Charity People are thrilled to be working with a fantastic children's health charity who are looking for a Special Events and Corporate Partnerships Manager.
Special Events and Corporate Partnerships Manager
Salary: £28-32,000 per annum dependent on experience
Vacancy type: Permanent
Hours: Full time. 35 hours per week
Location: London (combination of home-based with 2/3 days a week in the office)
As the Special Events & Corporate Partnerships Manager, you will be responsible for managing a series of key corporate partnerships as well as organising and coordinating income-generating events. Working across a variety of projects and income streams, this is an exciting and pivotal new role within the team with room for innovation and to bring in new ideas. You will also be working with internal and external senior stakeholders across the charity to help deliver and grow partnerships.
The ideal person for this role will have an extensive amount of fundraising/events/corporate Partnerships experience with good corporate knowledge, and the ability to meet high targets set. You will also be an excellent communicator (written and verbal) with the ability to liaise with people at all levels and to build strong relationships. Being a team player, with fantastic project management and organisational skills is also essential to the role. You must have experience using a database (ideally a fundraising database such as Xero, Raisers Edge or Fundraiser)
You'll be joining a friendly, outgoing and supportive team that welcome innovation, creativity and new ways of thinking. If you would like to find out more about this role, please send your most recent CV to Tanya White at Charity People.
Closing date is August 13th at 9:00am however we will be screening applications as they come in, so please do submit your CV asap as the role may close early.
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