We are seeking to recruit an enthusiastic individual to join our Grants Team.
Permanent, either 3 or 4 days per week (21/28hrs).
Salary: £48,719 – 56,891 per annum (pro rata for part-time)
Closing date for applications: Deadline extended to Monday 30th March 2020, 1pm
Interview date: Friday 24th April 2020
We are seeking to recruit a Grants Manager to join our team. We are looking for someone with a keen interest in tackling the root causes of poverty and inequality in the capital, and a commitment to enabling people with first-hand experience of these issues to be at the forefront of campaigns for change.
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 and an understanding of relevant social policy issues.
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: community development; low pay and economic inequality; research – especially quantitative analysis, and/or social investments.
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If you would like an informal discussion about this role, please contact Sioned Churchill, Director of Grants, or Manny Hothi, Director of Policy, on 020 7606 6145.
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