£26k - 30k per year
020 7820 7331
about 1 year ago
Harris Hill are delighted to be working with a children's health charity in search for their new Corporate Partnerships Manager. It is a 1 year FTC, but is very likely to be made perm, so if you want to learn more please do not hesitate to get in touch. You will be supporting the Senior Partnerships Manager in account managing partnerships, as well as working on securing new business too.
As a Corporate Partnerships Manager, your role will be to shape how the charity works in partnership with different audience groups (corporates, volunteer fundraisers and groups, eventers, educational institutions and formal community groups) to bring people together to raise funds for this wonderful organisation.
You will be self-motivated and driven, with the ability to evidence strong relationship skills as we enter into a new strategic period at the charity. This is a fantastic opportunity to evidence your strategic approach to building lasting, donor-centric partnerships with key audience groups.
Ideally their future candidate will have:
- 1 year of corporate fundraising experience, or work in a brilliant relationship fundraising role at the moment. They are open to candidates who are in another income stream at the moment.
- Experience of working within fundraising, sales or account management in the charity or commercial sector
- Demonstrable experience of cultivating and stewarding relationships to meet business objectives.
- Experience of working within a target driven role, with a proactive and creative approach to developing and delivering compelling proposals and pitches to different audiences.
If you would like to learn more about this role then please get in touch with Hannah at Harris Hill on Hannah.email@example.com or call her on 02078207331.
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