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Partnerships Officer
Job type: Permanent
Job hours: Minimum 3 days a week
Job pay: £25,000-£28,000 (+ £2k London weighting)
A fantastic opportunity for individuals with interest in bringing people together to join our team as a Partnerships Officer.

As a Partnerships Officer (PO) you will be responsible for providing support across our national partnership team. This team is responsible for developing and engaging our corporate, trust, school and individual supporters, helping Envision to grow with impact. This role will have a particular focus on the development of corporate partnerships which provide mentor teams to support our young people’s development and funding to support our own sustainability.  

Working closely with the Director of People and Partnerships, Regional Managers, the Senior Partnerships Manager and another Partnerships Officer, you will provide research, administration, and business development across the wider team. 

Key Responsibilities:

  1. Assist the Partnerships Team in meeting income targets from diverse donor sources. 
  2. Research and grow potential supporters across various donor types. 
  3. Manage partnership records and serve as the primary contact for inquiries. 
  4. Provide administrative support to the wider team. 
  5. Uphold Envision’s values and be a role model for young people and volunteers.
  6. Ensure that all activity is delivered in line with Envision policies and procedures.

Essential Experience, Knowledge and Competencies:

  • Experience of project management – highly organised, with the ability to manage your own time to meet deadlines 
  • Experience of working collaboratively with internal and external colleagues, partners and stakeholders – communicating effectively through written and verbal communication  
  • Experience of working within a fundraising capacity or generating new business – including desk research and self-generating new leads 
  • Commitment to Envision’s vision, mission and values and ability to work well in, and contribute to, our organisational culture

Desirable Experience, Knowledge and Competencies:

  • Understanding of, and/ or lived experience of, the barriers that young people face, that contribute to the education and employment gap

Envision seeks to ensure we achieve diversity in our workforce and that all applicants and employees receive equal and fair treatment, regardless of age, race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, disability or nationality.

Please note, we are unable to support visa applications and therefore applicants must have the right to work in the UK.

We encourage applications with lived experience to apply as they are currently under- represented in our organisation. Envision graduates will be guaranteed a first round interview.

To apply you must please read the application pack and apply online.

Deadline - Midnight Wednesday 10 April

Please note:

- We will only be contacting candidates who have been shortlisted for interview. Therefore, if we do not contact you, please assume you have been unsuccessful.

- We also regret to inform you that, due to the high volume of applications we receive, we will be unable to provide you with feedback regarding your application.

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