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Reference: 82021

Date Added: 7 January 2022
Closing Date: 17 January 2022

Job Title: Partnerships Officer

Working For: The Social Mobility Foundation

Location: London

Salary: £23,500-£28,000 per annum (plus London weighting allowance of £2,000, if appropriate)

Length of Contract: Permanent

Job Details

The Partnerships Officer is a newly created role sitting within the Employer Relations & Business Development Team. The role reports directly to the Senior Partnerships Officer.

You will work with the Senior Partnerships Officer to oversee the SMF’s corporate partnership portfolio and ensure an outstanding partnership journey for every employer we work with.

You will be responsible for ensuring all partnership activity and information is recorded and up to date and you’ll work with colleagues across our Programme Delivery team to identify opportunities to maximise our current partnerships.

You will work with the Senior Partnerships Officer and Mentoring Lead to develop the SMF volunteering offer, building on our hugely successful mentoring programme and creating rewarding new experiences for current and prospective partners.

You will also support the Employer Relations & Business Development Officers in creating new business proposals and pitches, as required.

This is a hands-on and collaborative role, and the successful candidate will have the chance to work with an exciting range of high-profile corporate partners, as well as colleagues across the entire charity.

This role would suit someone who is keen to take their first step into a corporate fundraising role, with the opportunity to develop both business development and account management skills and experience.

Closing Date: 17 January 2022

Interview/Start Dates

Closing date 17th January 2022 at 17:30

Application Details

Interested candidates should apply by sending the following information to gemma.farrell@socialmobility.org.uk or elizabeth.grace@socialmobility.org.uk 

Website: http://www.socialmobility.org.uk

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