Work With Us



Volunteers are an integral part of our offering and are essential to making Pitzhanger’s vision become a reality.

There are a range of volunteer roles available across different departments, please see below to download the role descriptions and how to apply. We look forward to hearing from you soon!

Click here for information on our learning volunteer role

Click here for information on our visitor experience volunteer role

Click here for information on our visitor experience project volunteer role



Fundraising Manager

The Fundraising Manager will be a key role in a small and busy team at Pitzhanger Manor and & Gallery as we prepare to reopen to the public in March 2019, and beyond. Working alongside the Head of Development, the postholder will be responsible for the implementation of the newly designed Patrons scheme, and for ensuring growth and retention. They will also be responsible for managing discreet fundraising appeals, and making approaches to Trusts and Foundations for gifts of up to £10,000 to support revenue and core costs.

Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery has just been through a £12 million restoration and renovation process, funded by London Borough of Ealing, the Heritage Lottery Fund, and pool of Trusts and Foundations, Corporate supporters and individual donors. This is a fantastic opportunity for a fundraiser to play a crucial role in generating income to support our exhibitions and education and outreach programmes through the development and management of a variety of fundraising streams.

How to Apply

To apply please send a CV and covering letter to by midnight on Sunday 3 February 2019.


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Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery is currently closed and due to reopen in March 2019.

Mattock Lane, London
W5 5EQ

 Ealing Broadway  |      South Ealing

For all enquiries
please contact Isobel


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