Corporate Partnerships Manager
We are currently looking to recruit a Corporate Partnerships Manager
Location: Central London
Reports To: Director of Fundraising
Length of Contract: Fixed term contract for 12 months
Salary: £35,000 - £40,000 (depending on experience)
Closing date for applications: 24 July 2019
The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Foundation (the Foundation) drives and supports the Award’s global growth, so more young people can undertake the world’s leading youth achievement award.
Working through our network of Award Operators in more than 130 countries and territories, the Foundation is creating new ways and places for young people to do the Award, using innovative online tools. The Foundation leads the Award’s entry into new countries and territories, ensuring consistency around the world. It works to increase global awareness of the value of non-formal education. This in turn creates demand for the Award, which is one way that young people’s development outside the classroom can be recognised worldwide.
The Fundraising team is a key team within the Foundation. It is through their efforts that the Foundation can help grow the Award through different methods such as digital and learning and developing.
Who we are looking for
We are looking for someone who has excellent organisaiton, communication and relationship building skills. They must be a team player, ready to support the wider organisaiton as well as the Fundraising team. The ideal candidate will have expereince of successful corporate fundraising at a high level within the charity sector.
How to apply
To apply for this role, please send your CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download the full job description here.
The closing date for applications is 17:00 on 24 July 2019.
Interviews will take place shortly after the closing date and we are looking for the successful candidate to start as soon as possible.
This job is unlikely to attract a Tier 2 Certificate of Sponsorship (formerly a work permit). Applications from candidates who require Tier 2 immigration status to work in the UK may not be considered if there are a sufficient number of other suitable candidates. To apply for a Tier 2 Certificate of Sponsorship, employers need to demonstrate that they are unable to recruit a resident worker before recruiting an individual overseas.