Senior Fundraising and Partnerships Manager

Closing date: 04 September 2022
Fundraising Community Trusts
  • Salary £30,420 - £33,970 per year FTE
  • Location Remote
  • Job Type Permanent, Part-time
  • Sectors Education
  • Job Reference : FP Snr Mgr

You will be responsible for managing new and existing relationships with funders, including grant writing, meetings and pitches. You will involve appropriate colleagues and our membership network of students across the globe, to secure support, provide information and help maintain support from funders. You will be creative and persuasive in your approach to helping the organisation grow financially. You will be asked to write reports about our deliverables, identify leads and follow these up alongside your senior leadership colleagues. The ideal candidate will thrive when they are able to interpret a strategy, identify the key areas for us to focus on and write persuasive, concise and effective fundraising applications. We are looking for someone who can use their own initiative and problem solving to the role.

This is your chance to join an amazing team that works to reform economics education around the world. We are excited to launch our search for our next Senior Fundraising & Partnerships Manager. We are constantly growing so if you want to be part of the team that realises our vision of a better economics education around the world then please do apply.

About Rethinking Economics International

Rethinking Economics (RE) is an international network working to build better economics in society and the classroom. We started as a student movement in 2012 and have since grown to become a registered charity, Rethinking Economics International with a 10-person staff team. Through a mixture of campaigning, events and projects, we support over 100 groups in over 30 countries around the world. These students work alongside thousands of supportive members of the public, to reform the university economics curriculum to make it more pluralist, critical and applicable to the real world. Rethinking Economics International is undertaking an exciting transition process in which we are developing and expanding the future of the organisation. This includes the development of a new strategy for 2023-6 and a move to a more international workforce.

We will be accepting candidates for this role from anywhere which is  +/- 6 hours GMT/BST. The conditions of employment will vary location to location, depending on the law and equitable work standards for the territory where you are based.

Please see our website for the full job information, including a person specificiation for this role and details of how to apply.