Corporate New Business Development Manager
Type: Permanent - Full Time
Hours: 37.5 hours per week
Salary: Band 6 (£26,565 - £35,577) per year depending on experience
Closing Date: 05 May 2017
The development of our corporate fundraising function is a key part of our income growth strategy. We are looking for a confident and talented corporate fundraiser to seek out new business which will deliver significant incremental income from corporate partnerships. This is a new role within our fundraising team and a great opportunity to make an impact in an extraordinary children’s hospice charity based in Oxford.
The role is responsible for identifying, prospecting and growing corporate relationships. You will ensure that each relationship is developed to maximise its full potential and you will represent the organisation to corporate supporters. In addition, you will produce partnership proposals and sponsorship offerings. Ideally you will have gained some experience of working within a corporate fundraising role but candidates who have developed corporate relationships in the commercial sector and have a proven track record in partnership acquisition would also be of interest.
You will have:
We do extraordinary work here at Helen & Douglas House. If you would love to be part of that and can share that passion with others then we would love to hear from you.
For further details please see the job description and if you have any questions about the role please email email@example.com or call the Human Resources team on 01865 794749.
Closing date for applications is 5th May 2017. Interviews will be held on 16th May 2017 in Oxford.
Please complete the application process through Helen & Douglas House website only. Unfortunately we cannot accept any CV's by email or via other websites/job boards.
HDH provides symptom management, end-of-life care, respite, emotional and bereavement support across central southern England. We are dedicated to the care and support of babies, children, teenagers and young adults and their families. We provide in-house care at our purpose-built facilities in Oxford, 24/7 and we support people in their own homes, their local community, and in hospitals. We do this through our expert team of staff and volunteers, working closely with each individual, their family, and the wider team of professionals around them.