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The National Brain Appeal’s mission is to support the development of new treatments and cures for the 100s of devastating neurological conditions that affect 1 in 6 people in the UK (current figures stand at 14.7m). The charity makes a major contribution towards capital appeals, in funding pioneering research, providing access to the best technology for expert diagnosis and treatment, and towards training tomorrow’s clinicians at The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery and the UCL Institute of Neurology, known collectively as “Queen Square”.
This is a fantastic opportunity to join the Charity at a very exciting time as we gear up towards two major capital appeals. You will work with some amazing people across the organisation and Queen Square. With the support of the wider fundraising team and with access to a rich pool of prospects and prospect research, you will create and make the asks that shape our future and help transform research, diagnoses and outcomes for devastating neurological and neurodegenerative conditions.
We are looking for candidates with a broad range of professional expertise, a creative approach and a passion for fundraising across multiple – and sometimes competing – priorities to shape and deliver activity and income around the Charity’s mid-level and major donors, our capital appeals, corporate partnerships and large trusts and foundations programmes
As an established philanthropy and major gifts professional, you will join us at an exciting period of growth and alongside five other new recruits. You will lead a newly created team (with four direct reports) to help us to develop and deliver our ambitious major gifts and corporate fundraising strategy. You will have a proven track record of personally securing gifts of £100,000 plus and will use your knowledge and expertise to deliver powerful recruitment and retention campaigns and strategies to engage and excite key audiences. Working in collaboration with the executive team, you will drive innovations in fundraising, making the best use of data driven decisions and technology to support growth and increase our efficiency and reach.
This role requires strong personal relationship management skills and the ability to develop and deliver effective, long-term engagement strategies to ensure sustainability. You will demonstrate a good understanding of major donor, trust and corporate fundraising market trends alongside strong influencing and negotiation skills. You will be accustomed to dealing with senior level figures and in managing the highest-level relationships between the charity, corporates, trusts, and mid-level and major donors.
As a Team Leader, you will be proactive, highly organised and with excellent problem-solving skills. You will inspire and motivate your team at all levels while setting ambitious stretch targets aligned with the charity‘s vision and strategic goals ensuring projects are delivered effectively and efficiently.
The National Brain Appeal is an independent charity operating within the UCLH NHS Foundation Trust framework. As such, you can take advantage of numerous excellent benefits including:
• Travel season ticket loans
• NHS staff discounts
• 27 days annual leave on appointment
• Hybrid working options available
• Attractive NHS pension scheme
• A staff psychological and welfare service
For more details, please view the job description and person specification attached to this advert.
Please note, applications need to be made via the NHS Jobs Portal and will require you creating an account.
We welcome applications from people from all sections of the community, irrespective of race, ethnicity, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, religion or belief.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
The Hospice is actively seeking an experienced Part Time Fundraising Manager responsible for leading the relationship led - fundraising team to meet income and expenditure targets in all areas of fundraising income and its associated gift aid.
This will include but is not limited to the following:
- Leading the relationship led - fundraising team (FT) to meet income and expenditure targets in all areas of fundraising income and its associated gift aid.
- Developing relationships with donors in order to achieve income targets.
- Building relationships in the community with potential donors, supporters, interest groups and the media in furtherance of the aims of the Hospice.
- The operational and personnel management needs of the FT and its staff.
- Maintaining the high reputation of the Hospice in all areas of work.
Applicants should have a Marketing or Fundraising qualification or 3 years + experience in fundraising.
Please see attached Job Description and Person Specification for further details.
Benefits: An attractive package of benefits for employed staff T&C's apply:
Contributory Company Group Pension Plan, (If you are a member of the NHS Pension Scheme, you have the option of continuing in this scheme), Life Assurance and a Medical Cash Plan - T&C’s apply, free onsite parking, annual holiday entitlement in any holiday year is 7 working weeks, inclusive of all public holiday entitlement.
Part-time employees’ annual holiday entitlement accrues on a pro-rata basis.
(Benefits may be different for Bank / Contract for Services Workers T&C's apply).
Normal hours of work will be 30 hours per week worked worked over 4 days between Monday to Sunday at days and times notified by your line manager. These hours do not include a ½ hour unpaid meal break which you will be entitled to take if you work a shift lasting longer than 6 hours. You may be required to work additional hours to those published.
St. Rocco’s Hospice is an Equal Opportunities Employer. All offers of employment are subject to satisfactory receipt of DBS if applicable, 2 references and documentary proof of right to work in the UK.
A referral to Occupational Health in relation to Health and Safety aspects of the role may be made prior to employment, however the offer of employment will not be conditional upon this.
Please note: St. Rocco's Hospice is not part of the NHS and is not licensed to sponsor foreign nationals. All offers of employment are subject to / conditional upon satisfactory documentary proof of right to work in the UK.
Interviews being held on an on-going basis so apply today!
The post is not a salary incremental post and pay reviews are at the discretion of the Hospice.
Please note: This role may be removed before the original end date or extended without prior notice.
Disclosure and Barring Service Check:
As the Hospice meets the requirements in respect of exempted questions under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974, all applicants (staff and volunteers) who are offered employment based at the Hospice or in patient facing roles will be subject to a criminal record check from the Disclosure and Barring Service before the appointment is confirmed. This will include details of cautions, reprimands or final warnings, as well as convictions.
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The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Lead new business at a well-known homelessness charity.
Building on recent success, and a rearranging of the team to have core areas of focus, this national homelessness charity is looking for a Corporate Partnerships Manager to focus on new business generation for the charity.
Housing and homelessness has been in the public eye particularly over the pandemic, and the charity’s response to and impact in the crisis has raised their profile and therefore corporate standing exponentially.
There is a lot of low-hanging fruit to be looked into, as well as a need to be focused on the proactive, colder approaches for big potential partnerships.
- Line management of a New Business Executive, supporting their approaches to smaller prospects and lower-hanging fruit
- New business strategy, including continuing diversification of sectors and partnership type
- Personally build a pipeline of significant prospects
This role would suit someone who has:
- Management experience (or transferable skills)
- Experience and knowledge of new business fundraising including trends and opportunities
- A proactive, ambitious, energetic nature
- Flexi hours policy ensuring you can work how and when you want
- Toil is encouraged and a big part of the culture
- Fundraising has been a key area of growth for the organisation, with further investment likely
- Part-time options can be discussed
- Hybrid home/office working policy
Fundraising and Corporate Partnerships Manager
We are currently recruiting for an outstanding Fundraising and Corporate Partnerships Manager for the Teaching Awards Trust. This is an exciting new role and the successful candidate will be responsible for developing and executing the fundraising strategy for the charity and work closely with the CEO to manage existing partnerships for the charity and build out new and strategic partnerships.
WHO WILL YOU BE WORKING FOR?
The Teaching Awards Trust is a national charity founded in 1998 by Lord David Puttnam CBE, to celebrate and recognise excellence in education. We work in education through 2 main projects: The “Thank-a-Teacher” campaign which encourages young people, parents and fellow teachers to say “thank you” to a teacher who has really made a difference in their lives and the Pearson National Teaching Awards, an annual awards scheme that recognises outstanding educational professionals from across the UK.
WHAT WILL YOU BE DOING
You will proactively develop and secure a pipeline of strategic, corporate partnerships, identify funding opportunities, write bids and proposals, and generate leads for the charity. You’ll be a comfortable networker with a keen business eye, and an appetite to identify, develop and implement opportunities for the growth of the Teaching Awards Trust particularly via corporate partnerships.
Managing relationships and negotiating successful outcomes underpins the success of this role. You’ll have a proven track record of excellent business development techniques and results, alongside your experience of building successful partnerships and relationships at all levels.
In this role, you will drive business development from the corporate sector, securing annual and multi-year partnerships for The Teaching Awards Trust, This is likely to cover a broad spectrum of partnership types including corporate donations from corporate social responsibility and sustainability teams, cause-related marketing schemes, sponsorship, pro bono.
- Manage and nurture existing corporate partnerships – 40%
- Develop new corporate partnerships, and funding streams for the charity for the Awards and the Thank a Teacher Campaign – 40%
- Develop other fundraising routes for the charity such as individual giving, incomes and trust – 20%
- Develop and manage the pipeline of potential high value, multi-year new business opportunities to ensure there is active movement and sufficient lead generation to deliver against planned growth and income.
- Attend networking events and conferences to build a network of contacts amongst potential partner companies and actively cultivate this network.
- Identify and research target companies to provide an informed approach.
- Develop and deliver tailored and compelling proposals and pitches. This will often involve drawing on the skills and knowledge of colleagues from around the organisation to create innovative and exciting proposals.
The Teaching Awards Trust is a small team so working collaboratively and being a team player are essential skills. Our roles are a mixture of being very hands-on in order to get things done and working strategically to ensure that we meet our long-term objectives. We would love you to apply if you are a people person with strong collaboration, communication, organisation and interpersonal skills. You should have demonstrable experience in the charity sector, desirably in the education sector and impressive experience in managing large partnerships and writing compelling proposals.
- Significant experience within corporate partnerships fundraising
- Experience of securing new partnership at the five and six figure level
- Experience of excellent account management within a corporate partnerships setting
- An understanding of corporate partnerships and CSR trends within the UK
- Able to work independently, innovatively and take initiative
- Have great presentation skills and excellent verbal and written skills
- Have experience in handling objections and negotiating successful mutually beneficial outcomes for internal and external relationships
- Flexible approach to work and positive can-do outlook
- A team player with a proactive approach to work
Flexible, home working, with occassional meetings in London
HOW TO APPLY
Please send your CV and cover letter
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Corporate Development Manager
Flexible Location/UK Wide with attendance at WWT Slimbridge Wetlands Centre (HQ) required when appropriate
37.5 hours per week with the opportunity to organise hours flexibly
£30,000 - £32,000 per year
This is a key strategic role in our Corporate Partnership Team and drives forward our business development efforts, identifying and securing new corporate partnerships as part of the charity’s wider fundraising strategy. Working closely with the corporate partnership managers and prospect research teams, this role will develop and deliver a corporate development plan, identify potential partners, network and represent the organisation, and develop high quality proposals and presentations. We are looking for a proactive, creative and driven relationship fundraiser.
This is an exciting time for an experienced corporate fundraiser to join WWT and help to shape and drive forward the corporate partnerships effort. In this role, you will be building and managing partnerships with a wide variety of businesses that will generate significant income for the charity and help to raise our profile. Our corporate partnerships support projects and work across the charity, helping WWT to deliver against our ambitions.
We are looking for a highly organised and innovative individual, with excellent communication skills and a track record in managing successful corporate partnerships. The successful candidate will have exceptional networking and relationship management skills with senior internal and external stakeholders. A flexible, collaborative and proactive approach will be critical for success, as well as the ability to manage competing demands on your time and deadlines.
The Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) is a conservation charity that protects wetlands for wildlife and people. We conserve, restore and create wetlands. We are pioneers in saving wetland wildlife, both in the UK and around the world. At our 10 UK sites around a million visitors a year engage with wetland nature. We work internationally in key global wetland areas, balancing conservation with sustainable livelihoods and influencing national and international conservation policies.
In return for your hard work and dedication you’ll enjoy a wide range of benefits including:
- 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays increasing to 30 days after 5 years’ service
- Contributory pension scheme (conditions apply)
- Life assurance
- Free car parking and secure bike storage areas
- Cycle to work scheme
- Free entry to all our centres
WWT is an equal opportunities employer and all applications will be considered solely on merit.
Closing date: 15th February 2022
Interview date: 28th February 2022 with second interview TBC
TO APPLY AND FOR MORE INFORMATION:
If you wish to find out more about our inspiring work, please click the apply button to be taken to our website where you can complete your application for this position.
Registered Charity Number England & Wales, no 1030884 and Scotland, no SC039410
No agencies please.
Are you entrepreneurial, passionate about making a difference, and skilled at securing grants and charitable donations? If so, we have an incredible role for you.
Community Integrated Care is one of Britain’s biggest and most successful social care providers. We are recruiting for a Grants and Corporate Funding Manager, working within our award-winning Partnerships and Communities Department.
Our charity proudly supports more than 3500 people who have learning disabilities, autism, mental health concerns, dementia, and complex care needs, across England and Scotland. We are dedicated to making the greatest impact possible upon the lives of the people we support and society, by being a leading force for innovation and community development within social care.
You will lead our efforts to change the lives of the people we support through securing grants, corporate donations, and community fundraising with purpose.
This is a genuinely high-impact and strategic role, working for a charity that has been named as the Charity Times ‘Charity of the Year’ and has won many international and national honours for its impact and innovation.
This role focusses on securing funding and resources which can enable to us to deliver innovative programmes that change the lives of the people we support and enhance the services that we deliver. Your work will be varied and exciting – from helping us to secure funding that helps enhance the individual services that we provide through to helping us create innovative programmes that change lives at scale.
You’ll be part of a charity that excels in this field. From working with the Rugby League World Cup 2021 to create the world’s first inclusive volunteering programme at a major event for people who access social care. to partnering with police forces across the UK to tackle hate crime and prejudice, we generate opportunities that have real impact. Your work can span enabling us to access funding to form successful community projects and social enterprises, through to securing sensory equipment for care services, and so much more.
We are looking for someone with great creativity and entrepreneurial instincts, strong bid writing skills, and the ability to design projects and partnerships. Importantly, you will be passionate about our cause and motivated by the role that you will play in changing lives.
You will report into the charity’s Director of Partnerships and Communities. You will fully be supported by a team of specialists within your department, who can help you to shape your ideas and will fully implement and manage the delivery of our grant funded projects and charitable partnerships.
If this sounds like an exciting role for you, we can offer you a great career in an exceptional charity. You will be working for an innovative organisation that has an exciting vision and many exceptional partners. This is a special charity where people can grow personally and professionally and make a real difference every day.
If you have the talents, drive and purpose to be a success in this role, please apply to be part of our incredible charity.
Working for Us
We’re passionate about our people and you'll have the opportunity to develop your skills and knowledge in a friendly and enriching environment. We also offer the following:
- Comprehensive induction and commitment to on going learning and development
- 25 days holiday (plus bank holidays)
- Holiday purchase scheme (up to 5 days)
- Contributory pension scheme
- Access to a free benefits app offering retail discounts, leisure savings and holiday and travel discounts
- Employee of the month and other recognition schemes
This role can be home based or operate out of any of our regional offices.
If you are looking for professional satisfaction, and for a role where you can really see the difference your contribution makes to delivering the best lives possible for the people we support - apply today!
Community Integrated Care is an equal opportunities employer
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Retail New Partnerships Manager
£40,000 per year
35 hours per week (Monday to Friday)
The Retail New Partnerships Manager is accountable for developing a new partnerships strategy. It will create a pipeline of new corporate support to generate stock for Scope to sell in our charity shops and online.
Please note: This role is remote working with regular travel to meet with potential new partners with the potential for overnight stays. Also, to Scope’s head office in Stratford, London for meetings as required.
The role is responsible for creating an engagement strategy for national and local support. It will also lead on developing and delivering high quality pitches to prospects.
You will have excellent communication and relationship-building skills. And will have the ability to win hearts and minds. Being commercially minded with a track record of delivering against targets is essential. You will have experience of working in a new business role and/ or securing new partnerships with companies.
If you want to make a difference and become a Disability Gamechanger, we'd love to hear from you. Apply Today!
Close date: 23/02/2022
Equality and inclusion are at the heart of our mission. We are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace.
We particularly welcome applications from disabled people. We guarantee interviews to disabled applicants who meet the essential job criteria.
Please let us know if you are applying under the Guaranteed Interview Scheme.
We encourage applications from underrepresented groups including people in BAME and LGBTQ+ communities.
If you would prefer an application form or need any of the job information in a different format such as large print or braille. Please contact us via our website.
Our Values - Pioneering, Courageous, Connected, Open, Fair
By living our values and trusting each other, we empower our colleagues to make decisions. By giving our colleagues freedom and space to spark creativity for innovation, we can push boundaries, change mindsets and be empowered to change the game with grit and determination and a sense of urgency.
We encourage everyone to bring their whole selves to work and embrace our values of being open and fair, courageous, connected and pioneering. We believe hard work deserves reward and recognition and offer a wide range of benefits including 35 days annual leave in Retail, 27 days plus Bank Holidays working in our Head Office, flexible working (where we can), company pension, excellent training and career development, strong colleague networks across disability, race and LGBTQ+, wellbeing incentives like a discounted gym membership, cycle to work scheme, and much more.
Who we are at Scope?
Scope is a disability equality charity in England and Wales. Together we are Disability Gamechangers. We belong to one team, dedicated to achieving a society where all disabled people enjoy equality and fairness. Our mission is to achieve Everyday Equality for disabled people, and we campaign tirelessly to create change.
When looking for your next career move, do you want to work on an ambitious programme that supports young people to succeed and engage in education?
You’ll have a passion for helping young people succeed helping them reach their full potential.Working in a fun, supportive, yet target driven environment.
Sound like you? Here’s more.
Your role will be to support teachers to deliver the The Prince’s Trust education programmes in schools and education centres across Kent. This is everything from ensuring the programme is delivered in line with quality standards to training new staff to deliver the programme. The role is also focused on creating enrichment sessions for young people and organising partners and volunteers to deliver engaging and inspiring activities. Recruiting new schools and education centres to programme will also be key focus for the role.
Education programmes at The Trust
The education programmes work with young people to help them succeed in education so they can reach their full potential. Delivered across mainstream and alternative provision schools and centres, the education programmes provide young people with the space and attention they need to learn skills, develop confidence and raise aspirations whilst they work towards The Prince’s Trust Personal Development and Employability Qualification.
Who we’re looking for
- We are looking for someone with experience within an educational establishment and a strong understanding of education system.
- You are experienced and confident in delivering information and training sessions and can do so with a focus and energy that inspires.
- You will have a strong record of managing projects and working to targets. You will have excellent organisation skills and are able to manage multiple priorities.
- A passion for helping young people to succeed and reach their full potential and a strong understanding of alternative education models and personal and social development programmes.
- Capable of building highly effective relationships with schools, education delivery partners and volunteers. You will use these skills to the full to inspire, motivate and encourage.
- As a member of the Delivery Partnerships & Volunteering team in the South East, you will have the skills to share challenges and opportunities and work together to deliver a successful programme.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We are seeking an individual with exceptional partnership-building, networking and relationship management skills to drive forward our community engagement in Haringey.
Public Voice is a Community Interest Company with a mission to improve neighbourhoods, the lives of the people who live in them and the public services they use.
We are an equal opportunities employer and an anti-discrimination, pro-diversity and inclusion organisation. We positively welcome applications from candidates from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Communities.
Our Partnership Manager will support a Joint Partnership Board (JPB) and its Reference Groups in Haringey. The JPB was set up in 2017 to ensure that vulnerable groups in Haringey have a voice in the way NHS services and social care are provided. It serves as an interface between local residents and representatives of Haringey Council and the NHS locally (through the North Central London Clinical Commissioning Group.)
This is a senior role which requires an individual with great diplomacy, who can bring diverse people together and think strategically. If you believe in coproduction, have a real can-do attitude and want to join a friendly organisation which is going places, we want to hear from you.
Applicants must have the right to work in the UK.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
2 vacancies – 1 Permanent, 1 Fixed term contract – 12 months
Currently working from home
UNICEF ensures more of the world’s children are vaccinated, educated and protected than any other organisation. We have done more to influence laws and policies to help protect children than anyone else. We get things done. And we’re not going to stop until the world is a safe place for all our children.
This is a great opportunity to join the UK Committee for UNICEF (UNICEF UK) as Business Development Manager in the corporate partnerships team, which has achieved significant growth in recent years, securing, retaining and growing partnerships with private companies.
As Business Development Manager, you will approach, negotiate and secure new multi-year six and seven figure corporate partnerships in order to drive change for children around the world. You will help to drive our business development strategy across a range of business sectors.
Whether your experience is from the charity or private sector, you will have a strong track record of winning, negotiating and delivering six figure new business partnerships and you will excel at building and nurturing successful relationships with a variety of stakeholders. Results focused, you will enjoy working to ambitious income targets and work well under pressure, motivated by the opportunity to make an impact for children.
Closing date: 5pm, Monday 7 February 2022.
Interview date: Monday, 14 February 2022 via video conferencing (MS Teams).
We are gradually moving back to our offices on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford, East London and we anticipate most colleagues will work one day a week in the office and the rest of the time from home. We are happy to discuss other flexible options to suit your circumstances.
We particularly welcome applications from black, Asian and minority ethnic candidates, LGBTQ+ candidates, candidates with disabilities, and from men, because we would like to increase the representation of these groups at this level at UNICEF UK. We want to do this because we know greater diversity will lead to even greater results for children.
UNICEF UK promotes equality, diversity and inclusion in our workplace. We make employment decisions by matching business needs with skills and experience of candidates, irrespective of age, disability (including hidden disabilities), gender, gender identity or gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, or sexual orientation.
We are happy to talk about flexible working, personal growth, and to promote a workplace where you can be yourself and achieve success based only on your merit.
The successful candidate will be required to apply for a criminal records check. A criminal record will not necessarily bar you from working with us. This will depend on the nature of the role and the circumstances of your offences.
We only accept online applications as this saves us money, making more funds available for us to help ensure children’s rights.
If you require support in completing the online form or an application form in an alternative format, please contact the Supporter Care line during office hours.
If you do not hear from us within 14 days of the closing date, please assume your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion. Please note that we only provide feedback to shortlisted candidates.
Registered Charity Nos. 1072612 (England and Wales) SC043677 (Scotland)
Keen to join a growing Charitable Partnerships Team that loves to connect the best in academic research and education with leading donors?
Join us in the ambitious Birmingham In Action campaign, which commits to raising over £400 million of charitable funding and one million volunteer hours, positioning the University of Birmingham as one of the world leaders in University development.
We are recruiting a Corporate Partnerships Officer to support the Head of Corporate Philanthropy to maximise philanthropic funding from local, national, and global businesses. As the Corporate Partnerships Officer, you will have experience of managing and building a portfolio of donor relationships or corporate partnerships (preferably five – seven figure value) to deliver specific gift or financial ambitions. You will enjoy engaging with people from all walks of life (including high-level corporate professionals, academics, and students) to help deliver positive impact. Experience of successfully operating within and across Corporate, Higher Education, and wider Charitable sectors will be helpful. There will be opportunities for the successful candidate to help shape and develop the portfolio in conjunction with the Head of Corporate Philanthropy. For example, it is anticipated that corporate philanthropy will play a pivotal role in supporting scholarships, providing internships and mentors, research funding and wider knowledge transfer activities.
The Corporate Partnerships Officer post is part funded for the first year by a generous gift from Goldman Sachs to support the delivery of the Goldman Sachs Scholars' programme. This programme will provide 50 Pathways to Birmingham scholars per year the opportunity to engage and improve their employability through activities with Goldman Sachs. Due to the funding arrangement, part of the post holder’s time will be spent managing the Goldman Sachs Scholars' programme, and the remaining time will be supporting the account management, stewardship, and coordination of other philanthropic corporate partners, as directed by the Head of Corporate Philanthropy.
We are an ambitious and successful research-intensive University (one of the top 100 research-led universities globally) and have produced 10 Nobel Prize winners. Academics here are tackling some of the world’s most pressing global challenges such as antibody testing and COVID-19, the impact of climate change on our woodlands and forests, issues caused by migration and displacement, the rise in youth mental health issues, and the prevention of needless maternal deaths in the developing world. Our students come from nearly 150 countries and our flagship outreach programmes mean that almost 25% of our student population come from disadvantaged backgrounds, one of the highest proportions in the UK. Philanthropy has always played an important role in shaping the University, most recently in 2015 when we closed the Circles of Influence Campaign, which raised £193 million, making it the largest HE fundraising campaign outside Oxbridge and London. Through ‘Birmingham In Action’, philanthropy will continue to play a vital role in delivering projects to change lives locally, nationally, and internationally.
We are committed to supporting hybrid working and look forward to receiving your application.
Interviews are currently scheduled to take place week commencing 7 February 2022.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We have an exciting opportunity for a Partnerships Manager to join our established and friendly Mental Health UK Partnerships Team team
If you, would you like to work for a leading mental health charity in a rewarding role where you will really make a difference, then join us here at Rethink Mental Illness (Mental Health UK staff are employed by RMI and seconded to work on Mental Health UK).
Your role will be an homebased position meaning you can work flexibly from home with access to a office hub when you need it. You will work full time, 35 hours per week on a permanent contract with a salary of £33,076.13 to £36,627.57pa or £35,722.24 to £39,273.67pa inclusive of London Weighting. You can read more about the rewards you will receive on the full advert on our website.
Our amazing Partnerships Team works with a large range of businesses across the UK to help them realise their potential to support our mental health.
Whether it’s fundraising or donating to Mental Health UK, or working with us to train their colleagues in understanding mental health in the workplace, we listen and work up the best partnership proposals.
Over the past few years we have:
- Worked with Lloyds Banking Group to train over 2,500 of their staff as Mental Health Advocates
- Received funding from Johnson & Johnson to pilot Community Health Navigators across the country
- Supported PureGym in raising over £350,000 for Mental Health UK through a UK relay
- Worked with Skipton Building Society as their charity of the year supporting thousands of people across the UK with their mental health
- Provided consultancy and advice to many others on how to advance their strategy for mental health in their workplace
- Raised over £13m in our partnership with Lloyds Banking Group to deliver a number of different programmes
- Any much more!
Giving everyone the tools they need to live their best possible life is not something Mental Health UK can do on their own. So we call on the business community to think about how they can achieve the world they want to see and make their unique contribution.
What will I be doing?
The Partnerships Manager drives new partnerships and strategic opportunities for Mental Health UK whilst also managing a range of medium to large and/or multi-faceted/high strategic value partners.
- I actively seek new partnership opportunities from all sources in line with the strategy for myself and my colleagues
- I build and maintain my own pipeline such that there I am developing a constant flow of opportunities for me and my colleagues to pitch
- I dedicate time to understanding market trends across all types of partnerships and use this information to adapt my pitches and share with colleagues to advance our offer
- I develop tailored and bespoke proposals across all existing and new types of partnership
- I negotiate income targets and set clear expectations on our value exchange
- I network at events and conferences to develop new contacts and leads for me and my team
- I present at events, webinars and conferences to advance the awareness of Mental Health UK and partnership opportunities
- I tailor partnership contracts, licence fees and invoices for my partners
- I mentor and support other colleagues in my team such that we have the best possible chance of achieving our goals
- I support my colleagues with their pitches and proposals as necessary
- I efficiently manage a portfolio of medium to large and/or multi-faceted/high strategic value partners
- I deliver excellent efficient account management to my partners proactively managing the value exchange ensuring subject matter experts time is also well managed
- I tailor or bespoke my approach to reports, presentations and communications to each partners needs
- I proactively identify opportunities for growth, to maximise income with current partners - increased rates of repeat contributions, training opportunities etc
- I develop a range of stakeholder relationships with key individuals in my partnerships to widen our opportunities
- I co-ordinate teams of internal stakeholders to develop and deliver aligned strategies for my partners
- I work with my team mates to evolve my account management approach and deliver high quality partnerships
- I am responsible for one of the "spokes" within the Mental Health UK "hub and spoke" model.
- I am an expert in all areas of my spoke and advocate to my team on behalf of the subject matter experts
- I seek the needs of my team on a regular basis and engage with colleagues in my spoke to develop new concepts
- I support/mentor/coach colleagues in my team in new products and campaigns
- I lead on other strategic projects for the team as identified. These may require me to co-ordinate and liaise with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders to achieve the desired outcome
- I may directly line manage others in my team and/or mentor colleagues to support their professional development
- I speak with authority on behalf of Mental Health UK at internal and external meetings, including presenting to a range of audiences
- I support on all other key partnership objectives, where necessary
- I work with my colleagues across the Partnerships Team to ensure we share learnings and grow as a team
- I ensure my work is fully compliant with both our own policies and the latest charity legislation and standards of practice
Continual Professional Development
- I take responsibility for regularly ensuring I am meeting my objectives
- I keep up to date with market trends and my competitors activities
- I take the lead om my own professional development seeking further support from my manager when needed
Who I am?
I have the essentials covered:
- I can demonstrate the Rethink CARES behaviours through my work and role model them with my team
- I have good written and oral communications skills, comfortable talking to my partners, new prospects and stakeholders in all forms
- I can think strategically about the audiences I am delivering to and adapt my style to achieve the desired outcome
- I am exceptional in delivering tailored and bespoke pitches or presentations and field Q+As about Mental Health UK and mental health, sometimes with the support of my colleagues
- I can participate in/host panels, webinars etc on the subject of the work of Mental Health UK and understanding mental health
- I can manage complex negotiations and complaints for my accounts and know when strategically to use the support of my colleagues to achieve the right outcome
- I can think outside of the box or protocols to find new or innovative solutions
- I can maintain an acceptable level of emotional control
- I can problem solve across mine and the whole teams portfolio to find innovative solutions and opportunities
- I can leverage the support of senior colleagues to open new opportunities
- I can deliver projects on behalf of my team including co-ordination with a range of internal and external colleagues and suppliers
- I can analyse data from a range of sources and make evidence based recommendations for approval
- I can independently manage my time and my stakeholders to ensure I am achieving all of my objectives
- I know how to influence colleagues and stakeholders to ensure we hit targets on time
- I plan well for myself and my colleagues to ensure everyone's time and workload is respected
- I can forecast income for my partners and pipeline
- I can evaluate the value exchange for my partners
- I can create prices for new products and services
- I understand the basics of budgeting to manage my accounts
- I can line manage individuals, supporting their professional development and them meeting their objectives
Who are we?
We’re Rethink Mental Illness, a leading charity provider of mental health services in England. We support thousands of people through our groups, services, policy, campaigns and advice and information. Our work supports us in delivering on our mission: “A better life for everyone severely affected by mental illness.”
We welcome applications from everyone, applicants with lived experience, those who are Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning+ (LGBTQ+), people with a disability, or those from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds are actively encouraged to apply. We are proud to have also been awarded Disability Confident employer status. We have an ambition of becoming an anti-racist organisation and we recognise there is more to do in ensuring our recruitment is fair and inclusive, which is why we are recruiting new roles in helping us to achieve this.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Reports to: Chief Executive
Location: London, home-based or hybrid
Campaign for National Parks is the only independent voice for National Parks in England and Wales. It’s our job to fight for the National Parks, for the wildlife and the people who call them home on behalf of everyone across the nation, for whom our National Parks were created. We believe that thriving National Parks are fundamental to nature recovery, tackling the climate emergency and helping the nation through this health crisis, by ensuring access for all, no matter their race, class or background.
Our organisation has a proud history, dating back to campaigning for the creation of National Parks. If you want to help us develop the next chapter of our story to save some of the world’s most awe-inspiring places, Campaign for National Parks wants to hear from you.
We recognise that the environment sector are under-represented by people from ethnic minority and low-income backgrounds, LGBTQ+ and disabled people and we want to change that. So, we especially welcome candidates from these backgrounds.
The purpose of this role is to lead organisational development to help ensure we have the funds, the programmes and systems to deliver our campaigning goals and ensure our team is thriving, happy and well supported.
The Development Manager will be pivotal to growing the organisation and we’re looking for someone to grow and develop with us. This role would suit someone highly organised with lots of initiative, varied fundraising experience, great communication skills and a passion for National Parks.
We are looking for someone who can:
- Develop our income strategy
- Grow our individual-giving and corporate membership supporter base
- Lead analysis of business data and develop metrics
- Build and manage relationships with funders and partners
- Support the team to ensure all our work maximises opportunities for fundraising and can demonstrate the huge impact of donations.
- Be a positive and proactive member of our senior team and contribute to development of our organisational strategy.
The skills we need:
- Entrepreneurial mindset
- Communicating your passion for National Parks
- Project management.
- Leadership: able to lead fundraising and development function, try things and use data to understand what works
- Fundraising success including in at least in one of the following areas: individual giving; corporate partnerships; trusts and foundations.
- Partnerships and relationships: excellent at building relationships, working in partnership and able to motivate, influence and negotiate with others.
Being a small organisation, everyone has a big say in what we do and how we do it. Our agility and size means that you will spend more of your time making things happen and you will get to visit the nation’s most beautiful places.
Work/life balance is really important to us. We are open to exploring how this role could work for you, including whether you want full time (35 hours per week) or part time.
We offer enhanced holiday allowance and pension contributions.
If you are interested, please apply now!
Interviews will be held week commencing 14th February 2022
To apply please submit your CV along with a completed application form and equality and diversity form.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Exciting opportunity for an exceptional relationship builder, experienced in managing business partnerships to lead a small Corporate Fundraising team at this national health charity.
The TPP Fundraising and Development team is supporting this fast-growing charity with the search for a Corporate Partnerships Manager. This is a crucial role, where you will be responsible for leading the team to maximise income and local impact, through growing the portfolio of strategic partnerships.
This is a fantastic opportunity to take corporate fundraising to the next level for the charity and make a significant impact to the cause.
This is a permanent role, reporting to the Head of Fundraising, responsible for:
- developing and implementing an effective fundraising strategy
- building strong new business pipelines and account management of high value, strategic corporate partners
- developing and managing partnerships income and expenditure budget
This role will suit a candidate with a background in corporate fundraising or partnership management, with a good understanding of charity partnerships. You will have experience of managing direct reports, good project management and budgeting skills, and have a proven track record in winning and managing high value relationships.
To apply, please send through a CV in response to this advert in the first instance, and a TPP consultant will follow up with information about the role, organisation and recruitment process. Alternatively, contact Sema Hussein via [email protected] to arrange a confidential discussion.
We want you to have every opportunity to demonstrate your skills, ability and potential; please contact us if you require any assistance or adjustment so that we can help with making the application process work for you.
2023 is going to be a year that changes the extraordinary city of Leeds for ever, and for the better! For one whole year there will be a celebration of culture, happening all over the city and everybody can be a part of it! The city will speak, and it has a story to tell! Do you want to be a part of this explosion of colour, noise and brilliance that will show the city of Leeds to the world?!
We are both honoured and excited in equal measures to be supporting Leeds 2023 in their search for a Corporate Partnerships Manager to drive forward the income strategy that will enable this transformational year of creative experiences.
As Corporate Partnerships Manager you will be responsible for a range of revenue driving activities including prospect researching, preparing corporate proposals, pitching and negotiating sponsorship, securing benefits and stewarding key stakeholders. Working closely with the Head of Development, you will create a dynamic case for support that will encourage support across a range of corporate audiences. This really is an incredibly unique opportunity to be a part of a celebration that’s for Leeds, with Leeds and inspired by Leeds!
To be considered for this role you should come to us with significant experience within business development, ideally obtained from within an arts / culture / charitable organisation. You should be comfortable and confident negotiating and presenting to a wide variety of corporate prospects, and also possess the ability to write creative and high-quality funding proposals. Resilient and passionate, with strong interpersonal skills, you should be adept at managing a diverse workload in a fast-paced environment and, perhaps most importantly, be excited by the prospect of making Leeds 2023 the city’s greatest cultural celebration in a generation!
If successful in obtaining this role, you will be joining a small but mighty team with huge passion and a hunger to make Leeds 2023 an incredible success! The post is a 2 year fixed term contract running until December 2023 and the role will involve a blend of home and office working, with travel across the city and some evening and weekend work will be required.
This exceptional and unique opportunity will close on 20th January, with interviews scheduled for the week commencing 31st January.
Charity Horizons is an equal opportunities employer and as such actively promotes equality, diversity and inclusion in the workplace. We welcome and encourage applications from all suitable candidates irrespective of age, disability, hidden disability, race or national origin, religion or belief, gender, gender expression, political view, sexual orientation, medical condition and pregnancy.