£50000.00 - £55000.00 per annum
over 1 year ago
A world famous major UK charity focusing on poverty and social injustice is currently recruiting for a Senior Partnerships Development Manager to join their head office in London ASAP on a permanent basis.
This role will be responsible for strategically driving new business from institutional partners and developing strategic new partnerships for the charity, in line with their social change strategy and organisational priorities.
- Undertake and commission research into potential new institutional partners for both in relation to the events schedule and the charity's year round activities based on shared values and goals.
- Strategically drive new business and new partnerships across the department, in line with our social change strategy and organisational priorities.
- Lead on pitches and direct approaches for new institutional partners - both year round and campaign / venture specific.
- Proactively identify and negotiate partnerships with institutional funders including governments, United Nation bodies and major multi-national bodies that secure income impact or influence for the charity's agenda. This can include contractual income, grant income, partnership models or match funding alliances.
The role will be focused on approximately 80% new business and 20% account management, alongside shaping the organisation's strategy as to how they identify potential partners.
They are looking for someone with experience of 7-figure partnerships, or a good amount of 6-figure partnerships. You should be passionate and strategic, with a clear and strong sense of the importance of the role. Major donor experience would be a bonus, but is not required for the role.
If you are interested in this role or wish to register with TPP to hear about future posts, please call Andrew on 020 7198 6040 or send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. We do try to get in touch with all applications of interest however due to the volume of applications we receive this isn't always possible.