Recruitment and consultancy

Current vacancies from partners or members of London Funders

Guys and St Thomas' Charity - Various

Location: London
Application Link: here

Guys and St Thomas' Charity is looking for a new Trust Funding Director, Digital Communications Manager and Finance Assistant. It is also tendering for a Research Partner to support its Multiple Long-Term Conditions programme. These roles will all support Guys and St Thomas' purpose to work with Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust and other partners to improve the health of people in the London boroughs of Lambeth and Southwark.

Big Alliance - Project Manager (Education)

Location: London
Salary: £28,000 – £34,000
Closing Date: 1st February
Application Link: here

Established in 2012, BIG Alliance aims to make community investment easier, more effective and more rewarding for its business members. It is a subsidiary of the East London Business Alliance – a registered charity that has been supporting the social and economic regeneration of east London for 29 years.
Purpose of the job: To be responsible for supporting the key aims and deliverables of the Mentoring Works grant agreement with Islington Giving and other funders. The key deliverables of the programme are to: develop strong relationships with the selected institutions; recruit students and engage business volunteers as mentors; provide robust safeguarding and deliver a robust impact evaluation of the programme. You will do this through managing relationships with schools, BIG Alliance member companies, employee volunteers (mentors) and students (mentees). You will be required to support other members of the Mentoring Works team and your colleagues in the BIG Alliance as and when required.

New Philanthropy Capital - Various

Location: London
Application Link: here

NPC is looking for a new Director of Consulting, Communications Manager, Senior Consultant and Consultant. 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.

Toynbee Hall - Head of Fundraising

Location: London
Salary: £50,000
Closing Date: 4th February
Application Link: here

Toynbee Hall is looking for an exceptional Head of Fundraising to join our diverse and committed team. Reporting directly to the Chief Executive, you will be a successful talented fundraiser, with experience of securing and growing substantial funds for vital work in communities. You’ll know how important diversifying income is, along with building and maintaining great relationships – and you’ll be able to show you can do both to a high level. You’ll be keen to learn and develop your skills, and play a key role in our Senior Management Team; and you will be a confident leader, able to support and develop a talented team of five. 

Southwark Giving - Community Investment Officer

Location: London
Salary: £30,000 pro-rata (can be a full time or part time position)
Closing Date: 25th January
Application Link: here 

Community Southwark is very pleased to announce that it has an exciting opportunity within the Southwark Giving programme! Southwark Giving is looking for a passionate and experienced Community Investment Officer to become part of the team as it continues to develop:
The purpose of the role is to:
  • Oversee engaging fundraising activities, volunteer programmes and giving network activities
  • Work with SME and community sectors to secure funding and promote Southwark Giving through meaningful engagement to help meet the most pressing local community needs

Local Trust - Research Manager

Location: London
Salary: £31,000 to £39,000
Closing Date: 31st January
Application Link: here

This is a new role leading on managing contracts with researchers and research organisations to ensure that the Local Trust gets the most out of the work it commissions. You will develop briefs, monitor and shape emerging research findings, and ensure that they are presented in ways that generate maximum impact, including through a major new biennial Community Research Conference funded by Local Trust, which will be launched in 2019.
Local Trust's research team uses rigorous qualitative and quantitative methods to draw learning from the Big Local programme. Over the last two years, it has significantly expanded the team giving greater capacity to deliver on research ambitions. Given the scale the Local Trust's activity and growing external profile, this could be a career-defining role.

City Bridge Trust - Volunteering Manager

Location: London
Salary: up to £48,000
Closing Date: 21st January
Application Link: here

This is a great opportunity for a passionate and strategic self-starter to increase the scale and impact of the volunteering enabled through the City Corporation. Based in the City Corporation’s charitable funder, City Bridge Trust, but working across a broad range of different departments, you will drive the successful implementation and monitoring of the Corporate Volunteering Strategy 2018-23, and deliver its vision of a positive volunteering culture which support volunteers and their beneficiaries to flourish in the Square Mile, London and beyond.

Westway Trust - Environment Manager

Location: London
Salary: £32,000 - £35,000
Application Link: here

Reporting to the Associate Director Community Engagement and Environment you will develop and manage a range of environmental programmes in line with Westway Trust’s overall strategy.
You will take responsibility for the development and delivery of a number of initiatives that contribute to Westway Trust’s environmental wellbeing strategy including environmental education, behavioural change programmes and improving the environmental performance of the Trust’s physical infrastructure.

Westway Trust - Director of Property and Place

Location: London
Salary: £75,000 - £80,000
Application Link: here

The Director of Property and Place will oversee investment in the sustainable development, management and maintenance of the Trust’s estate. The Westway Trust estate lies close to the Grenfell Tower, and since the tragedy of the fire, The Westway Trust has responded to the heightened expectations of the local community and renewed the way it delivers capital development projects and manage our spaces.  This position will play a leading and crucial role ensuring that practices and approaches to asset development and management are sensitive and responsive to community needs, and that the community is involved and can inclusively and wholeheartedly participate in the planning and development of spaces on the estate.

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