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Senior New Partnerships Manager - Corporate Partnerships

Employer
RNIB
Location
London
Salary
£40738 - £44811 per annum
Closing date
5 Jun 2022

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Function
Fundraising, Business Development & Commercial, Corporate Fundraising
Sector
Professional & Commercial, Disability
Hours
Full Time
Contract Type
Permanent
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Job Details

We're the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) and we're here for everyone affected by sight loss. Working for us means working for one of the UK's biggest charities, supporting almost two million people living with sight loss in the UK.

RNIB is leading the creation of a world where there are no barriers for people with sight loss. One of our key priorities is to ask people to see sight loss differently, reversing inaccurate perceptions and changing public behaviours so everyone expects equal participation from people with sight loss and the creation of a fully accessible society.

Purpose of job

Sight loss is an urgent and growing challenge that can only be tackled in partnership. Partner relationships are integral to the future of RNIB in corporate, statutory and charity sectors as well as the sight loss sector and are vital for our service delivery model and financial sustainability.

Our Senior New Partnerships Manager - Corporate Partnerships, will raise vital funds for RNIB's work to support blind and partially sighted people. The post holder will play a key role in the Corporate Partnerships management team by shaping and driving new business growth to achieve or exceed annual income targets.

In this role, you and your direct reports team will identify and secure income by developing new partnerships. You will attend meetings, networking events and deliver face to face presentations, and will represent RNIB at events and functions.

As a member of the Strategic Stakeholder Engagement Management Team, it will be essential that you promote a positive organisation wide culture and contribute to RNIB's corporate strategy which puts customers at its heart.

The ideal candidate will have senior level experience in developing strategic propositions fundraising and prospect stewardship, as well as writing tailored and innovative fundraising and new business proposals and partnership reports.

In exchange we offer a competitive salary, a stimulating and supportive working environment and a benefits package as detailed in the attached 'What We Offer' document.

How to apply

To be considered you must include a supporting statement

If you would like to apply for this great job opportunity, please review the documents linked below, then select "Apply Online" at the bottom of this page and complete our short application form. Please include a Supporting Statement of no more than two pages evidencing how you meet the Specialist Skills, Knowledge and Experience criteria (Section 1 of the person specification in the Job Description).

One of our core values is to be led by blind and partially sighted people and we involve our customers in recruitment. Please be advised that your anonymised application may be shared internally with those involved in the recruitment process.

RNIB is committed to being an Equal Opportunities organisation and we welcome applications from people with sight loss and other disabilities.

In the event we receive a high number of applcations, we reserve the right to close this role early.

Company

RNIB (the Royal National Institute of Blind People) is a large, national charity offering information, support and advice to two million blind and partially sighted people throughout the UK. Founded in 1868, RNIB has an annual income of more than £114m, over 1,700 employees and 4,800 volunteers. It is headquartered in London.

RNIB’s vision is of a world where people who are blind and partially sighted enjoy the same rights, responsibilities, opportunities and quality of life as people who are fully sighted.

RNIB began life as in 1868 as the British and Foreign Blind Association for Improving the Embossed Literature of the Blind. It was founded by a partially sighted doctor, Thomas Rhodes Armitage. In 1949 the charity received a Royal Charter and, in 1953, changed its name to the Royal National Institute for the Blind. In 2002, RNIB became a membership organisation and changed its name again - to the Royal National Institute of Blind People, rather than for Blind People. Under RNIB’s Royal Charter and Bye-laws, the majority of its trustees must be blind or partially sighted.

One of the charity’s flagship services, Talking Books, began in 1935 and is still very popular. It gives access to 23,000 fiction and non-fiction books for adults and children. Subscribers can receive the books on a CD, USB stick, an app or mp3 format. They can also use RNIB’s digital download service or borrow from 22,000 braille books and 5,000 giant print books.

The charity runs an online shop and has four resource centres which sell accessible products. Products include talking clocks and watches, large button telephones, cookery aids and tactile toys and games.

RNIB’s Helpline has been running since 1997. Callers through the Helpline can reach the charity’s advice and counselling teams. The Advice Service is able to give advice to blind and partially sighted people, carers, friends, relatives and organisations helping people with sight loss. Common issues include eye conditions, registering sight loss, employment, education and benefits.

RNIB’s Counselling Team is a small group of telephone and online counsellors who give people struggling with the onset of sight loss the opportunity to talk about their feelings and gain support. Calls or sessions are not charged.

RNIB has recently decided to amalgamate its 24,000 membership in a new community called RNIB Connect. Membership is free and includes the charity’s 8,000 strong campaigning network and the charity Action for Blind People’s Action Connect online community (Action for Blind People became an associate charity of RNIB in 2009).

RNIB is also an active campaigning charity. It has 8,000 campaign supporters and campaign staff stationed across the UK. Recent campaigns have concerned the new Personal Independence Payments and changes to Attendance Allowance. The charity also undertakes permanent campaigning on transport and retail accessibility and pavement obstructions.

Find Us
Telephone
0303 123 9999
Location
105 Judd Street,
London
WC1H 9NE
GB
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