Charity People are thrilled to be helping a social welfare charity in London to find a New Business Manager to manage and lead two fundraisers, in securing new corporate partners for this fantastic charity. The role is pivotal to the fundraising team, and given it is a significant year for the charity, the role is primed for an experienced corporate partnerships fundraiser to have a substantial impact.
Job title: New Business Manager
Region: Greater London
Contract: Permanent - Full Time, 35 hours per week
Salary: £32,000 - 36,000 gross per annum plus £4,452 London Weighting
Closing Date: Friday 30th April 2021
Required: CV and Cover Letter
As the charity reaches a milestone year and looks to the future, their valuable fundraising relationships with companies are more important than ever. They have a successful track record of securing and nurturing partnerships with some of the UK's best-known businesses, which deliver multi-million pounds worth of income and additional benefits. This role will be integral to ensuring that they continue to find new companies with which they can build sustainable, mutually beneficial, award-winning partnerships.
We are looking for a passionate, self-motivated and entrepreneurial fundraiser. With a background in new business corporate fundraising or private sector sales and marketing, you will understand how to engage businesses, work with stakeholders at any level, and identify synergies between our work and their objectives. You should have successful working knowledge of the new business cycle, including initial research and building a pipeline, making approaches to companies, building partnership frameworks, and closing the deal. Underpinned by knowledge of the economy and the charity sector, you should be able to create and deliver prospecting plans with creativity and tenacity.
With responsibility for two Officers, you will need to demonstrate experience of managing, inspiring and mentoring people to enable them to do their best work. You should be comfortable with building relationships quickly.
If the role is of interest to you and you wish to find out more, please contact Stuart Milliner at Charity People.
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