SW18, London
£30,000 - £35,000 per year
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

This is an exciting opportunity for someone with experience in corporate partnerships to manage a small team and lead on new business development for a national charity helping people affected by spinal cord injury.

About the role:

The Corporate Partnerships Manager role is hands-on – you’ll be responsible for creating strategy, managing budgets, building relationships and securing income from a range of new and existing corporate partners.

The role requires a strong team player who can demonstrate timely completion of multiple projects whilst remaining flexible. The post holder will work with a range of stakeholders including senior management, staff within the charity, corporate partners, trustees, committees and other volunteers, in order to maximise the opportunities from our corporate partnerships.


About you:

You will be an experienced Corporate Fundraiser with experience of growing income and support from long-term partnerships as well as securing new business. You will be solution-focused, hard-working and a team player.

You will have:
- Excellent communications skills, both written and verbal

- Strong relationship building skills
- Experience of managing and setting budgets
- A good working knowledge of corporate partnerships fundraising

- A positive attitude
- Excellent time-management skills

About the charity:

You will work for a charity with an international reputation in its field, with some great staff and volunteers and a great working atmosphere. You can be proud of raising money for vital, award-winning services for spinal cord injured people and their families.

Every four hours in the UK, someone will sustain a spinal cord injury and become paralysed. Their life and the lives of those around them will be changed forever – Back Up exists to help people pick up the pieces and get things back on track again.

For a glimpse at the lighter-side of life at Back Up, please check out this video.


How to apply:

An intro letter, a separate job description and an equal opportunities form should all be downloaded using the links on this page. Please upload all your attachments to this site.

Please send:

  • Your CV
  • A covering letter of not more than 2 pages which addresses the points in the person specification. Applications submitted without this will not be considered.
  • The Equal Opportunities Form (optional)



More about Back-Up


Every four hours, someone in the UK will sustain a spinal cord injury. It could be as the result of an illness or som... Read more

Posted on: 12 August 2019
Closed date: 26 August 2019
Tags: Fundraising, Management

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