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Corporate Partnerships Officer

Employer
Marine Conservation Society
Location
United Kingdom
Salary
£21500 - £25500 per annum
Closing date
16 Jan 2022

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Function
Fundraising, Corporate Fundraising
Sector
Animal
Hours
Full Time
Contract Type
Permanent
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Corporate Partnerships Officer
United Kingdom
 
Contract: Part-time, 21 hours per week (we can talk about which days)
Salary: £21,500 to £25,500 pro-rata, dependent on experience
Location: Flexible – Can be home-based in the UK with good transport links to major cities
Closing: Sunday, 16th January 2022
Interviews: Thursday 27 & Friday 28 January 2022
 
We act because everyone relies on the ocean to survive - from the air we breathe to the food we eat. We have ambitious plans to drive political, cultural and social change for seas that support abundant marine wildlife, sustain livelihoods and unlock the investment in marine solutions for the climate crisis.   
 
Ambitious goals need ambitious people, and we’re looking for that in our Corporate Partnerships Officer. You will develop our established relationships with corporate donors, and focusing on ensuring that SME sector partners who proactively pursue ocean-friendly business practices are supported, and can grow with us.
 
As part of our Corporate Partnerships team, you’ll develop our company membership scheme, engaging with organisations to create value for them and to retain their support, as well as identify new businesses to offer the benefits of becoming a new member of the scheme.
 
We want your passion for our purpose to join us in making a real difference for the future of our ocean.
 
Partnership building: Understands successful relationship management and values building positive relationships within organisations. Can show a track-record of working in corporate fundraising or a sales environment with income targets. Maintains professional integrity and is keen to work within an ethical fundraising framework.
 
Delivery: Advanced knowledge of Excel. Listens with curiosity, and pays attention to the details. Confident to take enquiries and approaches by phone and email. Plans work carefully with respect for impacts on others – makes sure deadlines are met.
 
Working with us: Is a problem-solver, supports others and enjoys working with a team of passionate advocates for our ocean and environment. We are looking for you to demonstrate our values, but we take pride in you being able to sharing your unique perspective and experiences which add to our knowledge and our culture. 
 
Ready to dive in?
 
Your CV – it would really help us if you removed all your personal information prior to sending your CV to us or uploading to our system. Keep your contact information in your email or provide it in the online system, but not on the documents that we’ll use for shortlisting.  
 
A motivation statement - tell us how your experience meets the role requirements by referring closely to both the job description and the person specification. Include examples of your work or experiences which show how you will meet the job criteria and person specification and what skills you bring which would make you successful in the role. 
 
Your motivation statement should also let us know what inspired you to apply for this role with us – tell us what it is about our work that attracted you to the organisation and the position. 
 
We find that stronger applications have this statement – to give yourself the best opportunity for this role, please ensure you include it. No need to write pages, one side of A4 would be perfect, two would be more than enough so try to limit yourself. 
 
We understand that the application process can be difficult if you have a condition or disability that you live with. We want to make it as easy as possible for you to shine during your application process, so please let us know what we can do to accommodate you. 
 
Selection process 
 
If you’re invited to an interview, you may be requested to prepare a task in advance, or take part in a group activity as part of the assessment process – we’ll let you have all the details in the invitation to interview. We will also invite you to talk to us about any reasonable adjustments which would support you in fully taking part in the interview process. 
 
The legal bit 
 
If you’re successful, all offers of employment are conditional, subject to the following: 
 
- We are not licensed to issue work permits so you will need to provide proof of eligibility to work in the UK and will be required to present original documents if invited for interview. Information on what you’ll need to show will be provided as part of the invitation to attend an interview but you can read more on the Home Office UK Border Agency website: UK Visas and Immigration 
- Receipt of two references which are satisfactory to MCS  
 
Our Commitment 
 
Everyone can expect to be treated with consideration and respect and MCS is committed to providing an inclusive environment for all. Good working relationships release the full potential, creativity and productivity of everyone, in an atmosphere where everyone can learn and work without prejudice, discrimination, harassment or violence. 
 
We are committed to developing a team which is reflective of our society, and which can offer insight and views that influence our work. We are particularly interested in applications from groups which are under-represented in marine, environmental and charity sectors.
 
Registered Charity No: 1004005 (England and Wales) SC037480 (Scotland) 
 
 

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