How to become a Corporate Partnership Manager


Considering a career as a Corporate Partnership Manager?

Corporate Partnerships are a huge part of any charity's fundraising strategy. From nation-wide grocery stores to banks and even television stations, corporations open new avenues for charities to reach audiences on a national, if not global, scale. As a Corporate Partnership Manager, you'll be responsible for managing high-value corporate partnerships and developing long-term strategies to secure multi-year strategic partnerships. Ultimately, your job is to manage relationships and research new brands you could join forces with. The ideal candidate will be confident, ambitious and driven to achieve the best outcome for your charity.

Where can a career as a Corporate Partnership Manager take you?

Partnerships Executive £29500 1-3 years
Corporate Partnership Manager £33,000 3-4 years
Head of Partnerships £50000 4-6 years

Are you the perfect candidate?

Skills and traits

  • Excellent communication and research skills
  • People-person with a knack for influencing and negotiating
  • Great at giving presentations to a range of different people
  • Skilled at putting together quality reports

Qualifications and experience

  • Experience managing relationships with commercial organisations
  • Proven track record of strategic prospect building and account management
  • Knowledge of governance and regulations related to corporate partnerships, including commercial contracts

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