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Business Development Manager


Hours:            22.5 hours per week – Equivalent to 3 days per week, based on a 37.5-hour week. Core hours Monday to Friday are expected but flexitime is considered, in agreement with line manager.

Salary:            £27,000- £30,000 Pro Rata/ £16,200 – £18,000 Per Annum  (Dependent on Experience)

Location:        Sight Concern’s offices or home based


Closing date: Tuesday 16th February

Interviews: Thursday 25th February


We are recruiting for a Business Development Manager to join our Senior Management Team. This is a new role reporting into the CEO and represents an exciting opportunity to have a real impact on the work we do, and the lives of people affected by sight loss.


For more information please download the application pack

Application Form

To apply please complete the Application Form

Application Form

Applications should be marked as Private and Confidential and either:

Emailed to

Or posted to:

Mrs. K. Wakefield, P.A to the CEO

Sight Concern Worcestershire

The Bradbury Centre

2 Sansome Walk





Sight Concern Worcestershire

The Bradbury Centre, 2 Sansome Walk, Worcester, WR1 1LH

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