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Corporate and New Business Partnership Lead

Employer
National Museum of the Royal Navy
Location
Ability to work flexibly from home and/or at one of our sites
Salary
£42,350 - £50,000 (dependent upon experience)
Closing date
27 Dec 2020

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Function
Fundraising, Corporate Fundraising
Sector
Arts / Culture
Hours
Full Time
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Job Details

Are you motivated by challenging targets, shaping a strategy and leading change whilst still getting hands-on? Do you have a passion for raising money?  Are you interested in exploring our place in the world through our past? Excellent, then we’re the place where you want to work next.

Our mission is to tell the epic story of the Royal Navy and we do this through planes, ships, submarines, people, collections, exhibitions, galleries and new museums. Our vision is to be the most inspiring naval museum in the world. To deliver on both of these we need talented people who understand how culture, heritage and tourist attractions can play a role in regeneration and renewal, both economic and societal.

Key Opportunities

  • We are currently looking to fill two new roles Corporate and New Business Partnership Lead and Data, Insight and Supporter Engagement Lead. We have recently restructured and need to change our fundraising approach to match our ambition.
  • Corporate and New Business Partnership Lead: our museums play a key role in seafaring and naval heritage, that goes without saying, however they also play a hugely important role in their local and regional economies. You will be able to align our brand and what we offer to both of these strands and deliver income in partnership with business.

Knowledge/Experience

 

  • Extensive experience of driving corporate engagement activity, including stewardship and relationship management, to deliver significant income.
  • Applied knowledge and understanding of delivering multi-million-pound income targets from corporate supporters, commercial partners and new business opportunities.
  • Aligning and shaping an organisation’s work with the economic agendas of central and local government in order to access funding.
  • A track record of securing funding from Local Economic Partnerships or Regional Development Agencies.
  • Experience of proposition development, licensing and pricing.
  • A deep understanding and strong track record of personally leading change.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication with ability to interpret complex data into actionable insights presented in an accessible format.
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