SLV.Global Partnerships Development Manager

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 SLV.Global Partnerships Development Manager

Salary: £25-32k + Bonuses. Dependant on experience
Location: SLV.Global London Office
Hours: Full-Time
Start date: Immediate start

We’re on the hunt for someone who has a passion for nurturing and growing partnerships. The Partnerships Development Manager is responsible for overseeing everything from initial contact to cultivating a mutually beneficial partnership with a variety of other organisations with similar aims to our own. If you’re not big on the “hard sell” and have equal amounts of chill and drive, you may be the yin to our yang. The successful candidate may have the opportunity to join us overseas on occasion.

Key Responsibilities Will Include:

  • Developing new partnerships with universities, colleges and schools internationally
  • Maintaining existing partnerships by managing all correspondence on a daily basis and later delegate this to your team.
  • Assisting with marketing and promotion events and promotions
  • Working closely with the senior management team to monitor performance.
  • Helping in organising educational recruitment related events by managing internal and external communications.
  • Building networks with potential institutional partners in support of business growth.
  • Preparing proposals, programme outlines or presentations to support forming new institutional partners.
  • Working with a small team to achieve monthly targets

The Successful Applicant Will Have:

  • Ability to work effectively in a team, but also be able to work independently, resolve problems and make decisions when appropriate
  • Confident and friendly phone manner
  • Strong communication skills and an excellent eye for detail
  • Ability to manage projects and prioritise accordingly
  • Excellent written and spoken English

Nice To Have:

  • Experience working in a target driven environment and achieving targets.
  • Excellent interpersonal communication and relationship-building skills including an ability to influence and work effectively with people.
  • Ability to liaise and negotiate with partners to define their needs and implement strategies to attract further partnerships
  • Knowledge and interest in Global Mental Health
  • A Dog that you can bring to work
  • Previous examples of managing, monitoring and reporting on projects from initiation to review.

Application Process:

Send your CV and cover letter on through to There will be a two-step interview process. Initially a chat with a senior member of the team followed by coming into the office to deliver a short presentation to the team.


30th April 2018.