Development Manager - Irish Chamber OrchestraJob Ref: Irish Chamber Orchestra
Type: Full-time, (2-year contract as part of RAISE programme)
Location: Limerick (flexible and home-based working will be considered)
Salary: €48,000 - €50,000
Closing Date: No Longer Accepting Applications
BACKGROUND: Irish Chamber Orchestra (ICO) is one of Ireland’s most acclaimed orchestras, celebrated for its eclectic repertoire and its exhilarating playing style. Founded in 1970, it continues to offer a diverse range of concerts at home and abroad, collaborating with leading international artists, and pioneering community initiatives designed to deliver real change.
THE ROLE: The Irish Chamber Orchestra is now seeking a dynamic, experienced Development Manager. This is a new role so initially a key priority will be developing a strategic plan and timeline for the growth of fundraising within the ICO. This is a great opportunity for an experienced fundraiser with a proven track record to work with a progressive, exciting arts organisation that has national and international reach. The Development Manager will be responsible for planning, developing, organising, and directing all of the ICO’s partnership and donor engagement activities including: major donor engagement; corporate partnerships and sponsorships; and working closely with ICO’s Friends Coordinator to develop and increase funding. If you’re a creative fundraising professional with strong experience in researching, building and fostering long-term relationships, a proven ability to meet targets, and exceptional interpersonal and communication skills, we’d love to hear from you!
APPLICATION DETAILS: The recruitment campaign for the role of Development Manager is being managed exclusively on behalf of the Irish Chamber Orchestra by non-profit specialist recruitment consultancy CCI Executive Search. If you would like to apply for this role, please email [email protected] to request the full job description and information pack prior to making your application.
Closing Date: 12pm on Monday, 16th March