About us Current vacancies Corporate Partnership Manager Corporate Partnership Manager Would you like to work for an award-winning, single cause charity who are inspiring world-leaders in encephalitis research, support and campaigning? As our brand-new Corporate Partnerships Manager, you will develop and implement a strategy that will enable our transformational work for the millions of people worldwide who are living with the brain injuries they sustained after encephalitis. We offer: a kind, thoughtful, innovative and focussed workplace hybrid working patterns, including home-based or part home/office great benefits salary 30-35k FTE. Part time working might be considered Full Briefing Pack A bit about us Encephalitis is inflammation of the brain. The inflammation is caused either by an infection or through the immune system attacking the brain in error. The Encephalitis Society provides support and information to people affected by the condition, as well as to medical professionals with an interest. We raise awareness of encephalitis and collaborate on research into the condition. OUR VISION is a world where encephalitis matters to everyone. The Society is based in Malton, North Yorkshire and our trustees attend from all over the UK however for this position, and in support of our commitment to diversity and inclusion we would be particularly interested, but not exclusively, in hearing from under-represented groups such as from the black and asian communities, from those under 30 years of age, from people with disabilities including those who are neuro-diverse, from LGBTQIA+ communities and candidates from Ireland/Eire. The Encephalitis Society is a state-of-the-art, award-winning charity who delivers its quality services with passion and dynamism. We are highly regarded among the scientific and medical communities as well as among those we serve. We are looking for a Communications, PR and Marketing expert who wants to work within such an organisation, and who in doing so, will make a real difference to people whose lives have been devastated by this condition.