London, Greater London

£43,000 - £52,000 per year (some flexibility for the right candidate)

Permanent, Full-time

HQ00175875

Job Description

The Academy

Engineering is at the cutting edge: from robotics, machine learning and artificial intelligence, to mobile phones, medical technology, advanced sports equipment and driverless cars, engineering is shaping the future all around us.

The Academy brings together the most successful and talented engineers from across the profession to advance excellence in engineering for the benefit of society, not just nationally but globally.

The opportunity

The Development Team is expanding. You will play a key part in shaping and delivering a 50th anniversary campaign, as well as realising the Academy's goal of building a better world through engineering.

The role

We are looking for a Senior Corporate Partnerships Manager who will work closely with the Head of Corporate Partnerships and Development Director to shape and deliver the Academy's corporate partnerships strategy.

With research support in the team, you will lead on initiating, cultivating, securing and stewarding a portfolio of corporate partners and prospects capable of making multi-year, six figure commitments. You will lead on a pro-active corporate engagement strategy, including a range of bespoke supporter events.

You will be an experienced corporate fundraiser with a track record in securing sponsorship and charitable gifts through a creative approach, pitching proposal development and a good understanding of the partners' interests and needs. You will be adept at new business and account management and enjoy delivering bespoke corporate engagement plans.

The best person for this role will be highly professional and eager to grow their expertise and experience. You will be tenacious and pro-active in your drive to succeed.

Process to apply

To learn more about the campaign and this role, read the welcome letter and understand why the Royal Academy of Engineering is an amazing place to work, visit the dedicated recruitment site via the Apply button.

The Royal Academy of Engineering is partnering with Prospectus to support these appointments. For an informal and confidential discussion about any position please contact Femke Vorstman at Prospectus.