Development & Reporting Manager

Closing date:

The NewBridge Project

The Development & Reporting Manager is a new and important role at The NewBridge Project which will support the effective management of fundraising and reporting across our work.

The postholder will work closely with the Director and Programme Director to support the development and implementation of a refreshed fundraising strategy and evaluation framework, and work alongside a small and committed staff team to understand, evaluate and champion The NewBridge Project’s work through compelling written reports and applications to new funders.

The NewBridge Project is keen to meet candidates who share its values and commitments to working in solidarity with and supporting artists and communities, who understand the importance of evaluation in meeting requirements of funders/partners, and as a way to learn, build on our work to date, and tell the story of what the organisations does.

The organisation is looking for a highly organised, proactive, and dedicated individual who can nurture and develop relationships with funders and partners. You’ll have direct or transferable experience across fundraising, reporting, evaluation and budget management, and be excited about working in an artist and community-led space/environment.

Applicants from all backgrounds who have the experience and skills to do this role are encouraged to apply.

Please download the job pack for full details about the role.

 

Budget £27,900 p.a. pro rata (3 – 4 days pw)

Deadline 29 July 2024

The Shieldfield Centre 4 – 8 Clarence Walk (off Stoddart Street) Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 1AL

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Applications
Please apply by e-mail with the subject heading Development & Reporting Manager Application. You can either send:

  • A single PDF document containing the information outlined
  • A video or audio file containing the information outlined
  • A mixture of written and video or audio application (e.g. an audio application but written Equal Opportunities Form)

Interviews will be held on 6 August. Please indicate in your application if you cannot make this date.

If you are shortlisted for interview, you will be contacted via email with full details of the time, date and who you will be meeting at interview. You will also be provided with the main questions you will be asked in advance, though you may be asked some follow-up questions during the interview.

Getting in touch
If you’re thinking of applying for the role but still have some questions, you can join an online open day on 6 July and sign up to talk with Rebecca Huggan (Director) about the role. Please sign up for a slot here. You can also e-mail your questions with the subject heading Development & Reporting Manager Query.

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