Do you want to work for a dynamic national charity at the centre of shaping and responding to end of life issues? Hospice UK is seeking a Corporate Development Manager to join their team, reporting to the Head of Corporate Development and line managing a team of two in a role that covers both new business and account management.
Hospice UK is the national charity for hospice care working to ensure all adults and children living with a terminal or life shortening condition receive the care and support they need, when they need it. They believe that everyone, no matter who they are, where they are or why they are ill, should receive the best possible care at the end of their life. No one should die in avoidable pain or suffering.
The focus of the Corporate Development Team is on raising funds from businesses either through commercial activity or through a range of corporate partnerships. They currently work with some of the UK’s biggest companies including Deutsche Bank, PwC, New Look, Joules and The Co-op Bank. Hospice UK’s core purpose is that everyone, no matter who they are, where they are or why they are ill, dying or bereaved gets the care and support they need, when and how they want it.
The role will work with the Head of Corporate Development to develop and lead Hospice UK’s new business strategy and key priorities, lead on higher value approaches including Charity of the Year, cause-related marketing and brand partnerships. Leading a team of two, the role will support the Corporate Partnerships Executive to identify and realise growth opportunities on existing key accounts, as well as working closely with the Senior New Business Executive on new partnerships.
Currently the Corporate Development Team is responsible for raising approximately £1.5-2m a year. They have developed an enviable portfolio of corporate supporters in recent years, with a strong record in winning and managing Charity of the Year campaigns, including the recent £4m partnership with Deutsche Bank, developing sponsorship opportunities and raising the awareness of the hospice movement through national initiatives.
We are looking for an ambitious person with strong new business experience and an appetite to shape and drive a new business strategy. Candidates may be keen to broaden out into account management, whilst also developing their team leadership experience, so this is a perfect next step for any fundraiser with ambitions to be a Head of Corporate Partnerships.
If this sounds like you, please contact our recruitment consultant at Peridot Partners to discuss the role in detail:
Hospice UK is the national charity for hospice and palliative care. We work to ensure all adults and children living with a terminal or life-shortening illness receive the care and support they need, when they need it.
We believe that everyone, no matter who they are, where they are or why they are ill, should receive the best possible care at the end of their life. No one should die in avoidable pain or suffering.
To empower individuals, communities and populations to embrace the ethos of hospice care and extend its breadth and reach to improve everyone’s experience of death, dying and bereavement.
We champion and support the work of more than 200 member organisations, which provide hospice care across the UK, so that they can deliver the highest quality of care to people with terminal or life-limiting conditions, and support their families.
Increasingly, hospice care is provided outside of hospice buildings. Hospice teams work in a wide range of settings – local charitable hospices; nursing homes; hospitals – and the vast majority of hospice care is provided in peoples’ homes.
Hospice UK supports the breadth, dynamism and flexibility of modern hospice care by: influencing Government and decision makers; improving quality of care through sharing of good practice; and providing training, education and grant programmes.
We work collaboratively with our members to support their vital work and to create a stronger voice for hospice care in the UK. We also support the development of hospice and palliative care worldwide.
Our ambitious strategy is the blueprint for how we can achieve the transformation that is needed and sets out the following four strategic goals that will be driving our work over the next five years:
“Hospice care aims to affirm life and death. It means working with and within local communities to tailor palliative care around the needs of each adult and child with a terminal or life-shortening condition, whatever that may be, and extends to supporting their carers, friends and family before and after bereavement. Hospice care is provided by multi-disciplinary teams of staff and volunteers who offer expert support that places equal emphasis on someone’s clinical, physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs with the understanding that everyone will be different.”
Our definition of hospice care
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