Leeds City Centre, West Yorkshire
£30,000 - £35,000 per year
Permanent, Full-time
Job description
 
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The Head of Impact has specific responsibility for ensuring that the Foundation understands and is responding to assets and needs in the communities we serve and, as such, contributes directly to the Foundation’s strategy. A key focus of the role is in ensuring that our grant-making retains the right balance between strategic and reactive and between relational and data-driven approaches, so we respond both flexibly and equitably to what communities need.

You will be responsible for overseeing the use of impact frameworks for our grant-making and for ensuring we have the tools we need to communicate our realised and potential impact. You will ensure that our impact work informs our agenda of becoming a more equitable grant-maker.

The successful candidate will be an experienced grant-maker and/or impact and evaluation lead, who is knowledgeable in impact measurement tools, a confident communicator and demonstrates strong people skills.

Please note that our office is in Leeds city centre but the majority of staff are currently working from home, in line with government guidance on Covid-19.  We do envisage a return to working in the office as those guidelines change.

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To submit an application for this role, please upload your C.V. and a cover letter (no more than 2 sides of A4) stating why you think you would be ideal for the position, based on the Job Description and Person Specification. We particularly encourage applications from people with disabilities and trans and non-binary people, who are currently under-represented within our staff team.

We would be grateful if you are able to fill in the Equality and Diversity monitoring form. This is optional, but will help greatly in building an accurate picture of applicants, which will inform future recruitment processes and help us consider how to reach communities/demographics we may not currently be attracting to our posts. The information contained in this form is for internal anonymised analysis only and will be separated from your application. No one involved in the shortlisting or interviewing process will see the form or the information it contains.

 

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Posted on: 18 February 2021
Closed date: 18 March 2021
Tags: Management

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