Opportunity type:Permanent, Part-time
Working hours:28.8 hours per week
Salary:£26,485 per annum (pro-rata to the full-time equivalent of £33,106)
Closing date:22 May 2022 at midnight
Based in London, this role will work with the Head of Philanthropy to secure support from a portfolio of public sector bodies for Tate’s national and international programmes, acquisitions, capital projects and other relevant activities.
To be successful in this role, you will have proven experience of public sector and/or trust funding, including applications, reporting and stewardship. Working closely with senior staff across Tate, you will play a key role in collaborating across the organisation to deliver applications for new support and to ensure that funded projects are delivered to the highest standard.
You will proactively establish and develop new and existing relationships within the public sector grant-making field and will take responsibility for reporting on projects that are delivered and funded by public sector sources.
Your excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills will enable you to produce compelling cases for support and to communicate these effectively through both face-to-face presentations and written proposals.
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