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Job: Chief Executive Officer

a-n is seeking a new Chief Executive Officer to drive the organisation forward as it embarks on its most exciting and ambitious business phase yet. This is a unique opportunity to positively impact the lives of visual artists across the UK and to take a leading role in an innovative and artist-focused organisation. a-n is the biggest visual arts membership organisation in the UK. In the last three years, it has achieved its highest ever membership and income, reaching 22,000 members and a turnover of £1m. With SSO funding from Arts Council England in place for 2018-2022, a-n is ready to embark on its most exciting and ambitious business phase yet. Seeking a skilled leader, with vision, passion and a strong entrepreneurial approach who can drive and build on this momentum. The Chief Executive Officer will be responsible for strategic and financial leadership and further developing the organisation. Open to applications from people from a range of backgrounds, particularly those who understand membership, network or service organisations. How to apply: See Application Information Pack on the a-n website for full job description and details of how to apply.

Posted 21 days ago
By a-n The Artists Information Company

Salary £44,563 – £59,345 depending on experience
Deadline 19 February 2018

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Job: Development Director

The post holder is responsible for leading and managing the Fundraising, Retail and Marketing teams and contributing to the development of the organisation at a senior management level. We are looking for an experienced fundraiser and commercial director with a passion for visual arts. The candidate must be able to demonstrate a strong track record in major donor cultivation and soliciting gifts up to six figures, developing new client relationships, marketing, and generating strong sales growth. The post holder will develop the fundraising and retail strategies to meet the demanding targets set throughout the capital appeal campaign as well as the ongoing revenue targets set by our business plan. The Development Director will identify, initiate, develop and build relationships with high net worth individuals, trusts, foundations and corporate prospects, managing these relationships to maximise income for the Edinburgh Printmakers Capital Appeal and its Core Business.

Posted 20 days ago
By Edinburgh Printmakers