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Partnerships & Sales Manager

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Partnerships & Sales Manager
Part-time (0.6 FTE) 
12 month contract with the opportunity to extend. 


About the position
Reporting to Motherland’s CEO, the Partnerships & Sales Manager will be responsible for helping to drive revenue for our charity through our existing sales streams, and the development of new and innovative partnerships. This part-time role demands a driven, energetic and approachable person who has a sound understanding of the role partnerships can play within a brand’s broader marketing strategy and a willingness to take the time to understand Motherland’s values and vision. 

As a charity, we drive the majority of our revenue through our podcast, online program, and events. We need someone to take the reins and help us grow across these three areas. We are a tiny team, so this person will also assist Motherland with other ad-hoc marketing and admin support on a weekly basis. 

This role is remote and because of this, the ideal candidate must be highly self-motivated, organised and able to work autonomously. While this is a 12-month contract, there will be the opportunity to extend this into a more permanent role. 

Preference for candidates living in regional, rural, or remote Australia. 


  • Drive partnerships and sales across Motherland with a particular focus on generating new business. 
  • Development of new external partner relationships and the management of existing ones. 
  • Develop targeted and objective led sales proposals
  • Leverage data to articulate opportunities
  • Make presentations to prospects and support the CEO with new business pitches and proposals. 
  • Champion the use of our CRM platform, and manage our database. 
  • Drive brand awareness of Motherland as a whole, and build referral pathways for Motherland Village.

What Motherland can offer you:

  • Flexible working-from-home arrangements 
  • A nimble start-up culture
  • A small but ambitious team
  • Fun, inclusive and supportive culture


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