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Corporate Partnerships Manager

Bristol (Hybrid)
£28687 - £33801 per annum
Full-time
Permanent
Job description

Are you a Corporate Fundraising specialist who passionately believes that every childhood is worth fighting for?

Are you looking to develop your fundraising experience with a sector-leading team? If the answer is yes, then this Corporate Partnerships Manager role is probably for you.

Salary: £28,687 - £33,801

Benefits: 29 days + bank holidays increasing to 32 days with 5 years' service, 7% employer pension contribution

Location: South West, Home Counties, South of England

Contract: Permanent 35 hours FTE, can consider 4 days per week

Culture: Healthy, happy and both life and family-friendly*

Every childhood is worth fighting for. This is what drives the NSPCC's Fundraising team to get out there and bring in the funds needed to protect children and prevent abuse. As Corporate Partnerships Manager across the South of England, you'll get more people involved in change that means everything.

What's the story?

Due to the growth of the regional corporate partnership portfolio, we are recruiting to a brand-new role joining the team to help deliver on some exciting corporate partnerships. You'll identify and secure new corporate partnerships, as well as support the work of the wider UK team. This role will give you the chance to change the future for thousands of children.

About the team

You'll join one of the longest established, national corporate teams in the third sector, with a track record of working with some of the largest and most dynamic businesses in the country. It has delivered strategic partnerships, commercial activity, and all sizes of Charity of the Year programmes.

They are incredibly passionate and committed to professional development and helping individuals to achieve their career goals and aspirations, which is at the heart of the team ethos. Previous members of the team have gone on to progress their careers in specialist fundraising positions and leadership positions within the NSPCC and at other well-known organisations.

About you

Your focus will be to identify, develop and win new corporate support through commercial, strategic opportunities and Charity of the Year partnerships. You will also manage some of the teams existing and future accounts, providing creative account management to maximise the impact for partners.

How do I know I'm the right person for the role?

  • You feel confident in building and maintaining relationships with existing supporters and generating new leads with cold and warm prospects.
  • With the right support, you'll feel confident in talking about the NSPCC in a way to influence others and secure partnerships, in both a one-to-one environment and to large audiences.
  • You will be able to approach tasks with an open mind and work creatively both independently and with others to create powerful propositions.
  • You are organised, tenacious, new business focussed and ready for a challenge.

Working environment and benefits

This role is primarily home based, with an expectation to travel freely across your designated region (travel expensed), plus occasionally travel to other parts of the country for team meetings, training and to support the wider team.

In return, we can offer a flexible working arrangement to ensure a healthy work/life balance. The successful candidate may wish to work from their local NSPCC hub from time to time or may have individual circumstances that can be discussed at interview.

*There are a variety of additional benefits including:

  • Employee benefits and assistance programme
  • Life assurance scheme
  • Family friendly policies including enhanced maternity and paternity leave, adoption leave and IVF leave
  • A range of learning and development opportunities including apprenticeship opportunities
  • A range of lived experience network groups including Black Workers Support Group, Thrive Network, Muslim Colleagues and Allies Group, PINCC (Pride in the NSPCC's Colleagues and Children), the Family Network and Action 4 Deaf and Disabled as People Together.

This is a unique opportunity to join the UK's leading children's charity and work alongside a friendly, passionate and dedicated team.

If you are as exciting by this opportunity as we are, then please get in touch with a copy of your CV to Amelia Lee at Charity People.

Final deadline: Only because this role has been advertised before, we'll be working on a rolling basis so please get in touch ASAP if interested. If you feel this disadvantages you in anyway, please let Amelia know and she'll do her best to ensure you don't miss out.

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.

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Posted on: 16 April 2024
Closed date: 30 April 2024 at 17:00
Job ref: 82826
Tags: Fundraising