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Senior Partnerships Manager

Employer
The Institute of Fundraising
Location
London
Salary
£38,000 pro rata
Closing date
18 Mar 2021
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Job Details

Senior Partnerships Manager
London, UK
 
Responsible to: Director of Charity Development and Remember A Charity
Salary: £38,000 (FTE) per annum – 8-12-month fixed term contract
Hours: 35 hours per week Monday to Friday, occasional additional hours as required, reclaimed as time off in lieu of payment
Direct reports: None
Location: Currently working from home.  Flexible location with regular travel to our Central London office.
Benefits: 25 days holiday per annum (pro-rata), Flexible working, Pension
 
We are looking for a confident, experienced, and skilled partnerships manager to fill this crucial role with the Chartered Institute of Fundraising. The ideal candidate is an excellent communicator, able to build strong and productive member-focused relationships with our high-profile charity members and partners. Our values underpin all areas of our work and guide us in all we do:

Passionate: taking pride in what we do and driven by success.

Professional: championing and achieving high standards and governed by professional integrity.

Enabling: helping others and empowered to take ownership, find solutions, make decisions, and collaborate.

Enterprising: open to new solutions and committed to delivering where we already excel.

Respectful: honest and fair, treating everyone with consideration and respect.

About the Chartered Institute of Fundraising

The Chartered Institute of Fundraising is the professional membership body for fundraisers in the UK.  Currently the Chartered Institute supports and provides services for 6,000 individual members and nearly 600 organisational members. Members and non-members access training, qualifications, conferences and events, policy and guidance.  The Chartered Institute is also the home of the Remember a Charity campaign and public fundraising Compliance team (formerly PFRA).  The Chartered Institute facilitates more than 30 volunteer-led regional and special interest groups which organise local networks, events, conferences.

About you

This is a key role in the organisation.  You will be:

  • Customer focussed – always looking to deliver a great experience for members
  • Able to generate ideas for new events, content, and ways of engaging our members
  • A confident and helpful team member who can interact well with others and has a ‘can do’ attitude, with a strong attention to detail

 
With a proven record of:

  • Strong commercial acumen
  • Experience of using CRMs to track, share and monitor customer records
  • Sound budget manager

 
If you are looking for a challenging role, which will make a real difference to the work of charities and fundraisers and are passionate about the charity sector and its work, this role is for you. We anticipate a handover period with the permanent post-holder.
The Chartered Institute is proud to be an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace where we can all be our ourselves and succeed on merit.  We particularly welcome applications from those who are significantly underrepresented in our sector, such as disabled people and individuals from Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic communities.

How to apply

Please apply via this portal and complete all application questions (draft in Word and copy and paste to avoid timing out on the system). This will be redacted; the panel will not see any identifying information.

Your application will not be considered if you submit a CV and supporting statement.

Next Steps

Closing date: Thursday, 18 March 2021

Shortlisted candidates will be notified by: Thursday, 25 March 2021

Interviews: 29 and/or 30 March 2021

Second interviews (if needed): 31 March and/or 1 April 2021

Please note that the interviews will take place via Zoom.

This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.

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