Charity People are excited to be working with an exemplary International Children's Charity in searching for a Grants Fundraising Manager to join their passionate team and hit the ground running. The role is open to someone looking for 3 - 5 days a week.
Job Title: Grants Fundraising Manager
Organisation: International Children's Charity
Contract: 12 month (Maternity contract)
Working Hours: 3 - 5 days a week (Flexible working)
Salary: £30,000 - £32,000
Location: Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Closing Date: Friday 20th September 2019
Required: CV and Cover Letter
Around the world 220 million children are raised without the care they need. This Charity believes that all children deserve to have more than just the bare necessities for survival - they want them to thrive by ensuring they can grow up in a stable environment where they feel safe, loved and supported. This organisation improves the lives of children across 136 countries, working with communities to keep vulnerable families together. This Organisation is a global authority on alternative care working in partnership with the United Nations, advocating for the rights of all children and contributing towards the development of key child protection policies.
As Grant Fundraising Manager you will secure charitable income from grant making organisations and support applications to statutory and lottery funding, prioritising restricted funds and projects with the greatest need. This role is open to fundraisers looking for three to five days a week. You will be responsible for reporting on grants, including the evaluation and management of programme budgets, and assist with developing and scrutinising project plans to ensure they are accurate, deliverable and will achieve their objectives. As part of the role you will supporting the Head of Programme Funding to develop and implement a yearly activity plan to co-ordinate applications, reports and other activities to achieve year on year targets, and to implement strategy to grow income from grant making organisation.
The ideal applicant will have significant experience of working in working with grant making organisations and developing a sustainable grant income stream, as well as demonstrable experience in prospect research, grant application writing, management, evaluation and reporting. You will be a highly organised and autonomous professional. With excellent communications skills, the ability to work to tight deadlines and keep a cool head under pressure.
This role offers the opportunity for occasional international travel, flexible working, a generous holiday entitlement and a ticket travel loan, amongst other great benefits.
If you would like to apply or find out more, please contact Stuart at [email protected] today.