£36,500 per annum 
Closing Date
Employer Roundhouse

Corporate Partnerships Manager

About the Roundhouse:

The Roundhouse is a Grade II* listed independent performance and gig venue and is widely considered to be one of the UK’s best places to perform in and experience live music.

More than this, we are the UK’s leading creative centre for young people with 24 dedicated on-site music studios for young people aged 11-25, and a wide range of programmes and activities running throughout the year.

Our programmes are embedded in the grounding principles of youth work and focused on young people’s creative potential. Through this, we develop their confidence and skills to enable them to transition successfully into adulthood and into work.

The Role:

In order to deliver its groundbreaking youth programme and world-class artistic moments the Roundhouse needs to raise vital funds each year and operate a mixed economy funding model. Our income is achieved through a variety of activities including fundraising, and the Partnerships & Philanthropy team has a 24/25 target of £4.1m, of which Corporate Partnerships comprises £700k.

Corporate Partnerships operate a position of crucial importance to the long term success of the Roundhouse and the team delivers ground-breaking partnerships in support of its charitable mission while also generating significant return on investment for its Corporate Partners.

This is an exciting opportunity to join the Roundhouse’s fundraising team as Corporate Partnerships Manager, responsible for managing and overseeing deliverables of a broad and varied portfolio of Corporate Partners. Reporting to the Senior Corporate Partnerships Manager this is a key role within the team and we are looking for candidates who have experience delivering complex and mullti-faceted partnerships and are adept at building meaningful and lasting relationships with donors.

About you:

The successful candidate must have experience in corporate partnerships fundraising or in commercial account management, ideally within the charity sector. They will possess the ability to think creatively and be a passionate and compelling communicator with the ability to build strong relationships.

This role requires excellent interpersonal skills with internal and external audiences, as well as exceptional written and verbal presentation skills and project management skills.

The successful candidate will be able to prioritise effectively and meet deadlines, thriving in a fast-paced environment. 

We welcome applications from people who feel they can bring their own skills, experiences and ideas to the table and empower those around them to do the same. We encourage those currently underrepresented across the cultural sector and all intersections of our diverse society to apply.

The successful candidate must have a current and acceptable DBS check, or be willing to undertake one due to the nature of the role. 

Contract: Permanent
Hours: 35 hours per week (excluding breaks)
Salary: £36,500 per annum 
Application Deadline: 27 May 2024
Interviews 1st Stage: Online 04 June 2024
Interviews 2nd Stage: In Person 11 June 2024


  • 25 days’ holiday per year plus bank holidays pro rata
  • Pension scheme
  • Cycle to Work and Tech Scheme
  • Season ticket loan
  • Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)
  • Health Cash Plan
  • Group Life Assurance
  • National Arts Pass
  • Staff discount at our bar and café
  • Complimentary staff tickets

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