Corporate Partnerships Officer (maternity cover up to 12 months)

Closed: Monday, June 3, 2024

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  • Salary £27,021 - £30,060 per annum
  • Location North Yorkshire (On-site)
  • Job Type Contract, Full-time
  • Sectors Animal
  • Job Reference : 214036
Corporate Partnerships Officer (maternity cover 12months)
35 hours per week
£27,021 - £30,060 per annum 
Yorkshire Wildlife Trust is one of the UK’s fastest growing nature conservation organisations and seeks to appoint a Corporate Partnerships Officer (maternity cover).
We are seeking an experienced Corporate Partnerships Officer to drive forward relationship building and income generation within corporate fundraising. 

Reporting to the Fundraising Manager, this role will lead and manage a portfolio of corporate partnerships to an excellent standard. As well as managing and supporting the development of strategic partnerships, the post-holder will build relationships with multiple stakeholders to develop long-term commitment to Yorkshire Wildlife Trust. Alongside managing our corporate partnerships this role is also responsible for administering our corporate membership scheme, organising Wild Work Days (corporate volunteering), and managing our affinities and Charity of the Year partnerships.

You will collaborate across the Trust to develop innovative and compelling funding proposals, delivering excellent stewardship to existing corporates and identify, research and engage new prospects. You will ensure continuous improvement and innovation in how, evaluating new ideas for income generation and strategies for implementation. 

A compelling and engaging communicator, you’ll be adept at managing corporate relationships of all sizes and at different stages – from prospecting and cultivation through to ask, stewardship and retention, working at all levels of the Trust to achieve ambitious fundraising targets. 
You must be experienced working with corporates and have a natural talent for building positive relationships both internally and externally. If you want to make difference for Yorkshire’s wildlife and wild places, then we’d love to hear from you. 
How to apply:
Please submit an up-to-date CV and supporting statement of no more than 3 sides of A4. When writing your supporting statement, please refer to the job description, and ensure you describe the relevant knowledge, skills and experience you have that are relevant to the role. Ideally, your CV and supporting statement should be in an editable format, such as Word so we can anonymise your documents prior to the short-listing process. Please DO NOT include any personal details (name, address etc) on your supporting statement.

Closing date: Monday 3rd June at midnight
Interview date: Monday 17th June

Please note that applications received after the closing deadline may not be considered. The Trust regrets that it is unable to give feedback on unsuccessful applications.

We are committed to creating a Movement that recognises and truly values individual differences and identities. We value diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive culture where everyone is able to be themselves and to reach their full potential. We want our people to flourish, just like nature.

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