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Events Fundraising & Project Coordinator

Graduate at Museum of Architecture

Events Fundraising & Project Coordinator

Graduate at Museum of Architecture

  • LocationLondon, UK
  • Position levelGraduate
  • Job period icon
  • Application deadline iconPosted on 05 Sep, 2018
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  • Competitive£ 130.0 per day
About the job

Role

The Events Fundraising and Project Coordinator position will include fundraising and help with running and coordinating our projects listed below. You will also be on the rota for helping with our evening events which will include 2-3 evenings a month for MoA events. You may also be asked to liaise and manage volunteers and interns.

Projects include

London Festival of Architecture pavilion and conference and second stage of pavilion to be moved to west London for July

Gingerbread City for December 2018

MoA Academy and Monday night talk series

Responsibilities

LFA commission by Finsa for June: This project will be working with Head of Programming to coordinate the Women in Architecture Conference and overseeing the installation, running, volunteers and de-installation of the pavilion. The pavilion will then move to West London where you will need to help with coordination of installation and de-installation.

Gingerbread City 2018: Your main goals for this project are to find sponsors for the event. We are aiming to raise a total of £30,000+ in sponsorship.

Evening events

You will be responsible for introducing the speakers at MoA Academy events as well as helping with set-up and clean up. You will be responsible for supporting the Head of Programming with the Monday night lectures that are held once a month. We have volunteers who will accompany you to help with these events as well. We aim for only two to three evening events a month, but you may be asked to step in if needed.

Who we are looking for

Skills

We are ideally looking for someone with project management experience and who has worked in the architectural or museum sectors before with UK experience.

  1. Self motivated
  2. Good at selling ideas to people (for the fundraising part of the role)
  3. Team player
  4. Hard worker
  5. Creative and inventive problem solver
  6. Attention to detail
  7. Pride in the work

Pay

£110-£130 a day depending on experience

Time management

Work hours: 9am-6pm (this extends with evening events as described above)

Evening and weekends: Sharing the role of set up and welcoming at MoA events with the team, attending partner meetings, all staff meetings and board meetings when needed.

Competencies & Personalities Project Management Management Fundraising Programming Time Management Ambitious Charismatic Creative Focused Confident Organised

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