The Anne Frank Trust UK believes everyone should live free from prejudice and discrimination, using the powerful life and diary of Anne Frank as a springboard, we educate young people about the damage prejudice and hateful attitudes cause today. We empower them to challenge harmful attitudes and beliefs such as homophobia, Islamophobia, racism and sexism.
In our last full year (pre Covid) we worked with more than 120,000 people in schools, alternative provision units and community venues across the UK. The impact of our work has been recognised by the Equality and Human Rights Commission. We are also identified as a flagship project in the Government's Hate Crime Action Plan.
The Grants Manager will be responsible for managing a significant portfolio of statutory and trust grants (approx 800K), as well as prospecting for new opportunities. You will also manage a grants assistant (to be recruited) and you will be joining a small friendly team of professional fundraisers, playing a vital part in helping us raise the funds to deliver our powerful anti-prejudice programmes to thousands of young people. We look forward to meeting you.
HOW TO APPLY
Please send a CV and covering letter to Lara Wilks Sloan outlining your suitability for the role as outlined in the person specification. We are looking for examples and evidence of your skills and previous experience, so please outline your suitability in full.
Interviews will be held via Zoom and applicants will be asked to take a written test in order for the panel to see examples of your writing.
CLOSING DATE: 9th August 2021, 9.00 am, interviews 11th August 2021. We reserve the right to extend the deadline if we do not receive enough suitable applications.