Braemar Royal Highland Charity Board (BRHC)


You will be responsible for securing financial sponsorship and funding for the BRHC to further extend the development of the new Duke of Rothesay Highland Games Pavilion. The Board’s charitable objectives also include the successful delivery of the annual Braemar Highland Gathering.

Devising and delivering a fundraising strategy designed to deliver up to £500k p.a. for a combination of general revenue support, working capital and specific projects, you will research and actively pursue sources of funds in line with BRHC’s strategic objectives.
This will include applications to trusts, foundations and statutory foundations, as well as taking the lead on brand-led sponsorships with businesses. You will report regularly both to donors and the BRHC Board on fundraising progress.
You will also work collaboratively with colleagues on the annual events programme and be proactive in identifying opportunities and pursuing appropriate targets.

You will have a demonstrable track record in fundraising or a related activity. You will be a self-starter with a flexible approach and the ability to work co-operatively with people from a wide range of backgrounds. An interest in issues relating to the culture and heritage of Scottish Highland Gatherings would be beneficial.

It is anticipated that an estimated 2 days per week (or equivalent) will be required, with a minimum of 7 days per month dedicated to the role. Remote working is envisaged mainly, but when in Braemar, office provision will be made available.
A salary, based on the hours outlined, in the range £20k - £25k, dependent upon experience, is available.

Applications should be sent to Emma Hunter:
Thorpe Molloy McCulloch Recruitment, 38 Albyn Place, Aberdeen AB10 1YN.

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