Would you like to work for an organisation that believes prevention is fundamental to effectively addressing the mental health crisis?
If so, the Mental Health Foundation is recruiting for Head of Corporate Partnerships reporting to the Director of Fundraising and communications to support our Corporate Partnership Team.
Salary: starting salary £48,000 rising to £54,000 (+ London Weighting)
Hours: Full-time - 35 hours per week
The vision of the Mental Health Foundation is good mental health for all. We work to prevent mental health problems, driving change towards a mentally healthy society for all, and support communities, families and individuals to live mentally healthier lives, with a particular focus on those at greatest risk. The Foundation is the home of Mental Health Awareness Week. We have pioneered change for over 70 years and are not afraid to challenge the status quo. Come join us!
Would you like to work for an organisation that believes prevention is fundamental to effectively addressing the mental health crisis? If so, the Mental Health Foundation is recruiting for Head of Corporate Partnerships reporting to the Director of Fundraising and communications to support our Corporate Partnership Team.
Joining us as the Head of Corporate Partnerships, you will provide strategic lead to the Corporate Partnership activities, including workplace mental health in conjunction with our wholly owned subsidiary Mental Health at Work CIC to achieve the mission, value and strategic objectives. This will involve managing the overall Corporate Partnership Programme to innovate, engage and develop partnerships that build sustainable income streams, through leading, shaping and managing team to deliver.
The Corporate Partnership Team raises £880,000 income per year for the Foundation with a budget of £330,000 - this role will contribute to the overall success of our key strategic aim ‘Building a strong Foundation’.
What does the role involve?
• Lead on the planning and implementation of strategies that enable the Foundation to build long-term sustainable income by managing and developing relationships with corporate partners. Using a range of fundraising and staff engagement approaches.
• Working with the Foundation’s Fundraising, Communications, Programme and Research Teams to identify the work that will appeal to a broad range of corporate sectors, engage companies in both financial and non-financial ways, across multiple years.
• Providing management and leadership across Corporate Partnership Team, ensuring fundraising objectives and targets are achieved, and that all project management, budgetary and planning expectations are met. Building on cross-organisation working including Trustees, the CEO and Directors to ensure that long-term developmental opportunities are maximised.
What are we looking for?
• Evidence of effective working knowledge and development of strategies for corporate partnership fundraising including both the acquisition of new partners and the ongoing account management of partnerships.
• Experience at senior level of working collaboratively with colleagues in Programmes, Research & Policy and Communications to identify the work and stories most likely to be valuable to our fundraising approaches and to ensure that this is gathered and communicated effectively to current and potential partners.
• Proven leader with demonstrated experience using a coaching and collaborative approach to managing teams and stakeholders.
Why should you join our Mental Health Foundation?
• 25 days excluding bank holidays, rising to 27 after 5 years of service
• Generous non-contributory pension plan, up to 10% employer contribution
• Various flexible working options
• Enhanced Maternity pay
• Season Ticket Loan
• Cycle to work scheme
The Foundation is fully committed to safeguarding all. Please note that all our roles require a DBS check.
We are unable to provide sponsorship for this post. In order to apply for this post, you must demonstrate your eligibility to work in the UK.
Applications will close at 5:00pm on 9th August 2020. Interviews are planned for 25th and 27th August 2020.
How to apply:
To apply please visit - www.mentalhealth.org.uk/about-us/jobs
Diversity is valued at the Foundation and is important in the work that we do. Applications from all sections of the community are welcome and will be considered on merit. Should you have a disability and require any additional support or if you have any questions regarding the above role, please contact us at email@example.com