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Want to join the DCD team?

DCD are looking to recruit two exceptional individuals to join our team.

Administrator:

The Administrator will be responsible for providing efficient administrative support throughout all areas of Dancers’ Career Development and ensure the smooth running of the DCD Transition Centre. Working within a small team this post is a hands-on role, and would suit someone who is self-motivating and eager to make new things happen.

Administrator Job Pack 2017
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Fundraising Officer:

The Fundraising Officer is a new post within DCD’s core team. This individual will lead on all aspects of income generation for the charity; maximising DCD’s income through the maintenance and development of a diverse range of funding pools, including managing DCD’s new Patron Scheme. The post-holder will communicate an inspiring fundraising narrative reflecting the strategic priorities, needs and motivations of both DCD and its supporters.

This post offers huge scope for being directly involved in shaping DCD’s Fundraising strategy moving forward.

Fundraising Officer Job Pack 2017
Estimated Size: 78 KB


If you wish to apply for one of these posts, please complete the Application Form and Equal Opportunities monitoring form and send them to Jennifer Curry, Executive Director, Dancers’ Career Development at recruitment@thedcd.org.uk.

Application Form
Estimated Size: 78 KB


Equal Opportunities monitoring form


Administrator Job Pack 2017
Estimated Size: 78 KB


Fundraising Officer Job Pack 2017
Estimated Size: 78 KB

  • Application deadline for both roles: 9am Monday 26th June 2017
  • Shortlisted applicants will be notified on: Wednesday 28th June 2017
  • Interviews for both roles will be held: Friday 30th June 2017

Please note that we are unable to accept CVs.

Applications received after the closing date will not be considered. Dancers’ Career Development is an equal opportunities employer.

For enquiries please contact Jennifer Curry, Executive Director on Jennifer@thedcd.org.uk or 020 7831 1449.