Empowerment Partnerships Manager
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Empowerment Partnerships Manager

Role description:

Your chance to empower LGBT people and their allies to create a more equal society.

For the last 17 years, Stonewall has run a highly successful suite of personal and professional development programmes for a range of audiences. Our Empowerment Programmes including leadership, allies, role models and trans allies programmes, and events provide people with the skills, confidence and network to make lasting change. This role offers an excellent opportunity to support us to develop our offering and expand our audience. We’re looking for someone who can hit the ground running to develop our sales and marketing work in a B2B context to achieve ambitious goals. You’ll work with a wide range of organisations including charities, public sector organisations and businesses in the UK and around the globe to support them to select or design the right training interventions to their staff.

This is the perfect role for a strong collaborator as you’ll be working inside and outside of Stonewall to streamline what we do and better connect our teams. Reporting to the Head of Empowerment you’ll focus on developing robust marketing and sales practices to stabilise and grow our income. As part of a small team, you’ll work alongside our Development Manager who designs and writes content and our Delivery Manager who makes all of our work happen. You’ll be involved in all aspects of the team’s work and have the chance to facilitate our programmes. You’ll also work closely with our Workplace Team who run our Diversity Champions Programme and specialise in LGBT inclusion at workAs a charity, it’s crucial that people understand our mission and you’ll play an important part in using marketing and sales to ensure our work speaks to all members of the LGBT community while centring the most marginalised. You’ll work collaboratively internally and externally to develop robust strategies that increase participation from under-represented groups in our work.

We welcome applications from everyone and actively seek a diverse range of applicants. If you have the right mix of skills and experience, wherever these were taught, gained or learnt, as well as a passion for LGBT equality, we want to hear from you.

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