We are seeking to recruit 2x Grants Managers, an Evaluation and Learning Manager and a Communications Officer.

Trust for London is an independent charitable foundation. We aim to tackle poverty and inequality in London and we do this by: funding voluntary and charity groups – currently we make grants totalling around £8.5 million a year and at any one time we are supporting up to 300 organisations; funding independent research; and providing knowledge and expertise on London’s social issues to policymakers and journalists.

We are seeking to recruit: 

Grants Managers (Permanent) (2 full-time equivalent posts)

Full-time (35 hours per week) or Part-time (21 hours per week) 

Salary:  £47,531 - £55,504 per annum (pro rata for part time)

Location: Moorgate

Closing date: Thursday 25th October 2018 at 1pm.

Interview dates: Friday 23rd November 2018 and 28th November 2018

We are seeking to recruit enthusiastic people to join our Grants Team on a full time or part time basis. You will need at least three years’ experience of project management at a senior level in the voluntary and community sector, preferably in London. You will also need to have good analytical and communication skills, an understanding of social policy issues relevant to poverty and inequality, and a keen interest in promoting social justice.  

In addition to grants assessments and management, Grant Managers are expected to undertake proactive work in the programme areas identified as priorities for the Trust, in its mission to tackle poverty and inequality.  We are looking for experience and skills in one or more of these areas: Disability and Race equality; Low pay and economic inequality; Research – especially quantitative analysis.

More details about how to apply here.

Learning and Evaluation Manager (Permanent)

Part-time (21 hrs per week)   

Salary: £47,531- £55,504 per annum, pro-rata

Location: Moorgate

Closing date: Thursday 25th October 2018 at 1pm.

Interview dates: 28th November 2018

We are seeking to recruit a Learning and Evaluation Manager on a part-time basis. This is a new role that has been created to enable us to learn from the work we are funding and to support grantees in their own data collection and learning.  Key tasks will include: collating evidence from grantee evaluation reports, and synthesising the findings so that they can be applied to the Trust’s work; providing support to grantees in data collection and learning; and assisting with the organising of learning events.

You will need to have at least three years’ experience of supporting organisations in the voluntary and community sector in evaluating and learning from their work. You will need to have excellent analytical and communication skills, including the ability to produce concise written reports, as well as an understanding of social policy issues relevant to poverty and inequality.

More details about how to apply here.

For an informal discussion about any of these roles, please contact Sioned Churchill

or Manny Hothi on 020 7606 6145.

Communications Officer

Salary:  £27,785 to £33,000 with generous pension and leave allowance

Full-time (35 hours per week) 

Location: Moorgate

Closing date: Midnight Monday 22nd October 

Interview date: Wednesday 14th November

We are looking for a Communications Officer who will help us increase the impact of the work we fund by getting our messages and research out through our comms channels, especially social media.

More details about to apply here.

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