Fee: £125 per day (Freelance wage) negotiable depending on experience.
Period of Employment: 15 days over 3 months however timeframe and dates can be negotiated. There may be the opportunity to extend the engagement.
About DragonBird Theatre
DragonBird Theatre deliver theatre and play to Early Years and their grown ups all over Bristol and the surrounding area. It is a not-for-profit Community Interest Company which has grown from strength to strength since its founding in 2013. The company produces theatrical interactive shows which visit local community venues, regional theatres, schools, children centres, a hospice and events.
We provide over 10,000 participatory experiences per year for children and their families/carers.
Our programme also includes Inset/CPD for Early Years Practitioners and workshops for Drama students looking to create theatre for a young audience.
DragonBird Theatre is based in Bristol but also run sessions in Portishead, Long Ashton and Bath. Our work has a strong focus in engaging local communities as well as reaching young families across Bristol.
Tilly Langdon and Lotte Nørgaard began the company with this vision:
Confident, creative and happy relationships between parents/carers and their children.
Communities inspired and enthused by theatre.
Communities that play together.
A new generation of young people who are confident, creative, communicative and happy, transferring these qualities to generations to come.
To get a further flavour of our work please visit our website www.dragonbirdtheatre.co.uk
We are seeking additional fundraising capacity to allow us to grow our programme and sustain us as a company.
Secure funding for current and further DragonBird projects.
Researching funding opportunities for an Arts Administrator to join DragonBird.
We envisage that money raised will be a mixture of key funders, trusts and foundations and corporate donations.
We are looking for someone with:
Interest and understanding of theatre for Early Years audiences and participation work with families.
A minimum of two years relevant fundraising experience
Strong organisational skills, with an ability to self-manage and motivate
A demonstrable track record in successfully raising funds from key funders, trusts and foundations and a comprehensive knowledge of the trust and foundation sector, including key funders and their priorities.
Experience of gaining corporate donations and understanding of Corporate Social Responsibility in view to advising on a CSR strategy.
LocationPreferably live in or around Bristol.
The fundraiser can work flexibly from home but we also require that some time will be spent in briefings and meetings with the Directors. We are keen that the fundraiser is able to get to know our company and our work so we will be also asking them to drop in to sessions where appropriate.
Application deadline: Friday 7th July 2017 Shortlist contacted: Monday 10th July 2017 Interviews: Thursday 13th July 2017 (Central Bristol Location TBC)
Expected start date: As soon after interview as possible (to be negotiated)
To apply for this opportunity please send your CV and one page about why you want to apply, your appropriate skills and past experience to firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to hearing from you. Tilly & Lotte