Senior Membership Programmes Manager (Private Sector)

The Senior Membership Programmes Manager is responsible for leading a team of Account Managers to bring long-term change to private sector workplaces and services, and to grow Stonewall’s income so the organisation can continue to campaign for a world where all LGBT people are accepted without exception.

Reporting to the Head of Private Sector Membership Programmes, they ensure the effective, efficient and impactful delivery of Stonewall’s private sector Diversity Champions programme with UK and multinational employers. They grow Diversity Champion membership and engage and retain partners in line with a range of financial and non-financial targets. They also personally manage a strategic portfolio of key clients, and build strong, influential relationships with stakeholders and partners across the sector and within Stonewall.

They support, coach and develop their team, with a focus on performance, personal and professional development, and health, safety and wellbeing at all times.

They additionally contribute to strategic business planning and budget management, and work across Stonewall to ensure client participation in wider programmes, events and projects.

Please click here for more information and to download a Recruitment Pack and Application Form

Based in: 
London • EC1V 4JY
United Kingdom
Job type: 
Permanent
Hours: 
Full time
Salary: 
£32,411 per annum, rising to £35,547 after a year
Apply by: 
Monday, December 10. 2018 - 09:30

 

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