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Partnerships Manager

Maternity Cover

What we’re looking for

Are you a highly motivated individual who enjoys managing multiple relationships in a fast-paced environment? Do you have a passion for the arts? If so, we have a fantastic opportunity for a Partnerships Manager (Maternity Cover) in the Partnerships Team (Advancement: Fundraising).

Scottish Ballet welcomes applications from all communities and backgrounds, building a diverse workforce that reflects the people of Scotland. We provide specialist support for those who have experienced discrimination or face barriers to inclusion.

What you need to know

You will be responsible for achieving Corporate Partnership targets through exemplary relationship management with our key partners, the development and conversion of prospect partnerships and the delivery of exceptional corporate benefits. You will also lead on the management  and development of Scottish Ballet’s corporate membership scheme.

In a nutshell, this role is best suited to someone who has:

  • Previous experience of successful relationship management in corporate fundraising or brand relationships.
  • Exemplary interpersonal and communication skills.


It’s a temporary role to cover a period of maternity leave (of up to 12 months):

  • Salary is £30,000 to £32,000 per annum, dependent on experience.
  • The role is full-time, around 35 hours per week.
  • The role is primarily based in our Glasgow HQ with requirement to tour around the UK.
  • We offer great benefits including a competitive pension package, life assurance, 25 days of annual leave (plus an additional 9 Scottish public holidays), retailer discounts and a Cycle to Work scheme.


Who we are

Scotland’s national dance company. We’re based in Glasgow and perform on stage and screen, nationally and internationally, promoting Scotland’s pioneering spirit far and wide. As well as bold new versions of the classics and ground-breaking commissions, Scottish Ballet runs an extensive community engagement programme fostering wellbeing and encouraging creativity through dance.

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About the role

This role is part of the Partnerships Team (Advancement / Fundraising) and reports to the Director of Partnerships.

A job description outlining key responsibilities is also available.

How to apply

Tell us why you want this job and why you think you’d be brilliant at it.

Along with this cover letter, we’ll need your CV detailing any relevant skills, qualifications, or experience, plus the details of two professional referees (who will only be contacted if you are offered the position).

Send these to by 5pm on Monday 15 July 2024. Interviews will take place week beginning 29 July 2024.

Any questions please don’t hesitate to contact Katie Boyle, People & Wellbeing Officer at the above the email address.