Partnerships Manager

Closed: 19 January 2022
Fundraising Business Development Corporate

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  • Salary £32,000 - £36,000 per year + £2k London weighting (dependent on experience)
  • Location London, Greater London (On-site)
  • Job Type Permanent, Full-time
  • Sectors Education
  • Job Reference :
  • £32,000- 36,000 (+ £2,000 London weighting) per annum dependent on experience 
  • Full-time, Permanent 
  • London (hybrid working possible if desired)

A fantastic opportunity for a Partnership Manager to join our team. We have a three-year strategy to increase the number of young people we serve while ensuring we can grow with impact and sustainability. You will join a team that is determined and energetic; reflective and collaborative; and values the experiences and backgrounds of each person we work with.  

The Partnerships Manager (PM) is responsible for developing, stewarding and growing our corporate partnerships, for the benefit of Envision and our young people’s futures.

Working closely with Regional Managers, the delivery team, the CEO and Deputy CEO, the Partnerships Manager works to bring in organisations that are keen to support Envision’s mission. With the aim of such organisations providing both funding for our work and volunteer business mentors to support our young people to build the skills needed to succeed in work and in life. Our business mentors are a key part of our flagship Community Apprentice programme – working collaboratively with our young people on social action projects and helping them build their skills along the way.


  • Experience of researching, developing partner pipelines and managing multiple points of contact.
  • Experience in developing business partnerships that involve both funding and employee engagement.
  • Knowledge of how and why businesses partner with charities to deliver their social responsibility, impact and/or people strategies.
  • Commitment to Envision’s vision, mission and values and ability to work well in, and contribute to, our organisational culture.
  • Approachable and adaptable; able to communicate professionally with stakeholders and audiences of all levels including young people.
  • Collaborative: supports, and shares ideas and expertise with, colleagues continually to achieve goals and improve.
  • Highly organised, methodical and reliable.
  • Adaptable and flexible in their approach to resolving challenges and responding to feedback.
  • Driven, proactive and able to identify the best opportunities to partner with businesses to the benefit of Envision’s young people.


  • Ability to think strategically about generating income.
  • Understanding of, and/ or lived experience of, the barriers that young people face that contribute to the education and employment gap.

Envision seeks to ensure we achieve diversity in our workforce and that all applicants and employees receive equal and fair treatment, regardless of age, race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, disability or nationality. We encourage applications with lived experience to apply as they are currently under- represented in our organisation.

The closing date is midnight Tuesday 18 January