Manager, Corporate Partnerships

Tags: Covid-19
  • Added Date: Friday, 03 June 2022
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What can you expect from joining a leading organization in the global movement to advance childrenโ€™s rights and equality for girls?

We are one of Canadaโ€™s Most Admired Cultures and hereโ€™s why: together, we have created a climate of trust and inclusivity โ€“ where diversity in people, ideas and approaches is not only respected, itโ€™s encouraged.

Amidst the uncertainty of COVID-19, these qualities have come to the forefront as our organization evolves to remain agile. Though we will evolve in many respects, our mission and strategic ambition will not change โ€“ and our work has never been so imperative. We will never stop believing in the multiplying power of girls and that every child deserves that right to learn, lead, decide and thrive. Our future success will be founded upon Plan International Canadaโ€™s 80+ year history of focusing on our mission, our core values, responding to challenges and seizing opportunities with purpose, relevance and impact.

Further information can be found at:



Plan International Canada

Reports to:

Director, Corporate Partnerships


Toronto (Mount Pleasant & Eglington)


Permanent, Full Time

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The Position

  • As part of the Philanthropy team, the Corporate Partnerships Manager is responsible for the development and growth of a portfolio of corporate partnerships and contributing to the Corporate and overall Philanthropy team fundraising annual plans.
  • This position is often a first point of contact for prospective corporate donors. The incumbent will be responsible for new business development, including managing and soliciting employee giving programs, cause-related marketing opportunities, corporate sponsorships, and matching gift programs
  • A strong project manager, this role will be responsible for coordinating and executing against our signature Girls Belong Here initiative, a corporate executive takeover program that enables youth Ambassadors to step into leadership roles. In addition, responsibilities will include organizing and managing a corporate International Day of the Girl celebration each year. The incumbent will act as a key point of contact for both internal and external stakeholders and support the growth of the program

    What success looks like?

    • Organize, manage, support, and execute against logistics planning for Girls Belong Here and International Day of the Girl, meeting the expectations of internal and external stakeholders
    • Cultivate new relationships with prospective partners and build financial partnerships to help further our mission, reaching a 6-figure financial target annually
    • Support corporate team members in managing their corporate partner relationshipsโ€™ participation in Girls Belong Here
    • Collaborate with various internal teams (i.e., Marketing, Communications, Youth Engagement and Philanthropy) to identify partnership engagement opportunities
    • Passion for gender equality, social justice and helping girls reach their full potential, which translates to inspiring others to join and support Plan International Canada

      As our ideal candidate you will have:

      • Excellent organizational, research, and project management skills with a high level of attention to detail and accuracy
      • Demonstrated successful management of multiple projects, simultaneously coordinating communication across departments and levels within the organization to ensure improved efficiency
      • Proven track record in fundraising with corporations or related experience in sales, marketing, business development or corporate account relations
      • Extensive knowledge and understanding of corporate partnerships, social impact, and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) paired with a strong desire to continuously expand knowledge.
      • Exemplary communication skills โ€“ written, oral and presentation including well developed networking ability
      • Exceptional interpersonal skills and the ability to inspire confidence and trust in corporate stakeholders and cooperation among staff colleagues
      • Demonstrated integrity and diplomacy with a professional presence and manner; capable of exercising independent judgment and flexibility
      • Proven networking and negotiation skills, including the ability to interpret interest of corporations and translate them into attractive partnership opportunities.
      • A valid driverโ€™s license and ability to travel as required (post COVID-19).

        How to Apply:

        To express interest in this exciting opportunity at Plan International Canada, please apply with your resume and cover letter to by June 12, 2022.

        Plan International Canada is a hybrid workplace. You will work from the office and from home.

        Plan International Canada hires based on merit and is strongly committed to equity and diversity within its community and to providing an inclusive workplace. Plan International Canada especially welcomes applications from Indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, women, persons of all sexual orientations and genders, and others with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities.

        If you have a disability that may affect your ability to perform in a role in which you are interested, we will be happy to discuss with you what adjustments or arrangements we can make to accommodate your needs. If your disability is likely to affect you adversely within the application process itself, please let us know (as soon as you feel comfortable to do so) by emailing so that we can consider any adjustments to the process that will allow you to be considered fairly for the role.

        Consistent with our Safeguarding Children and Young People Policy the successful candidate must receive clearance by a police background check, including the vulnerable sector screen.

        Plan International Canada requires all new hires to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Applicants who receive an employment offer will be required to self-declare they are fully vaccinated as a condition of employment. Plan International Canada has a duty to accommodate those who are unable to get vaccinated due to religious, medical or other protected grounds. For applicants who require an accommodation, please contact to discuss further.

        Applicants must be eligible to work in Canada for the duration of the work term. Proof of eligibility will be required.

        Thank you for your interest in a career at Plan International Canada!

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