Partnerships and Development Officer
Location: Northern Ireland
Industry: Charity & 3rd Sector
Salary: £30000.00 - £32000.00 per annum
Contacts: Caila Cunningham, firstname.lastname@example.org
Job Ref: BBBH43211
Expiry date: 2023-07-06
Honeycomb are delighted to be partnering with a highly reputable charity that are dedicated to stopping the harm, abuse, and exploitation of older people across the UK in the recruitment for a Partnerships and Development Officer. This is a full time 12-month ongoing contract working fully from home.
- Competitive Salary £32,000
- Fully remote role, with the potential for a N.I. office in the next 2 years.
- Flexible working (35) hours Monday - Friday
- Internal growth opportunities and the ability to gain new skills.
The charity is the voice for older people at risk. With more than 25 years experience and expertise, their mission is to listen, advise and support vulnerable older people and all those affected throughout the UK. They are striving to create an environment where safer ageing is guaranteed for all.
What would a typical day look like for you?
- This is an extremely varied role with a range of responsibilities.
- Play a key part in shaping the charity's development model, financially and through relationship building - working closely with the External Affairs and Parliamentary Manager.
- Part of a UK wide team working with the Deputy Chief Executive to support programmes, performance, policy, communications, and fundraising.
- Partnerships - Generate impactful partnerships in N.I. and Scotland from charities, councils to MPs and private bodies. Creating referral pathways, raising awareness, building links, and identifying opportunities for partnerships.
- Development and Income Generation - Work with Fundraising team to ensure database is kept updated, draft monitoring reports, work to agreed fundraising targets and identify opportunities for income generation, sponsorship, and consultancy.
- Policy, Campaigns and Communications - Work with the Policy team to implement effective campaigning in-nation. Provide guidance to social policy makers, appropriate politicians, support the drafting of briefings to produce robust evidence-based material for submission to government and other statutory bodies. Represent the charity, coordinate NI and Scotland events as means of raising awareness.
- General - Support meetings of the Advisory Committee in NI and Scotland, ensure all databases are fit for purpose, giving regular support to staff. Providing advice in line with the charities policy. Must maintain confidentiality and observe requirements of the Data Protection Act along with the charity's legislation at all times.
- Degree level educated or equivalent
- Ability to communicate persuasive and concise narrative to deadlines
- Experience of the challenges of a third sector role
- Thorough understanding of abuse in either an age-related context or from another vulnerable characteristic
- Demonstrate excellent understanding of partnership building, relationship managing and the ability to network
- Ability to organise events such as large meetings, seminars or community-based events
- Excellent communication skills both written and oral
- Self-motivated, proactive individual who can work with minimal supervision
- Ability to handle emotionally challenging case studies and deliver them in a passionate and cohesive manner
- Organisational skills and good time-keeping
To speak in absolute confidence about this opportunity please send an up-to-date CV via the link provided or contact Caila Cunningham at Honeycomb on 028 9620 7050.
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