To deliver our fundraising and advocacy strategy. An exciting opportunity for someone with excellent writing skills, a talent for initiating and delivering campaigns and the ability to persuasively communicate the work of The Ark to prospects, donors, sponsors and partners. This role provides the right candidate with an opportunity to build on their previous experience in fundraising, campaign management or advocacy, and develop these skills further within the cultural sector for children.
Before applying candidates are invited and encouraged to discuss the role with John Deely (Pinpoint, 01 6425 721). This is an opportunity to address any queries you have about the role, the scenario or the organisation. Following on from that, applications for the position should include a curriculum vitae and a covering letter outlining your interest in the role and relevant experience.
Completed applications should be sent by email only to John Deely at [email protected].
Closing date for applications is Monday 1st October 2018 12 noon. Interviews will be held in Dublin on 29th October 2018. It is up to short listed candidates to make themselves available. The Ark is an equal opportunities employer.
All Applicants must comply with Garda Vetting requirements. In line with our data protection policy, we will only use the information that you provide for the purposes of this recruitment process. On completion of the process, your information will be securely retained for a maximum of 6 months before being erased. Late applications will not be accepted.