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Macmillan Partnership Manager – London/South East London
Full time (34.5 hours)
London: £47,500-52,500 FTE per annum
Flexible working options are available at Macmillan and we would be happy to discuss them. Home-based with frequent travel to South London, for which you will need to live within commutable distance. Occasional travel across London and the UK.
Are you looking for a new opportunity to use your expert knowledge of the health and social care system? Do you have experience of developing and delivering integrated services in partnership with a range of stakeholders and people? Can you role-model Macmillan Cancer Support’s values of heart, strength and ambition, as a powerful collaborator, independent thinker and advocate of equity, diversity and inclusion? Are you motivated to ensure that we deliver impactful and long term changes for people living with cancer?
You’ll be doing this while working for one of the UK’s most respected and loved charities.If this is you, we’d love to hear from you!
About the role
Based in the UK Partnerships Directorate within Macmillan’s Cancer Support Operations this role takes lead responsibility for building and sustaining a set of relationships across South East London and within Macmillan that result in positive changes for people with cancer. This will include playing a leadership role in Macmillan partnership investments in the local area, ensuring Macmillan is a credible influencing partner and our work is driven by relevant intelligence.
Macmillan has a clear strategy and set of priorities that underpin our focus and decision making. This post-holder will:
- Lead the implementation of our strategy in the local health and social care system
- Engage with a range of stakeholders at all levels outside and within Macmillan leading to an integrated, informed and inclusive set of outcomes for people with cancer
- Understand the needs of the local population and area
- Actively support a set of investment opportunities and applications to Macmillan from partners in the local area deploying a set of critical assessment skills and analysis to ensure strategic alignment and impact.
- Manage the budget, reporting and performance of Macmillan grant funded services across the life span of the contract and work with colleagues to monitor the quality of Macmillan services
- Lead and contribute to ad hoc collaborative project work in Macmillan
As an experienced professional in the health and/or social care sector you will lean into your background and find Macmillan a place where you can also develop your knowledge and set of skills:
- Excellent relationship and stakeholder management at all levels
- Understanding of UK Health and Social Care Systems
- Experience and skills in monitoring performance of services and contracts
- Experience of continuous improvement tools and delivery
- Budget management skills
- Experience of risk & issue management
- Understanding of the ways in which equity, diversity and inclusion play a part in the lives of people Macmillan supports and employs role modelling values-based behaviours.
You will be required to visit partner organisations and must be able to travel across London (by car or public transport), for which expenses will be reimbursed.
We help millions of people with cancer across the UK live life as fully as they can through physical, emotional and financial support. Our values are at the heart of who we are and everything we do, inspiring our thinking and guiding our actions. Together, we do whatever it takes for people living with cancer; with heart, with strength and with ambition.
We commit to actively developing you and our benefits include private medical insurance, life assurance, pension, generous leave, interest free loans for season tickets and gym memberships and much more.
We want to create a workforce that is representative of the people we support, and who support us. We advocate for being an inclusive organisation, and offer flexibility in our working locations, working hours and benefits so we can support you in your life and your career, and we welcome a conversation about how these options can best support you.
We offer a range of flexible working patterns, such as compressed hours, e.g. 34.5 hours in 4 days instead of 5, flexibility to work earlier or later around our core working hours of 10am-4pm and more options.
To ensure fairness and consistency to select the best candidate for this role, all our applications are anonymised up until an interview has been confirmed so that shortlisting is based solely upon the suitability of the candidate’s experience and strengths.
Applications close on Monday 29th August 2022 at 23.59pm.
Interviews will take place week beginning 12 September.
Please submit your application as soon as possible as we reserve the right to change the closing date of our vacancies.
We aim to encourage a culture where people can be themselves and be valued for their strengths. We seek to attract and employ the best people from the widest talent pool, reflecting the diverse range of people we support.
We want to make our recruitment processes accessible to everyone, so if there is any way that we can support you to be the best you can be, please contact the Macmillan People Services Team.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Strategic Professional Engagement Manager (Wales)
Part Time (21 Hours)
Salary: £53,000 – 59,000 (National)
We welcome a conversation with you about the flexible working options available at Macmillan. Home-based with frequent travel across the Geographic location in which the role is based and across the UK. You must either live in or live close to the geography that you are applying for as frequent travel is required. We anticipate this to be approximately 2 days per week. Successful candidates will receive a car allowance.
Are you an inspiring values led leader who is passionate about delivering and developing dynamic networks, best practice forums and communities of practice so that our Macmillan Professionals are supported to deliver high quality Macmillan experiences for people living with cancer? Do you have experience of bringing teams together and fostering a culture of change and continuous improvement?
If so, this could be the role for you!
We are striving to do everything that we can to ensure that our 11,000 valued Macmillan Professionals receive the absolute best professional engagement offer to support them to support the people living with cancer they care for.
We want our professional engagement offer to be best in class and to ensure that our Macmillan Professionals are engaged champions and have opportunities to develop in dynamic ways through forward-thinking communities, networks, and best practice forums.
About the role
This is an exciting new role that will join the Geographic Senior Leadership Team to support the advancement of the dynamic professional engagement strategy and the priorities of the geography.
Macmillan Professionals are central to our organisational and geographic aims. They provide vital information, emotional support, and personalised care and as we seek to deliver more for people living with cancer in increasingly challenging times, working through our professionals and partners in the most effective and impactful way is essential.
The post-holder will create and deliver communities of practice, professional forums, peer support activities and best practice events across a geographical area by working collaboratively with the Senior Geographical Leadership team, Head of Professional Engagement and Head of Professional Development and Knowledge. They will determine local priorities and identify audiences in collaboration with the geographical senior leadership team.
These dynamic communities will be a catalyst for change, creativity and best practice and will leave participants inspired, confident and supported to deliver the absolute best person-centred care for people living with cancer.
You will have exceptional people and leadership skills and bring a wealth of experience of leading change, facilitation, continuous quality improvement and co-creation.
You will have a deep commitment to our purpose of improving the lives of people living with cancer through our Macmillan Professionals. You will be an inspiring collaborator, be able to work in a matrix environment and communicate and influence to deliver our quality improvement aspirations and our person-centred care agendas through multiple professionals, teams, and systems.
You will understand the complex environments in which our Macmillan Professionals operate and understand the issues and challenges that they face.
It would be a major asset if applicants brought a strong understanding of the health and social care landscape from a similar background.
We are striving to build a more diverse representational organisation, and we have noted that we are under-represented when it comes to those that identify as disabled, have an impairment or health condition and also those who identify as Black, Asian or another minority ethnic group. We are also under represented with those who identify as LGBTQ+.
We welcome applications from everyone who meets the criteria, but would also strongly encourage applications from individuals from groups where we are currently under-represented to help us move forward in achieving our aim of building a more diverse organisation so that we can better serve all People Living with Cancer. We have in place an Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Strategy and we have Organisational Values (see attached) which promote fairness and belonging for all. We also have a successful internal employee representation body; Our Voice and also 8 Employee Network groups to help us achieve a more engaged and inclusive organisation for all our people.
You must hold a UK drivers' licence to undertake this role and have access to your own vehicle.
At Macmillan, we support millions of people living with cancer in the UK to live life as fully as they can by providing emotional, practical, and financial support. Our values are at the heart of who we are and everything we do. We commit to actively developing you and our benefits include private medical insurance, life assurance, pension, generous leave, interest free loans for season tickets and gym memberships and much more.
We want to create a workforce that is representative of the people we support, and who support us. We advocate for being an inclusive organisation, where everyone can feel that. We offer flexibility in our working locations, working hours and benefits so we can support you in your life and your career, and we welcome a conversation about how these options can best support you.
We offer a range of flexible working patterns, such as compressed hours, e.g., 34.5 hours in 4 days instead of 5, flexibility to work earlier or later around our core working hours of 10am-4pm and more options.
To ensure fairness and consistency to select the best candidate for this role, all our applications are anonymised up until an interview has been confirmed so that shortlisting is based solely upon the suitability of the candidate’s experience.
Applications close at 23:59pm on Sunday 4th September 2022.
There will be two interview stages with the second stage TBC.
For any support during the application or interview process please do speak to People Services 0207 840 780 1where we are able to offer advice and/or recruitment adjustments.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Neighbourhood Watch was founded on the premise of bringing people together as neighbours and communities to help prevent crime and all the evidence suggests that the need for this today is as great as it has ever been. Neighbourhood Watch is a powerful organisation with approximately 2.3 million members and a brand that is recognised by 94% of people in England and Wales. We are in the early stages of our 5 year strategy to revitalise the movement and ensure it is more relevant and representative across the UK.
We are seeking to appoint a Head of Policy, Partnerships and Projects to support the CEO to deliver the 5 Year Strategic Plan (2020 – 2025) by identifying and developing new strategic partnerships to support NWN core business and manage specific projects or programmes of work for NWN.
The role can be full time or part time depending on the candidate with responsibilities amended accordingly.
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Closing date for applications is Sunday 28th August 2022 and interviews will be held on Friday 2nd September 2022
For an informal chat with the CEO please contact our enquiries line
- Job title: Partnership Development Manager (New Business)
- Location: Hybrid – London Office and Home
- Contract type: Permanent
- Closing date: Rolling recruitment with closing date of midnight on Wednesday 31st August 2022
- Salary: Up to £42k
We are Coram – the first children’s charity, helping more than 1 million children, young people and families every year. For almost 300 years Coram have been driving change, ever since our founder, Thomas Coram and those who supported him, was granted our Royal Charter to establish the foundling hospital.
Coram is a specialist group of children’s charities dedicated to all children, but particularly those who have little or no support around them. On the journey from infancy to independence, Coram provides adoption and fostering services, education and early years support, advocacy and legal services, while training and advising professionals and developing our own innovation and insight.
Every minute of every day some children are denied the security, education, love and opportunity which should be theirs by right. At Coram, we never stop making positive change happen for children. Day by day, child by child, we fight for justice and enable children to shine, gaining the skills they need for life. Inspired by their voices, we galvanise professionals to improve the systems which can unlock better chances for children. But that’s not enough. Creating a world in which all children can have the best possible chance in life means breaking the cycle of injustice; it demands new insights, stronger concerted action and a fundamental shift to build a society that cares. This is our goal. We shall not rest until we achieve it. We are Coram. Creating better chances for children. Now and forever.
Coram’s fundraising department currently raises £4m per annum and works closely to create the best possible donor experience and long-term relationships so we can deliver year on year increase in support to help provide maximum resources for Coram and the children, young people and families we support.
This role sits within our ambitious Partnerships team which is focused on developing long term transformative shared-purpose partnerships with the commercial sector alongside strategic, commercial, Charity of the Year including employee fundraising and cause related marketing opportunities. We believe that partnerships with companies are one of the best ways to raise income, increase brand awareness and attract and engage new supporters in our work. We welcome a variety of fundraising support but are passionate about developing long-term, mutually beneficial relationships that put companies at the heart of what we do and simultaneously meet commercial needs.
Coram is seeking a self-motivated, determined and creative individual who is target driven and will bring a can-do attitude to the team alongside a successful track record of delivering within fundraising, business development or sales. A key position in the Partnerships Team, this role is focused on corporate new business – identifying, researching, developing, securing and establishing five and six-figure partnership opportunities and maintaining a strong and varied prospect pipeline (e.g. Charity of the Year, Strategic, Commercial, Cause Related Marketing, Brand, Shared Purpose etc.).
Corporate development will play a significant and exciting role within the organisation’s plans to increase fundraising income across all streams. There are some fantastic conversations and potential partnerships already underway, with ample opportunity to be creative and think outside the box when it comes to partnership opportunities, bringing a commercial mindset and new ideas to the table. As well as being a successful income generator, you will be able to write compelling cases for support and be a strategic thinker.
You will work closely with the Head of Partnerships and the wider team to help strengthen business planning, prospect identification, developing relationships, drive innovation and the deliver the vision to grow Coram’s corporate partnerships partner portfolio and team.
The Partnerships team is part of the Commercial team at Coram which is focused on transformational relationships and income generation from companies, community supporters, philanthropists, individuals, trusts and foundations, sporting and social events to help maintain and grow our portfolio of services. You will have a strong desire and passion to build and cultivate relationships with partners and colleagues and be an important ambassador for Coram.
If you have the ambition, dynamism and passion to develop and build exciting partnerships to help us take our corporate partnerships to the next level then we look forward to hearing from you.
If you’d like an informal chat please contact Julian Hare – Head of Partnerships at
For more information and to apply for the role, please click on the link below:
Closing date: Rolling recruitment with closing date of midnight on Wednesday 31st August 2022
First interviews: Rolling interview process
Second interviews: TBC
Coram (entity) is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. We actively encourage applicants from Asian, African, Caribbean and other minority ethnic backgrounds to join our teams. Whilst we have a diverse team we recognise we are a predominantly white workforce and are genuinely committed to encouraging candidates from diverse communities in order to improve the services to the children and families we help.
We are committed to the safeguarding of children and where appropriate will require the successful applicant to undertake a check from the Disclosure and Barring Service.
Registered Charity No. 312278.
Youth Futures Foundation is an independent not-for-profit organisation established in December 2019 to improve employment outcomes for young people from marginalised backgrounds. Youth Futures launched with an initial endowment of £90 million from the Dormant Assets Scheme and, in January 2022, the government announced that they had been allocated a further £20 million.
We are looking for a Senior Policy Manager to work closely with our Director of Engagement (Interim), Head of Policy (Interim) and the Policy and Public Affairs Officer, and wider colleagues to develop influencing strategies across key focus areas, including ethnic disparities and place, to build our reputation among policymakers and to drive government thinking and policy on levelling up and towards marginalised young people. This will involve working closely with internal stakeholders across all teams to bring together our research, investment and evaluation activity in key focus areas to ensure we’re joining the dots and maximising opportunities to develop evidence-based policy recommendations.
The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate proven experience of:
- Significant experience in a strategic policy role in a similar organisation and/or working on a similar issue
- Policy development and influencing in a complex multistakeholder environment
- Knowledge of current key debates and priorities in the youth employment space
- Project and event management
- Drafting written materials for internal and external audiences (e.g. briefings, reports and/or responses to government consultations)
- Line management
and have the following skills and competencies:
- Able to demonstrate a high level of collaboration with internal and external stakeholders in the development of strategies/activity
- Able to gather and analyse a wide range of information from different sources and succinctly use that to have influence or set out a policy position
- Able to establish priorities and manage a complex workload to meet tight deadlines
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills, able to engage at all levels, articulate complex concepts clearly and concisely
- Ability to work as part of a small, dedicated team
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Are you a Senior Manager looking for career development? Do you want to work for a registered charity that makes a positive difference to children and their families? Are you looking for a dynamic job with the opportunity to shape and lead our organisation into its next stage of development?
If you answered yes to the above questions, then you may be a great match for the following vacancy within MAPA:
General Manager - immediate start
Flexible working conditions with 50% attendance required on site at the Offices at Meriden Adventure Playground Association, Moorend Avenue, Meriden Park
Duties include: strategic management of MAPA working with an enthusiastic and skilled board, operational management of a highly skilled Senior Management Team and equally skilled Support Team, Networking with external stakeholders at a Senior level, Ensuring sustainability of organisation through good management of staff and resources and innovative approaches to fundraising.
You must have a Degree level qualification in management studies or equivalent and a working knowledge of play and youth work principles. You need to be a strategic thinker able to lead with vision, inspiring staff and potential funders, with experience of managing teams. You will need an ability to develop accessible and compliant policies, oversee the finances and manage the budgets, with the ability to work to deadlines and present reports to the board. Good verbal and written communication is a must!
This is a newly created post and offers the applicant the opportunity to shape the role and develop themselves.
Come and join us at this really exciting point in our development.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
re you an energetic, organised, and people focused professional looking to make a difference in the world? Are you sales and business development driven, well networked, with the ability to build robust and meaningful partnerships that will help to transform the lives of our patients and their families?
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join our award-winning Fundraising Team at Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital Charity. The newly created Senior Corporate Partnerships Officer will join our recently established Philanthropy and Partnerships (P&P) team to help us develop and nurture a range of high-value corporate and philanthropic relationships. Together, we will significantly increase our high-value income in support of the world leading research, treatment, and care that takes place across our hospitals in areas such as: childhood cancer, rare diseases, neonatal and maternal health, children and young people’s mental health, and critical care.
The Senior Corporate Partnerships Officer will be responsible for delivering our business development strategy and the development of networks across our region (and beyond), creating new and existing high-value corporate partnerships that will deliver a sustainable funding pipeline and income growth year on year. Working alongside the Director of Philanthropy and Partnerships, Head of Strategic Projects, and Head of Corporate Partnerships, they will also contribute to the wider strategic aims of the P&P team to significantly grow both philanthropic and corporate partnership income and impact over the next three years.
The ideal candidate will be a role model to their peers and a key team player with strong sales and communication skills (both verbally and in writing) ideally gained within a fundraising or sales/business development environment. They will be a self-starter with an appetite to make unsolicited approaches to businesses and individuals with the aim of increasing pipeline income and delivering impact. They will have with strong time management skills and a motivation to work towards and achieve targets. They will establish and build meaningful relationships with a varying level of stakeholders.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Are you looking for an exciting new challenge with the chance to make a real social impact? Would you relish the opportunity to help an ambitious, entrepreneurial small charity generate exciting new areas of income and impact?
Switchback is an award-winning charity supporting young men to live life differently after prison in London. We’re growing fast, and in this new position of Head of Business Development & Partnerships you’ll take on a pivotal role as we seek to reach more young men than ever and inspire change across the justice system and beyond.
Switchback is a charity rooted in relationships, and nowhere is this more important than in our partnerships with employers who provide vital training and job opportunities for the young men we support after release from prison. Building on our fantastic reputation for strong partnership-building, we now need someone to take this to the next level as we grow and become a bigger organisation providing more opportunities to more young prison-leavers.
The role will involve reinvigorating existing relationships as well as developing a range of new ones across the public, voluntary and private sectors. A key aim will be ensuring that every Switchback Trainee has a range of fantastic training, job and support options. You will also be responsible for business development, generating opportunities to grow Switchback’s impact and income in line with our strategic aims. This will include exploring government funding opportunities, developing our external training offer, and establishing new delivery partnerships.
This role is packed full of potential for the right candidate to make a huge impact, so we’re looking for someone with the spark, initiative and know-how to really make things happen. You’ll be an outgoing individual with extensive experience of relationship-building and a strong understanding of the enablers of great partnerships. Given our strong local focus, you’ll also know and love London! You will be organised with excellent attention to detail. You will also have experience of business or commercial contracts and making the most of every partnership opportunity. Knowledge of the justice system or the hospitality industry would be a plus but is not essential.
Keen to work in a small team, you will be excited about the chance to nurture existing relationships and develop new ones to achieve Switchback aims and help our Trainees thrive. Above all, you’ll have a passion for Switchback’s values and what we’re trying to achieve.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
36,340 - £49,166 p/a (please note successful candidates should expect to be appointed at the starting point of the salary scale and consideration may be given to a higher salary depending on the experience of the individual)
Full-time (35 hours pw) – Permanent
Based in one of the West Midlands offices (Coventry or Wolverhampton) but expectations of regular travel across the wider Midlands region
Are you a dynamic and target-driven individual with excellent networking and engagement skills and strong experience as a Partnerships Manager or similar? Do you have a proven record of presenting to, working with and influencing multiple different stakeholder groups at different seniority levels?
If so, join St Giles Trust as Partnerships Manager, where you will develop partnerships with key local stakeholders, commissioners and networks with a view to raising St Giles’ profile and opening up funding opportunities within the Midlands and surrounding regions.
About St Giles Trust
An ambitious, well-established charity that helps people facing adversity to find jobs, homes and the right support they need. Central to our ethos is our belief that people with first-hand experience of successfully overcoming issues such as an offending background, homelessness, addictions and gang involvement, hold the key to positive change in others.
About this exciting opportunity
Our successful candidate will focus on the identification, development and management of a range of diverse regional partnerships, working closely with regional and senior managers to achieve strategic aims. You will be responsible for delivering on agreed targets for increasing levels of business, impact and profile across the region and creating a systematic, process-driven approach to partnership development and relationship management.
We will also count on you to identify and track key strategic partnership opportunities and to identify and develop new mutually beneficial partnership and commissioning opportunities, engaging senior colleagues in the process where appropriate, while also working with senior colleagues to identify key funders, influencers and VCS organisations. Representing St Giles at external forums to promote the charity and its services and championing collaboration, innovation and best practice are also key elements of the role.
What we are looking for
- Experience in developing and maintaining a pipeline of relationships with organisations, commissioners and statutory bodies with clear and demonstrable outcomes
- Experience of securing new opportunities through excellent networking and interpersonal skills
- Exceptional communication skills, both verbal and written, with the ability to clearly communicate complex information in a range of formats and to speak engagingly and persuasively in public
- A natural, confident collaborator who enjoys working across different teams
- Sound knowledge and understanding of the issues faced by those who face adverse challenges in their lives including homelessness, poverty, criminal activity, violence, and exploitation etc.
In return, you can expect a competitive salary, generous leave allowance, staff pension, flexible working, a mentoring programme, an advice, and counselling service, season ticket loan and much more.
St Giles will guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria set out in the Job Description for the vacancy.
For further information, or to apply, please visit our website via the ‘Apply’ button.
Closing date: 11 p.m. Sunday 11 September 2022. Interview date: 22 September 2022.
Christian Aid exists to create a world where everyone can live a full life, free from poverty. We are a global movement of people, churches and local organisations who passionately champion dignity, equality and justice worldwide. We are the changemakers, the peacemakers, the mighty of heart.
About the role
Christian Aid's Private Sector Partnerships Team has an ambitious strategy to develop meaningful partnerships with SME's, large and multinational corporate organisations to deliver transformative social, economic and environmental projects amongst some of the world's poorest communities.
A new business focused role, the Senior Corporate Fundraising Officer is central to curating a new partnership pipeline, building high value programmatic partnerships, and securing new multi-year partnerships with 7-figure potential. This is an exciting opportunity for an ambitious new business or partnership specialist to join a growing private sector team working as the forefront of international development.
The role sits within the Philanthropy and Partnerships (P&P) Team which holds relationships with the Private Sector, Trusts and Foundations and Individual Major Donors. The team is part of the wider Fundraising and Supporter Engagement Department (FSE), which holds relationships with individual supporters, volunteers, churches and church networks.
The Senior Private Sector Partnerships Officer role sits within a small team consisting of the Private Sector Lead and the Salt business Network Manager. The team is highly ambitious with intentions to expand and grow income from new donors in the year and years ahead. Partnerships are understood within a wide definition including programmatic, financial, probono, product co development and affiliate partnerships. The post holder will be expected to confidently pursue partner driven strategies to secure all types of new partnership both. The post-holder will be expected to establish excellent working relationships across P&P, FSE and other divisions to ensure the successful delivery of targets
-Excellent organisational skills, including ability to work on own initiative and to effectively manage and prioritise workload
-Able to demonstrate an ability to influence at senior levels and secure upwards 6 figure deals whether in fundraising or commercial.
-Strong networking skills - ability to network and represent an organisation externally
-Excellent formal and informal oral communication skills: face-to-face; on the telephone; and in formal presentations
-Excellent written and verbal communication skills
-Ability to initiate and develop relationships with a variety of different people
-Confident and professional approach, ability to exercise own judgment and discretion
-Ability to produce high quality press releases and carry out associated PR activities
-Digital skills including using social media in a professional setting
-Supporter focused approach to all duties
-Hard working, determined and goal orientated
-Commitment to working as part of a team and sharing information and resources with colleagues
-Adaptable and flexible
-Demonstrable experience of securing 6-figure+ corporate donations, or relevant experience in significant new business development.
-A proven track record of success in managing and achieving set targets
-Experience of successful business networking
-Experience of working with people at different levels corporate structures demonstrating an ability to engage effectively with each
-Experience of delivering strategic corporate charity partnerships that go beyond fundraising
-Successful negotiation skills
-Experience of working with volunteers
-Corporate sector trends
-Corporate fundraising approaches and strategies
-Understanding of the trading environment that different corporate sectors are experiencing
-Knowledge of corporate social responsibility and corporate sustainability issues.
-Have a clear understanding of decision-making tools and methods including project management and budgetary.
-Responsible for developing their portfolio management approaches.
-Capable of making highly complexed decisions both collaboratively and one their own.
-Able to consider many factors across multiply contexts and discern appropriate actions.
-Private sector leadership experience in either C-suite or CSR department
-Understanding of ESG investment trends and development finance
-Highly networked throughout the Private and Public Sector
This role requires applicants to have the right to work in the country where this position is based.
At Christian Aid we strive to be an inclusive and diverse employer and recognise the value that this brings in helping to build strong, creative and high performing teams.
We are actively encouraging racialised minorities, LGBTQ+, people with disabilities, returning parents or carers who are re-entering work after a career break, people with caring responsibilities, people from low socioeconomic backgrounds, women, and older workers to apply. This is because these groups are under-represented within our teams, especially at senior level, and we recognise and value the contributions members of these groups make to strong, creative and high performing teams. To discuss this role in greater detail, please contact Samuel Williams: [email protected]
We have a strong Christian ethos and we encourage applications from all faiths and none (with the exception of Director positions where there is a genuine occupational requirement to be a practicing Christian - Exempted under the Equality Act 2010).
From 1 July 2021, the process for completing right to work checks has changed and we can no longer accept EU passports or ID cards as valid proof of right to work, with the exception of Irish citizens.
There are now two types of right to work checks: a manual check and an online check. A manual check can be completed against relevant documentation as outlined by the Home Office. An online check can be completed if you hold digital proof of your immigration status in the UK. We will require your share code and date of birth to carry out this check. Please see Government website for more information on acceptable documents.
All successful candidates will require either a Basic or Enhanced Disclosure Barring Service certificate (DBS) and a Counter Terrorism Sanction check as part of your clearance for commencing your role with us. Information will be forwarded to you by the HR team with your offer.
Christian Aid is committed to providing a safe and trusted environment for every person connected to the work we do; and to preventing any type of unwanted behaviour including sexual harassment and exploitation, abuse, and financial misconduct. Any candidate offered a job with Christian Aid is expected to share and demonstrate our values and adhere to Christian Aid's Safeguarding policy and sign Christian Aid's Code of Conduct.
You can expect a wide range of rewards and benefits, including a generous holiday allowance, a season ticket loan, and flexibility that will ensure you enjoy a good work/life balance.
We are a multi-award winning, creative and innovative organisation and the Strategic Projects Team is as the heart of the fundraising we do. Working on critical cross-department initiatives, you will help to drive innovation across War Child’s highly ambitious and successful fundraising operations. You will work on a range of events and projects, help to identify new fundraising opportunities and develop meaningful solutions that maintain the values, creativity and entrepreneurialism of War Child UK.
If you share our values and believe that children’s lives should not be torn apart by war, we want to hear from you.
War Child, the specialist charity for children affected by conflict. For more than two decades we’ve delivering high-impact programmes that are rebuilding lives across Afghanistan, Iraq, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Central African Republic and Yemen. We understand children’s needs, respect their rights, and put them at the centre of the solution - from reintegrating children formerly associated with armed groups and armed forces in the Central African Republic to reuniting children with their families in Afghanistan. We look forward to a world in which the lives of children are no longer torn apart by war. This is a vision that can only be realised through the collective actions of children themselves, communities and their leaders, organisations like War Child, governments and key decision makers.
Child safeguarding and Adults at Risk
Our work with children and at-risk adults to keep them safe is the most important thing we do. We are committed to the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults in all areas of our work.
We’re looking for a creative, driven and highly organized team player to help plan and deliver a range of exciting projects and innovative fundraising activities. You’ll play an integral role in the Strategic Projects Team and work closely with our Music and Communications Teams to engage new audiences with War Child’s mission and generate sustainable income.
Sometimes you will proactively lead initiatives, at other times you will support the delivery of big cross-departmental projects, from War Child’s Shop for Good to our legendry entertainment events. You will also support departmental learning and strategic planning, collecting insights and evaluating activities to ensure that the Fundraising and Communications Directorate remains innovative, ambitious and successful.
- Deliver small-scale projects across fundraising, working within budget, meeting income targets and achieving strategic objectives.
- Support the implementation of large-scale events and initiatives, giving superb project support to the Strategic Projects Team.
- Support a culture of continuous improvement and innovation across the department by collecting insights and testing new products to maximize the impact of our fundraising.
- Support the assessment of new fundraising initiatives, identifying risks and opportunities to determine the best way of moving these forwards, ensuring project documentation and budgets are in place.
- Support regular reviews of Project Management tools and processes to enable colleagues to deliver successful projects.
- Build and maintain trusting, open and effective relationships with colleagues in order to deliver collaborative projects and events.
- Deliver excellent relationship management with external stakeholders, including a range of Influencers who support our marketing campaigns. This will include cultivation planning, written correspondence, personal meetings, proposal writing, making presentations and representing War Child at networking events.
- Proactively use Salesforce database to maintain up to date records and work with data team to ensure continuous improvement in this area.
- Maintain an up-to-date knowledge of current activities of War Child and be an advocate of the War Child brand
- Contribute to creating a culture committed to the safeguarding of children and adults and compliant to WCUK’s Child Safeguarding and Adults at Risk Policies.
These duties provide a framework for the role and should not be regarded as a definitive list. Other reasonable duties may be required consistent with the grade of the role.
- Experienced in working in a target-led environment, ideally with exposure to fundraising
- Highly resilient, with the ability to work in ambiguous circumstances, managing multiple priorities
- Experience of project management, working within budget, managing your workload to meet deadlines and hit targets
- Experience using data and insight to inform decision making and product and/or process improvement
- Experienced in working as part of a team to deliver an event or activation with the ability to work calmly under pressure in a fast-paced event environment
- Able to work effectively and appropriately with Influencers and high-profile supporters
- Able to manage the expectations of stakeholders internally and externally whilst building and maintaining long-lasting, mutually beneficial relationships
- Creative and entrepreneurial with the confidence to negotiate deals with stakeholders, put forward new ideas and approach potential new partners in line with the team’s plan
- Knowledge of trends in the fundraising industry with the willingness to stay up to date on the latest developments that could create opportunities for War Child
- Experience using Salesforce or similar CRM database
- Up to date knowledge of fundraising regulation and GDPR, and its implications for fundraising policy and practice.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We are delighted to be working with a leading healthcare charity who are looking to recruit a Senior Partnerships Manager to lead a team and the charity to identify and cultivate six-figure, strategic partnerships. They’ve had some amazing wins recently and this role will line manage a small team.
This is a perfect opportunity to join the brilliant and inclusive working environment of the charity, allowing you to balance your working time between home and the office. You will manage the new business team and build a strong pipeline of prospective partners, rolling out a commercially driven, partner-centric acquisition. You will ensure the organisation secure a variety of different partnerships.
You will need to demonstrate the following;
- Experience of generating revenue in the charity or commercial sector, developing strategic relationships, resulting in significant financial return.
- Experienced management and leadership skills and an ability to inspire and motivate teams
- Excellent relationship building skills, internally and externally
- Strong presentation and pitching skills
- Experience in budgeting, reporting and strategic planning, understanding of high value fundraising mechanisms
Salary: £43,000 - £47,700
Location: Flexible location
If you would like to have an informal discussion, please call Ashby on 02030 062787 or email [email protected].
Ashby Jenkins Recruitment are a specialist charity recruitment agency, we use our extensive sector knowledge and experience to match candidates to the most suitable roles. We take a relationship-led approach to recruitment, working ethically, supporting people to find their perfect role within the not-for-profit sector.
We are passionate about improving equality across the sector, you can read more about our commitment to diversity here.
If enough applications are received the charity reserve the right to end the application period sooner.
Charity People are delighted to be working exclusively with Auditory Verbal UK (AVUK) in their search for an experienced Senior Partnerships Manager to join their brilliant team.
About Auditory Verbal
AVUK is an award-winning charity that is transforming the lives of deaf children across the UK. AVUK works with families who want their child to learn to listen, talk and develop the communication and social skills to thrive at school and beyond. Over the next few years, the charity plans to double the number of pre-school children and families supported by its innovative early intervention programme; expand the number of specialist practitioners working in publicly funded services; further its profile and influence; and to grow and diversify its voluntary income streams so that deaf children have the same opportunities in life as their hearing peers.
This is a hugely exciting time to join the team at AVUK and help drive income growth to support these ambitious plans. AVUK is an organisation with a clear, tangible and well-evidenced case for support; one where you will directly see the positive impact your work is having on the families of young children with hearing loss.
Benefits & Culture
* Hybrid between Bermondsey, London SE1 or home
* Full time (flexible working fully supported)
* Salary £38 - £45k + benefits including Group Pension Scheme (7% employer contribution)
* Annual leave, 27 days plus 8 Bank Holidays and 1 privilege day
* Reporting to Head of Fundraising
About the role
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a friendly and supportive team to help evolve our approach to high value giving, predominantly across major donors, corporates and trusts and foundations, where you will play a pivotal role in raising funds to support AVUK's 10-year plan.
Working closely with the CEO and Senior Management Team you will develop high-quality, compelling bids proposals and pitches that will secure significant funding partnerships.
The priority for this role will be to build and develop a new pipeline of high value strategic partnerships that align with the overarching fundraising priorities of the charity.
You will lead on proposal development collaborating with the wider team to identify priorities for funding and develop compelling cases for support. You will be required to help with supporting trusts and foundation applications.
We are looking for an experienced senior partnerships manager with a proven track record of working in a target driven and face to face fundraising environment and successfully secured 6+figure partnerships from either corporates or major donors.
You will be a lateral thinker, creative and entrepreneurial by nature with strong business acumen and understand the motivations of potential funders and partners.
We are looking for a confident and persuasive fundraiser with the ability to influence, along with excellent interpersonal and relationship development skills. Someone who is truly motivated by the cause and who wants to take their partnerships to the next level.
If you would like to work with a collaborative and supportive team and have the necessary drive and experience, we would love to hear from you.
To apply please send your CV to Sharon Cooper at Charity People
If your profile fits with what we're looking for, we'll be in touch with lots more details and to arrange a phone or video call.
We encourage you to apply as soon as possible as interviews are happening on a rolling basis.
Charity People actively promotes equality, diversity and inclusion. We match charity 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 do this because we know greater diversity will lead to even greater results for the charities we work with.
Prospectus is delighted to be partnering with The Diana Award to search for a new Senior Fundraising and Partnerships Manager to join their small, collaborative fundraising team.
The organisation is in an exciting strategic period with new programmes, opportunities and ambitions. As the Senior Fundraising and Partnerships Manager you will implement, and feed into, the fundraising strategy alongside the Fundraising and Partnerships Manager who you will line manage. As a team, your focus will be on developing the pipeline and identifying new funding opportunities from primarily corporate partners and trusts and foundations.
You will have experience of successfully generating income from corporate sources and/or trusts and foundations and you will be a confident relationship builder. The Diana Award can offer learning and development support around formal line management and strategy development should this be new for you, but you may already have some experience of managing volunteers, interns or projects, and you will have an interest in leading and growing a team.
If you can bring your valuable fundraising expertise and are looking to take ownership in your next role, whilst perhaps developing skills in leadership and strategy, then do get in touch for more information.
The Diana Award is open to considering both full time and part time applicants and can offer flexible working patterns and hybrid working (number days per week in the London office are negotiable).
If you have any disability and would like assistance with completing an application then please contact Femke Vorstman at Prospectus.
If you feel you meet some of the criteria but not all, we really hope you'll enquire and learn more. Prospectus can advise and support on each part of the role and hopefully your application, so we look forward to hearing from you.
At Prospectus we invest in your journey as a candidate and are committed to supporting you in your application. In order to apply please submit your CV in the first instance and begin to prepare your supporting statement. Should your experience be suitable, we will send you the full job description and will arrange for a call and/or meeting to brief you on the role. You'll then have all the information you need to formally apply. We are looking forward to speaking with you soon.
Title: Senior New Partnerships Manager (Retail & FMCG)
Salary: £42,000 - £45,000 per annum
Hours/Contract: 35 per week
Contract Type: Permanent
Closing date: 24th August 2022
Interview date: W/c 29th August 2022
We are recruiting for a Senior new partnerships manager who specialises in identifying and securing new 6-7 figure transformational partnerships for Marie Curie with top UK retailers, brands, and suppliers.
This is a leadership role, where you will develop and deliver competitive sector strategies and cultivation plans; build, maintain and convert a robust and diverse pipeline, and collaborate with others to achieve results that will deliver income, influence and awareness.
You will have a high level of autonomy and responsibility and will manage a high-value prospect portfolio of your own creation to meet and exceed income targets. You will be a team player and have both a strategic and commercial focus and. We are looking for someone who is skilled in developing and delivering compelling, impactful cases for support, proposals, cultivation plans and stewardship activities, pitches and employee and public vote strategies.
This is an exciting role and ideal for someone who thrives on a challenge.
What we are looking for:
- Proven track record of securing multi-year, 6 and 7 figure partnerships across retailers, brands, and suppliers
- A talent for identifying new commercial and strategic partnerships that drive income, influence and awareness
- A networker and a relationship builder, who loves to collaborate internally and externally
- A strategic thinker, who can help drive forward and deliver our new partnerships strategy to deliver significant corporate partnership income growth
- A real inspiration, a leader who is a self-starter, creative, resilient, and tenacious
- Goal orientated, passionate and results driven
What's in it for you:
- Continued access to NHS Pension Scheme (subject to eligibility)
- Marie Curie Group Personal Pension Scheme
- Season ticket loan
- Loan schemes for bikes; computers and satellite navigation systems
- Continuous development
- Industry leading training programmes
- Employee Assistance Programme
- Flexible Working
Marie Curie is committed to its values, which underpin our work. We take stringent steps to ensure that the people who join our organisation through employment or volunteering, are suitable for their roles and are committed to safeguarding all our people from harm. This includes our staff, volunteers and all those who use or come into contact with our services. We are dedicated to creating not just a safe place to work but also a supportive and rewarding one.
We are committed to a world where everyone can thrive and fulfil their potential. We are devoted to the social justice imperatives and organisational benefits of full diversity, inclusion and equity in the workplace, and are a Stonewall champion. We actively encourage and welcome applications from candidates of diverse cultures, perspectives and lived experiences.
This role will be subject to receiving a satisfactory criminal record check.
We reserve the right to close this vacancy early. Agencies need not apply.
Every day of your life matters - from the first to the last. When you work for Marie Curie, you understand that better than ever. We're a passionate, committed and diverse team of more than 4,400 staff and 12,000 volunteers, here for people living with any terminal illness, and their families. We offer expert care, guidance and support, to help them get the most from the time they have left.
Everyone knows our daffodil, but it's our warmth, creativity and care that touch lives. Here, we take the time to really get to know the people we care for and those who love them. And we do whatever it takes to give them the final days and hours they deserve.