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GRANTS MANAGER (NOW CLOSED)

Salary £32,000 per annum (FTE)

3 – 4 days per week (flexible)

Based in central York

The Friends Provident Foundation is looking for an experienced Grants Manager to lead the grants function at the Foundation.

We need an experienced grant-maker, people manager and systematic thinker to help us move our strategy forward. You will help assess proposals, review projects, take a lead in programme development as well as maintain close links with our partners.

You will need to have demonstrable grant assessment and management experience, excellent written and verbal skills and a real commitment to addressing fundamental social issues. Experience and understanding of the not for profit sector is essential. Knowledge and understanding of ethical issues relating to financial systems or the economy would be an advantage. Balancing the ability to work independently with effective team work will be key to success at the Foundation.

The post is for 3-4 days per week, based in York and the applicant would be expected to travel within the UK from time to time.

Depending on applicant; flexible working arrangements are available. We are committed to equality of opportunity and welcome applicants from all age groups and backgrounds.

If you would like an informal discussion, please contact Danielle Walker Palmour, the Foundation Director (danielle.walker@friendsprovidentfoundation.org,uk) or 01904 629675.

If you would like to join the Foundation’s grants team, a copy of the application pack can be obtained here or call us on 01904 629675 if you would like a hard copy.

Applications should be made by 27 February 2017.

Interviews for short-listed candidates will be held on 8-9 March 2017 at the Foundation’s offices in central York.

 

 

 

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