One of the UK's leading health charities is targeting a large increase in income so they can expand the work they do and in order to achieve this they are looking for a driven Business Development professional to join the team.
Purpose: To inspire and secure new support; identifying, approaching and securing long term high value financial and non-financial partnerships with companies. They are now developing a new strategy for doubling income from voluntary fundraising. This new strategy will focus on long term partnerships and sustained support from key stakeholders.
Role: To work alongside the Business Development Director to successfully implement the corporate partnerships team strategy. Secure individual target of £250,000 and contribute to Business Development Team target of £750,000. Maximise on income, developing meaningfully, effective and creative partnerships.
Experience of making successful networking approaches to secure new supporters/clients
Experience of making presentations to secure new business, either as an individual or part of a team
Experience of corporate fundraising or similar in the commercial sector
Experience of successfully securing high value partnerships
Understanding of Corporate Fundraising for a charitable organisation
Our aim is to respond to all successful applications within 5 days. If you havent been contacted within 5 days your application has been unsuccessful and your details will not be held further but we positively encourage you to apply for any other positions that you may see in the future.
We apologise that we cannot contact everybody in person but thank you in advance for your interest.
Third Solutions encourages applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Third Solutions acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003.