up to £55,000 dependent on experience
Lead a team of three with responsibility for corporate partnerships and commercial opportunities for the Design Museum.
This role leads a team of three (two managers and one executive) with responsibility for corporate partnerships and commercial opportunities for The Design Museum. The Design Museum has a significant and varied portfolio of existing partners (including Apple, Jaguar Land Rover, Netflix, IKEA etc) with a broad range of activities which offer mutually beneficial partnership opportunities. This can range from £25k partners receiving access to events space and private exhibitions to six/seven-figure co-creation opportunities and exhibitions.
We are looking for an experienced partnerships professional who has a broad range of expertise which may include: corporate donations, membership, sponsorship, commercial partnerships or sales. As a core member of the team you will act as part of senior management for the development team, identifying opportunities for cross team collaboration across high value income streams and leading the corporate development strategy. The role requires a proactive and creative leader, able to consider the bigger picture of opportunities available to The Design Museum and develop a pipeline of funding prospects.
Corporate development will play a significant and exciting role in our plans to increase income across the wider development team this year, with some fantastic conversations and potential partnerships already underway.
For more information or to start your application process, please get in touch with Naomi Carruthers at QuarterFive Fundraising Recruitment.
This can be done via the form below, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 07538 576637.
The closing date for applications (CV and cover letter) is Monday 28 March, with interviews to take place w/c 4 April.
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