London

£35893.00 - £38652.00 per annum + Flexible working

Permanent

J20175

About the organisation

Back in 1990, Charity People started life with a grant from The Prince's Youth Business Trust and The London Enterprise Agency. Our aims we... Read more

Job Description

Charity People are partnering Addaction who are one of the UK's leading charities working across mental health, drug, alcohol, prisons, primary care and young people's services. Last year the charity helped over 140,000 people across England and Scotland.
Addaction believe that everyone can change and they support them to do it.

Job Title: Trust and Foundations Manager
Organisation: Addaction
Salary: £35,893 + £2,759 (Inner London Weighting)
Location: London (Farringdon) or Glasgow
Benefits: Flexible working (One or two says from home), Four condensed days, 28 days' annual leave and more.
Closing Date: Friday 9th August 2019
Interviews: 19th and 20th August 2019

Note: we are open to candidates based in Scotland (Glasgow Office) and London (Farringdon Office)

What you'll be doing

We're looking for an experienced Trusts & Foundations Manager to join the friendly External Affairs team and help fund the vital work they do changing people's lives.
You'll be managing the relationships, applications and income from a range of organisations including Trusts, Foundations, Statutory funders and the National Lottery Community Fund (The Big Lottery).

As well as developing high quality, well-written funding applications and bids on time and within budget, you'll be working on the end to end funding process - from researching and identifying grant makers that can be matched to emerging local or national funding priorities, right the way through to ensuring projects are successfully handed over to the operations teams and delivered in accordance with funder requirements.

Crucially, you'll do more than source funding opportunities for the existing projects but will enjoy using your creativity to work directly with the operations teams and service users to turn initial concepts into new and innovative service models that will support the end beneficiaries.
As a result, you'll add real value through fresh thinking and will keep abreast of local and national policy and practice developments as well as funding trends in the sector to create exciting propositions for prospective funders.

You'll join the organisation at a busy and exciting time, with the opportunity to be involved in a broad range of projects.

If you have a genuine desire to make a positive difference to the lives of those affected by drug or alcohol misuse and mental health - then it would be wonderful to hear from you.

To apply and find out more please contact [email protected]