Development Director

Recruiter
NFP Consulting
Location
London
Salary
Competitive
Posted
04 Aug 2018
Closes
01 Sep 2018
Sectors
Sport & Leisure
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Development Director

cGBP50,000 per annum

London SE11

Ten years, 2000 children, countless hours of practice and tuition and the tears and triumphs that turn potential into achievement.

London Music Masters is recruiting a Development Director to lead its fundraising team, building support for its award winning music education programme LMM Learning and its work with emerging professional artists.

This position offers an experienced leader a unique opportunity to play a strategic role within one of the UK's most enterprising music education organisations.

In recent years London Music Masters has managed an impressive and rapid transition from almost total reliance on seed funding from one source to its current position with multiple diverse and sustained funding streams. We enjoy a healthy mix of income from trusts and foundations and individuals in addition to significant earned income. The Development Director will help us build on all of these sources, with a particular focus on developing our corporate relationships and further strengthening our individual donor base.

In September 2018 we launch a four year strategy to help train the next generation of outstanding music teachers across the UK. Our focus is on the underserved state primary sector where we have built up immense experience and credibility.

Working as part of a diverse and experienced leadership team, the Development Director will actively contribute to the growth of award-winning programmes which seek to greatly enhance the life chances and experiences of children and young people in inner-city London - and beyond, in developing our national ambitions.

The Development Director will be responsible for leading a small team of fundraisers and working with a highly experienced development committee and trustees. The ambitious fundraising targets of the charity are matched by the ambitions of the programme delivery teams and the trustees' desire to impact the worlds of classical music and music education for good.

How to apply

To access the full candidate information pack please register with your CV.

Application is by CV and Supporting Statement.

For an informal discussion about the role, please contact:

Carroll Lloyd, Director, NFP Consulting M E

Paul Nott, Principal Consultant M

Closing date: Wednesday 29th August 2018 by 10.00 a.m.

First interviews: Week commencing 10th September 2018

Final interviews: To be confirmed