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Director of Development and External Affairs

Harris Hill are delighted to be working with an inspiring business and social change charity to recruit a Director of Development and External Affairs. This newly created role will lead the development team to diversify their income strategy and support their business sustainability.
 
 
Key responsibilities include;
+ Developing and implementing strategy to achieve against organisational aims
+ Implementing methods for measuring generated income, business sustainability and communication activity
+ Line manage and support the development of direct reports
+ Achieving annual income targets from a range of existing and new funding sources and earned income
+ Manage key stakeholder relationships and increase broader understanding of our value proposition in our target marketplace
 
The successful candidate will:
+ Have previous experience of working with SLT and trustees, preferably in a Director or 'Head of' position
+ Have successful experience of generating significant income income streams including corporates, trusts and foundations, Government and Individuals within the charity sector
+ Have an understanding of public affairs engagement
+ Be an excellent communicator, networker and relationship manager
+ An interest in social entrepreneurship would be advantageous
 
For more information about this position and how to apply please apply here and a consultant will be in touch to discuss further. Due to the high volume of applications only candidates with suitable skills and experience will be contacted. Thank you for your understanding.

How to Apply

If you're interested in this role and feel you meet the requirements, just click 'Apply' to email the consultant directly. Please quote the relevant job reference in your email. If your CV has been updated since registering with us, please attach the latest version and we will update your records.

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