1 month ago

Senior Partnership Insight Manager at Marie Curie

68% 35 hours / week London (Remote) £40k / year
Flexible working hours
Retirement or pension contribution program
Employee training program
Transport or commuting benefits

The role will work with and across the Philanthropy & Partnerships (P&P) income teams to help build stronger partnerships with a high value audience, and with colleagues at all levels across Marie Curie. Working within the Insight and Partnership Development (IPD) team with line management of a Prospect Research Executive, the role will act as technical expert and strategic lead on all areas of philanthropic insight and pipeline management for the department, partnering with fundraisers in London and nationally to maximise income. P&P is responsible for working with individuals, charitable trusts, companies and statutory sources, runs a successful special event programme, and reaches partners across the high value audience, with teams in London, the North West and Scotland and Northern Ireland.

It’s a crucial role, leading a team that will have meaningful impact on our fundraising, enhancing our partnerships with philanthropists, companies, trusts and foundations with strategic insight and evidence-based support. The team provides a greater understanding of, and response to, our audiences’ motivations and expectations, resulting in stronger partnerships and increased funding to enable the delivery of an ambitious income growth strategy.

The post holder will play a vital role in delivering across all P&P’s income streams, living our culture of ‘one team, one target’, with particular focus on partnering with the Corporate teams to build and manage their pipelines, developing a pipeline management strategy that serves all our audiences and stakeholders, and creating a holistic approach to our high value audience across P&P.

You may have significant experience of working in high value fundraising, or you might bring your background of business intelligence, market research, or sales pipeline management to help us create powerful partnerships.

The successful candidate must be prepared to travel to our Head Office in London 2 days per week (minimum) should they be based elsewhere.

This is a truly exciting time for Marie Curie, with a new CEO and the development of a new organisational strategy – join us as we embark on a period of growth and ambition. We welcome candidates from all backgrounds and encourage applicants to share their flexible working preferences during the interview process.

Please note that we are not able to offer candidate sponsorship on this occasion.