Recruitment and consultancy

Current vacancies from partners or members of London Funders

Homeless Link - Enterprise Development Manager

Location: London
Salary: £35,652.00
Closing Date: 28th May
Application Link: here

Join a small team at the forefront of innovation in the social investment field promoting enterprise business models in the homelessness sector.
Homeless Link is the national membership charity for frontline homelessness agencies and the wider housing with health, care and support sector in England.  With more than 700 members, it works to improve services and campaign for policy change that will help end homelessness and ensure that everyone has a place to call home and the support they need to keep it.
Provided through the Growth Fund, Homeless Link's Social Investment Fund has £2.8m to invest in charities and social enterprises across England working to reduce homelessness. As the Enterprise Development Manager, you will actively develop new and existing contacts within the homelessness sector and identify a range of potentially successful and replicable business models for the sector.  With excellent knowledge of the political and policy context in which voluntary and community sector business operates, an understanding of different types of charity finance and effective service delivery that achieves social impact, you will also share Homeless Link's mission to end homelessness.

City Bridge Trust - Freelance Grants Assessors

Location: London
Application Link: here

The City Bridge Trust would like to increase the number of freelance assessors it works with. Are you an experienced grants assessor / grants manager? In which case, City Bridge Trust would like to hear from you! The City Bridge Trust is especially interested in hearing from people who have:
• Proven experience in assessing, managing, monitoring and evaluating grants in either a grant-making trust or a public grant-maker.
• Excellent knowledge of the voluntary sector and issues affecting their development.
• Sound understanding of funding issues affecting the voluntary sector.
• An understanding of and commitment to equal opportunities in relation to funding.
• Sound understanding of charity accounting.
Further information can be obtained from Jenny Field and CVs from interested people should also be sent to her at

Islington Giving - Digital Communications Officer (p/t)

Location: London
Salary: £26,080 - £29,049 a year pro rata for 21 hours per week
Closing Date: 6th June, 10am
Application Link: here

Islington is a place of vibrancy and opportunity, but one in every three children here live in poverty. And Islington has one of the worst depression rates of any London borough.
Islington Giving is looking for someone to help tell these stories, generate more support, and communicate why everyone living and working in Islington should get involved in tackling poverty and inequality.
Islington Giving is made up of local residents, businesses, charities and funders, addressing local issues by sharing resources and ideas. It is a restricted fund of Cripplegate Foundation, an independent charity addressing poverty and inequality in Islington and parts of the City of London.
This is a great opportunity to develop your career in charity communications and would be suitable for someone with flexible-working needs (perhaps returning to work), or someone at an earlier stage of their career who would like to make use of their excellent digital marketing skills to make a difference locally.
Islington Giving is looking for someone who will enjoy finding solutions to communications and fundraising challenges in the digital space.

Cloudesley - Grants Manager

Location: London
Salary: £42,000
Closing date: 3rd June
Application Link: here

Cloudesley is looking for a Grants Manager to join its small team in Islington.
This is an exciting time to consider joining Cloudesley.  Cloudesley has been transformed in recent years and is now looking ahead, reviewing its existing grant programmes, assets and resources to ensure that the charity continues to bring significant benefit to Islington’s residents, community and Church of England churches into the future. It has a grants budget of £1 million for 2019/20 and, over the coming years, plans to gradually increase the level of grants made. Cloudesley is looking for an experienced Grants Manager who can help to do this effectively.
The Grants Manager position is an interesting and varied role, which involves fostering strong relationships with a wide range of partners, helping to develop new initiatives and supporting a diverse portfolio of funded organisations.

City Bridge Trust - Funding Manager (12 month FTC)

Location: London
Salary: £38,730 - £43,900
Closing date: 22nd May
Application link: here
This is an exciting opportunity to work at the heart of the Corporation's charitable funder, City Bridge Trust (CBT).
As a Funding Manager, you will make a significant contribution towards the successful delivery of CBT's charitable funding strategy to tackle inequality in London and enable every individual and community to thrive. 
You will assess applications to CBT for charitable support to tackle inequality in London: considering the potential to increase impact through the Trust's evolving 'Funder Plus' offer and implementing the Trust's 'total assets approach' to use the full range of funding, knowledge, networks and expertise available through CBT and the City of London Corporation; and make recommendations to Members to guide their funding decisions.
You will manage an interesting and diverse portfolio of charitable funding agreements and ensure that the monitoring and evaluation are carried out; distilling any learning from the portfolio in line with the Trust's Learning and Impact strategy.
The closing date for applications is 12 noon on Wednesday 22 May 2019.

Greater London Authority - Policy & Projects Officer- Culture at Risk

Location: London
Salary: £43,517
Closing Date: 26th May
Application Link: here

The Mayor of London has exciting plans for the Culture and the Creative Industries sector. This is a great opportunity to be part of a passionate team, delivering a wide variety of projects, shaping the cultural agenda for London helping the creative workforce to thrive. This role will focus on protecting and growing London’s cultural infrastructure, including music venues, community assets, theatres, artist studios, pubs, LGBT+ spaces, night clubs and heritage buildings.
You will carry out casework on a range of culture at risk cases. This will involve research, mediation and problem solving as well as production of resources and guidance. You will develop relationships with a range of stakeholders including local authority planning, licensing, regeneration and culture teams, community and voluntary organisations, businesses, other GLA teams, TfL and the Police. You will work with artists, venue managers, developers, voluntary groups, campaigns and agencies including Historic England, the Theatres Trust and the Music Venue Trust.  
You will have very strong organisational and communications skills and be able to work to tight deadlines in a high-pressure political environment. You will have a sound working knowledge of local government structures and functions in London preferably including experience of working with planning and licensing systems. You will have experience producing clear and concise reports, briefings, analysis and recommendations.

NPC - Various

Location: London
Application Link: here

NPC are recruiting for a Head of Digital Innovation and a Deputy Head of Measurement and Evaluation Team (Maternity Cover). If you share NPC's passion for making the efforts, energy and resources of charities have a greater impact, then this is the right place for you

Camden Giving - Admin and Grants Support (Maternity Cover)

Location: London
Salary £20,000-£30,000
Closing Date: 27th May
Application Link: here

Camden Giving is looking for one (or more) people to join the team at a busy and exciting moment as enters its 3rd year as a charity and invests more than £3million into grassroots community action. This varied role involves elements of administration, office management and grants support. Camden Giving is happy to receive applications from candidates who share its commitment to making Camden a fair place for everyone. 
Full training will be provided if required and Camden Gviing is happy to hear from people with no experience of working at a charity. It welcomes applications from Camden residents and/or applicants with lived experience of the issues it is overcoming. 
Applicants should send the following to Camden Giving by midnight on the 27th May 2019: 
  • a copy of their CV,  
  • a cover letter explaining why you are interested in this role and what relevant skills or experience you have 
  • salary expectations 
  • how many days per week you wish to work 

Guys and St Thomas' Charity - Various

Location: London 
Application Link: here

Guys and St Thomas' Charity are looking for two new Programme Directors (Air Pollution and Adolescent Mental Health), a Senior Accountant and a Trust Funding Manager to join the team. These roles offer a unique opportunity to work for one of the UK's largest charitable foundations - and contribute towards reducing health inequalities in the London Boroughs of Lambeth and Southwark. 

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