Senior Corporate Partnerships Manager (new partnerships focus)


Joining a £1.5m team of seven, the Senior Partnerships Manager will work on developing brand new strategic partnerships to support the DofE’s corporate programme.

Currently the portfolio includes a range of five- and six-figure donors, many utilising the innovative DofE business product.

There is a huge amount of potential to grow and develop the portfolio, with an established prospect list already in place

About the role

  • Create new strategic and commercial relationships with prospective partners
  • Develop the prospect pipeline continually, working with existing leads but also prospecting new ones
  • Utilise the excellent stewardship tools on offer at the DofE to forge warm relationships leading to lucrative corporate partnerships
  • Work with the Senior New Business Lead to develop a new and exciting array of products and propositions

About you

  • Exceptional relationship building, negotiation and pitching skills
  • An extensive background in corporate partnerships new business in the charity sector or transferable experience
  • A creative, lateral thinker, able to deliver unique propositions to new prospects

Timeline and apply

Deadline: 15 August

First interviews: 25 August (half hour on Teams)

Second interviews: 30 August (in person including task)

Please get in touch with Emily Birch at QuarterFive Recruitment for a full briefing.

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