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CISWO - The Coal Mining Charity
Mansfield
£34,704 per year
CISWO is a national charity looking for a Development Manager (South) to provide support and guidance to other mining related charities.

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Mansfield, Nottinghamshire
£34,704 per year
Contract, Full-time
This recruiter is scheduling interviews as the applications come in. So apply now!
Job description

THE JOB: You will support smaller organisations through advice and guidance with regards to development opportunities, sustainability, and funding and governance issues.

Duties will include:

  • Providing support for mining charities across the South England Region with regards to development opportunities, sustainability, funding and governance issues.
  • To provide secretariat services to related regional grant making charities.
  • To support charities to develop business plans and budgeting.
  • To contribute to the development of organisations support offer for other charities, seeking new methods of supporting local trustees.
  • To promote organisations support offer, undertaking site visits to smaller charities and meeting with local charity officers.
  • To support charities to identify funding opportunities and develop funding proposals.
  • To develop local partnership working with other voluntary sector organisations, tiers of local government and local communities.
  • To promote the organisations work with welfare charities through a range of marketing activities.
  • To provide training for local charity trustees and officers, encouraging good governance and building good governance.

THE PERSON: You will have experience of community development and / or business development and be able to build positive relationships with a range of stakeholders including at a community level.

This role will require you to have experience of identifying and applying for funding on a national, regional, or local level, as well as understanding of business planning and budgets.

Ideally you will have proven experience of working in the charity sector with a good understanding of governance requirements and the challenges facing the sector.

You will need the ability to build confidence and a positive reputation with stakeholders internally and externally be self-motivated, have a logical decision making ability with excellent communication skills.

Knowledge and understanding of the issues facing former mineworkers and mining commiunities would be advantageous.

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CISWO - The Coal Mining Charity

CISWO is a national charity working across the UK. Since 1995, we’ve been working to improve lives and reduce disadvantage in coal mining... Read more

Refreshed on: 06 April 2021
Closing date: 16 May 2021
Tags: Advice, Information,Governance
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