Recruitment and consultancy

Current vacancies from partners or members of London Funders

Cloudesley- Anniversary Project & Grants Officer

Location: London
Salary: £36,000 (part time- 22.5 hours)
Closing Date: 5th July 2017
Application Link: here

From July 2017 to June 2018, Cloudesley will celebrate the 500th anniversary of benefactor Richard Cloudesley’s legacy.  To mark the anniversary, it is launching an additional Anniversary Grants Programme and arranging a number of celebratory events and activities. 
The Anniversary Grants Programme includes a Sustainable Church Buildings Project, with environmental audits, a related funding stream and learning programme.  Cloudsley is looking for a part-time Anniversary Project & Grants Officer to help deliver this project and support other aspects of itsgrant-making and anniversary activities.  Cloudsley is keen to appoint someone to this role as soon as possible.
For further details, including information about how to apply, please see the Recruitment Pack and Application Form.

Inclusion Barnet/Barnet Giving- Communications Officer

Location: London
Salary: £4050 (3 month part-time contract)
Application Link: here

Inclusion Barnet is looking for an experienced communications specialist to help build its communications capacity, put in place effective communications strategies, and carry out targeted communication campaigns for key services/projects – both for Barnet Giving and its wider work. Working in the rapidly changing environment of health and social care, Inclusion Barnet is developing its services in response to changing needs and changing public provision. Inclusion Barnet is currently building a new advice and advocacy service to start in the autumn once Peer Support Brokerage reverts to the local authority. It has also been leading on a new placed-based giving scheme, Barnet Giving, and setting up a new membership service through our trading subsidiary.
To make these projects succeed, Inclusion Barnet needs expert communications capacity, with a focus on copywriting and digital communications/social media. It needs someone with a track record of leading on communications work; delivering targeted communication projects; an understanding of the voluntary sector; and a passion for the work it does in community activism, equalities and inclusion. You would be working closely with the Barnet Giving Team and the CEO who have related expertise and experience; and an external designer on the design of key materials. There are no dedicated communications staff, however, and you will have to be ready to be hands-on with everything from copy-writing to lay-out to tweeting and data management.

Rosa- Chair of Trustees

Location: London
Salary: Voluntary
Closing Date: 30th June 2017
Application Link: here

Rosa is the first and only UK Fund dedicated to supporting women and girls and it is looking for a dynamic new Chair who shares its ambition. Rosa connects, champions and invests to bring about change. The projects it supports enable better representation and leadership, increased safety, improved health and wellbeing and economic equality for women and girls.
Rosa's board is comprised of dedicated and skilled individuals from a range of backgrounds and expertise, and it is now seeking a passionate and committed Chair who will provide strong leadership for the board.
The successful candidate will have senior level experience, credibility and legitimacy with all stakeholders who include the corporate and business sector; the foundation and voluntary sector and government. They will also be a strategic thinker and a change maker with experience of being on boards.
Click here for a recruitment and information pack.

Young Westminster Foundation- Development Manager

Location: London
Salary: £35,000
Closing Date: 23rd June 2017
Application Link: here

This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced professional to join the recently formed Young Westminster Foundation as a Development Manager. A varied role, you will be helping create an innovative new organisation and make a real difference to young people’s lives.
A membership organisation, the Development Manager will help build and manage the membership base and create strong consortia.  You will have tenacity and drive, leading large scale funding applications and working with corporates and individuals to leverage investment.
The Young Westminster Foundation is seeking a passionate and highly skilled individual into an exciting and flexible environment which offers excellent prospects as the charity develops.
Click here for a job description

If you are a London Funders member, and would like to advertise a vacancy, please get in touch with Geraldine