Permanent contract
Corporate Partnerships Manager
Ref: V230
Salary range: £39,510 to £42,174 (inc ILW)
Hours/Days per week: 35/5
Location: London
Closing date: 5pm, 25 February 2019
Interview date and Location: 28/2/19 or 1/3/19 – London

Job Description – Corporate Partnerships Manager – V230

Recruitment Monitoring Form – V230

Purpose of the role:

The purpose of the role is to work as part of the Income Generation team to secure new income for Volunteering Matters.

You will be the lead for corporate income and will have opportunities to lead on corporate fundraising campaigns and brand partnerships. You will be an experienced and persuasive fundraising professional, who understands shared value and Corporate Social Responsibility, and is effective in a corporate environment. You will make and manage ambitious long term relationships with businesses, including through prospect research, outreach and negotiation.

You’ll be someone that accepts that part of the role will require graft, tenacity, and a readiness to pick up the phone to a list of prospects – but once you spark some interest you’ll be able to harness effective story-telling to present emotive narratives to brands and corporates that share Volunteering Matters’ vision of harnessing the power of volunteering for community benefit.

To achieve this you will naturally enjoy working with others and developing relationships. You will be experienced in working collaboratively with others in the organisation to get best results. Your attention to detail will ensure the highest professional standards at all time, you recognise the ambassadorial element of this role is essential to success. You will be diplomatic, resilient and mindful of the complexities of charity fundraising.

In return for your commitment we offer 25 days holiday per year (FTE) plus discretionary festive leave + public holidays. We also offer a 3% employer pension contribution, flexible working opportunities and enhanced employee benefits.

Your supporting statement is of equal importance to us as your CV and is a key part of our shortlisting process. It is an opportunity for you to outline your experience and credentials directly to the details of the post.

To apply, please send your CV, supporting statement & recruitment monitoring form to Andrew Balfour,

Volunteering Matters is committed to the provision of equal opportunities in employment and accordingly wishes to ensure that no job applicant is treated less favourably on unjustifiable grounds. To assist in the monitoring of our performance in relation to equal opportunities you are requested to complete the enclosed monitoring form. The questionnaire is for statistical purposes only. Upon receipt it will be separated from your CV and cover letter and will not form part of the selection process.

Please note: Due to the volume of applications we receive if we have not contacted you by the interview date it means that on this occasion we are unable to take your application further.