Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

Charity registered in Scotland SC007983

The RBGE is an international centre of excellence in plant science and horticulture.  It undertakes a wide educational programme for every stage in life, is one of Scotland’s leading tourist destinations,  and is a centre for community engagement and recreation – connecting plants to people.

First and foremost, the Garden is a scientific institution focussed on understanding and conserving the world’s plant diversity.  Its work on accelerating species discovery facilitates a wide range of conservation projects around the world, and its expertise in DNA sequencing provides important insights into plant evolution and ecology.  This research is underpinned by one of the richest collections of wild plant species in the world, an herbarium containing three million preserved plant specimens and a highly acclaimed specialist library and archive.


Current vacancies

Development & Membership Administrator

  • Full time
  • £21,213 – £22,262
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 2nd July 2021

The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh is embarking on the multi-year, transformational Edinburgh Biomes programme, which offers an exciting opportunity for the fundraising and membership team. If you would like to play an important part in helping to improve the lives of people and the environment then this is the job for you.

We have an exciting opportunity to recruit a Development and Membership Administrator to increase RBGE’s fundraising capacity, and to provide a high standard of donor and customer care.

We are looking for a creative and dynamic individual who enjoys working collaboratively as part of a small tight knit team. You will be responsible for the accurate recording subscriptions on our donor database as well as processing purchase orders, dealing with membership correspondence and maintaining our donor and membership database using Raiser’s Edge. You will also assist the team with event planning programmes and manage logistics associated with events to the highest standard. As a highly organised individual, you should have good written, numerical and verbal communication skills and be computer literate. You must have sound administrative and organisational skills and will need to have good attention to detail. Some flexibility may be required to assist with events in the evenings and weekends. Experience of working with Raiser’s Edge or similar CRM database is highly desirable.

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