Leeds Hospitals Charity
Leeds Hospitals Charity is proud to support Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. The Trust comprises seven hospitals and a dental institute, including Leeds General Infirmary, St James’s University Hospital, Leeds Children’s Hospital and Leeds Cancer Centre. At Leeds Hospitals Charity, we work with NHS staff to improve the experience of patients and families. We are passionate about healthcare and about making our hospitals amazing.
Reporting to the Head of Grants, the Grants Relationship Manager will play a key role in building relationships with multiple hospital staff, supporting the flow of high-quality applications to the Charity. The role will provide excellent support to hospital staff in managing the entire life cycle of a grant from the ideas stage through to monitoring and evaluation of the impact of funding. With a knowledge of project/grant funding, you will identify opportunities that align with the Charity’s six funding priorities and impact areas which will maximise opportunities to positively impact the experiences of patients, their families and staff. The post holder will establish effective communication channels ensuring hospital staff have the opportunity to engage with the Charity as well as receive continuous support.
We are looking for someone who:
- Can identify opportunities for charitable funding that have the potential to transform experiences for patients, their families, and or staff and that are aligned with the charity’s impact areas.
- Will understand and champion the Charity’s funding application processes and policy ensuring high levels of awareness across the hospital and support for potential applicants.
- Can work closely with hospital staff to enable the development and production of high-quality applications, promoting new and innovative ideas to use charitable funding.
- Can collaborate with multiple staff across the hospital working in range of roles and specialities including reinvigorating existing relationships and establishing new links with named contacts/charity champions in each clinical service unit
- Will work closely with hospital staff to develop spending plans associated with existing funds including the development of new processes and systems to support this area of work.
- Have a proven track record (3 years +) of managing complex partnerships and hospital staff.
- Experience of producing high quality reports and information.
- Possess strong project and or grant management skills including impact evaluation.
- Be IT literate, including Microsoft Office.
- Have an ability to influence and persuade, demonstrating tenacity and commitment to fostering relationships and bringing people together.
- Be a self-starter with an ability to lead on activities seeing a project through from the ideas stage to completion.
To apply for this position, please send a copy of your up-to-date CV with a covering letter.
Closing date for application is Monday 28th June 2021.
Due to the high volume of applications we receive we are unable to provide feedback at the shortlisting stage. If you have no heard back from us within 4 weeks of the closing date, please consider your application unsuccessful.
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