Gates Cambridge Trust seeks Alumni & Events Officer

  • January 29, 2022

Gates Cambridge Scholarships are prestigious, highly competitive full-cost scholarships awarded to outstanding applicants from countries outside the UK to pursue a full-time postgraduate degree in any subject available at the University of Cambridge.

The Gates Cambridge Trust, which manages the scholarship programme, is seeking to appoint an Alumni & Events Officer.

If appointed to this role, you will be responsible for all operational aspects of the Trust’s alumni relations work and for organising a range of events (for both current Scholars and Alumni) throughout the year. You will also support the continuing growth and development of a strong community of Gates Cambridge Alumni and Scholars that, individually and collectively, aim to improve the lives of others in myriad ways across the world.

You will be based at the Trust’s offices on Bridge St. and line-managed by the Provost (CEO), working closely with the Programme Director on a day-to-day basis. This is a full-time, permanent role (subject to a 6 month probationary period) and the salary will be between £29,614 and £32,344, depending on skills and experience. The Trust offers generous package of benefits and a friendly, supportive working environment.

For more details about the role, including how to apply, please see the candidate pack.

Application deadline: midday on Friday 25 February 2022

Interview date: Friday 4 March 2022

If, after reading the candidate pack above, you have any questions, please email jobs@gatescambridge.org.

 

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