We are looking for a highly proactive, ambitious and experienced individual to be responsible for leading an international animal charitys new corporate fundraising strategy, developing new transformational corporate partnerships and maximising income from current partners. Youll really get to put your stamp on things and work closely with the charitys CEO, the senior leadership team and an impressive board of international trustees.
An international animal welfare charity working to improve the lives of working animals and the people who depend on them. The charity reaches over 2 million working animals across Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East and the charitys staff include vets, animal welfare experts and advocacy and development specialists. The charitys aim is to equip local people with the knowledge and skills to give their animals better life.
We are looking for a highly proactive, ambitious and experienced individual, who can create five and six figure partnerships with UK and international corporates. The role will be responsible for leading the new corporate fundraising strategy and meeting agreed targets. The role requires someone with a good understanding of transformational corporate partnerships, excellent proposal writing, and relationship management skills coupled with experience of approaching and building strategic partnerships from scratch. Joining a growing and successful fundraising team you will really get to put your stamp on things and work closely with the charitys CEO, the senior leadership team and an impressive board of international trustees.
Responsible for implementing and managing the charitys new corporate strategy designed to grow income from new corporate partners and provide excellent donor care and management.
Secure new corporate relationships including strategic partnerships, commercial and brand partnerships, charity of the year, sponsorship and corporate grants and foundations.
Focus on building momentum through the sales cycle, from researching, identifying and approaching new prospects through to fact-find meetings, tailored proposals, negotiating and closing.
Build and manage a robust pipeline to secure new mutually beneficial, multi- year partnerships that meet financial and non-financial targets and support Brookes fundraising vision and priority areas
Track, analyse and report on fundraising results and measure, manage and report performance against set KPls.
The role requires someone with strong business development, proposal writing, and relationship management skills coupled with experience of approaching and building strategic fundraising partnerships from scratch. With a strong understanding of the Corporate Social Responsibility agenda and IOF guidelines, the role requires someone who can work autonomously and has experience utilising senior stakeholders, both internal and external, to build long-term effective fundraising partnerships.
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.