Home based/head office - flexible
The Child Brain Injury Trust is looking to appoint a Commercial Partnerships Manager to manage and develop the trading arm of the charity. Predominantly this will be through further developing stronger relationships with existing legal partners, to ensure they receive a fair return on their investment. To work with the Head of Brain Injury Services who delivers the operational contracts in hospitals and the community. In addition, the postholder will be responsible for developing and growing the charity’s Case Management joint venture with Bush and Co to ensure that the relationship is strong, that law firms outside of the Legal Support Service introduced to the service to enable it to grow. This will include attending and presenting at Bush & Co training/networking events and to ensure that effective reporting is maintained. Growth is required over a 3-year period from new areas of trading such as cause related marketing and developing key trading opportunities with new suppliers. Deadlines are a pre-requisite. There will be an expectation that this position will be responsible for an annual income target c £600k from existing contracts and £100k of growth from new opportunities over the next 3 years.
The position holder will have exceptional sales acumen and relationship management skills and experience of working with senior partners and directors. They will be values driven with integrity at their core.
To develop and manage CBIT’s successful Legal Support Service partnership (currently 17 partners across the UK), Case Management joint venture, CBIT in Hand market place, affiliation partnerships (which are new ventures) and to identify and develop new opportunities within the trading sphere such as cause related’ marketing, social enterprise opportunities for the charity’s products and services. A key purpose of the role is to ensure quality, excellence and to carry out due diligence to ensure all partners align with the charity’s values and purpose. This is an important role within the charity and as such the position holder will need to be resourceful, pragmatic, and creative.
The role is home based although there may be regular travel throughout the UK as part of the role. There may be a need to work occasional evenings and weekends, however these will be agreed in advance. Initial induction training will take place at the Child Brain Injury Trust head office in Oxfordshire
More information about the Child Brain Injury Trust can be found at our website
Closing date: Wednesday 2nd February 2022 (12pm)
Interview date: Monday 14th February and Tuesday 15th February 2022
To apply for the post, please email a covering letter (no more than 2 sides of A4) stating why you are interested in this role along with your CV, to our office email address which can be found in the Application Pack.
For any queries concerning the role please find our contact details in the Application Pack
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.