We have an amazing opportunity for an experienced Corporate Partnerships Manager to work with a mental health related organisation who are at the top of their game, and anyone would be proud to work for. We are looking for an exceptional fundraiser and leader with excellent interpersonal and relationship development skills, with ambition and enthusiasm, a natural self-starter and the ability to be both a strategic and creative thinker.
SENIOR CORPORATE PARTNERSHIPS MANAGER
Hours: Full time (35 hours per week) + presence at evening and other events as appropriate
4 days a week considered
Responsible to: Head of Fundraising (no direct reports)
Salary: £40,000-£50,000 per annum
Duration: 4-6 months FTC with a view to extend to 2023
This role will be responsible for the strategic development and implementation of a successful corporate partnerships programme for the Children Mental Health programme. Initial engagement with the corporate sector is proving extremely encouraging with the potential to develop and grow impressive relationships with leading organisations.
You will drive forward this important income stream, working closely with clinicians and researchers to develop strong, creative and successful engagement opportunities with companies.
This is an exciting time to join this important fundraising campaign when the issue of children's mental health has never been more topical and where interest from the corporate sector continues to grow.
We are looking for the following experience:
* Proven record in target driven development and face-to-face fundraising is essential.
* Proven ability to secure significant 6-7 figure corporate partnerships is essential.
* Experience in the public sector or charitable organisations is essential.
* Working knowledge of the medical or health sector or Higher Education sector in the UK is desirable.
* Ability to plan strategically and implement plans effectively.
* Ability to plan and deliver projects within budgets and on time.
* Knowledge of a Fundraising Database (eg. Raiser's Edge).
* Ability to present to and influence stakeholders in person at all levels.
* Excellent writing skills.
* Ability to deal with senior stakeholders, partners and patients.
Please apply without delay, we are looking to move quickly with this role.
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