Centre for London is a dynamic and flexible employer. We are looking for a natural networker and team player looking to grow their experience in fundraising, business development and building successful partnerships. You’ll be interested in the big issues facing London and Londoners, help build compelling funding propositions and have the rigour to help us ensure we walk the walk with all our partners.
Centre for London is the city’s think tank focusing on the critical policy challenges facing London. With the recovery from Covid, the levelling up agenda, impact of Brexit, growing threat posed by climate change and cost of living pressures, London is not short of huge policy challenges. Our work is designed to come up with new thinking and solutions which the Mayor, local authorities and the government can adopt and implement in order to deliver the change necessary to make London a better place in which to live and work.
We are funded through developing and maintaining great partnerships with businesses, public authorities, trusts, foundations, and philanthropists. We are looking for someone to help us implement our new fundraising strategy, growing our income across all these sectors, especially trusts, foundations and philanthropists.
This post is for someone who either with experience across fundraising, and/or business and partnership development or, if not, a strong desire to develop their career in that direction. You’ll need be rigorous and organised, as well as flexible and a strong all-rounder.
You will have experience in managing key stakeholder relationships and an interest in London policy issues. You’ll focus on building new relationships with the people and organisations who could fund the work we do and invest in our vision for London. You will also ensure current relationships and partnerships are well managed with a focus on delivery; good management of partner expectations, benefits, and financials, and contribute to developing new ideas and opportunities.
We celebrate London’s rich and diverse culture, and we want our team to reflect the city we serve. We especially welcome applications from people from minority ethnic and/or less advantaged backgrounds.
This is currently planned to be a full-time role, however we welcome applications from people who would like to work part-time or have other flexible working requirements. We are currently recruiting for two roles in this team.
If you would have any questions or would like assistance completing the application form, please email [email protected]
- Follow this link to submit your application.
- The form will ask for your answers to the question – How do your experiences and interests make you a good candidate for this role? (200 words max). As this is a role that requires strong writing ability, we will be assessing your writing style as well as the content of your answers.
- The form will ask you to upload a pdf of your CV (no longer than 2 pages). The file title should be your initials and two numbers e.g. AA14.
Please include this code as a header within the file too. Please remove any reference to your name, including your email address.
Deadline – 9am on Monday 4th July. We may extend the deadline.
Expected interview dates w/c 11th July.
We do not want any contact from recruitment agencies regarding this vacancy. We are not able to sponsor visas, so you must have the right to work in the UK at the start of your employment.