Corporate Partnerships Executive
Charity People is pleased to have partnered with Refuge in their search for a Corporate Partnerships Executive. This role will focus on the account management and stewardship of a range of partnerships: leading on national partnerships worth £25k + and supporting other members of the team with larger, complex strategic and commercial partnerships
Refuge support thousands of women and children through their accommodation and services plus thousands more through the National Domestic Abuse Helpline. They support survivors to access safety and rebuild their lives. This year, the passing of the Domestic Abuse Act marks a milestone in years of campaigning by Refuge and the wider sector, and they won Campaigning Team of the Year at the recent Charity Times Awards
Culture & Benefits
- 9-month secondment
- Salary £27,033 plus 28 days holiday, 6% pension
- High impact, successful and growing team
- Office based (London) but with flexibility for some hybrid / home working
About the role
In this exciting role you will join an ambitious and high performing team and personally manage a portfolio of large partnerships to raise a minimum level £25k/year per partner.
You will be responsible for cultivating the partnerships and gaining financial support via cause related marketing, employment and customer engagement, and negotiating renewal of contracts to create multi-year partnerships
To support the team you will also manage employee engagement activities for larger-scale six-figure partnerships.
We are looking for an experienced Account Manager with a track record of managing five-figure commercial partnerships and raising funds from a range of corporate fundraising activities.
As an experienced relationship manager, you will have strong communication skills with initiative that inspires confidence with colleagues and partners.
You will be a good writer, able to write engaging content for a wide range of audiences. You will enjoy account management and cultivating long term partnerships.
To apply please send your CV and a covering letter to Sharon Cooper firstname.lastname@example.org. We encourage you to apply as soon as possible as interviews are happening on a rolling basis.
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