Helium Children’s Arts and Health is Seeking an Arts Administrator/Fundraising Researcher as part of a JobBridge Internship
Helium is now seeking a highly motivated, versatile individual to take up the role of Arts Administrator/Fundraising Researcher. This is a nine month position and is open to those eligible for a JobBridge Internship. The successful candidate will work 30 hours per week between the Mullingar office and working online from home. Working hours are flexible. The Intern will work alongside Helium’s management team, which collaborates online.
The successful candidate will support the Artistic Director to carry out a number of fundraising development tasks, with main responsibility to research and collate information on potential new funders, sponsors, patrons, etc to support the company’s programmes. There is also an opportunity for the Intern to design and produce their own local fundraising event or small campaign (online or offline or a combination of both) if they so desire. A small library of fundraising guides will be available to the Intern, with time to absorb methods for best practice. Helium will endeavor to alert the Intern to any out of office training opportunities, as they arise, which the Intern is welcome to attend during working hours.
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The closing date for receipt of applications is:
Thursday, December 5 2013 at 5pm.
Shortlisted candidates will be requested to attend an interview in Mullingar on Monday, December 9th.