Full time (part time considered)
Part time: 21¾ hours per week (Wednesday, Thursday, Friday)
Part time: 18 hours per week
The Trinity College Alumni Relations and Development Office is looking for an enthusiastic and energetic Annual Fund Officer to join its busy friendly team. The office is the first point of contact for alumni and donors to the College and the Annual Fund Officer plays an important role in growing support and relationships between our alumni and the College. The role manages all aspects of Trinity’s annual fund and regular giving activity, including an annual telephone campaign, mailing appeals in print and electronically, as well as the legacy programme. The Annual Fund Officer will also be expected to manage a portfolio of donors to the College, typically supporters who have donated up to £10,000.
The Alumni Relations and Development Office is seeking an enthusiastic individual to join and enhance its professional and friendly team. The office works with alumni, friends and donors and is responsible for organising communications, events and fundraising activities. Activities include an extensive programme of events both on site and around the world, producing annual publications and managing a growing fundraising programme. This is an exciting opportunity for somebody to be the first point of contact for many alumni, friends and donors to the College as well as providing critical administrative support in a busy office.
Trinity College intends to hold an election of Junior Research Fellows in 2018. The purpose of Junior Research Fellowships is to offer men and women of exceptional intellectual calibre, for whom the fellowship would be their first substantial paid academic or research appointment, an opportunity and freedom to pursue research in Cambridge on a topic of their choice for up to four years with no further duties. The Fellowships are available in all branches of University studies.