This vacancy has now closed

Development Officer (Database and Stakeholder Engagement)

  • Full time
  • £31,110 – £35,445
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 30th July 2021


  • Advertised from 18th June 2021
  • Hours 36.25 per week, 52 weeks per year
  • 35 days’ annual leave

Role

George Watson’s College provides a world class education for children and young people from Preschool to Senior 6. We are proud of our heritage and passionate about our plans for the future.

We are currently seeking a skilled and dynamic individual to join our Development Team. This key role will focus on fostering and developing lasting relationships with a wide range of stakeholder groups, including Watsonians, pupils, parents, donors and staff, alongside the management of our stakeholder (CRM) database, Raiser’s Edge.

Reporting to the Head of Development, you will be a highly personable and organised team player who possesses outstanding communication and relationship-building skills (including across print, digital and social media). The ability to help plan and deliver innovative events is essential and should come with experience and expertise in managing a CRM database, as well as an understanding of prospect research and fundraising.

Whilst direct experience of a similar development or membership role is essential, we are equally keen to hear from applicants who have the right skill-set and are looking for a new challenge.

This is a full time, year round post with the requirement for some evening and weekend work, as well as travel within Scotland and the UK. Flexibility is therefore required.

Other benefits include:

  • Automatic enrolment in the contributory support staff defined contribution pension scheme
  • Reduced school fees at George Watson’s College for children of staff
  • Membership of the Galleon Club (the School’s Fitness Club)
  • Access to the Myreside Club.

Application notes

For further information and application details please visit our website

Closing date noon on Friday 30 July 2021.

Interviews are scheduled to take place during the week commencing 16 August 2021.