How to apply
Please apply by emailing [email protected] by 11pm on Monday 26th August 2019 with: • A CV with salary information for your most recent post and two referees, one of whom should be your present or most recent employer. We will contact them after interview. • A (maximum) two side A4 supporting statement (saying why you want the job and explaining how you fit the person specification). This statement is crucial; CVs alone will not be accepted. See overleaf for guidance to help you make the most of your application. • A completed equal opportunities form (this is optional)
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.
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.