At the Atlantic Institute, we are committed to building a lifelong community of courageous changemakers who together will accelerate the eradication of inequity and injustice, resulting in fairer, healthier and more inclusive societies. To support, deepen and sustain our community’s impact at this critical time, we are recruiting for two new permanent roles:
The Atlantic Institute is seeking a Development Lead, who will drive the implementation of fundraising strategy for the Institute and the community of Senior Fellows it supports. This will include aligning with Rhodes Trust Development Strategy, building appropriate and compelling branding collateral and the cultivation of donor relationships and gifts. The Development Lead will proactively identify a diverse range of potential stakeholders, including connectors/advisers, prospects, donors, volunteers, outreach facilitators, partner organizations, trusts, foundations and corporates, with a dedicated focus on leadership development.
The Atlantic Institute is seeking an Impact Fund Lead, who will design and deliver an exceptional, non-precedent setting fund for Atlantic Fellows’ collaborative projects. Reporting into the Institute’s Development Lead (Foundations and Partnerships), the Impact Fund Lead will require exceptional attention to detail, creativity and a commitment to equitable access to funding opportunities.
The closing date for applications is Monday 2 November before 12:00 noon (BST). In light of the current situation regarding COVID-19, initial interviews and subsequent on-boarding will take place virtually, by Zoom.
Enquiries about the specific roles can be directed to the Atlantic Institute's Interim Executive Director, Evie O'Brien; or Associate Executive Director, Operations and Organizational Development, Natasha Forrest.