Leonard Cheshire Disability Job Vacancy: International Partnerships Manager - London

International Partnerships Manager

Location: Head Office, London

Salary:   £35 - £37K

Hours:  Full time, 35 hours per week

Leonard Cheshire Disability (LCD) is currently recruiting for an experienced Partnerships Manager to join its International Department; working in partnership is at the heart of LCD’s approach.

LCD’s International operation runs education, livelihoods and youth leadership projects, campaigns globally for the rights of persons with disabilities and carries out academic research through its Centre based at University College London. The head office is in London, and activities are overseen by regional offices in Kenya, Zambia, Sierra Leone, India and Thailand, and delivered by partners that are part of a deeply rooted network of over 200 organisations in 54 countries.

You will have extensive experience of identifying and cultivating a range of international partnerships, with particular focus on building the capacity and strengthening the development and growth of local organisations and networks.

With significant coordinating and negotiation experience you will also lead in LCD’s provisions of a secretariat function to the Cheshire Global Alliance including managing relationships with the National and Regional Boards, developing and facilitating innovative means of sharing best practice, learning and experience between members.

Join this exciting and expanding team in an organisation that believes that disabled people should have the freedom to live their lives the way they choose - with the opportunity and support to live independently, to contribute economically and to participate fully in society.

Leonard Cheshire Disability welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

To apply, please submit your CV (max 3 pages) and cover letter (max 2 pages) that addresses the requirements on the person specification to SLRrecruitment@leonardcheshire.org LCD6196 Down load the JD here

Closing date: Monday 6 March 2017 10am