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Thanks to funding from The National Lottery Community Fund, we are currently recruiting for a brand-new role of Business Development Manager.
This exciting and varied opportunity is for a talented Business Development professional who will help to acquire new partnerships across a range of sectors and develop a sustainable business model for InUnity’s training and personal development packages.
You might be an experienced fundraiser within the third sector or worked in community development for several years with strong skills in developing partnerships. Equally, you may be an experienced sales or business development professional looking to use your talent to make an impact for young people here in Birmingham. Wherever your experience is from - charity or private sector – we are looking for the right person. Experience and skills are important to us, but mostly we want someone who is motivated by their passion to help change the lives of young people.
The main aim of the role is to support InUnity to diversify its income by developing a working business model, developing business cases with key stakeholders and the commercial sector and supporting the team to develop some of our key programmes. Finally, you will contribute to raise the profile of InUnity through effective communication and marketing opportunities.
If this sounds like the role for you, then why not apply? Send your CV with a personal statement detailing why you are the next member of InUnity.
Please refer to the ‘person specification’ attached when writing your covering letter. Only those candidates that do so will be considered for an interview.