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Public Sector Client Executive

  • Salary:£30,497 (inclusive of ILWA)
  • Location:20 Great Dover Street, London SE1 / hybrid working
  • Job type:Full time, permanent
  • Closing date:27 May 2022, 5.00 pm

Carers UK is looking for a Public Sector Client Executive to help grow our business offer in the public sector. 

The pandemic has really shone a light on what Britain’s unpaid carers do and with as many as one in four of us now providing care we believe we have a burning platform to bring about change, as well as provide carers with the support they need.

The Public Sector Client Executive will support the Business Development and Innovation team to develop, deliver and grow income from Carers UK’s products and services - including the Employers for Carers forum and the Digital Resource for Carers - focusing on public sector clients, primarily health bodies and local authorities.  

About you

You will be collaborative and have excellent communication skills and be highly confident in approaching and building rapport with prospective and existing public sector clients. You will have the ability to prioritise and manage a combination of different tasks, and to work effectively and efficiently to tight deadlines.

About the role 

Carers UK’s Business Development and Innovation team develops and delivers a range of digital products and services for unpaid carers. You will be a self-starter who will assist the business development team to develop, deliver and grow its earned income activities in the public sector. You will carry out prospects research to support new business development, while providing support to existing clients and building relationships through active client engagement. You will receive relevant training, guidance and coaching.

We are a truly inclusive team, we offer flexibility and we live and breathe our values. We are Attentive, Ambitious Achievers.

Diversity and inclusion

Carers UK is committed to becoming a diverse and truly inclusive organisation. We strive to create a workplace where our colleagues and volunteers can truly be themselves and feel like they belong and constantly seek to ensure all voices are heard. 

To embrace this culture of diversity, our employee and volunteer recruitment should reflect our stakeholders and the society that we serve and support, regardless of age, race, gender, sexual orientation, physical abilities, disabilities or religious practices. We value individual diversity and are actively building diverse teams here at Carers UK and value our colleagues from a wide range of backgrounds.

As a membership charity for carers, we particularly seek employees and volunteers with a real understanding of the issues faced by carers. Reasonable adjustments can be made to the process and role dependent on the needs of the applicant.   

How to apply

At Carers UK we want our application process to be as accessible as possible. If you need any adjustments to apply please email the recruitment team to discuss.  

The closing date for applications is Friday 27 May 2022 at 5pm

Interviews will be held week commencing Monday 30 May 2022

Personal statement (no more than two sides of A4), CV, personal details form and completed monitoring form should be emailed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. The information on the diversity monitoring form will be treated as confidential and used for statistical purposes only.

Carers UK anonymises all applications prior to shortlisting.

Carers UK reserves the right to appoint at any stage, should an outstanding candidate emerge.

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