Recruitment and consultancy

Current vacancies from partners or members of London Funders

London Community Foundation - Head of Grant Operations

Location: London 
Salary: £45,000 - £47,000
Closing Date: 2nd December
Application Link: here

Reporting into the Director of Grants and Impact, The Head of Grant Operations roles support the delivery of quality efficient and effective operations to ensure delivery of LCF's objectives. Key deliverables include grant operations management, donor relationship and account management, people management, and senior programme management as a key member of the middle management team. As a Head of Grant Operations your role will include overseeing grant operations processes, donor relationship management, staff development and bespoke project and programme management. You will have the opportunity to develop and continuously improve operational standards leading a small team to ensure the delivery of high quality, efficient and effective grants and donor relationship management.

London Community Foundation - Programme Manager

Location: London 
Salary: circa £30,000
Closing Date: 4th December
Application Link: here 

Are you an experienced grant maker looking for a fantastic new role with the London Community Foundation? Do you want to maximise your personal impact whilst thriving in a fast-paced environment? In this role you will be leading a portfolio of grant programmes and working closely with both donors and beneficiary organisations. You’ll enjoy complex stakeholder management and be a confident communicator. You will be somebody who has excellent assessment and analytical skills, an ability to read and interpret financial accounts, to synthesise and interpret information and strong written skills. If this sounds like you, please apply!

National Lottery Community Fund - Senior Head of UK Portfolio

Location: London
Salary: Circa £70,000
Closing Date: 24th November
Application Link: Here
In this role you will lead the strategic direction and management of the UK Portfolio, with an annual budget of c£60m it funds UK wide ideas and projects. It tests and grows bold ideas that put people in the lead to address long-term social issues and improve the quality of life across the UK and internationally. Leading a team of 30 expert colleagues who manage several highly complex national and international grants to ensure effective operational delivery, the role will also require you to work closely with the Fund's SMT and other directorates to develop strategy for the portfolio that adheres to the Funds overall strategic framework.

Rocket Science - Project Officer

Location: London
Salary: £22,000 - £26,000
Closing Date: 15th November
Application Link: Here

A chance to join an independent policy, research and grants management consultancy working for the public, charity and private sectors. Our grant programmes all focus on the four areas of work at the heart of Rocket Science:  Charity and Civil Society; Health and Social Care; Poverty and Housing; and Employability.  This is an exciting opportunity to join a growing grants team working with clients and grantees alike to add value and deliver high quality, high profile programmes mainly pan London.

City Bridge Trust - Data Analyst

Location: London
Salary: £29,250 - £32,910
Closing Date: 5th December
Application Link: Here

Join the City Bridge Trust’s new impact and learning team

About us

Managed by the City of London Corporation, City Bridge Trust is London’s largest independent funder. We make approximately 200 multi-year grant awards a year, totalling £20m, with the goal of reducing inequalities and growing stronger, more resilient communities in London. We also provide non-financial support for grant holders. We’re keen to ensure we make the best use of our funds and that means collecting, analysing, using and sharing evidence drawn from our grant-making and wider philanthropic activities.

The role

Joining our newly established Impact and Learning Team, you’ll build on current data analytics systems and help to shape a dedicated function. This is a role that will grow with you as you improve the depth of our analysis and use it to inform internal learning and decision-making. You will also help us integrate external data and insights to better understand our findings and anticipate trends. We want to be confident in the quality of our data and in how we draw conclusions, share insights and benchmark what we find.
Please see the Job Information Pack.

About you

You’ll bring sound experience of working in an analytics role, where you’ll have determined data methodologies and provided detailed analysis and insights to shape organisational decision-making. Experience of scoping and managing data analytics projects is key. Your engaging communications style mean you can ‘tell the story’ behind data and clearly convey technical concepts to non-specialists, both in writing and in person. Like us, you’ll be passionate about the value of data as an asset that can drive social change.
The CBT team works flexibly and welcomes applications on the basis of job share. 
We’re committed to equal opportunities at The City of London, and we welcome applications from all sections of the community.

Camden Giving - Administrator (9 month contract with the possibility of extension) 

Location: London
Salary: £24,000
Closing Date: 6th December
Application Link: here

We are looking for someone to join the Camden Giving team at a busy and exciting moment as we enter our 3rd year as a charity and invest more than £4million into grassroots community action. This varied role involves elements of administration, office management and grants support. We are happy to receive applications from candidates who share our commitment to making Camden a fair place for everyone. 
Full training will be provided if required and we are happy to hear from people with no experience of working at a charity, candidates will need to demonstrate their ability to perform administrative tasks to a high standard. We welcome applications from Camden residents and/or applicants with lived experience of the issues we are overcoming. 

360 Giving - Chief Executive Officer

Location: London
Salary: £60,000-£65,000
Closing Date: 17th November 
Application Link: here

The Role
As CEO you have overall responsibility for all aspects of managing the organisation, furthering our mission, and working with and reporting to the board.
The Person
We are seeking a candidate who has worked within or is familiar with the grantmaking sector and has an interest in open data and its potential. As primary ambassador for the organisation you will have strong interpersonal skills and be able to build relationships with key partners, including at senior levels within government and in trusts and foundations. As leader, you will have experience of financial and operational management and fundraising.

Wimbledon Foundation - Grants and Community Officer

Location: Wimbledon
Salary: Competitive
Closing Date: 25th November
Application Link: here

We're looking for a Grants & Community Officer to deliver Wimbledon Foundation grant making and community programmes, working closely with the Grants & Community Manager.
Local grant funds support charities working in Merton and Wandsworth and include Health & Wellbeing- addressing health inequalities, Get Set, Get Active- supporting community sport; and the wide-ranging Community Fund. The Wimbledon Foundation also funds the Wimbledon Junior Tennis Initiative (WJTI), Learning programmes in conjunction with the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum, and has funding partnerships with WaterAid & Magic Bus internationally.

London Borough of Lewisham - Various

Location: Lewisham

Lewisham Council is currently recruiting to a range of exciting roles across the Culture and Community Development Division to support a dynamic assets based approach to working with our residents and wider community:

•           Community Development Service Manager (£51,133 - £55,233) - permanent

•           Third Sector Manager (£47,274 - £49,203) - permanent

•           Community Development Officer x 2.5 (£39,543 - £41,460) - full time posts are one year fixed term

•           Grants Officer - £31,434 - £32,577 - permanent

Imperial Health Charity - Fund Engagment Manager

Location: London
Salary: £32,000 - £36,000 per annum
Closing Date: 17 November
Application Link: Here

We're looking for a highly-organised and enthusiastic individual to join our recently-expanded and dynamic grants team. This new role is an exciting opportunity to be a key player within Imperial Health Charity during year one of our new three-year strategy supporting the five hospitals of the Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust in north west London.

Special purpose funds are donor-gifted funds, each with a specific purpose to support a particular hospital ward, department, area of research, service or group of patients within the Trust’s hospitals. There are two types of special purpose fund: those managed directly by the charity’s trustees (trustee-controlled funds); and those managed by NHS staff under delegated authority (fund adviser funds). This post has specific responsibility for the stewardship and management of these funds and will act as the key liaison contact between the charity and Trust staff.

How to apply:

To find out more about the role, download the Fund Engagement Manager job pack here.
To apply, please complete our application form and send it to francesca.ferro@imperialcharity.org.uk.
Please note, we reserve the right to close applications early if we receive a high volume of applications.

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