Salary - £35k
Location - London
Type - Perm
Discipline - Fundraising
Organisation - Learning Disabilities Charity
Agency Contact - Alice Wood
Reference - J19915
We’re recruiting for a Partnership Development Manager with a focus on account management, to join the UKs foremost learning disability charity; an organisation that works to support over 1.4million people living with a learning disability. Providing support across a huge range of issues this organisation has a large reach and undertakes work that genuinely changes the lives of its beneficiaries – as part of the dedicated team making this work possible, the corporate fundraising team at the charity is growing and has recently won some exciting new partnerships.
A key role, the Partnership Development Manager will lead on the management of one of the organisations flagship partnerships worth around £500k per annum. You will have responsibility for leading on the account management strategy for this partnership; as well as delivering on strategic, commercial, and charity of the year aims. Other responsibilities will include:
- Work to partnership financial and non-financial targets
- Develop robust account plans which identify and create objectives, and allow for clear communication
- Ensure accurate and timely reporting, both internally and externally
- Work in partnership with the new business team to ensure partnerships are on boarded successfully
- Contribute to team planning and forecasting
- Develop solid and lasting relationships with internal and external stakeholders
This is an excellent opportunity to join a charity with a growing profile and to lead on the management of an exciting partnership. If you have top level written and verbal communication skills as well as significant corporate account management experience ideally within a corporate fundraising capacity, then we’d love to hear from you.
If you’d like to be considered for this role please send your CV to email@example.com or call on 020 7939 7448 to have an initial chat about the position.
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