Corporate Partnerships Officer

Closed: Wednesday, June 19, 2024

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  • Salary £33,438 - £36,045 per year
  • Location Croydon, Greater London (On-site)
  • Job Type Permanent, Part-time
  • Sectors Education
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An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the Development Team at the world-renown BRIT School. Working closely with the Corporate Partnerships Manager, the Corporate Partnerships Officer will be supporting the growth of The BRIT School’s corporate income through donations, sponsorship and employee giving. 

The Team

The Development Team at The BRIT School is focused and experienced – with colleagues having worked in award-winning not-for-profits and national arts centres - consisting of the Director of Development, Trusts and Grants Manager, Corporate Partnerships Manager, Trusts and Grants Officer, Philanthropy Officer and Development Administrator, with a supportive Leadership Team and Board of Trustees. 

With current / recent corporate partnerships including Burberry, Warner Music UK, Royal Bank of Canada, Apple and Netflix (amongst many others), it is an exciting place, which brings together world-class education with the creative industries. 

You and The BRIT School

This is an exciting time to join The BRIT School team, as we continue the momentum of our BRIT Transforms Campaign (launched during our 30th anniversary year celebrations), and build on our successful corporate partnerships programme. 

Joining us as Corporate Partnerships Officer, you will be at the heart of our efforts to #keepBRITspecial, helping the School to realise its plans and ambitions.

We are looking for someone who has a passion for the ethos and ambition of The BRIT School.

As a member of an impactful team, you’ll have the autonomy, responsibility and freedom to bring your own creativity, drive and skills to the role, and to make an impact… not only on our fundraising ambitions, but on the lives of the young artists we support.

We would welcome candidates who are looking to move into corporate fundraising from other fundraising backgrounds, or relevant sales environments; we're also open to people at the start of their fundraising career. We are supportive of - and happy to consider - flexible working arrangements, including hybrid/home working.

The BRIT School is committed to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, which is the bedrock of our ethos and values. 

We look forward to receiving your application, and we hope to meet you soon.

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