Stuart joined the Trust as CEO in 2015 having previously worked for 24 years in International Development, most recently as a Programme Manager for Comic Relief. He previously lived in South Africa while working as Country Director for VSO.
Gillian works with the Trust's civil society partners in South Africa, and coordinates the Alumni Network. She has 20 years’ experience working on education and community development projects in South Africa and Lesotho. She holds a PhD in Adult Education from University of the Witwatersrand.
Eva manages the Trust's multiple international scholarship programmes. She joined Canon Collins Trust in 2014, having previously worked in communications. Eva holds an MSc in International Relations from Kingston University.
Katie joined the Trust in March 2018. She holds an LLM in Human Rights Law from the University of Cape Town, and has experience volunteering for charities in South Africa, Ghana and Sierra Leone.
Roger has worked at the Trust since 2012. He has twelve years’ experience of financial management in the charity sector, including five years with a national disability charity.
Hayden joined the Trust in October 2017 after graduating from the University of Cambridge with a BA in Human, Social and Political Sciences. He previously volunteered for a charity in Kenya and is passionate about addressing inequality and educational disadvantage.
Tiffany joined the Trust in February 2017 as an Administration Assistant. Since then she graduated with a BCOM Management Marketing from Boston College and in 2019 she took on a full time role at the Trust, based in Johannesburg. She is passionate about social justice and equality and has previous marketing experience.
Fundraising and Partnerships Manager
Part time, £35-40,000 p.a. pro rata, London
The role of the Partnerships and Fundraising Manager is to identify and cultivate new funding partnerships and strengthen existing ones. S/he will join Canon Collins’ small staff team of six, including two based permanently in South Africa.
Drawing on the Trust’s Fundraising Strategy the post-holder will work closely with the CEO and trustees to research and pursue new sources of revenue, including support from corporations, high net worth individuals, trusts and foundations. The role also includes maximising income from individuals who support the Trust by participating in events or leaving a bequest to the Trust in their Will.
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This job is based in the London office, only those eligible to work in the UK will be considered.
Deadline to apply: 5.00pm on Monday 28th January 2019