Date Added: 16 January 2020
: 14 February 2020
Job Title: Partnerships Manager
Working For: The Spectator
The Spectator is the most influential political magazine in Britain, and the longest continuously published weekly magazine in the world. Our events programme is among the most prestigious in Westminster, hosting over 50 events during the political calendar including two of its staple events – The Spectator’s Summer Party as well as The Parliamentarian of the Year Awards.
As our portfolio of events and podcasts continues to grow, we have an exciting opportunity for a talented and ambitious individual to join our partnerships team as a Partnership Manager. Your role will be to develop long term relationships with public affairs and corporate affairs clients seeking to partner with The Spectator, and to market its public and private platform as the best and most diverse thought leadership opportunities in Westminster.
We are recruiting for a Partnerships Manager with experience of Westminster, who is looking to grow an excellent network of political contacts and work at one of the most exciting media titles.
You will have prior experience in a sales or business development role, existing contacts and clients in some regard, and demonstrate an entrepreneurial spirit. Alternatively, you may have a political, public affairs or think tank background and are looking for an opportunity to move into a commercially focused role, that is highly visible in Westminster and working closely with our editorial team. The role will offer the opportunity to attend the political party conferences each Autumn.
The Spectator is a small company, with a huge impact. If you think you have what it takes to help The Spectator grow – please apply.
Closing Date: 14 February 2020
The deadline for applications is Friday 14 February, and if you haven’t heard from us by Friday 28 February, please assume that on this occasion you haven’t been selected for an interview.
To apply: Please email a current CV to email@example.com, together with some thoughts on what you could bring to the role. Please also include your current salary and, if applicable, your notice period.