Corporate Partnerships Officer - part time
Exciting opportunity to play, learn and build your career with Playgroup NSW!
- Part time (22.5 hrs per week)
- Progressive NFP with flexible work arrangements
- Small, supportive team, located in Rosehill
Playgroup NSW connects people to strengthen child, family and community well-being through playing, learning and building communities of support. We are a Not-For-Profit (NFP) membership association and our vision over the next three years is all about making a positive difference for children.
Reporting to the Marketing and Partnerships Manager, you will play a vital role in ensuring the future viability and growth of Playgroup NSW by broadening and strengthening our membership benefits and revenue base through the development of strong and lasting relationships with corporate supporters.
Key responsibilities will include:
- identify, develop and actively secure and manage partnerships with the corporate sector that will generate significant ongoing revenue;
- develop innovative partnership agreements that are mutually beneficial to both parties;
- secure major membership benefits;
- plan and secure monetory and/or in-kind corporate partnerships for awareness campaigns, playgroup resources and other non-service or program-related activities;
- research, secure and manage corporate, community and government monetary and in-kind sponsorships for World's Biggest Playgroup Day and other relevant events;
- manage member benefit agreements, implementation, partner relationships, including measurement and suggestions for furthering relationships with partners;
- collaborate with the marketing team and other internal stakeholders to ensure partnership programs attract and retain members.
To be successful for this role, you will need:
- Degree (or equivalent experience)in relevant field, such as business, marketing or communications.
- Strong client relationship management, sales and customer service skills, with the ability to engage, influence and persuade a broad range of stakeholders.
- Ability to initiate and negotiate high value contracts to help meet organisation revenue goals.
- Experience and demonstrated passion for, and involvement with, the not-for-profit sector.
- Superior writing, editing and proofreading skills for proposals and reports.
- Demonstrated success working with a diverse range of internal and external stakeholders and proven results in meeting and exceeding revenue targets.
- Excellent time management, organisation and prioritisation skills with demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects with shifting and short deadlines.
- Experience using CRM database to support activity and analysis.
- Advanced user of Microsoft Office.
- An understanding of early childhood development and the impact on child, family and community well-being would be highly desirable.
To be considered for this exciting opportunity, please attach your resume and a cover letter, outlining how your experience and skills are a good match.
If you would like any further information, please contact Kirsty Peters, People and Culture Manager on 0422634359.