£37224.00 - £38100.00 per annum + Flexible working
7 months ago
We are excited to be working with a remarkable, dedicated and effective Health and Community Charity, searching for a Partnership and Development Manager to take the lead on the development of new business through tenders for health contracts and building opportunities for access to property.
Job Title: Partnership and Development Manager
Organisation: Health and Community Charity
Salary: £37,224 per year rising to £38,100 per year after successful completion on 9 month probation and 12 months continuous service
Location: Central London
Required: CV and Cover Letter
Closing Date: Monday 9th December
This impressive institution works to address issues that affect the people they work with; which include victims of modern slavery, women and children who have experienced domestic abuse, young care leavers and older people. They are supported by over 600 volunteers across London, who provide specialist skills such as art therapy, yoga, IT, gardening and cooking, as well as befriending and fundraising, to support people in a time of crisis to help them look to the future and effectively build a better life.
As a senior member of the Business Development Team, you will aid the organisation in exploring opportunities for growth, developing existing services, and strategically building and managing relationships with new and existing partners. You will lead on high quality bid writing and applications in line with organisational requirements; ensuring deadlines and reporting requirements and strategic objectives are met. You will be tasked with taking part in the preparation of tender presentations and attending meetings with Commissioners at tender briefings and strategic and partnership fora as required.
This role will focus primarily on engaging national health service colleagues and housing partners, we are therefore looking for applicants with experience in building relationships to secure new income routes and of driving strong income growth through partnership working. You will have an understanding of procurement practices and a strong track record of developing new business from inception to delivery using a collaborative approach. Previous experience of driving strong income growth via different channels and experience working with, or within housing associations or the housing sector is highly desirable.
This role offers training opportunities, as well as benefits such as TOIL, eye care vouchers, holiday trading, season ticket loans and organisational grants and discounts to high street stores.
If you would like to apply or find out more, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org today!