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Partnerships Executive

Location: Remote or Hybrid (Brighton/ Sussex)

This role will require travel in and around Sussex and other areas across the UK, and occasionally work some weekends and evenings.

Salary: £27,803 (pro-rata) plus statutory pension contributions

Hours: Part-time – 3 days

Contract: Start asap – 1 year contract with intention of making permanent

Reports to: Head of Fundraising

Who we are:

Grassroots Suicide Prevention (GSP) is a national charity committed to the timely intervention and prevention of suicide. We work to empower people to help saves lives through connecting, educating, and campaigning nationally.  Our vision is a future where more lives are saved from suicide.

About the role:

We are looking for a driven, dynamic person who thrives on influencing people at all levels. Your main duties will include:

  • Account manage newly established and existing corporate relationships.
  • Meet and exceed agreed income targets for corporate supporters of Grassroots Suicide Prevention.
  • Identify potential new opportunities to grow current partnerships.
  • Organise events and create new products to attract new and past supporters.
  • Represent Grassroots Suicide Prevention at external corporate functions.
  • Attend networking events.

Supporting documents:

Partnerships Executive Job Description (PDF)

Applications:

Please send your CV and a covering letter giving examples of how your skills and experience fit the role, with examples of impact and success. Send to ben@prevent-suicide.org.uk  Please note that we are looking for a start asap, so the selection process begins immediately and will close when we fill the post.

GSP is in a period of transition and development and the post holder should be aware that their Job Description may evolve to meet the future needs of the Charity.

 

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