Strategic Partnerships Manager - International Girls Charity
TPP is proud to be partnering with a global girl's youth charity to recruit for Fundraising Manager, specialising in Strategic Partnerships (Corporate). The role is paying £36,000 to £40,000, permanent and based in London.
The charity helps over a billion girls in the world to achieve their unlimited potential. They seek to create an environment where girls can learn by doing, make friends and have fun. They fundamentally believe all girls should be safe from judgement, stereotyping and violence. The charity aims to achieve this through their campaigns and programmes within the community.
This is a newly formed position within the corporate team which will mainly be focused on new business/partnerships. The corporate team has been very successful with current partners representing almost half of the overall charity's income. This has been achieved by partnering with a major global product consumer company, a global logistics company and a world leading IT cyber security organisation. You will build on this success by seeking out and developing new high value and long-term partnerships by engaging and enthusing prospects. Due to a relatively small, but growing team, you will also be expected to account manage new or existing partnerships.
The right candidate will be willing to account manage but also predominantly bring in new business or partnerships. You will have a good track record of bringing in six figure income, whether in a commercial or fundraising capacity. You will have sound negotiating skills with the ability to build rapport easily. Finally, you will be passionate about improving the wellbeing of girls worldwide.
How to Apply: Deadline - ongoing.
Candidates are being considered on a rolling basis and are therefore advised to apply asap.
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