I'm recruiting for a Corporate Engagement Manager to join a ground-breaking charity which is working tirelessly to help 1million individuals around the world who are currently experiencing homelessness. A global campaign bringing together local charities; international NGOs; and high profile individuals including Nobel prize winners, and A-List celebrities; this is an amazing opportunity to make a tangible difference locally, whilst working on a hugely exciting international project.
Based in Cardiff - either office based or home based, the charity is super flexible - and this is a contract position until the end of 2019.
The postholder will be responsible for the following:
- Drive corporate participation to flagship event to be held in early December
- Initiate discussions and secure corporate partnerships from cold relationships to agreed income targets
- Secure meetings with relevant companies across a range of sectors
- Develop proposals and presentations for prospective partners
- Lead meetings with corporate contacts and prospects
- Attend networking events to generate leads
- Develop and lead engagement plans to reach senior decision makers and high net worth individuals
The charity is open to applications from both the charity sector with a fundraising background; or from a sales or business development role within the commercial sector - most important is the ability to drive income growth and event participation numbers; build partnerships with new contacts; and work in an organised, proactive manner.
If you'd like to be considered for this role please send your CV to [email protected] or call on 020 7939 7448 to have an initial chat about the position.
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