Recruitment and consultancy

Current vacancies from partners or members of London Funders

London Funders: Team Coordinator and Executive Assistant

Salary: £24,000 (£30,000 pro-rata) 
Location: London
Closing Date: Midday 22nd October

“This is a great job, as part of a wonderful team, where everyone’s passionate about making a positive difference to the city we love”. We think this, and we hope it’s something you’ll say as well if you come and join us as our Team Coordinator and Executive Assistant, acting as the glue in our team and helping to get things done. Click here for a full job description. 
We need someone who can be the glue in the team, who can make things happen and help us to deliver our work to a standard we can all be proud of. This role is crucial to us in ensuring that everything runs smoothly – from being the friendly first point of contact for the team, helping to manage our diaries so we use our time effectively, and keeping the office running, through to organising the logistics of our events and supporting our work with our members so that we continue to deliver what’s needed for London.
You’ll bring your skills and experience at effective office administration to help run our systems – from using programs you’ll be familiar with (Microsoft Office software), to others that might be new to you (including Salesforce and QuickBooks) where we can provide you with training and support to use them effectively. Your excellent communication and interpersonal skills will help you to work as part of our small team, as well as with the colleagues in our member organisations you’ll be meeting at our events. You’ll soon find that no two days are the same, so whilst some elements of the job will be fairly routine (from diary management to taking minutes at meetings), you’ll also thrive on the variety of things you can get involved in, using your prioritisation skills to help you stay focused on achieving great things as part of our friendly team. 
If you’re interested in the role we just need you to send us your CV, together with a covering letter (no more than two sides of A4) that explains how your skills, experience and knowledge meet the criteria in the attached person specification. We’d also like you to fill in a diversity monitoring form, which will be detached from your CV/letter on receipt, and used to help us ensure that we’re reaching the full diversity of London’s communities with our recruitment.
When you’re ready, send your CV, covering letter and diversity monitoring form to grace.perry@londonfunders.org.uk – you can also contact us on that email address if you have any queries, or call us on 020 7255 4488. We look forward to hearing from you!

London Marathon Charitable Trust - Administrative Assistant

Salary: £23,000
Location: London
Application Link: Here

Key responsibilities of the role include:
​General Administrative Support
​Supporting the effective and efficient day-to-day operations of the LMCT Team by:
  • ​Being first point of contact at LMCT for all general queries received via telephone and email (including managing the info@ and strategic@ email inboxes).
  • ​Taking accurate minutes of Grants Committee meetings and relevant sections of Trustee meetings, and coordinating input from the team as required for all internal meetings.
  • ​Organising external meetings with partners and stakeholders as required.
  • ​Supporting the Data & Insights Officer and Governance Manager with managing LMCT’s online and hard-copy filing systems.
  • ​Coordinating the weekly LMCT update to all staff within the London Marathon Group.
  • ​Supporting senior leadership (Executive Director, Facilities Grants Lead) with administrative tasks as required, including some diary management.
  • Grants Administration
​Supporting the effective and efficient administration of LMCT’s grant-making and Grants Team by:
  • ​Organising and minuting Grants Team meetings and recording key actions, and any other internal team meetings as required.
  • ​Serving as the first point of contact for applicants, grantees, and stakeholders, providing initial advice and guidance.
  • ​Undertaking basic due diligence checks on organisations/projects and assessing their eligibility.
  • ​Supporting with day-to-day correspondence with grantees, including grant agreements, progress reporting, impact reporting and invites to meetings/events.
  • ​Coordinating the grant agreement sign-off process.
  • ​Supporting the grant payment process, including coordinating the approval process and working with the Finance Team to ensure grants are paid.
  • Supporting the Grants Team to keep LMCT’s funding database up to date and accurate.
  • Supporting the planning and organisation of webinars for grantees, partners and stakeholders (including administration of LMCT’s Strategic Partners Forum)
Other Responsibilities
  • Supporting the planning and delivery of team events, away days and other social activities, including team birthdays.
  • Liaising with London Marathon Events as required regarding Group events and activities.
  • Attendance at LME/LMCT all staff meetings.

Media Trust - Communications Manager

Salary: £32,000
Location: London
Closing Date: 25th October
Application Link: Here

This is an exciting and wide-ranging role for a creative communications professional, with extensive experience and skills in copy writing and copy editing. We are looking for someone who has creative flair and can manage integrated communications and campaigns that appeal to a diverse set of stakeholders. This role would suit someone with a good understanding and experience of the UK charity sector and a passion for equalities and inclusion. We are looking for a confident and energetic addition to our small but ambitious team, to help take Media Trust’s marketing and communications to the next level, engaging more charities, communities, young people and the media and creative industry with our work and impact.

Guy's and St Thomas' Foundation - Internal Communications Manager

Salary: £40,000-£45,000
Location; London
Closing Date: 18th October
Application Link: Here

We are a growing organisation on a mission to build the foundations of a healthier society.​ We are nurturing a culture where feedback flows, diversity is valued, and everyone is supported to bring their full selves to work.  
In this new role, you will help us take a step-change in how we use internal communications to help achieve our ambitious goals. You will drive the creation and delivery of our first ever internal communications strategy to lead staff engagement, and to support the success of our new brands and the delivery of our bold People strategy. You will be joining at a time of unique change as we move from off-site working to a hybrid model post-pandemic, ready to champion our new brand voice and help develop internal editorial styles. You will thrive in combining being hands-on with strategic thinking and at prioritising multiple projects deadlines and quickly building relationships across the organisation. Above all, you will be a people person and a model for our values of being enterprising, collaborative and delivery-minded. 

Social Tech Trust - Various

Application Link: Here

Our vision is now more critical than ever before. The pandemic has exposed huge inequality across society, and technology is key to shaping a more equal, inclusive and empowering future for everyone.
Following a strategic review and building on over 12 successful years nurturing social tech innovation, we’re strengthening our organisation to pursue our vision of a world where social transformation drives tech.
We’re recruiting for three new leadership roles to deliver our ambitious growth strategy, specifically in designing and delivering an innovative new investment fund and building multi-year social tech partnerships, to sustain our long-term impact.
This is a unique and exciting opportunity to join a newly formed leadership team within an organisation which spans multiple sectors.

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