Corporate Partnership Officer


  • Salary: £30000 - £34000 - 4 or 5 days
  • Location: London with flexibility for remote working
  • Closing: 11:59pm, 26th Sep 2021 BST

Job Description

Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities:

 ·         Be the first point of contact and lead on the day-to-day account management of key corporate partnerships, particularly our multi-year relationship with Royal London (75%)

·         Leading on devising and implementing successful fundraising activities with partners, ensuring all financial targets are achieved and where possible surpassed

·         Alongside colleagues, help co-ordinate various streams of stakeholder engagement activity including; product related donations, sponsorship, volunteering/pro bono support, project activity.

·         Work alongside colleagues to embed and support their objectives and activities within partnership workstreams with businesses

·         Work with Turn2us service users to understand and integrate new relevant initiatives within our partnerships

·         Build professional relationships that can be stewarded towards personal support for Turn2us

·         Support the Corporate Partnerships Manager to provide the highest standards of relationship management to our existing corporate partners

·         Account manage delivery of Turn2us’s charged-for digital services (e.g. Benefits Calculator, Grant Search tool)

·         Ensure all information and income relating to our partners is recorded on appropriate systems in an accurate, compliant and timely manner

·         Support the creation and presentation of detailed insight, impact and funding reports to partners

·         Commit to external networking with relevant businesses and sector networking with peers

·         Maintain compliance and adherence with all processes to ensure good governance

·         Support with the development of plans to grow and retain corporate partnerships to build a diverse and sustainable portfolio of partners

·         Maintain oversight of key trends within the corporate partnership and funding landscape

General Responsibilities

·         Undertake any other duties commensurate with the level of the role

·         Model the charity’s values and abide by our policies and practices

·         Embrace diversity and share in our commitment to equality of opportunity and to eliminating discrimination

·         Contribute to our fundraising effort by embracing opportunities to promote fundraising and to support the fundraising team

·         Contribute to and support other departmental work as appropriate

·         Share in our commitment to safeguarding adults at risk of harm

·         Use the charity’s resources efficiently and effectively to ensure that our financial resources are demonstrably used for the benefit of our service users

·         Comply with the Fundraising Code of Practise

·         Ensure that information is obtained, used and stored in accordance with our Data Protection and Confidentiality policy

Person Specification

Knowledge & skills:    

·         Excellent written and verbal communication

·         Ability to create and maintain strong working relationships and virtual teams

·         Proactive organisational and planning skills.

·         Strong data and information skills.IT literate including Outlook, Word, Excel, Microsoft Project and PowerPoint

·         Strong influencer with the ability to see opportunities and build relationships based on high trust and professionalism


·         Experience working on multi faceted corporate partnerships and a track record of relationship management and cultivation

·         Strong, demonstrable understanding of fundraising techniques in a corporate environment

·         Experience of implementing and driving creative engagement campaigns

·         Strong understanding of the charity sector, preferably through prior experience.

·         Proven experience of project or account management


·         An understanding of financial hardship and the issues facing ‘customers in vulnerable circumstances’ and the role of business to support

·         An appreciation and interest in impact measurement and its application

·         Understanding of commercial corporate partnerships including sponsorship, links to products and licensing

·         Appreciation of the opportunity for co-production and integrating ‘lived experience’ with service users and customers to shape good service design and affect change.

·         Experience of delivering workshops

 Personal Attributes:    

·         Confident, with the ability to work closely with partners in a corporate environment

·         Excellent communicator, equally comfortable with engaging people at an emotional level with the charity’s purpose and values as with articulating data and impact

·         A good implementer with a keen eye for detail

·         A consummate team player, able to build and maintain high quality relationships with colleagues, volunteers, partners and people we exist to support.

·         Personal values that reflect those of Turn2us –Compassionate, Open, Collaborative, Innovative, Driven



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Removing bias from the hiring process

  • Your application will be anonymously reviewed by our hiring team to ensure fairness
  • You’ll need a CV/résumé, but it’ll only be considered if you score well on the anonymous review

Start your de-biased application