Partnership Development Manager - Northern Ireland Salary – £38,681 (pro rata) Part time, 21 hours per week Permanent contract Are you looking for a role where your talents as an experienced Partnership Development Manager benefit the lives of families raising disabled or seriously ill children? Family Fund is the UK’s largest charity providing grants for families raising disabled or seriously ill children and young people, with over 88,000 grants and services worth over £33 million delivered to families in 2016/17. We’re looking for an exceptional individual with proven experience in developing partnerships to support the work of Family Fund and promote us to families and organisations across Northern Ireland. As Partnership Development Manager, you will proactively work with a wide range of public, private and third sector organisations to ensure Family Fund’s strategy is understood and mutually beneficial relationships are formed. You will seek out opportunities which allow Family Fund to achieve our key priorities, raising awareness of our grants and services for families, whilst supporting the design and delivery of new projects and services that meet identified needs. You will be acknowledged as a senior Family Fund representative across the disability sector, deputising for the CEO or Directors on committees and at events as required. The successful candidate will be a self-starter with excellent communication and presentation skills, pro-active and driven to succeed. With in-depth knowledge of the disability sector you will be a well-organised team player with the ability to handle pressure, prioritise workload and build and strengthen relationships with relevant stakeholders across Northern Ireland. This post is home based with regular travel. If this describes you and your career aspirations, please submit a persuasive covering letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org Please click here to read the job description. For an informal discussion about this opportunity, please contact Andy Harper, Director of Development and Engagement, on 01904 571018. Closing date for applications is 29 September 2017.