Job: Partnerships Coordinator

About the Role

We’re recruiting for a new Partnerships Coordinator to join our team in London!

Contract: Full time (probationary period of 6 months).

Working Hours: 37.5 hours a week – flexible hours around general 9:00-17:30.

Location: London

Start date: As soon as possible. 

Salary: £23,500 per annum 

Application deadline: Wednesday 17 August 10:00 am.

We are looking for a highly organised and committed individual who can take responsibility for our programme of Work Experience Visits (WEVs), which give young people exciting, horizon-expanding experiences with our company and other partners.

The Partnerships Coordinator will be part of a supportive Fundraising & Partnerships Team, reporting to the Senior Partnerships Officer but working very closely with colleagues from teams across both our London and Manchester offices.

As well as the coordination and management of our Workplace Experience Visit programme (WEVs), the Partnerships Coordinator will hold responsibility for prospecting and applying to a portfolio of smaller Trust & Foundation funders, as well as supporting the team with a variety of tasks associated with Community and Corporate fundraising. 

Finally, they will provide ad hoc support to our Volunteer Team as they recruit, train and retain volunteer mentors across our different programmes.

For the full job description, person specification and background information, please download our information pack.

How to apply

Stage 1 – Submit your cover letter and CV

To apply, please send your CV and a supporting statement, addressing each point of the person specification, clearly describing how your skills and experience make you suitable for this role and providing evidence for each point.​

Please sent both documents to Chady Sabeti, In the subject line, quote PC-2022-LDN.

Stage 2 – Interviews, First Round

We will hold our first round of interviews in person throughout the day on Tuesday 23rd August. The interview will be a mix of tasks as well as behaviour-based interview questions. The interviews will last 1 hour 30 minutes

Stage 3 – Interview, Second Round

Successful candidates will then be invited to a second shorter interview. The second round of interviews will be on Monday 5th and Tuesday 6th September.

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