Development Manager Jobs
Pennies is an award-winning charity at the cutting edge of fintech, working with some of the biggest brands in retail, hospitality and payments. Our mission is to protect and grow micro-donations: providing merchants with ways to collect digital donations for charity at the point of sale, and providing customers simple, affordable and accessible ways to give a little and make a huge difference.
We're searching for an experienced Business Development Manager to grow both new and existing partnerships with mid-level and larger merchants – generating leads, managing the implementation of our micro-donation solutions, and providing exceptional ongoing account management.
This is a full time, permanent role, reporting to the Chief Partner Officer - working both remotely and from our office in the City of London (EC2M).
As a core part of the Business Development team, you will work to recruit and onboard new merchant partners to the Pennies movement – helping them to implement micro-donation solutions in their customer payment journey and raise money for their charity partners.
You will have primary responsibility for mid-market to larger merchants, reacting to both in-bound enquiries and introductions, as well as seeking new business opportunities to build and grow your own territory.
The Business Development Manager will be an experienced account manager, building and maintaining strong relationships with merchant partners over time, and working to increase donation conversion rates and grow donation levels.
You will work closely with other members of the Business Development team, as well as colleagues across Technology & Product, Marketing & Charities, and the CEO, to deliver added value for your partners and raise significant funds for hundreds of charities.
Pennies’ vision is that one day, whenever people pay by card or digitally, they will be given the opportunity to donate a few pence to charity, in a simple, safe, and sustainable way. Alongside the wider team, you will help increase recognition of Pennies, our work and our impact on society, creating a legacy of digital giving.
Duties and accountabilities
Business Development and Lead Generation
- Generate new leads and secure commitment from merchants to partner with Pennies, and implement our micro-donation solutions.
- Support the growth in the establishment of Pennies as a standard feature and brand in the UK payments and POS systems market, primarily focusing on in-store opportunities.
- Establish and manage relationships with other stakeholder within your territory, cementing them as business development routes to market, identifying and qualifying suitable merchants as prospects.
- Grow demand for new technology partner development, through cultivation of merchant demand pipeline.
Implementation and Project Management
- Manage the end-to-end implementation process, working closely with merchant, technology and charity partners.
- Coordinate follow-up activity of implementation meeting to ensure all internal and external stakeholders work with the same information and follow up is effective and timely.
- Update CRM daily to reflect all key progress and actions.
- Develop and maintain an in-depth knowledge of all Pennies payments and other payments platforms/solutions.
- Retain and grow relationships through regular merchant contact, promoting and facilitating the benefits of Pennies.
- Increase donation conversion rates and donation levels by implementing the Pennies GROW principles, working closely with the Partner Marketing Manager.
- Cross sell additional multi-channel implementation opportunities where appropriate.
- Retain existing technology partners within your territory by taking every opportunity to share the added value of Pennies - sharing case studies, impact stories and aggregated Pennies value.
- Work closely with members of the Pennies Advisory Boards and the Partnership Team to ensure that the agreed priorities are achieved and that agreed actions are completed in a timely and effective manner.
- Represent Pennies with trade bodies, at trade shows, online seminars, and other events and undertake presentations and speaking opportunities as required.
Planning and Development
- Work closely with all members of the Partnership Team and wider team to ensure delivery of the Operational Plan.
- Provide input to the development of Pennies product features
Experience and skills
- At least four years relationship or account management experience.
- Experience in a needs-based selling and relationship environment, preferably working in the payments and / or retail sector.
- An ability to effectively communicate with and influence middle- and senior-ranking personnel in the target stakeholder organisations.
- An understanding of the retail, leisure and/or hospitality industries.
- Proficiency in Microsoft 365 (Excel, PowerPoint & Word).
- Demonstrate a real passion for making a difference in society with a positive attitude and a desire to contribute.
- Be a well-organised self-starter, with a “can do” attitude and a track record of seeing projects through to completion.
- Be a quick learner and have the ability to work effectively and with minimum supervision in a fast-paced professional environment with multiple tasks and deadlines.
- Be a strong team player who is versatile, collaborative and engaging.
- Have strong analytical skills.
- Have excellent verbal and written communication skills with the ability to relate to people at all levels.
- Exhibit professionalism and confidence in all areas of accountability, and when working with sensitive information.
- Show tenacity and have the ability to overcome setbacks.
What we offer
£40,000-£45,000 (dependent on experience).
- 28 days annual leave, including between Christmas and New Year – plus bank holidays.
- Work for an established, award-winning charity, using tech for social good.
- Become part of the ‘Pennies family’, a small team championing a simple idea with huge potential.
- Hybrid working – home and office, based in the City of London.
- Flexible work options available – supportive of family and personal commitments.
- Regular team off-site days and social activities.
- Personal and professional development opportunities.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Using Anonymous Recruitment
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Salary: 50-65k FTE gross per annum
Hours: Full time
Location: London / Hybrid / Remote
People can work flexibly as per Bite Back 2030’s hybrid working policy noting that office based employees are expected to be in the office 2 days per week; remote staff are required to travel to our London HQ at least once a month.
NB This is a UK based role; you must have the right to work in the UK to be considered.
Reporting to: Chief Brand Officer
Do you want to work with a vibrant, dynamic and youth driven organisation that is committed to creating healthy futures for British children by improving the food system?
Be part of the creative, agile and growing team behind Bite Back 2030’s exceptional teenage activists. Join us as our Head of Youth Development and Training and contribute to our journey to help make the food system healthier and fairer. See below for more details about the role and how to apply.
At Bite Back 2030 we are committed to ensuring our staff is representative of the diverse world around us and therefore encourage candidates from diverse backgrounds to apply. At Bite Back we are inclusive and want to ensure we uphold our multicultural environment.
About Bite Back 2030
It should be easy for us to eat healthily - it isn’t. The food system is rigged against us.
Young people are up against a flood of unhealthy food, pouring out of our highstreets, supermarkets and school canteens. Junk food is cheap and easy to access and billions is spent on marketing that ensures it plays a starring role in children’s minds. All this at a time when the health of 1 in 3 young people is already at risk from the food they eat by the time they are 11. What’s more, children from our most disadvantaged families are twice as likely to be affected than those growing up in wealthier households.
Covid-19 has only further served to highlight the injustices in the food system and sharpen the focus on the impact the food around us has on our health. We believe young people are the key voices in driving a transformation of our food system, and our young campaigners are busy pushing for changes that will protect child health.
Bite Back was co-founded by Jamie Oliver and launched in October 2019. Since then our remarkable young campaigners have featured widely in the media and at major events, campaigning on a range of issues including extending Free School Meals, tackling online and TV advertising of junk food, and calling out the food industry’s misleading marketing tactics.
With around 100 young campaigners and hundreds more young people engaged through our school and community programmes, our movement is growing and we’re not stopping until every child has access to healthy and nutritious food!
This is an exciting new role for someone with significant experience of delivering the highest standard of safeguarding, whilst also being able to design learning content that will enthuse and excite our young activists in their mission. Part of the wider senior team, you will take strategic oversight of some of our highest impact moments whilst ensuring that your own team has everything they need to deliver their life’s best work. Bite Back is a fast paced, high ambition environment where we get things done. If that appeals, then this could be one of the most rewarding and impactful roles of your career.
The Head of Youth Development and Training will be accountable for:
the skills, knowledge and safety of our young activists across our movement
ensuring the experience of being part of Bite Back is rewarding for all involved
maintaining our exceptional reputation for youth advocacy.
Key responsibilities include:
Spot, nurture and support the talent of our youth board
Ensure all our young people understand the vision and mission and upskill them to communicate in line with our narrative and framing work.
Lead on the development of curriculum content for our Programme Strands and upskill our community to be able to support with delivery
Design and deliver training content to support delivery of contracts
Develop a curriculum for our young activists so that they become expert advocates of challenging the food system
Design the Bite Back career pathways for our community, providing engaging and informative development of our young activists
Lead the content design and facilitation of key youth moments including the annual residential
Train our young people in key skills including communications and facilitation
Ensure our young people are prepared for the big moments (including press interviews and keynote speeches)
Oversee speaking and events opportunities to amplify the youth voice and support our campaigns
Ensure every member of our youth board is given the opportunity and support to build their skills and experience
Lead work to ensure our community is safe at all times acting as Designated Safeguarding Lead for Bite Back
Manage the team of youth facilitators and development leads
The Head of Youth Development and Training will work closely with the Head of Digital and Communications to ensure that the curriculum, messaging, and briefing documents are consistent with the brand narrative.
Skills / experience (required)
The ideal candidate would have the following experience and qualities:
Worked in a senior position in a youth focussed organisation
Curriculum development and design
Coaching and development
Experience of working with young people
Experience as organisational designated safeguarding lead
Leadership and team management
You will be able to show the following qualities:
A bold and open mind - you will be prepared to think differently about issues.
A level head - you will be comfortable working both reactively and proactively.
A sense of humour - we believe work should be fun and that we all perform at our very best when we enjoy what we do.
Creativity - you will come at issues from new and unusual angles and be prepared to work hard on finding fresh and surprising angles.
Resilience - you will be prepared to keep going or as our values say, set back won't set you back.
A passion for our mission.
Skills / experience (desired):
Performance or public speaking experience
Please apply with a CV and a statement answering the questions.
Applications close on the 1st of January 2024
Initial interviews are expected to take place week commencing 8th of January 2024
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Are you an experienced fundraiser looking to use your passion and expertise to support impactful arts activities involving people with experience of homelessness? Experience of implementing successful major giving and corporate income programmes? Want to be part of a dynamic, ambitious, joyful organisation? Then this could be the role for you!
The Choir with No Name (CWNN) has been building supportive choir communities with homeless and marginalised people since 2008. We were founded on the premise that singing makes you feel good; it distracts you from all the nonsense in life and helps you build confidence, skills and genuine, long-lasting friendships.
“I’m so happy to have found CWNN. It’s made such a difference to me. I’ve broken a 25-year cycle with drugs and honestly, I don’t think I could have done it without the choir. I’m not existing anymore, I’m living, and that’s huge.”
- Richard, choir member
We are at an exciting stage as an organisation with an ambitious 10-year strategy to increase our choirs from six to thirty by 2033, so we are investing in our fundraising team to grow our income in line with our bold strategy and plans.
Reporting to the Head of Development, the Development Manager will take an active role in building a robust and sustainable major donor and corporate fundraising programme to help us expand our work across the UK over the coming years. They will work closely with the Head of Development to establish new and exciting partnerships with high-net-worth individuals and companies who align with our values, to grow income sustainably and guarantee the long-term stability of the organisation.
We are an equal opportunities employer, and firmly believe that each team member can provide a unique perspective and valuable contribution to the lives of the people we work with, and applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, ethnicity, religion or belief. We particularly welcome applications from people with lived experience of homelessness. We follow an anonymous recruitment process.
- Reports to: Head of Development
- Contract: 2-year fixed term contract with potential to extend
- Hours: Part time, minimum 15 hours to max 25 hours a week, flexible and compressed hours possible.
- Location: Remote, with colleagues in London, Colchester and Sheffield. Must be UK resident/taxpayer.
- Annual leave: 25 days per year pro rata (rising with length of service) + UK bank holidays
- Salary: £33,500 to £36,000 (dependent on experience).
- Benefits: 6% employer contribution pension, Employee Assistance Programme, home working allowance, flexible hours
Major Donor Fundraising
- Proactively research, identify, and develop support from high-net-worth individuals.
- Manage a portfolio of philanthropy partners, building our income from major donors and developing a long-term major donor strategy.
- Plan and participate in engaging cultivation events, fostering strong donor relationships.
- Build and nurture strong partnerships with companies of all sizes, taking a proactive approach to ensure mutually beneficial partnerships nationally and locally in our choir cities.
- Securing gig sponsorship and Charity of the Year partnerships, both on a national and local level.
- Manage a portfolio of corporate partners of all sizes, building our income from businesses and developing a successful long-term strategy for securing financial, pro bono and in-kind support.
- Develop long-term relationships with companies and senior business people for the Choir with No Name
- Develop our workplace singing workshop programme into a sustainable self-earned revenue stream
- Contribute to the annual fundraising strategy, alongside the Head of Development and CEO.
- Develop a robust fundraising pipeline and stewardship plan to generate sustainable income in line with our targets and strategy.
- Produce accurate and timely reports for funders and Trustees.
- Ensure donation data is accurately recorded in accordance with data protection regulations.
- Carry out any other duties as may be reasonably required by the Choir with No Name within the scope of the role.
- Demonstrable experience securing and stewarding high-value relationships with supporters.
- Demonstrable experience cultivating, securing and managing successful corporate partnerships.
- Proven success in achieving challenging fundraising targets and meeting deadlines
- Proven ability to produce high quality reports & narratives
- Excellent presentation/pitching skills
- Excellent attention to detail
- Excellent written, verbal and communication skills
- Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to collaborate across a dispersed team.
- Strong IT skills with the ability to work effectively using MS 365 products
- Experience using a CRM system/donor database
- A strong understanding of legal and best practice fundraising requirements
- Love networking, relationship building and have an eye for opportunity.
- Ability to work well with a board of trustees and respective sub-committees.
- Ability to work with people from diverse backgrounds and experiences – as comfortable pitching to a team of corporate partners as you are talking about our fundraising with our choir members.
- A self-starter who can work with a high degree of autonomy.
- Results driven.
- Good at managing priorities and remaining calm under pressure.
- Consistently work with integrity and confidentiality.
- Excellent at creative problem solving and a positive can-do attitude.
- A desire to be part of a committed and hardworking team working in alignment with the values of the Choir with No Name.
- Ability to work occasional weekends and evenings.
- A good sense of humour!
- A love for music and singing is a bonus!
Deadline for applications is 9am Friday 6th January 2024
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We are proudly supporting The English Concert as they search for a Development Manager to join them at an exciting time.
The English Concert is recognised as one of the world’s great chamber orchestras and has been at the forefront of period instrument performance for 50 years. With a solid financial base, the organisation has already surpassed set goals and through an expanding, creative and driven development strategy, hope to leap forward in both size and vision.
With a focus on Individual Giving, the Development Manager will drive existing members and patrons programme to increase their continued support. You will work collaboratively across the team to expand the prospect pipeline with an eye for prioritisation and skilful stewardship. The Development Manager will also support efforts to secure relevant public sector funds and direct the efforts of the trusts and foundations officer. With a recent admin officer recently joining the team, the new Development Manager can really focus on securing new and maintaining pre-existing relationships. The English Concert’s fundraising target for the current financial year is £450,000, which includes substantial contributions from regular donors and keen assistance from The English Concert in America.
This is a flexible role, with flexible hybrid working arrangements based in their Holborn (London) office. It is full time with an annual salary of £40k-£45k on offer, but part time working may also be considered.
We welcome all candidates to apply, regardless of age, sex/gender, disability, race, religion, sexual orientation, marital status or pregnancy/maternity. If you have any disability and require reasonable adjustment/s to any part of the process, then please contact Flora Cunningham at Prospectus.
At Prospectus we invest in your journey as a candidate and are committed to supporting you with your application. Please in the first instance share an up-to-date CV with us and should your experience be suitable, we will look to arrange for a call and/or meeting to brief you on the role. You will then have all the information you need to finalise your formal application. We are looking forward to connecting with you soon.
This organisation is scheduling interviews as the applications come in. Don’t miss your opportunity, apply now!
Development Manager at Fumble
- Salary £30,000-£34,000, depending on experience (pro rata at 0.8 FTE) We’re looking for someone 4 days per week (0.8 FTE). However, other hours will be considered for an exceptional candidate.
- Fully remote or Sheffield hybrid, UK candidates only You must be based in and have the right to work in the UK, due to employment law.
- Start date: asap
- Deadline to apply: 5pm on Thursday 21 December
- Contract type: permanent
- Benefits: pension, 25 days annual leave + bank holidays (pro rata if the role is taken up on a part time basis), training and development
We’re looking for a talented Development Manager who will develop and run Fumble’s exciting and impactful products.
Examples of the type of products are:
- Parent workshops
- Consultancy (for academic research projects & for brands)
- Our monthly donor membership programme
- Peer support programmes for young people.
Our ideal person is likely to have experience in the following areas:
- Developing, delivering, marketing and selling services/products
- Managing freelancers and other relevant stakeholders
- Delivering projects successfully to timelines, keeping track of budgets, and measuring impact
- Customer engagement.
If you have experience in some, but not all, of these areas, don’t let this put you off - we’re looking for a talented and passionate individual who’s willing to grow with the role. We need someone who’s excited about getting things going "from scratch" , and being a very key member in Fumble’s small staff team.
We’re an emerging, award-winning charity with massive UK-wide impact, and we’re looking for the perfect person to help us make it all happen. You will be the third member of our small and mighty staff team. This is a unique opportunity to take on an instrumental role in developing Fumble, working with our CEO, Lucy, and our Programme Manager, Emilie, to define who we are, what we’re doing, and to strengthen all our activities.
Discover all about Fumble in our most recent annual report, attached.
Ready to apply? Send your CV (pdf format preferred) and a cover email to Lucy and Emilie.
‘Fumble is like the knowledgeable best friend every young person needs when growing up. A handbook for everyone, to guide them in making the right sex and relationship choices for themselves.' Amy, 19
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Prospectus are delighted to be supporting The Worshipful Company of Salters’ in their search for a Charities and Development Manager. This is a brilliant opportunity and exciting new role that encompasses both Trusts and Foundations fundraising for their flagship charity, The Salters’ Institute and the administration of grants from The Salters’ Charitable Foundation to core long term partners, new project granters and ad–hoc applicants.
This is a permanent, part-time (28 hours a week) role with flexible hybrid working arrangements in London. The salary for this position is £37,000 – £40,000 (pro rata) per annum.
We are reviewing applications on a rolling basis so please do apply now and we will be in touch!
As the Charities and Development Manager, you will be researching and writing compelling funding bids for a wide variety of projects and matching these to appropriate potential trusts and foundations. As well as developing relationships with existing funders, you will research and apply to new ones together with reporting back on grants awarded.
To be successful in this role, you will have demonstrable experience of successfully fundraising from Trusts and Foundation sources. You will also have experience of writing fundraising proposals that have resulted in five or six figure grants.
At Prospectus we invest in your journey as a candidate and are committed to supporting you with your application. We welcome candidates from a diverse range of backgrounds. Please let us know if we can help you with the application process in any way. We are more than happy to make any reasonable adjustments to enable all interested candidates to apply.
If you are interested in applying to this position, please submit your CV in the first instance. Should your experience be suitable, we will send you the full job description and will arrange for a call and/or meeting to brief you on the role. You’ll then have all the information you need to formally apply.
The Institute is inviting applications for a Learning and Development Manager to join our IfG Academy team, to start as soon as notice periods allow.
The IfG Academy brings together the Institute’s expertise on government into practical training and support. We help those working in government to improve it, and those outside government to understand and engage with it, through a range of tailored workshops and resources: for ministers on how to get the most out of their time in office, for officials on how to support their ministers effectively, and for subject specialists on how to engage meaningfully with policy makers.
Since launching the IfG Academy at the beginning of 2023, interest in our training courses from clients in government, the public sector, non-governmental organisations, businesses and academia has been significant. This success has been such that we are now in a position to expand the team to meet the demand we have generated, and help us continue to grow.
We are therefore looking to appoint a second Learning & Development Manager to support our Head of Learning & Development in designing and delivering our programme of workshops and training courses on government and policymaking.
In this role, you will work with the rest of the IfG Academy team and others across the IfG to design and deliver courses and workshops for a wide variety of clients including ministers, civil servants, MPs, academics and others.
This will include:
- Delivering high-quality online, in-person and hybrid workshops, roundtables and training courses alongside the Head of Learning & Development and other IfG Academy colleagues to a wide variety of audiences.
- Designing and developing high-quality, compelling course materials reflecting the Institute’s extensive research and expertise – where appropriate in collaboration with the IfG’s team of research professionals.
- Professional and timely liaison with external clients and course attendees, to maintain and grow the Institute’s excellent reputation for Learning & Development.
- Working with the Institute’s partnerships, events and operations teams to ensure workshops and training courses are administered effectively and run smoothly.
As the Academy develops there is scope for this role to grow, enabling you to take on increasing responsibility.
Candidates for this role need to have experience in designing and/or delivering workshops or training sessions. However, we are taking a broad view on what this experience looks like, and the role could suit people with a wide range of different backgrounds and experiences. If you are interested in applying but are not sure you have all the skills or experience we’re looking for, please do apply and give us the opportunity to consider you as a candidate. Full details about the role, including a person specification and information about the application process, can be found in our job application pack and we encourage all candidates to read the pack carefully before completing their application.
The IfG is committed to supporting greater diversity and inclusion within our workforce, and to fostering an environment in which everyone feels welcome, supported and valued. We welcome applications from anyone who is interested in government and how to make it more effective, and particularly encourage applications from candidates who belong to groups currently underrepresented in the think-tank sector. This includes but is not limited to minority ethnic candidates, disabled candidates, and candidates from low-income backgrounds.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Welsh Language Development Manager
Join the organisation in shaping the future of early learning and childcare in Wales!
We have an exciting opportunity, funded by the Welsh Government, for a dynamic individual to join the organisation as maternity leave cover in the pivotal role of Welsh Language Development Manager. This position is integral to the Cymru’s Cwlwm initiative, where you will lead efforts focused on the Welsh Language, contributing significantly to the organisations goal of integrating the Welsh language into member settings across Wales.
Position: Welsh Language Development Manager (Maternity Cover)
Location: Home based
Hours: Full time 37 hours per week
Salary: Up to £29,000 depending on experience
Duration: Maternity cover until March 2025
Benefits: Include 25 days’ holiday, rising to 29 after service increments plus 8 bank holiday, Personal Pension Scheme, Healthcare Cash Plan, Employee Assistance Programme, Staff Awards Scheme, Company Sick Pay Scheme, flexible working patterns
Please note: To apply you will be asked to submit your CV along with a covering letter (in Welsh) detailing how your skills, knowledge and experience meet the requirements of the role.
As the Welsh Language Development Manager, you will collaborate closely with Regional Development Managers and the Welsh Language Project Co-ordinator to identify and support Welsh language needs within member settings.
Key responsibilities include:
- Developing and maintaining effective partnerships and relationships with local authorities and partners on a local and national level in relation to the Welsh language
- Working with the Cymru team to identify early years sector workforce needs and develop resources
- Establishing and managing robust procedures and systems to support the planning, coordination, delivery, and monitoring of Cymru’s Welsh language work
- Providing regular written reports identifying progress against targets for Senior Managers and funding bodies
- Collaborating with the Welsh Language Project Co-ordinator to promote the use of Welsh within member settings
- Systematically gathering and recording sector intelligence and research from early years, childcare, and play work providers and partners.
As Welsh Language Development Manager, you will have:
- Level 3 qualification (e.g. NVQ Level 3 Nursery/Infant Teaching Certificate) or equivalent.
- A good standard of education in Welsh and English.
- Good communication skills both written and oral - fluent in both English and Welsh
- Knowledge of the benefits and value of the Welsh language in the early years sector
- Enthusiasm for quality Early years, childcare and play work opportunities.
- Experience of working within a related field. e.g. education, Early Years or childcare
- Experience of supervision / line management duties.
About the Organisation
The organisation is a national charity and membership association specifically for nurseries. They work in partnership with nurseries, local authorities, national government and a range of partners to develop an environment in which early learning and care can flourish.
The organisation is committed to a policy of equal opportunities and actively opposes discrimination in society.
You may also have experience as a Welsh Language Development Manager, Welsh Language, Development Manager, Project Development Manager, Project Development, Development, Manager, Project Coordination Manager, Project Development Coordinator, Development Lead.
PLEASE NOTE: This role is being advertised by NFP People on behalf of the organisation.
Kensington & Chelsea Social Council (KCSC) works to strengthen and promote local voluntary and community organisations and the communities they work with.
Voluntary Sector Development Manager
This role provides leadership of KCSC’s Sector Development service for the voluntary and community sector in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (RBKC).
We are seeking a person with an excellent understanding of the charity sector and the ability to lead KCSC’s long-established and vital core service supporting local voluntary and community organisations.
You will have a detailed understanding of what’s required to run a charity, and the ability to manage, develop and deliver the service effectively, including promotion and increasing its reach into the sector; identifying new opportunities to meet sector needs; implementing and evaluating new projects.
The role requires excellent communication skills and the ability to work with a wide range of stakeholders - including local voluntary and community organisations and key staff from statutory bodies and other funders - and develop and support local partnerships.
You will have experience of managing budgets, monitoring, evaluation and reporting and the ability to develop business plans and fundraising bids.
The Brick is an ambitious charity with big aspirations for people in need within our community. We provide RELIEF, RESTORATION and REFORMATION by offering tailored support, hope, and opportunity to those looking to improve their quality of life. Our projects include emergency and supported accommodation, an affordable food community, street outreach and homelessness prevention programmes. In March 2023, we launched England’s first multibank in partnership with Gordon Brown and Amazon. In the past 10 months we have distributed 500,000 essential household items, donated to us by businesses, to families in need via a network of over 300 professional partners across Wigan, Leigh and neighbouring boroughs. We now have huge ambitions to grow this project across the northwest by establishing regional partner distribution hubs and establish transportation and distribution capabilities. We are now looking for a Multibank Development Manager to build a long-term financially sustainable operational plan for this project. In joining our team, you will a believer in the right to equal life chances with a passion to improve lives through collaboration and innovation. You’ll have outstanding numeracy and data analysis skills, relationship management and influencing experience and will be tenacious. You’ll be someone who is self- motivated, strategically experienced, commercial and an analytical leader. You’ll also be someone who has excellent organisational and logistical or transport experience, attention to detail, strong communication skills and be an empathic team leader.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
HOME first opened its doors in May 2015: a new, £25m multi-art form venue for Manchester, operated by Greater Manchester Arts Centre (GMAC). Since opening, we have welcomed over 3 million visitors and contributed over £101 million to the Greater Manchester economy.
We became one of the few UK organisations to produce new work across theatre, visual art and cinema, achieving local, national and international artistic recognition.
Our programme is presented across:
· Five state-of-the-art cinemas, presenting one of the UK’s most celebrated programmes of independent film
· Two theatres – c.500 seat proscenium arch, T1; and c.130 seat flexible studio theatre, T2 – presenting HOME produced productions
· 500m2 contemporary visual art space
· Digital platforms
· Talent development and engagement spaces
· In the communities of Manchester
HOME’s Development team fundraises more than £850k each year to help deliver this activity, in addition to funding from Manchester City Council, Arts Council England, BFI and Greater Manchester Combined Authority.
The Development Team inspires donors to support a range of activities including our high-quality public programme, artist development programmes, widening access to the arts and supporting Manchester’s next generation of creative talent.
As Development Manager, you will establish and develop productive working relationships with mid and major funders across a range of sources. You will develop strategies for growth and work closely with the Development Officer and wider team to deliver these.
To find out more please visit the HOME website and download the full recruitment pack.
We are also recruiting for a Development Officer on a permanent basis see website for full details and how to apply.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Percival is excited to be working exclusively with Surviving Economic Abuse (SEA) in its search for a new Corporate Development Manager. In this newly created position, the postholder will be responsible for driving new business and nurturing partnerships particularly within the financial services sector whilst influencing key audiences and stakeholders to help grow and diversify SEA’s income.
At Surviving Economic Abuse (SEA), the team tackles one of society’s biggest issues. One in six women reports that a former or current partner has controlled or is controlling their economic resources – money and the things it can buy such as food, clothing, transportation, and housing. Through economic control, abusers limit women’s freedoms, they steal their futures, and, in far too many cases, they take their lives. Yet too few people are aware of economic abuse – even those who experience it.
Title: Corporate Development Manager
Salary: £36,000 per annum
Working Pattern: Full Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Home-based (with a willingness to regularly travel into London and other major financial hubs as required and expenses paid)
Deadline for Applications: Rolling Basis
They will be interviewing on a rolling basis with a two stage interview process to be held in-person (accessible central London location) and online.
The post holder will proactively identify and research potential corporate prospects, developing a robust corporate partnerships pipeline with an effective cultivation plan to generate sustainable income (80%). They will also provide excellent stewardship to existing corporate supporters and work collaboratively with partners to deliver impact (20%).
SEA is looking for a fundraising professional with demonstratable success in a corporate fundraising and/or account management role, which includes funding from the financial services sector. The successful candidate must share their feminist ethos and have the ability to work unsupervised on own initiative, to prioritise and deliver competing tasks under tight deadlines.
The team at Percival is committed to your journey as a candidate, and will provide any necessary support throughout the application process. If you require assistance in completing your application, or need the process to be adjusted, please don’t hesitate to contact Adam at Percival.
We value diversity and encourage applicants from all backgrounds to apply.
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Harris Hill are thrilled to be partnering up with a brilliant independent school who are looking for a Fundraising Development Manager. The role is at the heart of the community fundraising in and out of the school, focussing on the full cycle of cultivation, solicitation and stewardship.
Job title: Fundraising Development Manager
Location: Homebased/ Hammersmith 3 times a week
Grade and salary: £45,000
Hours: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Responsibilities within this role will include:
- Develop and deliver the strategy and tactics to increase giving and participation in support of our annual bursaries appeals.
- Manage the process of researching potential donors and other potential supporters of the Foundation.
- Design the stewardship matrix and tactics to thank supporters and develop compelling content that surprises and delights donors.
To be considered for this role, you’ll be:
- Have previous fundraising experience;
- Take an innovative approach to meet and exceed targets;
- Be a confident, assured communicator in English, both in written and verbal form;
- Be focused, well organised, proactive and efficient;
- Be curious and solution-focused when faced with challenges;
If you would like to have a chat to learn more about this role and to receive a full job description please contact Hannah at Harris Hill on [email protected] or call her on 020 7820 7331.
The hiring manager is seeing applications on a rolling basis so please get in touch asap.
Harris Hill Charity Recruitment Specialists operates an equal opportunity policy and commits to treating all of our candidates and jobseekers fairly. We welcome and encourage applications from everyone regardless of age, disability, sex, gender, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.
This varied programme will raise major gifts from Patrons, Individual Giving sources and corporate sponsors to support exhibitions, learning and engagement, capital campaigns, conservation, and acquisitions. This fundraised income will support, among many other projects, the development of a project to deliver a sustainable new facility to care for, research and share Scotland's renowned national art collection.
Some of your key responsibilities will include
* Managing and developing a portfolio of individual prospects, identifying, cultivating and leading on approaches to solicit major gifts for capital campaigns, public programme and other projects
* Considered management of individual major donor relations, ensuring exceptional stewardship at all times
* Be responsible for the preparation of presentations and proposals to secure support from individuals for our public programme and capital campaigns.
* Working with senior colleagues to develop and deliver Patrons cultivation event programme
* Developing innovative ways of maximising donations from visitors across all sites.
To succeed in this role, you'll need a combination of;
* Experience of developing and sustaining a portfolio of high net worth prospects, resulting in five figure gifts
* Experience of delivering membership programmes and working with Patrons.
* have an ability to exert influence with diplomacy and a track record of inspiring donors to support a cause.
* A strong track record of devising and delivering cultivation events.
* Knowledge of the UK arts and cultural sector.
* Well connected with advanced networking skills.
There is a salary on offer in the range £40,900 - £45,700 dependent on experience. This is a full time, hybrid role with good flexibility available. You can work from a central hub in Edinburgh 2 days per week.
Benefits include 36.5 days annual leave and very generous pension contributions.
For more information about this position and next steps please apply here now or contact Hayley at Harris Hill on 02078207306.
Please note the closing date for applications is 9am Monday 18th December.
Harris Hill Charities Recruitment Specialists operates an equal opportunity policy and commits to treating all of our candidates and jobseekers fairly. We welcome and encourage applications from everyone regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.
Do you exude a passionate expertise in fundraising, with a solid understanding of individual giving, and thrive on collaborative efforts with fellow team members?
Charity People are proud to be collaborating with Norfolk Wildlife Trust on their search for a talented Supporter Development Manager to join their Membership Team.
Salary: £30,000-£35,000 per annum
Contract: Full-time, with options for part-time and job-share arrangements
Location: Bewick House, Norwich, hybrid working model
Benefits: include an 8% contribution to Aviva's group personal pension scheme, 25 days plus statutory holidays, annual holiday allowance increasing by one day per year up to a maximum of 30 days, an employee assistance program, annual salary reviews, and free reserve access for your loved ones.
About Norfolk Wildlife Trust:
Norfolk Wildlife Trust's mission is to create more space for nature to thrive and inspire more people to take action for nature across Norfolk. Supported by more than 38,000 members NWT wants to safeguard and enhance Norfolk's rich wildlife. With 60 nature reserves, five visitor centres, and an unwavering commitment to environmental conservation, NWT is a force for positive change.
As their Supporter Development Manager, you'll be an integral part in their Membership Team, working collaboratively across departments to recruit and retain NWT's passionate members. Your focus will be on promoting membership and fostering overall support particularly through individual giving.
Key responsibilities include:
- Orchestrating high-impact membership recruitment campaigns and innovative fundraising activities.
- Collaborating seamlessly with colleagues in Fundraising, Visitor Centres, PR, and Comms.
- Leading compelling supporter appeals to achieve income generation objectives.
- To champion the mission and objectives, representing as an ambassador for NWT.
We're seeking a highly motivated and articulate communicator with:
- Proven expertise in supporter development, including membership and/or individual giving or in a similar fundraising field.
- Experience in marketing and digital communication.
- A track record of exceeding significant income targets.
- A flair for creative thinking and a genuine team-player spirit.
- A solid understanding of best practices in supporter development and stewardship.
- A dedication to data analysis and extracting insights from audience research.
If you're passionate about wildlife conservation and want to make a positive impact on Norfolk's natural environment, then we want to hear from you. Please send a copy of your latest CV to Priya at Charity People in the first instance.
Deadline: Only because of the time sensitive nature of this recruitment, we're accepting applications on a rolling basis. If this will disadvantage you in any way at all, please drop Priya a message and she'll make sure that you don't miss out. The provisional closing date will be the 2nd of January 2024, but this may change, so we recommend getting in touch as soon as possible.
First stage interview: 08th of January 2024
Second Stage interview: 12th of January 2024
Charity People actively promotes equality, diversity, and inclusion. We match charity needs with the skills and experience of candidates, irrespective of age, disability (including hidden disabilities), gender, gender identity or gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, or sexual orientation. We do this because we know greater diversity will lead to even greater results for the charities we work with.