Location: 40 Queen Street, London EC4R 1DD
Contract: Full-time, permanent
Responsible to: Head of Research & Policy
Applicants are asked to send their CV to Ramin Bokaian (firstname.lastname@example.org) before 5pm on Friday 8 December 2023.
The Research Officer is responsible for supporting the delivery of the research activities, data analysis and publication of reports for the benefit of the Association's members and to support our lobbying.
The post holder will carry out data analysis tasks, lead primary research projects and draft briefing papers and consultation responses. You will have expertise in analysing datasets, writing reports and preferably experience with primary research methods. In addition, the role will entail some administrative support to the CEO and to a small number of steering committees and other stakeholder groups that provide input to our work.
This is an opportunity to join a dynamic and enterprising team based in the heart of the City of London. We are a progressive association that is very much valued by our members. You will play a key role in supporting our research to ensure it contributes to our thought leadership, lobbying and knowledge sharing. The post holder is expected to demonstrate initiative and work well as part of a team.
Principal job functions and deliverables
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Contract: Full-time FTC until March 2025 (hybrid working, with 2 anchor days, 1 day flexible)
Responsible to: Head of Alumni Network
Participants are asked to send their CV to Gareth Davies (Gareth.Davies@charteredabs.org) before 5pm on 23 February 2024.
Purpose of the role
This is a new role that will be responsible for the evaluation and execution of strategic growth opportunities for Help to Grow: Management via collaborative partnerships and commercial opportunities. You will be joining a growing team reporting to the Head of Alumni and working closely with others across the organisation and our government partners. It also involves communicating and presenting business opportunities internally to key stakeholders and externally to potential partners.
This is an important role that offers the opportunity to help ensure this project's legacy and make a transformative impact for SMEs in the UK.
We are seeking an experience and enthusiastic Partnerships and Business Development Manager to join our team.
We aim to build partnerships with businesses and Not for Profit organisations to create innovative new ways of delivering support for HTG Alumni. We are seeking out partners who have the vision to think big and go on a journey with us, challenging the current forms of delivery, and piloting new ideas that can be scaled nationally.
You will be responsible for the full cycle of partnership development: finding and generating leads; building relationships; writing proposals and account managing existing partners. You will be responsible for supporting partners and finding ways to solve process challenges or blockages during projects. You will also gather feedback from clients/partners on their experience working with us to help ensure we continue to deliver outstanding value to Alumni.
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