CASE Europe is looking for aspiring fundraisers to join its graduate trainee scheme, with a deadline for applications of 8 January.
The scheme offers graduates the opportunity to develop a range of skills and experience through interactive workshops alongside year-long placements at schools, universities and not-for-profit organisations. They work within each area of a development office of an educational institution, gaining experience and developing skills in alumni relations, prospect management, annual and regular giving, stewardship, fundraising campaigns, major gifts, events and partnerships.
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Our Graduate Trainee Scheme helps train the next generation of educational fundraisers. Please pass this on to any students or recent graduates who would be interested! Applications close – 8 January: https://t.co/xkIfqiwHGU pic.twitter.com/kXni5bXAyD
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Graduate trainees also receive access to professional development training and mentoring, and are employed by a host university on a 50‐week contract, receiving a minimum salary of £18,000 (£20,000 with London weighting).
Successful applicants begin the 12-month programme at the CASE Europe Annual Conference in Edinburgh, August 2018, and will then begin their placement at a host institution, which include University of Bristol, Imperial College London, and Cancer Research UK.
More information and how to apply is available on the CASE Europe site.
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