Corporate Partnerships Officer X2


Full-time salary: £22,000 – £24,000pa


Charity People is working with World Land Trust to find two new Corporate Partnerships Officers to develop and build on the excellent working relationships we have with current, and new, corporate donors. These roles offer a real opportunity for someone with fundraising or customer stewardship experience who is looking to make a real impact on preserving the natural world as part of an expanding team.

To give you an idea of how this flexible role would look and feel, here are some of the things you could expect to do:

• Provide the highest possible quality of experience and stewardship to corporate supporters through prompt, helpful, professional and friendly communications to develop long-term, mutually beneficial relationships

• Respond to enquiries from potential corporate supporters, engaging and inspiring them to achieve their environmental, social and governance goals through this charity’s habitat protection and restoration products

• Contribute to the development of inspiring and engaging communications materials and social media content to update businesses on the conservation impact of their support. This role will suit candidates with demonstrable fundraising or customer stewardship experience, where the focus is on stewardship resulting in long-term relationships.

The posts are available up to full-time hours of 35 hours per week and based in WLT’s offices in Suffolk, however we are happy to talk Flexible Working from day one, including options for hybrid working, to support you to achieve your full potential at work and to maintain a healthy work life balance to do the things that are important to you.

In return for your passion and expertise, you will receive an excellent benefits package, with options for growth, including a salary of £22,000-£24,000pa.

Please reach out to Tegan Jones (he/him) on 07510 385 864 or email [email protected]  today to apply for this full-time Corporate Partnerships Officer position in Suffolk.