Trust & Grant Officer
c £21-24,000, full time 6 months, possibly leading to permanent position
Our work-based mentoring model transforms the lives of young people aged 16 to 19; those who cannot cope with the school/college environment, often because of multiple other pressures and lack of support in their lives. By individually matching each young person to a small employer, they are coached into the realities and expectations of the world of work, and indeed adulthood. It is a working rite of passage!
As the Trust & Grant Officer you will:
• Be confident in researching prospects for major trust programme
• Have a good track record of successful applications to Trusts and Foundations
• Be competent in providing grant reports for funders
• Be an experienced relationship builder with funders
• Have excellent organisational, communication and interpersonal skills
• Have an interest in youth employment
Deadline: 12 noon, Monday 26th June. Interviews to be held on Thursday 29th & Friday 30th June 2017
Please submit your completed application, along with an equal opportunities monitoring form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Finance: an individual with financial management experience, preferably with charity sector knowledge, who can work with non-financial managers and trustees to ensure the figures serve the charity’s needs. The person should be able to help with financial strategy, budgets, forecasts and management accounts, and generally support WorkingRite in the area of financial management.
Fundraising: an individual with an understanding of the fundraising sector, and has knowledge and experience of accessing influential networks. The person should have knowledge to impart on networking, strategic and corporate partnerships and making introductions to & engaging major donors and trustees.
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