Corporate Partnerships Officer

We have a brand new role within Samaritans Ireland for a Corporate Partnerships Officer. This role will deliver and maximise income and engagement from a wide range of companies who choose to support Samaritans in Ireland and Northern Ireland. This role will also research, secure and manage corporate fundraising relationships, as well as provide outstanding stewardship and account management to existing relationships.

You’ll have previous experience within Fundraising, Account Management, Sales or Marketing. You’ll be an excellent communicator, someone who can build relationships easily and able to provide expert customer care. You’ll be familiar with working towards targets and some experience gained within a charity fundraising or third sector role is desirable.

  • Permanent role
  • €38,000- €42,000 per annum 
  • Full time (35 hours per week)
  • We are passionate about flexible working, talk to us about your preferences 
  • Hybrid working – linked to our Dublin office (Usher’s Quay) with home and office working 

The Team

The Samaritans Ireland team includes specialists within Policy, Safeguarding, Finance, Helpline and Communications. The team is friendly, collaborative and supportive. They have just launched an ambitious Strategic Delivery Plan for 2022–27, with the aim of maximising support to their beneficiaries and volunteers. This role will work closely with colleagues within the UK central charity, including the Corporate Partnership team and Digital teams. 

The Role 

This role is perfect for someone looking for a role to make their own. It is a brand new role and you’ll play an important part in shaping the income generation strategy for Samaritans Ireland. 

Job Description and Person Specification here

If this sounds like the opportunity for you, please apply. You’ll be asked to upload your CV and Cover Letter as attachments. Please include within the cover letter, how you meet the essential skills and experience outlined within the job description. 

Samaritans recognises the enormous benefits and the social justice imperatives of ensuring diversity at every level of our organisation. We are wholly committed to inclusion and diversity and to building a culture and environment where everyone is appreciated for the unique person they are. 

If you’re interested in applying or would just like to find out more, then we'd love to hear from you. This role will close for applications on 7 June, with video interviews scheduled to take place from w/c 12 June.