The Ineos Oxford Institute for Antimicrobial Research (IOI) is an exciting initiative creating major new opportunities for science and advances in human health, and now aims to recruit a seasoned fundraiser to be responsible for leading on the fundraising strategy of the INEOS Oxford Institute to maximise impact of its £100 million (and growing) spending for delivering cutting-edge research in antimicrobial resistance to the public.
The post holder will be responsible for supporting the IOI Engagement Programme to grow and diversify income from institutional donors through fundraising and by maximising the quality of our programmes, as well as supporting the financial stability of IOI by providing regular and considered assessment of prospective revenue to the finance manager of IOI.
We are seeking an individual with a strong track record in fundraising within an academic or related institution. The purpose of this role is to support the strategic objectives of the INEOS Oxford Institute based within the Medical Sciences Division and the University of Oxford through:
1. Securing major gift philanthropic income from a portfolio of donors and prospective donors and
2. Managing the lower and mid-level fundraising and outreach elements of the IOI Communications and Engagement Programme, working closely with the IOI Engagement lead and communications Officer to maximise coherence and driver greater stakeholder engagement
The University of Oxford has been successful in raising donations from a broad range of donors, including alumni, non-alumni, foundations and companies. The support for the future of Oxford is worldwide: 50 per cent of the income comes from overseas.
This is a fixed term, full time position and is available immediately.
The post will be based at the Rodney Porter Building, Department of Chemistry, Oxford, OX1 3RQ
You will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application.
Only applications received before midday on Tuesday 5th July 2022 can be considered. Interviews will be held on 14th or 15th July.
The Department of Chemistry is committed to equality and valuing diversity. Further particulars will be made available in large print, audio, or other formats on request by a disabled applicant.