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Development Manager - Grants
Job Title Development Manager, Grants
Reports to: Director Development
Key Relationships: Creative Programmes Director, Development Manager, Patrons and Major Donors, Development Officer, All Crafts Council Managers
Salary: £32,000 - £35,000 per annum
Hours: Full time
The Crafts Council advances craft in the UK.
We build on the UK’s status as a world leader in craft, harnessing the power of craft to transform lives, to inspire innovation and drive individual fulfilment.
Our Development team secures the funding to ensure we can deliver our ambitious programmes.
The Development Manager, Grants will join a team of five with an overall fundraising target of raising £2.5m by 2021.
The Development Manager, Grants will take the lead for generating support from trusts, foundations and grant makers, through both the prospects in their portfolio and by supporting colleagues to develop cultivation and stewardship for those grant makers in our wider prospect pool.
How to apply
To be considered for the role please submit a copy of your CV along with a Supporting Statement and Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form explaining what attracts you to work at the Crafts Council and provide evidence of how your skills and experience meet the requirements of the job.
Send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org by 18th March 2019.
Keeper of Collections
Keeper of Collections
Permanent: Part-time (0.6) 3 days a week
Salary Scale: c. £39,000 p.a. (pro rata)
Line managed by: Head of Exhibitions & Collections
Responsible for: Collections Manager & Collection Documentation Officer
The Crafts Council Collections have sat at the heart of the organisations activities since its founding in 1971. The Collections have always been used widely in loans, education and exhibitions. In 2019, the organisation is preparing to open the Pentonville Road as a public venue first e first time since 2005. This is central to the delivery of the new 4 year business plan, which also includes the ambition to increase the number of loans to 25% of the collection on display during a year.
The Keeper plays a pivotal role in the development of both the collection, and the ambitious programme to increase its visibility and reach.
PURPOSE OF ROLE:
- Ensure the welfare of the Crafts Council’s collections promoting them and making them accessible for loan, research and inclusion in Crafts Council events and activities.
- Be responsible for developing, implementing and maintaining collections development policies and procedures and ensuring best practice so that the collections continue to grow, are well managed, and accurately documented with rights cleared associated assets.
- Provide strategic direction for the maintenance and development of the Collections and Asset Management System, including Collections Online, against the Council’s overall collection strategy as outlined in the Business Plan.
- Develop and deliver innovative collections management projects which meet these needs. Lead and motivate the Collections team to ensure the main collections management tasks are implemented and embedded into work plans.
- Delivery of Collections projects and activities to facilitate access, research and lending.
- Support key strategic objectives for access, research, lending, and documentation including Collections Development Policy and Procedures, Collections Management System, Collections Online, Collections Audit and Storage, to recognised museum documentation standards and guidelines including PAS 197/198, Spectrum and Benchmarks for Collections Care.
- Manage the Collection team’s day-to-day collections management, documentation and audit work to support access and the loans and exhibitions programme.
HOW TO APPLY:
To be considered for the role please submit a copy of your CV along with a Supporting Statement explaining what attracts you to work at the Crafts Council and provide evidence of how your skills and experience meet the requirements of the job.
Send your application to email@example.com by 10th March 2019. Interviews are likely to be held w/c 25th March 2019.