Corporate Partnership Manager
We are looking for a proactive Corporate Partnership Manager to join our client’s expanding Corporate Partnerships team.
Our client is the largest wildlife conservation organisation in Europe with over one million members. They speak out for birds and wildlife, tackling the problems that threaten our environment.
Position: Corporate Partnership Manager
Location:. In normal circumstances, this role will be based primarily at the HQ in Sandy Bedfordshire, regular travel across the UK to visit partners and attend events will be required. Full time remote working currently in place.
Salary: £26,212 to £29,320 per annum
Hours: Full time, permanent
Benefits: Flexible working, 26 Days Annual Leave, Free access to our reserves, up to 20% discount off retail items in our shops. Free access to a confidential Employee Assistance programme that provides support and advice around financial, physical and mental health wellbeing. A substantial Learning and Development offer.
Closing date: 6 November 2020
Interviews: W/C 16 November 2020
About the role:
As Corporate Partnerships Manager you will play a vital role in raising awareness of the crisis that nature is facing and to make a significant impact to restore habitats, save species from extinction and provide opportunities for people of all ages to connect more closely to nature, protecting it for the future.
You will be responsible for driving significant income growth from corporate partnerships by delivering the charity’s partnership offer to brands and businesses to reach challenging but achievable targets.
New business is a key focus of this role alongside subsequent account management and facilitation of the partnerships that you develop.
The post-holder will be someone who thrives on creativity, ambiguity and proactive cultivation and who can draw upon their track record of winning significant partnerships and successfully stewarding accounts.
Confident engaging cold contacts via phone, email and in-person to develop corporate relationships, you will focus on driving corporate income growth and positioning the charity as top of mind for brands keen to support nature's recovery through their work.
The successful candidate will have a minimum of three years’ new business and account management experience ideally gained in corporate partnerships or a relevant business development role, as well as a proven track record of cultivating, securing and account managing partnerships with a value of £100k+.
Other roles you may have experience of could include: Partnerships Development Manager, Major Donor Fundraising, Corporate Partnerships Fundraising, Fundraising Development Manager, Senior Corporate Partnerships Manager, Philanthropy & Partnerships Fundraising Manager etc.