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Corporate Partnerships Manager

Fundraising

Location

Oxfordshire , United Kingdom

Contract

Permanent

Salary

£40000

Corporate Partnerships Manager - £40,000 - £44,192 - Hybrid

Helen & Douglas House has been caring for local terminally ill children and their families since 1982.

Situated in beautiful wooded grounds, yet right in the heart of lively East Oxford, we support families from surrounding counties. We help children and their families at our hospice, at home and in hospital with respite stays, pain relief, symptom management, end-of-life care and bereavement support.

Working for us, it's not only a chance to do something great, it's also an opportunity to feel valued and inspired by our cause. Recognising and rewarding our team matters to us as it’s you who makes the difference. That is why our benefits are designed with our employees in mind.

We offer a range of benefits to help you maintain a great work-life balance, take care of your health or plan for retirement.

Working Policies & benefits

  • Flexible working: Job Shares, Part-Time and Flexible Hours available
  • Wheelchair accessible, Lifts and numerous accessible toilets.
  • Sick Leave: for every completed year of service our sick pay entitlement increases. For example, under 1 years service = 1 month full pay and 1 month half pay.
  • Maternity/ Shared Parental Leave/Adoption leave: 8 weeks at full pay, 18 weeks at half pay and SMP, followed by 13 weeks at the current SMP rate, and then 13 weeks unpaid Paternity: 2 weeks paid
  • Access to professional counselling
  • Generous pension
As the Corporate Partnerships Manager you will lead on the development of Helen & Douglas House’s corporate fundraising income by proactively developing new and existing corporate partnerships and to develop and define the new corporate fundraising strategy. Previously sat within the high value team, the Corporate Partnerships Team is now going to test the benefit of collaborating closely with the Community & Events Team to help establish important networks for the hospice that could contribute across many income streams.

Work will include a sector-based approach to cultivate relationships and build networks, agreeing partnerships that are appropriate for a medium-sized local charity. This could include: corporate donations, employee fundraising, Charity of the Year opportunities, sponsorship, gifts in kind, and cause related marketing.

The post reports to the Senior Community, Events & Corporate Manager and line manages the Corporate Fundraising Executive. As well as account managing existing partners, both local and national, this role will also lead the new business process; targeting companies across the Thames Valley and testing opportunities for larger or more strategic partnerships.

Trust Fundraising Manager

Fundraising

Location

London, United Kingdom

Contract

Permanent

Salary

£41000

Trust Fundraising Manager - £41,000 - £45,000 - Permanent Role

  • Hybrid or remote
  • Full time, part-time, job share considered
  • 7% employer pension contribution 
  • 28 days holiday plus bank holidays 
Are you looking for a new Trust Fundraising challenge? Our client is looking for an experienced Trust Fundraiser to lead the growth of income from trusts, foundations, and other grant makers to maximize capacity to meet the needs of children and young people in crisis.

You will lead the research, identification, and evaluation of new and existing opportunities from charitable trusts, foundations, and grant-making organizations and develop and maintain a rolling 12-month calendar of funding opportunities to target. Cultivate and manage long-term relationships with new and existing funding organisations, positioning Buttle UK as a preferred partner for impactful philanthropic investments. This includes their existing relationship with The National Lottery.

Buttle UK is a national children’s charity that has been helping children and young people who are in crisis to reach their potential since 1953. They do this by providing direct financial support through their Chances for Children grants and, for some children whose home environment is disruptive and chaotic, grants which allow them to go to boarding school. 


 

Corporate & Special Events Fundraising Manager

Fundraising

Location

London, United Kingdom

Contract

Permanent

Salary

£41000

Corporate and Special Events Fundraising Manager - £41,000 - £45,000 - Permanent Role

  • Hybrid (1-2 days in London office)
  • Full time, part-time, job share considered
  • 7% employer pension contribution 
  • 28 days holiday plus bank holidays 
Are you an experienced Corporate Fundraiser who loves the mix of account management and new business along with experience in Events? This exciting new role combines them both and could your next challenge! 

Buttle UK is a national children’s charity that has been helping children and young people who are in crisis to reach their potential since 1953. They do this by providing direct financial support through our Chances for Children grants and, for some children whose home environment is disruptive and chaotic, grants which allow them to go to boarding school. 

The Corporate and Special Events Manager plays a pivotal role in 
advancing our clients fundraising efforts by spearheading the development and execution of corporate partnerships and special events. This role is instrumental in cultivating relationships, securing sponsorships, and orchestrating memorable events to support the organisation’s mission and fundraising objectives.

Fundraising Projects & Proposals Officer

Fundraising

Location

Leeds , United Kingdom

Contract

Permanent

Salary

£37099

Fundraising Projects & Proposals Officer -  £37,099 - £44,263 - Permanent role

  • Full time with scope for part time from 80% FTE and flexible working 
  • Leeds based with hybrid working (2 days a week at University of Leeds campus)
  • Fantastic benefits 
Would you like to join a collaborative and passionate fundraising team to help us meet ambitious targets in a university committed to reducing inequality and shaping a better future for humanity? Can you play a leading role in developing strategic and inspirational content to support fundraising for the impactful work happening across the University?

The Fundraising Projects and Proposals Officer is a new role at The University of Leeds, responsible for developing and communicating inspirational fundraising propositions and giving opportunities, and creating persuasive bespoke proposals for potential donors, particularly for £1M+ donations.

Working closely with colleagues from across Advancement and the University, you will facilitate fundraising from some of our biggest supporters. The role sits within the Fundraising Delivery team, which is responsible for providing strategic support to the Transformational and Major Gifts Team.

Fundraising Delivery includes: donor relations, fundraising project pipeline management, and proposal development. The role will be crucial to success at a time of substantial investment and expansion in the Advancement Team. You will need outstanding written communication skills, experience in managing complex projects, and have the ability to work across the University, building relationships with academic and professional service colleagues to create compelling propositions and proposals.

Click apply for further details! 
 

Development Officer x 2 vacancies

Fundraising

Location

Leeds / Hybrid Working , United Kingdom

Contract

Permanent

Salary

£37099

Development Officer-  Salary – Grade 7 £37,099 - £44,263
(2 vacancies available)

  • Full time with scope for part time from 80% FTE and flexible working 
  • Leeds based with hybrid working (2 days a week at University of Leeds campus)
  • Fantastic benefits
Would you like to join a collaborative and passionate fundraising team which is raising funds to meet ambitious targets in a university committed to reducing inequality and shaping a better future for humanity?

Development Officers are responsible for managing a portfolio of alumni, trusts, foundations and friends of the University capable of making gifts of over £25,000. Working collaboratively with colleagues in the Advancement Team, and the wider University, you will engage prospective donors using your skills in stakeholder development to build relationships and secure significant donations in support of philanthropic priorities which are aligned with the University’s Universal Values, Global Change 2020-2030 strategy.

The role sits within a growing Transformational and Major Giving team and is crucial to success at a time of investment and expansion in the Advancement Team. In order to be successful in this role, you will have experience of fundraising, high-end sales or business development, or the transferable skills to undertake a fundraising role, and the ability to present compelling giving opportunities to potential donors.

Click apply for all the details! 

Senior Development Manager (Temporary 18 month contract)

Fundraising

Location

Leeds , United Kingdom

Contract

Permanent

Salary

£45585

Senior Development Manager-  Grade 8 £45,585 - £54,395 (Discretionary £56,021 - £59,421 for exceptional performance)

  • Full time with scope for part time from 80% FTE and flexible working 
  • Leeds based with hybrid working (2 days a week at University of Leeds campus)
  • Fantastic benefits 
Would you like to join a collaborative and passionate fundraising team which is raising funds to meet ambitious targets in a university committed to reducing inequality and shaping a better future for humanity?

The Senior Development Manager is responsible for managing a portfolio of alumni, trusts, foundations and friends of the University capable of making gifts at the six and seven figure plus level. Working collaboratively with colleagues in the Advancement Team and the wider university, you will engage prospective donors using your stakeholder development skills to build relationships and secure significant and transformational gift donations in support of philanthropic priorities which are aligned with the University’s Universal Values, Global Change 2020-2030 strategy.

You will also lead a small team of major gift fundraisers, motivating them to maximise the giving value from their own fundraising portfolios. The role sits within a growing Transformational & Major Giving team and is crucial to success at a time of investment and expansion in the Advancement Team. In order to be successful in this role, you will have a sustained track record of raising donations at 6 figures and above, capability to work with senior stakeholders across a complex organisation to craft bespoke fundraising propositions and the ability to lead and motivate a small team of major gift fundraisers.

Click apply for further details! 

Head of Fundraising

Fundraising

Location

United Kingdom

Contract

Permanent

Salary

£52963

Head of Fundraising
Salary: £52,963-£59,360 per annum
Location: Hybrid Working /Surrey
Hours: Full time or Part time considered


Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust is seeking a talented and experienced person to develop a new fundraising function within the Trust.

The trust exist to help the people and communities they serve to improve their mental and physical health and wellbeing, to live the most fulfilled and positive lives they can. They are the leading provider of mental health and social care services in Surrey and North-East Hampshire, as well as providing regional and national leadership in some specific mental health conditions.

The primary purpose of this new role is to build a successful fundraising function to deliver results over the short, medium and long-term. The successful applicant will lead the introduction of fundraising, working to develop the tools and language to make it successful, as well as starting to drive the internal cultural change and understanding of Surrey and Borders as a charitable cause.

They will set the strategic direction, develop the strategy, and be responsible for its implementation.. It is their ambition that in time, the postholder will also be lead grant-making, and in the medium term establish an independent NHS Charity. The role is about supporting fundraising for strategic priorities of the Trust, both capital and revenue, whilst also growing unrestricted sources of income to support staff and service users.

Please click apply for further details.

Development Manager, New Opportunities (Europe)

Other Area(s)

Location

Netherlands

Contract

Permanent

Salary

£60000

Development Manager, New Opportunities (Europe)
Based in Amsterdam/Brussels
€60,656
20 month contract.


This fantastic new opportunity has arisen to work at the inspirational charity, Global Witness.

The Development Manager has an exciting opportunity to be an essential part of the growth of our ambitious high value fundraising strategy (Trusts, Foundations, high net worth individuals) in Europe.

This role will increase income through effective identification and cultivation of major gifts prospects, to deliver on our ambitious fundraising targets and work to raise Global Witness' profile and brand awareness across Europe.

Global Events and Experiential Manager

Other Area(s)

Location

United Kingdom

Contract

Permanent

Salary

£51351

Global Witness is growing…and we’re looking for a Global Events and Experiential Manager.

This role is a 20-month fixed term contract.

To manage and grow Global Witness' events programme and increase our international profile among priority audiences. This role will help deliver events globally, ranging from fundraising events through to panels and installations at major convenings like COP and New York Climate Week, as well as supporting experiential brand and campaigning activity.

Ideally you'll have proven experience in end-to-end global events management, proven experience of remote event management and logistics and managing multi-lingual and inclusive events. 

Project Manager (Transition Minerals Campaign)

Other Area(s)

Location

United Kingdom

Contract

Permanent

Salary

£51351

Global Witness is growing…and we’re looking for a Project Manager (Transition Minerals Campaign)

This role is a 20-month fixed term contract.

In responding to the climate emergency, the world must move from fossil fuels to renewable energy rapidly and equitably. Transition minerals are in the spotlight because the energy transition is projected to require unprecedented mineral extraction, putting both the environment and those who seek to protect it at risk.

We are looking for an ambitious and high collaborative Project Manager to join our team to bring a wealth of diverse project management experience and to ensure monitoring and evaluation practices are embedded.

Click apply for all the details! 

Senior Campaigner - Fossil Fuels

Other Area(s)

Location

United Kingdom

Contract

Permanent

Salary

£52494

Global Witness is growing…and we’re looking for a Senior Campaigner (Fossil Fuels)

This role is a 20-month fixed term contract.

The Global Witness Fossil Fuels Campaign aims to dismantle the power of the fossil fuel industry. Oil & gas firms have spent billions on lobbying and PR that has persuaded politicians and the public that fossil fuels are the backbone of the functioning modern world but we're here to change that.

We are seeking an outstanding campaigner/lobbyist to join our team to use a combination of storytelling, advocacy and campaigning tactics to try to break the fossil fuel industry's stranglehold over politics and public opinion.

We are looking for an excellent strategist, communicator and persuader.

Click apply for all the details! 

Senior Communications Advisor

Other Area(s)

Location

United Kingdom

Contract

Permanent

Salary

£51351

Global Witness is growing…and we’re looking for a Senior Communications Advisor - Fossil Fuels to help us shift the balance of power from polluters profiting most from the climate emergency to the people most adversely affected.  

This role is a 20-month fixed term contract.

This role will work closely with the Head of Strategic Comms and Fossil Fuels Campaign Strategy leads to help lead the communications of Global Witness' work on fossil fuels. 

This role is integral to driving a strong sense of news and public engagement from the campaign, and will lead on relationships with journalists, and on the team's digital communications strategies.

Click apply for all the details! 

Trusts and Grants Fundraising Manager

Fundraising

Location

Woking, United Kingdom

Contract

Permanent

Salary

£40000

Woking & Sam Beare Hospice and Wellbeing Care is a patient-centred charity that delivers palliative and end of life care to people with life-limiting illnesses who live in North West Surrey.

Our client is looking for an experienced trusts fundraiser with a proven track record of reaching ambitious targets. This is an opportunity to join a dynamic and successful Fundraising Department and make a difference to the lives of local families across Northwest Surrey.

You will be responsible for supporting clinical colleagues in identifying, developing, and implementing plans for maximising income in relation to Grants and Trusts programmes and the role also oversees the stewarding of all Trust and Foundations.

Contract:    Permanent

Annual Leave: 25 days rising to 27 days after 2 years’ service, rising to 28 days after 5 years’ service.

Hours:    Minimum of 30 hours per week and up to 37.5 hours per week

Location:    Hybrid / minimum 2 days per week in the office

Salary:    Circa £40,000 per annum 

Free Parking: Free parking is available.

Employee Assistance Programme (EAP): through a company called MetLife who also provide our ‘Death in Service’ benefit. This is a benefit that can be accessed by all of our substantive employees.

Discounted Complementary Therapies: Our Wellbeing Team offer discounted therapies to all members of staff including massages and reflexology and Staff Wellbeing Days.

Blue Light Discount Card: Staff can apply for a Blue Light card that offers discounts across 15,000 retailers.

On Site Café

With the chance to really make your mark, you will engage and cultivate Trust & Foundations and organisations; providing the highest level of stewardship, ensuring existing supporters feel valued and effective and inspire them to make further gifts to the charity. You will lead on the management and growth of the Trusts and Grants programme.
 

Head of Corporate Partnerships

Fundraising

Location

United Kingdom

Contract

Permanent

Salary

£46500

Sadler’s Wells is a world-leading creative organisation, dedicated to presenting, producing and touring dance made today in all its forms. Sadler’s Wells commissions, presents and produces more dance than any other theatre in the world – from tango to hip hop, ballet to flamenco, Bollywood to cutting-edge contemporary dance. With an innovative, year-round programme of performances and learning activities, this is the place where artists come together to create dance, and where we welcome everyone to experience dance and be inspired.

The Development Department currently raises £3.5 million a year in private support from patrons and major donors, corporate sponsors and trusts and foundations. We are building on this success and have ambitious targets in the years ahead and we have nearly achieved our £12 million by 2023 Campaign target.

The Role The Head of Corporate Partnerships leads Sadler’s Wells’ income-generating activities and corporate relationships, managing a key account within a portfolio of major companies. This involves building strategic relationships from transformational sponsorships to corporate memberships, facilitating collaborations, international presentations, and local community programs.

The Head of Corporate Partnerships will devise innovative and creative propositions that offer high-quality engagement for partners and generate value for Sadler’s Wells. The post will work closely alongside Sadler’s Wells’ Artistic Director, Co-CEOs, Board and Development Council. It reports to the Director of Development and line manages the Corporate Partnerships and Events Coordinator. The Head of Corporate Partnerships will lead on building strategy for growth around the launch of Sadler’s Wells’ fourth venue, Sadler’s Wells East, in 2024, and the inaugural corporate events in that new space. They will seize on exciting opportunities for partnerships around the grand opening of the historic new venue, and naming opportunities.

Head of Corporate Fundraising (Maternity Cover)

Fundraising

Location

Remote , United Kingdom

Contract

Permanent

Salary

£45000

HEAD OF CORPORATE PARTNERSHIPS - £45k

  • (12 Month maternity cover contract)
  • 4 days a week
  • Remotely based with one day a month travel

Are you passionate about wild animals with significant experience of developing, securing and growing corporate or commercial partnerships in a fundraising team?

Do you want to join a world-class team of experts fighting to protect wildlife and biodiversity?

You will have a demonstrable track record of continual achievement managing and developing relationships with companies and senior stakeholders and be confident in creating inspiring and compelling proposals tailored to their interests and our charity’s needs.

With the ability to listen carefully and intuitively to shape opportunities for businesses to partner and proven experience of income growth, you’ll help us significantly grow our corporate income and charity impact.

We are recruiting for a self-motivated, proactive, and experienced Head of Corporate Partnerships. With support as needed from the Director of Fundraising and wider Executive Management Team, this role will be responsible for maintaining and growing the value of existing corporate partnerships and actively seeking and converting prospects into new corporate partners.

This fantastic opportunity would suit an individual with a proven track record of achieving ambitious income targets and winning new corporate partnerships. We are looking for an individual currently working in a similar role/level or a Corporate Partnerships Manager looking to step up.

Chief Executive Officer

CEO

Location

United Kingdom

Contract

Permanent

Salary

£85000

Location: Hybrid working (London-centric), expecting 1-2 days in London.
Hours: Flexible hours available
Salary: £80-85k


We are honoured to be working alongside WeSeeHope to find their new CEO. 

WeSeeHope are an established organisation with a strong entrepreneurial foundation and outlook that permeates everything they do. The charity create sustainable change for vulnerable and disadvantaged children living in rural and isolated areas of East Africa through community led economic empowerment, child-rights and education programmes.

Developed and delivered in partnership with a network of local NGOs and community-based organisations, these programmes teach children skills to change their own futures and ensure that their families and communities are able to support them along the way.

The current CEO, Mark Glen, is stepping down after 18 years at the helm, leaving a legacy of high-impact sustainable programmes and loyal long-term supporters.

Since the charity were founded in 2000, they have impacted the lives of over 700,000 children and raised over £27m to support their transformational work with them, averaging between £1.2m - £1.5m annually in recent years. With strong reserves, the charity are well positioned for growth and continued investment in their strategic goals.

The new CEO will be joining at an exciting point in WeSeeHope's history as they look to continue to grow the organisation and develop their vision and mission.  As we kick-start this New Year, we are looking for an engaging, inspirational and motivating leader, with the agility to adapt to the ever-changing landscape of the non-profit world and to take WeSeeHope’s transformational work forward.

We welcome candidates with experience in the charitable or business sector and beyond. You will have the full support of a passionate and committed Chair, an excellent board and a highly effective team, who are all looking for our next leader to work with them to build on WeSeeHope’s many successes.

We hope you are inspired to take on this new opportunity.

High Value Partnerships Fundraising Manager (Maternity cover)

Fundraising

Location

United Kingdom

Contract

Permanent

Salary

£40000

We are honoured to be supporting a beautiful charity who are local to us, Woking & Sam Beare Hospice and Wellbeing Care.

Their lovely High Value Partnerships Manager is going on Maternity Leave in the New Year and we are looking for a special fundraiser to look after their role over a 14 month period. If you love building relationships with individuals & corporate partners, are able to spot opportunities & like creating impact, this could be a wonderful opportunity for you to join this much loved hospice.

You will be a dynamic and demonstrably successful Corporate and Major Gifts Fundraiser ready to meet the needs of the Organisation and adapt to changes where necessary with positivity and leadership. You will lead on the development of income from Commercial Participator and Sponsorship Agreements, Charity of the Year, payroll giving and Strategic Corporate Partnerships. You will also drive our Major gifts activity, working closely where required with our CEO, Trustees and Director of Fundraising to establish relationships through our existing network and to ensure you can extend this to new supporters who have the propensity to make significant gifts.

Click apply and we will send you the job description and send you the job pack.