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Corporate Partnerships Manager



Oxfordshire , United Kingdom





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.