's finest eighteenth century interiors. The Chapel has significant potential to funders and a number of exciting new projects are planned for the coming years which is why a dedicated fundraiser is now being sought.

Please download the job description and person specification here.

Application instructions

  • Please send your CV and a short covering letter to [email protected]
  • The closing date is 5pm on Wednesday 20 June. Interviews will be held w/c 25 June.
  • Your covering letter should be no more than two sides in length and should clearly demonstrate how you meet the requirements of the role and the person specification.
  • Please note that if you have not heard from us by Monday 25 June you should assume that you have not been successful on this occasion.