Corporate Partnerships Manager

at FRANK Water

£28k pro-rata + pension
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FRANK Water is a Bristol-based social enterprise and international development charity with a vision of safe water for all.

We have an exciting opportunity for a part-time (21 hpw) corporate partnerships manager to join our team.

Working directly with, and reporting to, the fundraising manager and the CEO, you will work within a small fundraising team. You will manage a portfolio of corporate partners from a diverse range of sectors, from start-ups to global brands, all committed to supporting FRANK Water’s cause through the Rainmaker Club.

You will be responsible for developing, growing and managing a large and diverse portfolio of corporate partners, with a significant weighting towards the generation of new leads and new relationships at the strategic level. You will be motivated by reaching targets and pitching for significant donations to support our growth and achieve our charitable objectives. You will be experienced in new business development, including lead generation and securing income.

You will also have experience in event management, with a passion for bringing supporters together to share stories, connect and increase fundraising potential.

You will be self-motivated, tenacious and driven, with a can-do attitude, a gift for quickly building and maintaining strong working relationships with external stakeholders and someone who can hit the ground running.

If this sounds like you, and you have a passion for SDG 6 or international development, we'd love to hear from you! Please see the full person specification on our website.

To apply please send your CV and a covering letter, describing how you meet the person specification and why you are the right applicant for this job by 10 am on Friday 21st September. Interviews will be in central Bristol on Tuesday 25th or Wednesday 26th.

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Posted in Jobs by Katie on September 10th, 2018.
Applications close on September 21st, 2018.