Partnership Development Manager (Regional)

Closed: 23 January 2022
Fundraising Community Corporate

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  • Salary £36,755 per year
  • Location Remote
  • Job Type Permanent, Full-time
  • Sectors Youth/Children
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Job Title:                          Partnership Development Manager (Regional)

Hours:  35 per week

Type of Employment: Permanent

Salary: £36,755

Location:              Relationship Fundraising, Home based

Line Manager:  Senior Partnership Development Manager (Regional)

Direct Reports:  None

Playing a key role within the Fundraising Team, the post holder will be personally responsible for developing a multi-million-pound pipeline of new corporate partnership opportunities that will have a significant positive impact on income over the current and future years, contributing to budgeting and forecasting. Working closely with the Senior Partnership Development Manager,(Regional), community fundraising and corporate partnerships team, you will focus on partnerships valued up to circa £100k per annum leveraging Teenage Cancer Trust’s strong position and reputation in the sector to forge multi-year collaborations with companies and high-profile brands.

You will also provide expertise and support to Relationship Managers to maximise all levels of corporate giving, working specifically to ensure robust retention plans are in place for each partnership to ensure long-term support for Teenage Cancer Trust. Your focus will be on partners and prospects with a regional focus but may be asked to expand this area to meet the needs of the business. 

In one of the toughest environments for corporate partnerships know to the sector, you will be tenacious in your focus on finding new and innovative ways to engage companies within a hugely challenging environment. A job description and how to apply can be found below.

Applications to be received by: 23rd January 2022

First interviews: 31st January 2022            

Second Stage Interviews: 7th February 2022 

We are committed to working towards ensuring Teenage Cancer Trust is a diverse and inclusive place to work. We welcome applications from everyone regardless of race, age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, faith or disability. 

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