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Corporate Partnerships Fundraiser

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Corporate Partnerships Fundraiser

  • Location:

    Merseyside, England

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  • Salary:

    £33000 - £35000 per annum

  • Contact:

    Amelia Lee

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  • Published:

    8 months ago

  • Duration:

    After notice

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  • Start Date:

    After notice

Offering flexible working and the chance to be part of a melting pot of the North West's best fundraising talent, we're looking for a new business specialist to lead on Corporate Partnerships fundraising.

Working for a big regional brand name, you'll develop a brand-new, strategic corporate engagement plan that will include innovative and creative partnership opportunities at five and six figure level.

The charity has heavily invested in its fundraising team and has ambitious growth plans with huge potential to develop the corporate income stream. You'll focus on developing a new corporate strategy targeting companies with greater capacity to become meaningful partners.

There is space for personal and professional growth and development in this role, backed by support and investment from the charity. We're looking for someone with the skills and experience to grasp the scale of this opportunity and run with it. You'll get a buzz from bagging new business and have the ambition and autonomy to lead, grow and nurture your income stream.

With significant investment to create a flexible and agile working culture, you'll find life and family-friendly working policies in place. You'll be out and about regularly across the North West managing your own diary with ability to work from home too.

Please send a copy of your CV for lots more detail. Our North West consultant, Amelia Lee, is looking after this one:

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