United Kingdom
£36,500 - £41,500 per year
Permanent, Part-time, 37.5 hours per week, Full-time
Job description
 
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Modern slavery is the fastest growing crime in the world.  There are an estimated 40 million people enslaved worldwide and, based on our own research using police data, more than 100,000 victims in the UK alone.

Justice & Care is an anti-slavery organisation working internationally to fight modern slavery and human trafficking, rescuing and caring for victims, dismantling criminal networks and bringing perpetrators to justice. It works to protect communities at risk from traffickers and spark systemic change by working with policy makers and other key partners. 

Our Vision: Every captive free. Every perpetrator brought to justice.

Our Mission: By bringing together specialists, we work to prevent slavery, to release and care for victims, to uncover and dismantle criminal networks and to spark systemic change.

Our Values: As an organisation we have a set of core values that underpin and inform all we do:

• We are collaborative

• We are courageous

• We are experts

• We are relentless 

 

Due to the growth of our programmatic work over the past few years, we have an opportunity for a brilliant Institutional Fundraising Manager to join our team. To be successful in this role you will be: 

● An outstanding communicator - able to explain and inspire both in person and on paper

● Focussed on detail - You have strong attention to the small things (as well as the big!), including being able to interpret and develop project budgets and theories of change 

● Knowledgeable - You will have a good understanding of charity governance and best practice and will provide Justice and Care with an in-depth understanding of the Institutional Funding landscape, key trends, opportunities, and challenges

 ● People orientated - You will have the ability to network and communicate at a senior level with potential funders 

● Willing to roll up your sleeves - There is lots to be done and you won’t be afraid of hard work, working to tight deadlines. A team player, committed to making things work and helping get everything in place to do so 

 

Main responsibilities

Your key responsibilities include, but are not necessarily limited to:

  • Research new potential funding opportunities at a £30k plus p.a. level - including in particular institutional funding opportunities (FCDO, USAID, UK statutory funding for Victim Navigators, etc.)

  • Plan and coordinate funding approaches alongside the Development Manager. This includes developing budgets, log frames and theory of change 

  • Prepare applications for institutional and larger trusts and foundations in collaboration with the Development Manager 

  • Lead on institutional donor grant agreement/contract negotiations and compliance with support from Development Manager

  • Developing and writing proposals for High Net Worth donors and/or corporates as required by the Development Team 

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Slavery is the fastest growing crime in the world.  There are thought to be 40 million people enslaved worldwide and, based on our own... Read more

Refreshed on: 07 November 2021
Closed date: 24 November 2021
Tags: Fundraising, Intl Development

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