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Business Development Manager

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Wirtschaft & Fundraising
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Veröffentlicht am 05.03.2024

Sandwell African Caribbean Mental Health Foundatio

Business Development Manager
Location: West Bromwich, West Midlands, B70 6NW
Salary: £19,200 per annum
Contract: Part-time, Fixed Term Contract (21 hours per week) – End of March 2025
Benefits: Line Management Support via Supervision and appraisal, 6% Employer pension contribution, Continued Professional Development & Some Flexible Working Options!
Sandwell African Caribbean Mental Health Foundation (SACMHF) was founded in 1994 to provide culturally responsive mental health services for Black people living in Sandwell who were affected by mental ill health.
This was during a time when there was a growing body of evidence which informed of the lack of culturally responsive services for Black people and the poor experience and outcomes for those using mainstream mental health services when compared to the wider community. SACMHF continues to operate today and now deliver various culturally responsive mental health services for the Black community in Sandwell and West Birmingham.
Business Development Manager – The Role
To work as part of the senior leadership team to coordinate the organisations fundraising to meet the increasing need for services and to respond to this growth and increase our income.
To do this you will be required to secure new business development opportunities, apply to trusts and foundations to secure grants to deliver projects and services and you will be responsible for a team of community fundraising volunteers who you will support to deliver several community fundraising events aligned to a community fundraising action plan. Fundraising Volunteers could include people with lived experience.
Main Responsibilities;
• Develop and submit innovative and persuasive funding applications with costed project budgets in accordance with application criteria.
• Develop and stewardship plans to retain the long-term support of existing funders to ensure the potential for repeat or long-term support is maximised.
• Relationship management for key contracts and grants providing monitoring reports as required.
• Identify new potential funders and match to SACMHF’s work.
• Attend quarterly Co-Production meetings to inform of service development and plans for new services.
• Complete full cycle of funding applications including face to face assessment interviews.
• Work effectively with the Office & Finance Manager to support the development of project budgets aligned to current costs.
• Work with the Management team and the Chief Officer to create compelling bids suitable for submission to Trusts, Grant, and Statutory funders.
• Where relevant recruit Interns to support SACMHF Fundraising objectives.
• Work alongside the Chief Executive Officer to develop SACMHF Fundraising strategy.
• Adhere to the Fundraising Regulator’s Code of Practice, Charity Law, and other relevant legislative requirements.
• Ensure that all donations; cash, online and cheques are processed in line with agreed protocols.
• To provide line management support to a team of unpaid staff. This will include the provision of induction for volunteers, supervision, and appraisal meetings. This team could include people with lived experience.
• Participation in management review meetings and subgroup meetings of the Board of Trustees as required.
• To participate support the Volunteer Fundraising team to coordinate and deliver fund-raising events aligned to cultural events and mental health initiatives e.g., World Mental Health Day, Black History, Windrush Day, Carer’s week, Mental health awareness week etc.
• Be an advocate for fundraising across SACMHF and build successful relationships at all levels to promote the importance of individual event and community fundraising and engage the support of colleagues in your work.
• Any other duties that fall within the parameters of the post.
Business Development Manager – What we need from you:
Skills, Knowledge and Experience
• Knowledge of issues that may characterise the experiences of Black, African, Caribbean, Black dual heritage adults recovering from mental ill health.
• Able to work on one’s own initiative and as a member of the team.
• Ability to organise one’s own workload effectively, with the ability to prioritise and work to deadlines
• Effective communication with a variety of professional/local people.
• Excellent written and numeracy skills, including the ability to write reports.
• IT Literate in the use of Microsoft Office software products ‘Word’ and ‘Excel’ and social media.
• Monitoring & Evaluation of services.
• Good standard of education to include Math’s and English at O Level or Grade C or above at GCSE level or b functional skills.
• A commitment to service user participation and co-production
• Able to work flexible hours when required.
• Minimum of 2 years successful track record of raising funds for Charity sector organisations.
• Experience of completion an submission of successful tender documents.
• Experience of setting up partnership agreements and joint working protocols for projects and services.
• Managing and implementation of new projects and services.
• Degree level qualification in Business, Marketing, or similar related field.
• Work related training e.g., fundraising practice or related training.
Annual Leave Entitlement
You are entitled to 24 days annual leave within a full leave year. Part-time staff will be worked out on a pro rata basis. You will be entitled to 8 approx. public bank holidays or pro rata.
Equal Opportunities
SACMHF currently adheres to an Equality and Diversity Policy. Staff are required to ensure that all policies and practices are in accordance with legislation and best practice.
If you feel you have the skills and experience to be successful within this role, click on apply today!
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