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Helium Arts is recruiting a Fundraising Officer

Helium Arts is seeking to recruit a dynamic, experienced, highly motivated fundraiser to develop the role of Fundraising Officer within the two-year Fundraising Fellowship, Dublin Programme, operated by Business to Arts, with partners Dublin City Council and Dublin’s Culture Connects.

The Fundraising Officer will develop fundraising resources, systems, and general infrastructure required to meet the targets within Helium Arts’ Fundraising and Marketing Strategy, working closely with the Artistic Director/CEO and the Communications Officer. The chief role of the Fundraising Officer is to generate further income with a focus on development of a sustainable donor base to support the strategic growth of the organisation. This role is part of a two-year Fellowship Programme in which the Fundraising Officer is required to participate in a structured learning programme while employed by Helium Arts.

Please contact to request job description and application process.

Deadline: Tuesday, February 14th at 5pm

For details on the training and mentoring programme provided under the Fundraising Fellowship, Dublin please see 
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Helium Arts is a registered charity and compliant with the requirements of the Charities Regulator, the national regulatory authority for charities in Ireland


CHY Number: 19236
Registered Charity Number (RCN): 20075200
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