Business Development Manager (2 days per week)

Opportunity:

Business Development Manager (2 days per week)

Salary:

£28,464.00 (pro rata)

Location:

Glynneath Training Centre

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Opportunity Description:

We are seeking an experienced manager to take the lead on business development and fundraising to support delivery of our community services and financial sustainability. The post holder will also oversee personnel and finance matters and help lead staff teams.

You will have proven skills in managing strategy and leading change within a social enterprise and of working in the charity/community sector. You will be skilled in fundraising including preparing grant applications, e-fundraising campaigns and business sponsorship.

Your experience of partnership working with voluntary sector partners, business leaders and policy makers at community, regional and national level will be essential.  You will be qualified to Level 4 and above.

 

Post:                            Business Development Manager

Hours of work:             2 days a week (14 hrs)

Responsible to:           Management Board

Responsible for:         Staff and volunteers

Job purpose:               To lead on strategic and operational delivery of GTC’s business plan, to include fundraising and developing new business opportunities, working with the community, the range of partner organisations and local business. To oversee personnel and finance functions.

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Main duties and responsibilities:

Lead on the centre’s business development and fundraising to support delivery of our community services, maximise revenue streams and secure financial sustainability.

  • research policy/priorities, identify relevant grant aid and prepare grant applications,
  • network with businesses and partners, build sponsorship commitments
  • develop our e-fundraising potential, donations, legacies, crowd funding etc
  • monitor grant use and report to funders.
  • develop projects as directed by the Board
  • work in partnership with the community and our network of partner organisations

Oversee personnel and finance; support Personnel and Finance Officer:

  • recruitment, welfare, performance, disciplinary matters
  • finance systems, annual accounts, reports to charities commission, companies house
  • Network widely with partners, business leaders and policy makers at community, regional and national level.

Work with the Learning/Operations Manager to:

  • Achieve financial sustainability and oversee finance
  • Oversee Rompers Nursery Team and delivery of childcare services
  • Oversee Project Teams and delivery of project activities
  • Prepare and deliver the Company Business Plan
  • Prepare the Annual Report and coordinate the Annual General Meeting
  • Support Management Board meetings and prepare committee reports
  • Undertake any other duties, relevant to the job, as required by the Board.

PERSON SPECIFICATION

  Essential Desirable
Experience Experience in business development, and fundraising

Experience in leading strategy and managing change

Experience of partnership working with stakeholders at senior level

Experience of working in a community/voluntary organisation/charity

Community and business links

 

Skills, Knowledge Proven skills in management

High level of numeracy and literacy to work with budgets, analyse and prepare bids, reports and business plans

Highly competent in IT

Up to date with digital developments such as e-fundraising

Knowledge of local and regional business network

Knowledge of the learning

provider networks, statutory, voluntary and private sectors

Qualifications Qualified to NVQ Level 4 equivalent Training/skills in management, business development
Other Ability to manage effectively and achieve business targets

Able to prioritize and work to deadlines

Demonstrates ability to provide solutions to problems

 

 

To find out more about this opportunity and to register your interest please call 01639 721772 or email [email protected]. Alternatively you can use this form and we will call you back:

To find out more about this course and to register your interest please call 01639 721772 or email [email protected]. Alternatively you can use this form and we will call you back:

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